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Aldini's greatest card effects are now offered in one complete volume. Not the rough-and-smooth effects for which the author is known, but great miracles with straight cards--plus a bonus section of one dozen effects based on The
Double your money by magic! This precision-made brass prop makes dreams come true--it doubles money like magic. The magician places a stack of nickels on the table and covers it with a brass cap. Instantly, the nickels have turned into a stack of dimes!
Of course, Pavel is known throughout the world for his wonderful rope work, but Pavel brought just as much insight and creativeness to the other effects he performed. Very difficult to obtain for many years, this large book contain
Spectators are more and more skeptical these days; they need to see in order to believe! With HOLE 2.0, your spectators will still not believe what they have just seen! Take out your deck and spread the cards between your hands. Right
Jimmy Strange is proud to present his newest effect, Star Pad! Star Pad is pure visual mentalism. As a spectator is handed a folded prediction on a small piece of paper, they are asked to choose one person (but not to say the name
A trick from the pocket of Reed McClintock! Facts cannot be disputed! Shouldn't your magic be the same way? Reed McClintock has created Just the Backs Ma'am. It's a cleverly constructed routine that implies gambling techniques in a
The thickness of a magic book doesn't make it great. Neither does a flashy cover, nor a fancy trailer. The best magic books are the culmination of a lifetime of knowledge and refinement. So Vanishing Inc. Magic is proud to pre
Decode the present to predict the future! IMAGINE THIS: The magician shows three business cards with predictions written on them. These predictions are doodles, so he announces that he's going to teach three spectators how to read them