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Reviews of Magic Tricks and Instructional Media - Magic & Illusion
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Book Review: The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Magic Tricks
Tom Ogden's The Complete Idiot's Guide to Magic Tricks offers an excellent introduction to magic and a solid foundation to those who want to seriously learn  ...
Review of Toosh - Toosh Magic Trick Review - Magic & Illusion
Here's a clever idea that I've never seen before. In fact, it's one of the best concepts that I've seen in awhile that provides definite possibilities beyond Steve  ...
Trick Review: A New World - Magic & Illusion - About.com
Buzz: Dill and Weber have streamlined a card classic. Lay people will probably not know the difference and react equally to both the classic and this method.
Trick Review: D’lite Flight - Magic & Illusion - About.com
D'lite Flight makes a spot of red light flicker in mid air-almost like a flying, buzzing, living and glowing firefly. Despite the D'lite name, the effect can only be ...
Trick Review: "Labelled" by Ben Williams - Magic & Illusion - About ...
From a magic standpoint, spectators can examine the bottle all that they want and they won't find a thing. Once the effect is over, you're clean and there's plenty ...
Trick Review: Trilogy by Brian Caswell - Magic & Illusion - About.com
Indeed, this trick is easy to learn and perform. There's a one-time preparation that takes about 20 minutes and once you do this, you're ready to go. This one ...
World's Best Easy Card Trick - Magic & Illusion - About.com
World's Greatest Easy Card Magic Trick - Introduction ... World's Best Easy Close Up Trick · Review: Card Stab (World's Greatest Magic) · DVD Review: Card To ...
Trick Review: Third Degree Burn - Magic & Illusion - About.com
Third Degree Burn, by Jason Palter, is a mysterious and versatile blister effect. You walk up to a spectator and ask them to name a card. You bring out a lighter ...
DVD/Trick Review: 3 Fly III - Magic & Illusion - About.com
Unlike other versions of coins across, the magic occurs in your fingertips at eye level, not down at your waist or on a table. This results in a coins across effect ...
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