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  1. Simply Sydney

    Simply Sydney by Syd Segal


    Syd Segal returns to the screen in simply Sydney showcasing seven selections for your magical satisfaction.

    Along with the help of his mentor J.C. Wagner, Syd has compiled a nice arrangement of effects stretching from simple openers to devastating closers. Simply put, simply Sydney...

  2. Tarbell Course in Magic

    Tarbell Course in Magic by Harlan Tarbell

    Starting at: $24.95

    The most respected course in magic! The classic volumes cover every aspect and interest in the art of magic performance. A must have for every magic library!
  3. Card College

    Card College by Roberto Giobbi

    Starting at: $31.95

    Roberto Giobbi's remarkable Card College books have become the groundbreaking course in the subject - an analysis of the art, science, technique and philosophy of card magic. Card College has changed the way a generation of magicians have learned card magic, and changed the way they think about it.
  4. Sleightly Magical

    Sleightly Magical by Dan and Dave


    Over the years we've become known for our hardcore flashy style and this manual represents nonetheless. You will enjoy six brand new tricks featuring six original sleights that will entertain you with months of practice. The effects are extremely visual and highly effective.


  5. Bottom Palm

    Bottom Palm by John Carney


    Learn effective technique and practical tips on the Bottom Palm. Expertly explained by master close-up magician John Carney.

    Like what you see? Purchase the full DVD.

  6. Cam Con Transpo

    Cam Con Transpo by Paul Wilson

    Paul Wilson explains two methods to achieve a classic plot in card magic originally created by Bill Goodwin and later popularized by Ernest Earick. The magician places the Aces face down in four different parts of the deck. In waving the four Kings over the deck they magically transpose --- the Aces are now on top and the Kings in four different parts.
  7. Erdnase Color Change

    Erdnase Color Change by John Carney


    Learn effective technique and practical tips on two different methods for the Erdnase color change. Expertly explained by master close-up magician John Carney.

    Like what you see? Purchase the full DVD.

  8. Consistent Control

    Consistent Control by Paul Wilson

    The Consistent Control allows you to retain complete control over one to several cards after the deck is riffle shuffled and cut.
  9. Double D's and Aces

    Double D's and Aces by Syd Segal


    One of 7 original effects featured on Simply Sydney, an instructional DVD on the card magic of Syd Segal. In Double D's and Aces the spectator is asked to shuffle the cards upon spelling to the each Ace in this baffling four of a kind produciton.

    Like what you see? Purchase the full DVD and get access to some of card magic's best kept secrets.

  10. Inscrutable

    Inscrutable by John Carney


    Upon trying to find the four Aces, the magician is having no luck as Jokers are popping up everywhere. Eventually, the magician becomes fed up and turns them all into Aces.

    Expertly explained by master close-up magician John Carney.

  11. A Logical Lesson

    A Logical Lesson by Syd Segal


    One of 7 original effects featured on Simply Sydney, an instructional DVD on the card magic of Syd Segal. A Logical Lesson combines a little bit of sleight of hand with mathematics for a killer routine with a beginning, middle and "logical" ending!

    Like what you see? Purchase the full DVD and get access to some of card magic's best kept secrets.

  12. Mechanical Fan Steal

    Mechanical Fan Steal by Paul Wilson

    The deck is fanned and a card cleanly inserted. By the time the deck is closed the card is already palmed! This is one of the most direct card controls in Paul's repertoire. It works like a well oiled machine and is probably much easier than you might think!
  13. Napkin Trilogy

    Napkin Trilogy by John Carney

    Napkin Trilogy consists of three different effects: Predictable Surprise, Straggler and Final Trace. In this tutorial, master close-up magician John Carney walks you through all the necessary steps with a strong emphasis on misdirection and presentation.
  14. PUT it in the Card Box

    PUT it in the Card Box by Paul Wilson


    PUT it in the Card Box is Paul Wilson's refined handling of Eddie Fields Way ahead card to card case. After a spectator secretly writes down a prediction on a piece of paper five freely chosen cards are shown and placed face-up into the center of the deck. Astonishingly, the predicted card vanishes from the deck and ends up inside the card box. A miracle among card tricks that virtually anyone can learn in this eight minute instructional video.

  15. Top Palm

    Top Palm by John Carney


    Learn effective technique and practical tips on the Top Palm, one of the most useful sleights in all of card magic. Two variants on the Top Palm are described.

    Like what you see? Purchase the full DVD.

  16. Triple False Shift

    Triple False Shift by Paul Wilson

    In card magic, controlling multiple selections simultaneously is an invaluable utility move that opens the doors to countless opportunities. The method offered here by Paul Wilson is among our favorite. Not only are you able to control one to several cards in the natural action of cutting the deck but the deck itself maintains order.
  17. Uzumaki

    Uzumaki by Dan and Dave

    A visual exploration of the Ambitious Card combined with magical feats of dexterous exploitation. Uzumaki is our take on the classic Ambitious Card where a selected card magically comes to the top after being pushed into the center.

    YAMFACAAN by Paul Wilson

    From a borrowed, shuffled deck of cards one spectator is asked to think of a card while another spectator is asked to name a number. Could it be that the selection is now at that position in the deck? Yes it can! In as fair as can be the magician deals down to that number to reveal the chosen card.
  19. Card College Light

    Card College Light by Roberto Giobbi

    Starting at: $34.95

    From the author of Card College, the world's most acclaimed course on sleight-of-hand card magic, comes Card College Light, Roberto Giobbi's first text focused entirely on professional caliber card tricks requiring no manipulative skill.
  20. Ribbon Control

    Ribbon Control by Ricky Smith

    A unique method for controlling a selection to the top of the deck while ribbon spreading the cards on the table. This tutorial is recommended for experienced card magicians with a basic knowledge of sleight of hand techniques.
  21. Hold the Mayo

    Hold the Mayo by Bill Goodwin


    One of 12 original effects featured on Reflection, an instructional DVD on the card magic of Bill Goodwin. In Hold the Mayo the four Aces are produced one at a time from between two Jokers.

    Like what you see? Purchase the full DVD and get access to some of card magic's best kept secrets.

  22. MKA

    MKA by Dan and Dave


    We are pleased to present fellow community member, Victor Cruz in the following tutorial of MKA. The tricked out version of Collectors originally appeared in "The System Vault" back in 2005 and is making its official debut six years later.

  23. Card Fictions

    Card Fictions by Pit Hartling

    Pit Hartling is internationally known for his innovations in card magic. He is a FISM award winner and member of the hilarious Flicking Fingers. In this book are "Seven performance pieces with an ordinary deck" including Finger Flicker, a trick recently seen performed by David Blaine on his TV special, Dive of Death.
  24. Drawing Room Deceptions

    Drawing Room Deceptions by Guy Hollingworth

    Drawing Room Deceptions was one of the first magic books added to our library. With many pages now tattered, it still remains on our top shelf. The discoveries found within represent cunning variations of classical concepts. Guy's ingenious design in constructing effects brings mystery and prestige back to the conjuror. If you wish to ameliorate your repertoire of artifice, Drawing Room Deceptions will transcend your expectations.
  25. The Magic of Fred Robinson

    The Magic of Fred Robinson by Peter Duffie


    Fred Robinson was a private man but his skill at sleight-of-hand with cards and coins was legendary. He could be found at the Magic Circle on Monday evenings and many well-known names from around the world paid homage to Fred and traveled countless miles to witness for themselves his legendary skills.

    I state without fear of exaggerating that Fred was one of the all-time greats; especially with cards. - Dai Vernon

  26. Steranko on Cards

    Steranko on Cards by Jim Steranko


    One of our favorite books on card magic growing up. Steranko on Cards, as well as Totally Out of Control, were the first books to introduce us to the visual style of magic we have pursued.

    This book offers many fantastic sleights and tricks you'll have a lot of fun with.

  27. Full Metal Jacket

    Full Metal Jacket by Syd Segal


    A unique booklet on card magic put together by the creative minds of Syd Segal and legendary bar magician, JC Wagner.

    The 7 brand new routines explained represent a fresh approach to "commercial magic" and are designed to fool layman and magicians alike.

  28. Con Cam Coincidencia

    Con Cam Coincidencia by Paul Wilson


    A remarkable piece of showmanship that leaves your audience with nothing short of a miracle.

    In this interactive routine, the magician invites a few spectators to help. From a thoroughly shuffled deck, followed by a few extremely fair procedures, the audience encounters the most astonishing coincidence.

  29. Cherry Control

    Cherry Control by Ricky Smith


    Learn one of the most talked about card controls in card magic and a favorite among expert technicians. Because a card is controled in the action of a fan, there is built in motivation and nothing for your audience to suspect.

    Ricky Smith explains his Cherry Control in great detail, offering variations and applications for using this (fan)tactic control.

  30. Collectors Edition

    Collectors Edition by Syd Segal


    One of 7 original effects featured on Simply Sydney, an instructional DVD on the card magic of Syd Segal. In Collectors Edition, the Kings successfully locate and trap three selections, the feat is then repeated by the magician under test conditions. Not only do the selections reappear a second time in the magicians hands, but the King packet cleanly vanishes as well!

    Like what you see? Purchase the full DVD and get access to some of card magic's best kept secrets.

  31. Color Change

    Color Change by Ricky Smith

    Behold one of the oldest and most beautiful color changes in card magic. In this tutorial Ricky Smith teaches how to visually change one card into another along with one of our favorite card tricks by Victor Farelli called Up His Sleeve.
  32. DMB Spread Control

    DMB Spread Control by Dan and Dave

    A selected card is cleanly pushed into the deck and immediately controlled to the bottom with no apparent sleight of hand. Learn two version of this control along with a handful of applications including our version of The General Card, a Multiple Shift, a Switch, and a card at any number solution.
  33. Double Lift Workshop

    Double Lift Workshop by Paul Wilson

    Expert magician and sleight of hand artist Paul Wilson walks you through seven different methods for the Double Lift, an essential move in card magic. Learn refined technique on classic double lifts as well as a never before published method.
  34. Easy Aces

    Easy Aces by Paul Wilson

    From a shuffled deck, four random selections turnout to be the four aces of which vanish and reappear in this nearly self working routine devised by Paul Wilson.
  35. Fair Deal Kid

    Fair Deal Kid by Paul Wilson

    From a shuffled deck your spectator is asked to gather a group of cards, at random, onto the table. It's at this point you instruct him/her to deal the cards into three poker hands using a "secret code" known only to gamblers. The end result is a miracle. Fair Deal Kid is completely self-working and can be performed instantly after watching this tutorial.
  36. Flat Palm + Cop

    Flat Palm + Cop by John Carney


    Learn effective technique and practical tips on the Flat Palm and Cop. Expertly explained by master close-up magician John Carney.

    Like what you see? Purchase the full DVD.

  37. G.A.F.T.

    G.A.F.T. by Syd Segal


    One of 7 original effects featured on Simply Sydney, an instructional DVD on the card magic of Syd Segal. G.A.F.T. is a sandwich routine that includes a visual "split" of the selected card in to the "sandwiching" Jacks followed by a clean triplet of effects. A production, vanish and reappearance.

    This routine looks like real magic but be advised that the use of a double-face card is required.

  38. Killer Cop

    Killer Cop by Paul Wilson


    If you're familiar with the Gamblers Cop you'll be pleased with what Paul Wilson has to offer this time around. The Killer Cop is an excellent technique to steal one or multiple cards from the center of the deck in the natural action of cutting the deck.

  39. Mercurial Cards

    Mercurial Cards by John Carney


    Full of wonderful and useful sleight of hand techniques, Mercurial Cards is a beautifully constructed routine. It's upbeat, visual and full of surprises.

    Expertly explained by master close-up magician John Carney. This is one effect you will get more out of than you bargained for.

  40. Open Triumph

    Open Triumph by Dani DaOrtiz

    Within our library of books we’ve read countless variations of Triumph, many of which we feel are superior to Vernon’s original handling published in The Stars of Magic. However, Open Triumph by Dani DaOrtiz is as open, fair and visual as we have ever seen. Witness the ingenious thinking this spanish master of sleight of hand puts into all his magic with this amazing effect. Don’t close your eyes.
  41. Paul the Paul

    Paul the Paul by Paul Wilson

    From a shuffled deck, the magician spreads the cards across the table and asks a spectator to select any four cards. They are the four aces.
  42. Sachoff Aces

    Sachoff Aces by David Williamson

    From a shuffled deck... wait, there is no deck! Sachoff Aces allows you to produces playing cards at your fingertips from thin air. Produce as many cards you like, or just the four aces. The method is surprisingly simple yet extremely effective!
  43. Stabbed in the Back

    Stabbed in the Back by David Williamson

    More of a "stunt" or "display of skill" then an actual magic effect but in either case this quick litter fooler will take any onlooker by surprise. A selection is lost in the pack, then the Ace is removed and tossed into the deck from afar only to land perfectly positioned next to the selection à la ninja style.
  44. Tenkai-esque

    Tenkai-esque by John Carney


    Learn effective technique and practical tips on executing Tenkai-esque, an ingenious palming method created by master close-up magician John Carney.

    Like what you see? Purchase the full DVD.

  45. Top Change

    Top Change by David Williamson


    Discover the real work on one of the basic building blocks of card magic, the Top Change. Master magician David Williamson reveals 33 years of refined technique as well as invaluable tips on motivation, timing and misdirection. In addition, he also teaches two of his favorite card tricks using the Top Change and a neat little one-card production.

  46. FAN2C

    FAN2C by Paul Wilson

    Starting at: $9.95

    Imagine this, you're holding a lousy hand of poker spread at the fingertips. In a subtle action of riffling the edges of the cards, they seem to magically morph into a royal flush. The cards are visible the whole time and can immediately be handed out for examination.

  47. Mistaken Sandwich

    Mistaken Sandwich by Bill Goodwin


    One of 12 original effects featured on Reflection, an instructional DVD on the card magic of Bill Goodwin. In Mistaken Sandwich, a card is produced between two others. Realizing that it is not the selection, the magician causes it to change into the correct card. The three cards can be examined.

    Like what you see? Purchase the full DVD and get access to some of card magic's best kept secrets.

  48. Off Balance Transpo

    Off Balance Transpo by Bill Goodwin


    One of 12 original effects featured on Reflection, an instructional DVD on the card magic of Bill Goodwin. Off Balance Transpo is a three-phase routine where a selected card and the four Aces repeatedly switch places culminating with a visual transformation of the selection into the four Aces.

    Like what you see? Purchase the full DVD and get access to some of card magic's best kept secrets.

  49. Card Control

    Card Control by Arthur Buckley

    Card expert, Arthur Buckley, demonstrates tricks that have left theater audiences amazed, and that card-playing professionals have used profitably. It is not a book for beginners. But these shifts, palms, glides, false shuffles, cuts, fans, steals, and spectacular deceptions will help those with basic card expertise reach new levels of performance.
  50. By Forces Unseen

    By Forces Unseen by Ernest Earick


    When one enters card magic, the books are endless. Coming across By Forces Unseen is a special moment in any card magician's growth. It is a pleasure to read. Beautifully written and researched by Stephen Minch, you will find many other books mentioned in the references that will advance your pasteboard path. Ernest Earick is a genius. Simply put when you learn the routines in this book your appreciation for sleight of hand will captivate your imagination.The construction of effects and sleights stand the test of time. It is a must have.

  51. Mnemonica

    Mnemonica by Juan Tamariz

    A virtual encyclopedia on the subject of memorized-deck magic, by the world's leading exponent and one of magic's acknowledged masters. It is a book crammed with magic from the working repertoire of Juan Tamariz, magic that leaves everyone, public and magicians, utterly astounded. It is a book capable of changing the reader's entire approach to card magic, and a work that supports Juan Tamariz's reputation as one of the most important and creative thinkers in magic today.
  52. The Royal Road to Card Magic

    The Royal Road to Card Magic by Multiple Authors

    A cost-effective and proven book for beginners, Royal Road to Card Magic will teach a variety of techniques, flourishes, and effects, while setting up the beginner with a thorough grounding in the theory of the art. This book will teach you valuable lessons in a straight forward manner that will be beneficial and prove valuable throughout your studies, even at the highest levels of understanding. It is a bit antiquated in some aspects, like writing style, but the study will contribute greatly towards your ability to comprehend other books further on in your career.
  53. Smooth Operations

    Smooth Operations by Kevin Ho

    Starting at: $19.95

    Introducing the card magic and flourishes of Kevin Ho, Smooth Operations is a 60 page book explaining an array of new material for both the curious student and seasoned pro with over a hundred photo illustrations for an enjoyable learning experience.

    Step into a world of visual madness and experience the unexpected. Tools, Inventions and Applications for the Modern Card Magician.

  54. Collectors

    Collectors by Dan and Dave

    We've taken this classic and usually boring effect and given it STYLE. Two cards are selected and lost in the deck. As the four aces are magically produced, the selections mysteriously appear between them. This is as visual as it gets!
  55. Deja Vu

    Deja Vu by Dan and Dave


    A beautiful transposition effect with a clever plot about Déjà Vu that will leave your spectators wondering more about what they really just witnessed, or if it happened at all. 

    Any card is selected and sandwiched between the two red aces; these cards are clearly placed on the table. Another card is selected, however, the performer miscalls it as the first selection. This second selection is face up on top of the deck. With a snap, the card visually transforms into the first selection sandwiched between the red aces. The cards on the table are spread to reveal the second selection sandwiched between the black aces

  56. Fission for Aces

    Fission for Aces by Dan and Dave


    An eight is turned face up on top of the deck. In a splitting action, the eight is ripped into two fours of matching color. One of the fours is handed out, as the remaining four is this time split at the fingertips into two two's. Lastly, as you can imagine, a two is split into two aces.

    This quick trick is extremely visual - everything is done at the fingertips.

  57. Forte Flourish

    Forte Flourish by Dan and Dave

    The Forte Flourish is a unique method for producing a selected card by use of an illusion by Jerry Andrus that allows you to upright a ribbon spread from the table. Watch as one-by-one the cards cascade down leaving just the selection sticking up in the center of the deck.
  58. Hand to Mouth

    Hand to Mouth by Dan and Dave

    The spectator is instructed to push their protruding card flush with the deck... By this time the card is already in your mouth.
  59. Subway

    Subway by Dan and Dave


    Here's a completely modernized version of Earl Nelson's Submarine Sandwich. We've given the effect a few of our signature touches and added teleportation to the plot to make what was a good trick a gret routine.

  60. Swiss Made

    Swiss Made by Dan and Dave


    A remix of the classic Back in Time effect by Steve Freeman. If you know the Freeman trick, just imagine it with a face-up card and you've imagined this trick, seriously. In this effect you'll learn the db Spin Change, the most visual change we've created and the EASIEST change you'll ever do!

  61. TiVo Transpo

    TiVo Transpo by Dan and Dave

    Here's an instant two-card transposition effect. It can be done anytime and surrounded. One selection is placed face-down into deck center while the other remains face-up on top. Visually and with no sneaky moves the two cards transpose. You end clean!
  62. Twinsplit Remix

    Twinsplit Remix by Dan and Dave


    The three of clubs is shown at the fingertips in the left hand. You explain how the pips on the card are removable and you pinch the center pip of the three with the fingertips of the right hand. In a quick action, you visually pull off the center pip of the three leaving the ace of clubs in your right hand the two of clubs in your left hand. These cards can be cleanly shown front and back. You can then go on to replace the pip by tossing the ace into the two in which it visually transforms back into the three.

    This trick is so visual. The cards are always at the fingertips and face up. No duplicate cards or gimmicks required.

  63. The Trilogy

    The Trilogy by Dan and Dave

    Starting at: $84.95

    Our definitive collection containing over 6 hours of card tricks, card flourishes and everything else we have dreamt up with a deck of cards. It is a body of work that spans over ten years of study and practice.

    "Anyone looking to elevate their card magic should check this out."

  64. Blackjack Production

    Blackjack Production by Dan and Dave

    After shuffling and cutting the deck you're able to instantly produce the four aces in a manner inspired by Steve Freeman that requires little setup. Then, with a simple gesture the aces suddenly locate the four jacks giving you the production of four hands of blackjack.
  65. Card Across

    Card Across by Dan and Dave

    A selected card is left protruding from half the deck in your left hand while the other half remains in your right hand. Instantly and without the packets ever touching their card vanishes and reappears protruding face-up in the right hand packet. The card can be signed!
  66. Hedbergs Peak

    Hedbergs Peak by Dan and Dave


    If you ever need a quick trick to send that "wise guy" back to where he belongs, this is it! Leave your heckler completely stumped after thinking they had you all along. It's another quick transposition effect but opens several other possibilities with a new move called The V Switch.

  67. Hofzzy Osbourne

    Hofzzy Osbourne by Dan and Dave


    A nice remix of the classic Hofzinser Ace trick. Your spectators will swear you have some sort of supernatural powers. You literally set up the ending of the trick before you really even start.

    The magic really does happen in their hands.

  68. The Queens

    The Queens by Dan and Dave


    Watch close and don't blink as one-by-one the four Queens vanish in visual eye-candy only to re-appear all at once in this flourishy interpretation of Bill Goodwin's, The Queens.

  69. Sixty Nine

    Sixty Nine by Dan and Dave

    Here's a fun packet trick that you'll love to perform. The four sixes are shown while the performer jokes about how if he turns the six around and change it to a nine (pointing to an upside down six from the spectators point of view). The next time the performer turns them around, they really do change to nines and the cards can be handed out for examination.
  70. TiVo 2.0

    TiVo 2.0 by Dan and Dave


    A visual rendition of the two-card transposition plot. Imagine openly placing a selected card out-jogged in the center of the deck, turning the top card face-up and without ever covering either card, they instantly transpose.

    Additionally, you will learn awesome new double lift from the center of the deck.

  71. Spread Pass

    Spread Pass by Chad Nelson

    Before he created the Clip Shift, Chad Nelson began work on the Spread Pass. 10 years in development, Chad finally tips his own thoughts and finesses behind this truly classical card sleight by Paul LePaul.
  72. Surfaced

    Surfaced by Chad Nelson


    Learn the most visual card magic ever created and a revolutionary technique called the Clip Shift that will change your card magic forever.

    The Clip Shift is a utility move, like a double lift. It can also be used to palm a card, as a color change, a control, a pass and so much more. It's a move with infinite possibilities and on Surfaced are some of Chad's favorite applications and tricks.

    Detailed instruction shot with two cameras in high definition for a crystal clear learning experience.

  73. Avenue: Thinking & Direction in Card Magic

    Avenue: Thinking & Direction in Card Magic by Dorian Rhodell

    A study on classic principles reinvigorated for a modern audience. On this DVD you will learn several card miracles designed by magician, Dorian Rhodell.
  74. Triad

    Triad by Bill Goodwin


    A three-phase sandwich routine that progresses in both visual impossibility and appeal, leaving your spectators with an inexplicable climax of sheer magic. Learn each phase in detail, along with an additional sandwich effect by Jeff Semel.

    Along the way, you'll gain valuable knowledge with Bill's encyclopedic knowledge of card magic.

  75. Autocatch

    Autocatch by Dan and Dave


    A neat card trick, in the form of a stunt, that will fool your friends into believing what you say you're doing is actually true.

    One of 50+ original concepts featured on Andthensome. Like what you see? Purchase the full DVD!

  76. Manfred Shuffle

    Manfred Shuffle by Dan and Dave


    A unique approach to the in-the-hands false riffle shuffle that borrows ideas from Ron Wohl and Hank Miller. This method, however, puts the deck in full order without the need for a cut.

    One of 50+ original concepts featured on Andthensome. Like what you see? Purchase the full DVD!

  77. Portal

    Portal by Dan and Dave

    A visual teleportation of a selected card from one hand to the other. The effect combines a rhythmic display of cardistry and magic.
  78. Miller Cascade Control

    Miller Cascade Control by Dan and Dave

    Easily one of our favorite controls to execute, the Miller Cascade Control happens casually in the hands within a subtle action of airing out the deck. It's so discreet, your spectators can be burning your hands and there's nothing to suspect.
  79. Hofzinser's Aristocrats

    Hofzinser's Aristocrats by Kostya Kimlat

    A multi-phased rendition of the classic Hofzinser Ace Trick developed by Kostya Kimlat & Syd Segal. In this version the spectator is given a role and takes part in the routine by helping the magician find the selection through means of magic, mathematics, and awesomeness. Watch as Kostya's professional approach turns even the simplest card trick into a magical experience.
  80. Undercover Switch

    Undercover Switch by Kostya Kimlat

    A one card switch, an add-on, a color change, an alternative to the double lift! The Undercover Switch is a versatile sleight created by Ken Krenzel & Bary Price and heavily refined by Kostya Kimlat. In this tutorial Kostya not only thoroughly explains the mechanics, but provides considerable insight on how the sleight can be used to its fullest potential.
  81. Truffle Shuffle

    Truffle Shuffle by Derek DelGaudio

    Derek DelGaudio's Truffle Shuffle has been described as "the most deceptive false shuffle to date." It happens in the hands and resembles a standard Riffle Shuffle exactly, so there's nothing to suspect. Learn the shuffle and all the subtleties from one of the best card magicians today.
  82. Siamese Twins

    Siamese Twins by Bill Goodwin

    Starting at: $14.95

    For the first time ever on video, Bill teaches a flawless version of a classic in magic, Card Warp. Done completely at the fingertips and with only a single card, Siamese Twins is a beautiful illusion that is sure to amaze any audience.
  83. Pixel

    Pixel by David Jade

    From a deck of playing cards, a card is chosen at random and shuffled back in. Completely lost! A rubber band is wrapped around the deck and everything is placed on the table. Visually (with all eyes fixated on the deck) the selection leaps to the top, free from the rubber band.
  84. Svengali Control

    Svengali Control by Chad Nelson

    Svengali Control is an ingenious multiple shift that allows any number of cards to be controlled to the bottom of the deck in the casual manner of a dribble. It's so deceptive, it can even be done at a snails pace with nothing to suspect.
  85. Cartier

    Cartier by David Jade

    Oscillating between reality and the surreal, Cartier, one of our most visual color changes, straddles two worlds. One of fantastic technique; the other, incredible aesthetics. Performed entirely at the fingertips, the open and fair manner of the change will quickly usher Cartier into your working repertoire.
  86. Gambling Protection Series

    Gambling Protection Series by Steve Forte

    Steve Forte's acclaimed Gambling Protection Series is available on a 3-disc DVD set. Included is the original 4 volume series remastered as well as bonus features with never before seen footage and interviews. This is a must for anyone with an interest in card magic and or gaming.
  87. Venus Trap

    Venus Trap by Chris Brown


    Imagine being able to show a single card and invisibly switch it for another. This is just one of the many applications you'll acquire with the Venus Trap.

    "It's everything a double lift can accomplish, and more...with only a single card."

  88. Static

    Static by David Jade

    With the spectator's finger touching the top of the deck, the deck slowly splits itself in half. With a delicate touch, their chosen card shoots out of the pack. The deck is completely examinable before and after the effect. They will find nothing. They will have no explanation.
  89. Carousel

    Carousel by Irving Quant

    A surprisingly easy method for accomplishing an age-old card problem where 4 cards are inserted face-down into the deck and instantly transpose with 4 different cards which are now evenly distributed face-down in the deck. A seemingly impossible feat realized by Irving Quant and with "dare we say" no sleight of hand... almost.
  90. Effective Aces

    Effective Aces by Syd Segal


    You're going to love Syd Segal's astute rendition on the classic effect by Bill Simon. A spectator freely touches four cards in the deck which are removed and shown to be the four aces.

    The method is clean, simple, and very direct with no sleight of hand visible to the spectator.

  91. The Mysterious Deck

    The Mysterious Deck by Irving Quant

    Two face-up Kings are inserted at right angles into the center of the deck. As they pass through, one mysteriously turns face down. The effect is repeated, however, this time the face of the King disappears right before your eyes. For the third demonstration, a selected card having been lost into the deck appears face down between the Kings as they pass through the deck.
  92. Agatha

    Agatha by Irving Quant


    This beautifully constructed handling of Mr. Goodwin's "Slap Exchange" (At the Expense of Grey Matter, 1989) allows four cards to be lodged face-up in the deck before they are made to transpose with four others. Agatha eliminates the many sleight-heavy maneuvers needed to accomplish previous methods and provides a direct solutions to a classic card problem among the community.

    Completely impromptu using only sleight of hand and the ingenious thinking of Irving Quant.

  93. Reflection

    Reflection by Bill Goodwin

    An exquisite selection of eleven ingenious effects from one of our era's finest card magicians, Bill Goodwin. Included is material culled from his hard to find lecture notes as well as several effects never before published. This is the first time a collection of his secrets has ever been released on DVD. Using only an ordinary pack of cards, discover the secrets of a true sleight of hand artist and experience the deviant card magic of Bill Goodwin. With over 2.5 hours of performances, in-depth instruction and the complete history behind each routine and sleight, Reflectionis not simply a DVD on tricks, but an important course for the advancement of your card magic.
  94. 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.
  95. 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.
  96. Special K

    Special K by Will Houstoun

    This quick little effect is wonderful for both a close up and a parlour setting as it's not only very open and visible, but Will has constructed it in a way to automatically bring the audience's attention back up to the performer at the end. Not only is it a great trick, but a superb lesson in the design and execution of an effect.
  97. 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.
  98. Orbit Control

    Orbit Control by Chris Brown


    The Orbit Control is a variation of a Ken Krenzel idea for controlling a card to the top of the deck. Chris Brown's finessed applications allow this control to be executed surrounded and performed invisibly. It's versatile range of applications makes this control well worth your time to master it and use in your repertoire. 

    In addition to the Orbit Control, Chris also tips the Orbit Cop and Ambitious Orbit - a variation that can be applied as a visual color change.

  99. Quantum Mechanics

    Quantum Mechanics by Irving Quant


    A selection of Irving Quant's finest card magic featuring a revolutionary new technique for controlling not just a single card, but multiple cards in a way you probably never imagined. He calls it the Distribution Technique, and in our opinion, unlocks a whole new level for card magicians.

    The Distribution Technique is a utility move, like the Clip Shift, that can be applied to literally endless applications. On Quantum Mechanics, Irving explains many of its possibilities with several of his favorite effects.

  100. Riffle Pass

    Riffle Pass by Chad Nelson

    Chad Nelson shares his thoughts on the classic Riffle Pass. Although the technique borrows ideas from many magicians throughout history, it's his own finessed touches that make this variation blazing fast and executable under fire as a color change.
  101. Eric Goldfarb EP

    Eric Goldfarb EP by Eric Goldfarb

    A collection of original sleight of hand techniques and routines by New York magician, Eric Goldfarb.
  102. Groove Electric Switch

    Groove Electric Switch by Doc Docherty


    Doc Docherty's Groove Electric Switch is an indiscernible technique for switching an out-jogged card from a fan. It's mechanically beautiful but also practical with built in motivation for execution. Apart from its literal applications, it can also be used to force, control or change any card. Included in this in-depth tutorial, you will learn the basic move, five applications, and three routines.

  103. SPread Control

    SPread Control by Spencer Peterson


    Spencer Peterson is a young magician from New York City with a plethora of good ideas. One of those ideas is a variation of the Miller Cascade Control done under the guise of a table spread.

    Check out some of the sweet applications and tricks!

  104. Unexpected Upjog

    Unexpected Upjog by Doc Docherty


    The Unexpected Upjog is a mechanical method for producing one to several cards from a table spread. It happens instantaneously and automatically and is a surprising way to produce either a selection or the four Aces. The concept has no doubt been around for decades, but as far as we know, no sure-fire technique has ever been published... until now. 

    Doc Docherty, creator of the Groove Electric Switch, is at it again with another highly visual and not too difficult card sleight, this time in the form of a revelation - literally!

  105. Zoso Change

    Zoso Change by Doc Docherty


    The Zoso Change is an extremely easy to do visual color change of one card into another and back again.

    As a bonus, on the tutorial, Doc teaches his Paft Change, a method for changing a single card three times.

  106. 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."

  107. Monet

    Monet by Alex Pandrea


    A new take on the classic Paint Brush Change by Roy Walton that allows for multiple color changes of a single playing card.

    On this tutorial Alex Pandrea teaches you the method in detail along with several neat applications.

  108. T.O.P.

    T.O.P. by Alex Pandrea


    Alex Pandrea brings new light to an old move in card magic, something that should have been done ages ago. T.O.P. allows you to control a selected card to the top or bottom of the deck with little sleight of hand required. It can be used to force any card onto a spectator among other useful applications.

    Detailed explanation with 3 full effects included.

  109. AP Spread Control

    AP Spread Control by Alex Pandrea


    A bold new approach to Marlo's Convincing Control, a classic sleight in card magic. Devised by Alex Pandrea, the AP Spread Control is a universal tool for controlling a card to the top or bottom of the deck while out-jogged from a spread.

    Three techniques are explained, including a one-handed method that just might become your new favorite.

  110. Orbinase Change

    Orbinase Change by Chris Brown

    Integrating ideas from Ross Bertram and Ernest Earick, the Orbinase Change is an updated and open handling of the S.W. Erdnase classic two-handed transformation.
  111. Panini

    Panini by Lee Asher

    Ace of Spades magically transforms into the signed selection. It's simple, direct and a lots of fun to show around. These are three qualities we've come to appreciate in Lee Asher's material - and Panini is no exception. This entry-level card routine is impromptu, works under fire and never fails to impress.
  112. Avant-Cards

    Avant-Cards by Tom Gagnon


    Over twenty years in the making, Tom Gagnon is proud to release the beautifully hardbound, oversized format AVANT-CARDS: Tom's first and only large collection of original, baffling, close-up card magic. 

    Written by Wesley James, edited by Matthew Field, includes 568 illustrations by Tom, over sixty tricks, techniques, and routines packed into over two hundred pages.

  113. Handcrafted Card Magic

    Handcrafted Card Magic by Denis Behr

    Starting at: $39.95

    An excellent assortment of clever and original card magic by one of Germany's finest close-up magicians.

  114. Ambitious Explosion

    Ambitious Explosion by Lee Asher


    It was this effect by Lee Asher that influenced our own style of card magic and spawned a new generation of young magicians performing visual close-up magic.

    With three phases beginning with the Silver Surfer - an animated handling to double lift that instantly brings life to the effect, followed by Slap Happy - an awesome way to bring a selected card to top. INSTANTLY! And finally, ending with an Ambitious Explosion , still one of our favorite four-ace productions.

  115. Mysterio's Encyclopedia of Magic

    Mysterio's Encyclopedia of Magic by Gabe Fajuri


    Experience a complete course in magic with Mysterio's Encyclopedia of Magic and Conjuring - a giant compilation of more than 300 tricks and variations. 

    Here are illustrated step-by-step instructions for rope tricks, money magic, mind-reading effects, stage illusions, everyday magic, and plenty of all-new card tricks. Readers will learn how to bend spoons, stretch handkerchiefs, levitate glassware, make small children disappear, shuffle playing cards with aplomb, and much more-everything from simple street-magic effects to epic on-stage illusions. Mysterio's Encyclopedia of Magic and Conjuring is a beautifully designed reference for magicians of all ages and abilities. 

  116. Spring St. Aces

    Spring St. Aces by Steve Forte


    As the cards are sprung face up from hand to hand, the dealer is able to stop dead on an Ace. This is repeated three more times until all four Aces have been found. An impeccable feat to say the least.

    Spring St. Aces was created by Steve Forte and originally appeared in Channel One magazine as Springing the Aces.

  117. Riffle Shuffle Action Palm

    Riffle Shuffle Action Palm by Michael Feldman


    This method for obtaining a Top Palm is concealed in the action of shuffling the cards and can be performed nearly surrounded.

    As a bonus, learn how to produce the palmed card from inside a card box.

  118. Triumph v136

    Triumph v136 by Ben Train & Syd Segal


    The following approach was originally brought to the table by Syd Segal in Full Metal Jacket (2005) under the name Very Fair Triumph. Learn this updated handling by Ben Train who offers personalization, history and clear teaching instruction making this video a worthwhile investment.

  119. Maestro

    Maestro by Rene Lavand


    Experience the incredible magic of Rene Lavand on 4 DVDs with 8 hours of performance, explanations and interviews.

    Rene Lavand is a true master of magic. An elegant and dextrous magician who turns every performance into a theatrical experience. Now you can see Rene Lavand performing his professional show at the Ajuda National Palace in Lisbon, Portugal. Shot on multiple cameras and in high quality video this is an opportunity to see Rene Lavand at his best.

  120. Magical Mathematics

    Magical Mathematics by Persi Diaconis

    Magical Mathematics reveals the secrets of amazing, fun-to-perform card tricks--and the profound mathematical ideas behind them--that will astound even the most accomplished magician. Persi Diaconis and Ron Graham provide easy, step-by-step instructions for each trick, explaining how to set up the effect and offering tips on what to say and do while performing it. Each card trick introduces a new mathematical idea, and varying the tricks in turn takes readers to the very threshold of today's mathematical knowledge. For example, the Gilbreath Principle--a fantastic effect where the cards remain in control despite being shuffled--is found to share an intimate connection with the Mandelbrot set. Other card tricks link to the mathematical secrets of combinatorics, graph theory, number theory, topology, the Riemann hypothesis, and even Fermat's last theorem.
  121. Trigger by Valdemar Gestur

    Trigger by Valdemar Gestur


    Trigger is a stunning and surprising effect that looks like trick photography. The solution is impossible to reconstruct, yet seems fair and is easily achieved.

    After a card is shuffled into the center, the deck is wrapped tightly with a rubber band, sealing the card within. At your command, the band passes through the entire deck with the exception of a single card, which shoots out from the center for a dynamic and visual effect.

  122. Dead Lock

    Dead Lock by Michael Stern


    Michael's modern take on the old school Rising Card trick is great for both the beginner looking to dabble and the lazy professional. Although the method is easy, the effect stands strong.

    After accidentally causing the wrong card to rise from the pack the magician magically changes it into the selection. Almost no sleight of hand is required and you end clean with the selection protruding from the middle of the deck.

  123. Scoop

    Scoop by Dan and Dave


    Similar in concept to Autocatch, this effect will fool your friends into thinking that you can actually "scoop" a chosen card off the table with superhuman pinpoint accuracy between two face-up cards.

  124. Bullet to the Brain

    Bullet to the Brain by Paul Wilson


    A unique twist on an old Harvey Rosenthal idea where two jokers appear around a thought of card. In this method Paul Wilson not only predicts the thought of card but causes it to vanish.

    In hindsight you achieve two effects in one, both a prediction and vanish of a thought of card.

  125. Think Stop

    Think Stop by Paul Wilson


    A collection of two effects beautifully condensed into one routine. Think Stop is a powerful cold-reading effect that requires very little skill.

    From a shuffled deck, instantly know what card your spectator is thinking of. Then, without looking at the card, cause it to rise from the deck.

  126. Fourgasm

    Fourgasm by Kevin Ho


    Instantly produce four face-up cards as a display of skill or a dynamic introduction to an effect with this insanely awesome revelation from Kevin Ho.

  127. Commodore 64

    Commodore 64 by Chris Mayhew


    Instead of single cards switching places, like TiVo 2.0 for example, Chris has come up with a diabolical way to make a pair of cards change places with a single card! Even better, right? It looks like trick photography so don't blink or you'll miss the magic.

    Within the explanation Chris teaches two variations, one of which is 100% angle-proof so you can use it in any situation! You’ll also learn two extremely useful sleights that can be applied to countless other routines.

  128. PCP

    PCP by Kevin Ho


    Four Jacks are counted between your hands as they seem to visually change into the four Aces. PCP was inspired by our very own Sixty Nine and is another great four-card revelation by Kevin Ho to add to your repertoire.

  129. Anti-Faro by Christian Engblom

    Anti-Faro by Christian Engblom

    Starting at: $14.95

    The Anti-Faro is a groundbreaking discovery and a singular leap forward into the design and construction of effects utilizing the faro.

    It is no surprise Christian's method for unshuffling the cards has reached legendary acclaim in recent years. Once thought impossible to achieve, the Anti-Faro has evolved mechanically from a concept to an efficient technique with practical applications.

  130. King Brand

    King Brand by Bill Goodwin

    In honor of the 10 year anniversary of The Penumbra magazine, we're privileged to present this effect published in the first issue. For a decade now, King Brand has been a favorite trick of ours. Visually dynamic, the effect couldn't be simpler: The deck is removed and only four cards are presented, the two red Kings and and the two black fours. With one pair sandwiched between the other, they visually trade places under impossible conditions. The plot builds in three phases with the final trasposition happening in a spectators own hand.
  131. Trixel by Valdemar Gestur

    Trixel by Valdemar Gestur

    Several years ago we introduced you to Pixel, the visual masterpiece from David Jade that has since become one of our best selling tricks. Then came Trigger and now Valdemar Gestur is back at it with Trixel. In hindsight, Trixel is the reverse effect to Pixel. Instead of causing a selected card to leap to the top, free from the rubber band, you trap the selection with the rubber band after wrapping it around the entire deck moments before. The effect must be seen to believe!
  132. Flow Change by Valdemar Gestur

    Flow Change by Valdemar Gestur

    Visually change a playing card into something else of value, like a spectators selection. Flow Change is Valdemar Gestur's unique version of a classic color change in card magic. The difference? This method ends completely clean. The best part, it's extremely easy to do!
  133. Click by Valdemar Gestur

    Click by Valdemar Gestur

    A visual color change performed under impossible conditions. A face-up card is secured to the top of the deck under a rubber band wrapped tightly around the cards. With a snap of the band down onto the card, it instantly changes. Not only can you see it, you can hear it change too! Click is extremely visual with nothing to suspect. Use it as a color change, revelation or ending to an ambitious card routine. The possibilities are up to you.
  134. Target by Valdemar Gestur

    Target by Valdemar Gestur

    Starting at: $3.95

    With no hands, threads or magnets, a deck mysteriously cuts itself to the exact location of a spectator’s card. If that isn't enough, the magician may then command the card to be pulled from the center by an invisible force. With all eyes on the deck, this moment will leave your audience screaming. The secret is a versatile new gimmick you won't want to be without. It's undetectable and allows for everything to be handed out with literally nothing to find. Although the gimmick may be purchased at your local drugstore, you are welcome to purchase a supply from us.
  135. The Unreal Work

    The Unreal Work by Paul Wilson & Jason England

    Starting at: $19.95

    The Unreal Work 2: Cheaters on a Train reveals more powerful methods for cheating at cards. Learn thirteen professional routines guaranteed to fool and fascinate your audience. Paul and Jason share secrets from their personal repertoires, drawing from decades of study into the world of crooked gambling. From devastating false shuffles, slug controls and false deals to baffling feats of skill and fascinating exposes, The Unreal Work 2 is an unmissable toolbox filled with material for anyone interested in gambling sleight of hand or card magic.
  136. David's Cull

    David's Cull by David González

    Starting at: $14.95

    David's cull is a work of beautiful simplicity. He has engineered a technique that is as certain as it is ingenious. Spread through the deck once and you can instantly produce any cards desired. We've watched David perform it many times. If you're serious about sleight of hand with cards, this is an essential addition to your arsenal.
  137. T-Change by Jeff Prace

    T Change by Jeff Prace

    The T Change from Jeff Prace is a stunning color change that's surprisingly easy to do. Additionally, unlike similar color changes, the T Change doesn't leave a reversed card in the center, so you're left completely clean. From an ordinary deck, a card is turned face up and inserted into the center. Without any cover, the card visually morphs into another. It's simplicity is magical and the T Change is a great way to reveal a selected card regardless of your skill level.
  138. 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!
  139. The Art of Switching Decks

    The Art of Switching Decks by Roberto Giobbi


    In The Art of Switching Decks, Roberto Giobbi, the world-renowned author of Card College and other modern classics of card magic, teaches dozens of methods for imperceptibly switching decks. More important, he shows that it isn't difficult manipulation that makes these switches totally deceptive--rather, it's psychological principles: principles that allow the reader to apply and modify deck switching techniques to suit any circumstance.

    All this is accomplished without the use of special gimmicks or apparatus. The only things required to do these professional switches are decks of cards and your pockets. And along the way, Giobbi explains some very strong card magic.

  140. Expert Card Technique

    Expert Card Technique by Jean Hugard & Frederick Braué


    In this definitive work on card technique, step-by-step instructions teach you the correct methods for the basic manipulations and the more advanced flourishes, and only then allow you to learn tricks.

    Offering the most foolproof methods available, Jean Hugard and Frederick Braue explain such basic manipulation as the palm, the shuffle, the lift, the side slip, the pass, the glimpse, the jog and the reverse. They detail various false deals, crimps and changes and the more advanced execution needed for forces, fans and the use of the prearranged deck.

  141. Leap of Faith by David Regal

    Leap of Faith by David Regal

    Leap of Faith is a beautifully constructed piece of visual card magic by David Regal. It has all the elements that make for a good card trick including presentation, misdirection, and sleight of hand. The effect is straightforward; a card magically travels from one place to another. If you didn't get that, David makes it even more clear in the video. We love how both the effect and method take use of the kings. Check out Kevin Ho's Fourgasm for a great way to start the trick off.
  142. Flux Deal

    Flux Deal by Alex Moffat


    A diabolical switch that allows for the seamless and constant change of cards dealt onto the table.

    Switch one card or many cards, cause cards to visually change, force cards, and more. The Flux Deal is great for mathematical tricks, gambling demonstrations, and transpositions. The possibilities are endless!

    The deal is not only imperceptible, but indistinguishable. With practice, the switch will even fool you.

  143. Japan Ingenious

    Japan Ingenious by Richard Kaufman

    In collaboration with Steve Cohen, Richard Kaufman brings us another beautifully bound book full of original magic. Japan Ingenious is a fine collection of tricks and routines that further cements the Japanese reputation for unusual thinking. Learn 65 effects from 21 of Japan's most creative magicians. It would be difficult not to find something that piques your curiosity.
  144. WeFlex Change

    WeFlex by Lance Pierce

    A remarkable transformation of a playing card unlike any other. Taking place away from the deck, WeFlex is a single-card color change. It all happens at the fingertips, so it's all very open. With apparently just the flexing of a card back and forth, it changes right before your eyes. WeFlex is as beautiful as it is graceful, and in our opinion is one of the most elegant and magical color change ever created.
  145. 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.
  146. 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.
  147. 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.
  148. 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.
  149. 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.
  150. 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.
  151. 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.
  152. 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.
  153. 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.

  154. 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.
  155. 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.
  156. 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.
  157. 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.
  158. 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.
  159. 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.
  160. 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.
  161. 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.
  162. 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.
  163. 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.
  164. 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.
  165. 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.
  166. 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!
  167. 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.
  168. 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.
  169. 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.
  170. 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.
  171. 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.
  172. 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.
  173. 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.
  174. 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.
  175. 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.
  176. 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.
  177. 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.
  178. 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.

  179. 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.

  180. 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.
  181. Paint Can by Juan Tamariz

    The Paint Can by Juan Tamariz

    Jaun Tamariz brings us The Paint Can. What begins as a spirited examination of a playing card ends in three rapid yet fair color changes that will leave your audience guessing for days to come.
  182. The Prace Rise

    The Prace Rise by Jeff Prace

    Jeff Prace brings us The Prace Rise. A selected card genuinely rises from the center of the pack, but what’s even more astounding - it's entirely gimickless. If you’re looking for a rising card plot to perform and keep, look no further. Jeff Prace has permanently changed the rising card for the better.
  183. That Esculated Quickly

    That Escalated Quickly by Harapan Ong


    Harapan Ong is an acclaimed creator of magic and an expert card technician. His inventions have been distributed widely amongst the community and have inspired countless magicians all over the world.

    We are honored to present That Escalated Quickly, a brand new effect from Harapan that begins with a very simple procedure of perplexing, yet logical results. Quickly, however, the stakes are escalated to an unaccountable display that'll leave your spectators scratching their heads for days.

  184. Revelation

    Revelation by Dai Vernon


    Welcome to Dai Vernon's legendary annotations for The Expert at the Card Table by S.W. Erdnase. This new over-size book was triggered by the discovery of more than 160 long-lost photographs of Dai Vernon's hands that were taken in 1961 specifically to illustrate this manuscript. It is as close as you will ever get to a personal session with The Professor.

  185. Stuff: A Collection of Original Magic

    Stuff: A Collection of Original Magic by Eric Mason

    Eric Mason was not only a brilliant inventor and magician; he was a creative and talented illustrator. In this beautifully designed book, Mason showcases these qualities and offers a collection of original magic that has received acclaim from such legendary magicians as Roy Walton, Fred Robinson, Gordon Bruce, and Peter Duffie, to name just a few.
  186. Versatile Card Magic

    Versatile Card Magic by Frank Simon

    One of our favorite books on card magic. It features a very well thought out method for the Convincing Control, one of card magic's most ingenious techniques, and looks at variations and applications in a degree that is truly rare in the field. In addition to learning the elegant technique and the numerous variations, you will also encounter one of the best sources for card magic effects on the planet.
  187. Card College on DVD

    Card College on DVD by Roberto Giobbi


    Roberto Giobbi's remarkable Card College books have become the groundbreaking course in the subject - an analysis of the art, science, technique and philosophy of card magic. Card College has changed the way a generation of magicians have learned card magic, and changed the way they think about it.

    On this four volume DVD set Roberto not only demonstrates and explains the primary techniques of card magic, quickly giving you the ability and skills you need for performance, but also shares the wealth of his experience, based on years of successful performing. And if you're already a pro you'll find advanced material, moves, sleights and psychology to enhance your performance and shows.

  188. Inner Card Trilogy

    Inner Card Trilogy by Dai Vernon

    Widely considered to be the greatest collection of Vernon's brilliant and influential card magic, the original three volumes have been combined into one sensational book with 240 pages of exceptional effects. Complete with over 190 photographs of the Professor's hands, you'll find such Vernon classics as The Notis Stop Trick, Twisting The Aces, McDonald's $100 Routine, Cards To Pocket, The Trick That Cannot Be Explained, Blindfold Poker Deal, Three Card Monte and lots more.
  189. Masterfile

    Masterfile by Lennart Green


    Here for the first time Lennart Green reveals the secrets behind his award winning professional act and dozens more card and close-up routines, sleights, flourishes and the incredible card controls that have made his performances legendary.

    Also included two hours of exclusive interview material.

  190. The Paper Engine

    The Paper Engine by Aaron Fisher


    Larry Jennings remarked that Aaron Fisher was the most promising young card magician he had seen in the past twenty years.

    Johnny Thompson says, "The material in this book is top notch, and I guarantee it will enhance the repertoire of any serious student of card magic immensely."

  191. One-Hand Popover

    One-Hand Popover by Aaron Fisher


    Aaron Fisher has been working with One-Hand Popover for 16 years, and in this one hour DVD, he'll share every discovery he's made with you. You learn amazing effects he's never shared before, but more than that, you'll learn every secret you need to get the same reaction Aaron does from this amazing sleight.

  192. Zarrow: A Lifetime of Magic

    Zarrow: A Lifetime of Magic by David Ben

    Containing over one hundred and fifty of Herb's most cherished secrets, sleights and routines, most of which appear here in print for the first time. The book, a distillation of one humble man's journey to the essence of his art, is destined to join a short list of true classics of magic.
  193. The Annotated Erdnase

    The Annotated Erdnase by Darwin Ortiz


    The top card men in the world disagree on many things. One thing they all agree on is that no other book in the history of card manipulation deserves careful study more than The Expert at the Card Table. After one hundred years, it is still considered the foundation upon which modern card magic is based. It contains some of the most perfectly constructed sleights in all of card magic. Even more important are the profound lessons in the real secrets of magic: naturalness, attention to detail, uniformity of action and the psychology of deception. For a century, the methods of S.W. Erdnase have been studied, practiced and written about by countless card experts. One person who spent a lifetime studying every detail of this landmark book is Darwin Ortiz.

  194. Card Magic for Amateurs and Professionals

    Card Magic for Amateurs and Professionals by Bill Simon


    Hands down, one of our favorite books on card magic is Effective Card Magic by Bill Simon (republished as Card Magic For Amateurs and Professionals by Dover). The book is full of wonderful card magic tricks and sleights. And like the title suggest, it’s perfect for anyone interested in the subject.

    It will prove to be a great start if you’re just getting into card magic.

  195. Impossible Card Magic

    Impossible Card Magic by Ray Kosby


    Rarely will you find card magic as visually stunning as this. Ray Kosby's magic can only be seen to be believed.

    Prepare to be inspired!

  196. Past Midnight

    Past Midnight by Benjamin Earl

    We are proud to offer the debut material by one of the best underground card magicians in the world, Benjamin Earl. This new DVD set comprises three volumes of startling original material that will surely find its way into the repertoires of hobbyists and professionals alike.
  197. If an Octopus Could Palm

    If an Octopus Could Palm by Dan and Dave

    Dan and Dave's first book reveals over a dozen conceptual palming techniques designed to inspire new ways of thinking about the age-old practice of holding out. Highlights include a method for replacing a bottom palmed card to the top of the deck, a switch loading a palmed card beneath the top card in the action of turning it over, a variation of the Miller Cascade Control that allows for the card to be palmed and a streamlined approach for executing the Diagonal Palm Shift from a peek. Limited availability. Includes a commemorative deck of playing cards.
  198. Utopia

    Utopia by Dani DaOrtiz


    Everyone is talking about him. His methods are unique, his presentations brilliantly entertaining. Now he reveals all on this incredible DVD box set. Four discs of wonderful magic plus an interview by Luis de Matos.

    Incredible magic from one the world’s most astonishing magicians… Dani DaOrtiz!

  199. Erdnase Unmasked

    Erdnase Unmasked by Richard Hatch


    For over a hundred years, the identity of the author of Artifice, Ruse and Subterfuge at the Card Table, known colloquially as The Expert at the Card Table, has perplexed practitioners of magic and historians alike. For many, it is the last great, unresolved mystery of twentieth century magic. That is, until now.

    Magicana is pleased to publish the findings of Richard Hatch, the world's pre-eminent authority on the subject, along with sleight-of-hand artist David Ben's profile of the author drawn from the content of the book. Together, they make a compelling case that one man - E. S. Andrews - was the author of this seminal text.

  200. Revelations by Dai Vernon

    Revelations by Dai Vernon

    It's been 30 years since the initial release of Revelations, the monumental video set that immortalized the life and work of perhaps one of the greatest magicians who ever lived - the Professor himself, Dai Vernon. In celebration, we are proud to offer the 30th Anniversary Box Set which features all 17 volumes of Revelations digitally remastered on 8 DVDs. Also included are three bonus DVDs that contain extremely rare footage of Vernon lectures from the 1970's and four audio CDs of Vernon lectures from the 1960s. Everything is packaged in a full color slipcase with two commemorative booklets making this set one of the most desirable magic keepsakes ever released.
  201. The Complete Walton

    The Complete Walton by Roy Walton


    We are very pleased to announce that The Complete Walton is back in print.

    These new volumes have been re-edited, printed and bound to an exceptional standard using the original diagrams. They are beautiful.

    Dai Vernon once described Roy Walton as "Truly Brilliant". Read these books and you'll know why. The Complete Walton includes literally hundreds of effects using an ordinary deck of playing cards. The body of work clearly reveals how obsessed with playing cards Roy is, and is a collection you'll be coming back to for years to come.

    Both volumes are included. That's over 600 pages covering well over 200 effects with playing cards.

  202. The Code by Andy Nyman

    The Code by Andy Nyman

    The Code is more than a method. It's a system you can use to create effects of your own, read minds, and blow people away. One powerful, simple, dangerous secret from the mind of Andy Nyman. Instantly divine the name and location of a selected card - with NO forces, NO sleights, no memorization, and without even looking at the chosen card. On this DVD you will learn a a diabolical tool with contributions from Chris Kenner, Steve Cohen, and Jonathan Bayme. A closely guarded secret — now YOURS. Free selections - no force.
  203. Velocity Card Throwing

    Velocity by Ricky Smith Jr.

    The undisputed king of throwing playing cards is finally tipping the secret behind his technique. Learn to throw a playing card up to 92 mph, with pinpoint accuracy, in this all new instructional video from Ricky Smith Jr. Rick Smith Jr. is THE card throwing champion for speed, distance and accuracy. Not only that, he is a WORLD RECORD HOLDER for throwing a playing card 216 feet and 4 inches at a top speed of 92 miles per hour.
  204. Hollingworth Collection

    Hollingworth Collection by Guy Hollingworth

    Now Available individually! Click HERE to find out more. Six years ago we began a voyage to produce a project that possessed potential to transform the world of magic. Today that journey culminates with the release of the Hollingworth Collection, and needless to say, our groundbreaking expectations have been far surpassed. With the aid of the Hollingworth Collection, a compendium of original and updated material spanning The London Collection, Routines, and The Reformation, we are confident that Guy will influence you, much like he did us, for the better. Signed and limited to 1,000 copies.
  205. Nothing as it Seems

    Nothing as it Seems by Ricky Smith

    Ricky Smith is an underground sensation and is regarded by many to be one of the greatest practitioners of sleight of hand with cards. Ricky’s newest and finest set of lecture notes were written to accompany his lecture for the attendees of The Golden Gate Gathering convention. The contents are just as hilarious to read through as they are enlightening, and there are many gems hidden within. The essays regarding overhand shuffling and second dealing are deep and thorough, and The Art of Using the Coat as a Servante has the potential to change your life. Also included are details regarding his fascinating exploration of the Diagonal Palm Shift, several entertaining tricks, and many improvements on techniques that you may already know. Printed exclusively for the the attendees of The Golden Gate Gathering. Offered here, are the last remaining copies. Each set includes a deck of Vintage Plaid, California Blue playing cards.
  206. The Experts at the Card Table

    The Experts at the Card Table by David Ben

    The Experts at the Card Table is a new interpretation of the seminal work on card cheating, Artifice, Ruse and Subterfuge at the Card Table, self-published originally by an S. W. Erdnase, in Chicago in 1902. Here, Ben offers a fresh and new perspective on what he describes as “The Erdnase System for Advantage Play” – that is, an approach for cheating at card play. Ben has reformulated Erdnase’s original prose for greater clarity in order to illustrate clandestine card table artifice including how to secretly locate desired cards, and secure and stock them for the deal. The reader is taught, in great detail, using over 750 photographs, how to falsely shuffle and cut the deck, and manage and maintain the desired cards while creating the illusion that the cards are being thoroughly mixed. Finally, the reader is instructed how to place the controlled cards into desired hands.

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