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epoptika
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A small correction, if I may; Introduction to Coin Magic was authored by Shigeo Futagawa.
Shigeo Takagi's magic, including his coin magic, is presented in Richard Kaufman's work - The Amazing Miracles of Shigeo Takagi.
And I agree with Mb217, Bill Tarr's book(s) is wonderful.
GlennLawrence
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Oops, you're right! My mistake getting the Shigeos mixed up...
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Perhaps one of the most practical books on offbeat and miraculous coin magic ( I AM DREAMING) WOULD BE:
M.B.'s Coin Miracles and Sleights for the 21st Century. The drawings would be by Richard Kaufmann (in a perfect world).

I am dreaming. I think M.B.'s contributions to coin magic have been undervalued somewhat. We know this is great coin magic, but it may not be in the highest channels of promotion. But think about it, when you keep being stunned and fooled by him, it should be a sign that he is doing things right. His moves tend to be fairly angle free, which is highly unusual for miraculous coin magic. Modern day coin miracles.
Wravyn
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On Jun 27, 2019, countrymaven wrote:
Perhaps one of the most practical books on offbeat and miraculous coin magic ( I AM DREAMING) WOULD BE:
M.B.'s Coin Miracles and Sleights for the 21st Century. The drawings would be by Richard Kaufmann (in a perfect world).

I am dreaming. I think M.B.'s contributions to coin magic have been undervalued somewhat. We know this is great coin magic, but it may not be in the highest channels of promotion. But think about it, when you keep being stunned and fooled by him, it should be a sign that he is doing things right. His moves tend to be fairly angle free, which is highly unusual for miraculous coin magic. Modern day coin miracles.

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J-Mac
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"Al Schneider on Coins" is a great primer on coin magic. Another great read is "The Pocketbook" by Curtis Kam.

Thanks!

Jim
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