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I have to agree with evolve629. I would rather learn magic from Jay Sankey than Gregory Wilson.

I like many of Gregory Wilson's effects but he does not always explain the sleights used and skips over the details needed for the effect. In my opinion, Wilson does not always explain the trick good enough for you to learn it.

Jay Sankey on the other hand is a great teacher. Whenever Sankey teaches you an effect he explains the trick in detail and give you the working knowledge of the sleights needed plus the psychology of the routine.

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Cfrancis, I have to disagree with you about Jay Sankey's magic not being very practical or convincing. Practical and convincing magic tricks has more to do with presentation than the types of effects.

Jay Sankey's effects are simple, visual, and easy to perform. That makes for great magic. Audiences love Sankey's tricks.

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