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You know, don't act like you don't.
That sounds good. Are you looking to turn this into a career? Or just want to grow as a magician/performer?
I would second several of the recommendations here, just from knowing those people, though to be honest, I've not regularly watched their YT...
"Being a beginner and just starting my own business. What is your suggestions on doing shows right at the start?"
How long have you been doing...
Some great advice on practice:
It's not the ONLY t&r "the card can be cleanly displayed front and back before, during, and after the tear."
There are several out there that...
I'd say, between this, The Amateur Magician's Handbook, and Tarbell, you would have everything you need in magic.
The teaching format in Mark...
Outside of initially displacing the top card, for example, a slip cut, followed by a genuine cut to the same spot to hav a card replaced, etc, the...
Ever consider doing C&B? Most buskerd close with it.
Again, this is in no way affected by your dominant hand. You simply learn the move with the hand used in the teaching. Even if you do the rest...
I actually love the look of these, but, like everyone else said, all black boarders show any nicks very clearly.
You should be able to do transfers of any kind with both hands, dominent or not. But still, I don't see why there would be an extra movment for a...
How is there an extra motion that a right handed person, using the same hands, would not have to make?
There's no reason to DO it left handed. Not that the term "left handed" should really apply since both hands are involved in must coin vanishes....