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Jaw Droppers

Jaw Droppers

This is a complete course in magic with performances and step-by-step instruction for quick and easy learning. Celebrity magician, Larry Anderson, performs each extraordinary trick and then breaks it down with a step-by-step explanation of how you too can amaze your own friends with very little practice.

80 astonishing magic tricks are revealed in this 4 hour course. You will enjoy watching the tricks being performed as much as you will mastering them to use on your own audiences.

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Jaw Droppers
  • The Ultimate Utility Move

    Celebrity magician, Larry Anderson opens this course in magic by not showing a magic trick, surprisingly. Instead, Anderson shows the single most important move taught within this collection of lessons and demonstrations. This move is the most sleight of hand you'll have to know in order to perfo...

  • Business Card To Dollar Bill

    Anderson presents an unconventional way to make an unforgettable first impression on a new boss or colleague with this Business Card to Dollar Bill tutorial. The Ultimate Utility Move will allow you to turn your spectator's hard work into a tangible reward within seconds.

  • A Snappy Coin Presentation

    Did you know that every table you've ever sat at has a soft spot? This curious spot is so delicate and fragile that it strains under the measly weight of a half dollar. The successful completion of this trick is only made possible through the application of the move just demonstrated in the previ...

  • Crayon Clairvoyance

    Have you ever suspected that you posses extrasensory abilities? Are your perception abilities beyond the terrestrial realm? No matter your answers, Anderson will show you an exceptionally colorful way to convince your audience that you have undeniably earned the status of clairvoyant.

  • Electro-Static Toothpicks

    This trick is rather shocking. Unlike most metals, wood is not a very desirable material when it comes to conducting electricity. That's because it's an insulator, a material typically meant to protect from the flow of electricity within a conductor. At least that's what our science teachers have...

  • Twice Fooled

    Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, it must be misdirection. Anderson demonstrates an additional way to make an unparalleled first impression when swapping business cards and making connections. By demonstrating your ability to make any objection disappear on command, you'll be impossible ...

  • Not so Flatware

    They've really started to cut some serious corners when it comes to making silverware. Even resorting to using rubber in some cases! Or so this optical illusion would make you believe. This simple, easy to learn trick makes a great dinner party trick perfect for breaking the ice

  • Shape-shifting Silver

    Have you ever been to a restaurant that's provided 3 or more types of forks but no spoon? A special fork for your salad, another for your dinner, a fish fork and maybe even another fork for your dessert? But still, no spoon in sight? Larry has a quick remedy for that.

    This transformation can ...

  • Touched by an Angel

    For this trick, you'll need someone who believes in angels. Good and bad angels that perch on your shoulders everyday and guide you through your day-to-day life decisions.

    In order to thoroughly wow your believer, Larry demonstrates how to communicate with these heavenly guardians.

  • A Business Sandwich

    Once again, Larry presents a way to hand out your business card in a magical fashion. This prediction trick will astonish with its infallibility. You'll appear to have honed the ability to prophesy. This trick will take much less time to master than it would to teach yourself how to predict the f...

  • Anti-Gravity Ring

    Everything in life has its opposite. Positive has negative. Left has right. Yin has Yang and up has down. It's how our world stays in balance. That, and gravity helps out a bit too.

    Gravity also has its own opposite, too. Anti-gravity. Anti-gravity is the absence of the force of gravity withi...

  • Houdini Hanky

    Harry Houdini is one of the most famous escapologists to this day, even considered to be the best ever by many. To be an escapologist, one has to have a peculiar knack for wiggling themselves out of tight spaces and potentially dangerous or risky situations. Do you think you have what it takes?

  • The Flighty Coin Pt. 1

    Have you been practicing your teleportation skills lately? If you have, it will absolutely come in handy with this next move. This trick requires you to possess the ability to teleport a coin right through solid matter. Think you're ready? All you need is one coin.

  • The Flighty Coin Pt. 2

    Larry explains and walks through how to perform the Flighty Coin trick for an audience. Similarly to many previous moves you've witnessed, there is more going on here than meets the eye. Speaking of, you're going to need another coin for this.

  • Elimi-Notion

    This trick allows you to be a bit more creative when exchanging your business card with a potential connection. You'll also be encouraged to get to know your new contact in an unusual and memorable way.

  • Things That Cling

    Larry demonstrates what is called a sucker trick within the magic community. A sucker trick happens when you appear to reveal your secrets to the participant, but you're really just setting them up to be fooled once again. All you'll need to fool your audience twice is a household object like a f...

  • Two-Bit Penny Pincher

    Have you ever been called a penny-pincher due to your propensity for being a little more thrifty than others? This coin trick will make that description quite literal. Impress your friends by making money appear out of what appears to be thin air.

  • Self Propelled Cigarette

    Larry shows how you can master the art of telekinesis, or at least give the impression that you have. All you'll need is a cigarette and a deep breath to convince your audience you have the power to move things with only your mind.

  • A Coin-Venient Shortcut

    Sometimes you need to save a little time. So what do you do? Take a shortcut, of course. Larry demonstrates how to take one that actually saves you some time and surprises your audience simultaneously. It's pretty convenient.

  • Phantom Matches

    With just a little bit of sulfur and saliva you'll be able to perform an illusion with two matches that audiences won't be able to explain. Matches are made of solid wood and cannot penetrate each other. Is that really completely true, though?

  • The Floating Dinner Roll

    Larry reveals the secret behind handling some pretty dangerous dough. This illusion is sure to get any dinner party started off with some laughter and astonishment. Do you think you have what it takes to tame some phantasmic dinner rolls?

  • Sweet Money Performance

    The next time you’re at dinner with friends, you’ll have a great icebreaker to get everyone’s attention. This close-up trick is also great for coffee shops or brunch at your favorite restaurant. Larry Anderson is famous for helping people begin their knowledge about performing magic. He focuses o...

  • Sweet Money Secret

    All you need for this trick is a sugar packet, quarter, and a black marker. There are no other special props or gimmicks required. This can be done with any signed coin, but quarters are usually best to leave space for the spectator’s initials. The coin must be marked by the viewer so they know i...

  • Anything Goes

    Remember the old expression, "got milk?" Well, the answer is no. At least, not for long.

    For this trick, you'll need a confederate. In the magic business, a confederate is someone within the audience who is in on and can help carry out the trick. An assistant in disguise.