Made to Measure Magic (M2MM)
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Give Me a Big Hand

An excellent coin trick with a novel climax – based on Roy Johnson’s Cent. 

£6
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Dig for Victory

A chosen, signed card is lost in the deck. A picture of a rabbit burrows into the deck, making holes as he goes, to reappear affixed to the back of the chosen, signed card.

 

£12
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Bon Appetit

The spectator is invited to go for a meal and is handed menus from four different restaurants. He chooses a starter from one menu, a main course from another, a sweet from another and a drink from a fourth. The total cost of the meal is added and it matches the prediction that has been on the table from the start.

£6

Pub Crawl

Similar to Bon Appetit except that the spectator goes on a pub crawl taking drinks at different pubs. He is asked to imagine that he has taken £15 with him and at the climax to the effect the envelope, that has been on the table from the start, is shown to contain the correct amount of change.

£6

Name That Casino

A pack of cards is made up of cards from different casinos so that they have distinguishable backs. Spectator has a free choice of any card and before he names it you predict what casino that particular card came from. As a second climax, from the same deck of cards, you name a card and the spectator names a casino. When the card from the casino that the spectator named is removed from the deck and turned over it is shown to be the card that you named.

£15
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Las Vegas Liaison

A standard trick but brought to life by the use of casino cards so that the deck is made up of of two cards from each of 26 different casinos so that they have different backs. Two prediction cards are removed from the deck and the spectator tells you where to insert them, face up, in the deck. When the face up cards and their mates are removed the backs show that they are from the same casino. Their faces also form a matching pair (eg. 3H and 3D) and when the rest of the pack is spread face up it is shown to be all black (or red if the selected cards are black). An easy to do trick with five climaxes,

£10
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Sniff That Card

A card is selected from a deck. The cards are cut and half are spread face down on the table and the wind up animal walks along the spread - stopping at the chosen card. Bicycle cards.

£12
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Mimi - The Mind Reading Doll based on an idea by Graham Boylan

A card is freely chosen from a deck of 52 different cards. The spectator is given three more cards and asked to mix them face down and spread them on the table. Mimi is introduced and stood up. You point to each of the cards in turn and ask 'Is this the card?' As you point at one of the cards, Mimi falls over. It proves to be the chosen card. Instantly repeatable with a different selection. Bicycles. 

£10
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Las Vegas Sort

A packet of cards is shown to be from different Las Vegas Casinos (They are genuine casino cards) and shuffled by the Spectator. Two spectators decide which cards to keep and which to reject without anyone seeing the faces. When the cards are turned over one Spectator has only chosen red cards and one has chosen only black. 

 
£10
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Time for Vegas

A Spectator has a free choice of a number between 1 and 12. 12 cards are dealt face up into a clock face pattern and you say that the card at the chosen number will match the prediction placed on the table from the start. You explain that the cards are from different Las Vegas Casinos and the card at the chosen number is turned over to show the Casino it is from (The Mirage for example). When the prediction is revealed it states 'You will not choose a card from the Golden Nugget (for example). The prediction is correct but the audience are not impressed until you turn over all the other 52 cards and they are from The Golden Nugget (Casinos will vary).

 
£10
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