Coin prediction - Ask a spectator how much is in a handful of change, they say £2.57, when you display it there is £1.64 (or whatever) You then go on to predict what coin they will finish with, whether its heads or tails and for the finale, you reveal that you had predicted £2.57 too. (No PW)
Dead cut prediction - a freely thought-of card is written on the back of the Jokers
Anniversary in my pocket - my take on the classic effect Anniversary waltz
Upper hand - a cool 4 for 4 transposition card effect
Cut, stop, think - a card routine that predicts exactly what card spectators will stop at, cut to and think of.
Stop and think - a slightly shorter version of the above, different method and a real worker
Drawn - previously under the radar in a limited run booklet super commercial card routine that leaves your spectator with a brilliant souvenir
Re-drawn - a different take on the above
Coin to anywhere - what it says on the tin
Mental coins - a great idea by Gary Jones a freely predicted number on a coin
Card at almost any number - total magician fooler, I've also included a kicker ending previously unpublished that makes it much more commercial
Locked, marked and reloaded - in my first book there is a routine called "marked cards" this is an evolution of that, much more commercial.
A freely named card - you bring out 2 Jokers from your pocket and it is written on the backs (as direct as that)
Stickman Stan - a really commercial routine that leaves the spectator with a brilliant souvenir, great for kids as well as adults.
Hopping lemon - a walk-around coin routine that has a "chop cup" feel to it, they never see the ending coming!
Destination amazed - a prediction effect using business cards. Predict a freely thought of holiday destination.
Thanks to Dave - using 4 pieces of a ripped-up card, it changes into a selected card 1 piece at a time.
Comedy card to wallet (prop included)
52 on 1 kickback thingy - A 52 on 1 card changes into a thought of card
Lucky card - card in lanyard (previously on my ATT lecture, I have added different handlings as well as the original to remove the use of the gimmicks).
Gambit - a really nice coin prediction effect using a gaff you will already own
GMT - a quick impromptu card trick from Gary Jones
Whoops - when the spectator signs the back of the card by mistake you now have a routine to go straight into.
Dr Daleys Mystery - from a shuffled pack Dr. Daleys last trick meets "mystery card"
PLUS 2 essays on performing close-up magic at events, dealing with Alpha males, pocket management, approaching a table, and much more.
NEW, Hardcover, 98 pages
NOTE from Don: I am amazed how much good magic is stuffed into this 98 page book. What I've read so far is really creative, and good material. And every book I've seen from Haresign Press is quality through and through.