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John Neely
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Has anyone registered on jonracherbaumer.com? If so what do you think? Would you recommend it?
jcards01
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I have been a memeber for many years. There is a wealth of knowledge available as well as ebooks. Special Marlo stuff that is getting harder to find.

The updates are as frequent as when he started but I know how busy one can get. If you are new to the site there is plenty to keep you busy for quite a while.
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http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......&forum=2

Most card guys like his work. Worth the fee for sure. Some feel that it is not worth the fee since there isn't frequent updates but there is more than enough material to make the price worthwhile.
Mike Powers
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Highest recommendation. You'll get 10 times your premium membership fee on day one. The premium membership is needed to get full access to the ebooks etc.

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Magiguy
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I'll add my recommendation, as well, and advise you to get the premium membership.
SirSleight
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I'm interested in rare Ed Marlo's stuff especially his poker routines - does the Premium Membership section contain valuable items of this caregory?

Cheers,
SirSleight
Mike Powers
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I'm not sure what's "rare" here?? Here's some of the stuff you can download with premium membership. This list is ebooks, manuscripts and moves. There are also Freebies, tricks, essays etc too numerous to mention. More is being added all the time. You could pick 6 items from this list and have more than your $50 worth right there.

eBook: Hofzinser’s Lost Ace-Problem Download

eBook: The Definitive Slip Cut Download

eBook: 21-Card Trick Download

eBook: The Legendary Kabbala Download

eBook: Synergistic Sandwiches 2.0 Download

eBook: Compleat K.M. Move 2.0 Download

eBook: Hierophant Download

eBook: Universal Card 2.0 Download

eBook: Patented Shuffle Download

eBook: Arch Triumphs 2.0 Download

eBook: Back to the Future Download

eBook: Card Cunning Download

eBook: Clockwork Download

eBook: Foursome Download

eBook: Further Flight Download

eBook: Good Turns Download

eBook: Unlimited Download


Manuscript: Discourse on a Move Download

Manuscript: Redoubling the Double Cut Download

Manuscript: Dust Motes Download

Manuscript: Who was Gombert? Download

Manuscript: Ladies on the Loose Download

Manuscript: Dreamwork Master Book Download

Manuscript: Hyper Twist Download

Manuscript: Facsimile 4 Download

Manuscript: Grifty Business Download

Manuscript: Hat Drop Lecture Download

Manuscript: Riffle Shuffle Systems Download

Manuscript: Think Ace Download

Manuscript: Psi Tri Lecture Download

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Sandwich Drop-Sleight (Sept 2006)

Kick-Back Switch (Mar 2006)

Deck Flip (Mar 2006)

Wrist Turn Change Plus (Jun 2005)

Immediate Bottom Deal (Jun 2005)

Jog-Podge Control (Jan 2005)

For The Unambitious (Dec 2004)

Slip-less Clip Force (Dec 2004)

Rub-A-Dub Deluxe (Oct 2004)

Haymowie-Wowie Force (Oct 2004)

Wink Change (Oct 2004)

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Oops False Cut (Feb 2004)

Mexican Flipover (Jan 2004)

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Finessed Collectors Count (Dec 2003)

Bilis Switch (Nov 2003)

In-A-Jiffy Duplex Double (Nov 2003)

Malone Change (Oct 2003)

Preparing To Twist (Sept 2003)

Break-less Mechanical Reverse Finesse (Sept 2003)

Greased Bottom Deal (Aug 2003)

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Mahatma Control (Dec 2002)

Adding To Vernon (Nov 2002)

Illogical Spread Switch (Nov 2002)

Burn-Surviving Switchout (Oct 2002)

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SirSleight
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Thanks Mike,

that's what I wanted to know (and was looking for)! Signing up NOW... Smile
John Neely
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Thanks for your help guys! That gives me a very good idea what the site has to offer. And it has to offer a lot! Wow!!! I've recently spent well over $50 just on the printed copy of the Kabbala alone. I'm definitely signing up! Smile

BTW does the site have the original issues of the Kabbala or the recent book which organizes the information topically. I would like to see the original and the rewrite seems to have lots of typographical and layout errors which I'm hoping the original doesn't have. Either way there is an amazing wealth of information in that one item alone!
Review King
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Outside of the body of work, Jon Racherbaumer is one of the great guys in Magic.
"Of all words of tongue and pen,
the saddest are, "It might have been"

..........John Greenleaf Whittier
Mike Powers
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Hi Christopher,

You are so right about Jon. I've had a chance to talk to Jon on a number of occasions. The most recent was about a week ago in New Orleans when I lectured there. Whatever the topic of conversation, you will enjoy Jon's company and insights. He is truly a "Renaissance Man."

Mike
John Neely
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I noticed under the sign up page on jonracherbaumer.com that premium members get two free ebooks a year. Does the premium members allow you to download all the ebooks in Mike's list above or is this only a list of books from which you can select your two free ebooks from?
Magiguy
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You get all the books.
Bill Hallahan
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Using the Magic Café search engine, I found two nearly identical topics, one from just a few months ago, and one similar topic.

And, Jon Racherbaumer's site is more than worth it. It's a great resource.

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