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Tom Stone is well known for his practical innovations in the field.
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You'll find a bawdy cardtrick, two demonstrations of precognition, two routines with cards that are invisible and a hardcore routine with the simplest of the magic kit items.
In 2011, Tom Stone published several groundbreaking essays on advanced misdirection in Genii magazine. Those texts have been assembled here in an easy-to-digest ebook.
An alternative Side Steal by the legendary Swedish magician Max Milton, with variations. Taught by Tom Stone.
This is a shareware ebook on illustration techniques and low-budget publishing. Aimed primarily for magicians, but is suitable for anyone. Both ebooks and hardcopy are covered.
In 2009, Tom Stone became a regular columnist for Genii magazine. This ebook collects his technical and philosophical writing from his first year. Magic in theory and practice!
Surplus material salvaged from the Tom Stone issue of Genii Magazine (July 2010). Tricks by Tom Stone and articles by Gaetan Bloom, Michael Weber, Pit Hartling, Levent and many others.
A humourous piece for stage or parlour, in which a spectator’s wish becomes real.
A re-release of Tom Stone’s 2009 manuscript on Multiplying Bottles, and more. Includes a precursor to the 100’th Monkey effect.
A re-release of Tom Stone’s 2009 manuscript on cards and close-up.
A spectacular magic routine for stage & parlour that end with an explosion of balls that fills the stage.
A re-release of Tom Stone’s 2007 manuscript on card magic. Includes the now classic “King Castling”.
A re-release of Tom Stone’s 2007 manuscript on card magic.
A re-release of Tom Stone’s 2002 manuscript on coin magic for stage and parlour.
A re-release of Tom Stone’s 2003 manuscript on mental magic, ropes and other amusements.
A re-release of Tom Stone’s 2004 manuscript on odd effects
A re-release of Tom Stone’s 2009 manuscript on quiz related effects. Contains the very funny stage routine “Quiz show”
A journey into deep pockets. An almost sleight free handling of Dai Vernon’s Travelers plot.
A re-release of Tom Stone’s 2007 manuscript on manipulation and performance art.
Two quick coin tricks by Tom Stone.
A delightful interlude for the Multiplying Bottles. Taught by Tom Stone.