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I do recommend that you do start with a beginners book. Unlike myself I purchased and intermediate/ Advance book and didn’t understand how it was wrote and couldn’t follow it. It wasn’t until I read a beginners book that I understood how to follow a how these books are written. I went back to the advance book and now can understand. And follow.
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Hello everybody. I thought I'd drop in with a set that I am finding fantastic. The Essential Card Magic Toolbox (mostly) by Liam Montier.

I've found his teaching style to be clear, and he spends a lot of time discussing why certain moves can be deceptive and giving what seems like really good advice. I'd recommend his series to anybody.
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Tarbell is a great set for beginner and/or experienced magician.
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My first magic book was Darwin Ortizs' At the Card Table. I know, bad choice for a first book, but I stuck with it and I was hooked. I didn't get discouraged, I found something to aspire to. Of course I ended up going back and buying much simpler books but I never rewgretted buying Darwins' book first.
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