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LeConte
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The best DVD's this year that I have seen in no particular order:
Flicking Fingers
Tommy Wonder
Regal's new set
Osterlind's

I have not seen the Carney DVD's yet, but I would expect them to be really well done.
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The best was definitely Richard Osterlind's Mind Mysteries Vol 1
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For me
1. All 4 of Osterlinds dvds
2.Bill Malone "On the Loose"
3. Born To Perform (even though Im not new to card magic, it helped with polishing off my moves)
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BEST: De'vo's Cradle to Grave! Just mindblowing. The teaching, the moves, the music, the effects. It all left me numb and wanting to watch it over and over again.

WORST: Lee Asher's Hit the Road DVD. I didn't like the effects, the teaching, or the quality of the film. The boring talking all the time and the menu selection quirks were horrible.

Brian Tudor's Gen-X is a close second on the Worst. The teaching was enough to make me hurl. Smile

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Best: Scams and Fantasies with Cards or Revolutionary Card Technique (not DVD's but oh well)

Worst: School of Hard Knocks DVD ( I got suckered into buying that from good marketing ploys!)
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I know this will sound strange, but in the category of "best single trick DVD", I have to give the nod to Color Fusion. Very well done and detailed. The trick is probably one of the most stunning tricks I have ever seen. No one will ever take the time to make up the necessary things to make it work, but it is still super cool and for those will spare time, is a quality investment.
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Hardknocks is pretty bad as other posts have outlined earlier in the year v disappointed with this. The only thing that took a hard knock is my wallet.
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I just GOTTA get Color Fusion!!!!! With my "folded card" work...this is perfect!!

OHHhh...is it too late to let the wife know I want this too for Xmas?????

I asked this before on another thread...but where's the BEST place to get this??? Hank Lee?? Penguin?? Hocus Pocus??? ?????????
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I got it at Hocus because they had the best price.
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I was fortunate to finally see Osterlind's DVDs (vol.1 and vol. 4) and all I can say is WOW! Definitely right up there with my Tommy Wonder and Bill Malone DVDs.
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Best for me has to be David Regal's new DVD set. Good stuff.
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So far for me this year it has been Malone's "On the Loose" and Devo's "Cradle to Grave" as my favorites. Haven't really purchased anything else. Hopefully, I will be able to add to the list on Dec. 26! Smile
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The Best:

Bill Malone
David Regal
Richard Osterlind

The Worse:

Michael Ammar - Business Card Magic - Pretty poor magic and pretty bad presentation. Very disappointing from Ammar. I hope his ETM Card Magic 7 - 9 is better.
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For me the BEST DVDS would have to be OSTERLIND's. I found myself gasping and thouroughly enjoying myself during the watching of the presentations.

Secondly, I would have to say that BILL Malone's DVDs had me laughing and jumping up and down. lol. The excitement caused by watching these was amazing.

I don't really have a worst DVD but if I think of one ILL let you know
martysh
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For the coin guys or the aspiring coin guys....
the world just opened up like no time before with
Curtis Kam's and Reed McClintock's couple of disks

I see coin magic elevated 100 fold as a result of their offerings,
I see guys practicing again and challenging their abilities...but lo it is close up work so their efforts will quietly take hold slowly in the months to come

Marty
LeConte
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Bill Malone's set "On The Loose", was released prior to 2003.

It's really the best of 2002.
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Suspended Dimension- worst
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Best for me - Osterlind's Mind Mysteries, John Guastaferro's Brainstorm.
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Best - Extreme Dean volume 1 Smile

Worst - Suspended Dimension Smile
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My best DVDs in 2003 (in no particular order):

o Tommy Wonder's
o David Regal's (new)
o Richard Osterlind's
o Bill Malone's

Just ordered Flicking Fingers but hasn't arrived yet.
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