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Review: SNITCH by Peter Eggink

“Snitch” is a very fast no-palming signed card to impossile location, and in this case, to an envelope, effect. This pretty much sums up what Snitch is all about. Here is what it looks like in actual performance. A spectator freely selects and signs a card. The rest of the cards are put back inside the card box. The signed selection is then slid into the deck inside the card box. The spectat...[Read More]

8

Great

Review: MCF Cards by Rasmus

Join professional magicians Adeline Ng and Mark Wong from Singapore, as they review MCF Cards by Rasmus. If you're a magician who's always wanted to do a perfect mercury card fold under pressure, look no further. Made in Switzerland, these professionally made cards are a dream to handle. No force necessary!

7

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Review: Card Clone by Big Blind Media

Join professional magicians Adeline Ng and Mark Wong from Singapore, as they review Card Clone by Big Blind Media. Find out why this easy to do, modern version of the classic Color Monte comes recommended! A crowd favourite!

8.5

Great

Review: Holely Change by SansMinds Creative Lab

Join professional magicians Adeline Ng and Mark Wong from Singapore, as they review the Holely Change by SansMinds Creative Labs. Close up workers will want to check out this visual, interactive packet trick that takes up little pocket space!

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Review: The 52 to 1 Deck by Wayne Fox and David Penn

You are mingling around at a party. The energy is low. The music is stale. The conversation is dull. The appetizers are bland. To spice up the evening you casually mention in passing that you happen to be a magician (or mentalist). Suddenly, the ears of the small group of girls and guys perk up as they focus on your every word. Like the Sun post-Copernicus, you are the center of attention. What do...[Read More]

8

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Review: Withdrawal by Jeff Prace and Josh Janousky

Withdrawal is a plastic gift card that allows you to withdraw money from it. As the money appears from the card, the printed value of the card reduces accordingly! Here is how the actual effect appears to the audience. The performer tells his audience that sometimes he runs out of cash and there is no ATM machine nearby. He takes out a gift card from his wallet. This card carries a Starbucks ...[Read More]

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Review: Everlast by Rafael D’Angelo and Mazentic

If you ever played with or use utility devices such as swamis, nail writer and boons, you should definitely want to check out Everlast. To me, a writer is like a TT, you can do so many things with it at a moment’s notice. Effects with writers are always strong and they are often very easy to perform. Everlast is a special ring that looks innocent enough for everyday wear. It can be used to di...[Read More]

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Review: Gerti Reborn by Romanos

The name “Gerti Reborn” implies that this is a rebirth of the original product “Gerti”.  However, it does not mention whether this is a revised version or an actual reproduction of the original stuff. If you like both the “Lie Detector” and “Which Hand” type of effects, you will like “Gerti Reborn”. In one routine, the performer has a spectator sign her name in one of 2 coins.  As he turns h...[Read More]

7

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Review: Vanishing Sharpie by SansMinds Creative Lab

Join professional magicians Adeline Ng and Mark Wong from Singapore, as they review the Vanishing Sharpie by SansMinds Creative Labs. Close up workers will want to check out this visual, interactive magic prop that takes up little pocket space!

7

Good

Review: The Magic Tube by Gabbo Torres & George Iglesias

Join professional magicians Adeline Ng and Mark Wong from Singapore, as they review The Magic Tube by Gabbo Torres & George Iglesias. With five tricks in one, the creators specially made this for entertainers who perform at children's magic, close-up, and mentalism!

8

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Review: Chinese Tweezers by Mario Lopez and Tango Magic

When I first saw the trailer, my mind was thinking all sorts of possible methods and gimmicks for such a visual coin routine. I thought it was a f**d***coin, it got to be some sort of a new gimmick. Upon opening the package, I was dead wrong. What you see in the demo is what you will be getting, plus an online video instruction that last about 12 mins. Routine wise, I think it’s an awesome ro...[Read More]

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Review: Kayfabe by Max Maven and Luis De Matos

Kayfabe /ˈkeɪfeɪb/ is the portrayal of staged events within the professional wrestling industry as "real" or "true", specifically the portrayal of competition, rivalries, and relationships between participants as being genuine and not of a staged or predetermined nature of any kind.

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