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This book continues the education on sponge ball magic started in the first book. With the basic sleights and a couple of beginning routines dealt with already, volume two focuses on complete sponge ball routines. The author has tried to make the book a
Incredible mindreading effect! Uses a board divided into six sections. In three sections, performer writes predictions to the answers given by three spectators (example: a birth date, a set of initials, and a playing card). After the predictions are co
Blur the Spectator's Vision and Limit his Focus on the Cards you want him to see! Rubiales' idea makes this deck very versatile to use, great for Close-Up as well as for Stage. The method is so ingenious; you won't believe it! As alwa
If you could s-l-o-w down time, this is exactly what it would look like! "SO IMPACTFUL AND YET SO SIMPLE!"--Cyril Takayama. "Great, fascinating effects with a secret that's so simple, it hurts."--R. Paul Wilson. "A brilliant new
The Ultimate Card Warp! Easy To Do! Special Cards Included! Card Warp is one of the all-time classics of card magic. In essence, a card turns inside-out - half face, half back. Normally, the card is torn in half and left for the
Imagine borrowing a coin and a ring and asking one of your spectators to push the coin through the ring...they can verify for themselves - the coin DOES NOT FIT through the ring. With just a little imagination, the performer
This is the most practical moving ink effect ever created. After the spectator has chosen a card you write down a random code, a sequence of dots, dashes or some sort of binary code onto the border of a playing card. With a
"A Bicycle Angel Hand Delivers a special Message to your spectator!" A printed angel visibly reaches into the card's "hyper-dimensional quantum zone" to pull out a tiny "angel" envelope. Sealed inside the envelope, written in ruby