Got A Light?
by Matt Wayne
The 21st Century Three Shell Game
Matt Wayne's Got a Light? is a classic effect with a high-tech twist. Challenge your audience to "find the pea" among three clear shot glasses. One glass contains a green LED, the other two contain red LEDs. The audience...
Five envelopes, one deck.
The spectator chooses five cards and puts each one into an envelope, shuffles the envelopes and picks one envelope.
The magician predicts the card in the envelope.
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From the creator of Blistering, comes the best version of the coin-through-box that we have ever seen. If you are looking for a trick that you can always carry with your cards and that will fry your audience, Infiltrate is for you. Infiltrate allows you to drop a signed coin on the ground and, with no preparation, make it go through...
While the performer's back is turned, a volunteer is asked to circle an image of a playing card (from 52 different card images) on a laminated, 2-sided 8.5 x 11 inch card - the volunteer then places it into an opaque envelope (still while the performer's back is turned). The performer divines the image.
The performer is...
A marvelous prediction effect! You show a key fob with a prediction on it, attached to your keys. This is placed face down on the table. Four objects are borrowed -- a key, a phone, a coin, and a card. The spectator is asked to discard one of the objects -- this is repeated until one remains. You ask the spectator to turn over the key fob...
Knock Out v2.0 (Includes Cards)
by Peter Eggink
The professional TRIPLE signed card to impossible location! Effect
Three freely selected, signed cards, are revealed in the most unbelievable manner.
Knock Out v2.0 will hit them like the proverbial freight train!
Effect: You produce two red backed cards each have a keyhole.
Invite your spectators to inspect them. Nothing to hide!
Your two cards are placed in full view on the table.
A spectator freely chooses and signs a card.
The card is lost in the Deck.
Take your two cards and place them on top of each other.
Rope effects have been traditional and provide impactful stage magic because of their "pack small and play big" qualities. Long, Long Rope Deluxe by Mr. Magic is no exception.
The magician shows a very long piece of straight rope. With a quick magical gesture, he is able to suddenly transform this single piece of rope into...
Have you ever wanted to control your own luck? Now you can.
A folded card is held with a paperclip, on top of a random card. You explain that this is your lucky card. You have a card selected, signed and then lost in the deck. You then point to the folded card. You tip the lucky card into the spectator's hand for them to open....
Imagine being able to link and unlink 2 safety pins in the most visual manner possible.
Now imagine being able to link & unlink them in your SPECTATOR'S HAND. Now re-imagine being able to do it SURROUNDED.
Risk everything with Manoj Linking pins!
Manoj Linking Pins starts off where other linking pins retreat....
Mickael is well known for his new automatic and visual effects.
With MC SANDWICH you realize a classic card magic effect.
A classic effect you hear me say?
But we believe the method used will surprise you. This method does not stop a sandwich effect.
Learn to make them disappear or appear one or more cards,...
Specialized holder for Jim Rosenbaum's The Gecko designed by Hiro Sakai and Kenji Kobayashi.
10 Amazing Card Tricks
Show a completely empty and transparent glass. Drop a ball inside to show it naturally rolling inside. Remove the ball and cover the glass with a hanky. Place a coin on top of the hanky, allowing the hanky to fall to the bottom of the glass. Then drop the ball back into the glass. Incredibly, you'll be able to pull the hanky out of the...
A corner is cleanly and fairly torn from a selected card. (It really is!) The magician claims that he can restore this card to its former glory with the aid of a very special and ancient and magic-endowed instrument of necromancy. The spectators clutch their handbags to their faces and peek through the gaps in their fingers. The magician...
Feel the RUSH when you see this fast and visual change. Not only a change but a switch, vanish and back design change. One clever gimmick will add all of this to any deck of cards. Simple, Visual and Direct.
As you can see, Rush allows you to do incredibly visual card changes, switches or vanishes with minimal sleight of hand. The...
Sanchez Fly is David's handling of the classic fingertips coins across. The routine makes use of some of the most visual coin vanishes and appearances to bring you a fingertips coins across routine you will actually perform.
Sanchez fly uses a common coin gimmick you already have and has been tediously routined to start clean,...
After several failed attempts the magician calls in the Army to find the spectator's chosen card.
A small pewter toy soldier is placed on any face down card on the table by the spectator, but when it is turned over it is found not to be the chosen card, IT'S A CODE RED!!
However, when the spectator now takes a...
Change the shadow of one card into another, and then change the card itself!
After a selected card is lost in the pack, the magician produces a "shadow" card with the pips cut out. This card, however, is not the selection. The spectators stare into the shadow (on the table or floor) that this card creates. As the magician waves his...
by Larry Becker and Lee Earle
Bold, Easy and Entertaining Mentalism!
Four 3.5 x 5 inch plastic cards from a popular parlor game are handed to individuals in your audience. They verify that each one bears the identical four questions to be answered, regarding a person's horoscope sign, a phone number, a romantic...
The Smallest Miracle Maker
Spheres is your best companion when you want to perform Miracles with a borrowed deck.
You will learn in detail how to use the gimmick and perform six incredible effects.
Imagine this: you reveal a chosen card with a golf shot or discover a selected card with a Yo-Yo, like a true...
The magician can take five coins as only one coin. The public never think that coins are joined. You will be able to realize many coin tricks with this gimmick.
Drinking straws are everywhere. Millions of them are used each day in restaurants, schools, offices, and more. They're an incredibly common, ordinary item that nobody thinks about. That's what makes Stir Crazy so incredibly powerful. Instead of using cards, coins, or suspicious props, what could be more innocent than a straw?
by Richard James
" The most visual card switch ever invented. "
Richard James brings you his range of Mind Blowing Magic.