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Ricki Dunn had an impressive career that spanned over 50 years. Also known as "America's Funniest Pickpocket", Ricki worked at all the mayor nightclubs, hotels, casinos, and cruise ships around the world. He
As a magician you must know how to produce things out of an empty hat. With the EZ Hat Loader you can produce a large variety of articles at any time from a borrowed hat. In working this effect, the magician shows a colorful container which is filled wi
The Pennies is a little known mathematical puzzle, that GIOVANNI LIVERA presentation takes it to a new level. Requires NO sleight of hand. Can be done with ANY object. Is like Miser's Dream on a mat. Spectator freely chooses
PERPLEX by Criss Smith--Criss Smith is an underground magician who regularly performs at the Bristol Illusions Bar UK, where he has honed his craft and creates real world effects, moves, controls, switches, forces and much more. hard. "Brilliant,
Are you an escape artist? Put your skills to the test with the Lace Escape. A piece of clear Plexiglas is securely laced into a solid frame. Audiences will be truly stumped once you break the window free from its lacy imprisonment.
As performed by Kyle on Penn & Teller's FOOL US, this effect does not fail to blow your spectators away! The corner is torn off of a selected card, which then vanishes from the deck. The spectator is handed a cup, a teabag placed within,
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
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