A card is selected from a regular deck (say the Eight of Spades). A prediction envelope is displayed and four jumbo cards (7"x4.5") are removed in a stack.
The face card is the Ace of Hearts. The spectator is asked if he selected the Ace of Hearts. When he answers no, the cards are fanned as you say, "How about the Ace of...
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Any card is freely selected, signed and returned to your deck. A picture of a matchbox is drawn on the bottom card of the deck. The matchbox is given a shake. The picture animates and the drawing of the matchbox magically opens!
But that is not...
"If you want to tell people what cards they're thinking of under the most strict looking conditions... you need the Ninja Tossed-Out Deck System." - Patrick G Redford
The Tossed-Out Deck System Involves:
Peter's exquisitely engineered gimmick does it all. YOU CLEARLY SHOW THERE'S NOTHING STICKING OUT OF YOUR BACK POCKET...JUST YOUR BASIC INNOCENT BACK POCKET. YOUR HANDS ARE EMPTY AND NEVER COME NEAR THE BACK POCKET. AND YET...A bizarre moment later you turn to show your pocket again...and now THE CARD HAS SUDDENLY APPEARED...STICKING...
Imagine introducing a single playing card from your pocket without showing anyone the face of the card. Have the spectator call out any card through a process of their imagination. When your spectator reveals the card they're thinking of, you turn the card over to show that the prediction hits. Works EVERY TIME!
The performer shows two empty metal bowls to be empty. He pours rice into one bowl from a rice pot, places the other bowl mouth to mouth with the first one. Next he turns over the two bowls together several times, separates them, the rice is found to have doubled, as it overflows from the bowl in which it is contained....
Pop Haydn is a six-time award winner at the world-famous Magic Castle in Hollywood.
This is one of his signature routines, first created in 1968 when he was working as a street performer in New York City. It is eight solid minutes of amazing magic, comedy, and charm.
This DVD contains HD video of Pop's...
You show a small bottle of drink which can be examined. You unscrew the cap from the bottle and take a sip. You then push the cap into the bottom of the bottle where it vanishes and reappears back on top of the bottle, actually screwed back on. Can be immediately handed out again for examination.
The Open Prediction is a premise that most of the great card magic titans have tackled. But NEVER has their been a version so clean, so practical, so perfect, than this one by Manuel Llaser. Joshua Jay and Juan Tamariz can be seen performing it, as well as many other top card men.
Why? Here are three reasons:
A light bulb is placed inside a clear zip lock bag. The bag is held by the mentalist when suddenly the bulb shatters into pieces.
Easy to do...anywhere, anytime!
"This is a great accessory to use with a magnet or steel. Its's simply a coin with a magnet inside, so this coin will be attracted for any magnet or steel. It's very useful for the use as an accessory for tricks such as ""The Bat"" or some matrix routines."
Without a doubt, the best version of Card to Wallet.
Why? Because there is no need to palm the card!
If you have seen or even practiced "Signed Card to Wallet" (The card signed by the spectator disappears from the packet, then it appears in the magician's wallet.).
This great effect guarantees...
A great walk around effect which can be performed at any time.
A small brass box has been on the table or in the spectator's pocket throughout your act.
The spectator is asked to identify her Zodiac sign; we'll assume she says 'Gemini'. The performer then names his, we'll assume it is 'Taurus'.
What the coin shell did for coin magic the "Card Shell" is doing for card magic. Perform incredible mentalism, rising cards, card from pocket and more. The Deck Shell is constructedwith a metal core and looks exactly like a standard bicycle card box. A utility you must have!
Photo is a mere reflection of reality.
Imagine your spectator signs a blank card.
With your spectator's phone, a photo of spectator holding their own signed blank card is taken.
The spectator thinks of a playing card.
Their own signed blank card turns into a SIGNED thought of card in their OWN phone. This...
With this effect you will learn how to make coins travel from one hand to the other.
You will also learn the secrets behind this amazingly simple effect and how to achieve a flawless transfer.
From the mind of Chris Hare Mindboggler comes the ultimate diary trick!
Imagine handing your spectator a birthday book. With your back turned they turn to their birthday page. You state each page has the name of a lucky playing card at the top. They look and remember the card and then close the book. You now turn back to face...
This great new coin set from Johnny Wong is perfectly named. It is truly a dream come true!
There are so many routines possible with this coin set, and we are positive you will "dream" up even more.
You will learn a fabulous Coin Assembly, a version of Three Fly that will make your audience's eyes pop, the Production of...
Lynx Magic brings you Hands Off Prediction, a magic trick that will fool both laymen and magicians alike.
The magician shows a deck of cards, being all different and in random order.
Then, the magician takes an envelope that contains a prediction and places it in full view on the table.
Next he hands the deck to a spectator...
One of the best card routines you will ever do!
You freely display a mediocre Poker hand with blue (or red) backs. You square the cards, make a magical gesture (if you like) and immediately show that the five cards changed into the best possible Poker hand--A Royal Flush. For an unbelievable ending you now turn the cards face down...
Five spectators are asked come up on stage and each of them takes an envelope at random.
After a introduction about the possibility of being able to influence the choices and behavior of human beings, the mentalist asks the spectators on stage to position themselves in a seemingly random order.
The audience, however, once...
The performer brings out a small object concealed in his hand. This is given to a participant to hold in his or her left hand, without the person viewing it. The performer comments, "Although you can't see it, you can feel that it's a plastic chip, perhaps for some sort of game like Poker. Well, playing cards are often used for game-playing,...
The magician shows a 5 cent euro coin and a 10 cent euro coin in his left hand. He closed both hands. When he opens his hands, he finds only a 5 cent euro coin because the 10 cent euro coin has traveled to the other hand.
While holding one coin between thumb and finger another coin is carefully balanced on it's edge. For even a more dramatic effect, the same coin can be turned while balanced!