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Bande Elite user 403 Posts 
I third the recommendation. Just for the first two tricks alone  not only great but the way they flow together makes an absolute amateur like me look very polished.


J.Warrens Inner circle Canada 1098 Posts 
I don't seem to see these anywhere in here: Steve Beam's SemiAutomatic card tricks (all volumes).
Also, you really can't go wrong with any of Simon Aronson's books either. Cheers. J.Warrens 

EdgarWilde Regular user 117 Posts 
"Verbal Magic" by Navarro & Tamariz recently published by Hermetic Press should be added to the list as well as the soon to be published "Card College Lighter"


rowdymagi5 Inner circle Virginia 3348 Posts 
Verbal Magic is a good book. Some real foolers in there!


mellanp New user Scranton, Pa. 56 Posts 
One of my favorite books is George Schindler's Magic with Cards book. It is full of easytodo card effects.


drd00m New user Argentina 22 Posts 
"Cartomagia Semiautomatica" by Dani Daortiz, but it's in spanish.


Vlad_77 Inner circle The Netherlands 5829 Posts 
And through all of this not ONE mention of Stewart James!
Ahimsa, Vlad 

magicfish Inner circle 6761 Posts 
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On 20110919 18:04, Vlad_77 wrote: ...nor Rufus Steele... shhhhhh 

Vlad_77 Inner circle The Netherlands 5829 Posts 
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On 20110919 19:14, magicfish wrote: LOL mum's da woid my friend!! 

Julie Inner circle 3500 Posts 
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On 20070224 05:02, Pavloter wrote:  ...and now we can add SUBSEQUENT IMPUZZIBILITIES for even more super really selfworking card tricks! Julie 

panlives Inner circle 2087 Posts 
There are some strong selfworkers in Woody Aragon's new book, "A Book in English."
It is being discussed here: http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......&start=0
"Is there any point to which you would wish to draw my attention?"
"To the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime." "The dog did nothing in the nighttime." "That was the curious incident," remarked Sherlock Holmes. 

panlives Inner circle 2087 Posts 
One for the near future: “Magical Mathematics: The Mathematical Ideas that Animate Great Magic Tricks,” by Persi Diaconis & Ron Graham.
The amazon product description: <<Magical Mathematics reveals the secrets of amazing, funtoperform card tricksand the profound mathematical ideas behind themthat will astound even the most accomplished magician. Persi Diaconis and Ron Graham provide easy, stepbystep instructions for each trick, explaining how to set up the effect and offering tips on what to say and do while performing it. Each card trick introduces a new mathematical idea, and varying the tricks in turn takes readers to the very threshold of today's mathematical knowledge. For example, the Gilbreath Principlea fantastic effect where the cards remain in control despite being shuffledis found to share an intimate connection with the Mandelbrot set. Other card tricks link to the mathematical secrets of combinatorics, graph theory, number theory, topology, the Riemann hypothesis, and even Fermat's last theorem. Diaconis and Graham are mathematicians as well as skilled performers with decades of professional experience between them. In this book they share a wealth of conjuring lore, including some closely guarded secrets of legendary magicians. Magical Mathematics covers the mathematics of juggling and shows how the I Ching connects to the history of probability and magic tricks both old and new. It tells the storiesand reveals the best tricksof the eccentric and brilliant inventors of mathematical magic. Magical Mathematics exposes old gambling secrets through the mathematics of shuffling cards, explains the classic streetgambling scam of threecard monte, traces the history of mathematical magic back to the thirteenth century and the oldest mathematical trickand much more.>> Available on October 23, 2011 !!!
"Is there any point to which you would wish to draw my attention?"
"To the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime." "The dog did nothing in the nighttime." "That was the curious incident," remarked Sherlock Holmes. 

magicfish Inner circle 6761 Posts 
Don't forget Paul Clive's excellent Card Tricks Without Skill.


Nikodemus Siivola New user Helsinki, Finland 39 Posts 
Steve Beam's SemiAutomatic Card Tricks, parts 1N.


rjthomp Regular user Pasadena 194 Posts 
QUite a few amazing selfworkers in Bannon's Dear Mr. Fantasy...
Rob 

rjthomp Regular user Pasadena 194 Posts 
QUite a few amazing selfworkers in Bannon's Dear Mr. Fantasy...
Rob 

apple123 Regular user 107 Posts 
Bob Longe is another name to add to the list.


magicfish Inner circle 6761 Posts 
Card Magic by Bill Okal.


magicfish Inner circle 6761 Posts 
Tours de Carts Automatique Richard Vollmer


jmvives Regular user 117 Posts 
A Book in English by Woody Aragon is absolutely amazing. I strongly recommend it to you.
greetings,
"Make your magic meaningful" Max Maven


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