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Open Triumph (Plus Ultra) by Dani DaOrtiz

pen Triumph (Plus Ultra) by Dani DaOrtiz – Free Download A new video release of Dani Daortiz, in one video he talks about technique, ideas, subtleties and all the theory about one of his most representative tricks. Content Introduction to the effect, story and origin ("The Tamariz challenge")

Magic For The Shortsighted by Pipo Villanueva

hortsighted by Pipo Villanueva – Free Download The video includes six Close-Up magic routines from Pipo Villanueva’s professional repertoire. • Coins to the Mug • The Quantum Monkey • The Atomic Coin • Cutting 3 Aces • Reset 180º • MiniCup & Balls

SandSwitch by Lloyd Barnes

SandSwitch by Lloyd Barnes – Free Download The SandSwitch is a powerful and organic sleight that allows you to switch any sandwiched playing card in a way that looks so natural, you'll even fool yourself. This is how card switches should look. In this video download, Lloyd teaches you in intricate detail the exact mechanics and nuances that make the SandSwitch work. Along with extra tips and ideas for more effects.

Deranged by Jay Sankey

Deranged by Jay Sankey – Free Download Eight pieces of a cut postcard (featuring Leonardo da Vinci's 'Mona Lisa') are handed out to be closely examined. A spectator selects one of the pieces. And a folded prediction is introduced.

ConSealment by Wayne Rogers

ConSealment by Wayne Rogers A multi-purpose utility device for the mentalist and magician. Wayne Rogers is the original creator of this envelope and since it's release in early 2008 it has made its way to many a professional workers repertoire. For the first time Consealment is now available to others in this unique package.

Selfie by Simon R. Stefan & Alex Pandrea

Selfie by Simon R. Stefan & Alex Pandrea Give Their Smartphone a Mind of Its Own After a routine, you ask your spectator to pull out their smartphone so they can take a selfie to remember the moment. You ask them to focus on the phone and just imagine that it takes a photo. Without the screen or any buttons being touched, the phone snaps the picture all by itself! The photo is in their library as a permanent souvenir!