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Table magic right under your nose...

Table magicians perform the most incredible magic tricks with coins, cards and whatever is lying around. In addition to extremely clever tools, the dexterity of the demonstrator naturally comes into its own in order to mentally rip off the audience... that's why it's called table magic | Close-up magic - right?

Magical miracles before your eyes...

Rubber bands fall out, silk scarves disappear, dice explode, sponge balls wander, coins appear, ballpoint pens penetrate banknotes, keys bend, thoughts reveal themselves, four aces are found, matches float, rings are connected, peas swap places under walnut shells, and and and….

Here you sit in the first row

Table magicians work on a small scale, usually for a small number of spectators. So if you arrive late for the magic show or sit too far away, you could miss out on the little wonders! What the stage is for the illusionist, the table is for the table magician. The close-up pad is its territory and this is where the impossibilities happen.

The hands are the magician's capital

The magician would do well to keep his hands clean and manicured as they will be in the spotlight throughout the show. After all, an illusionist would not appear on stage in a worn and soiled suit, otherwise even the greatest illusions and best magic tricks would fade in the eyes of the audience.