Now as you look at this rather long list, this is not something I always carry with me wherever I go, or something I also do in each of my performances. On some days, I will carry maybe 2-3 of any of these effects, while on others I might just carry 5 of them, but never more than 5 effects.
The I.T.C aka The Invisible Telekinetic Card by Me (Card effect I created that I always use as an opener in every routine of mine.)
Tagged by Richard Ferguson
Healed and Sealed 2.0 by Anders Modén
S.O.S. Coin Production by Tim David
Revolution Coin Vanish by Kevin Parker
Fraud by Daniel Garcia
Factory Sealed by Nick Verna
Quick Silver by Gregory Wilson
Open Palm Coins Across by Gregory Wilson
Florida Keys by Gregory Wilson
Ring Fright by Gregory Wilson
Self Tying Shoelace by Jay Noblezada
$5 and $1 Transposition by Jay Noblezada
Extreme Burn by Richard Sanders
Identity by Richard Sanders
Tagged by Richard Sanders
Flow by Dan Hauss
Sinful aka Signed Coin through Soda Can by Wayne Houchin
The Breach Technique (Key Bending) by Sean Fields
On Contact (Key Bending) by Sean Fields
Ringu (Ring Bending) by Sean Fields
The Tesla Experiment (Crazy, visual Mentalism) by Sean Fields
Molten (Spoon Bending) by Sean Fields
Post Impression (Mentalism) by Sean Fields
Double Back by Jon Allen
Out of Control! by Sam Woodrow
It may seem like a long list, and well, it really is a long list. But these are the effects that I have performed over and over again that I can casually bring any of them up in a conversation and be ready to perform. They're all highly visual, easy to follow and a majority of them involve the spectator(s) to be involved (only if they wish to of course).
None of the effects I can honestly say I favor more than others, because at different venues with different people really take into account which effect(s) would be best suited for that venue, also along with what type of spectator(s) that I would be performing for.
But I love them all and they all hold a special place in my heart of magic.