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Ryan… It sounds like you had a blast in Vegas, what shows did you like the most? My favorites were Mac King and Penn & Teller. I never did care too much for the Siegfried & Roy show and Lance Burton’s show was OK.

How did you do at the tables?

Bruce
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I bought some Colombini dvds from his website shortly after Christmas.
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Ordered a while back and received the Paper Engine just an hour back. Giving it a read currently.
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Paul Harris' True Astonishment... I haven't left the house since it arrived lol
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Bruce,

I had a awesome time in vegas. All the shows were excellent. Really hard to pick a favorite because I loved them all.....although my girlfriend says it's a 3 way tie between Copperfield, Burton, and mac king. I didn't do much gambling this time. We visited hoover dam, denny & lee's magic studio, and drove by siegfried and roy's jungle palace. This is my 5th time visiting vegas and it was my girlfriends first time. She had a blast and is ready to go again. I would love to attend magic live coming up in a few months but I doubt I we will both be able to get off work.

Ryan
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Paul Wilson's RRTCM DVD Set. Only started out a few months ago, and this is proving to be very worthwhile while I study the text.
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Ryan… I am glad to hear that you and your girlfriend had an awesome time. When my wife and I were there last, Mac King was the one we enjoyed the most, however I have always enjoyed the Penn and Teller show.

I too visited Denny & Lee’s and was impressed with all the magic books that were there.

Bruce
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Man. I'm STILL waiting for my present (the Modifier)to arrive.
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I got a ghostly hank for myself from Fabricmanipulation, and a Scotch and Soda .
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Aaron Fisher's Paper Engine.
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Dean Dill's Production Pad
1st edt. Close Up Magic by Walter Gibson
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A roll of uncirculated half-dollars from my birth year
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Aaahhh !!! The way we indulge ourselves.

I bought myself the DVD-set of Card College, straight from the great Roberto himself. Lovely, lovely present.

Though, (truth be told) the most beautiful (and perhaps also the most magical present) was a kitchen apron with in bold letters the caption "Opa Rik" (grandpa Rik). Just about melted my heart...

Ciao for now

Erik
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My Christmas Present came today. The Modifier is extremely well made! I can't wait to put this into play. Also, Santa (Tony Miller) was extremely gracious and threw in a bonus). Thanks Tony!
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A somewhat late Christmas present arrived today... My goodness. A literature FEAST.

21st Century Card Magic, James Swain
Close-up Illusions, Gary Ouellet
Las Vegas Kardma, Ackerman
Relaxed Impossibilities, Stephen Minch and Ken Krenzel
Card Classics , Ken Krenzel

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* Malone meets Marlo (6 vol. dvd set)
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Chris Capeheart's DVD on the Miser's Dream. Highly recommended.
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