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Tavern Magic 2

by Michael Wild
$9.50

(2 reviews, 3 customer ratings) ★★★★★

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Tavern Magic 2 by Michael Wild

Tavern Magic 1 was so well received that Michael Wild decided to follow it with a second volume which has even better routines. To use his own words "it's larger, has more photos, and contains some pretty damn good material (if I do say so myself)". Yes, it has almost double the amount of photos - and I thought volume one was already chock full of photos - and it teaches indeed amazing miracles using the Sun & Moon gaff coin set. For reviews and comments about Michael's innovative work see Tavern Magic 1.

Michael about the Sun & Moon gaff: "I have always been fascinated by the Sun & Moon coin set because of it's diabolically deceptive nature, ease of use, and because it facilitates some of the cleanest and most visual vanishes and transpositions I've ever seen. In the hands of Al Goshman, it was a thing of true beauty to behold."

1st edition, 2004.

  1. Acknowledgements & Credits
  2. Total Eclipse
  3. Quantum Mechanics
  4. Premonition V
  5. Equinox

word count: 31261 which is equivalent to 125 standard pages of text

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Reviewed by Steve Dusheck
★★★★★   Date Added: Friday 16 September, 2005

I finally got a chance to read your new book. You have discovered your unique talents and methods of creativity. You ARE NOT the typical magic clone. I think it's worth much more than you will ever charge for it.

Reviewed by Bill Palmer
★★★★★   Date Added: Friday 16 September, 2005

Bar Magician by Mike Wild and Todd Diamond represents the collective wisdom of two fellows who have spent a lot of time working in the bar environment. It is chock full of excellent material that is tailor-made to entertain the customers and get you plenty of tips. Nothing is left out. They tell you how to handle the obnoxious drunk, and how far to go with the customers. Not only that, they tell you when to do the magic. All of these are important. Some of the material is bluer than I work, but all of it is practical, and I can't fault them for having material that fits their performing styles and their venue. If you want to work as a bar magician, this is the book to get.
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