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Andrew Loh
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Hi,

Which card magic book do you guys consider the most difficult after many years of exploring, reading and practising the effects in a particular book?

Thanks!

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On 2004-12-29 08:56, Andrew Loh wrote:
Hi,

Which card magic book do you guys consider the most difficult after many years of exploring, reading and practising the effects in a particular book?

Thanks!

Best,
Andrew Loh

Andrew,
Just curious, why would you want to know this ?
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On 2004-12-29 08:56, Andrew Loh wrote:
Hi,

Which card magic book do you guys consider the most difficult after many years of exploring, reading and practising the effects in a particular book?

Thanks!

Best,
Andrew Loh

Andrew,
Just curious, why would you want to know this ?
Rennie


Perhaps hes looking for a technical challenge?
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Stewart James, The First Fifty Years.

It is really hard to read. Cos it's too big!!

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Hi folks,

To tell you the truth, firstly I would like to find out from my magic friends here is because I would like to explore magic book, secondly, I would like some magic books that are challenging.

But, I don't know you guys how you look at it from this angle, I think books that are challenging is worth of my time to research and extract some wonderful ideas from particular book.

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I agree Andrew as I have too been in search. Guy Hollingworth's book Drawing Room Deceptionsd is a good one. The material is understandable to read but I believe the ultimate challenge is to make it look as clean and smoothe as it is supposed to be. Also, Chris kenners new book is a challenge.
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Hi folks,

I have been in this forum in few months, yes, there are numerous magicians here claimed that Guy Hollingworth's Drawing Room Deceptions is EXCELLENT.

This book has been keeping me busy researching and practising, overall, this book is a must for every card magician.

Very good in reference, the author shared some of his thoughts and experience in his effects.

This kind of book is the one that catch my attention the most. Smile

Thanks!

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Earnest Earrick - By Forces Unseen this book is really hardcore,i have this for 2 years now but I know only 1 control innit and claptrap, all others are so hard and
Guy Hollingworth's book Drawing Room Deceptionsd this one is real hard.
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Hi Hypnotic Queen,

Yes! I have By forces unseen book and I just learned and practised the 3 effects in his book, Claptrap, Jack Synapses and House Guest.

I think Jack Synapses is easier compare to the other 2.

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Another vote for Earnest Earrick's By Forces Unseen
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You want a challenge: How about mastering EVERYTHING in Erdnase (flawlessly)!!!

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With out a doubt Drawroom deceptions I have been reading it for four years and I still can do anything from other than Vodoo.
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Hollingworth,how the hell do you get it right?
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