I love this video. It is a true example of how powerful impromptu magic can be. These tricks aren't
throwaways. They also aren't all easy. They are however, well within the grasp of the average
My favorite routine is Florida Keys. It is a bit knacky but once you have it
down it is like riding a bike. I carry this set up everywhere I go. I also like Quicksilver. This is
another great routine that can get alot of mileage. Finally, A questionable trick is the ultimate
economical trick utilizing a dime and a penny.
There isn't a single thing on this video
that I haven't performed at least 10 times. Most I have used more than I have counted. I love it.
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I have been doing magic at an intermediate level for many years. This material is great in many
ways. Heres the but-Greg Wilson is great and does this material in his sleep but it’s not easy. His
coins across is amazing but you’re doing Goshman is conjunction with another move ala
Chen. Not easy. So be warned. Others are easier. Also his material is based on his Jazz magic style.
Not everyone has that ability.
If you like organic magic and want to appear clean as you begin
this is for u. One pet peeve I have is when you market something as totally impromptu and then there
are some set up (or in this case props).
Great material, not easy, not all impromptu.
I have seen many impromptu videos and read masses of books and this really is on the spot. These are
not those usual tricks which you se everyshere but really useable collection of classics. Classics,
yes, but well explained as Gregory always does. There are also few new tricks which I haven't seen
before like Florida keys, which is pure gold. Also Greg does have some new ways to end those famous
classics. I am really pleased I purchased this. It is good for both beginners and pros because you
can learn something about Greg's performance which always is funny. And one more thing, he has quite
Just as the title says, learn a few of these routines and you will always be ready to amaze. Greg's
handling of coins across using three U.S. quarters (and nothing else) has become a standard part of
my routine. Some of the moves will require a bit of practice, but the result is a lifetime of great
Good video, Gregory is fun to watch and you can get a sense of his love of magic. The teaching is
top notch and the routines are great. A little work and you can perform without big props or fancy
gimmicks, this is pure sleight of hand and as such requires your practice. Some routines you can
perform soon and others need more time. If you are looking for sleight of hand and want some
practice get this video. A+