Tricks with Aces have always intrigued the general audience, and a good Ace routine should be at the fingertips of every magician. In his usual inimitable style, Nick Trost has simplified the handling
From the man who always succeeds, though not by playing with a full deck! In addition to being a delightfully direct discovery of a thought of card, this is the ideal way to learn to understand and master the
The idea was just conceived in Bombay, worked on during the long voyage to America and climaxed with success on November 3rd in Colon, Michigan. The most difficult task ahead is to try and tell you in plain unvarnished language just how wonderful Bombay
Admission Includes... The Original Cardwarp routine created by Roy Walton. An unpublished Cardwarp idea by Roy Walton. Two essays on routining and what not to do. Ten scripts to adapt to your Cardwarp routine.
Plot: A red-backed card is freely selected from a red-backed deck. The back of the chosen card changes color to blue so that it is easily found. The blue-backed card is placed under a saltshaker, the spectator's finger, or even under the spectator's foo
Having a spectator pick a card from a Blue deck, sign it and return it...nothing new? WAIT! You find their card, but there's no signature. You tell them, "I can fix that." You then wipe the signature back onto the face of the
Part of the Ron Bauer Private Study series, this super-high quality manuscript contains good, solid magic, expertly routined and written. The magic is logical, clear and most of all, entertaining. From the man who claims credit for spicy peanut butter!
One of the BIG hits of Devin Knight's recent lecture tour. An effect that left many magicians with their mouths open as they witness the incredible vanish of four aces ONE BY ONE. The effect is done with just the four aces.
This is a great routine using just a regular deck of cards and totally impromptu; in three entertaining phases. You have in your possession a great routine by the late George Blake (written originally in Magigram magazine). George
Dave Campbell is another of Scotland's creative cardmen. He's perhaps best known as the creator of the popular Fred card effect that was copied all over the world. In Duplicity, Dave Campbell presents an entertaining card