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Contains over 100 ideas, tricks, routines and novelties with the Cups and Balls. Contains over 40 illustrations, engravings, and photos. Includes the original Mohammed Bey routines and three authentic East Indian Cup Routines. For beginners and experts
The Linking Rings is one of the best-known and most popular magic tricks of all time. On this DVD, expert sleight of hand artist Troy Hooser will teach you how to perform this classic trick, and many of its startling variations. With DVD technology, the
Reflections (A Complete Guide to Shiners), is the third release in the Complete Control, Card Sharping Series. Landon Swank takes you step by step thru the process of making the ultimate gambling-type shiner he uses in his
Book more shows that pay more! One of the biggest challenges that creative artists face is fully tapping the commercial potential of their skills and expertise. Maximizing earnings is often elusive for many performing
John Carey has built an international reputation for his streamlined approach to card magic. Simplicity of method and great routining equals great magic that is EASY to do BUT still utterly fooling! On Sweet Simplicity you'll
By far, best impression device I've ever used.-Platt. "This thing is freakin awesome."--Cameron Francis. "This is the last impression device you will ever need."--Dan Harlan. "Every mentalist should have this great tool in their
As performed by Kyle on Penn & Teller's FOOL US, this effect does not fail to blow your spectators away! The corner is torn off of a selected card, which then vanishes from the deck. The spectator is handed a cup, a teabag placed within,
You are about to encounter the card magic of Ryan Matney. These card tricks have been highly praised by magicians such as John Bannon (who wrote the introduction), Max Maven, Peter Duffie, and David Regal. They agree that what makes