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For the first time in print, Lennart Green finally reveals one of his most tightly guarded secrets--The Snap Deal. This fully illustrated, 20-page booklet covers everything from the basic deal (with one and more cards) to misdirection tips. Of course th
Two tricks in one. In this supernatural effect, you show that you have the power to move a bill with the power of your mind. The gimmick is cleverly hidden, making it appear as if you are using nothing more that ordinary
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
Per Eugene's wishes, Larry has held onto this goldmine and it is now ready to be shared with the world. Full of Eugene's unpublished material with over 15 parlor, stage and spirit theater routines. Included is his Spirit Slates and
A borrowed cell phone is held in one hand - and a balloon is inflated. The cell phone visually penetrates inside of the balloon. It is shown, then given back to the spectator with the cell phone still inside. The result is a twisted hybri
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
All Magicians know, if you want to get the attention of your audience...USE FIRE! FLAME is by far one of the most amazing visual effects in close-up fire magic. Imagine taking out an ordinary lighter and, at your command, making
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,