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Blainer
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Crewkerne, Somerset, England
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Hi, I wanted to ask everyone do they know of any good magic web sites? If so please could you leave the address on this topic?
Thanks Smile
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dpe666
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That would depend on the area of magic you wish to learn about. Smile
trickiewillie
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http://www.allmagic.com is a good place to start. Also http://www.magicweek.co.uk Between them, and the sites they link to, that should keep you busy for several months.
da5id
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http://www.sleightgeek.com

Main feature here is that members can attach video files to their forum posts but there is lots of other stuff going on as well. For example, established members (50+ posts) get access to the Tuturials and Learning forum where members have uploaded tutorials on how to do original effects they have come up as well as standard sleights,etc.
Ricahato
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I recommend the magic Café that's the best one around, but you may already know that , I usually visit http://www.themagicradioshow.com and of course McBridesmagic.com magicbeard.com Smile
MichalMystic
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http://www.mysticmagic.net has a great video learning section! Im Kinda biased but oh well!


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Crossroads Mystic
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...from whose bourne,

no traveler returns...

Formerly Mr.Skin

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MarkFarrar
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Might as well plug my own website if you're interested in Magic Squares!
Mark S. Farrar

Email: [email]MarkFarrar@TheMagicCircle.co.uk[/email]
Web: www.MagicSquaresBook.com, www.RandMPublishing.com, www.TheDailyGoalMachine.com, www.ParvoBuster.com
Aperazor
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Smile
I originally was searching for magic sites everywhere before finding one of the very best right here at The Café.

But I did run across inactive links for the Learnedpig and finally came across the application page....

I thought it was some kind of fly by night place by how many dead links I ran across so I just halfFast filled out the app and sent it in not really caring one way or another.
Now I'm kicking myself for not taking my time considering how many posts I have seen since about what a nice site it is and how hard it is to get in....

These sites provided are all great as well and I will be visiting from time to time.
Thanks to all for your hard work and effort.
Happy New Year
Nick Zender
Rob Johnston
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Coinvanish.com is great. That site has been mentioned a lot here at the Café.
"Genius is another word for magic, and the whole point of magic is that it is inexplicable." - Margot Fonteyn
TomBoleware
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It’s no Café but, this little place is new and geared toward the birthday party and family type entertainer, but has great potential.

http://tomboleware.ipbhost.com

Thanks,
Tom
"Entrepreneurs are willing to work 80 hours a week to avoid working 40 hours a week"--Lori Greiner

www.tomboleware.com
dummy26
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There is always the Linking Page. Established in 1994, it is the oldest magic index & news site online.
cybercardmagic
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When you are looking for books and table of contents here three nice websites I can recommentd

1. http://www.obsolite.com/magic/index.php

2. http://magicref.tripod.com/books.htm

3. http://allmagic.com/spin/spindex.html

cybercardmagic
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