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Nick Minnich
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I am ordering a book tonight as a matter of fact. Cameron helped me pick out my next purchase which is "Jennings '67" Hopefully it will be a winner, I'm sure it will. Then I think that I might get "Smoke and Mirrors" getting harder to find.
Peo Olsson
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Nick,

With Larry Jennings you never can go wrong.

Peo
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On 2003-11-12 14:19, bvbernard wrote:
For me, Ortiz's Cardshark reprint and Bannon's Dear Mr. Fantasy.

Anyone has any idea where to get Darwin's Cardshark???
LeConte
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Cardshark comes up on ebay from time to time. Good luck it is great material, but also quite advanced!
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Nick Minnich
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On 2003-11-21 00:24, Peo Olsson wrote:
Nick,

With Larry Jennings you never can go wrong.

Peo


I hope so, its in the mail.....
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Life & Times of a Legend - Theodore Annemann. Just found out this book exists. This and 13 steps. Then I swear no more spending Smile till atleast income tax time. Smile
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On 2003-11-21 04:06, LeConte wrote:
Cardshark comes up on ebay from time to time. Good luck it is great material, but also quite advanced!




if I'm correct, 'Cardshark' just sold on ebay recently for about $90 bucks.
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Successful Conjuring, Arthur Pearson.
plus
Die wichtigsten Kunstgriffe des Kartenkünstlers by Ottokar Fisher (german)

This is outdated books but they will be fun to read...
LeConte
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I just got Ed Marlo's Revolutionary Card Technique, and although I guess I don't really need another book for months if not years, I'm going to purchase Jennings '67 next.
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Peo Olsson
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I have just recived Sankey Unleashed. As soon I have read it I will write a review.
I have purchased (and still waiting for) Steve Beam's Semi-Automatic Card Tricks vol. 5.
I'm eagerly wating for Juan Tamariz's Mnonics books from Hermetic Press. Rumour has it that they will be out in august.
And of course I'm wating for John Bannon's hopefully-soon-to-be-released book Dear Mr Fantasy (or whatever it's going to be called).

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Rennie
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Just purchased this weekend,
The Legacy of Don Alan as well as completing my Card College series by purchasing #5.
Always on the look out for new books as well as old books.
Rennie
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Tomorrow my "the classic magic of larry jennings" will arrive, that'll do for the next couple of months Smile

Next to that, I'll probably buy something about coins or sponge balls. I've ordered a set of sponges along with the book, so I see if that is something for me and then decide to dig further or not.

And I've heared a book by the French magician Bebel will be translated into English. I've heared great things about him, so maybe I'll check that one out.
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I'm deciding between Smoke and Mirrors (if I can find it), Card Magic of Nick Trost, and Focus. I think that these are all within reach of my current skill level, if I stretch a bit.

I am also going to pick up the Tavern Magic manuscript by WildStone and Ron Bauer's Mechanical Deck script. My not-so-great double lift/turnover is holding me back, and I'm hoping Mr. Bauer's description of Dai Vernon's technique (along with lots of practice on my part) can help improve things.
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Just picked up Card Fictions, haven't had a chance to read it yet! Waiting on Peek Encores and the new Michael Close E-Book.

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I want to get some of sadowitz material but I'm as skint as someone that is really skint who has just won the skint award for skintness
"Your the Italian stallion" As said by my g/friend
Rennie
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Rden,
Smoke and Mirrors, The Card Magic of Nick Trost and Focus are all books I have and 3 of my favorites.
Excellent choice....The Trost book has some real sleepers in it relying on sublety as opposed to sleights.
Rennie
The effect is the important thing, how you achieve it is not.......
DaveS
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"Seventh Heaven" by Lewis Jones...

DaveS
We shall not cease from exploration/And the end of all our exploring/Will be to arrive where we started/And know the place for the first time. (TS Elliot)
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Closely Guarded Secrets by Michael Close (e-book)
A Modern Trade Show Handbook
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Another vote for Closely Guarded Secrets by Michael Close
Turk
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In my dreams, I keep envisioning a complete compilation of all the old Manu-Secrets series published by Irv "Mr.Fingers" Weiner. Then I wake up. SIGH!! It was only a dream.

Mike
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This must not be Kansas anymore, Toto.

Eschew obfuscation.
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