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PARLOUR / STAGE


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    The magician displays a purse, opens it and takes out... another purse... which contains yet another purse! From this last purse, he takes out four Chinese coins, which he places in a row on the table. One of these coins is replaced in one of the purses (the other two have been put away); when he counts the coins on the table again, he has four of them! The process is repeated several times! The last time, he puts not one, but three coins in the purse... and despite this, he still has four and hands them out for examination!  
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    The magician ties a knot on a rope. Miracle! A silk instantly appears in the middle of the rope, imprisoned by the knot! To buy: - some rope click here. - One silk click here.  
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    I love this trick, and all its wiliness. It's a dream you had the day before, about a young spectator who is chosen at random from the audience. For 5 minutes, he's going to become the world's greatest young magician, with all kinds of powers! In the end, he'll end up choosing a card in his head... which will be the one written all along on a large slate, covered by a veil, but in full view, all the time! There's as much comedy as a truly magical moment at the end. No electronics! A true « Bloomerie »...  
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    A exceptional new handling for the torn and mended card. A freely chosen card is signed, then torn into four pieces. All the pieces are fused together, one by one, on sight, until the card is card is completely mended. Everything can be handed out for examination, and the card is given as a souvenir. The trick is relatively easy to perform, and restorations seem completely impossible. A true marvel. To buy an ordinary deck of cards click here.  
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    The Tossed Out Deck is an extremely popular and possibly the best neo-classical plot in mentalism. For Luke Jermay, this trick is one of the best opening routines for a performance. He gives us here his own version of this wonderful effect! Several spectators peek at a card in laboratory conditions… nevertheless, the performer guesses all these cards! A real mystery!  
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    With a simple scarf and a rope, achieve a striking effect! You tie a knot on a rope and suddenly a scarf appears tied, trapped on the rope. Striking and very easy to do!  
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    A routine with a minimalist technique, but with a baffling effect. It's ideal, isn't it? The routine is kept simple, while raising the tension: we start with "The obvious", then "The interesting" and finally "The Amazing". And indeed, it is!  
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    If you want to make a silk appear, you've come to the right place! This is the easiest method you can find and at the same time the most effective. You show your empty hands and yet, clapping your hands a silk appears from nothing. It is beautiful!  
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    An interlude of parlour and stage magic. This is one of my favorite visual magic sequences. A candle appears and disappears twice with great naturalness and simplicity. The second time this candle turns into a clown's nose. Natural Tenkai palm, misdirection and timing theory explained in great detail with wise comments by Dominique Duvivier.  
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    One coin, a multitude of miracles!

    David Stone's elegance, precision, and unique touch give incomparable purity to the effects of this coin routine. David Stone has done us the honor and generosity to explain for Double Fond TV an impressive number of techniques (some of which are personal to him) and others coming from the greatest magicians specialized in the manipulation of the coins.

    A privilege not to be missed!  

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    This category is for those who have never made balloon sculptures before. We recommend that you follow the videos in order, the first ones having for purpose to teach you the basic techniques, which are implemented in the sculptures described next. Most of these sculptures only require 260 balloons. If necessary, you will find explanatory videos of the techniques used in the dedicated section. You will be able to read the techniques used below the videos.  
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    The perfect combination of a Book Test and a card trick! The effect, as well as the techniques used, are subtly combined to create a beautiful routine! And it's very easy to do. So there's no more hesitation!  
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    Discover how a side steal can become an ultra-natural control and allow spectacular revelation of four cards. With this sequence you will be able to involve large groups of people around you and perform standing routines for large tables. This sequence is also perfectly suited in cocktail situations where spectators cannot take the cards in their hands. Everything is visual, fast and very impactful in this routine, where two revelations of four selected cards are revealed to you, while taking into account your technical skills. Real pro card magic, the result of 20 years of experience in event management!  
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    This sculpture is based on a lion by Shirley Ray, which was probably inspired by the one described by Ralph Dewey in Dewey's new balloon animals (1976), and whose proportions I modestly and simply modified. The necessary balloons : - 1 balloon 260 The techniques used : - "Pinch twist": described by Roger Siegel in Roger's rubber Jungle, 1973 (?)  
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    A plane with only one balloon, it's not easy, but it's possible... fasten your seatbelts, we take off._x000D_ The necessary balloons :_x000D_ - 1 260 ballon_x000D_ The techniques used:_x000D_ - "Pinch twist": described by Roger Siegel in Roger's rubber Jungle, 1973 (?)  
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    The use of the 160 makes it possible to combine the two characteristics of the kangaroo that are generally found dissociated on the different versions with a single balloon 260, namely the boxing gloves and the baby in the pocket . The balloons needed: - 1 orange or brown 160 balloon. The techniques used: - "Bird body": probably invented by Ralph Dewey? - Pinch/ear twist": described by Roger Siegel in Roger's rubber Jungle, 1973 (?) - "Split pinch twist".  
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