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Theatre Magic Shop
Theatre Magic Shop offers Toy Stores services in St Augustine FL.

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bit.ly/MagicMonthlyFB Video tutorials make it EZ to learn. Classic Four Ace Routine performed by many Stars Of Magic over the years. A timeless classic not difficult to do. Fun to perform and a good one to do anytime with any deck. This is the traditional handling but I also have a nice version with a real twist on the handling using a different cut technique. I like it much better. If you want to learn the version here and/or my new variation. Message me and I’ll send you the link to the video tutorial.

The French Drop bit.ly/MagicMonthlyFB The French Drop originated from a sleight called “Le Tourniquet Vanish” which became know as “ The French Vanish” and now mostly referred to as “The French Drop”. An old classic method of vanishing a coin. This vanish is a take vanish verses a put vanish. A Take vanish is when the coin is displayed and you take the coin from the hand holding the coin. In the action of taking the coin, the sleight is executed and with the proper handling, timing and framing “the take”, seems convincing, natural and is very deceptive. We will cover the “put” technique (used mostly in retention vanishes) in another post. Many variations of the French Drop have been developed over the years and these techniques are used today. The French Drop is a basic move and one that is learned when a student begins the study of coin magic. Everyone has a different hand sizes, shapes, ect. and with coin magic, it is apparent that the performer must find the sleights, manipulations and techniques that will work on a personal level. The handling must appear effortless, natural and relaxed to be effective. The hands retain so much of the spectators attention, that any tension in the handling will be detected, draw attention and distract from the performance. Obviously misdirection will play a valuable role in any truly effective magic. Misdirection is a complete study within itself and the continuous discovery of this psychological science is enlightening, will transform your approach to routine structures and will totally take the impact of your magic to a very powerful level. Back to the French Drop. When the French Drop is executed, it automatically places the coin in a Finger Palm position. This allows you to a deceptive subtlety that makes the take more convincing and the vanish stronger. If you would like to receive the video tutorials of the vanish and the subtlety I’m referring to here plus variations and methods to reproduce the coin. Sign Up for Magic Monthly to access. It’s FREE and you will love the material. but.ly/MagicMonthlyFB

bit.ly/MagicMonthlyFB Simple packet trick with regular cards. Fun to perform timeless classics. Receive Magic Monthly video tutorials and learn EZ to do effects. It's FREE! Sign up today so you don't miss the next edition. bit.ly/MagicMonthlyFB

The Charlier Shuffle This shuffle is rarely referred to as its original name, ”The Haymow Shuffle”. It gives the appearance of randomly shuffling the cards and it is also noted that it is a card sleight that does not require a clean handling. Half-hazard mixing is best giving this shuffle a chaotic and convincing effect. At one point in magic history, most magicians disregarded this style of shuffling because of its clumsy execution but most card masters of today emphasize the chaotic approach, pointing out how these methods relate well to the audience psychologically. Although this shuffle will give the appearance of mixing the cards thoroughly, in reality you are merely cutting the cards with this shuffle handling and never really alter the order of the cards. This classic method for false shuffling a deck of cards is effective, easy to do and definitely something you will use in your card magic routines. Especially when you are working with a stacked deck or a packet of cards that you must retain the order of the cards.

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RT @stingray46: Really enjoyed Saturday night @magicshowshop with @mosher_bunny good audience participation & some amazing tricks


@stingray46 @mosher_bunny Hey guys thanks for the shout out. @theatremagic


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