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October: Haunted DeceptionsDee Christopher
Dee Christopher is known for his haunted magic and mentalism; in this ebook he reveals his tricks of the trade...
This is the ultimate Halloween publication to put you above the competition and ensure your act is suitably chilling and mystical. Featuring classic and hard to find Dee Christopher routines, alongside many new presentations and work on haunted effects.
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Spell Binder Volume 1 (for resale)Stephen Tucker
A fabulous DVD featuring four of the best tricks from Spell-Binder magazine. Martin Breese asked Stephen Tucker the creator of the magazine to choose four of the best tricks that he created for the magazine and he has selected four wonderful effects. Each is performed and then clearly explained move by move.
Watch the performances of all four routines below.
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Wrinkles on the Table (for resale)Steve Shufton
These effects on this double-DVD are for serious finger-flingers. Intimate detailed instruction is unsurpassed. Every effect on this DVD features some original moves and thinking, addressing classic effects:
Cups and Balls - what would happen if they took on a life of their own? Steve's cup routine includes some new presentational ideas and strategies as well as some new wrinkles he is sure you will use. If you are a cup freak, this is for you!
Cards and Coins - a magician fooler. This routine accomplishes the same effect - with a backfire, using all new moves. Steve wanted to design the...
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Contact Colors (Italian)Aldo Colombini
Una routine dal triplice effetto con un finale "killer"! Il mazzo viene realmente mescolato e tagliato. Si posiziona una carta a faccia in su nel mezzo. Uno spettatore sceglie liberamente una carta. Si mescola di nuovo di nuovo il mazzo e poi si taglia in due. Si prendono ora contemporaneamente carte dalle 2 pile. PRIMO EFFETTO: la carta dello spettatore appare allo stesso tempo in cui giri la tua. SECONDO EFFETTO: Quindi si gira la prima carta di ogni mazzetto per produrre i quattro assi e, TERZO EFFETTO: infine, si termina la routine con una separazione dei colori devastante. Si utilizza...
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Convergence: coin assemblyRoberto Giobbi
Live from the European Close-up Magic Symposium 2012. This routine is taken from Giobbi's professional repertoire. It is his revised and expanded interpretation of a coin assembly created by the famous Japanese magician Shigeo Takagi (from the book Amazing Miracles of Shigeo Takagi, published by Richard Kaufman). Here Roberto has devised a presentation that makes everything more magical. A true act of magic. This is artistic Close-up Magic at its finest.
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Publicity for PerformersJesse Lewis
Let's get you some press!
Give me a few hours and I'll show you how to get publicity as a performer. If you have ever wanted to get on the news or in the media but were daunted by how to do it this course is for you.
Imagine being on the air performing or getting your picture in your local paper. It is all right here in publicity for performers.
My name is Jesse Lewis and I can teach you to get press in newspaper, TV and radio in just a few hours. Quite frankly, getting media attention is the cheapest and most effective way to market your business. But that is where most entertainers...
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The Dancing BallPeki
This is a wonderful "Dancing Ball" routine. You can have the ball dance on the heads of spectators, inside a glass, etc. The possibilities are many.
You will need a special gimmick for it. The video explains what you need and how you need to prepare it. If you do not have the necessary supplies and do not want to find them yourself, Peki does also sell a kit with all the supplies for an additional $30. At the end of the video you will be informed where you can purchase the kit.
1st edition 2016, length 7 minutes
★★★★★ $30to wish list
Flip and TellAlexander George
An impromptu piece of close-up mentalism that uses no gimmicks in which you demonstrate clairvoyance (or mind-reading), then your participant does - and then you finally show that you had predicted everything!
The effect: You and your participant each have a collection of coins before you on a table. You and she take turns secretly flipping over your own coins until she is completely satisfied that neither of you could possibly know the heads-tails orientation of the other’s coins. You now cover a coin of yours and she covers one of hers. Yet you are able to tell the orientation of her...
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The EmulatorsMark E. Beck
The spectator selects a card from the performer’s deck and does not reveal it to the performer until requested to do so. The performer then shows a packet of four Jokers to the spectator, displaying the faces and backs of all four cards. He then asks the spectator to wave his selected card over the Jokers he is holding in his hand. When the performer turns the packet face up and displays the cards, they are no longer Jokers! Instead, all four cards are now identical to the spectator’s selected card!
But that’s not all! When the performer squares the four cards back together,...
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Effect: Using a full deck of playing cards, a spectator cuts to one card that the magician asks him to remember. He selects a second card by secretly spelling the name of his thought-of card, dealing one card for each letter, and pockets it. In the first climax, the magician is able to divine the card that the spectator is thinking of. In the second climax, the pocketed card and a prediction (tabled from the beginning) are revealed: They are identical!
No gaff. No sleight. Basically self-working. This routine uses a regular deck and an ordinary odd-backed card only. Everything can be examined. ...
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Gozinta Boxes RevisitedLubor Fiedler & Chris Wasshuber
Lubor Fiedler's Gozinta Boxes is my all time favorite illusion. It has been so ever since I first saw it performed decades ago. I love the simplicity, clarity, and impossibility of the effect. Two boxes. One clearly larger than the other, because one fits into the other. But wait - now the larger one is smaller and the smaller one is larger. Every child can understand the impossibility of this. It transcends any language or cultural barrier. Since no explanation is necessary the magic first happens on a very deep visceral level. But then when the mind kicks in and tries to find an explanation...
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The Coin Board BookDan Terelmes
Learn some classic moves followed by new moves, routines, and ideas for routines for the Miracle Coin Panel Board. This ebook will inspire you to create your own moves and own routines. (Coin Panel Board is not included with this purchase.)
You've probably seen one. Perhaps you've even owned one. Then you gave it a try, gave up, and put it in your drawer of unused magic stuff.
Well, it's time to break out your coin panel board. EVILDAN has taken the board and breathed new life into it. You will learn about different types of boards currently available, which ones work better than others,...
★★★★★ $15to wish list
Jumbo Backstage MonteDevin Knight
These are just the instruction sheets that came with the trick for those who may have lost the instructions or curious how the trick is done. These instructions DO NOT TELL YOU HOW TO MAKE UP THE TRICK, just the secret behind the trick.
The magician offers to teach the audience a simple card trick. To make it easy to see, he uses a fan of 3 jumbo playing cards. Two of the cards are red sevens while the middle card is a black seven. The backs of the cards are shown and it is seen that the middle card (the black seven) has a sticker on the back. The magician says this makes it easy to keep...
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Watch Winder: noise makerChris Wasshuber
This little tool produces a clicking or ratcheting noise and is typically used for comedy bits to wind up a watch or crack somebodies arm or neck and other bits.
The starting design came from Randi Middleton who gave me permission to use it anyway I like. I have made several changes to the design, rounded some corners and edges so that it feels better in the hand. Since I am using a stronger material I also could thin up the walls to make it slimmer and I optimized the tongue shape to maximize the noise. I also improved 3D printability. The biggest change is in my use of materials. The housing...
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Frozen Lock ImprovedTommy Wonder & Chris Wasshuber
In the second volume of The Books of Wonder Tommy Wonder describes what he calls a Frozen Lock. This is a utility device for the Jack Miller holdout, but it can also be used for other holdouts and pulls. It allows one to keep the holdout higher up in the sleeve until you want to lower it. Exactly how this works and how it should be used is something you will need to read in Tommy's book. This item comes with no instructions. I am assuming customers know how it is being used.
Tommy Wonder produced his lock from brass. However, brass is not necessarily the best material for this type of device, because...
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Pocket Riser 2.0: Borrowed and SignedRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
No slits! No thread! Take a borrowed Pad!
Borrow a paper pad (Post-it) and let the spectator sign the front page. After you draw the wrong card you add a few lines to make a box. Then the chosen card rises out of the drawn box. After that you rip of the signed paper and fold it (if you wish) and heat up with a lighter (you don't have to do this). When the spectator opens the paper, the card is gone. He could check the pad and keep all items as a souvenir! No threads, no slits! (like the first Version). If you follow the routine you end up clean. You can build the gimmick in a few minutes....
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Complete Guide to Impossible FoldingsRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
In this video you will learn folding techniques on how to make your own impossible folded cards and banknotes.
[Note: This compilation overlaps with Ralf Rudolph's earlier series of impossible foldings (1-6). There are some new things here and not everything from the six volumes is taught here, but there is a good amount of overlap.]
You will learn:
1st edition 2016, length 1 hour 24 min.
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Shades' Bottom DealShades
"The DVD does a very good job of explaining the Bottom Deal and Shade executes the deals very well. The advice he offers is solid. I would say that anyone who wants to learn a good practical Bottom Deal - or anyone who wishes to explore it further - would benefit greatly from this DVD." - Peter DuffieAny serious exponent of the pasteboards would consider this the ultimate move in card artistry achievement. The bottom deal is one of the most difficult sleights to master and opens a world of possibilities to advanced practitioners of card mechanics.
This download DVD provides an in-depth thesis on...
★★★★★ $15to wish list
"The most visual balloon trick I've ever seen" - Dan HaussYou borrow a coin from a spectator. You ask the spectator to sign the coin, on both sides, to verify that it is their signed coin that you are using. You show the spectator a balloon and ask them to place their signed coin inside the balloon. You then inflate and tie off the balloon. For effect, you can shake the balloon to verify that the signed coin is still inside. You then proceed to do the impossible; you start to pull...
$20to wish list
This is a fun, interesting effect, in which a free selection multiplies itself, leaving you with 3 of the same selection. It ends with a 3 card change, followed by a surprising transposition!
This is entirely clean, requires no forces, and is sure to astonish and amaze your audience.
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Collision Volume 1Ravi Mayar
Ravi has a real knack for making use of normal, everyday objects as part of his repetoire. His tricks are highly visual, easy to do and they get great reactions in the real world. It won't take you an age to competently perform Ravi's effects - invest a short time to practice and then you can deliver accomplished results without any complicated sleight of hand or unnecessary, complex routining. In short, you'll be amazing people before you know it!
'Real Counterfeit Money' is a terrific money change effect and 'Corner Light' is a spectacularly devious little number - leaving part of a spectator's...
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Collision Volume 2Ravi Mayar
A ten phase, powerhouse visual routine, done with just one ring. Each phase is modular leaving you the opportunity to do each phase, one phase or mix them up.
Remove a piece of gum stuck to the bottom of your shoe. Simply change it into the inner wrap of the gum package; change it again into a full, store bought pack of gum. Take out a piece of gum, eat it or give the piece to your spectator.
S.C.T.B (Signed Coin Thru Bill)
Borrow a bill, borrow a coin. Have the spectator sign the coin. Fold the bill in half and place the coin inside the bill. Crimp the coin inside...
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The combination padlock has had a fair workout in magic and mentalism, but never quite like this!
"It fooled me.......I have to tell you I was fooled and some of the effects, like the chair effect, I think are great..." - David Regal - Reel Magic Magazine review
PsyLock uses a 10 digit combination padlock which utilizes a set of unusual and clever principles and ruses to unlock a diverse range of routines.
The performer never touches the lock before, during or after the routine in any of the routines. That's right - the performer NEVER has to touch the lock at all!
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This is one of David's favorite effects. Not only does it fry laymen, but it also fools magicians as well. It can be performed at any point during your act. It does not have to be an opener or a closer, but it could be used as either. It is a very powerful effect because it seems very hands-off and is extremely visual. It is also easy to do!
Effect: Two red backed jokers are freely shown, and are set aside. A spectator selects a card from a blue backed deck, and signs it (the selection must be signed, or the effect is greatly diminished). In this example let's say that the card is the three...
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