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Some of the finest magic tricks work on chemical secrets. Starting with magicians wax, rough and smooth fluids and flash paper, to changing liquids, and sensational effects like “Think ink” there are hundreds of excellent tricks with chemicals. Modern C
You have purchased the finest Electric Deck that has ever been on the market for over 70 years. The construction of this deck will let you fan the deck with ease. No matter how you pick up the deck you can waterfall it or run the deck up your arm.
What Jim Krenz has created is not only a Triumph effect, but a Triumph of method. Its ingenuity and craftiness will astound not only spectators, but you as well when you see it in action. You will see cards intentionally and fairly
From the mind of Sean Fields, Hidden Hand is a brand new utility device that allows for stunning vanishes and productions. With NO sleights necessary, you will be able to manipulate items within minutes of learning this
The Quarter Shift is like no other coin available. With it, you actually bend the coin right in front of your spectator. The coin bends VISUALLY, and never leaves the sight of your spectator during the bend! Once bent, you can drop the coi
Magicians have used marked decks for centuries to fool even the most astute audiences. Luke Jermay's Marksman Deck builds on classic marking systems, with additional secret marks that open up a whole range of new tricks and
A spectator selects a card, memorizes it and shuffles it back into the pack. The magician explains that the spectators card will rise up through the deck and it arrives at the top. When the top card is revealed it appears to be
You've got the signed coin, and it's in THIS hand! You'll be able to say this! If you have ever wanted to perform a 'coin in which hand' type of effect, Gerti Reborn is for you. You have two coins; you ask a spectator to sign one