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Jiceh
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My favorite : Tom Stone
tpratt38
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Ted Karmolovich was another favorite of this month
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Was revisiting some older lectures.

Doug Conn's lecture was very underrated, this was perfect for me as I'm seriously studying to get my butt into gear for busking. Delving into things such as,
"Lure with Spectacle" by the great Mr. Talksalot, "Tales from the Street" by Kozmo, "Business of Street Magic", "Building a Tip" by Don Driver, as well as Bro Paul material. I put in my order for the 3 DVD busking set so I'm really putting some study and practice into my set before going out.

The routines and ideas here are gold.

His coin flurry is sweet
A demo of his coin matrix that will make you want to buy his DVD or add a coin matrix to your set
His impromptu coins to cups, I have his DVD set so I have the better "one ahead" methods at hand, but the impromptu is even sweet.
His gig ready table that is cheap to put together.
Advise on how to make a cheap gig ready busking table

Good gems there, highly recommended to see how the coin flurry works and the psychology behind it.
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I've gotta say I enjoyed Murray's lecture. Good material, but also I like how he went more into the business side of things. So many people are narrowly focused on the tricks...they forget it's a business.
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Tom stone's lecture was amazing indeed

I also love John Guastaferro, David williamson and Roberto Giobbi's lecture

However, a true gems in my opinion, and I've never seen anyone mention before
was from Peter Eggink, I bought this lecture without knowing who he was, just purely based on the review given from penguin
and I have to say, is the best lecture I ever bought, not just material in this lecture , but more about his performing theory, thinking .etc
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