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A spectator selects a card, tears it into four pieces, keeps one piece and drops the remaining pieces into an envelope (which may be burned). Two plates of Plexiglas are then bound together with rubber bands by the spectator. The plates are set in a dec
Midnight Breakfast is a gigantic leap forward in the "Out to Lunch" principle as it requires no rubber bands, no clips and is 100% organic with everyday objects. With this invisible gimmick, you can perform every Out to Lunch eff
This is the most practical moving ink effect ever created. After the spectator has chosen a card you write down a random code, a sequence of dots, dashes or some sort of binary code onto the border of a playing card. With a
In association with The Miracle Factory, Magic Inc. is pleased to announce the release of Impromtu--AKA The Encyclopedia of Impromptu Magic. More than 10 years ago, Todd Karr from Miracle Factory, in collaboration with
On this project, you will learn hard-hitting commercial magic direct from Daniel's working repertoire. These routines can be used close-up and in parlor performances. All of the material is within reach of a beginner with
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
There are a few card magicians who IMMEDIATELY grab our attention, and David Solomon is one. Why? He has built a career around devising extremely clever, surprising, and (mostly) easy to do card magic. His tricks and plots