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 Post subject: Dan and Dave style magic
PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 7:06 pm 
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The thing I love about Dan and Daves magic is how short it is and how it just hits hard real quick. What would you recomend that is similar?


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Why don't you just buy Dan and Dave's stuff?


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I am not a fan of their magic much, but i recently picked up 'Trilogy - the tricks'. I can appriciate their skill.

The stuff is pretty good.


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Maloney123 wrote:
Why don't you just buy Dan and Dave's stuff?
And if I already own all their stuff?


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Location: Burleson , Texas , stop buying every new trick and Read some bloody books
Check out Brian Tudor, his style is similar


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amcworth wrote:
Check out Brian Tudor, his style is similar
edited NO!!!! I already have some of his stuff and I hate it. Maybe their similar because they're both excellent with cards but I don't think they're magic is similar at all.


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I would say pick up some Daniel Madison (similar but not the same).

I think that any trick can be done quickly and altered to be fast and smooth without losing a lot.

I still say Daniel Madison (his DVD set is GODLY) or his eBooks. His magic ranges from slow to fast to Dan and Dave style.

Do you have the trilogy disk four?


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Sweepingreaper4 wrote:
Maloney123 wrote:
Why don't you just buy Dan and Dave's stuff?
And if I already own all their stuff?


Then you wouldn't be able to buy it then.


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Popchris wrote:
I would say pick up some Daniel Madison (similar but not the same).

I think that any trick can be done quickly and altered to be fast and smooth without losing a lot.

I still say Daniel Madison (his DVD set is GODLY) or his eBooks. His magic ranges from slow to fast to Dan and Dave style.

Do you have the trilogy disk four?

yup


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amcworth wrote:
Check out Brian Tudor, his style is similar


No it's not


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Location: Burleson , Texas , stop buying every new trick and Read some bloody books
There flourishy, fast pase style isn't similar?


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Not at all.
DND magic: old tricks that they changed a little bit with some flourishy way of displaying the selected card or something like this, nothing really flourishy.
Tudor's magic: his routines are much longer, they're not just fast tricks. he only has one routine that has flourishes in it


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