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Andrew Loh
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Hi,

Regarding "Enchantments" by Wesley James's book, what do you think about this book, folks?

Thanks and I am appreciate if someone can give some opinion of this book.

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Andrew Loh
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Jonathan P.
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Do a search, you'll find a lot on this one.
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It's an excellent book and should be in any cardman's library.

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It was the best book released this past year. Really outstanding with many great tips! The format is nice as well, as you get to see the evolution of each trick, with some tricks not in a finished state. The sleights taught are awesome. Great work on the pass! I would get this book today, right now.
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I have it and I love the book.
saturnin
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Be warned that it is not a book for beginners!!!

It is better if you are intermediate to advanced.

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Ronnie's right. His treatise on false deals (no, he didn't teach any) was something I enjoyed very much. This book is for those willing to put in the work.
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That's not really true Derrick, he does teach a few: his option second deal, his theory third and a middle deal. But the treatise is fascinating!!!!!

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Yves wrote:
"the treatise is fascinating!!!"

I did not expect anything less from Wesley James #1 fan!!!

Yves, did you see anyone else besides Wesley James at the Buffalo Get-Together?????
(just kidding!) Smile Smile

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Dang, Yves! I never had time to get through the book yet. Now I really gotta get it back from Richard.
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Saturnin,

I didn't notice there was other people at the Get-Together.Smile I had a lot of fun with Ernest Earick too. Does that make you feel left out ? Smile. Hope to see you soon.

Derrick, hey you should read your books before lending them to someone. Smile How is it going Derrick? and Grant?


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Andrew Loh
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Hi folks,

Is this book contained many illustrations?

Thanks!

Best Wishes,
Andrew Loh
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The book has plenty of illustrations.
And much to think about.
...to all the coins I've dropped here
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