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  1. Nomad by Helder Guimaraes

    Nomad by Helder Guimaraes

    In this trick, the performer introduces two decks of cards, one red and one blue. After shuffling his deck, a spectator is asked to name any card. The performer takes the two red kings from his pack and drops them on top of the spectators deck. Instantly and without the performer even touching the spectator’s cards the freely named selection appears in between the kings! The performer offers to do it again, only this time the spectator removes their red kings and drops them on top of the performer’s deck. Miraculously a card appears in between them! For a kicker finale, the spectator’s selection disappears from the performer’s deck and appears in the middle of the deck they have been in control of the entire time!
  2. Red Mirror

    Red Mirror by Helder Guimaraes


    Red Mirror is a look inside the mind of a world-class performer and FISM champion who many consider the most important magician of his generation.

    Helder Guimarães is a studied practitioner of both magic and theatre with an experienced understanding of the arts. Offered on this volume is a collection of ten original card routines, but more importantly, his creative process and thinking behind each.

    "Watching Helder will make you a better magician."

  3. Twizinser

    Twizinser by Helder Guimaraes

    A sublime combination of the classic Hofzinser Ace Problem & Twisting the Aces into a single multi-phased routine to bring forth a modern approach to these otherwise antiquated card tricks.
  4. Shaaken

    Shaaken by Helder Guimaraes

    A quick and easy to perform walk-around approach to the classic "Oil & Water" plot first presented by Edward Marlo in the 1950s. Watch as both red and black cards mix and un-mix like oil and water.
  5. Betwixt

    Betwixt by Helder Guimaraes

    After having a card peeked, the magician is unsure of its whereabouts so he proceeds to magically remove cards from the deck only to appear between two Jokers. The end results in a surprising climax that reveals the magician knew all along and is more clever then you thought.

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