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Six cards are placed facedown on the table. A spectator freely chooses any card. When the turns his card over, if it has a red dot, the remaining cards are shown to have a blue dot. It does not matter which card is selected--it is always the odd color!
You’ve seen her at magic conventions and on television performing her stunning act. Juliana Chen is an award winning manipulative act. They are high-quality thin manipulative cards. Pips are on all four corners and they fan perfectly. You will be prou
It’s the classic Princess Card Trick on a paddle! Astounding to the lay person, yet easy to do for the magician! You show a wooden paddle that contains six different mini playing cards on one side, and the same six playing cards on the other
Magicians at War - How Espionage and Deceit Changed History, takes an in-depth look at magicians of past who have used their skill of deceit and misdirection to serve the nation they love. Was Houdini a spy, was WWII stopped by a single
Back from the brink. The End Times Book Two has been a long time coming and now it is here. 9 items featuring tricks that are self-working, some displays of skill, a couple of visual surprises, and even some hypnotic influence. Rigged
A small credit card wallet is placed on the table. A deck of cards is GENUINELY SHUFFLED. The spectator removes ANY CARD. This card is slid into the clear credit card holder (NO SWITCH, ETC.) The wallet is flipped over so to show a
There are numerous classic card effects involving a torn corner. There's only one thing missing -- a perfect visual vanish, until NOW. SansMinds Creative Lab collaborated with creative talent Robert Lupu from Romania to bring you Blink
This is a very clever and strong "matching effect," with a double whammy climax. The performer displays 2 sets of 13 animal cards. There are duplicates of every animal in both piles. A spectator is asked to select any card in one pile,