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Real magic happens in the spectators hand, and Echec & Mat does just that. The effect is totally self-contained and leaves your hands completely empty. A brass disk, held in the magician's hand, changes magically from black to white to black, again and
Create a super-fast flash of fire! Flash Cotton is designed to be used with various flash/fire gimmicks. Just the touch of a spark or sufficient heat will cause a small piece of this cotton to flare with a bright flash of fire and then instantly vanish
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
Cloned is a torn and restored type of effect where you tear off a piece of the card and visually, without any cover the card restores. You can do the restoration in slow motion or just in a blink of the eye... Cloned is a highly visual
Double Meaning never had a Better Meaning! INTRODUCTION--"...Haim is a great performer and thinker, with an idea being born every day. You are fortunate today to experience one of his simplest yet most brilliant
First introduced in 1922, the Flap Card has become a staple in the routines of magicians worldwide to produce all sorts of stunning effects. However, limitations of design can hinder these performances. There has always been one
The PHREAKY automatic bill change! Nothing to palm, ditch, or steal. Everything can be examined! "This is literally the best idea involving a cell phone I've ever seen. Versatile, visual, and the method is revolutionary.
The Elevated Dice Matrix or E.D.M is a classy visual routine of the highest order. It will also have the added bonus of leaving your magic friends baffled too! E.D.M sold out in just 48 hours at the Blackpool