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Carl Cloutier
Cards to Slimfast by Carl Cloutier

Watch and learn the routine that won Carl the F.I.S.M. World Championship. Four signed cards completely vanish. Three of them reappear inside three different pockets. The fourth selection reappears in your sock! All four cards then vanish again, only to make their reappearance inside a sealed can of Slimfast, opened by the spectator.

The methods of how to get cards in your pockets, a card in your sock and how to load cards into a closed can holding some type of powder are easily applicable in many other situations.

The routine uses palming and sleeving, however Cloutier demonstrates how...

2009 / 7 / 19
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Alan Rorrison
Turn Left and Hoff by Alan Rorrison

This is Alan Rorrison's solution to the Hofzinser Ace Problem.

A spectator freely chooses any card and signs it. The card is put face down between the two Jokers and these three cards (Jokers and spectator selection) are tabled. Then the spectator or another spectator selects four random cards from the face down spread. Magically the four chosen cards are the four aces. The ace with the same color as the spectator's card vanishes and reappears between the Jokers. The signed spectator selection is now found among the three remaining aces.

Alan has engineered his method to not require any difficult...

2009 / 7 / 19
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R. Paul Wilson
Spellbound to Please by R. Paul Wilson

Scotland's top sleight-of-hand artist gives up one of his pet routines. It looks like real magic. A copper coin changes to a silver coin and back several times.

Surprisingly there are no really difficult moves. You will need a copper and a silver coin, but the spectators only see one at any given moment. And Paul's clever handling eliminates the thought in the spectators mind that there could be two coins.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 4min 46s

2009 / 7 / 14
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Paul Green
Tradeshow Transposition by Paul Green

A working pro teaches you his most sought-after tradeshow stopper. Two spectators choose a card, they are lost in the deck. The performer places two cards into each spectator's hand. He thinks they are the correct selections but they are not. Magically they transform in the correct selections.

Mark explains how it is done but does not show the details of the moves he uses. You will need to be able to control a card to the top and be able to perform a double lift. That is all you need.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 4min 23s

2009 / 7 / 14
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Mark Strivings
Psychic Influence by Mark Strivings

Predict a matched pair from a spectator shuffled deck. The deck can be freely shuffled and cut as often as the spectator wishes.

The methodology is somewhat involved because you need a billet index, a gimmicked envelope, and a marked deck. You could do without the gimmicked envelope but the rest you will need. Nevertheless, the effect is strong.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 17min 40s

2009 / 7 / 14
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Lee Earle
Life Force Triangle by Lee Earle

This is a mathematical based effect you do on the back of your business card that the spectator gets to keep and take home with them. Very easy to perform.

The effect was created by Raj Madhok and was originally published in Syzygy.

A spectator chooses three numbers, one related to the future, one related to the past and the third one related to the present. These are added up and match your prediction.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 8min 28s

2009 / 7 / 14
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Gregory Wilson
Body Piercing by Gregory Wilson

This is a strong one coin routine requiring a shell. The coin repeatedly penetrates your hand.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 6min 52s

2009 / 7 / 14
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Frank Balcerak
Color Changing Pen by Frank Balcerak

A very visual effect that is very easy to perform. You take out a red Sharpie and change it to a black Sharpie with a simple flick of your hand. This is so easy to do and a great off beat effect whenever you need a card signed.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 3min 40s

2009 / 7 / 14
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Chad Long
Ninja Coin & Ninja Key by Chad Long

Two extremely magical effects that make it appear you have the dexterity of a Ninja Magic Master. Flip a coin high in the air and appear to catch it deftly between your thumb and forefinger. Or toss your keys in the air and catch the right key at your fingertips every time. It looks absolutely impossible, but it is easy to do.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 6min 39s

2009 / 7 / 14
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Aldo Colombini
No-Palm Repeat Card To Pocket by Aldo Colombini

Aldo Colombini applies smart routining to turn a difficult effect typically requiring palming into an easy routine without any palming. The spectators signed card travels to the pocket twice without palming. There are no duplicate cards or any other gimmicks. The card you produce twice from your pocket is the spectator chosen and signed card.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 7min 52s

2009 / 7 / 14
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Tommy Wonder
The Card in the Box by Tommy Wonder

Be prepared to receive a good dose of Tommy Wonder's clever magical thinking. Critically hailed as the best "Card in Box" ever created. Tommy shares all of the intricate details of this powerful routine, including the incredible "Two Second Card Fold", where you fold the the card three times into 1/8 of its original size. This is how magic is meant to look.

Tommy Wonder thinks about every minute detail. For example

  • What is the perfect size of the box?
  • How should the hinge operate?
  • What to do when a spectator stares at your hands while you want to perform a move?
  • And many more insights...
2009 / 7 / 5
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Derek Dingle
Silver Quick by Derek Dingle

This is a classic Dingle - strong magic but not easy. Four coins travel magically from the performer's hand to the spectator's hand. Brilliant routining from a master.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 5min 47s

2009 / 7 / 5
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Eric DeCamps
Shadow Coins by Eric DeCamps

A beautiful compact routine wherein three coins vanish and then magically reappear, one coin at a time. An instant classic.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 8min 2s

2009 / 7 / 5
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Guy Hollingworth
Waving the Aces by Guy Hollingworth

After "Reformation", this is Guy Hollingworth's most brilliant creation. The aces visibly turn face up while at the fingertips. If you think Twisting the Aces is a strong effect, then Waving the Aces will blow your mind. And it is not at all difficult to perform for an intermediate level card magician.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 18min 39s

2009 / 7 / 5
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Docc Hilford
Personal Touch by Docc Hilford

Learn how Docc Hilford flies first class when he only has coach tickets. A crash course in palm reading spiced up with magic.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 9min 48s

2009 / 7 / 5
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Kenton Knepper
EZ Torn & Restored Card by Kenton Knepper

Using only one card, this is probably the easiest and most deceptive Torn & Restored Card ever created. The ingenious creator of this is Ben Harris and he calls it Hoodwink. One could call this self-working, because all you do is fold, tear and open an ungimmicked card. It can't get any simpler and the effect is amazing.

Kenton adds his clever suggestive words that let the spectator dig his own hole of astonishment.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 6min 48s

2009 / 7 / 5
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Gregory Wilson
Florida Keys by Gregory Wilson

Two borrowed keys link and unlink from a key ring.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 5 min 47 s

2009 / 7 / 5
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Allan Ackerman
Cannibal Kings by Allan Ackerman

The four kings are shown and pronounced to be cannibals. A random card is pushed between the four kings and vanishes. The kings have eaten the card. This happens a few more times until the kings ate too much and change to the four Eights.

runtime: 9min 22s

2009 / 6 / 16
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Allan Ackerman
Dunbury Delusion by Allan Ackerman

A card is selected and returned to the deck. The performer cuts to a random position to show an indicator card. The value of the indicator card is used to count to another card which the performer thinks is the chosen card. However, the indicator card was already the spectator chosen card. So it appears as the performer messed up. Nevertheless, everything straightens out magically and the card counted to is the spectator card and the card counted off are the aces.

runtime: 3min 31s

2009 / 6 / 16
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Allan Ackerman
Easy Off Pips by Allan Ackerman

Deck is shuffled and spectator cuts to a card. Performer removes one pip at a time from the card until it is entirely blank and as a final climax the card vanishes completely.

runtime: 3min 11s

2009 / 6 / 16
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Allan Ackerman
Devilish Miracle by Allan Ackerman

Two cards are peeked at. Performer selects a few cards from the pack an shows them. One spectator notes that his card is among the ones shown. When the cards are shown again, the spectator card is missing and reappears in the other portion of the deck whereas the other spectator's card has magically appeared face down in the first packet.

This is a plot by Carmen D'Amico and Ed Marlo.

runtime: 6min 27s

2009 / 6 / 16
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Allan Ackerman
Variant's Variant by Allan Ackerman

This routine was first published in Allan's book Here is my Card. The four kings are shown. A deuce is placed under the top king of the four king packet. Magically the deuce rises to the top. Then the deuce is placed third from the top but it still manages to rise to the top. Then it is placed fourth and finally fifth but it always rises to the top. In the end the deuce changes to a king and the four kings change to the four deuces.

runtime: 4min 53s

2009 / 6 / 16
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Allan Ackerman
Ace Assembly Variation by Allan Ackerman

You deal four hands of cards. The first card for each hand is an ace followed by four indifferent cards. However, magically all the aces assembly in the performers packet.

You will need to be familiar with the Veeser Concept to perform this effect.

runtime: 4min 1s

2009 / 6 / 16
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Allan Ackerman
Spectator Cuts the Aces by Allan Ackerman

A deck rests on the table. The spectator is asked to cut it into four roughly equal packets. The top card on each packet turns out to be an ace.

You will need to be familiar with the Veeser Concept to perform this effect.

runtime: 2min 3s

2009 / 6 / 16
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Allan Ackerman
Ten Card Trick by Allan Ackerman

This is Allan's variation of the famous Eleven Card Trick. That reads like a joke, but it ain't. The spectator counts ten cards and hands them to the performer who double checks counting them aloud. However often he counts, adds and removes cards, they never really are ten cards. (Requires knowledge of Carly's False Count.)

runtime: 6min 40s

2009 / 6 / 15
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