Fooler Fooler Fooler! by Joseph B
I've been keeping this effect secret for a long time. Many magicians have asked me to repeat it at least three times and no one has ever been able to understand how it worked. My heart broke when I decided to reveal it. The reactions have always been incredibly great!
No slight of hand. You can do it with a regular deck of cards!
NO SLEIGHT OF HAND
Very deceptive !
Carpenter's Revenge Presented by Dan Harlan
Tommy Wonder was an incredible performer, well-known for his smooth sleight-of-hand, masterful misdirection, and devious devices. And now, a modern master of magical creativity shares his favorite Tommy Wonder creations with you as Dan Harlan presents "The Best of the Books of Wonder." Lesson Nine is Carpenter’s Revenge. Dan Harlan dives back into Tommy’s building for a beautifully visual illusion.
Magic Mirror by Ziv
The magician shows the audience a small drawing board and asks an audience member to draw a magic hat on the small drawing board. The audience member then chooses a card. The spectator uses his mobile phone to take a picture of the small drawing board. When the spectator views the photo, they are astonished to discover that a card now appears above the magic hat in the photo - it's their selected card! You can let the audience draw any pattern on the art board, and you can set whatever you want to predict.
Silversmith by Danny Goldsmith
Danny Goldmsmith is a Buddhist. Not to be confused with religion, like magic, Buddhism is simply a way of life.
The aspiration is to reach enlightenment. A deeper connection to the magic in the world around you.
Rattle Box by Jose Arcario
An original Nelson Downs gimmick and later improved by David Roth now made with the best tools and materials available.
Singled Out by Jean-Pierre Vallarino
You thought about the Jack of Clubs? That's good! This is the only card in the deck: only ONE Jack of Clubs because the other 51 cards are... the 3 of Hearts! You will be able to show all the cards of your deck on the table and show the spectator that this one was in fact made up only of the 3 of Hearts (for example) except one card: the Jack of Clubs,
Ape by Cody Nottingham
Flare by Nicholas Lawrence
Preconsleeved by Gregory Wilson
Two coffee sleeves create a stunning sympathetic effect. Whatever you draw or doodle on one sleeve magically appears on the other. You then repeat the effect while a spectator holds the second sleeve. The method is crazy simple and the presentational possibilities are crazy fun.
Water Spirit by Peng Kai & TCC