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pradell
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$4.18 (used), $13,57 (new paperback) at Amazon....

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The Magician
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This book should be in every magicians library
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Hi there,

Mark Wilson's was the first book I ever bought, and I am sooooo glad I did! It teaches you the basics of most areas of magic. I am still dropping into from time to time and my performance table is a straight copy of the plan in the book.

I strongly advise you purchase it!!!

Many thanks

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With over 500 pages it's a great value for the money. You can't go wrong with this book.
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Sounds like I am going to have to pick this one up Smile
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Neil ( MagiCanada ) the owner of OmniMagic dropped by my house today and gave me the Complete Course in Magic, FREE. I can see now how it is worth the money.

Thanks Neil,

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Amen
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Good stuff. Get it and you'll not regret it. (yeah, I know I sound like Ron Popeil!)
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This is a very resourceful book that I look into very often. It teaches you coin's, cards, rope magic, mentalism and many other very great effects. It also teaches you how to construct amazing illusions. I think this book should be in every magicians library.
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On 2007-02-10 22:25, sBosma wrote:
Neil ( MagiCanada ) the owner of OmniMagic dropped by my house today and gave me the Complete Course in Magic, FREE. I can see now how it is worth the money.

Thanks Neil,

Spencer


You're more than welcome Spencer! I'm very happy to give you the free book and I know you'll get a LOT of use out of it.

When I dropped by your house your dad told me that you do magic every day and it's "not a phase." Smile Too funny! Sounds like me when I was your age.

Neil
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On 2007-02-10 22:25, sBosma wrote:
Neil ( MagiCanada ) the owner of OmniMagic dropped by my house today and gave me the Complete Course in Magic, FREE. I can see now how it is worth the money.

Thanks Neil,

Spencer


You're more than welcome Spencer! I'm very happy to give you the free book and I know you'll get a LOT of use out of it.

When I dropped by your house your dad told me that you do magic every day and it's "not a phase." Smile Too funny! Sounds like me when I was your age.

Neil



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One thing I like about Mark Wilson's book is that it has something new for me each time I read it because my magical interests keep changing. I mean that as my interests in magic change over time, I find myself reading chapters I only leafed through the last time I opened it. The book covers such a wide range of magical ideas that it never grows old.

Cheers!
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The thing about MWCCIM is that, even though some of the tricks in it are quite simple, some of them are just great. For example, although I have never tried it, the coin in a ball of wool seems to have the potential of making people talk about you weeks after the show.
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I've owned Mark Wilson's Course in Magic for a while now and STILL refer to it very often. So many routines and effects. It seems to cover all types of magic, from sponge balls to stage illusions. Anyone who reads this thread in the future for the same reason - inquiring about whether or not to buy this book - don't look any further. It is an investment in your magic career that you will never regret buying.
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And at that price, I would rarely call it an investment . . .
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I don't know if this has been asked in this thread, from my glance I didn't see, but from MWCCIM...

Does anyone use this stuff in their professional act? Or do you use a variation of the theme?

Just curious as I like this book also.
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