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JT Kordesich
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Which of these "self-working" magic books shoud I buy?
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What magic interests you?
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Also, how far along are you with your magic? Are you just starting out? Or been doing it for a while.
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I've been doing magic for about 2 and 1/2 years seriously, I wasnt sure which book I was looking for, but it was Self Working Table Magic...thanks for your help though
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All of them
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You mean all the ones listed in the front cover of Modern Coin Magic? and how much are they a piece?
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I have table magic, but I use it less than some of the other "self working" books.
It depends on your interests. You should be able to get any of the "SW" books for under ten dollars, come around seven american.

Table magic has some bar bet stuff. I found the psychic motor and Borgias cup bits a good introduction.

If you like cards, I found the Fulves SW books to be great!
Cheers - El Lamo
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Ok thanks el lamo
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I would suggest anything from Karl Fulves is a good investment. There are a lot of different books available from him and you will just need to figure out where your interests lie. I probably have about 6 or 7 of his books and refer back to them from time to time. For the price, it's a bargain! Smile
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Remember: "Self-working" does NOT mean "self-performing."

You are still going to have to bring your own presentation to the effect to make it "fly".
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