Don't tell anybody but sometimes magicians use marked cards. Apart from pick a card and tell the spectator the name of that card what else can you do with them? Here are five routines to use with any type of marked deck.
What a Coincidence: A routine where unseen cards are put on the table, you go first, the spectator follows and each of the cards coincidentally match.
Centre Stage: The cards are mixed, the spectator cuts, without touching the cards you can instantly announce the name of the 26th card, or centre card of the deck. Simple.
Pair Enough: 'Mysterious Pairs' from Hoffmann's More Magic is put on steroids, when you attempt to discover the identity of three spectators cards with a kicker ending of the last pair of cards fusing together.
Oscillations: Using a pendulum you are able to divine the spectators chosen card.
Two for One: Instantly, well almost instantly, you can tell a spectator how many cards are in the pile he/she has just cut off the deck. The spectator can then take any card from that pile which you can instantly, well almost instantly, identify.
1st edition 2020, PDF 26 pages.
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