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Review: Only Slightly Sleighty by Ryan Schlutz

Ryan Schlutz’s main thrust in his card magic is to make it appear as if the spectators make all the choices. And when the magic happens even without the magician apparently being in control, the spectators’ belief is being suspended – they are now unsure if they are the ones who actually caused the impossible to become possible. As an example, if the magician were to find the chosen card that wa...[Read More]

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Review: Triple C by Christian Engblom

Triple C is to me, probably the best magic effect that has found its way into my hands over the past few years. It is extremely versatile, and it kinda puts a new spin on an old principle. In fact, if you’ve been in magic for even just a short time, you should already know about this principle – most people, however, shelf this principle thinking that its useless but Triple C is truly that princi...[Read More]

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Review: Mental Pen by João Miranda and Gustavo Sereno

Mental Pen is the latest mentalism creation by Joao Miranda. For those who are overly excited about using a gimmicked pen for mentalism (you know who you are), sorry to disappoint, but despite the name of the product, it does not use a pen. Mental Pen uses a sharpie marker. But worry not you closet pen devotees, the gimmicked sharpie is superb and allows the performer to perform countless mentalis...[Read More]

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Review: Uncaged by Finix Chan

Hi everyone, today I am going to be reviewing a DVD called uncaged by Finix Chan. It is presented by skymember. Its is a single DVD focusing on transposition. The effect: So what is it about? Well very simply put, it means that its an effect where two sealed gums pack of different flavors exchange places visually. So what the audience see is and what they experience is their selected gum a...[Read More]

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Review: iCaan by James Went

A deck of cards is shuffled by both the performer and a spectator, who then each select a card. The cards are lost into the deck and shuffled. After which, the cards are found at the location the spectator calls out. The review: I think this effect is really strong because the audience will be the one picking any random number to locate you card. Also, shuffling can happen in the spectator’s...[Read More]

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Review: Double Take by Jason Knowles

Double take effect is as follows, the spectator selects a card and loses it into the deck. The magician pulls out an indifferent card. Confirming the card is wrong, magician place it under his foot. The magician shows a bill in his wallet to raise his stakes to find the card. If upon failure, the spectator will be able to keep the money in the wallet which the spectator will be holding onto. Mag...[Read More]

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Review: Four King Miracle by Henri White

This is a quickie card trick. The performer displays 2 Jokers. Suddenly, one King makes its appearance between the 2 Jokers. Just as quickly, another King appears between the 2 Jokers. Finally, the 2 Jokers themselves change into the other 2 Kings. All 4 Kings, each of different suit, are shown, there is now no sign of the 2 Jokers. You receive the 4 custom-made Kings and a password to vie...[Read More]

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Review: Attire by Roddy McGhie and Danny Weiser

When I saw the trailer, the first thing I thought of was, now I can officially get someone to touch my breast, I mean chest 😊. The effect looks really cool and magical. Take a look at the trailer and you will know what I am talking about. Attire is a very short effect, in fact it is good for introducing a sharpie, a lead-in to other effects. It comes with an iron-on that looks like a sharpie c...[Read More]

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Review: Conscious Magic Episode 3 (Accuracy, STFU, The Formula and White Room) with Ran Pink and Andrew Gerard

This is the third installation of Conscious Magic by Andrew Gerard and Ran Pink. It is not explained why the name of this product is called “Conscious Magic”. It contains 4 effects – they are all on mentalism, as can be expected from creators like Andrew Gerard and Ran Pink. Episode Two also contains 4 effects while Episode One contains 3 effects. All the tricks are very well thought-through b...[Read More]

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Review: Mind Invasion by Morgan Strebler

“Mind Invasion” implies that you can intrude into the minds of your audience to read their thoughts. In effect, the performer hands to a spectator a piece of card such as a business card that has been pre-folded into quarters. She is to write a word or draw a simple picture onto the piece of card. If she chooses to draw a picture, she is also to write what she has just drawn onto the piece of c...[Read More]

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Review: STAB by Peter Eggink

Stab is a clean and visual pen or pencil through folded bill. A card is selected from a deck. It is folded in half widthwise, and its center is torn out in the form of a semi-circle at the creased edge. A bill, which can be borrowed, is folded in half lengthwise. It is slid into the folded card. The bill’s middle is visible through the torn semi-circular hole of the folded playing card. A...[Read More]

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Review: At The Table Live Lecture Tom Elderfield

Tom is easily one of the brightest rising stars in magic right now. His talent has been recognised by many of the top names in magic and he’s even consulted for them. In this lecture, he reveals some of his many creative ideas that he has also showcased on social media (he’s somewhat of a rockstar on Instagram too!). The thing to keep in mind while watching this lecture is that Tom Elderfield ...[Read More]

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