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Mar 28
2009

Tattoo Joe by Joe Russel Revealed

Posted by chung in Tutorial , Street Magic , Mentalism , CloseUp

chung

The Performance:

[video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyiMDqDRml4]

 

Mar 18
2009

Criss Angel - Palm Sight Revealed

Posted by Zuugician in Tutorial , Street Magic , Mentalism

Zuugician

EFFECT: The magician asks a spectator to name the first letter of someone's name who is close to him. The magician then tells the spectator to grab the magician's hand, and to squeeze it tightly as he concentrates on his letter. The magician then instructs the spectator to release his hand. As the spectator stares at the red marks left on the magician's hand, the marks slowly begin to morph into the letter the spectator was thinking of.

Dec 08
2008

David Blaine Trick - How To Make a Nail Writer

Posted by Bruce in Tutorial , Street Magic , Mentalism

Bruce

Effect:


The magician asks for a person to think in a number of 3 digits. After the person thinks of a number, the magician writes in a paper block the number that she thought. The number that she thought is the same as it is written in the block.

This trick has an excellent effect.

Nov 04
2008

Mystic Ash Revealed

Posted by momo in Tutorial , Street Magic , Mentalism , CloseUp , Card

momo

The Effect:

The magician shows you a pack of cards and places it under a large handkerchief. With the cards now covered he asks you to make a cut in the deck. You keep hold of the cut through the handkerchief and the remaining cards are brought back out. You are then shown the top card which you cut to. The deck is put back together and you are handed a small piece of paper and a pen. You are asked to draw a picture of your card on the paper and fold it up as small as you can. This is then held over an empty ash tray and set on fire! The magician sprinkles the ashes on to his forearm and rubs them in with his hand. The card you selected is revealed in ash on the magicians arm! David Blaine has a variation of this trick, I have to say it’s been around a lot longer than he has but nether the less is a great trick!

 

Nov 04
2008

Psychic Memory Free Tutorial!

Posted by momo in Tutorial , Performance , Mentalism , CloseUp , Card

momo

The effect:

The magician riffles through the entire deck in a fraction of a second and looks at all the cards. A tells everyone that he now knows the order of every card in the deck! The first card is easy as everyone can see it, so says, 3 of diamonds. The deck is then put behind his back and the front card is put to the back and the deck is brought back out facing the audience. The new front card is correctly predicted. Again the cards are put behind the magicians back and the front card put to the back, brought out and correctly identified. The magician repeats this until everyone is satisfied that he knows the entire deck!

 

Nov 01
2008

David Blaine Mind Reading Trick Revealed!

Posted by james in Tutorial , Mentalism

james

1. “Think of any card,” it's a wild guess but a spectator will almost always think of the Nine of diamonds, Ace of spades, Queen of Hearts or the Six of Clubs. Have each of those cards on you in one way or another and reveal.

2. “Pick a number between 50-100 with even different digits.” Answer: 68

3. “Pick a number between 1-1,000” Answer: 333

Oct 31
2008

David Blaine - Psycho Kinetic Time

Posted by Zisco in Tutorial , Street Magic , Mentalism

Zisco

The Effect:

A watch is borrowed, the magician does not carry anything! After showing the watch to those nearby who notice the current time, you place the watch face down in the spectator’s hand. His hand is closed over the watch. The magician doesn't not touch the watch again. The magician then asks the spectator to name a number and then to concentrate on that number and the watch. He
opens his hand, turns over the watch and sees that the hands of the watch have moved that many minutes! This trick does not require any gimmicks.

 

Oct 25
2008

Heads or Tails Prediction

Posted by abertzinx in Tutorial , Mentalism , Coin , CloseUp

abertzinx

The Effect

Onto the table you place a sealed envelope and a 10, 20 and 50 pence piece. The spectator chooses one of the coins and the others are discarded. The chosen coin is flipped so it lands heads or tails.

The envelope is opened, turned upside down and a folded piece of paper falls out. The spectator opens the folded paper to reveal a prediction. You have correctly predicted the not only the chosen coin but whether it would land heads up or tails up.

Oct 24
2008

Simple Shape Prediction Explanation

Posted by Zisco in Tutorial , Mentalism

Zisco

The Effect:
You walk out on stage and place a large card on a chair or`easel facing the audience. The card has three shapes drawn on it; a square, a triangle and a circle.

You choose an audience member and ask him to stand. You explain that when people are asked to think of a simple shape, these are the three commonest designs chosen. You ask him to choose one of the shapes, in this case he chooses the square.

You then ask him to reach under his chair where he'll find an envelope stuck underneath. Ask him to remove the envelope and as he does so, explain that earlier on you made a prediction as to which shape he would choose and stuck it under his chair.

When he opens the envelope, there is a postcard inside that reads 'You will choose the square'.

Oct 06
2008

The Forcing Card Trick

Posted by gurusharan in Tutorial , Street Magic , Mentalism , CloseUp , Card

gurusharan

This trick very easy, yet it amuses even clever people. It can be used for all kinds of prediction tricks involving cards, depending on the magician's innovation.

The Effect:

   The magician writes down a card on a piece of paper. The paper is then folded and handed over to a spectator. The magician then takes a pack of cards and shows that it is only a normal pack. He then shuffles the pack and asks the spectator to make a cut. The cut pack of cards is turned over the rest of the cards.

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