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Direct to you straight from Marks working repertoire comes CROSSWORD. This is a NO RESET, STROLLING, EYE POPPING ROUTINE that packs a knockout punch. Crossword is everything a magic trick should be. Direct, visual, in
The Chop Cup is a mechanical version of the classic Cups and Balls trick. The Combo Cups and Balls are very elegantly simple. This product is the oldest and most famous effect in magic Chop Cups and Balls Routine. The
NEW VISIONS WITH CARDS AND COINS--Featuring the photography of Cambry Curry. A unique card effect with a surprise visual ending! Eight beautiful postcard photos of a clear blue sky change one by one into dazzling photos of gorgeous
As performed by Kyle on Penn & Teller's FOOL US, this effect does not fail to blow your spectators away! The corner is torn off of a selected card, which then vanishes from the deck. The spectator is handed a cup, a teabag placed within,
A borrowed cell phone is held in one hand - and a balloon is inflated. The cell phone visually penetrates inside of the balloon. It is shown, then given back to the spectator with the cell phone still inside. The result is a twisted hybri
The mentalist predicts the dominant desire of the spectator. For this experience the presenter uses some cards with the possible desires, a transparent envelope holding these cards and a whiteboard marker. The drawn prediction on the back
By far, best impression device I've ever used.-Platt. "This thing is freakin awesome."--Cameron Francis. "This is the last impression device you will ever need."--Dan Harlan. "Every mentalist should have this great tool in their
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