Bizzaro's Color-Changing Sponge Ball
To-Do Voodoo (by me)
Salt Shaker through Table
They're the best!
Answered at 01:55pm on October 31st, 2013 by ricklax1 (98 karma)
Answered at 10:25am on September 15th, 2014 by 67894 (3 karma)
I would choose the effects onhttp://www.lybrary.com/free-will-p-476988.html because they can be done anywhere anytime, impromptu, but you still seem to read minds! And they are easy :)
Answered at 01:39pm on May 8th, 2014 by VidarF (24 karma)
1) my spoon bending routine
2) to the max
3) isabellas star
4) haunted deck
5) a drawing duplication I created.
Answered at 03:48pm on November 16th, 2013 by magictrickster121 (31 karma)
Electric touch + - it is make your magic much more stronger
The Quantum Bender (or Coinvexed)- a wonderful routine that you can do with one prop that makes the spectators think you are a very good magician( I combine the coin bend with Electric Touch+, it is so magical!).
TKO 2.0 - it is so good! you can do beautiful vanishes with it and it is in my coin act ( with Electric touch+ and The Quantum Bender)
Industrial Revelation- it is a great trick that connects you with the audience and at the end of the trick the audience will be so surprised, so you can make sure they will think you are a very good magician. it is in my coin act as well ( I do it with a coin).
Capture- that is absolutely stunning! they will never forget that moment that you pushed that coin onto their phone. It will impress them and they will know that your magic is professional and when they will think that your magic is professional they will think you are professional as well (It is definitely in my coin act).
Oh, and by the way, I love coin magic (;
Answered at 10:20am on November 6th, 2013 by idohadar (0 karma)
I would like to get my 12 yo grandson interested in card tricks; he has a good numbers reasoning logic (arithmetic). Which book would be appropriate for his age?
Answered at 08:17pm on February 3rd, 2014 by Misha2 (-3 karma)