card magic books

  1. The 4th Musketeer

    Need more suggestions for my book & dvd collection!

    This is by now my personal collection. I'm open for more suggestions of what to read/see next. Thanks guys! *My focus is only on card magic and especially on gambling material. (If there's a book with some coin tricks in it it's fine. Even I have a few great ones. Just don't suggest a book if...
  2. J

    Jack Carpenter Shadow & Shake New Release!

    Jack Carpenter has released his commercial in-the-hands three phase ace transposition routine full of visual changes in a new book called "Shadow & Shake". The routine is perfect for walk around. The book also includes additional material some of which is shown in the video trailer. Watch the...
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    Should i read royal road to card magic from beginning to end or should i skip around

    Should i read royal road to card magic from beginning to end or should i skip around, I got the book about a week ago and have been skipping around but havent learned much and i was wondering if i should just read the entire book from beginning to end.
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    The Royal Road To Card Magic - Questions

    Hey, I am not entirely sure where to post this since this is obviously a product, but not a product sold here (as far as I know). Anyway, maybe some of you've read The Royal road to card magic and enjoyed it like I am now. Sometimes, at least for me as a nonnative speaker, it's unclear...
  5. pit820

    How can I get the most from magic books?

    TL;DR I want to get the most from magic books as I think I'm going about using them wrong and I'm not finding them very helpful. So I've been doing magic for a few years now and I like to think myself as reasonably experienced. When I work I do close up, mainly with cards. And I've dabbled...
  6. Scodischarge

    Best Magic Book for a (relative) beginner

    Hi guys, I've been doing card sleight of hands for about 5-6 months. I've learned mostly from Daniel Madison's "How To Cheat At Cards", with the occasional tutorial from Jason England and Xavior Spades. Up to now I've been focusing on card cheating moves, but want to go into the more...
  7. chuckrios

    Card Devilry by J.K. Hartman

    Anyone review it yet? Is it a good buy? I have his last book and it is pretty rad. Comments?
  8. Karo-K54

    Good Books For Beginner Cardicians on a Budget?

    What are some good books to buy relating to card sleights and maybe flourishes (that's only a bonus) for someone between beginner and intermediate (can do imperfect faros, one handed cuts like Charlier, revolution and knuckle, beginner controls i.e. shuffle controls, push off double etc) that...
  9. Quinn22101

    An Introduction To Card Magic

    Hi Everyone, I am very new to card magic. I am 16 and I started card magic about a month ago. I was always fascinated by magic as a kid and would love some help from people with experience on this forum. I am getting "The Royal Road to Card Magic" I am also looking heavily into getting "The...
  10. 7ri_Kings

    Is the Card College series by Roberto Giobbi a Good Read?

    I'm about 3 weeks into card magic, so I barely know anything about this art yet. (you don't have to read this part...) I went to my local (2.5 hours away) magic shop last week looking for The Royal Road to Card Magic because Chris Ramsay suggested it, but the guy told me I should get Card...
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    Foundational Card Magic Book Opitions

    Hi guys. Hope this finds you all well! I have a dilemma, I adore everything Royal Road To Card Magic stands for, but I'm having a difficult time with the writing style. Would Harry Lorayne's The Magic Book provide a foundation to build upon? Or is there any other books that are...
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