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magicman222
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What's your favorite self working card trick?
denny_Corby
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-Lazy man's card trick

-JC Wagner's super closer

-Xeroxed deck
redstreak
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probably black envelope for self-working.
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Raising Card.

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Simon Aronson's Poker Deal.
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"Rough and Smooth Forever" - Jay Sankey
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One of my very favorites...
Al Baker's Diminishing Cards.

What great reactions!
Mark Martinez
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Allan Ackerman's Gemini Money
Magically,
Mark

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Invisible Deck first then Henry Evan's "A Tribute to Varone"
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The 52 card trick. and the piano trick

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BIlly James
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Gemini twins
Alex Ng
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Invisible Deck & Untouched
SimonP
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Brainwave deck I suppose. It's not quite self working, but it's not hard
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Invisible deck do I think!
People I´ve done it for have just asked me to do that trick again. They thought that the other tricks could have been done with skill but this one??? They don't get "a *****"!

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John Fitzgerald
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"Out of This World" and "Mexican Poker".

The strength of these two routines is absolutely phenomenal.

Incidently, even though I practice sleight-of-hand extensively, these are my two favourite tricks of all.

Though, they aren't really self-working because they need to be married with sleight-of-hand when I perform them to enhance the effect immensely.

Take it easy,

John.
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Invisible deck, untouched, 52 card pick up Smile
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since Black envelope isn't totally self-working, I guess that my favorite is out of this world.
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Invisible Deck. I will sit at the front of a line of people entering a party (reception line, sign-in line, etc.) and do it over and over as I go down the line, turning away from the line to "reverse" a new card each time. The reaction builds each time I do it.
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Neither nor blind or stupid by Juan Tamariz
Feurio by Pit Hartling
and the Super memory by Juan Tamariz Smile Smile
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I like Stewart James' "Further Than That." Unfortunately, the method is so easy many magicians fail to realize the impact it has on spectators. Lucky me. Smile
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presented correctly gemini twins is a killer.
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