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Shadow ZonePeter Duffie
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Look into a deck without looking.
While your back is turned, spectator deals cards off a deck that they shuffled while you wait for them to reach a card that you 'sense' might be near their card. Then they are to deal a few cards from that spot onto the table side by side and they are to hover their hand over each one - your back still turned - while you tell them to slam their hand on a certain one. It is their card.
A few points to consider:
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Shank ShuffleBrick Tilley
The Shank Shuffle, a full deck false shuffle, was published in 1971 on Ed Marlo's behalf by Jon Racherbaumer. The Zarrow shuffle came out around the same time. New Yorkers backed this method and that overshadowed the Shank method, which may be superior, depending on your point of view. The Shank method is regarded as more convincing by some card handlers. Reading the description can be a bit daunting for the novice. Here is your chance to master the shuffle thanks to a lucid video presentation and a clear text and illustrations.
1st edition 2019, PDF + video (length 23s)...
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PDF & MP4
Shuber BladesChris Wasshuber
Shuber Blades are the new versatile and cool accessory for the modern card magician. They protect your cards like a card clip or card guard, but are not limited to a single deck of cards. Anything from a single card up to two decks can be protected equally well.
Shuber Blades are two sturdy stainless steel plates with size and shape equal to a Poker card. Put one plate at the bottom, the other at the top of your deck and secure everything with the custom rubber band. The plates will protect your cards and keep them flat and clean. You can protect anything from a single card, or small packet...
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Shuffle PalmPeter Duffie
You steal or palm one or more cards into the left hand during an overhand shuffle. (Also part of Move Mastery 3.)
runtime: 4min 17s
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Sierpinski's PeekTom Phoenix
1st edition 2017, length 18 min
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Simon Lovell's Strange and Unusual Hobbies ShowSimon Lovell
This is your chance to grab a front row seat for the whole Simon "Strange and Unusual Hobbies" show, filmed at the Soho Playhouse in New York City. This has never been available before, anywhere, in any format.
Part con-man, part conjurer and all entertainer, Simon Lovell's 'Strange and Unusual Hobbies' is a show and tell into the devious mind and methods of hustlers, hucksters and cheats. A "raving nutter," Simon's acts of deception are powerful and his execution flawless, as he takes audiences through his wild collection of tricks and cheats. A hilarious and awe-inspiring evening of pure...
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Simple CollectorsPeter Pellikaan
Simple Collectors is Peter's take on the original Collectors plot. Three cards are selected by three spectators, and after they have remembered their selections the cards are lost in the deck. The magician shows the four kings and also randomly distributes these throughout the deck. With a snap of the fingers the magic happens, and the magician spreads the cards out on the table. In between the 4 Kings; 3 Cards assembled themselves. The Three selected cards.
You will need a little bit of wax.
length 3min 59s
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Simply DevastatingMichael Paul
Simply Devastating is over thirty pages of hard hitting magic, complete with embedded video to make learning easier. Also included is a special bonus chapter on the Invisible Deck, and a jam session with the one and only Simon Lovell! Want more? We also include a teaser video shot at real life, paid gigs. This is magic that works. When you want to brutally destroy an audience... you'll want to use the tricks from Simply Devastating.
Here's a quick overview:
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Singapore Lecture Notes(Benny) Ben Harris
Ben Harris' first set of lecture notes from his first ever lecture in 1985— re-written, re-photographed...
These notes have been re-written and re-photographed. The material is bright, crisp and hard-hitting. Mostly cards, including a wonderful multi-phase OIL AND WATER routine that's a joy to perform. PYRAMID CARDS is an easy and visual stunt revelation that was originally created by Jay Sankey. Here are a couple of cool variations. COMING TOGETHER AGAIN is a real killer item based on a Sadowitz piece from Almanac (see demo video below).
The real highlight is the closer Ben used on both nights in Singapore....
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An incredible Card To Impossible Location system.
"A KILLER idea!" - Dave ForrestA card is selected. The spectator makes a random doodle on the card. The doodle is filled in to create a picture, say of a fish. The card then vanishes and reappears... wherever you want it to! Sky's...
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Sky VanishSultan Orazaly
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Slider LevitationMario Tarasini
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Slow Oil and WaterBiagio Fasano
This is a new "Oil and Water" routine in which the magic happens in a mysterious way because each movement of the magician is really very slow and clear.
All begins with 4 mixed pairs of cards, one red and one black, being shown and put on the table. Then the magician simply shows the first four cards on top, and all their suits become magically the same color.
Now the magician will alternate on the table, not only red and black suits but also face up and face down cards. When he squares the deck, just a few seconds later, again the cards mysteriously have separated themselves into red...
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Please note that the instructions are purely visual, no spoken words.
This is a very subtle method to find a freely chosen (not forced) card. It needs some prior preparation, but the deck (cards) are not altered in any way. After the effect there is nothing left to detect and the cards can be handed out or given away.
The method to locate the chosen card is not sleight-of-hand based. But to present it properly you will need some basic card handling skills such as shuffling, cutting, and spreading cards. Depending on how you choose to produce the chosen card you may need to be able to cull...
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Sm'ash is an effect where you reveal spectators selection by rubbing ash on their hand. Imagine doing voodoo ash trick on spectators hand. With this gimmick you are able to do that. It is easy to construct and use the gimmick. Once you learn the method you are able to develop your own variations. Consider:
1st edition 2017, length 11 min
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Small JacksPeter Pellikaan
Cards shrink the Peter Pellikaan way.
You will need:
length 3min 55s
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Smooth LinkRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
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Smoulder PaperJez Starr
In this ebook you will learn how to make your very own Smoulder Paper. Smoulder Paper, unlike Flash paper, smoulders away slowly and dramatically with no flames. Smoulder Paper is controllable and can leave parts of the paper untouched and unburned.
1st edition 2011; 20 pages.
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Impossibly produce a card the spectator is thinking of from a cased deck, bound with a rubber band!
Your spectator shuffles the deck and hands it back to you. You make no moves. They think of a card from inside the deck. You make no moves. They are then immediately handed the deck to shuffle again. You make no moves. The deck is fairly cased and then bound with a rubber band. Within THREE SECONDS you produce one card from inside the deck yet the deck itself is still cased and bound. The spectator removes the band. The spectator removes the deck and is asked to locate the card they were thinking...
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Soft Spot: Signed Corner in Glass BottleRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Make any signed corner melt through a glass bottle.
Imagine this. You show a complete empty glass bottle (real glass) and make a signed corner from the label of the bottle, playing card, banknote, business card etc. melt through the glass - only by a small wave of your fingertips. It's really inside the bottle! No magnets, no slits, no trapdoors and no duplicates.
1st edition 2016, length 20 min.
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Spectator Cuts to 4 SandwichJoseph B.
The spectator's cut to the four sandwiches is a succession of magical effects. The magician takes his two lucky cards from the deck: the two of hearts and the two of diamonds. The spectator examines the two cards. The magician shuffles the deck and asks the spectator to cut it into four piles. This is where the fun part begins. Each time the magician approaches the two lucky cards to one of the piles, a card will mysteriously appear between the two lucky cards. The first will be a King, the second as well, and so on until you have the four Kings. It is not finished. Immediately the magician...
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Speed HoleMario Tarasini
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