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millarhouse
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I have the Ellusionist videos. I have not had any exposure to the other videos mentioned in this post, so I can not make any comparisons.
I always had an interest in card magic and new some basic card tricks. It was the ellusionist videos that got me back into card magic. I learnt some good slights and moves from the videos.
My favourite would have to be Crash Course 2. The James Ellis Loading is an excellent move from CC2.
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I think the girls from the Ellusionist videos are just Brad Chri$tian's (hint) neighbors, and relatives. I literally had to fast-forward through those clips in between routines because I couldn't stomach it.

I bought Street Magic, and Kard Klub from Ellu$ionist, and it was the biggest waste of money I've ever spent on magic before. Every video is recycled into the next and called something else, or a "bonus" is taken and added as a main feature.

If you watched every Ellusionist video, the math is that you'd learn a handful of tricks, for the price you could've paid for a WEALTH of valuable books, and DVD's that could've provided you with an arsenal of magic.

Better camera work, and videogame-like themes don't = better magic.
Harsh, but realistic.
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OK...you asked which to buy first which denotes that you are interested in buying both.

The bundles are $62 and $80, for a combined $142.

For $150 you could purchase card college which covers all that material and more.

You could purchase On The Pass for $35, The Magic of Eddie Fechter for $45, and Double Take for $30. Those would all equal $110.

I'm just saying...there are better alternatives for learning that material and much more in the same price range.
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I agree with most of the opinions posted here.

Buy Royal Road To Card Magic and other important resources like books.

Reading books is better because you get a wealth of information from them for only a cheap price.

Trust me on this. Videos will burn a hole in your pocket if you don't know what you are buying. Books are better because there something for everyone in it.
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Crash course should be bought first as that gets you the basics and then the Ninja series can help you expand and elaborate on your routines with them.
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If you beginner get Michael Ammar - Easy to Master Card Miracles or Daryl´s Encyclopedia of Card Sleights DVD-Series!
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