A picture of a printed clock is shown in a rectangular frame showing an hour (say, 3:00). A spectator freely names any hour (say, 10:00). The performer passes the frame through a transparent cover and now the clock is seen to match the
Imagine showing a deck of cards in its case - and suddenly the case changes colors - on both sides! Here's a color changing effect with the tuck box. It happens with a simple, yet acrobatic move. No switching needed! And,
Their SIGNED CARD appears in THEIR HANDS, warmly wrapped inside THEIR BILL. Card to Impossible Location is a classic and for good reason -- it is one of the strongest effects in all of card magic. From card to wallet, card-to envelope,
A Lie Detector in a Card Case! Your participant shuffles and spreads the deck face down then slides out one card for himself. He divides the deck into two piles and buries his card in either half, then squares the packet. The half-deck
Handing out an impossible object as a souvenir is one of the most memorable things you can do to close a routine. But, can you eat it? Usually, no, unless Jeff Prace is performing Vice. Vice allows you to take out a simple
This book is packed with 101 effects from the fertile mind of Wayne Dobson, plus updates on previous effects and some new effects never published until now. For those of you who want a physical collection of Wayne's magic, this book
Weston's Ways with Cards contains 37 solid, worker close-up card effects as well as 12 moves, controls, and sleights. 11" x 9" hardbound book.
Dave Forrest presents WHODUNIT? The WHODUNIT? cards will allow you to play infinite variations of the famous board game with your participants but, with one massive difference...there is no mystery from your point of view!
Winner's Dice is a normal-looking die that can force ANY NUMBER between 1 to 6. It uses a very special technology which makes our die fully examinable. The spectator can check the die and he can try throwing it to make sure the
Winner's Dice is a normal-looking die that can force ANY NUMBER between 1 to 6. It uses a very special technology which makes our die fully examinable. The spectator can check the die and he can try throwing it to make sure