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Mr. Woolery
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I want to put in a plug for Al Schneider. His DVD has some techniques I've not seen elsewhere and several routines that show structure for different situations. It is not encyclopedic like the Ammar and Ray sets, rather it is a set of routines. Very thought provoking.

Patrick
ROBERT BLAKE
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On other consideration. 2 or 3 cup routine?
For close up I like 2 cups for the street 4 cups.
Doc Svengali
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In addition to the resources already mentioned, I found it highly valuable to study the routines on the World's Greatest Magic: Cups and Balls Volumes 1 through 3. From a teaching standpoint, the sections I found most helpful were: volume 1 Frank Garcia, volume 2 Johnny Thompson and Mark Desouza, volume 3 Al Schneider. There is a lot of helpful input, especially regarding false transfers, and in particular, visual retention vanishes.
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