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Performer displays two rods, joined together, with a pair of large pom poms strung together at the ends. Pull on one pom pom, and it reveals that it is on a long string. Pull another pom pom, and the one at the other
This coin magic DVD showcases three classic routines that have been put together by Austin, Texas professional magician Cody Fisher. The routines presented are incredible handlings of three classics. 1. A copper/silver routine. 2. A coins across routin
Suzy Wandas came from the humblest of beginnings. Nothing about her entry into the world was auspicious, nor did it portend to her future as a star on the stages of Europe, England, or America. Instead, Jeanne Van Dyck was born in
Fragment is a clever and practical approach to the visual appearing deck effect, including additional applications such as smooth transpositions and deck vanishes utilizing the Fragment gimmick. This is a collaboration from the entire
The modern-day Card Stab! Sonic Stab is a versatile card prediction routine with style! With a pair of standard headphones around your neck, you will pick out your spectator's chosen card every single time. Just toss the
Many magicians have suffered from performing effects that are similar with all their competitions. True story, yours truly have walked into a school show and an agent asked me whether if I'll be performing the bowling trick or that
Have you ever wanted to travel back in time? Now you can! "Wait rewind that! I need you to show me that again!"--Tom Elderfield. "Genius new method."--Patrick Kun. "A pocket-sized DeLorean, this is dope."--Calen Morelli. A spectator picks a date
Any card is selected and is initialized on its back by the spectator. The card is shuffled back into the deck. Next, a blank-faced card with a hole in its center is shown and placed on top of the deck - the top card can be clearly seen