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A great beginners coin effect--its an old favorite made in top quality form. One dime and one penny are placed in the spectators hand. He sees them both as his hand closes over them. Upon opening his hand, the dime has vanished. And, the penny may be
The sequel to the world's greatest card trick. It’s a blast! The spectator is asked to think of any card (no force). The deck is shown to have a stick figure magician on the back, standing in a circus tent, next to a cannon. Instead of pulling the car
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
The first book in an exciting new YA mystery trilogy about a teenage savant on the trail of her family's killer, from the multi-talented Ning Cai, international magic celebrity and author. When parkour champion Maxine Schooling wakes from a
Starring Dutch magician, Fritz Alkemade, Double Dutch is a collection of commercial magic that is strong, interactive and fun. Five years after his debut and featuring 10 brand new routines from his current working set and running at
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
"Not a clue how that works -fooled me!"--Matt Johnson. "What a GREAT idea! I love it Peter"--Greg Rostami. "That's so good! I want one right now!"--Christopher Oberle. "OMG I love it. Amazing!"--Chris Turchi. "iSolation" is the mobile
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