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The Botanical Bottle is a stunning visual effect that will most certainly impress any audience. Display a small bottle. Instantly and visually, the bottle changes into a beautiful bouquet of flowers! You can now reach into the flower bouquet and produce
You freely display a rope and a ball. The rope is too thin to balance a ball on it, but you being a magician are able to balance a ball on the rope and easily roll the ball from one end of the rope to the other. The ball can be
From the producer who brought you RadioActive, we now present 4 super visual effects from the mind of Rizki Nanda, a rising star within the magic community. Broken Wings: A card is freely selected and signed, then cleanly ripped into
Once you watch this DVD, you'll understand why I believe George is among the best in the world.--Steve Friedberg. Scotland's own George McBride is widely known amongst the underground magic fraternity as a card handler of
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 Full of Eugene's unpublished material with over 15 parlor, stage and spirit theater routines.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
RUBINSTEIN COIN MAGIC is FINALLY here! Dr. Michael Rubinstein has finally taken a lifetime of coin magic and put it inside his new book, RUBINSTEIN COIN MAGIC. Packed within these 500 pages you will find twenty chapters with
Fig. 25 Playing Cards is a detailed tribute to Erdnase and the infamous Expert at the Card Table book. Not only do the decks include illustrations from the book, each deck is uniquely wrapped to look like a mini replica Expert at the
Number eight, published in June 2020, features The Blunt Force, in which the spectator seems to predict your phone number, and the Excessive Force, a variation on the famous Nine Card Problem, in which the spectator perfectly arranges