Tag Archives: Magic

Sugar Rush by Brian Platt

Perform absolutely impossible looking miracles, anytime, anywhere, with ease! And all with everyday objects- a couple of chocolates. The possibilities are endless, but listed below are a handful of favorites taught on the DVD. Sugar Rush! includes two custom machined gimmicks, one 30 minute DVD and a few SR Pro Accessories as a complimentary bonus.

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At The Table Live Lecture By Joshua Jay

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You’ve seen him on The Today Show, Good Morning America, and even on Penn & Teller’s Fool Us. That’s right, Joshua Jay is back from a whirlwind of televised appearances for his second At The Table Lecture. The first time he was here, Josh teased us with a routine that fooled Penn and Teller and now he finally reveals the method! As an author of thirteen books on magic, Josh has designed this lecture to not only teach seven amazing tricks in that unique style that only Joshua Jay can deliver, but also serves an extensive lesson on method and practicality. Whether you are a beginner or seasoned professional, there will be something for you with Joshua Jay At The Table. Here’s what Josh will be teaching

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Three Miracles by Luis Otero

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Venezuela’s Luis Otero is one of our absolute favorite magicians, and he is an underground force! His magic is highly original and his presentational style is pure fun. We asked Luis to headline our gala show at The Session last year, and with only a pack of cards, he commanded a standing ovation. Here are three of his favorite routines, never before published…until now. 

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Lavand By Michael O’Brien

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In memory of the great Rene Lavand.

“Lavand” is an extremely clean and practical four card oil and water type effect. The magician shuffles the four cards together, mixing up the colors. However, under seemingly impossible conditions, the cards continue to separate, keeping the red cards together on one side and the black cards together on the other.

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