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Spider Pen PRO by Yigal Mesika The best levitation device ever invented. Redesigned from scratch to exceed ALL expectations. -0 IN STOCK. MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Eliminator V2.0 by Adrian Sullivan - Tricks Now Includes Online Instructions! This effect has been shared with only a select few in the past, and has fooled many a seasoned professional! This is one of those killer routines that has been kept secret for some time. You will be blown away by the cleanness and impossibility of the effect an

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Vegas Visit (Props and DVD) by Joshua Jay - DVD Designed to create a lasting and powerful impression no matter where you are or who you're with. Created and field tested by Joshua Jay with artwork by Ben Harris, these effects have been printed on ultra thin but durable card stock which will easily fit in virtually ANY wallet you now carry. Each e

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The Vanishing by Jon Allen (DVD + Gimmicks) Harry Houdini performed his final miracle in 1926. Or did he? Your audience will be amazed as photographs of locked handcuffs mysteriously open and an image of Houdini vanishes without a trace. This lovely packet effect transforms a mundane card routine into a true piece of close up theatre. The Van

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Transporter by Joshua Jay (DVD + RED GIMMICKS) Joshua Jay's Wonder Wallet Series Continues...TRANSPORTER Has Arrived! No Card Control No Palming Use Any Wallet Use Any Card ...and Yes, It's Signed!You explain to your audience that a magician is obligated to perform whenever called upon. In fact, it's part of the rules. You show your magic associ

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Switchblade by Dan Harlan (Red Gimmick + DVD) Color changes, vanishes, transpositions and more... This one gimmick does is all! Switchblade is a precision-made mechanical device that looks like an ordinary card but this clever gimmick is extraordinary! This modern tool eliminates difficult sleight-of-hand allowing you to perform impossible card

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Spongeball Toolbox w/DVD - Trick This toolbox contains everything you need: Props, Sponge Balls, Purse Frame, and a DVD with over 2 hours of personal instructions by Steve Darci, "The Fastest Hands in the World". It's the ultimate collection of the bet and most useful sponge ball moves, routines and advice for all skill levels, som

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Magic The Complete Course (With DVD) by Joshua Jay - Book Magic is everywhere, from the big spectacle celebrity of David Copperfield and Siegfried and Roy to the quirky Penn and Teller to the spooky David Blaine and Criss Angel to the endless material on YouTube. But until now, learning it has never been easy-that's all about to change with Magic, a book t

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Miser's Dream by Chris Capehart - DVD The Misers Dream along with Coins Across, Continuous Coins, One in the Hand and Two in the Pocket and the Total Vanish are the tricks you will learn on this dvd. "Chris Capehart is one of my absolute favorite magicians! He's funny, fast, and fearless. The moment he steps out onto the stage, he owns

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Max Maven LIVE (DVD) A master showman, prolific creator, and inspiring teacher came to Penguin for a 4-HOUR experience you'll never forget. SUPPORT LIVE MAGIC. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

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Cup Zero by Twister Magic - Trick Another great idea by George Iglesias, comes to us, this time with an incredible NEW levitation trick that will blow everybody's mind! Imagine being able to float on stage a cup full of liquid in the mid air and many heavy objects full of their own contents... Now with Cup Zero it's possible! An ama

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Meet The Jack by Jorge Garcia - DVD Jorge Garcia, better known to many as "The Jack," has performed and lectured in over 20 countries. He's a regular face on television in his native Argentina and has also performed at the world famous Magic Castle no less than 6 times! On his first DVD, The Jack shares 8 of his favorite and most powe

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Essentials in Magic Linking Rings - DVD The Essentials in Magic collection gives you the opportunity to enjoy one-on-one instruction from Daryl, the Magician's Magician. Internationally known and respected as one of the world's finest teachers of magic, Daryl personally mentors you through clear, easy-to-understand video segments and help

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Blackout (US Half Dollar, With DVD) by Brian Platt - DVD BLACKOUT! is a new utility coin that allows you to perform ridiculously clean vanishes, changes, productions and transposition miracles... right under your spectator's nose! BLACKOUT! is machined to precise specifications by master craftsman Roy Kueppers. It then goes through a second and third stag

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Malini Egg Bag Pro (Bag and DVD) - Trick A trick that has successfully been sold for years is in stock and has now been reloaded. The classic Malini Egg Bag, a routine used over and over again with confidence by professional magicians today and in years past all over the world! See why! An egg vanishes and is produced as many times as the

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Chris Capehart's The Rings by Kozmomagic - DVD Chris Capehart has been dubbed "The Ring Master" for good reasons. Chris's three-ring routine, which he perfected in 1981, has been acclaimed by some of the world's most renowned magicians as "the best of the best". He mesmerizes magicians and audiences with a close-up ring routine more commonly per

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Hi everyone...

If someone were looking to learn card magic, what would be the best DVD training set to learn from? I'm looking to learn the foundation moves and mechanics that anyone looking to become a great card magician would need to learn in order to move forward.

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Don't know if it "works" for a rank beginner - but you might want to check out my 4-volume "Best Ever" DVD set.

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Jasonh1982,

there has been a discussion going on for a few weeks on this.

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......forum=41

My recommendation goes to this Card College DVD series (4 DVD's in total) which cover, more or less, the first two volumes of the Card College Books.

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I second the Card College DVD series. I have it and refer to it often.

So many sleights...so little time.
"Slow...deliberate...natural." Bill Tarr

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I would suggest the complete course on card magic DVD set by Gerry griffin and magic makers. It is a good value for money starter set for the beginner.
For a bit more money, I also think the big blind media card magic essentials box set is very good. Their various self working DVDs, and Jon Bannon move zero sets, are also nice additions for the beginner.

Book wise, it is hard to beat Harry Lorayne's The Magic Book as a starter. For a little bit more investment you get the Royal Road to card magic along with the encyclopedia of card tricks from Dover reprints. With more money available the first couple of card college tomes, and the card college light book, are excellent, if somewhat OTT for the beginner.

From YouTube, I suggest Julain Mathers Young magician school, and scam school.

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Good suggestions TW. I second Gerry Griffin's DVDs along with Giobbi's.

So many sleights...so little time.
"Slow...deliberate...natural." Bill Tarr

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I started with "Daryl's Encyclopedia of Card Sleights" DVDs. 8 volumes total and covers everything you need to know. Great if you need to see stuff in action although I prefer books.

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Oz Pearlmans “Born to Perform” DVD. I was never much of a card guy until I got this and took time to watch, learn, and practice, he shows the basics, and gives you routines you can then use the slieghts.

"Imagination is more important than knowledge."

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When I was getting into card magic, there were (and still are) tons of good resources for learning the basics. My challenge was finding things in the intermediate range that would both challenge me but weren't difficult enough to where I wouldn't progress. For that, I absolutely love the Malone Meets Marlo set. I couldn't recommend it more.

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I'm a fan of John Carey's 'Zero to Hero' from ALAKAZAM. It's taught the way, I think, magic should be. In a light, fun, playful atmosphere.

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On Nov 12, 2018, jasonh1982 wrote:
If someone were looking to learn card magic, what would be the best DVD training set to learn from? I'm looking to learn the foundation moves and mechanics that anyone looking to become a great card magician would need to learn in order to move forward.


Here's an article I wrote which answers exactly that question, covering both books and videos:

Recommended Resources for Beginners in Card Magic
https://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/view......c=698761
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As far as videos go, I second the recommendations for Giobbi video, which you can get here. To get a taste of what it's like, you can check out the first lesson ("Fundamental Techniques") as a free download here.

Oz Pearlman's Born to Perform Card Magic DVD is good if you want something shorter, but it really focuses on teaching you sleights needed for four main routines, whereas the Giobbi course is much more thorough and comprehensive. I've personally worked through both of these carefully, and benefited far more from the Giobbi videos.

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Daryl's Encyclopedia of Card Sleights, probably the best overall resource on card sleights on video as well Card College as far as books go. Also several others out there I like RRTCM by Rudy Hunter, and my buddy Ben Salinas has several great card magic DVDS out there, Card Weapons, Card Stunts, Showoff With Cards, Amazing Easy To Learn Series, Hot Shot Color Changes, etc. He also has the most comprehensive coin sleights/magic DVD "Modern Coin Magic" as well, and a great sponge balls DVD among many others.

I also recommend the books to along with them RRTCM, Expert Card Technique, Expert at the Card Table, Card Control (Arthur Buckley) Card College, Tarbell, Scarne on Card Tricks, Mark Wilson's Complete Course, The Encyclopedia of Card Magic, The Magic Book and Close-up Card Magic, (Harry Lorayne) The Amateur Magicians Handbook and Learn Magic, (Henry Hay) Greater Magic, etc. All of these were some of my first resources about 40 years ago when I first started magic as a young kid and I still refer to them today. So there are a lot to chose from, Ammar's Easy To Master series is great, as well as the lesser known and underrated "Ultimate Card Sessions" DVD which has like 6-8 hours of material on each DVD.

But the most comprehensive DVD as far as card sleights go and tools to build the foundation to your magic house is definitely Daryl's EOCS followed by RRTCM, and many others out there as well such as Complete Card Magic with Gerry Griffin, and the Tarbell Course also now on instant download, as well as many other card effects and sleights out there on many various DVDS. So there is a lot out there. But I would start with those first, especially EOCS, RRTCM, and the Card College, RRTCM, ECT, and EATCT books. The old Amateur Magicians Handbook is what started my foundation 40 years ago with card magic, and every other genre as well, followed by the others and Scarne on Magic Tricks, Bill Severn titles, Bruce Elliott, Karl Fulves, Annemann, and many many more.

You get so much more with books, but for me VHS and DVD were a godsend to see the timing of a sleight, misdirection, patter, and presentations. So they both compliment each other well.

The great trouble with magicians is the fact that they believe when they have bought a certain trick or piece of apparatus, and know the method or procedure, that they are full-fledged mystifiers. -- Harry Houdini

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Complete Card Magic with Gerry Griffin - The Definitive Set (Volumes 1-7) (7 DVDs)

Volume One: Beginner - 14 Easy to Learn Card Miracles

Jump-start your magical journey into Complete Card Magic with these fourteen introductory mysteries. Volume One offers a strong foundation for building your own card magic routines. Card expert and featured performer Gerry Griffin takes you step-by-step through some amazing mysteries.

  • The Betting Game - This fun effect fools them every time.
  • A Simple Card Revelation - Here's a little mystery with a big finish.
  • Eyes Are The Window to the Soul - Look into their eyes and find their card.
  • Pulse - Find a card while feeling their heartbeat.
  • 21 Card Trick - A contemporary classic using three rows of seven.
  • CRUNCH!! - Find a chosen card using your sense of bite.
  • Up to Her Old Tricks - The gypsy queen helps you find the selected card.
  • I'm Having a Spell - Spell out a random card to find a spectator's card.
  • Lie Detector - If they lie about their card, truth is, you'll find it.
  • What is He Talking About? - Name the wrong card, but show you were right.
  • Cowboys and Indians - This story will become one of your favorites.
  • Into the Future - You predict the cards that they randomly deal.
  • Sisters - Two queens mysteriously find their sisters.
  • Do as I Do - Two decks are exchanged until you both select the same card.


Volume Two: Intermediate - 14 Second Level Mysteries

Continue your magical journey into Complete Card Magicwith these fourteen intermediate mysteries. Double your card magic repertoire with these little miracles on Volume Two. Card expert and featured performer Gerry Griffin takes you step-by-step through the next level of mystery.
  • 21 Card Trick Outdone - A new spin on a contemporary classic.
  • The What? - A card instantly changes in a spectator's hand.
  • Further Than That - A multi-level mystery that is sure to impress.
  • Lie Detector II - A great follow-up to the original mystery.
  • Use Your Powers For Good - A mystery that tests a spectator's psychic powers.
  • Color Changing Deck - Find a blue card in a red deck, or is it a blue deck?
  • Time Travel - Go back in time and find cards where they started.
  • Invisible Cards - Name their card using an invisible deck. Incredible!
  • One the Easy Way, One the Hard Way - Two techniques for finding two selected cards.
  • Amazing Aces - The aces appear on the tops of four random piles.
  • X Marks the Spot - A lost card reappears on an imaginary "X".
  • Card Thru Hand - Riffle a card through your hand and into their hand.
  • Quicker than the Eye - Cards quickly switch places, right in their hands!
  • Two Card Challenge - Two cards selected, two cards found, but you'll still fool them.


Volume Three: Advanced - 14 Valuable Mysteries

Your magical journey into Complete Card Magic gets advanced with fourteen all new mysteries. Volume Three contains effects that are better than some full routines, but it doesn't end here. Card expert and featured performer Gerry Griffin takes you step-by-step through more amazing mysteries.
  • The Ace Challenge - Four cuts all produce the ace of spaces, or do they?
  • Twisting the Aces - The aces appear, even the stubborn ace of spades.
  • Marked Deck - Your home-made deck looks normal, or does it?
  • Amazing Ace Thru Four - Turn these cards over, then change their color.
  • Back to Basics Poker - Five cards with no faces become a Royal Flush.
  • Magnetic Finger - Find cards, thru a hanky, with your magnetic finger.
  • Stabbed Coincidence - They stab their card right between matching cards.
  • Riffle Stop Poker - Riffle, flip, and twist the cards into a Royal Flush.
  • Acrobatic Aces - Aces jump piles, until one gets stuck in the middle.
  • Card Warp - Two cards folded together go thru a time warp.
  • Coney Island Caper - Hungry enough to eat a playing card hot dog?
  • Homing Card - Find their card in your pocket, not once, but twice.
  • Rub-away Cards - Rub cards into your pocket, right thru the fabric.
  • Triumph - Will you lose their card in the deck, or will you Triumph?


Volume Four: 10 Pro Level Mysteries

Your magical journey into Complete Card Magic gets really exciting with TEN new mysteries. Volume Fourgoes above and beyond average card magic routines. These effects are sure to impress. Card expert and featured performer Gerry Griffin takes you step-by-step through TEN expert card mysteries.
  • A Very Good Hand - Turn a hand of five blank aces into a Royal Flush!
  • Oil and Water - Jacks and aces magically separate like oil and water.
  • Chicago Opener - Their card turns blue in your red deck. Amazing!
  • Jacks or Better - Their chosen card jumps right between the Jacks.
  • The Sound of your Cards - Listen. Your cards tell you where their card is.
  • Simple Arithmetic - Two wrong cards can make the right one. Awesome!
  • The Ambitious Ace Thru Five - Five cards rise to the top with a powerful finish.
  • One Last Card - Their card is always in the last place you look.
  • You Ain't Going to Believe This - You lose their card, but it finds its way back.
  • Fancy Ace Cutting - Four crafty ways of finding your friends, the aces.


Volume Five: 10 Superior Mysteries

Complete Card Magic Volume Fiveis extreme! You will see and learn the best of the best in card mysteries. This DVD includes TEN expert effects that will become your favorite showstoppers.
  • The Collector - Four Aces capture three selected cards in the deck.
  • The Man from New York - When you cut to the Aces, you unshuffle the deck.
  • Here, There, and Everywhere - If your cards are their cards, then where are yours
  • Gambler's Thumbs - Catch a card cheater by watching their thumbs.
  • Chameleon Card - A card changes color in their hand and in mid-air.
  • The Most Ambitious Card Mystery - Many ways to make their signed card rise to the top.
  • Gerry's Jumping Coin Trick - Add some flare with magical jumping coins.
  • Optical Illusion - Change Aces into Kings and back again. Incredible!
  • Computer Deck - Turn your deck into a hi-tech cardboard computer.
  • Real Magic - The amazing Aces outsmart the rest of the deck.


Volume Six: Forces! Shuffles! Flourishes!

Your magical journey into Complete Card Magic would not be complete without card handling techniques. In Volume Six, you learn important moves to manipulate cards and add flare to your routine. Card expert and featured performer Gerry Griffin takes you step-by-step through 27 expert card techniques.

Forces - Do you want to know their card before they select it? You will learn FOURTEEN ways to FORCE a card!
  • Marked Cards
  • 10 to 20 Force
  • The Glide Force
  • Gerry's Hindu Force
  • The Shuffle Force
  • The Toss Force
  • Touch a Card II
  • The Classic Force
  • Balducci Force
  • The Dribble Force
  • The Spread Force
  • Touch a Card Force
  • Under the Handkerchief
Shuffles - When you mix the cards you may also control them! Here are SEVEN essential methods of SHUFFLING!
  • Hindu Shuffle
  • The Riffle Shuffle
  • Push Thru Shuffle
  • The Zarrow Shuffle
  • Faro Shuffle
  • The Overhand Shuffle
  • One Handed Shuffle
Flourishes - Enhance your card magic by adding some eye candy. Add these SIX card FLOURISHES to your routine!
  • The Ribbon Spread
  • Closing a Fan
  • Hot Shot
  • The Pressure Fan
  • Table Fan Close
  • Card Spring


Volume Seven: Cuts and Sleights!

Complete Card Magic includes over 100 cutting edge mysteries and techniques, from beginner to expert extreme! Now, in Volume Seven, you are ready for the best in card cuts and sleights. Card expert and featured performer Gerry Griffin takes you step-by-step through 31 expert card techniques.

Cuts - Cutting the cards is more than dividing the deck. Add flare and control with TEN famous CUTS!
  • The Octopus Cut
  • Gerry's One-Handed Cut
  • The Blind Swivel Cut
  • The Kick Cut
  • The Scissors Cut
  • The Charlier Cut
  • Erdnase False Cut
  • The Double Undercut
  • Double Undercut to the Table
  • Gerry's Undercut to the Table
Sleights - Sleight of Hand is the key to card magic success. Master these 21 SLEIGHTS and amaze everyone!
  • The Triple Lift
  • The Glide II
  • Transfering the Break
  • Rub-a-dub Vanish
  • Palming
  • Jordan Count
  • The Flustration Move
  • Elmsley Count
  • The Card Fold
  • The Biddle Move
  • The Pass
  • The Glide
  • The Break
  • The Siva Count
  • The Revolve Change
  • Catching a Glimpse
  • Hammon Count
  • Flourish and a Pass
  • The Double Lift
  • Braue Reverse
  • Table Palm


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What do you think is the best card magic DVD?

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That's like asking "Whats the best beer on the planet?" Everyone has different tastes.

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Well in your opinion, what's your favorite DVD.

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No...

He's asking what you think the best beer in the world is. So tell him or don't tell him. But the question is fair.

My answer? I dunno. The Vernon Revelations series is pretty sick though...

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Thanks for your opinion

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Hi blackdeck,
Welcome to the Café!
Below is a few links to similar topics about card DVDs. You will notice several working pros giving their input.
The following are several card DVDs that I enjoy for the content, clear explanations as well as the entertainment value.

1) Michael Ammar - Easy to Master Card Miracles
2) Royal Road to Card Magic with Rudy Hunter
3) Bill Malone On the Loose
4) HotShot Color Changes by Ben Salinas
5) Sessions With Simon: The Impossible Magic Of Simon Aronson
6) Harry Lorayne's Best Ever Collection
7) Sal Piacente's Expert Card Magic Lecture Notes
8) Complete Card Magic by Gerry Griffin
9) Jaw Droppers: Cards, Cards Cards by Larry Anderson


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Thanks john

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Harry Lorayne's Best Ever Collection
A1 Magicalmedia's Ultimate Card Sessions

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No...

He's asking what YOU think the best beer in the world is. So tell him or don't tell him. But the question is fair.

My answer? I dunno. The Vernon Revelations series is pretty sick though...



I'm not sure if I understand your last statement. Are you saying the Vernon series is good or bad?
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The term "sick" in that context means awesome, great, etc.

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As mentioned above, sick is urban slang for awesome or fantastic.

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Royal Road to Card Magic with Rudy Hunter
HotShot Color Changes by Ben Salinas

I would add anything by Simon Lovell. His work with cards is FANTASTIC!

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I have a dvd of Francois Dupont - disguised of course - showing his legendary double-deck-back-palming! Yes, he back palms two complete, unprepared decks; and yes, he does it deceptively!
I always put that dvd in the machine when I'm frustrated and it reminds me what is possible.
Cheers!


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btw the best beer is the one you don't have to pay for.

Sack subs, ok Ross?
We miss you asper.

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The A-1 Ultimate Card DVDs are definitely a good buy. A few card guys who have excellent DVDs on the market: Alan Ackerman, Darwin Ortiz, Lennart Green.

Ellusionst discussing the Arcane Playing cards: "Michaelangelo took four years to create the Sistine Chapel masterpiece... these took five."

Calvin from Calvin and Hobbes: "You know Einstein got bad grades as a kid? Well, mine are even worse!"

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Royal Road to Card Magic with Rudy Hunter
HotShot Color Changes by Ben Salinas

I would add anything by Simon Lovell. His work with cards is FANTASTIC!



Hey Reed,

Simon and I will be heading to the magic barn in Ashland on Thursday May 8th. That shouldn't be too far a drive for you, and we would love to see you!

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For beginner in card magic I Highly recommend "Born To Perform Card Magic" by OZ Pearlman. Complete material to start card magic and clear explanation.

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Post Icon Posted: Apr 28, 2008 02:51 am   
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On 2008-04-28 01:33, magicstudent wrote:
For beginner in card magic I Highly recommend "Born To Perform Card Magic" by OZ Pearlman. Complete material to start card magic and clear explanation.

Jeff



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The rules of a sleight of hand artist, Are three, and all others are vain,

The 1st & the 2nd are practice... And the 3rd one is practice again


- 'Magic of the Hands', Edward Victor (1940)

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Post Icon Posted: Apr 28, 2008 03:13 am   
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JOHN GUASTAFERRO - Brainstorm Vol.1 and Vol.2
Everything in those DVD´s is working stuff.Visual streamlined card magic.
My fav. set!

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Post Icon Posted: Apr 28, 2008 03:18 am   
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On 2008-04-27 20:37, drumdemon420 wrote:
That's like asking "Whats the best beer on the planet?" Everyone has different tastes.



Bradoor is the best beer in the world. Leave Rochester NY and go to the falls side of Canada and pick up a couple of cases.

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Post Icon Posted: Apr 28, 2008 03:55 am   
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David Stone - The Real Secrets of Magic Vol 1 & 2

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