MyMagic eNewsletter #800
December 28, 2019
Had a very nice weekend performing at Comix and ended up making more money at the poker table than at my show. What surprised me is how many venues at the massive casino are hosting Beer Pong games with official Beer Pong tables. I guess you don’t notice certain things until you are made aware of them.
So, if you didn’t get your very own, personal Beer Pong Ball Vase yet I should make you aware of them: HERE.
I just received a large shipment of the hand-made N-Stripper Decks that keep selling out. Once again, I want to warn you that these are for advanced cardicians and are not suitable for novices. It will take practice to get used to them, but once you do you can easily find the Aces, Kings and Queens after the spectator shuffles and examines the deck.
Get an N-Stripper: HERE.
I did want to ask you if you would be interested in the two known variants of the N-Stripper. The N-Stripper I am offering now is really an “N3” because it allows you to find three cards. These are also made as “N4” and “N5” decks which allow you to also find the Jacks and Tens in a slightly different way. What do you think? Especially from the magicians and gamblers who already purchased the N3?
Impromptu Card Magic:
I was able to finish digitizing and preparing volume six of Aldo Colombini’s Impromptu Card Magic for the final release of 2019.
Once again you get 15 impromptu card routines that you can do anytime, anywhere. Well, we did include one trick that needs an eight-card setup by Jack Avis that is excellent.
Contributors to this volume are: Peter Duffie, J. K. Hartman, Roy Walton, Marty Kane, Robin Robertson, Jack Avis, Karl Fulves, and Aldo Colombini. As usual the introductory sales price will end on Tuesday night.
Watch and buy: HERE.
Torn Corner Machine:
Just received another shipment of the Torn Corner Machine 2.0 which can be used to score and rip identical corners off of cards (or anything that will fit in it) in order to do impossibly seeming cards to impossible locations.
Get one: HERE.
Dream Card Revisited:
David Malek’s book about the Dream Card with an extensive section about palming just got a phenomenal review online and magicians have been asking and looking for it. I have a little more than 10 copies in stock, and all are autographed by David.
You can read the full review on the bottom of the product page: HERE.
I also have a few autographed (by David Malek) Poker Chips that he used during the filming of his Cheating At Hold’Em DVD. The DVD can be purchased: HERE.
As a special gift you can have one of the autographed Poker Chips for FREE with every Malek purchase this year.
Get a Dream Card book: HERE.
Have a great new year and I hope that 2020 will be our best year ever,
PS: I decided to extend the sale for the six-volume DVD set of Aldo’s Impromptu Card Magic until the end of the year or until I release all the videos as downloads. So, you can still get the set at a bargain price.
Get the set now, get the set: HERE.
Upcoming Live Appearances:
►Jan 16: Performing at Jeff McBride’s Wonderground in Las Vegas. Get info: HERE.
►Jan 17-21: Exhibiting at the SAM National Convention in Las Vegas, NV. Info: HERE.
Until next time, Meir
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Gene Maze’s fantastic chain routine combines the Fast & Loose or Endless Chain routines with the classic Three Card Monte and Three Shell Game scams. When the routine was originally published many top pros built their own sets and put it into their shows.
The basic routine starts out with a wooden stand holding three pegs or posts. A chain is then wrapped around all the pegs as you explain that when the chain is pulled one peg will always catch while the other two will not. If they pick the peg that catches, they win.
No matter how hard they try they can’t find it. Even though you keep making it easier and giving them tips, they always fail.
Of course, the secret lies in the fact that you have total control of whether the spectator wins or loses so you can present the routine anyway you like.