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The INVISIBLE Deck DVD Starring Oz Pearlman (DVD + Bicycle Deck)
Price: $19.95

Deck and DVD

This package includes a Bicycle Brand Invisible Deck and a training DVD that will help you master the Invisible Deck quickly and easily. You'll also learn how to use your Invisible Deck in ways many magicians never imagine.

The basic effect is simple: Ask your spectator to think of a card. Take out your deck, open it up, and spread the cards. All the cards are face-up except for one... YOUR SPECTATOR'S CHOSEN CARD. It doesn't get any stronger than this. We're talking about a MIRACLE of card magic. No moves. Clean as can be. Fair. Fair. Fair. (It looks fair, anyway :-) Actually, it couldn't be more UNFAIR!!!

The Invisible Deck allows you to perform one of the strongest effects in card magic WITH NO SLEIGHT OF HAND. The deck does all the work! But that's not why working pros love it so much. Pros love it because it's also the perfect OUT for any other card trick that goes wrong...

Imagine...

...your spectator forgets which card he/she chose and names one off the top of their head!
...you make a mistake and find the wrong card!
...your spectator doesn't follow your instructions... while your back is turned she mixes up the deck and puts half the cards in her armpit...
HAVE NO FEAR... your Invisible Deck will save the day every time.

The Invisible Deck is not JUST an "out"... it's an "out" that makes the routine even stronger! How many "outs" can you say that about?

In this DVD Oz teaches you to use the Invisible Deck like a pro. You'll learn the standard routine plus some surprising and beautiful ways to use the Invisible Deck to achieve other powerful effects. Oz makes learning the Invisible Deck fun and easy, and he makes sure you get your money's worth out of this million dollar secret.

The Invisible Deck is a must-have piece of card magic. It comes with our highest recommendation. Order now and start performing within days. This is an item every magician should have.
Kundalini Rising Cards (new/improved) McBride
Price: $10.00

NEW EDITION!

The new edition of Kundalani Rising includes a color cover for the directions and a page of new notes and han

Pop Haydn's Comedy Four Ring Routine (2014) by Pop Haydn
Price: $35.00

Pop Haydn is a past vice-president of the Magic Castle in Hollywood, as well as a six time award winner there for his performances in close-up, s
COMEDY CHRISTMAS MAGIC WAND
Price: $50.00

JAMES, TOMMY
Magic Magazine November 2014
Price: $6.50

Michael Carbonaro: Hiding in Plain Sight
The Carbonaro Effect is a hit on the truTV network, with twice as many new shows ordered as originally planned. Michael Carbonaro and his team spend their days creating magic that doesn't look like magic, and capturing people's reactions on hidden cameras.

Rethinking Dell O'Dell
She was one of the busiest professionals in magic for nearly thirty years, taking command of whatever style of venue she chose to play. Dell O'Dell and her husband, juggler Charlie Carrer, seem to have been liked by everyone - despite her much maligned rhyming patter.

Mat Franco
In September, Mat Franco accomplished what was previously thought to be highly unlikely: winning a season of America's Got Talent with a magic act. He did it through a combination of tricks both old and new, charm, and an innate ability to adapt to the game.

You Never Know!
How did Bill Malone, who has never acted before, land a guest-starring role on one of the most popular shows on television? Simply by being himself and being a magician - and being seen by a producer who wrote the non-magic role with one of his favorite magicians in mind.

Plus Updates on...
  • Magic at Disneyland's Halloween Carnival
  • Allan Dickens' Magnifica in France
  • Steve Santini on TV in Escape From
  • Remembrances of Bud Dietrich and Phil Wilmarth

  • Bonus Content for the November Issue...
  • Links to four of the magical moments from Michael Carbonaro's television show, The Carbonaro Effect.
  • Two new excerpts from Murphy's At The Table Lecture Series: Dan Hauss teaches a nifty penetration with a coin, a sugar packet, and a needle. Triple Impact is a pocket-to-pocket prediction effect from Mark Elsdon.*
  • A "First Look" excerpt from Jonathan Levit's new DVD set, Jonathan Levit: Ahead of the Game, on which he teaches his work on Any Card at Any Number.*
  • Audio recordings of Dell O'Dell's rhyming patter for some of her favorite routines, plus Dell cutting up with friends at the 1940 IBM Convention in Davenport, Iowa. While the sound quality is not the best, these recordings have not been heard publicly in over sixty years.*
  • A flashback to our January 2002 interview with joke writer and presidential speechwriter Robert Orben.*
  • Continuing weekly installments of Joanie Spina's "Directions," a home study course in showmanship and stagecraft - each presented in a one-paragraph summary, the entire article in an easy to read format, and on video with examples.*
  • Convention Podcasts: The Magic Summit and MacMillan International Magic
    (* Available for subscribers only at M360)

  • Marketplace
    Nineteen products are reviewed this month by Peter Duffie, Gabe Fajuri, Greg Gleason, Jared Kopf, Francis Menotti, Peter Pitchford, and John Wilson:
    The Hollingworth Collection by Guy Hollingworth and Dan and Dave Buck
    Domino Effect by Alex Pandrea
    The Casino Con by Steve Gore and Gregory Wilson
    Lightspeed by Perseus Arkomanis
    Cootie Catcher Magic by Jason Michaels
    Flatline by Jay Sankey
    At the Table Live Lecture Series by Murphy's Magic
    3 Secrets by Ken Niinuma
    The Answer by Ron Salamangkero
    Duo by Rian Lehman
    The Skinner Tapes by Kaufman & Co.
    Equilateral 3 by JC Sum
    Spider Girl Illusion
    E-rase by Julien Arlandis
    The Wallet Transformer by Cameron Francis
    Spontaneous Combustion by Granell
    Unveil by Hyun Joon Kim
    Card Magic Course by Steve Faulkner
    Pop Haydn's The Mongolian Pop Knot

    First Look: The Sense of Wonder
    Robert E. Neale is considered to be a leading philosopher of magic and an innovator of magic effects and presentations. His new book, The Sense of Wonder, published last month sets out to expand our understanding of the human capacity to wonder beyond our limited notions of it, so magicians can create more and better wonders for their audiences. In these excerpts, The Tortured Bill explains an "impossible" fold, and Only a Paper Doll presents a torn-and-restored routine.

    The Monk's Way: Discrepancy Find
    I remember the moment when the Monk emerged, the moment when my imagined audience became my conspirators. The year was 1999 and I was on the phone from Philly to New Orleans with my friend Mark Aspiazu. I was explaining a new version of Marlo's Ace-x-Ace and I had hit a snag. The final display was hitting inconsistently and I had no answers. Then a glaring problem was evident: this was not the right time for a maneuver. This is when the audience is focused and aware. What are they focused on? What is important to them at this moment? This question brought in the light. No more move; no more audience as viewer.

    Loving Mentalism: Flexicon
    This month's "Loving Mentalism" item, from guest contributor Daniel Young, is all about strange, obscure, and amusing words. From hundreds of such words, a spectator merely looks at one and concentrates on it. You try to read her mind, and you fail! She names the word she is thinking of, and when you open your sealed, printed prediction that has been in view the whole time, it matches perfectly! The routine is neatly deceptive, easy to perform, and provides plenty of scope for fun. After all, how many mentalism routines do you know that involve words like "sausage" and "snollygoster"?

    Bent on Deception: Advice Column
    When Horace Greeley gave the nation his famous advice to "Go West, young man," it was probably great advice for some - and horrible advice for others. I'm sure that some of those who took his advice stepped off the covered wagon, full of hope, and were immediately shot to death. I'm pretty sure it was also Greeley who coined the phrase "My bad!" (Also, Go West is one of the worst Marx Brothers movies.) Every day, we get advice from friends, family, fortune cookies, news stories, talk shows, and Facebook memes. We are even given advice that contradicts other advice we've been given. We're told "Look before you leap" and "He who hesitates is lost." With so much advice pelting us, we need to learn to take it with a grain of salt. We need to pick and choose what advice we listen to and what advice to ignore. In entertainment, this is really essential. Let me tell you a story.

    Classic Correspondence: Senator Crandall to Harry Mendoza
    On February 23, 1966, millions of people across America tuned in to The Beverly Hillbillies and watched dimwitted Jethro assist "Marvo the Magnificent" and "accidentally" expose the P&L Vanishing Bowl of Water and the Modern Cabinet. All in good fun, of course, but not all magicians were amused. One unamused viewer was Howard Adams, who felt compelled to send a letter to Bill Larsen Jr., editor of Genii magazine. Howard complained that he was forced to take the Vanishing Bowl of Water out of his act and that the magic on this TV program "could have been handled by a ten year old." Magician Harry Mendoza, the technical advisor for the show, was quick to respond. His rebuttal filled more than a full page in Genii and stated that Adams had insulted his intelligence. Editor Bill Larsen capped it all off by suggesting that any further discussion on this topic should be addressed directly to the parties involved. Sitting in his Chicago apartment, Clarke "The Senator" Crandall rolled a sheet of his simple stationery into the typewriter, pushed down the "caps lock" key, and started typing.

    For What It's Worth: Don't Drink the Kool-Aid
    After watching Masters of Illusion, Wizard Wars, Houdini part one, YouTube clips from America's Got Talent and a few more "Got Talents," and other self-proclaimed masters of magic, I couldn't help but focus on a single word. A word that, at one time, the magic community embraced as having special meaning. A word that magicians used as a beacon for truth and reason, intended to shed light on dishonest practices and ideas. What was that word? Bull. If honesty and integrity and creativity have anything to do with a good magic performance, you won't see much of that on television these days.

    Walkabout Soup: A Milkshake or a Zombie Apocalypse
    I woke up on a bus with no idea where I was or how I'd gotten there. I groggily blinked and looked around. The bus wasn't moving. Also, I was the only person on it. I was alone on an empty bus in - let's look out the window - the middle of the desert. What? I tried to think back to the last thing I could remember. Nothing immediately came to mind. This didn't worry me - at least not yet. Anyone who has done much traveling knows the few seconds of disorientation and existential doubt you can get when waking up in an unfamiliar location. However, that usually happens in a hotel room. Not on an empty bus in the middle of a desert.
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    Price: $2,850.00

    Visibly walk right through a mirror!
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    â¢2 locking casters
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    Consignment item in as New condition. Only one available. Never been removed from its bag!</
    Dollar Sized Penny
    Price: $10.00

    High Quality Dollar Sized US Penny.

    Diameter: 1.5"
    R & B Phenomena (Blue) by Iñaki Zabaletta and Vernet Magic
    Price: $39.95

    From the creator of "Silkeny", "The No Way Bottle Production", "Ethereal Deck" and "52 B' Wave"

    R & B Phenomena by Iñ
    Medallion by Mystique Factory
    Price: $85.00

    Solid steel pendant changes in the spectator's hand!

    Two spectators select two cards, one each. You take out a medalli



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