People Hate Card Tricks - Weekly Recap
This week I answer your questions about card tricks:
As I said in the video, Anttack II is now available. If you pre-ordered it, it's on its way to you; if you order it today, it will ship out right away. We have a hand-full of the 100 first-run signed copies left, so hurry and place your order.
I also talked about the my preference between the Brainwave Deck and the Invisible Deck. In that segment I also touched on the Hand-Picked Astonishments: Invisible Deck by Joshua Jay and Paul Harris. This is a fantastic resource for expanding what is possible with a standard Invisible Deck. In fact, I used one of the routines recently in a large comedy club and it went over better than any other routine I've ever done with the Invisible Deck.
Such good questions this week! We got a question on forces and I gave a few resources for learning them. The Hand Picked Astonishments: Card Forces is a fantastic DVD which will give you a ton of options. I also recommend that you check out the Royal Road to Card Magic and our very own instant download: Forcing Cards Private Lesson.
If you're looking to veer away from the "Pick-A-Card" plot, I highly recommend that you check out Jon Armstrong's DVDs, Armstrong Card Magic. There are three volumes in this series, every single one has some amazing card magic and beautiful psychology to turn all of your card magic into entertaining miracles. They are some of my favorite DVDs on card magic, so check them out!
I also touched on the awesomeness that is Unwritten by Lyndon Jugalbot. I love this concept. Especially the fact that it is fully customizable. It's visual, practical magic at its best.
And finally this week I talked about the creation process that was used to come up with The Shark. This has been one of my pet card gimmicks for a long time and it's great to see that other magicians are getting such good use out of it.
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