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Mr. Magician: You have an act or routine, wardrobe, photographs and some publicity material. Now, what do you need? That’s right…bookings! Then…read this book! Within the soft covers of this 144 page book you will learn, through detailed examples and
Jack Leick’s ingenious variation of the classic Die Box. In all magic there is probably no sucker effect to compare with this splendid trick. There are several methods on the market having varied features, but we offer what we believe to be the finest a
The use of shadow & light really bring magic to life. This effect will definitely become part of my repertoire.--Cyril Takayama. "What Tobias did was literally one of the most creative things I've seen in a long, long time."--Daniel
The best-selling Ultimate Self Working Card Trick series is the gold standard for sleight-free card tricks...magic that slays audiences and yet requires NO moves to accomplish. The emphasis here is on providing you with KILLER tricks
The Opus Book Test introduces a brand new method for book tests. It allows for a completely hands off presentation, no fishing and no forcing. Denis Marc Paret has created an ingenious way of divining which word the spectator is
The mentalist predicts the dominant desire of the spectator. For this experience the presenter uses some cards with the possible desires, a transparent envelope holding these cards and a whiteboard marker. The drawn prediction on the back
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
Over five years in the works, Tom Gagnon is proud to release the beautifully hardbound, over-sized format GAGNON UNFILTERED. Readers will find 170 items, 1350 illustrations, packed into 500 pages. Contents include: