Scott Kahn – Kahnjuring: Deceptive Practices with Playing Cards (official pdf version)
KAHNJURING: Deceptive Practices With Playing Cards is an 88 page photo-illustrated e-book by Scott Kahn, featuring ten original, highly commercial card effects.
ROLLOVER REVELATION REVISITED
From the pages of MAGIC Magazine comes a flashy opening effect in which the
three mates of a chosen card are produced in an unexpected manner.
MY SIGNATURE EFFECT
Two signed transparent playing cards magically transpose with one another… and so do the signatures.
ACROSS THE VOID
An impromptu and visually stunning version of the classic Cards Across plot.
FOUR FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALL
Four Jacks undoubtedly placed reversed into four different parts of the deck instantly
change places with a signed selection held by the performer.
THE KURE FALSE CUT
A flourishy, deceptive in-the-hands full deck false cut.
THE KURE POP-OUT MOVE
A finger-flicking production of a selected card that not only looks impossible but is oh so fun to perform.
STALE MOLDY BREAD
Paul Harris’ Grasshopper plot revisited… using odd-backed cards.
A simple yet effective double two card transposition that will leave your audience gasping.
LET’S TWIST AGAIN
Twisting the Aces… with a twist.
Three odd-backed predictions shuffled into a deck prove to be the three cards freely
selected by three audience members. No forces! No duplicates! Simply ingenious!
“I enjoyed reading this book… Kahn’s approach to magic is similar to that of his medical career – prescribing solutions that breathe new life into classic card magic… Great visual effects… Well structured… This is a fine debut effort and I look forward to what Kahn has in store for us next.”
–John Guastaferro, Genii, The Conjurors’ Magazine
“Scott’s Rollover Revelation Revisited is an easy, flashy trick with an unexpected ending that will establish him as a knowledgeable magician. What more can you ask for from an opening effect?”
–Jason Alford, The Second Deal
“Scott’s Rollover Revelation is quick, direct and very much unexpected!”
“Very commercial! You can tell Scott puts thought into his card magic.”
–Marshall Petersen, H&R Books