• Virtual Out Of This World by Adrian Lacroix

    After Adrian Lacroix recently released “Virtual Triumph”, it went straight into the repertoires of some of the best working magicians in the world (Luis De Matos even performed it on national TV.).

    Now Adrian brings a revolutionary way to perform a totally hands-off version of one of the best card tricks ever published: Paul Curry’s “Out Of This World”.

    The spectator grabs a deck of cards, they shuffle it and then use their intuition to separate reds cards from black cards placing them all face down. At the end they find out every decision they made was correct! All this happens miles away in their own hands at their homes!

    The perfect addition to your live AND virtual performances!

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  • Andrew Mayne – Photosynthesis

    A spectator signs a card. They’re given an undeveloped photograph to hold. The card is lost back in the deck. Before their astonished eyes they watch as the photograph develops into an image of a hand holding their signed card.

    Photosynthesis is a powerful way to reveal a word, an image or a signed card.

    No special Polaroid camera required!
    No refills needed!

    Comes complete with the Photosynthesis gimmick and a 24 minute instructional DVD including several routines.

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  • Aldo Colombini – Packet Trick Picks

    An incredible collection of packet tricks!

    PREDICTION GONE WILD (Cameron Francis): A great trick. A card is selected. You show four blank cards with different names of cards on them. All of a sudden all the cards have the name of the selection. At the end the selection vanishes from the deck and appears in the packet.

    BOXING ACES (Aldo Colombini): An Ace-assembly that will have their jaws dropping. Four Aces vanish from packets of cards and reappear inside the card case.

    GHOST FLIGHT (Peter Duffie): Eight double blank cards and four Queens are used. The Queens trapped between two blank cards vanish and reappear under a ‘cover.’ Great handling, an incredible effect.

    OILS WELL THAT ENDS WELL (Stephen Tucker): A version of the classic “Oil and Queens” where at the end the four Queens vanish and leave four blank-faced cards.

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  • Alex Ward – Elegy Shift

    Elegy Shift by Alex Ward

    Super sneaky Alex Ward (you may remember him from such films as a Sealed, has finally tipped his top secret work on the underground ELEGY SHIFT (after much poking with sticks).
    Imagine a move that enables a signed selection to visibly rise through the rest of the deck, even though it is out-jogged and in PLAIN VIEW! Now imagine that the rest of the deck stays in exactly the same order. Now imagine that the move is NOT DIFFICULT! We repeat, NOT DIFFICULT!
    Can you imagine a move versatile enough to do this, as well as control a card secretly? Or even a big bunch of cards? How about a visual sandwich effect where the spectators can actually and literally SEE the two sandwich cards narrowing down their choices until they catch the selection?
    The full work on this devastating new move is fully explained in super detail on this brand spanking new DVD. (That’s right I said spanking *giggle*.)

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  • Carny Cartomancy by Lewis LeVal

    Become an INSTANT EXPERT at reading playing cards with the Carny Cartomancy system!

    CC can be performed with ZERO MEMORISATION, yet you will be able to instantly provide a detailed meaning or interpretation for every card in the deck. Once you understand how the system works, it will stick with you forever.

    You can use Carny Cartomancy for:

    General use – Single card readings to fill gaps in routines or effects.

    Outs – If you perform a psychological force and it fails, Carny Cartomancy can be used as an out.

    Propless Cartomancy – No deck? No problem. You can provide readings using a deck imagined by your spectator.

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  • Hugo Valenzuela – Mediun

    MEDIUM by Hugo Valenzuela

    “Everything that is invisible to the eye is often difficult to believe. For this reason, many people still question the existence of the spirits and energies…”

    Say the above during your performance, or perhaps the following: “Spirits do not show themselves where there is much light.” You could illuminate the scene with candles, or even the light emitted by cell phone screens, creating even more mystery.

    With such a creative presentation, MEDIUM can cause chills in your audience.

    Effect: A small object is placed on your hand. With your and your spectators’ concentration, the object slowly and visibly moves onto its side – and sometimes even flips over! Especially powerful when placed under a glass during this eerie demonstration! MEDIUM allows you to achieve this. Is the spirit making its presence known via the object?

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  • Chef Anton Penguin Live ACT

    What will he teach?
    King of the Con- A signed is card marked with a King of the Con ID Tag and magically changes under the most impossible conditions.

    Con Man Code- A deck is shuffled and half dozen cards selected. Using the “Con Man Code” the performer is able to identify which cards have been removed.

    Mugged by a Luchador- A twist on Rich Marotta’s classic effect where a magician is robbed only to have his belongings instantly reappear.

    Card on Forehead- You have never seen this classic effect performed this way before.

    Balls Over Head- Again, solving all of the problems with balls over head effect, this is a reputation maker.

    Unholy Grail- Chef’s signature trick using Three Jumbo Shells and an ending that you won’t see coming.

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  • A Game of Life & Death by David Parr (video+Pdf)

    A Game of Life & Death is a playfully macabre piece of close-up magic in which someone from the audience is invited to play a game of cards with the Grim Reaper. It’s like a little one-act play, a refreshingly different card routine that engages the audience in a fun and suspenseful narrative.

    Care to join the Grim Reaper in a friendly game of Cut the Cards? Take care: the Reaper has played this game many times…

    What’s this? You’ve won! A mortal has cheated Death!

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  • Pocket Riser 3.0 – Rise & Change

    After you draw the wrong card you add a few lines to make a box. Then the chosen card rises out of the drawn box.You wave the sketchpad very slowly and the card changes in a blink of an eye! Give it away as an impossible souvenir!
    Note: This effect is inspired by Martin Lewis’s Cardiographic.

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  • Akira Fujii – Microtechnica

    Microtechnica by Akira Fujii - $3.50 : magicianpalace.com

    Akira Fujii is known as a modern master of sleight-of-hand, and in  Microtechnica you will get to see how he gained that reputation. Akira has spent over two decades working on the minutae of complex sleights, dissecting and analysing every last detail.

    In Microtechnica we get to see the fruits of this research, as Akira tips the work on some of the most useful sleights in the card repertoire.

    In nearly an hour of crystal-clear instruction, Akira teaches the following:

    1mm Diagonal Palm Shift – Akira has taken this so-called difficult sleight to a level of unrivalled mastery. Every aspect of the move is covered in amazing detail.

    One-hand push through – The cleanest, fairest method of obtaining an injog, apparently using just one finger. Three routines using the sleight are also included.

    Convincing Control Bottom Palm – Akira goes over his handling of the convincing control, before explaining a beautiful way of using it to get directly into palm.

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  • Bennie Chickering – Siamese Waltz

    When Shin Lim wanted to impress Larry King and Rachel Ray he chose to do THIS. Not sure how you’d even follow it up. It’s a 2-phase miracle.

    Two cards are selected and SIGNED and torn in half. You then fuze one signed-piece to another creating a brand new impossible object. Here’s the crazy part THEY GET TO KEEP IT!

    Unlike other “fuzion” or “waltz” tricks that have come before, each spectator gets to keep their own impossible card, EACH ONE SHOWS HALF OF BOTH SIGNATURES.

    Nothing is palmed, no difficult moves, the gimmicks do all the work for you.

    Here’s the catch: Each gimmick is hand-made and it takes a LONG time, which means this isn’t a cheap trick. You’re looking at about $8 per performance, it’s a small price to pay for a world-class miracle.

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  • Eric Lewis – A Choice of Miracles

    A Choice of Miracles by Eric C. Lewis – Martin's Magic Collection

    ERIC LEWIS CHOICE OF MIRACLES OOP MAGIC Charlie Miller Bern Levante Harbin Zens

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