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Mindbender
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They both sound like good books, but I was wondering what level of technical proficiency is required to do the effects in each of them?
kamus
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Intermediate proficiency is the max you'll need. Some efx are self-workers.
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I only had smoke & mirrors ...
but all of the effects are worker material and all are good ...
and simple also ...
it is dificult to find an effect that is strong but simple in method this day ...
but John Bannon material is on above quality ...
salute to him ...
ferryascanio
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And yes ... the last trick in the smoke & mirror (timely departure)is stronger ...
and using standard sleight of hands not complicated, it rather like self working also ...
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Timely departure, I almost forget this strong piece! Thanks for bring it back.
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There's more effects I catually use in Impossibilia - and Impossibilia has a more non-card items.
Jeff
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John Bannon produces more useable magic than anyboby I know. Get all three of his books and you won't be sorry.

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Frankie636
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Smoke and Mirrors for me is the better of the 2.
magicmerlz
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Hi all

Does anyone know where I can buy Impossibilia the book from (I am in the UK). I have sourced Smoke & Mirrors but am struggling to find Impossibilia.

Thanks all.

Matt
Rafael The Master Hypnotist
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I say get them both, since you will learn many things from these book

these book remind me so many memories that I spent in my Senior High School, back in the day when I can not afford to buy VHS Tape, and back then even DVD is not available

Now as a Working Pro, the only effect that is in my "Impromptu" repertoire is "Timely Departure"

but base from this book I start to learn the joy of learning from a Book, since the creator is not feeding you their move in silver platter, with Books you must devour and read it S-l-o-w-l-y to get the idea of how the moves suppose to look like, imagine doing that while at the same time opening an English Dictionary and try to figuring out the meaning of certain word

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