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Andy Nyman's Killer Elite
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Actually Im working my way through the 3 new ones by Bannon - under the Fractal MAgic series. the best part are the fact they're all wholly examinable...blows them away!
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Gypsy Monte a la R. Paul Wilson
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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Two great kids show tricks -

The Dogs B*ll*cks by Paul Gordon
Effin Cannibals by Paul Gordon
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THE (W)HOLE CARD - Emerson and West
EIGHT BALL - Emerson and West

Some Great Old Tricks... Smile
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Wouldn't it be great if we included the routine and maybe where you found it, like in a book or DVD, or as a sold packet trick, some of you did just that, while others just drop a name, no one knows all these names and surches can take a long time.

I love an effect called Girls Night Out, you show 5 bathing beutys, and the spec goes thru a short story how he will end up with one of them, turn face down now and he ends up with a real ugly duck, it has truly shocked many guy's,

I got it at the magic warehouse for around 10 bucks
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The ORIGINAL version of "Done With Mirrors" as produced by Larry Mahan of Colorado Springs.
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Whole card,
NFW
Gypsy Curse,

I just got Alien Autopsy great trick

I have won called a day at the races I do from Max maven I made the cards

and My bar packet trick called last call.

Directors Cut is great

Diceman is awesome

All Andy Nyman stuff

It, gregory wilson.

Number mystery undone

these are always with me
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Not a big card guy but really like NFW and the Daley Trick. These tricks work really well when I do them. I like them because they are stunning and require a little sleight of hand that appears pretty slick, at least I feel like that when I do the effects. I feel like I'm a real card guy Smile and I sure think the specs feel that way. Smile NFW and Daley Trick, hard to beat them. Smile
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I used "Marked" by John Cornelius this days
awesome reactions
I modified the handling and the patter to fit my style(perceptions and subtle marked card)
very good effect
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Dirty Deal by Bruce Cervon is another great one.
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On 2009-04-04 19:24, Leo Reynolds Jr wrote:
Horsen Around Nick Trost
Gourmet Mouse-?
Polish Poker Nick Trost
Nut Shell Monte Nick Trost
Fly Circus Nick Trost

The Good Old Days packet tricks. Still had some laying around.


Gourmet Mouse is from Larry West.
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"Girls night" out done for guy's, really get's them,I use this in trade shows for clients, telling them they have won a date with any one of these girls and to be fair to the girls , they will have to choose in a ramdon fashion, and for Gal's it would have to be "Common Scents" they really think there is a perfume smell.
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Although I'm just getting back into magic again after many years, one of my favorites, which I purchased sometime way back in the 1970's, was Nick Trost's Roadrunner Card Trick. It seemed like a great card trick for kids at the time. But as my son has been grown for awhile now, I don't know, are kids familiar with the Roadrunner vs. Wyle E. Coyote cartoons these days, I wonder?
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My version of the Ten Card Poker Deal, a five phase routine where the spectator, using the dark side of the force, wins the four first one getting money, my gold lighter, my watch, my car..) before he uses all the deck and betting all he has won for a one billion dollar bill and losing everything he has won to a Royal Flush that he dealt to the performer (defending the rest of the audience), but being allowed to keep the billion dollar bill as a souvenir.

When the thread asks for our "Favorite "Fun" Packet Tricks" it fails to precise whether it is fun for the performer (which seems to be the case for most of the replies) or whether it is fun for the audience. To me, it seems that the spirit of the question concerns what is fun for the audience more than the satisfied desire of some performers to humiliate their audience (most of the three card monte quoted: I didn't see Bob Sheets routine in there, a rare one to be concern with the audience feeling well).
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Pick Pocket by David Acer. Smile
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On 2009-09-02 10:29, dpe666 wrote:
Pick Pocket by David Acer. Smile


Thanks dpe666 (my doctor says I'm not getting enough flattery). If anyone is interested in seeing it, we've actually just posted a new demo for PICKPOCKET here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBXMD4cX3SY
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The tree of hearts. Three threes are show. The three of hearts changes into a tree with hearts hanging from the branches.

Happy family (I don't know the correct name). A King,queen,jack, and joker are shown. When they are shown again, the king has "turned his back" on the rest of the family. Every time they are shown again, another card appears face down. Then all the backs change from red to blue and finally, all the backs are shown to be blank.
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On 2009-11-27 19:37, David Acer wrote:
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On 2009-09-02 10:29, dpe666 wrote:
Pick Pocket by David Acer. Smile


Thanks dpe666 (my doctor says I'm not getting enough flattery). If anyone is interested in seeing it, we've actually just posted a new demo for PICKPOCKET here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBXMD4cX3SY


If you have the cards for Ton Onosaka's (did I spell that right?) Bicycle Built For Five, you can do PickPocket with those cards. I think that doing PickPocket with those cards makes BBFF a better trick. Smile
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I like the idea of Ron Frost's Carderfeier, involving printing errors.
Although I would like to have seen a Queen that had the colors out of registration.
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