Manipulate your audience’s mind to produce a picture that they have only been thought of. This diabolical trick from the devilishly clever Dan Harlan is an amazing piece of mentalism that plays well in a formal performance and a casual setting. Your audiences will discover the perfect picture in Photo Finish by Dan Harlan.
One of magic's biggest illusions is brought to the close up stage.
A card is selected. It is signed by both the magician and spectator. The card is put into the card box. The spectator chooses to random cards. One by one the cards are pushed through the card box. The box can be shown from all angles.
This is the type of hyper visual effect that makes you stop in your tracks. The type of magic that you just can’t help but smile when you see. “Bounce” is a super fun and innovative technique for making playing cards seemingly appear out of thin air with the bounce of a ball.
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In Your Hand by Benjamin Earl
COLOSSAL ACAAN is an effect full of surprises.
A card is created by the spectator and a number is determined totally at random. It can be any number. At the end of the effect, the card created only in the spectator's mind is at the spectator's number.
Hi friends magicians,i present my new acaan!
A card just thought of among so many shown is located at the exact number (1-52) that the viewer will say without strange movements (cuts or manipolation).You will sue a regular deck to performance this small miracle!
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Unchanged Prediction by Christian Grace
"Christopher Carter has been performing mentalism professionally longer than pretty much anyone. His style has always ensured his shows are fresh, engaging, and truly entertaining. The methods you're going to learn here are not pipe dreams, this is material that has been refined in front of real audiences for decades! There are very few people I would prefer didn’t do a Penguin lecture because their stuff is too good. Christopher is one of these people. In fact having to write this to tell you that he's amazing is most infuriating.'- Colin McLeod