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Reviews of Magic Tricks, DVDs & Books - Magic & Illusion - About.com
... books and videos. To see all of our reviews, please refer to the categories below. ... 13 Subcategories in Reviews of Magic Tricks and Instructional Media.
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 ...
Reviews of Magic Books - Magic & Illusion - About.com
Review of My Favorites by Paul Lelekis teaches seven card tricks and the entire ebook is a steal at ten bucks. One effect, a variation on Darwin Ortiz's "Dream ...
Easy to Master Magic Tricks by Las Vegas Greatest Magicians ...
This DVD features a line-up of great magicians teaching 13 easy magic tricks. ... Mac King Comedy Magic Review by Reader Amy - Las Vegas Show Review ...
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: 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: 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 ...
Magic Card Tricks - Reviews and Techniques - Magic & Illusion
Magicians love to perform with cards. Here's a section loaded with reviews, tricks and techniques.
Trick Review: Trilogy by Brian Caswell - Magic & Illusion - About.com
This mentalism effect with playing cards offers three strong revelations with three audience members. It's easy to perform; spectators make free choices with a ...