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Goshman has another winner with this slick little close-up effect. A red two-inch sponge ball is pushed into your fist. The red ball turns into a large 4-inch sponge ball. You won't believe your eyes when you see this great effect. This is easy to do
This looks so much like the real thing that if you're a smoker, you might just pick it up and take a puff! It's a wooden cigarette with a hanging ash that will scare the bajeezes out of the people around you. It is a sure way
All Magicians know, if you want to get the attention of your audience...USE FIRE! FLAME is by far one of the most amazing visual effects in close-up fire magic. Imagine taking out an ordinary lighter and, at your command, making
Want to learn more than card magic? This DVD explains incredible effects using not only cards, but coins, matches, and iPhones. Quite a variety! On this DVD, you will learn: CARD THING by Patrick Kun--A very direct card sandwich
For years, man has been desperately trying to break the mold, and think outside of the proverbial box. With each attempt, man would take more and more steps away from the comfort of the box. And with each step, ideas would surely
Conceived in 2016 by Mickael, BLINDED will seem like trick photography! But imagine presenting this illusion LIVE, in front of your spectators and just a few centimeters from their eyes... BLINDED will fool everyone who sees it. Here
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
You are about to encounter the card magic of Ryan Matney. These card tricks have been highly praised by magicians such as John Bannon (who wrote the introduction), Max Maven, Peter Duffie, and David Regal. They agree that what makes