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A timeless, classic design - masterfully updated. We are now proud to offer the first ever METALLIC deck of Bicycle playing cards. Your favorite cards, fully optimized and transformed into something you have never seen before.
Astounding coin magic! Place two half-dollars, a quarter and a dime in your hand. Close your hand, and remove a half dollar. Your spectator thinks you still have 85 cents in coins in your hand--but when you open your hand, the other coins have vanished
Are you an escape artist? Put your skills to the test with the Lace Escape. A piece of clear Plexiglas is securely laced into a solid frame. Audiences will be truly stumped once you break the window free from its lacy imprisonment.
The Trapdoor Card is one of the most unforgettable, yet often overlooked, plots in card magic. Popularized by Martin Gardner and Bob Neale, this effect features a small card with a "door" cut out, just off-center. Someone is pe
The French TWINS, after America's Got Talent, ARE BACK with a new SPECTACULAR TRICK! Many magicians already use it ALL OVER THE WORLD! Because it's more than a trick--It's a REPUTATION MAKER! The French TWINS are known for creating
How the scientific study of magic reveals intriguing--and often unsettling--insights into the mysteries of the human mind. What do we see when we watch a magician pull a rabbit out of a hat or read a person's mind? We are captivated by
This is the best blank deck routine I've seen - the reactions I've been getting from AVALANCHE are some of the strongest I've ever had!--Paul Romhany. Paul's JOYOUS new EXAMINABLE Gimmicked Card Case starts off with…THE AVALANCHE
Number eight, published in June 2020, features The Blunt Force, in which the spectator seems to predict your phone number, and the Excessive Force, a variation on the famous Nine Card Problem, in which the spectator perfectly arranges