2 in 1 Card Magic
- Two amazing packet tricks combined on one DVD - These are fun, visual tricks that are easy to learn! - Join Paul Hallas on his DVD collection of Packet Trick Treasures! - All Cards Included!
with Simon Lovell
- On these DVD’s sleight-of-hand exper Simon Lovell has put together an incredible collection of gambling moves and more for your learning pleasure. - Everything is fully explained so that, with some practice time, you’ll be able to do these moves too! - Moves range from easy to knuckle-busting so there is really something for everybody! - There are bonus magical moves, magical and gambling effects and even a glimpse into Simon’s gambling museum where you’ll see ingenious devices from the esoteric world of the cheat! - Watch, enjoy and learn from on of the very best of the best!
Expert (10 pro level mysteries)
Volume Four: 10 Pro Level Mysteries Your magical journey into Complete Card Magic gets really exciting with TEN new mysteries. Volume Four goes above and beyond average card magic routines. These effects are sure to impress. Card expert and featured performer Gerry Griffin takes you step-by-step through TEN expert card mysteries. A Very Good Hand – Turn a hand of five blank aces into a Royal Flush! Oil and Water – Jacks and aces magically separate like oil and water. Chicago Opener – Their card turns blue in your red deck. Amazing! Jacks or Better – Their chosen card jumps right between the Jacks. The Sound of your Cards – Listen. Your cards tell you where their card is. Simple Arithmetic – Two wrong cards can make the right one. Awesome! The Ambitious Ace Thru Five – Five cards rise to the top with a powerful finish. One Last Card – Their card is always in the last place you look. You Ain’t Going to Believe This – You lose their card, but it finds its way back. Fancy Ace Cutting – Four crafty ways of finding your friends, the aces.
Showing off cutting cards
On this DVD you will learn some crazy and impressive cuts with cards! KEO KUT – 3 packet cut with 180 degree mid air spin SHAKES – Half Sibling with finger flurry Shake finish HALF TWISTED – Mirror image two handed cut. Can be done false. FA SHOW – A Charlier revolution cut, can be done false BREEZE – Cut, clip, pivot, and curl? That’s a breeze. ROLLOUT – Cards roll out under and up the deck REMIX – A wicked medley of some familiar card cuts JUMP SHOT – Cards are cut and shot into a one-handed fan THUMB PIVOT – Cards pivot around each other, off the thumb BIG TOP – A killer cut display with a fan at the top K Display – Keone’s personal 6-packet card
12 professional magic tricks you can make at home
Make your own Magic Tricks! Includes: The Floating Card, Observation Test, 7th Inning Stretch and More! Bonus: Martini’s Magic Day Planner – This is THE TRICK that gets Marty booked over and over! Everything on this DVD can be made at home with a very minimum of costs or skill. Each item is fully explained with nothing left out.
Thumb tip tricks
The act that won two Society of American Magicians Close-Up Magic Competitions and their coveted Originality Award. This is the first DVD/Video devoted to finger magic. It contains Meir Yedids award-winning Finger Fantasies act: the most incredible, impromptu routine ever seen. Your pinkie, ring finger, middle finger and your index finger all vanish and reappear at will! Make your pinkie telescope into your palm, your thumb travels up and down your arm, take a knife and cut off one of your fingers, and more. As seen on Comedy Tonight (FOX-TV), The Paul Daniels Show (BBC-TV), Naruhodo The World (Fuji-TV), Luna De Verano (CS-TV), Saturday Night Live (NBC-TV), and even used on Broadway and in the Ringling Brothers & Barnum & Bailey Circus. You will learn how to make your fingers vanish and everything you need to know about performing this unique act. Running time: Approximately 30 minutes. Special DVD Features Bonus archival footage from a lecture given by Meir Yedid in October 1982 where he teaches parts of his Finger Fantasies act and jokes about its many applications. Instant access to 13 scenes
A killer packet trick
Transpo Kings uses red backed and blue backed cards for a highly visual effect. Spectators select kings and the magician is able to make them completely switch packets! This effect changes from impressive to astonishing when all the cards are flipped over to reveal their faces. *Special cards included*
Three Card Monte
Kick off your THREE SHELL GAME experience by watching a personal demonstration by Sal Piacente. Then learn the history of the game. After you have watched the preparation and handling of the shells, you are ready to watch Sal in the studio and out on the streets! LEARN THESE UNBEATABLE MOVES ! The Sucker Move The Flash Move Under the Finger Two Shell Game The Finishing Move, & Much Much More…
by Rudy T. Hunter
All cards are included, plus a bonus card to add a variation to the end. The Bunko Bet card trick is an act of its own This is similar to a Color Monte
The magicians guide to peaking in pockets
This is what the trick will look like to your soon blown away group of happy spectators. You produce a normal, everyday deck of cards, and calmly explain that you have powerful X-ray vision. You hold the deck of cards out, so they can see the bottom card, and you can’t. You prove the amazing strength of your X-ray vision by staring through the deck and reading the card on the bottom.
Performer shows a rod with six different colored gems on it. There are also six different colored gems on the opposite side of the rod. Spectator selects one of the six colors. Performer magically changes all the gems to the selected color on both sides. To always carry in your pocket! Easy to do and with a great impact on all kind of audience. The bar, made of plastic, measures cm 13 (l) x 1.2 (h) x 0.9 (p) (in. 5.13 x 0.47 x 0.35).
by John Racherbaumer
The 21 Card Trick is one of the single best known card tricks by non-magicians. Often when a magician is approached by a lay person who wants to show him a card trick — it is the classic 21 Card Trick, where a thought-of-card is discovered by a series of deals where the magician or spectator deal three packets of seven cards and eventually reveal the thought-of selection. Within the underground of card magic there have been dozens of variations created where the procedure looks the same to a lay person but the results are impossible. You can literally blow the mind of a spectator by doing the trick he just showed you back to him and fooling him completely. But that is not all. The devious mathematical method has many other applications and they too are discussed, taught and presented here.
by Arthur Trace
On this DVD you will learn the following routines: 27 – While the magician’s back is turned a spectator shuffles, selects a card, and cuts the card back into the middle of the deck. The magician then proceeds to face the spectator and asks the spectator to name a number. The spectator counts down in the deck to their number and discovers their card! Duality – An audience member is asked to peek at a playing card. Another audience member who has not seen the first spectator’s selection is then asked to stop the magician’s finger as the magician passes it over the fan of cards. The card stopped at matches the first spectator’s selection. Arthur’s unique presentation strengthens the effect of this classic. Sliver Certificate – The magician borrows a dollar bill and proceeds to levitate it. After the bill descends the magician unfolds the dollar and the spectator is shocked to find a silver ball bearing inside. Mouth Travelers – Four aces travel one at a time from the magician’s hands to between his lips. This is a novel routine that is great for strolling-magic performances! Spatial Exchange – A corner is torn off a playing card and the card is inserted into the deck. The magician then proceeds to instantaneously exchange the positions of the corner and the card. The Crimped Cup – This is the classic Cups and Balls presented with a gambling premise and a magical twist. The magician “crimps” or marks the cup where the balls are supposed to travel to with a plastic ring. In the end, a ring appears on each cup to mark the appearance of each final load.