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Ultimate Self Working Card Tricks Vol 1 - Big Blind Media - DVD

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The team has been working on a new project. Something that they have always wanted to complete and it's finally ready for release - The ULTIMATE self working card magic tricks DVD!

 

You probably already have some DVDs or magic books on the subject of self working tricks already. However, these tend to be full of terrible mathematical procedures and magic tricks so well known you could have found then on the back of a box of cereal! 

This DVD is COMPLETELY DIFFERENT.

 

You will learn eleven of the best card magic tricks ever invented.

 

Magic tricks that will simply freak out your audiences. The best part.. Every single magic trick taught to you HAPPENS to be self working. That's the secret. These magic tricks are easy enough for a beginner, but POWERFUL ENOUGH FOR A WORKING PROFESSIONAL MAGICIAN.

 

Even better,  most of this material is very little known. 

There are magic tricks you can perform when a mate gives you half a dog-eared deck… and there are magic tricks that you can do for a large group that will blow their minds.

 

A team of some of the very best magicians have contributed material.

 

Presented by James Went (host of CBBC's 'Help, My Supply Teacher Is Magic'), Liam Montier, Iain Moran and Owen Packard, the DVD is full of tips & ideas on how to present these tricks. You also get a special bonus section featuring a range of false cuts if you want to develop your magic technique further. (You don't have to use these. These magic tricks are all 110% sleight of hand free!).

 

You will be able to perform:

 

Contact Colors (Aldo Colombini)
Impossible (Mike Austin)
Shuffling Lesson (Chad Long)
Henry Sugar (Liam Montier)
Pre-Prefiguration (Larry Jennings / Mark Elsdon)
Your Aces Are Marked (Terry Lagerould)
Shufflebored (Simon Aronson)
The 7/16 Club (Alex Elmsley)
Impossible (Larry Jennings)
4,5,6 (Al Thatcher)
Unbelievable (By Shields, F. Michael And Bascom Jones, Jr)

 

Ultimate Self Working Card Tricks is an essential collection for anyone wanting to add some strong useable card magic to their magic.

 

NO SKILL!!

NO MOVES

NO DIFFICULT SLEIGHT OF HAND

NOTHING.

 

 Just you, your own deck of playing cards and some of the most stunning magic ever taught.
 
 With material from the likes of Simon Aronson, Chad Long, Aldo Colombini and Alex Elmsleyyou get a total insight into some of the most respected magical thinkers alive today.

 
 

Received mine last week and got to say this is first class. There is no filler material and every effect could (and should) be used commercially. The production values, performances and explanations are to the usual high standards. Well done to all involved! - Ian B

 

I watched this last night, it's really excellent. If you want to fool other magicians there are some real crackers on here, but the great news is there are also tricks that you could go and do at a gig, or if handed a pack and asked show me a trick. Very very good material, well produced. - Christopher Congreaves

 

'I've never gone to the effort of writing a review for products I've bought here before, but this one is just epic, it's outstanding. I don't have the vocabulary to do this DVD justice. Brill-iantly put together disc of card effects that are so easy and genuinely self working a novice can do them, but they deliver a really professional finish with massive impact. Great for working around tables at an event, at parties, or impressing your friends. There are a couple in here that you can use to target those friends who always think they can guess how to do it! - O. Jenkins

 

'I bought from you and  have found the DVD  Ultimate Self Working Card Tricks very useful. Initially I wished that there was a booklet to accompany it, but I have found watching the DVD and pausing it and  making my own notes a better way of learning the trick and performing it. These are good tricks that haven't been widely published  elsewhere and give me confidence to start on the road of performing card magic and my audience will probably not know the trick.' - R Lawson