Card College by Robert Giobbi Volume 5 (Book) You'll learn methods for covertly arranging stacks during performance, obtaining a duplicate of a spectator's signature with his knowledge, and secretly conveying cards to and from the deck!
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It's finally here! In the fifth volume of the acclaimed Card College series, Roberto Giobbi has prepared a graduation party! In previous volumes the reader has been given a remarkable collection of tools for creating astonishing card magic. In the same vein, Volume 5 begins with a meaty chapter of new techniques and strategies, which include methods for covertly arranging stacks during performance, obtaining a duplicate of a spectator's signature with his knowledge, and secretly conveying cards to and from the deck-powerful tools indeed.
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Hi. This is your official PenguinMagic reviewer, B_Magic!
The Card College series is similar to books like "Modern Coin Magic" for coin workers, or "Royal Road to Card Magic" or "Expert Card Technique" for card guys...it's a MUST HAVE. The book is a staple in card magic that will not only give you a fantastic start into card magic, but will give you an excellent source of sleights and effects for years and years to come.
I bought the Card College series years ago, and even after making a successful living in magic for over a decade now I still benefit from the books. Everytime I flip through the books I find something new, or something I'd forgotten, or something that I'm now ready for that I wasn't before.
You simply must get these books. If you are even reading any reviews on these books just add them to card now. It's well worth it.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 2nd, 2010
5 stars for being a fantastic and suprisingly lengthy addition to the first 4 volumes. How did he write so much stuff and so clear and well structured? One section descibes duplicating a spectators signature, though I personally find this quite impractical. Way to much effort for a very personal effect.
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