This is going to sound very arrogant but here goes: there's really no way in the world that you've actually mastered ANY of these tricks\moves.
The "next" thing you need to do now is actually practice these sleights day and night, in front of a mirror, before you go to sleep, when you wake up, in front of a camera, in front of your family and friends, while talking and pattering, just the sleights, etc.
I like to think about sleight of hand as a form of martial arts, it's something that needs to be practiced for years, even the most basic and simple sleights require years of practicing, trial and error and then more practicing until you finally understand them.
I've been doing card magic for about 6 years and only after about 4 years I finally had that feeling that you get when you do a sleight and it feels like this is how this sleight was meant to look and feel in your hands, the feeling that makes you think "this is the core of how I'm going to be doing this sleight for the rest of my life"
Even today, if I practice one hour a day and I do three double lifts that feel PERFECT I go to sleep satisfied, it's not that I only get 3 good DL's, but only 3 will feel RIGHT.
I used to look for the hardest, most difficult, rare, esoteric and weird sleights out there and try to master them, but as I grew older I realized that the most difficult sleights are actually the most basic ones.
Sleight of hand isn't only about learning new moves, it's also about learning how people react to your body language, when's the perfect time to execute the sleight, how to misdirect even the most difficult spectator.
These sort of things take years of experience to get the hang of, but you shouldn't be bummed about it, you should be very excited because the first years in magic are without a doubt the most fun.
Lastly, I'd like to tell you about an interview with a Shalon monk that I saw a long time ago, he said that he practices kong-fu every day for like 15 hours and if he gets one perfect punch, then it was a good day.
Right now, with the sleights you've learned, you have enough to practice for at least a year, but obviously you're eager to learn more, and that's understandable, I don't know what to recommend to you, just think about what I wrote and try your best to practice what you've already learned and not constantly look for new things to learn.