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Bobcape
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I'll have to add to my earlier post. I bought Richard Osterlind's Mind Mysteries DVD's a little over a month ago. I'm not a mentalist, but I've gotten a tremendous amount of useable material out of them. Not just the effects but the tips and performance methods. Highly recommended.

Bob
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atrudo
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I love my Tommy Wonder DVD's for the incredible insight he gives into magic. In terms of the best useable material, I would have to say that the Bill Malone DVD's are my #1
JJP161
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Johnny Thompson's Commercial Classics of Magic 1-4 hands down. Lots of great straight forward, hard hitting magic. I love these, my absolute favorite DVD's.

Joe
koan
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Ammar's EMCM
Osterlind's Mind Mysteries
Max Maven Video Mind Series
Darwin Ortiz At The Card Talbe Series
if a dove appears in the woods and no one is around to see it... is it magic?
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Lennart Green Volume 1. However I'm soon recieving Ammar's Topit DvD, and I think that will (hopefully) surpass Lennart. My second vote goes out for Manuel Muerte's Done by Misdirection Smile so much valuable information , techniques, methods, presentation tip, and magic on there ! Smile
SGMagician
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Richard Osterlind's Mind Mysteries and Banachek's Psi Series
Richard Evans
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Dean Dill's 'Extreme Dean' is one of my current favorites along with David Regal and Doc Eason.
I have six locks on my door all in a row. When I go out, I only lock every other one. I figure no matter how long somebody stands there picking the locks, they are always locking three. Elayne Boosler
Alejandro Peterson
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Comercial Clasics (J. Thompson)
Mind Mysteries (Osterlind)
Brain Storm Card Magic (Guastaferro)
On the loose (Malone)
MentaThought
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"The Best of Syzygy" Volumes #1 - 3
"All Lee Earle - All the Time!"
"A good mentalist ... will teach you a miracle because he understands the subtleties ..." -- Banachek

"If this works it'll be BEAUTIFUL!" - The Amazing Kreskin on a stunning effect he performed on his 1970s television series (PS: it worked)
asper
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The first David Williamson video
Paul Harris's 3rd video that he did for Tannen's.
John Bannon's Impossibilia
JC Wagner's first A1 video
Tamariz's Stevens video
Shane Wiker
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I may have posted in this thread a long time ago, but I can't remember, so I'll just post again.

Paul Green's "In the Trenches." It's all real-world material, and you can tell that these are the routines that he uses every day.

Shane Wiker
Logan Five
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For me I guess it would be the Charming Cheat Series by Martin A. Nash.
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tpdmagic
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Flicking Fingers...LOL I sold it a couple of weeks ago and baught it again because I wanted it again.....LOL Its that good.IMO
ashah
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Greg Wilson's "On the Spot", if only for entertainment purposes.
Jaybs
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John G's Brainstorm Series. Practical and powerful material in these DVDs. I can't wait for him to release his new material. Hopefully it is sometime soon, however, I was told he will be releasing lecture notes in the near future. I can't wait!
RandyM
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My favorites - Johnny Thompson Commercial Classics Set, One the best series I've owned.

Vernon Revelations Set - The Professor really made me think over my entire routine. Just by tweaking a few things here and there Produced "Gasps". Talk about being rewarded.
Alejandro Peterson
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My favorites are Johnny Thompson Commercial Classics Set and Jonh Gustaferro Brain Storm Card Magic set.
bluefred
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Osrelind's mind mysteries!!
Mitchum
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Bill Malone's On the Lose and Ammar's ETMCM.
WR
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DARYL, Daryl and umm Daryl.
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