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SDR
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Well, I have been deciding between buying this and Unexplainable Acts, I think I'm going to get this first!
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Anyone going to the Blackpool Magic Convention in February 2004 will have the honour of seeing Derek perform some of those wonderful routines from his book as he will be appearing in the close-up sessions during the Sunday of the convention, and will also be presenting a Star Lecture on the Sunday morning.
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Is it hard to find this book? I would love to get it but can't find it anywhere.

Thanks for the help

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Hey I'm pretty sure that you can get it direct from Mr. Kaufman:.

If he lists it there I'm pretty sure it's still in print. If not, sorry and good luck!

Hope that helps,
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Watch eBay. That's where I snatched my copy, for about $30.
LeConte
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Misdirections in San Francisco had a copy last week.
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Martin Joyal seems to have one or two copies at the precent time of The Complete Works of Derek Dingle: http://www.joyalstack.com

I have to mention that the copies might be used ones.

OR, try to buy from Rickard Kaufman.

I believe he has a few in stock again and the pricetag is 40 bucks. The book is smack-full with good routines, some difficult and some a little easier.

My personal favourites are Too Many Cards, Gypsy Curse, Crystalized Coins Up Sleeve and The Derek Dingle Fabulous Jumping Card Trick. Actually there isn't a single bad trick in here.

It is one of the very first magic books I ever bought, and still one of the best.

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I've just ordered this for £28 postpaid, that's pretty good. Just have to wait now, hohum.
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Yeah, Kaufman still has some in stock for $40. I'm a fan of Dingle's stuff on sleights...Blaine I guess uses his double lift, and it is one of the better no get ready ones out there.
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The Dingle Double is really Krenzel's double which was even published earlier. I also thought Blaine used a push-off double, but I might be mistaken!
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Dingle's double looks exactly like Blaine's. In any case, I like the explanations on the pass, the zarrow, etc. Nice book.
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Dingle's double looks exactly like Blaine's.

Perhaps that's because the DL Blaine does is Dingle's.
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Marko, with all due respect I think you are wrong. I know for a fact that Dingle learned his DL from illusionist.
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On 2003-11-14 21:05, usa wrote:
Marko, with all due respect I think you are wrong. I know for a fact that Dingle learned his DL from illusionist.

??? What?
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On 2003-11-14 21:05, usa wrote:
Marko, with all due respect I think you are wrong. I know for a fact that Dingle learned his DL from illusionist.
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??? What?

A joke.
Peo Olsson
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Kaufman and Greenberg seems to have Derek Dingle's Complete Works book in stock again for $40.00
http://www.geniimagazine.com/kaufmanandco/booksandtapes.html

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Gr8 book. VERY difficult but worth knowing. And doing (if you can). The only gripe I have and it's been mentioned elsewhere is that the reader is forced to plow through the actions to sorta kinda get the idea of the effect is. I wish there was a brief description ahead of time. Maybe in edition 2?
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