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On Nov 19, 2019, The Unmasked Magician wrote:
It means he’s the real Slim Shady.


Great name for a new p**k wallet. The Slim Shady.
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Oh YES!!!
Please check regularly if you are becoming the type of magician Jerry Seinfeld jokes about. (This applies to mentalists as well.)
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I've enjoyed the Conscious Magic DVDs from Andrew Gerard and Ran Pink.
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What a great thread!
I see that there is a lot of material I need to catch up on.
Thanks to everyone who mentioned Switchcraft together with all the other great stuff. It put a smile on my face.
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On Jan 18, 2019, clairvoyant wrote:
Invisible Readings by Enrique Enriquez and Mind Reading by Kenton Knepper


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Some terrific material in this discussion! My most satisfying purchases? Tough to narrow it down, but here's a short list of my most satisfying purchases in the last couple of years:

-Institutes of a Coin Magic Fan by Jeremiah Zuo and his penguin lecture. The Drop is my favorite move in coin magic now. You can't beat that retention.
-Exact Change by Greg Wilson, my go to EDC mentalism bit, always hits hard.
-Imagination Coins by Garrett Thomas, my favorite coin magic in their hands.
-Double Cross by Mark Southworth, mostly for how fun it is to perform.
-Prism by Max Maven, for the wealth of knowledge.
-Marc Paul's Alakazam Academy Course, taught me to love billets.
-Switchcraft by Elliott Bresler, for the ultimate bang for buck value of mentalism and billet work.
-The Artful Mentalism of Bob Cassidy Vol 2, for the wealth of knowledge again, and his Name and Place Routine.
-Architect of the Mind by Drew Backenstoss! Outstanding book overall, insane value for the gems inside. His Penguin Act too! It was a genuinely entertaining show with so many great tips for performance.
-Wonder Words by Kenton Knepper, for an excellent audiobook on the finer points of magical speaking.
-And my most recent satisfying purchase: Realist, my new favorite forcing tool to have ready anytime.


One day I hope to be able to get my hands on hard copies of Derren Brown's books. I think those would bring me a great deal of satisfaction; the search continues!
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On Jun 5, 2019, Jed Maxwell wrote:
Hugo Shelley's Sixth Sense 3 with a magnetic coin, an expanded shell and a hooked coin to create a reverse of Docc Hilford's Confidence Man first act. Gets great rapport. It goes from a "Ooh, look what *I* did." to a "Ooh, look what *WE* did.".
Menny Lindenfeld's OX Bender with Luke Jermay's Faith Healer to create a souvenir with meaning.
Olivier Boes's 10S Star Sign Divination. You can use it for more than star sign divinations and it is worth much more than its small price.
A thumb tip plus a Sharpie nib ala Joshua Quinn's ParaLies for NW routines.
A pocket notepad, repositional tape, black carbon paper and The Informer for IP/billet routines.



Thanks for mentionning my 10S Star Sign Divination 🙏🏻 So glad you liked it!
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My Moat satisfying purchases are;-


1. Richard Osterlind - Easy to Master Mental Miracles.
2.Peter Turner - Astronomical
3. Timon Krause - Which Hand ( Combining this with Chris funk one dollar mystery )
4.Will Jones, Geraint Clarke & Lloyd Barnes - Cypher ( This is Just amazing )
5.Blind Fold tips by John Archer
6. Bob Cassidy - Penguin Lecture
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A pen and some index cards.
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In no particular order mine would be

Jinxed 2 peter turner
repetoire asi wind
richard osterlind mind mysteries
banachek penguin live
inject greg rostami
rapture by fraser parker and ross tayler
dangelo touch
stevie c
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Vision by Sean Goodman. Great peek method.

Brainplay booklet by Barry Fazackerly. Brilliant utility method which allows really enjoyable jazz mentalism.

Alchemist book test by Kaleb Wade. Absolutely superb!!!!

Cheers

Steve
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Lotto Fever JaimeSalazar
Think Pink - Ran
At the table -Pete Turner
A piece of my mind-Michael Murray
Prism- Max Maven
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