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Irving Berk's Card-Forcing Box:
Learn how to make a ungimmicked box that will force a card (or cards) or make a signed selection come to the top all while the deck is isolated inside.
Alan Alan's Rising Card:
A cool gadget you can build and wear that allows you to make a card rise from an ordinary deck.
The Mesmerized Cards:
Learn how to make cards magnetically cling to your palm.
Bet-A-Dollar Color Change:
A nice and easy color-change that uses a bill and requires no sleight-of-hand.
Topsy-Turvy Follow Me:
A follow-the-leader-style packet trick which allows everyone to find their own cards.
Tony Noice's Card Transposition:
If sleight-of-hand is your thing, you'll have some fun with this quick transposition sequence.
Rising Cards from Envelope:
Using only a couple of common office supplies, you can perform a nifty rising card routine where everything ends clean.
Seeing Through the Deck:
A strange (nearly self-working) way to pinpoint a selected card.
Two Hindu Shuffle Forces of More Than One Card:
A number of ways to force, glimpse, and control cards with the Hindu Shuffle.
The Boston-Lorayne Card Change:
A pretty color-change using a fan of cards.
Stripper Spin Reverse:
Super-slick method to gain control over multiple cards using a mixture of sleight-of-hand and a common gimmicked deck.
The Non Telephone Telephone Trick:
Magic mixed with a bit of math used to find multiple cards in a random process.
A Red & Black Separation:
You'll learn how to get the red and black cards to instantly separate even though you've mixed them together face-up.
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