Recommend a Book / DVD

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Rasengan, Jun 16, 2009.

  1. Hey guys,
    school's over and my parents asked what I want for finishing the school. So recommend me anything not too confusing, can be easy but a little work is also fine. Of course hard-hitting and that can be done to a group of people. And I'm a card guy so no coin magic. Any more questions, just ask.
  2. Dangerous by Daniel Madison

    Surfaced by Chad Nelson

    The Cardician- Ed Marlo (might be kinda difficult though)
  3. I already have Dangerous and Surfaced. Oh, and I forgot to mention that I've been doing card magic a little bit over a year.
  4. You know what DVD series I feel does not get enough attention, Bill Malone's On the Loose. It has got a ton of stuff on it, mostly cards but its got other close up effects. Bill is a crazy good card guy and all around magician, and I learned alot from him in this series.
  5. Daryl's Encyclopedia Of Card Sleights if you're willing to shell out about $250 for the whole set.
  6. Lennart green set of dvd's.....Im not buying dvd's in a loooong time ;)
  7. Benjamin Earl's Past Midnight. They're great.
  8. Art of Magic has some good stuff on it. All of the effects are very easy, plus it has an hour-long segment on performance. I've seen great reviews of the DVDs others are mentioning.

    Mark Wilson's Complete Course in Magic is a great book.
  9. go and search.....

    and fill ur e-baskest up my friend!!!!!.....

    u've earned it...congrats man!!!!

    proud of ya....
  10. But what do you think of Syd Segal's Simply Sydney??
  11. Or ''By Forces Unseen''???
  12. Counts, cuts, moves, and subtly - book
    Helter Shelter - DVD (Grin)
  13. Symply Sydney isn't bad. It has some good material, but I don't use most of the material. I do however really like the Collectors effect. Its amazing.

    By Forces Unseen sounds incredible. I've wanted to get it for a while, but haven't been able to pick it up yet. I've heard nothing but good things from it. I have heard that some of the material is a little challenging though.

    Hope this helps!
  14. But do you know any other DVD or books, which don't have too much effects, but more difficult.
  15. I guarantee that if you get yourself a copy of Card Finesse 2 and the original Card Finesse by Jon Racherbaumer you will be pleasantly surprised. Each on is half moves and subtleties and half card effects. Not too many tricks, just the right amount. I personally have never seen another card book quite like these, maybe with the exceptions of The Magic of Bro. John Hamman and the Marlo books.

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