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Do-It-Yourself Book

reviewed by Christian Mach (confirmed purchase)
Rating: ★★★★ (Date Added: Wednesday 01 June, 2022)

Do-It-Yourself BookMany tricks with accessories. The manufacture of all the accessories is explained but is sometimes difficult to understand because there are not enough illustrations. You will find some good ideas and advice.


Keeping Control

reviewed by Christian Mach (confirmed purchase)
Rating: ★★★★★ (Date Added: Tuesday 11 January, 2022)

Keeping ControlI'm a serious amateur intermediate magician. I already did some shows and close-up. From my experience, I must say that all that Mark Leveridge wrote, is true. He thought about all the details and gives practical advice. I recommend this booklet at least to all the hobbyist magicians, but I think it can also be useful to some professional magicians. I think that even you are a hobbyist, you must put on your magic as a professional, and for that, this booklet will help you. I'm sure of that.


MORE: Multiple Outs Reimagined

reviewed by Christian Mach (confirmed purchase)
Rating: ★★★★★ (Date Added: Friday 03 December, 2021)

MORE: Multiple Outs ReimaginedNot a new idea (or perhaps new with blank business cards). The suggested applications are too mathematical and not very interesting for me.


Camouflage

reviewed by Christian Mach
Rating: ★★★★ (Date Added: Wednesday 17 October, 2018)

CamouflageI did not know the specific thing that you have in a deck of cards such the Bicycle cards. I'm very pleased that Gerard Zitta reveals this secret, because it is an interesting thing that you can use in some of your own routines. But I thing the price of this booklet is a little too high.


Pirate Torture Illusion

reviewed by Christian Mach (confirmed purchase)
Rating: ★★★★ (Date Added: Thursday 08 December, 2016)

Pirate Torture IllusionPros : Several presentation ideas, well expounded. The improved method used. Cons : I had to read several times the explanations to understand the instructions, because the figures are not drawn neatly, and there is an action not very clear. I hope there will be another version of this booklet with more precise figures, with different colors for the rope 1, the rope 2, the board, the spectator. It would be also good to put a picture of the action of the performer when he does his action with his right fingers between the loops and to explain with which part of the script this action is associated and justified. But, in spite of these comments, I recommend this booklet. New version to come?

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