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tropicalpenguin
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I need new material. I have a small audience, but it's still a "following" (if only you knew how new a concept this is to me). Anyway, I need something for less then a buck. I specialize in card magic and minor close up illusions. And I prefer non-gimmicked. Any ideas. I heard Kundalini rising's pretty good, but I don't know where I can get it or the cost.
thanks for your help
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lawrenceng
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The magicwarehouse has Kundalini raising, going for 8 bucks http://themagicwarehouse.com/cards7.html#lp2552
Hope that helps.
thanks y'all
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Russ
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You can't buy much for a dollar.
Have you checked your local library?

Our library has a good selection of beginner books, including "The Magic Book" by Harry Lorayne. And it's free.

Russ
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Books and vids are good if you're on a budget (like me), I think in my whole magic life, I'v only bought 1 or 2 tricks that I didn't get from a book or vid.. It's a great way to learn
Rcitgo
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Kuldini Rising uses a gimmick so if you prefer non-gimmick stuff, try a book with card tricks in it. Smile
Magicboy41772
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I agree with Rcitgo, don't buy gimmicks, buy a good book.
rvigon
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Bying a good book for a buck is near impossible, you couldn't buy a pack of cards for that, so may-be some photocopys from your library is more close to a buck
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CardSharp
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Search the web! You would be amazed how many goof balls are out there who are willing to give away more than 20 bucks worth of tricks for free on-line. You can even find Kuldini Rising online. I can't tell you the web-site addresses because that would be just as bad as revealing the method of the trick myself.
M. Perk
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May I suggest some rubberband magic?
You can do some killer effects with them.
Dark
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try

Ultimate Magic Library
http://www.ultimatemagic.com/library/

or

thelearnedpig.pa.com (i think)

they both require a test to get in, but they have tons of tricks that are user contributed or books that have expired copy rights, thus public property.

both are free, hope you enjoy.
tropicalpenguin
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Thanks. One of my favorite sites for this kind of stuff is ps.superb.com/cardtric It has some really great free card tricks. The hard trick index has a test, but it's simple.
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