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 Post subject: Needed Trick?
PostPosted: Wed Aug 06, 2003 4:56 pm 
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I don't know if this was posted before, but.. What is your favourite trick/a trick that every magician HAS to have. CLose-up, preferably. (I'm really lookign for suggestions for my next buy, I want soemthign that is something I NEED to have, it doesn't make me anytign more than lay person without it, follow?)


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 06, 2003 5:05 pm 
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I'm not sure if I have an absolute favorite, so I'll list these in categories -

Must Have Packet Trick - Color Monte
Must Have Gimmicked Card Trick - Card Toon
Must Have Gimmicked Coin Trick - 3 in 1 quarter
Must Have Gimmicked Close Up Trick - Pro Brass Hot Rod
Must Have Coin Magic Video - Jay Sankey's Revolutionary Coin Magic
Must Have Card Magic Video - Michael Ammar's Easy to Master Card Miracles vol. 2
Must Have Coin Magic Book - Bobo's Modern Coin Magic
Must Have Card Book - Card College Vol. 1
Must Have Instand download - Quick Trick

Lol, so many must haves... Hope this helps!


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TT, itr and regular deck


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On Must Have Card Book, I think in term of soemthign I don't have, and should get, yes, but I think if it were really MUST HAVE it'd have to be RRTCM, but I think I'm goign to get an AoA book.


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SaggioD, don't go looking for the one gimmick that you can impress people with, get videos so you can learn tons of stuff to do with ordinary things. This is what I carry with me every day - 4 quarters, a dollar bill, a deck of cards, rubber bands, post-it notes, a bendy pen, and sometimes a 3 in 1 quarter. I strongly recommend any of the videos and books that I listed above, they are some of the most useful things you will ever buy.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 06, 2003 5:16 pm 
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SaggioD wrote:
On Must Have Card Book, I think in term of soemthign I don't have, and should get, yes, but I think if it were really MUST HAVE it'd have to be RRTCM, but I think I'm goign to get an AoA book.

Well, its just my opinion, I personally like card college more.


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Regular deck of cards

My two favorite videos are probably Michael Ammar's Easy to Master Card Miracles, Vol. 2 and Allan Ackerman Vol. 1 - The Las Vegas Card Expert.


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Equal Unequal Ropes Hands down.


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i would say the five forces video instead of whatever you said. it teaches some forces that help out alot.


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TT, loops, aces in their faces, m.s. ultimate 3 card monte


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is the tt noticible?


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elementskater255 wrote:
is the tt noticible?

Very noticable :|


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That's a lie, fi it';'s so noticable, why does every magician carr one? :) I just bought a TT and silk for 1.27 at Penguin (thanks to unnamed things).


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well, you can hide it, but you can't just show someone your thumb and expect it to look at all natural.


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scotch and soda, color monte, pyro perception, paperclipped, the list is endless


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