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dan84
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What are the top 5 impropmtu books of all time?
AsL
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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!
NitroMagic
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I really like Magic For dummies
warren
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Martin gardners encyclopedia of impromptu magic would be number 1 if its books your looking for.
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Roberto giobbi's card college...
ILLUMINATI: Brotherhood knowing to be unusually enlightened with regard to the art of magic.

in memory of... SWIFTSHIFTER

"The art that purports to control or forecast natural events, effects, or forces by invoking the supernatural"
felixsun
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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.
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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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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
Sean Macfarlane
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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
Hawkan
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The Magic Book by Harry Lorayne.

Hĺkan
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Nick-V.
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Yeah Nitro that book has a lot of contributions from top pros.
Peace on the Magical Streets
~Nick V.~
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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.
"Few have the courage of their convictions; fewer still, the courage for an attack on their convictions." — Nietzsche
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