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Reviews of Magic Tricks and Instructional Media - Magic & Illusion
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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 ...
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 ...
Trick Review: "Labelled" by Ben Williams - Magic & Illusion - About ...
In this astounding effect, you show an unopened and sealed soda bottle and sign the label. You place your hand over the signed label and remove your hand, ...
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 ...
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 ...
Trick Review: Mag Card DVD - Magic & Illusion - About.com
"Mag Card DVD" is a kit that allows you to make your own magnetic cards. While such cards aren't tricks in themselves, they allow you to perform three effects ...
Easy Magic Tricks and Card Tricks
Easy magic tricks and card tricks for beginner to advanced magicians. Learn about ... Reviews of Card Trick Endings: The Phantom Deck and Mullica Wallet.
Trick Review: Odd Ball - Marc Oberon - Magic & Illusion - About.com
This is the first time that I've come across a commercial trick that I couldn't perform . For me, "Odd Ball" has a method that is far too subtle to ensure success.
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 ...