Ever got stuck when someone asked you to show a card trick, and you just didn't know what to do?
Then this might be the book for you.
Okay first an overall look of the pros and cons.
-Easy - most of the tricks will be easy and fast to learn for experienced magicians
and beginners have a good place to get started(I do have to warn though, some basic knowledge of
card magic is preferred, because some sleights aren't explained in great detail, but most magicians
will already know most of the sleights).
-original magic - you probably know most of the moves
and will be thinking, this is so easy, why didn't I think of that.
-anytime, anywhere and any
deck - These tricks can all be performed right away(even if there is a set-up required, you will be
able to set it up in front of the spectators without them knowing)
-complete scripts for the
routines - don't know what to tell with the tricks? Don't worry, the book gives you some good lines
to use with the tricks.
-every trick is usefull
-Vague explanations - most of
the explanations are good to follow, but I had one explanation of a trick that was a bit vague and I
had to do some puzzling to find a method to get it to work.
The bottom line:
book that is definitely worth the money. This is definitely some stuff you can use, if you'll take
the time to learn these tricks you will always be prepared when someone asks you to do a trick when
they hand you a deck of cards. I gave it a 4 because the tricks are great, the methods are
definitely good, but in the end the explanations can be a bit more time-consuming to those who are
not used to reading magic. Luckily I didn't have a problem with that because I love books, and I
think that you should just buy the book, it's too damn good to let it go. Those who don't buy it are
definitely missing out.
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