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Topic: Building a card act for the first time For restaurant and parties
Message: Posted by: bluemagic (Oct 11, 2005 07:46PM)
I have ideas on the card tricks, but how do I put it together.What do you think of packet trick to fill in durning as a being or not.for kid also
Message: Posted by: Dr. TORA (Oct 12, 2005 01:42AM)
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Message: Posted by: PennyMagic4U (Oct 13, 2005 09:55AM)
Bluemagic - a variety is always best - mix and match. Try a rope trick or 2. Use Jumbo cards - almost any card trick can be done with Jumbo cards. Good Luck
JCPENNY
Simply Magic
Message: Posted by: bluemagic (Oct 14, 2005 01:50AM)
Right now, I want to learn a card routine at first then I can show it to my family and friends.Then I want to learn a rope trick and then ring on a string. Right now, I have 3 card trick that may work will together.The opener from Dan Fleshman and his daly last trick.Then something from Gregory Wilson tape; double take a beginer trick but I improve on it.I'm thinking about ending the routine with card to wallet.Thank you for any help
Message: Posted by: clamon86 (Oct 20, 2005 06:39PM)
For good card routines get the Michael Ammar ETMCM dvd set. There is some great material on them. There are many many reviews of good books and dvds on the Café.
Message: Posted by: clamon86 (Oct 20, 2005 06:40PM)
For good card routines get the Michael Ammar ETMCM dvd set. There is some great material on them. There are many many reviews of good books and dvds on the Café.
Message: Posted by: sjdavison (Oct 21, 2005 06:27AM)
Welcome!

Please also don't overlook the Royal Road to Card Magic - a complete foundation on Card Magic.

Enjoy!

Simon