Card Magic--Packet Tricks
The GREAT packet tricks of Nick Trost. All the tricks require special cards (not supplied but easily obtainable) or simply duplicates of some cards. Contents: UN-CARDS: A beautiful prediction effect
An Award Winning Routine! This is the comedy card routine that helped Woody Aragón win first prize at the International Day of Magic in London, 2011. The Bumblebees of the title are printed on the cards. Four bumblebees
Color Aces (In Bicycle) where Aces magically turn face down, then face up & become Jokers! For the ending...Transformational. Color Aces comes in Bicycle backs with a carrying wallet. Includes complete online instructional training!
The magician shows five cards replicating a poker hand he was dealt. So, if you have the worst hand in poker and you are a magician, what do you do? Exactly ... you click your fingers and you have a royal
Packet Tricks are one of the most interesting branches of card magic. Using only a small number of cards magic is created that is often easy to follow, visual and very magical. On this DVD Aldo Colombini presents fifteen
Some of the most popular gaffed card tricks ever are featured in this comprehensive course! Simon Lovell walks you through the performance and thoroughly explains each trick while giving proper credit to their origination.
Extremely popular gaffed card tricks ever are featured on this 2DVD Set. Simon Lovell walks you through the performances and explains each trick while giving proper credit to their origination. Lovell performs
MORE GREAT PACKET TRICKS USING SOME SPECIAL CARDS, VERY EASY TO FIND. CONTENTS: FRYER--One selection and four Aces make for a unique assembly effect with a killer kicker ending! WHAT THE BLANK, TOO--An examinable Wild Card
Contents include: SON OF A WAVE--A unique double prediction using only eight cards! DALEY DOSE--Daley's Last Trick with a big Twist! MAGICIAN'S HOLD 'EM--A crazy game of Texas Hold 'Em involving a transposition, an appearance of a Royal Flush and
Slim is a collection of routines which all use a small packet of cards taken from a regular deck. There are no gimmicks, no gaffs and no set up. All you need is a pack of cards and you are good to go. Next time you really want to