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A classic of magic! One red ball, held at the tips of the fingers, suddenly multiplies to two. At the magician's command, another ball appears, making three. Finally, a fourth ball makes its appearance - one between each
This belongs in the pocket of any well-dressed individual. Beautifully handcrafted leather, with a fully lined interior. The Himber Style Notebook is gimmicked in the style of the World Famous Himber Wallet, but is smaller
In the wake of one of the most dramatic transformations magic has ever experienced, many of magic's most respected minds banded together to develop the most comprehensive and thought-provoking collection of virtual magic tricks,
In 2009, Jérôme Sauloup developed a trick called "Automatic Open Prediction," and fooled many magicians with it: Gaetan Bloom, Dirk Losander... After a few evolutions, he came up with a 2-deck presentation even more impossible because the
It has finally arrived - the much-anticipated book by Jay Collen! Having spent years behind the counter at a magic shop gave Jay an incalculable understanding of the art. He used this experience to advantage in his public performances
Not just one, but TEN different tricks…all for one money! Mickael is well known for regularly offering us visual and innovative effects. Once again, he offers us today something incredible! Incredible because you will always
"I almost passed on this book, as I'd already read biographies of both men. It wasn't until my friend, Paul Romhany, told me I had to read "Through the Eyes of Hanussen & Messing" that I ordered it. I'm very glad I did. I've
Pure genius.--Jack Carpenter. "Resigned to Miracles" by Peter Gröning is one of the most exciting card magic books I've read in a long time. I'll never understand how he stumbled upon the brilliant method for obtaining duplicate