A Look Never Seen Before.....! Yes, have you ever seen a bald Santa?...
The Magnetic Dollar KIT, from the makers of the Magnetic Card! The...
What a great and magical way to bring the Christmas holiday into your...
Here's another treat for your audiences! Ron Bauer has just released #22 in his Private Studies series, "Jim Bergstrom's Hat Trick." It's an innovative, colorful comedy version of the Torn Tissue Papers to Hat that's a worthy feature effect for any c
From the man who often prefers the other guy's high cards!Finally, a Four Ace Trick becomes an absolutely entertaining and intriguing Poker Deal Trick. How? By using it to show how a cunning magician will always overcome a cheating card hustler. And,
In addition to being a delightfully direct discovery of a thought of card, this is the ideal way to learn to understand and master the basic principles of "outs" without the usual hazards. Milt Kort invariably used this stunt to secretly reveal the s
From the man who needs to carry three lucky coins! A whimsical rationalization for carrying three half-dollars. With them, you win an intellectual battle with your audience by using repetition against them! (Of course, you don't reveal there's a batt
From the man who's ancestor almost invented 3-Card Monte...he was just one card off!This handling and presentation of the "The Gypsy Curse" is so clean and sharp, there's no warning of the sudden and startling outcome! Learn several techniques of pow
With Your trusty pack, a few business cards and a pen, you show your audience how it feels to go back in time!This effect is constructed from remarkably economical combination of the ambitious card, oil and water, and triumph, each one fine-tuned to
From the man who's overconfident enough to be easy prey for any short con!This is an entertaining way to show off your "sure-fire defense against short-change artists." First you take in an innocent bystander by showing him how you were once hornswog
From the man who will tip his hat, but not his thumb!The old "dollar bill stunt" of folding and unfolding a dollar bill to turn it upside-down gets surrealistic when the magician defies certain secret rules of Origami, which temporarily turns the car
From the man who wants close-up magic to be as easy as stage magic!You can make any deck of cards, yours or borrowed, appear to be a deviously designed device! A trick deck! Close inspection by the untrained eyes of your spectators reveals nothing, b
From the man who made an unfortunate purchase!Due to a manufacturing defect (accidental or deliberate), some handkerchiefs won't knot for right-handers. How can you recognize one of these radical rags? Well, unless you know how, it will only submit t
This short but sneaky version of the Cups and Balls is a good way to get acquainted with the essential handling and presenting of this classic of magic. Although the following is designed as an introduction to Cups and Balls for the student of magic,
Here is perhaps the easiest way to make people believe you're a master card cheat. First, show that you can get " jacks or better" whether or not you're the dealer. Then, demonstrating an imperceptible "new move", you deal all four jacks to anyone yo
From the man who can't tell the difference between the name of the card trick and a weather forecast! Due to the willingness of certain spiteful spectators to take advantage of their magician, you illustrate the value of your magic teacher's admoniti
From the man who collects despite his unfortunate situation! Now you can give the impression to your audiences that the props you use, at least for one trick, are worth something! This witty presentation and baffling handling of the Miller
This is a comprehensive depiction of Don Alan's theories, handling, and presentation of the Chop Cup. It's his way of doing it, not merely a replication of a single performance.THE REAL WORK on how Don loaded, got the laughs and set up for doing his