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Tony Stevens has made the venerable newspaper tear oh so easy to do--its a newspaper tear without the tearing. The performer says that he has found an article in that days newspaper that he thought the audience might be interested in. So he tore it out
Volume One contains many novel effects, all favorites with Vernon, Leipsig, Rosini and others. There are twenty-five complete routines of the choicest and most effective tricks--all well worth adding to your magic program.
Let your audience tour the world with this new TRIPLE EFFECT PREDICTION! The performer displays a deck of cards (that he purchased overseas while performing). Although the deck appears to be normal, it holds a special place in the
Show a wooden Tube with a lid and a pencil. A Spectator is requested to place the pencil in any way he wants. The pointed side facing upwards or downwards! They now close the lid without the knowledge of the performer. The performer
There are a few card magicians who IMMEDIATELY grab our attention, and David Solomon is one. Why? He has built a career around devising extremely clever, surprising, and (mostly) easy to do card magic. His tricks and plots
Spectators are more and more skeptical these days; they need to see in order to believe! With HOLE 2.0, your spectators will still not believe what they have just seen! Take out your deck and spread the cards between your hands. Right
If you could s-l-o-w down time, this is exactly what it would look like! "SO IMPACTFUL AND YET SO SIMPLE!"--Cyril Takayama. "Great, fascinating effects with a secret that's so simple, it hurts."--R. Paul Wilson. "A brilliant new
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