A deck of cards is spread in front of an audience member's eyes as you turn your head. They merely think of any card and you close the spread. You then spread the cards in front of their eyes again, this time apparently watching for clues as to where they look. At this point, you are able to divine the thought-of...
EFFECT: Using the "Ultimate" handling for this routine it would look like a borrowed deck of cards is shuffled numerous times by random spectators in the audience and then handed back to the performer who also shuffles and cuts the cards in several fancy and skilful looking manners prior to demonstrating that he can always deal himself the...
*A Modern, Commercial, Easy To Do Variation on The Classic Berglas Effect - Any Card At Any Number
Effect- The magician (Surprise, that's you!) takes a deck of playing cards from his pocket, and places them face up on the table explaining that there is a Holy Grail for magicians, where one spectator is asked to name a number...
by Wayne Dobson
Without you even touching the deck a spectator thinks of any card and removes it from the deck and hides it in their pocket. You then take another deck and claim that you are going to try and choose the same card that the spectator has hidden in their pocket. You remove one card and the spectator removes the...
The first real book on advanced card magic ever written in any language.
Conjuring Arts is very excited to finally release it's exclusive translation of a book that we believe was written by one of J. N. Hofzinser's students. Ein Spiel Karten is an extremely rare book published by "R. P." in Prague in 1853. It...
The book explains how to perform over 600 professional card tricks. An indispensable book for the professional oramateur magician. In addition there is a chapter that explains the most important sleights used in card magic.
This is one of the best books for the beginner of card magic. The sleights taught in thisbook will give you a good foundation for card magic.
If you do card magic then you know how embarassing a single mistake can be. This can be an error by the performer or by the participant. This book will teach you how to overcome errors and emerge victorious. This 80 page book was published in 1940 and should be a partof every card magician's arsenal.
This is one of the best books for the beginning card magician. Each chapter describes a different sleight followed by a collection of tricks using that skill. A total of 76 carefully chosen card tricks is explained. This book has been the starting point for many card workers.
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An Out Of This World variation, streamlined and ready for performing situations without a table.
The performer talks about intuition, chance and that little feeling we get when we know something is right, or wrong. A deck of cards is introduced and legitimately shuffled. Half the deck is put away...
A LEGION OF OUTS HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT
The legion device is something I've kept under wraps for some time, some of my closer friends have seen me work with this, but I didn't tend to perform it around magicians up until recently when I decided that it was time to unleash the beast... So to speak.
This book explains in detail the true, tried and tested card control methods (basic moves & gaffs) that professional magicians use in real performance situations --- "the real stuff, not the fluff".
While performing for the big money and a regular audience, professionals don't leave much to chance. The working conditions,...
From Wayne Rogers comes this amazing routine. A clipboard folder is brought out and a card is chosen. The performer shows one page on the clipboard with a picture of a thought bubble on it. Visually the thought of card rises up in the thought bubble on the picture. The magician then signs the piece of paper and hands it to the spectator...
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A New Collection of Card Magic
from Some of America's Finest Creators.
Featuring Mostly Unpublished Material and other Rarities.
80 Routines & Moves
WITH a Fantastic BONUS Section Featuring Routines, Thoughts & Moves from
PAST MASTERS: Gene Maze, Frank Thompson, Michael...
Twelve New Card Routines
All Using a Regular Deck.
And all at a GREAT Price!
A card attached to a ribbon with a sticker changes into the selection.
A bluff explanation of Three Card Monte ends in the revelation of a previously...
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This is an electronic facsimile of the first edition of this book that was published by Richard Kaufman in 1997. Now out of print, I am delighted to be able to offer this publication as a PDF, and I thank Richard Kaufman for suggesting and supporting this venture.
Pages: 163 - 8" x 8.5" - Hyperlinked. Fully Illustrated with color...