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Allan Ackerman

Double Dupe Poker Deal by Allan Ackerman

This is an extension of the Martin Gardner poker deal from Royal Road to Card Magic including ideas from Simon Aronson and John Bannon.

This effect starts out with a quick transformation. Two spectators select four cards in total. These four cards visually and instantly change to the four kings. Then Allan demonstrates how a cheat would stack a deck to achieve an advantage. The final climax is a Royal Flush dealt to himself and three kings to one of the spectators.

runtime: 15min 36s

2009 / 12 / 9
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Rafael Benatar

The Slippery Double Drop by Rafael Benatar

This is a move for tabling a double. Rafael carefully describes the principles and details involved in this deception. Everything looks fair. Nobody would suspect that you tabled two cards.

runtime: 4min 59s

2009 / 12 / 9
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Rafael Benatar

Application of Marlo's Spread Change by Rafael Benatar

This is Rafael's combination of Marlo's Spread Change with the Slippery Drop. It is a very visual and surprising reveal of a card that was controlled to the top.

runtime: 2min 13s

2009 / 12 / 9
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Mark Strivings

The Dakota Miracle by Mark Strivings

A spectator is asked to take out a $1 Bill. The performer divines the city the bill was printed in and the serial number.

runtime: 15min 31s

2009 / 12 / 9
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Juan Tamariz

Routine in Major D by Juan Tamariz

This is classic Juan Tamariz, a longer routine with four effects. It uses the Tamariz memorized deck. In the explanation part Juan gives you the exact sequence of his memorized deck. Important to know is that there are no difficult moves. Most of the heavy lifting is done by the stack itself and some false shuffles and false cuts.

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Juan shows a full deck of cards and mixes face-up and face-down cards by shuffling, cutting and turning over packs. Then all the cards are assembled into a pile, the performer riffles the corners and the spectator peeks at a card. Without looking at the...

2009 / 12 / 8
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Darwin Ortiz

New Tens Routine by Darwin Ortiz

This is a nice routine where several times the black tens change into the red tens and then the red tens change into the black tens and it keeps changing like this several times. Performed in an off-beat manner this is a really strong effect.

runtime: 9min 49s

2009 / 12 / 8
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Paul Harris

Lysdexia by Paul Harris

The effect is unusual, typical Paul Harris - a word on a page in a book moves.

runtime: 4min 53s

2009 / 12 / 3
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Paul Harris

Window of Opportunity by Paul Harris

A signed business card vanishes and reappears inside a sealed junk mail envelope.

Everybody receives junk mail and you probably have some lying around the house right now. Wouldn't it be great to do some magic with it and put it to good use? This video will teach you how.

This trick is very easy to do and very clever in its method.

runtime: 9min 5s

2009 / 12 / 3
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Larry Jennings

Royal Twist by Larry Jennings

This is a take on the Twisting Aces plot with a kicker climax where the four of a kind change into a Royal Flush.

The four tens are taken out of the pack and displayed one by one. Repeatedly twisting the pack turns one of the tens face up. At the very end the cards change into a Royalt Flush.

Intermediate difficulty. runtime: 7min 30s

2009 / 12 / 3
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Larry Becker

T. C. Spectre by Larry Becker

The spectator removes one card from a full face-up deck and places it into an envelope. This happens while the mentalist turns his back so that he can't see which card the spectator chooses. The remaining deck is gathered and turned face-down by the spectator. The envelope is closed and shown from both sides to demonstrate that nothing can be seen through the envelope. Then the envelope is placed by the spectator inside another envelope.

The mentalist then reads the spectators mind to reveal the card that is inside the envelope. Larry has come up with a nice presentation. He doesn't simply...

2009 / 11 / 24
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John Cornelius

Oh, Calcutta Shuffle by John Cornelius

This is a full deck false shuffle that is based on the Hindu Shuffle. Very easy to do and very deceptive looking.

runtime: 2min 41s

2009 / 11 / 24
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Gary Kurtz

Remember & Forget by Gary Kurtz

This is an effect Hofzinser created. You can read three versions of the original in Hofzinser's Card Conjuring. Three spectators choose two cards each and are asked to remember them both. Then they are asked to forget one of their cards. All six cards are returned and lost in the deck. Then spectator by spectator the performer finds the card the spectator remembered, shows it and places it face down on the table. As a climax those three remembered cards turn into the cards the spectators tried to forget.

runtime: 11min

2009 / 11 / 24
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Gary Kurtz

Longitudinal Fingertip Steal by Gary Kurtz

This is a wonderfully deceptive way to steal a card from the deck into a longitudinal palm - a Tenkai palm but with the card rotated by 90 degree - and then reproduce it super clean from the pants pocket or inside jacket pocket.

runtime: 1min 54s

2009 / 11 / 24
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Daryl Easton

Ring, Rope and Wand by Daryl Easton

This is a wonderfully visual and very simple routine. No gimmicks required. One simple move does the trick.

All you need is a wand, stick or pencil, a piece of rope and a borrowed finger ring. You ask two spectators to assist you. Rope, ring and wand are examined. Then the ring is fairly and openly put on the center of the rope. The magician covers the ring with his hand, each spectator holds with one hand an end of the rope and with the other hand an end of the wand. The ring magically jumps from the rope onto the wand. Voila!

Simple to perform and suitable for the beginner.

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2009 / 11 / 12
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Darwin Ortiz

Jacks or Better (Ortiz) by Darwin Ortiz

A commercial gambling routine.

Darwin starts with a little false dealing demonstration dealing seconds and then thirds, fourths or fifths. He continues to show how a cheat could use such dealing techniques. He attempts to deal the four Jacks to himself starting with the Jacks as the top four cards. However, he ends up dealing the four Jacks to his opponent and - as a climax - reveals that he has dealt himself the four aces.

Darwin teaches an easy faux 3rd-, 4th-, 5th- deal. You will need to be able to deal seconds. You will also need to be able to cull cards and do a Braue addition.

runtime: 7min 9s...

2009 / 11 / 12
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Allan Ackerman

Reassembled Finale by Allan Ackerman

Four hands are dealt starting with an Ace for each hand. Another three cards are dealt on top of each ace. One at a time the Aces travel to the magicians hand - your standard Ace assembly. However, in a flash the aces jump back and on top of each pack is an Ace.

There are no difficult moves in this routine, but it is a longer routine with several steps to remember.

runtime: 8min 18s

2009 / 10 / 28
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Michael Maxwell

The Lazy Man's Interlocking Setup II by Michael Maxwell

One spectator receives a prediction for safe keeping. Another spectator receives a portion of the deck, shuffles it thoroughly, deals cards one at a time on the table, and stops whenever he likes. He may stop at the first card, the last card, or anywhere in between. The value of the randomly chosen card is used to count to a card in the remaining portion of the deck. And that card matches the prediction.

runtime: 4min 34s

2009 / 10 / 28
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Michael Maxwell

A New Game by Michael Maxwell

This trick was developed by Allan and Debbie Ackerman. Debbie is Allan's daughter.

A spectator chooses a card and the value of the card decides how many hands are dealt in this game. Let's say the spectator chooses the 3 of Hearts. A random number of cards is taken from the deck and then dealt into 3 hands. Then the performer announces that the spectator should pick one pile. If that pile does not have a 3 on its top the spectator wins, otherwise the magician wins. Of course, the odds are vastly in favor of the spectator. Nevertheless, the top cards on all three piles turn out to be 3s and as...

2009 / 10 / 28
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Alan Rorrison

The Mint by Alan Rorrison

This is a really clever visual effect. I love it.

Present a 'mint sheet' (a piece of aluminum foil). Borrow a coin and press the coin into the mint sheet. The impression looks just like the coin. But of course it is just an impression not a real coin - or is it? Hand the coin with which you created the impression back to the spectator. You only have the aluminum foil with the coin impression. With your thumb you squeeze and pull the impression of the mint sheet and create a new coin. The impression has transformed into a real coin. You do the same with the other side of the coin to 'mint'...

2009 / 10 / 14
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Alan Rorrison

Stretch by Alan Rorrison

A lovely card stretching routine - very simple to do, because a little something does most of the work for you.

Have a card selected (totally free choice) and draw a happy stick figure on the back of the card. The spectator can even sign the back, too. Then you place the card back on the top of the back and add another card on top of it - the stretch box. You now stretch the card with the signature clearly showing. At the end, simply square up table the top card, the stretch box, and hand out the selected with the stick figure as a souvenir.

This is very simple, no difficult sleights,...

2009 / 10 / 14
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Alan Rorrison

Metal Morphasis by Alan Rorrison

Have a spectator take out a coin and have him sign it. Show an empty card case and drop the signed coin into it. The card case is closed and put on the spectators stretched out hand. Then you bring out a bottle cap or take one that is lying around and have it signed as well. The bottle cap is lying on the table. You take the card case held on the tips of your fingers - to make clear that no sleight of hand is possible - and tap the bottle cap. The bottle cap instantaneously transforms into the signed coin.

The transformation is incredibly visual and happens right in front of the spectators...

2009 / 10 / 14
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Alan Rorrison

In Flight by Alan Rorrison

This is a neat card and coin to pocket effect.

Have a spectator grab a coin and sign it on both sides. You vanish it, or as Alan likes to say 'make it invisible'. Have a spectator select a card, and also the card vanishes while rubbing it on the leg.

Both card and coin magically traveled to your pocket. However, the unbelievable miracle is that the signed coin is actually inside the spectator selected card. The card has to be peeled open like an in-flight envelope to get to the coin.

Alan teaches every detail. A unique and unforgettable miracle.

runtime: 19min 34s

2009 / 10 / 14
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Alan Rorrison

Broken Home by Alan Rorrison

Borrow a set of keys. Break off the tip of a key clearly showing the broken key still on the key ring. Then mend the key and return all keys in perfect condition back to the spectator.

This is a very visual quick effect to impress your audience and set the right mood for more miracles to come.

runtime: 6min 35s

2009 / 10 / 14
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Alan Rorrison

Black Mark by Alan Rorrison

A black mark drawn on the back of an incorrect card transforms it into the correct card which was selected earlier by the spectator.

For example, the spectator selects the 3 of Hearts. The magician finds a card but it is the 3 of Diamonds. He draws a black mark on the back of the card. The mark penetrates the card and shows up on the front with the correct suit: Hearts.

runtime: 13min 12s

2009 / 10 / 14
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Larry Jennings

The Lie Detector by Larry Jennings

An entertaining an fairly easy to perform effect.

Spectator picks a card, remembers it, and returns it. Performer claims that a pack of cards is like a computer and that he can program it to function like a lie detector. After the performer takes out some cards and reinserts them into the pack, the entire deck is handed to the spectator who answer and spells his answers by tabling cards. Was the card a face or point card? Was the card red or black? What suit was it? The bottom card of the tabled packet always shows the correct answer and therefore it is clear if the spectator told the truth...

2009 / 10 / 8
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