Alex’s version on Paul Curry’s Out of This World. A 3 phase routine based around separating red and black cards.
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It is Thanksgiving, at least here in the States, which means that the staff of iTricks Tower Midwest is (depending on when you are reading this) sleeping in, cooking and/or eating. It is a good bet that they may be drinking as well… Let’s face it, the busiest dealer’s table at any magic convention is the one with the stools and taps!
We still wanted to get you a little Thanksgiving magic, though, and luckily Murray just posted this video on his YouTube page.
By they way, a little birdie tweeted to us that Murray just had a birthday so iTricks would like to wish him a very happy, albeit belated, happy birthday!
Learn the essentials you can use in the real world to impress at a moment’s notice. An easy to follow card arsenal to have you leaving lasting impressions.
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Friend of iTricks Steve Spill sent us this video of his “Grab ‘n Stab” from 1982, which he developed in the late 1970s. He is concerned that there are versions being marketed out there today that are not endorsed by him or licensed from his original.
Any controversy about the origins of the trick aside, it is always fun to see if Steve is going to stab himself!
Today’s lead off is a Movember video ginger magician Damian Surr posted last year. Damian just won a close-up award from the Bristol Society of Magic, which you can read about on the Weston, Worle and Somerset Mercury website. To connect with the US November movement here.
The Vancouver Sun caught up with Darcy Oake as he makes his way through Canada.
Speaking of tours, AGT Live All Stars is a wrap and everyone’s favorite Ghetto Houdini should be back in Vegas about now. Speaking of AGT, the next audition in December 3 in Phoenix, then Salt Lake, Vegas and San Jose all before the end of the year! Check out dates here.
CityPages chatted a little with AGT alum Derek Hughes recently. We expect to see more of him soon.
Finally, tomorrow is Thanksgiving here in the US so we will might not stick to our normal schedule, but we will post some stuff, so duck the relatives and drop on by iTricks for your daily magic fix!
Troy von Scheinber has found success all over the world thanks to his street magic television show, He recently dropped by the studios of Cliff Central to perform a little magic for the staff and Idols South Africa season 8 contestant Mellisa Allison.
Keep up with Troy through his official website.