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Eddy Ray

This weeks new magic review features a performance At The Table thanks to Fun Inc.’s own Tomas Medina. You’ll also witness a blazing Inferno with the hot new Inferno Cards plus Devin Knight sits down for a game of chess with his new release, Chess Gambit. All of this and more, let’s dig into it!

At The Table DVD By Tomas Medina:
 At The Table DVD By Tomas Medina:

The newest DVD release from FUN Incorporated features our resident magic geek, Tomas Medina, presenting a set of impromptu magic for the magic MacGyver. Learn how to create stunning impromptu miracles using items commonly found in a bar or restaurant to the astonishment of your friends!

Availability: All Major Dealers

Price: $15

101108 Lecture Notes By Marc Spelmann:
 101108 Lecture Notes By Marc Spelmann:

Written exclusively for his 2 hour lecture in Las Vegas, Marc Spelmann has held nothing back in this limited edition booklet. With eight previously unpublished routines and principles from a super easy but highly effect chair test through to a book test principle that astonished everyone who saw it live in Vegas.

Availability: All Major Dealers

Price: $25

Chess Gambit By Devin Knight And Al Mann:
 Chess Gambit By Devin Knight And Al Mann

The effect reads totally impossible, yet it is accurate in every regard. One of the most unique and baffling magical effects on stage today. Direct from Devin Knight’s own stage show and a limited release, this is based on a little known idea that Al Mann shared with Devin.

Availability: All Major Dealers

Price: $150

Inferno Card:
 Inferno Card

There has never been a card revelation quite as flashy as this one! After failing to find a selected, signed card, the magician places the deck face up on the table, and ignites the top card. In a flash of fire, the signed selection is revealed – with burn marks to prove it! Your spectators will hold on to this keepsake for a long time after seeing your performance.

Availability: All Major Dealers

Price:$20

The iTricks New Tricks Bulletin is compiled by Eddy Ray. Send any listings for your new effects to NewMagic@iTricks.com for inclusion. Remember to check our New Magic section for a constantly updated list of new products

  • Brian

    I don't know if its just me, but I don't really get these posts. It says, “This weeks new magic review features…” and “Lets dig into it”… but I don't see a real review anywhere. Its more like the product description. Am I missing the intent of these posts?

  • http://iTricks.com/news JustinRYoung

    Brian, this is a weekly feature highlighting all the tricks that came
    out this week. It's not a review compilation.

  • Brian

    ok, that makes sense. Maybe be better to use the word 'overview' instead of 'review'. In magic, when talking about new effects and seeing the word review, I'm sure you know what most people think of first… posts similar to the trick reviews on the cafe.

    Anyway, no big deal. Just a slow day, bored.

  • Sillypants

    Yeah, it was definitely just you.

  • Jane L.

    Well, after watching what I thought would be the “arm twist”, I found out it was just an advertisement for “At The Table'. Anyway, when the clip ended, I couldn't help but see the other videos offered on the bottom of the YouTube screen, and definately got a laugh watching the “Crazy girl blowing balloon with a$$hole”. LMFAO! Now THATS entertainment!

    I only point this out because this is the type of crap that non-magicians can do with video editing and usually it's far more creative and entertaining then other video editing feats like: “I'll have someone run into me with a car while I stand against a brick wall” or “I'll vanish in mid-air while making a jump with a motorcycle.” Now if this girl advertised she could do it live 2 times a night, for ten years, I'm sure she could sell out night after night. BUT, if all she did was twist up a red balloon giraffe (using her hands), I think the audience would be a little pissed off and demand that the show close. Does ANYONE see a similarity here? Huh? ANYONE? LOL.

  • Sillypants

    Yeah, it was definitely just you.

  • Jane L.

    Well, after watching what I thought would be the “arm twist”, I found out it was just an advertisement for “At The Table'. Anyway, when the clip ended, I couldn't help but see the other videos offered on the bottom of the YouTube screen, and definately got a laugh watching the “Crazy girl blowing balloon with a$$hole”. LMFAO! Now THATS entertainment!

    I only point this out because this is the type of crap that non-magicians can do with video editing and usually it's far more creative and entertaining then other video editing feats like: “I'll have someone run into me with a car while I stand against a brick wall” or “I'll vanish in mid-air while making a jump with a motorcycle.” Now if this girl advertised she could do it live 2 times a night, for ten years, I'm sure she could sell out night after night. BUT, if all she did was twist up a red balloon giraffe (using her hands), I think the audience would be a little pissed off and demand that the show close. Does ANYONE see a similarity here? Huh? ANYONE? LOL.