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I enjoyed Roberto Giobbi's, really really good for beginners too.
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I really enjoyed Peter Samelson's lecture.
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... when Peter Samuelson got someone’s mother out of the audience who was CLEARLY not a magician or interested in it other than being there to support her son and got her up to assist in a trick then that’s fine. But having her then sit next to him at the table for a marathon THREE HOUR LECTURE when she was clearly totally uncomfortable is one of the most clueless things I’ve ever seen at a magic lecture.
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Pop Haydn's Live Lecture is the Cool Box sale at Penguin today for $15.00. Grab it.
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Echoing the recommendations for David Williamson's lecture. If you're reading this thread and you haven't seen it, just buy it, he is amazing and it will elevate your magic. I also loved Dani DaOrtiz lectures, although I haven't seen his act lecture yet.
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I learned to faro shuffle a number of years ago and wondered the other night why I never got Paul Gertner's "Unshuffled". Currently, all that seems available is the Kicker (which also teaches you 'Unshuffled,' so I believe), which I didn't really want. So decided to spend $6 less and get Paul's Penguin Live Lecture. Overall, the lecture wasn't high on my list (just due to personal preferences, YMMV), but "Unshuffled" is (to me) fantastic, and Paul gives a lot of great advice on the business end of magic (dealing & maintaining relationships with clients, etc...).
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The Lonnie Chevrie lecture was superb. The effects are stunning yet fairly simple to perform, wide ranging and well taught. It is clear he is a long time working pro and he generously passed on his repertoire.
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I really enjoyed Ryan Schlutz's lecture. All very approachable routines, in fact I used 2 of them for a show last year, and there are more I want to try out.
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What is better brown shoes or boots? (Just a German saying.)
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Any favorites from the last couple of years? I haven’t had my subscription for a bit and would like to hear of any recent standouts.
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If you like hard-hitting, and entertaining magic with cards, then you could do worse:

$20 if you buy it from me.

Considered by many to be one of their favorite penguin videos!
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