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  1. The Cloak by Daniel Prado

    The Cloak by Daniel Prado


    You won't believe your eyes. This new method for the classic tent vanish gives you the power to vanish a card in thin air.

    From the mind that brought you the Peregrine Pass, Daniel Prado has devised an amazing new way of vanishing a card. Both practical and versatile, The Cloak offers endless applications for use.

  2. Ultimate Hold'em Demonstration

    Ultimate Hold 'Em by Jack Carpenter

    Sit down with Jack Carpenter as he deals you in on the secret to a truly incredible gambling routine. The player shuffles, cuts, makes every decision along the way, and without fail, beats the odds for the Ultimate Hold’Em Demonstration. An essentially self-working gambling demonstration, Ultimate Hold’Em provides ample opportunity to end your set with a presentational blockbuster. Never before has such an astounding gambling routine been published, fooling even the most respected card men. Learn in detail with this short 32 page soft-bound booklet written by Stephen Hobbs.
  3. Bad Luck by Juan Tamariz

    Bad Luck by Juan Tamariz


    Juan Tamariz brings us another phenomenal effect. The spectator chooses four cards from a shuffled deck - red are good luck and black are bad. Card after card is turned over and revealed to be black, to the shared chagrin of the magician and the spectator. As the trick culminates, the magician visually changes all the black cards to red, bringing good luck to everyone.

    Bad Luck is an excellent example of the importance of presentation and routining. The possibilities for presentation are incredibly diverse, and the potential for intimate audience interaction makes this trick an amazing treat.

  4. Tweezers by Juan Tamariz

    Tweezers by Juan Tamariz

    Tweezers, a dual phased two-card-monte routine from Juan Tamariz, is undoubtedly one of the best monte routines you can perform. The routine is designed for absolute fairness — the magician removes two black tens to act as “tweezers,” while a spectator freely selects an Ace and court-card of contrasting color. What happens next is a slow-paced swindle that belongs in every performer’s repertoire. The relaxed manner and presentational style of Tamariz is what makes this piece so special. Tweezers offers a rare opportunity to sit down with arguably the greatest living magician and improve your magic ten-fold.
  5. Three of Clubs by Juan Tamariz

    Three of Clubs by Juan Tamariz

    After years of waiting, Juan Tamariz, one of the greatest minds in magic, is finally prepared to share more treasures from his inner secrets. Although known for his stack, Mnemonica, Three of Clubs offers new insight into a principle that first appeared on the world’s stage more than one-hundred years ago. What begins as a benign card trick climaxes with a change that will fool the seasoned veteran. Today, we are pleased to offer a rare session with El Maestro. If you wish to change your magic for the better, then look no further - Three of Clubs is the addition you need.
  6. Swivel by Simone Black/Toby

    Swivel by Simon Black

    From up and coming magician Simon Black comes a resurrection of one of our favorite sleight of hand techniques. Swivel, the product of Simon's tireless study of the original move, expands and refines Earnest Earick's Longitudinal Swivel Steal, first published in By Forces Unseen. Today, with the aid of Swivel, you'll enjoy Simon's thinking behind the Longitudinal Swivel Steal and a variety of applications we're sure will keep you busy for hours. Whether it's a triple-change, control, or incredible production, Swivel is only limited by your imagination. If you're ready to expand your knowledge of the classics, look no further. Swivel offers a modernist approach to one of our all-time favorites.
  7. Pre-Pre-Configuration by Bill Goodwin

    Pre-pre-figueration by Bill Goodwin

    In this astonishing effect, any four of a kind is found by the spectator from a shuffled deck. This amazing piece of magic has the spectator seemingly accomplish all of the work, but the cards are completely under your control. Originally published by Goodwin in Notes from the Batcave in 1993, this fascinating take on Jennings’ Prefiguration is sure to leave your audiences baffled.
  8. Turning Point by Bill Goodwin

    Turning Point by Bill Goodwin

    This surprising feat of dexterity demonstrates not only the performer’s ability to manipulate the cards, but the cards’ affinity for taking part in the mischief. This quick trick is accomplished with difficult sleight of hand, but once mastered, it will become one of your go-to effects for the inquisitive layperson.
  9. Cannibal Cards by Bill Goodwin

    Cannibal Cards by Bill Goodwin

    Originally published in Lecture 1988, Bill Goodwin brings us another amazing version of the nearly 50 year old classic, demonstrating how the four Kings in every pack of playing cards are indeed Cannibal Cards. One by one, three odd cards are eaten by the Kings during a fair display, leaving only the four Cannibal Kings. This streamlined version of Cannibal Cards leaves you clean and ready for your next trick.
  10. Wenderz Flip by Bill Goodwin

    Wenderz Flip by Bill Goodwin

    This quick, impromptu trick has the four aces turning face up in a surprising and incredibly visual manner. Each ace revolves in the blink of an eye, with the added bonus that the cards are handled by the spectators throughout. The timing and technique are expertly choreographed, so enjoy this modern refinement of Vernon’s Twisting the Aces.
  11. Shake Change & Ambition by Bill Goodwin

    Shake Change & Ambition by Bill Goodwin

    This surprisingly simple change has many applications, one of which is featured here in Ambition. A selected card visually jumps from the bottom of the deck to the middle, with just a blow. Again, the selected card transports itself from the middle to the top. Bill Goodwin explains the mechanics and timing excellently, and we’re sure you’ll be adding this to your Ambitious Card Routine in no time.
  12. Sailboat Color Change

    Sailboat by Idan Kaufman

    Grab a deck and drop anchor with Idan Kaufman's Sailboat - a brand new knuckle-busting color change from the mind of Israel's up and coming magician. Imagine producing a single playing card, only to have it change in a flash, once, or again and again. A truly impressive move for the seasoned card man, or the ambitious novice, this change isn't for the faint of heart, but believe us, the practice will be worth it.
  13. Invisible Speller

    Invisible Speller by Dani DaOrtiz

    Three spectators shuffle a deck of cards, and one is asked to think of any card possible. After the selection is made, a spectator spells the name of their thought-of-card from the deck on the table. Incredibly, the final card of the spelling sequence is their mental selection. A personal favorite of DaOrtiz, you’ll enjoy detailed explanation of not only the effect itself, but the psychological subtitles involved in both the trick and selection process. Today Dani DaOrtiz shares with us another minor miracle guaranteed to astound both magicians and spectators alike.
  14. Michael Stern

    Maguro Mega Pack by Michael Stern

    Have you ever thought, “I love the Diagonal Palm Shift but have no idea how to make tuna sushi”? Have you ever practiced card technique for so long you craved traditional Japanese cuisine? Look no further—Michael Stern’s Maguro Mega Pack is just what you've been looking for. Featuring brand new applications for the diagonal palm shift (including a DPS to the top and a DPS from a spring), Maguro Mega Pack is the perfect addition to the arsenal of any move monkey. Also on the same bill you’ll enjoy several tricks that incorporate the moves taught—and a 10 minute instructional video on how to prepare Maguro—easily worth the price of admission alone.
  15. Concerto by Dani DaOrtiz

    Concerto by Dani DaOrtiz

    From one of Magic’s foremost minds, comes a multilayered effect -- combining both the plots of a Torn & Restored Card and ACCAN - that will leave any audience baffled. A card is selected and signed by an audience member, after being torn into quarters a spectator is invited to hold a torn corner as a “receipt” of the card. In a flash, the scraps of card vanish. A number is then freely named and when dealt to that position, the signed, selected card is found perfectly intact, save for a missing corner. When compared to the audience member’s piece—a perfect match is discovered. A miracle!
  16. The Card and Hat

    The Card and Hat by S.W. Erdnase

    One of our favorite effects from The Expert at the Card Table beautifully performed and explained by Elliott Terral.
  17. The Card and Hankerchief

    The Card and Handkerchief by S.W. Erdnase

    Travel back with us 113 years as we foray deeper into the mind of S.W. Erdnase. With Elliott Terral as our guide, we’ll examine the classic Card Through Handkerchief effect in which a selected playing card separates itself from the pack, seemingly penetrating solid cloth. In addition, a brand new alternative handling is taught that utilizes a myriad of sleights found within The Expert at The Card Table.
  18. Triple Cask Triumph

    Triple Cask Triumph by Elliott Terral

    Triple Cask Triumph is a simple, direct, in-the-hands variation of Dai Vernon's famous Triumph. This version contains no traditional sleight of hand, and it should serve as an excellent guide to structuring magical effects with the audience in mind.
  19. Diagonal Palm Shift

    Diagonal Palm Shift by Ricky Smith

    First published in 1902 by S.W. Erdnase, the Diagonal Palm Shift - a secret maneuver for bottom palming a selected card placed into the middle of the deck - is explained in detail by one of this generations most beloved sleight of hand artists, Ricky Smith. In addition to the video tutorial we’ve included a copy of the original write-up which we suggest reading first. It’s only three pages so won’t take long. The video itself is nearly an hour and features an extremely detailed explanation from multiple angles along with guidance towards finding a plethora of variations and tricks from magicians such as John Carney, Dai Vernon, Bill Kalush, Paul Chosse and David Ben to name a few.
  20. Killers by Paul Wilson

    Killers by Paul Wilson

    Perform relaxed miracles with R. Paul Wilson’s compendium of fantastic self-working and semi-automatic card effects. The routines within Killers* have been carefully developed over three decades- designed to completely baffle and entertain both laymen and magicians, with no difficult sleight of hand necessary. Whether it be conjuring a thought of card, dealing any four-of-a-kind called for, or performing Sympathetic Aces without gaffs, Killers provides a series of in-depth one-to-one lessons revealing every detail, and the choreography to inspire the strongest reactions possible. Killers is a course in powerhouse card magic- a personal tuition on turning simple processes into unforgettable magic.
  21. Card Men by Dan and Dave

    Card Men by Dan and Dave

    Starting at: $19.95

    This new compendium reveals a selection of material we've been tinkering with the last few years, such as a bewildering color change, a distinct production of a card, and an automated method for topping the deck, to name a few. With 24 items, including guest contributions by Ricky Smith, Elliott Terral and R. Paul Wilson, Card Men is a publication we're very proud of. We think you'll find the contents of Card Men interesting and useful; and we hope that you are inspired by them to create something of your own.
  22. Vernon One-Hand Table Shuffle

    Vernon One-Hand Table Shuffle by Dan and Dave

    A tribute to Dai Vernon's wonderful One-Handed Table Shuffle, done perfectly. We originally learned this technique from Vernon's book, Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic (1967); however it wasn't until we saw a video of Ross Bertram performing the shuffle perfectly that we began to take interest. What you see before you is our own handling created to achieve the perfect one-for-one riffle along with various subtleties acquired from years of practice.
  23. Steve Reynolds

    Steve Reynolds EP by Steve Reynolds

    Steve Reynolds is one of magic’s underground sensations. A technician of the finest caliber, Steve’s magic is powerful, deceptive, and relatively simple to perform. Steve prefers to harness psychology and choreography, allowing for a more direct approach in his card magic. The techniques you learn from Steve have been tested countless times in restaurants, bars, trade shows, and late night sessions. He’s truly a “trench worker”, and you can be sure that these sleights will be worthy of the practice necessary to master them.
  24. Mnemonica Miracles

    Mnemonica Miracles by Juan Tamariz

    Starting at: $99.95

    A priceless record of Juan's personal approach to this incredibly powerful principle in magic. Join Juan Tamariz at the table in this personal lesson of over twenty routines complete with essential tips and valuable advice. Juan also includes a volume filled with essential tools for the mem-deck performer. This 5 DVD Box Set represents a treasure trove of secret information. If you have ever wanted to master this principle, it's easily worth its weight in gold. Ingenious card tricks. Unforgettable miracles.
  25. Click 2

    Click 2.0 by Valdemar Gestur

    Click 2.0 is an updated, simplified handing, of Valdemar's visual color change performed with a rubber band and a deck of cards. The effect, similar to the original Click Change, differs in a way that you no longer have to "snap the band down onto the card" to make the change. Click 2.0 is done entirely with one hand, providing an even more impossible condition. Because of this, Valdemar was able to reengineer the secret-wrap to be less suspecting. Although prior knowledge of the original Click Change is not necessary to perform this new handling we do encourage learning both methods.
  26. Shooting Start Control by Jeff Prace

    Shooting Star Control by Jeff Prace

    In this casual control to the top, a card is merely tossed into the deck, in which it is then seen protruding half-way out. The magician then cleanly pushes the card flush with the deck. Without any further moves, the card is on top. Although a bit knacky, it's a fantastic illusion that is imperceptible in the close-up environment.
  27. Triumph & Triumph Again by Asi Wind

    Triumph and Triumph Again by Asi Wind

    From the mind that brought you A.A.C.A.A.N and Double Exposure comes the next evolution in a classic of magic. Asi Wind, one of the greatest modern conjurors, shares with us Triumph and Triumph Again, a brilliant addendum to John Bannon’s Play it Straight Triumph. Triumph and Triumph Again enters the magic community offering a fresh approach to the original effect, while also providing a baffling finale.
  28. Gödel by Alexander Hansford

    Gödel by Alexander Hansford


    Magicians have strived for decades to find a color change that’s executed completely open and immune to every angle. Today, that pipe-dream becomes reality.

    Gödel is an innovative face-up color change from the mind of Alexander Hansford. With a wave of the hands, cards transform under direct scrutiny. Not only will you receive two additional routines with your purchase, Twisting and Sandwich, you’ll find Gödel to be an incredible utility for the effects you already perform.

  29. AACAAN by Asi Wind

    A.A.C.A.A.N by Asi Wind

    Constructed from years of trial and error, Asi's Any Card at Any Number is a masterpiece of modern-day magic. "You fooled me badly. This is by far the best A.C.A.A.N I have seen.” - Johnny Thompson From one spectator, any card is named. From a different spectator, a number one through fifty-two is named. With absolutely nothing to suspect, the named card appears at exactly the number named. A probability so impressive only magic can explain it. This is Any Card at Any Number, for real.
  30. Peregrine Pass

    Peregrine Pass by Daniel Prado

    It's not often we stumble upon a secret technique that looks authentic to the natural action taking place, in this case - closing a spread of cards. With the Peregrine Pass, what happens "behind the scenes" when compared to the polished performance is night and day. This is sleight of hand at its finest! Learn how it's done in this in-depth tutorial by professional magician, Daniel Prado.
  31. Slipshift by Chris Ramsay

    Slipshift by Chris Ramsay

    Fascinated by magic since childhood, Chris Ramsay has devoted a fair amount of time into both the study and practice however it was only recently, with his discovery of Cardistry, that his creativity began to flourish (literally). The Slipshift is a visual color change done at the fingertips. Within this video Chris explains several variations of the change along with a method to control a selected card to the top of the deck.
  32. Lost & Found with Jared Kopf

    Lost & Found by Jared Kopf

    In this diabolical routine, Jared Kopf performs two classic effects utilizing the four Aces, combining impossible and startling magic that is fair, direct and interactive. Opening with Merlin's 'Lost' Ace Trick, Jared demonstrates an exceptionally fair assembly of the Aces that gives your spectators the freedom to choose which Aces vanish and where they will reappear. Following is Far Flung Collectors, where the Aces are dealt face-up, one at a time into a spectators hand before three free selections later appear sandwiched face-down between them.
  33. Director's Cut

    Director's Cut by Henok Negash

    A demonstration of gambling with an unexpected ending where the spectator unknowingly performs expert card control to magically produce four of a kind. The magician explains that he will show you how to cheat at cards by finding any four of a kind with magic. As an example, the Aces are introduced and used to demonstrate an "invisible palm", in which they seem to vanish one at a time and reappear on command. From there, the spectator takes over and finds his own four of a kind.
  34. Double Exposure

    Double Exposure by Asi Wind

    A mind-blowing new take on a classic effect. Double Exposure by Asi Wind is a reality altering version of Triumph that happens within a borrowed camera under your spectators complete control. Performed by David Blaine on national television. For those of you who have seen the most recent special, Real or Magic, you know how powerful this effect is. There are no gimmicks or special applications needed. 100% impromptu. Just you, a deck of cards, and a borrowed camera are all that's necessary.
  35. Extended Play

    Extended Play by Valdemar Gestur

    Starting at: $24.95

    Combining innovative concepts with minimal sleight of hand, Valdemar Gestur is truly unique. He incorporates elements we believe make for great magic and his methods are hands-off with little to suspect. The effects are direct and highly visual. Five tricks with over 13 variations. Performed and explained by the uber talented Shin Lim.
  36. Triple Change

    Triple Change by Lance Pierce

    The Triple Change is a magical transformation of a card three consecutive times. It happens on the face of the deck with just a wave of the hand. There is nothing to see and you end completely clean. A timeless color change performed and executed in a classical style with all the modern touches that make it so smooth and deceptive.

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