The Answer to all your Questions is: Roberto Giobbi's Card Collage
Yes, but instead of spending $100 for things that I already know, except for these two things, can you help me out here, through the forum.
No dude, he's right. Go buy card college. You can't even do a DL. I was doing magic for 3 years before i bought volume 1 of card college and its the best thing i've ever bought. I read it cover to cover, even the "how to hold a deck" part in the beginning. But if you think you already know it all then good luck.
Your right, he is, this weekend, I went to a magic shop and I looked at the book, and I saw that it wasn't that basic, there are some hard stuff there. And btw, that was the problem, I couldn't do a DL, but I could do other, much harder moves. It's not that I can't EVEN do a DL, but I couldn't. Now, I am able
. I practiced a lot more. And I`ve been in magic for 4 years, and still, Card College is great, and I am learning a lot of new things, but I bought volume 4 though, but I think that I'll still buy volume 1, even though most of it will be review. For some reason, I had an impression that those books only had like beginner`s (I think that I am intermediate) stuff in it. But what skill level are they for? Because there are some very simple, and easy, and some very hard stuff in it. So what skill level is it for?