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superweird7
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Hi Guys
I'm looking for magic tricks to buy that the trick is not too hard to do and I can carry it with me...I do street magic and I want something like Flite by Steve Thompson or double cross something that is easy
sorry for my bad ENG
Thanks...
funsway
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There are many paddle move tricks available that will work.

Easy to adapt story line to any situation. Check out the Café' archive threads for recommendations.

Once you master the moves you are prepared for life on the many variations.
"the more one pretends at magic, the more awe and wonder will be found in real life." Arnold Furst



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Dougini
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Unmasked by ARKADIO & SOLANGE

"Unmasked is genius and perfect for these days. It was the first trick I did when I started my “live shows”. I am sure this will be part of your professional repertoire as soon as you get it!”

-Adrian Vega

You can perform two different effects, a card prediction or a character reveal on your mask.

An effect that you are going to have with you wherever you go.

Designed and manufactured by Costumes SK, an original idea created for these time by Arkadio & Solange

-Very visual

-Easy to do.

-Covid-19 tested mask fabric.

-No angles.

-Easy preparation.

Package contents:

- 5 character cards. (High quality, parlour size).

- 1 double change mask.

3 options available:

-Joker with a random card.

-Personalised . If you want an unique design with your own idea, we'll make it for you.

Get it here:

https://www.penguinmagic.com/p/14187

You're welcome! Smile

Doug
SoloDoubleAct
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How big of a crowd do you intend to draw? Big crowd, can't beat the classic cups and balls; look in to Gazzo's work on it. Small on the spot kinda stuff, I really think rubber band work is quick and impactful on the street. I highly recommend Rubber Deception by Joe R, lots of mileage out of essentially one utility move. Also cannot beat a thumb tip!
mikenewyork
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B’wave is a good beginner packet trick
PhantomStranger
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On Dec 17, 2020, mikenewyork wrote:
B’wave is a good beginner packet trick


I second this, B'wave is excellent for a beginner packet, always blows peoples minds.
Rodeo
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Crowd size is of course a large factor. As mentioned above, Cups and Balls is always great and can be done so many different ways. Pen Through Bill is another simple trick that packs small. However, I feel that if you are going to be packing a gimmicked writing device, Double Cross would get you a lot more mileage and reaction.

Packing along a deck of cards (normal or invisible deck) or packet trick are great ideas too. If you have a deck of cards, a blister effect might be something that interests you.
jimhlou
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Get a fire wallet.draws them in. People love fire
Dougini
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Flash paper can elevate a sleight of hand vanish or reappearance. Be careful with fire in public. One COULD get into trouble...I did.

Doug
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ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS trick
try the free - impromptu props
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBBKzUR4oMA

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