Double DutchStarring Dutch magician, Fritz Alkemade, Double Dutch is a collection of commercial magic that is strong, interactive and fun. Five years after his debut and featuring 10 brand new routines from his current working set and running at just over 1.5 hours, Fritz Alkemade returns with an assortment of versatile close-up magic you'll enjoy performing for your audience. On this DVD, Fritz explains effects from his Magic Castle act, as well as his tricks published in the major magic magazines. With live performances and detailed explanations, you'll be able to learn and perform Fritz's twists on these routines. If you're looking for practical and fun magic with high entertainment value and audience participation, look no further. This is Double Dutch.
Nested Coin Box Brass (4)A borrowed and signed coin disappears, and later reappears inside a nest of brass boxes. Each time you open a box, there's another box inside. Finally, in the very last box, you find the borrowed, signed coin. Amazing!
Silver Sea of Skulls Chop CupWe are very proud to introduce the Silver Sea of Skulls Chop Cup, by Dude That's Cool Magic. A truly collectable item - you'll just love the look and feel of these pocket-sized props. They'll most certainly add a curiosity factor to your existing Chop Cup routine! Supplied: Silver Sea of Skulls (Resin) Chop Cup Black carry pouch 1 Chopped ball 1 Regular ball
Wind-Up Playing CardsReady to get nostalgic about those wind-up toys you ended up handing down, or worse - putting in storage? We have brought together your two favorite things - wind-ups and playing cards! Now together for you in Wind-Up Playing Cards! It's lots of fun figuring out what happens once you wind each of these up. If you didn't own them, perhaps you remember seeing them somewhere, and you always wanted one - well, now they're yours. Enjoy! Printed by USPCC Embossing on tuck box Air Cushion Finish 100% Custom Artwork Limited Edition (2,500 decks)
Bicycle Gaff Pack Red (6 Cards)Gaffed cards have long helped magicians easily achieve incredible effects that are typically only possible after years of practicing difficult sleight of hand techniques. With impeccable craftsmanship and attention to detail, Jeremy Hanrahan has handcrafted 3 gaffed cards in this pack, using over a decade of experience. The Gaff Pack includes gaffed cards that are practical, easy to use, and can hide seamlessly in your regular deck. Perform classic effects without using difficult sleight of hand, or for advanced performers, make the impossible a reality by incorporating these gaffed cards into your sleight of hand routines. The Gaff Pack will elevate your performances and, with its endless possibilities, allow your creativity to flourish. Please note that this does NOT include explanations of effects. But we are sure you will be creating amazing effects in no time. Please check out our demo video and see how Alex Harris uses a shimmed card. Shimmed Card Professional shimmed Bicycle card HANDMADE. Use this with your PK effects. Combine this with PK coins for a killer Matrix effect. Use as a replacement card for Lethal Tender. If you really want speed and distance for card throwing, try this card, and wow your audience. It can be given to a spectator and they will never suspect anything suspicious inside. Its uses are limited only by your imagination. Hofzinser Card This creation belongs to the Famous Magician Hofzinser Johann Nepomuk (1806-1875). It's a very easy effect to make and you can always have it with you to amaze your audience. You will receive a special card for this effect. The special feature of this card is that through the light you will see one card, while the actual card is completely different. Rising Card A spectator selects and remembers one card. After the card is returned, the magician makes a magical gesture towards the deck. Mysteriously, the selected card rises by itse
Fall TranspoHere's the game-changer version on the classic plot, Transpo. Smagic proudly brings you: Fall Transpo A fresh and modern touch on the classic Transpo effect. Imagine asking anyone, anytime, to select their favorite card. You tear their card into four pieces, and have them sign the index corner. The spectator's signed corner is placed into a small, clear plastic bag. You introduce your own favorite card, which also is torn and placed inside a different, clear zippered bag. Then, visually, with a simple flick of your finger, the two corners magically and instantly switch places! You'll love watching the Wow and Aftershock on the faces of your audience. Easy to setup and perform
TAKEOFFThe Vanishing Airplane for Parlor and Stage THE "OUT TO LUNCH" MAGIC PRINCIPLE... BUT NOW JUMBO! Now you can look like you're performing a "big" illusion like the pros do - but on a budget! The trick "Out to Lunch" was first marketed in the 1940's. The effect was that of a small stack of cards containing images of a boy standing next to a rope he was about to climb. After the spectator initialed a card and it was removed from the stack, the card was shown and it revealed that the boy had disappeared, but in his place, it said "Out to Lunch" - and still the card contained the original initials. There have been many other variations of the trick over the years, however they all rely on the same premise, now known as the "Out to Lunch" principle. Jason Palter's TAKEOFF is his fresh take on this trick's foundation, but uses JUMBO cards so it can be performed close-up (as the original effect was intended) or on stage.
Telepathy Clock (Electric)A great mind-reading trick! Be able to tell what time your spectator is thinking of with ease. Using this innocent looking clock, you can determine what hour your spectator has selected on the clock. Easy enough for kids to perform!
EyepadA stunning, unique "Think of a Card" Trick A huge hit at Magic Live 2017 The spectator thinks of any card (NO FORCE) You introduce your (spoof) EyePad What follows is 5 minutes of solid entertainment and a comedy of errors as various pages of the EyePad are turned Just when the spectator thinks you've messed up, BOOM! The one single card that is in full view on the last page is shown to be the spectator's thought-of card!