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Tim Ellis
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If you are interested in true improvisational magic, and would like to learn how to do it, or discover techniques on how to improve your improv abilities, may I recommend you try MAGICSPORTS.

This is the "official" MagicSports page and contains all the rules of the current games, as well as the history of MagicSports.

You may have seen it at FISM in Den Haag, or even played it yourself.

We are hoping that enough teams spring up all over the world to justify a true 'World Championship' of MagicSports at FISM 2006.

Jock Masson
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My own experience of Magic sports is that they are very seldom beneficial or amusing to anybody. When you consider that the very finest stand up comics in the world need to be edited in such programmes as 'Who's line is it anyway" or 'The improv' I think most would agree, your average magician would fail to bring the house down, in a live situation, when it cames to theatrical improvisational skills at a moments notice.

Maybe FISM is a different story but most of the magic enthusiasts In my own club have not the confidence to buy a train pass, let alone stand up with zero material as a starting point.

The average magician is not an actor or a comic and might therefore be out of place in this context.

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