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Fasten is not a trick, but a gimmick. This will allow you to perform a lot of effects, using regular Bicycle playing cards. The main purpose of this gimmick is to allow you to force or to switch playing cards, out of the card case.
This is a collection of sixty illusions and illusionettes in a 100 page paperback publication. These are all suitable for the modern stage magician, for those performing a nightclub style act and for the sideshow performer. These are practical illusions
Attire is the ultimate way to introduce a Sharpie. Spectators see a design of a marker on your shirt, and with a simple pull on the image, and you now have a REAL Sharpie in your hand that you can use in your next routine!
Let your audience tour the world with this new TRIPLE EFFECT PREDICTION! The performer displays a deck of cards (that he purchased overseas while performing). Although the deck appears to be normal, it holds a special place in the
Silk to Egg is a classic of magic. Thanks to João Miranda, a modern version has arrived, with a voice over that guides the magician through the whole routine, with lots of comedy involved! In this effect, a silk is placed into the
The Quarter Shift is like no other coin available. With it, you actually bend the coin right in front of your spectator. The coin bends VISUALLY, and never leaves the sight of your spectator during the bend! Once bent, you can drop the coi
Hook your spectators from the very start with the most visual and surprising way to start a magic trick! Turn a pencil into a Sharpie, instantly! From the creators of Bare, Hands Down and SNAPPED, Maxwell's Signature Opener
Forget the Invisible Deck, John Bannon's come out with an Invisible Card using a regular deck of bikes and one very clever gaff. Paint It Blank, by John Bannon looks like this: You ask your audience member to mentally select