Posted: Oct 25, pm. For whom is this book intended? It is for beginners, of course—but by no means in total. So, yes, this book is certainly meant for beginners. However, it is also directed at those who are already proficient in the craft.
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EndersGame — August These three books on self-working card magic contain some fantastic tricks, and I consider them easily to be the very best books in this genre. The tricks covered are very strong and well routined.
This is the first of two books in the "Light" series. It's a collection of card tricks that require absolutely no sleight of hand. Instead they rely in clever structure, subtleties and routining. The 21 tricks have been compiled into complete routines, each lasting around ten minutes.
Roberto Giobbi's Card College Light: Professional Card Magic Without Sleight-of-Hand
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