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 Post subject: what to buy?
PostPosted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 12:30 am 
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i want to start learning some coin magic. what is the best dvd for beginning??


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Ammar complete intro to coin magic.

Or... get david stones coin magic dvd's #1, and #2

also get bobos book. It will help you a lot.


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in the beginning there were coins is a good beginners dvd


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Get what Fletch recommended and you will be off on the right foot. Ammar, Stone and the Bobo book are all excellent starting points.

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this has been asked soooo many times. dont make us do this all again. search the forums.


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girspiggy wrote:
this has been asked soooo many times. dont make us do this all again. search the forums.
Yea. But I pretty much agree with exactly what fletch said.


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Why does everyone leave out Noblezada? What about In the Beginning There were Coins?


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Maloney123 wrote:
Why does everyone leave out Noblezada? What about In the Beginning There were Coins?


Thats what I said. *Sigh*


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Maloney123 wrote:
Why does everyone leave out Noblezada? What about In the Beginning There were Coins?


It is good. But by far not so good as Ammar and David Stone.
So why buy a 7 if you can buy a 10!?!

For a beginner just buy what Fletch says.


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thx all. im going to go with Ammar.


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acebrawler73 wrote:
girspiggy wrote:
this has been asked soooo many times. dont make us do this all again. search the forums.
Yea. But I pretty much agree with exactly what fletch said.


Thats the advice i got from you acebrawler:) and thats what i got and my coin magic is improving lots.


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Honestly both ammar's and noblezada's DVD's had the good and bad points.
I have both and I found ammar's teaching to be very boring. However, in the beginning there were coins left out some vital info (goshman pinch) or any other way to show your palm up hand empty and still hold out.

overall I would by the newer version of bobo's modern coin magic, and either dvd.

Noblezada's has more material that you would use, but Ammar's has more useful things that you can apply to make your own tricks and be creative.

overall make sure you get bobo's !!!


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Yea bobo's is the way to go :D


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