THIS ONE! – A slight variation of a stunning-yet-easy-to-do packet trick by the amazing Cameron Francis. Works for stage shows as well!
DEFIBRILLATOR – A card is selected and hidden away while the magician’s back is turned. The cards are handed under the table to the magician who proceeds to reveal which card was chosen by process of elimination.
JACKIE CHAN BACKHAND CATCH – An easy flourish to show a card as being just a single card.
QUADRIL – A flourishy, 4-packet, full deck cut that preserves the order of the deck.
BREATHER CRAMP – This is a specialized breather crimp that can be distinguished by feel alone.
4-WAY COINCIDENCE – The deck is shuffled by a spectator and a prediction is made. The other three cards matching the prediction are surprisingly located by several stunned spectators.
LOST & SNIFFED – The spectator selects a card fairly and shuffles it back into the deck. The magician finds it using only the sense of SMELL!
D.E.TRIUMPHS – A variation of Don England’s Triumph-style effect that appeared in an issue of Onyx. This version is even EASIER than Don’s handling!
KEWPIE – Borrowed coin in borrowed pen – impromptu magic at its best!
TWO OPENERS – Two variations on a bottle production for stage, parlor or even close-up.
THE ONE-TWO PUNCH – A hole punched into a movie ticket is visibly pulled off of the ticket and slid onto another. Revised handling from Michael Weber’s original, and a real reputation maker!
NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS – Separate pieces of newspaper INSTANTLY fuse back into a restored condition. Quick & easy reset!
ROCKY SHOES – There is something wrong with your foot. Removing your shoe, you dump a LARGE ROCK out of it. Almost immediately, you dump a SECOND LARGE ROCK out of the same shoe.
BACHELOR’S THREAD – Raj Madhok’s marvelous method of magically producing the ring for a Ring & String routine. It just appears out of nowhere!
THREADY OR NOT – Geoff’s reinvented handling for the first phase of any Ring & String routine. Originally based on the Earl Nelson move (in “Variations”), this one addresses two major discrepancies in the original.