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Magic is Not a Career - Weekly Recap

Posted on October 4, 2013 by Chris Ballinger There have been 3 comment(s)

Well today's Weekly Recap is primarily about Halloween. But it seems to take a little turn when I get asked about my parents' reaction to my plan of being a professional magician.

Congratulations going out to Cam Bissel, winner of the extremely limited edition White Nautical Deck. Hope you enjoy it and I also hope you enjoy the Nautical Deck that you ordered to get into the running for that. I think those decks are pretty sweet.

Also, don't forget that this is your last week to order Anttack II on pre-sale and get a signed numbered first-run copy. The signed first-run copies are only for those that pre-order Anttack II from Magic Geek.

We also mentioned a couple of other spooky tricks that get great reactions this time of year. The Web by Jim Pace and My Pet Boris by Ian Pidgeon are among our top favorites.

Don't forget to use the coupon code mentioned in the Weekly Recap. That coupon code gets you 5% off your entire order AND if you spend over $75 you automatically get a free Mystery Gift from our box of awesome.


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3 Responses to Magic is Not a Career - Weekly Recap

  • Illusionist785
    Illusionist785 says:

    Chris, in the Cross-Cut Force, what is a good way to make the spectator forget which pile is his? Thank you sooooooooo much!! :D

    Posted on October 5, 2013 at 7:13 pm

  • George Patrick
    George Patrick says:

    You left out one of the best tricks that freak people out. I always do rope thru neck. I did this at a college festival I was saying that this is what most people will feel like when it is finals week. I say that while I am setting up for the routine.

    Posted on October 6, 2013 at 7:34 pm

  • Actme100
    Actme100 says:

    Hey Chris,
    When I do card magic, my hands are either to small or they figure out how I do stuff during the trick, any advice for either situations?

    Posted on October 8, 2013 at 5:45 pm

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