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  1. 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.

  2. 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.
  3. Fulton's October Playing Cards

    October Playing Cards, Rerelease by Brad Fulton

    This October we invite you to partake in our yearly tradition of mischief and pranks with the rerelease of Fulton's October playing cards. Printed in 2014 and offered once again till All Hallow's Eve, or until our limited supply vanishes like a ghost. Illustrated by Steven Noble, the cards are not only unique, but a nod to the mystery and allure of the 31st. As the sun sets, the day begins. Each deck has been updated for this year’s festivities to sport a superior dark-charcoal and black box, while also incorporating an asymmetric design that proudly features the back illustration of the cards within. Additionally, friends of the night will appreciate a new orange seal that aptly attributes Poe’s Raven.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. Swivel by Simone Black/Toby

    Swivel by Simon Black/Toby

    From up and coming magician Simon Black/Toby 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. AVIATOR Uncut Playing Cards

    AVIATOR® Uncut by Dan and Dave

    Authentic uncut sheets of playing cards pulled straight off the factory press are the perfect accompaniment to the deck and a must for serious collectors. Uncut sheets also make for beautiful art when framed. They measure 22 inches by 26.5 inches. Limited to 52 prints. Each sheet includes a matching deck of AVIATOR® Heritage Edition playing cards.
  12. Gamesters Playing Cards

    Gamesters by Chris Chelko

    Starting at: $9.95

    Designed for the modern card player, this simple and elegant deck of playing cards features the Whispering Imps® logo on the back in red or black. The face cards have been completely redesigned specifically for game play. Designed by Chris Chelko and illustrated by Mark Stutzman.
  13. 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.
  14. Magic Pocket Square for Gentlemen

    Magic Square by Dan and Dave

    A perfect accessory to some of the truly great card and coin routines in the history of magic, the Magic Square will complement your performance, as well as your style. Included with your purchase of the Esplin is the explanation for The Card and Handkerchief by S.W. Erdnase, so you’ll always be prepared when you’re out on the town.
  15. AVIATOR® Heritage Edition

    AVIATOR® Heritage Edition by Dan and Dave

    Introduced in 1927 to commemorate Charles Lindbergh's transatlantic flight aboard the Spirit of St. Louis, AVIATOR® Playing Cards have been available in stores around the world ever since. Nearly 90 years after their initial release, we're proud to present a new edition of AVIATOR® playing cards, inspired by Howard Hughes. Hughes, the pioneering airman of the 20th century, turned his H-1 racer into a beacon of innovation as it flew across the night sky. Within the vintage tuck-case, each card features Hughes's racer, high above the earth -- boldly exploring all places unknown. So grab a pack, strap in, and come fly with us.
  16. Triangulum

    Triangulum by Alex Loschilov

    Although you may not be familiar with Alex Loschilov, the sculptural flourishes in his debut collection, Triangulum, prove that this young cardist is not only talented with cards, but is creative and has great style. And we especially love how he minimizes emphasis on himself while maximizing focus on the cardistry. To us, this is the purest form of the art. In Triangulum, Alex transforms concepts and ideas from cardists Joey Burton, Zach Mueller and Andrei Jikh into new ways of building one-handed triangles, including an impressive double triangle.
  17. Waxed Canvas Caps by Dan and Dave

    Outdoorsman Cap by Dan and Dave

    Starting at: $44.95

    Our reinforced waxed canvas caps, produced by Ebbets Field in Seattle, are perfect for keeping you dry in the rain or scooping water from a stream to cool down on a hike. We designed this hat to wear and weather with age, just like your favorite leather duffle bag or wallet. Made from durable 10 oz. Martexin® Original, each hat is fitted with a leather adjuster and embroidered with our logo in tonal thread on the lower-right corner for a subtle hint of D&D class. Available in Natural or Forest Green.
  18. Shuffle & Deal

    Shuffle and Deal by Tara Gallagher

    Improve your skills or learn to play fifty of the most popular card games for any number of players with this fully illustrated color guide featuring vintage art from around the world. Whether you’re looking forward to a quiet night at home or planning a get-together with friends, Shuffle and Deal includes one-on-one play as well as party games for two to four players.
  19. 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.
  20. Guy Hollingworth DVDs

    Guy Hollingworth DVDs by Guy Hollingworth

    Starting at: $26.95

    One year ago we released the Hollingworth Collection, a limited edition box set featuring a compendium of Guy's work. It was the first time his material appeared on video in nearly two decades. After selling out, we decided it was necessary to continue offering the material within so we collaborated with Guy again to design individual DVDs for the London Collection, Routines, and Epilogue featuring The Reformation. Offered individually for the first time since their original VHS release nearly 20 years ago.
  21. Guy Hollingworth Collection

    Hollingworths, Burgundy Ed. by Guy Hollingworth

    One year ago we released the emerald edition of the Hollingworth Monogram Deck. To those lucky enough to own a pack, we’re confident they share our sentiments that it is a modern classic — a deck drenched in sophistication. Today we’re proud to release the Hollingworth Monogram Deck in elegant burgundy. Like the originals, the pack feels eight cards thinner than traditional Bicycles but maintains the integrity of our finish and quality. Featuring metallic gold details on both the cards and tuck-case, each deck gleams in the sunlight like scotch on the rocks.
  22. The Erdnase Journal

    The Erdnase Journal by S.W. Erdnase


    The Experts Journal is a beautiful reproduction of the original 1902 publication of The Expert at the Card Table by S.W. Erdnase. On the outside, it's a perfect facsimile, however, leaf through the pages and you'll discover an empty canvas for new ideas. This isn't just another edition, but a journal in which to coalesce your card-centric thoughts.

  23. 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.
  24. The Art of the Con by Paul Wilson

    The Art of the Con by Paul Wilson

    A sucker is born every minute. In this world, con-men are lurking everywhere – and these days it’s never been easier for them to dupe us, steal from us, and infiltrate our lives. One of the world’s leading and celebrated experts on the art of the con, R. Paul Wilson, takes his audience on a tour through the history of scams, their variations, how to recognize them, and a guide to arm yourselves with knowledge. Wilson has spent a lifetime performing, studying, and teaching the ins and outs of the hustle, becoming a master in backroom deceptions. The same ruses that have left countless broke, and without a paddle. A treatise on devious dishonesty, The Art of The Con will leave you protected and enthralled with the dangerous underpinnings of the con world. Hardcover. 368 pages.
  25. Plywood Playing Cards

    Lincoln Playing Cards by Areaware

    Bored of those humdrum card houses you make at Grandma’s? Tired of mundane plastic-coated playing cards? Look no further! Lincoln playing cards are crafted from genuine birch plywood and function as a full deck of cards. Not only will you enjoy the ability to play countess card games, but interlocking slots allow for the creation of infinite designs and structures. Lose at poker? No hard feelings— make a tree out of that crummy hand! With a rich patina and smooth finish, you can’t go wrong picking up a box of plywood fun.
  26. Alice in Wonderland Playing Cards

    Alice in Wonderland Cards by Dan and Dave

    Starting at: $11.95

    A limited edition two-deck set of playing cards inspired by the magical and surreal world of Wonderland. Designed by Steven Watson of Turnstyle, are inspired by Lewis Caroll’s classic fairy tale. Modern styling combined with lavish Art Nouveau and Art Deco ornamentation transport us down the rabbit hole to a surreal world presided over by the Queen of Hearts.
  27. Antler T-Shirt: Dave

    Antler T-Shirt by Dan and Dave

    Support the D&D brand by sporting the majestic Buck on maroon. Limited to an exclusive run of 100, each tee is packaged in a custom drawstring back, and in addition - signed and numbered on a laser-etched wooden tag. Only the most comfortable cotton was selected for the production process. A perfect compliment to a pack of Antlers, pick up a tee today to look as sharp as your skills.
  28. Antler Playing Cards: Limited Edition

    Antler Limited Edition by Dan and Dave

    Starting at: $11.95

    This Limited Edition features two fully colored back-designs: Hunter Green and Deep Maroon. The attention to detail in both hand illustration, coloring, and presentation are extraordinary. Twin Bucks are enshrined within beautiful flourishes that mimic the lush greenery found within Yosemite National Park. The Ace of Spades features a noble Buck with herbaceous ornamentation crowning his dignified antlers, and each Joker offers the Antler name. Each Limited Edition deck is hand-wrapped in parchment paper before boxing and is sealed within by a perforated stamp for easy opening. Also available in a Standard Edition and Collector's Set.
  29. Antler Playing Cards

    Antler Playing Cards by Dan and Dave

    Starting at: $7.95

    Born from the wild forests, rolling hills, and snow-capped mountains of Northern California, the Antler Playing Cards embody the majestic beauty of the great outdoors. This Standard Edition features two monochromatic back-designs: Hunter Green and Deep Maroon. Twin Bucks are enshrined within beautiful flourishes that mimic the lush greenery found within Yosemite National Park. The Ace of Spades features a noble Buck with herbaceous ornamentation crowning his dignified antlers, and each Joker offers the Antler name. Also available in a Limited Edition and Collector's Set.
  30. 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!
  31. Pen through Rubber Band

    PENetration by Valdemar Gestur

    Magically cause two household objects, a pen and a rubber band, to pass through one another using a simple sleight of hand technique devised by Valdemar Gestur. Purchase this tutorial and you'll be performing PENetration in a matter of minutes thanks to clear instruction from Elliott Terral.
  32. 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.
  33. 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.
  34. Andrew Avila Cardistry

    Assorted Works by Andrew Avila

    His style emulates the sculptures one might see within a museum of modern art. He captivated us, and brought home the runner-up position in the 2014 Kardistry World Championship. Today Andrew Avila offers the world three signature flourishes in his debut release, Assorted Works. His unique approach to the art will prove an invaluable asset to your arsenal.
  35. 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.
  36. 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.

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