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Devin Knight
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Card College is great, but I still feel you need the Marlo books. Especially the cheaper ones issued by Magic, INC. Books on his card changes, side steals are a must to become a decent cardian.

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On 2002-12-02 03:44, Dave Egleston wrote:
I'm not a video guy normally - I do own way too many - but I have to agree with Mr. Burt, his video courses are the best TEACHING videos available. There are enough Ammar clones in circulation. Brad Burt videos are all about the teaching (wish he would write some books), very verbose/descriptive, but the sleights are shown about a zillion times and he does it each time, not a replay of one sleight over and over but a sleight performed over and over.
By the way - I'm getting a new computer that will transfer VHS into DVD format. What is the thought on this as far as the producers of videos are concerned?



I don't think there is any legal issue here as long as the DVDs are for your personal use.

I recently spoke with Mr. Burt and found out he is currently in the process of converting all of his videos to DVD! Great news for Burt fans!
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Freak:

Ed Marlo's "The Cardician" is a good way to start on the path to quality card magic. You can do no better than Ed Marlo, and "The Cardician" is a great entry point.


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So, you recommend the Video/DVD set from the Great Ed Marlo, the Legend and the Cardician, am I correct?
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