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Topic: Top 5
Message: Posted by: dan84 (Jan 25, 2005 07:23AM)
What are the top 5 impropmtu books of all time?
Message: Posted by: AsL (Feb 12, 2005 10:52AM)
I'm not a book person. But if you are into cards get Daryl's Encyclopedia of Card sLeights. They are all great and teach tons of stuff.Good Luck!
Message: Posted by: NitroMagic (Feb 14, 2005 10:23PM)
I really like Magic For dummies
Message: Posted by: warren (Feb 17, 2005 12:50PM)
Martin gardners encyclopedia of impromptu magic would be number 1 if its books your looking for.
Message: Posted by: cardcaptor (Feb 26, 2005 02:47AM)
Roberto giobbi's card college...
Message: Posted by: felixsun (Feb 26, 2005 10:07AM)
If you like cards, Paul Cummins FASDIU(from a shuffled deck in use) is all about card tricks that can be done from a shuffled deck.
Message: Posted by: Parson Smith (Apr 12, 2005 12:23AM)
I agree with Warren.

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On 2005-02-17 13:50, warren wrote:
Martin gardners encyclopedia of impromptu magic would be number 1 if its books your looking for.
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Message: Posted by: RizlaDizla (Apr 13, 2005 09:36AM)
Try gregory wilsons off the cuff and on the spot as well as checking out some of tom Mullica material. Highly rec'mnd!!!!

Opps sorry these are not books btw
Message: Posted by: Sean Macfarlane (Apr 15, 2005 01:49AM)
1. Kennedy's visual broken and restored cigarette
2. Recap
3. Incredibe coins across - Michael Ammar
4. coin under watch
5. watch steal

Anytime.....anywhere! , Strong stuff
Message: Posted by: Hawkan (Apr 15, 2005 01:31PM)
The Magic Book by Harry Lorayne.

Håkan
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Message: Posted by: Nick-V. (Dec 14, 2006 07:08PM)
Yeah Nitro that book has a lot of contributions from top pros.
Message: Posted by: mentalskeptic (Dec 30, 2006 11:02AM)
I'd strongly recommend LifeSavers by Michael Weber. It was fun, and gets you thinking about ways to be extremely magical with the mundane objects of everyday life.