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kramerica2010
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I bought this book looking for some good impromptu coin stuff. There is so much I have no ide where to start! What are the good one's in here?
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You can start by looking at the threads regardings that great book in the Show me the money forum...
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Uli Weigel
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Why not start at page one? Just a thought...
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Uli, EXCELLENT POINT. Smile. I couldn't have said it better myself. Kramerica 2010, there is a wealth of information contained in those pages. One of my favorites is Geoff Latta's C/S/B routine. Very well thought out and FRIES people. I've tweaked the handling a bit to fit my own style but the routine is one of my favs. Hope this helps.

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I didn't like the Hugard's "Expert Card Technique" (or some of his others reprinted by Dover pubs). I bought it, read it, and could not adapt anything for use. I did buy the Amateur Magician's Handbook, and read, re-read, etc. and found a lot of useful material. That was over 30 years ago and I still use some of the material found there--Dai Vernon's Royal Marriages, Miser's Dream, Easy as Spelling your Name to name a few.
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Just read the entire book, make some notes if you like something and simply read those pages again and start practicing.
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On 2005-10-01 07:42, Philipp K wrote:
Just read the entire book, make some notes if you like something and simply read those pages again and start practicing.


I agree completely...however, the copper silver section may be a place to start.

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It really depends on what your interests are??? Like if you do not know much about edge grip and like that idea, start off with the David Roth section. Me personally, I got a lot of great ideas out of the Geoff Latta section. But there are all kinds of goodies, different spellbound moves. I also liked the 2 Slydini sleights that were in the book. Just my opinion, Cheers,

Bill
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One of my favorite magic books, just read it all!
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