Great effects, most would work in all environments. Rope, coin, cards. They are all using slights,
or moves that can easily be done by even the novice, yet the effects are strong. Perfect for the
magicians that don't want to be distracted by the method while performing. Another superb job by
Dan Harlan, I am going to hate when this series ends. I hope he adds in the graduate course.
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Love all the videos in this series
Oh, Dan, you are ruining my life by inserting so many ideas in my head. The gimmick to force a
complete line in a book is brilliant and he could probably sell it.
Plus he gave me so many
memories of things I did in the past like Cavorting Sponges and the Crystal Tube.
way, if you do kid shows and balloons then don't pass up this lecture. The balloon ending that gets
rid of the dirty stuff is fantastic. For anyone doing kid shows and balloons just that one idea is
worth the price of admission.
Dan does a great job teaching. These effects are different than the usual types, so worth learning.
Yet again another great lesson . Dan truly is a wonderful teacher.
Dan Harlan is #1 in my book - you could head to the store and pick up 99% of your items for this
(and you probably have all of these items at home!) and have a pretty neat show. coin flation is
hilarious, very creative linking balloons and kids and adults will love this!, book test, cards,
knots...this lecture has a little it of everything. i really enjoyed it.
What can I say? Dan really kills it here! I love his Tarbell videos! They are creative, entertaining
an very detailed! I have been subscribed for almost a year and look forward to every installment.
Not every trick is for me, but I love to see how they're done!
Amazing value for the price!!
This is perhaps the most random collection of tricks in Tarbell. Cards, coins, books, balloons,
paddles, sponge balls, silk, body marks, ropes, and a box. Dan Harlan does a good job with improving
the tricks in this lesson, making both the weak tricks and well-known tricks better.
favorite was the update to the Baffling Bayer Box that can be done with many types of popular small
Love the tarbell series.im not a magician.just an amateur.things are hard to understand at times.
Like a 1 handed knot. Being tied. Not sure if he mentioned how to.or if it's something we
should all know. But i don't. And well maybe the tarbell series isn't for me .
I get cards. I
understand alot of those movrs. But this series may be for advanced magicians.
I do love the
series.i spent 100$ on alot of harlan downloads. And this one had some great stuff in it. I have
trouble with words and reading.so i tend to stick to videos. I have over 100 vhs tapes from year's
ago. Now my son wants to get into magic and for his age.i gotta say he is truly good. He takes it
serious.he took the oath of a magician.he nvr gives away a secret. And for a small child.its all you
see on youtube.is kids grabbing dad's effects and giving away the damn method ! That's not magic.im
sorry.so i sat him down.and said.if you wanna do this.you do it right.you take the magicians oath
and nvr give away any secrets. You always keep what you learned to yourself and practice everyday.
And he does. The kid created his own ambitious card routine. And a routine with a jumping frog made
from a flash paper dollar bill. Which i gotta say.it fooled me ! And i been doing this for 30 +
year's. Maybe oneday he will be the next dan harlan.or Michael ammar.
But back to the tarbell
series. I gotta say.i really do like all the effects. And give it a thumbs up !
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