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You’ll be pleased to learn how to turn magic into money. As a leader in the industry, Mike shows you how to draw a crowd, weave a product pitch into sleight-of-hand effects and generate trade show leads. Gleaned from a
Wax is one of the magicians greatest secret gimmicks and this is the first booklet ever written on the subject. It was originally released in 1953 by Ted Collins and Ed Mishell and has not been readily available for more than 20 years. Subjects and rout
While playing a hand of poker, the magician's cards change several times. Just when it looks like the magician is beaten, mysteriously, he finally ends up with an unbeatable hand, a royal flush in spades. Comes with required gimmicked
A classic of magic reimagined for today's street artists. One of the most powerful acts of force is taking an everyday object and transforming it right before your spectator's eyes. Taiwan Ben has taken the Karate Coin concept to a new
From Made with Magic we are very pleased to present our first release -- BLOW. BLOW is an effect based on a classic transposition of four cards taken to the next level. It refers to a revolutionary method that allows you to change
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
'Flash' by Chris Webb is a visual bill change; it's 100% self-contained and easy to do. You show a blank piece of paper and, in a flash, it changes right in front of your eyes into real money, a lottery ticket or anything else
8 Cards are removed from a Bicycle Deck of playing cards. They are handed to a spectator who merely thinks of one of them and places them between their palms for safe keeping. The card's identity is not written down, not whispered to