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The sensational F.I.S.M. award winning invention! You shuffle a deck of cards and put it into the case. The spectator simply names any card, there is no force whatsoever. Believe it or not, the selected card instantly rises out of the deck! You then r
The Magic City library is a complete college of magical knowledge in the form of step-by-step instruction booklets. The series includes tricks, routines and ideas with the hope of passing on the wisdom of yesterday's and today's giants of magic to a new
The Pennies is a little known mathematical puzzle, that GIOVANNI LIVERA presentation takes it to a new level. Requires NO sleight of hand. Can be done with ANY object. Is like Miser's Dream on a mat. Spectator freely chooses
Starring Dutch magician, Fritz Alkemade, Double Dutch is a collection of commercial magic that is strong, interactive and fun. Five years after his debut and featuring 10 brand new routines from his current working set and running at
You are about to encounter the card magic of Ryan Matney. These card tricks have been highly praised by magicians such as John Bannon (who wrote the introduction), Max Maven, Peter Duffie, and David Regal. They agree that what makes
With only two pieces of paper, you can perform this miracle! The Paper Fold Prediction is a trick that is self-working and highly versatile; it also contains multiple phases which add layers to your presentation. You can use it to perform
Reflections (A Complete Guide to Shiners), is the third release in the Complete Control, Card Sharping Series. Landon Swank takes you step by step thru the process of making the ultimate gambling-type shiner he uses in his
Passing through a solid object isn't just for comic book heroes anymore. Rift is a revolutionary breakthrough in the Card Through Window plot. Spread the cards across a glass window, and you effortlessly pull their card through the