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As a hobbyist I have focused on card magic primarily (close-up) and always like to tailor my presentation to a "mentalism" feel.
Much of my patter...
Thanks for the advice.
Just in case, here is the image:
This is a wonderful idea.
I, too, am a bit UNinstagramISH. But here is mine.
Harry Lorayne has an effect where two different spectators select the same card. I cannot recall which of his books [yes, remember those clumsy,...
I just met Howard last night during my first trip to The Castle; sitting in Vernon's spot. The first amazing thing (of so, so many) that he...
The TurnOver Pass is simple and a great way for a beginner to
a) gain confidence and
b) practice misdirecting the audience while performing any...
I second that recommendation !!
You took the words out of my mouth!!
Great photos. Thanks for sharing.
At a very young age (probably 6ish) my father - whom was an amateur magician HIS entire life - fooled me with a coin and the French Drop. After...
I think anything by Scarne or Harry Lorayne would be ideal. Those are the 'classics' that I used at the beginning of my exploration of [card]...
This truly is a thrilling achievement. Congratulations and good luck.
There is no such thing as TOO MUCH practice.
What a wonderful idea! Now, the creative juices are flowing.
I must find a viable idea and run with it. I mean, follow a valid stream of...
If [your] literature intends to reflect 'Real Life', consider the fact that many, many people enjoy being fooled and mystified by a magician; whom...
That is a clever application of an old principle. I do not think it qualifies as a "new method", but it is an interesting presentation.
"Do that again....slowly"