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Monthly Archives: July 2014

  • Chris Wiehl is my Dance Teacher

    Posted on July 25, 2014 by Chris Ballinger

    Who's my dance teacher? Yeah, that's right, it's Chris Wiehl.

    This week we talk about the issue of posting magic videos on the internet. How do you do it? How do you promote it? Which tricks should you do? Let's find out...

    The featured magic this week is Chris Wiehl's two new instant downloads, Dance Lessons and Seattle's Finest. Chris has invented some wonderful magic over the years including Senses, And All Will Be Consumed, and Burn Notice. By purchasing any of these effects from Magic Geek in the next week, your name goes into the drawing to have a Skype Chat with Chris Wiehl himself! I'd like to thank Chris for participating in this week's Recap!

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    More magic mentioned in today's Weekly Recap include Ransom and the Self Bending Paperclip. I want to thank everyone who posted questions for this weeks episode. You guys are awesome!

    Self Bending Paperclip

    Don't forget to get your name into the running for the Skype chat with magic creator Chris Wiehl. This is a great opportunity and an even greater excuse to get yourself some amazing magic!

    Thanks for watching.


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  • My Biggest Fear as a Magician - Weekly Recap

    Posted on July 18, 2014 by Chris Ballinger

    In today's Weekly Recap, I tackle your questions about birthday party magic and talk about my biggest fear in magic.

    Love it or hate it, performing magic at a kid's birthday party is an important part of starting a magic career. How do you do it well? How do you control those rascally trouble-makers? And do you have to do it? Watch the video below to hear my thoughts on all of these plus I talk about my biggest fear in magic:



    Some of the tricks I recommended for birthday parties included Food to Go, 20th Century Silks, Hoppin Spots, 'Fraid Knot, Chain Shackle Escape and the Straitjacket.

    Fraid Knot Magic

    Don't forget to use the coupon code to get a discount on your next order AND get your name into the running for the free Triumph Deck. Coupon code expires on July 25th.


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  • Squishing Balls - Weekly Recap

    Posted on July 14, 2014 by Chris Ballinger

    Learning how to best use your sponge balls can be a squishy business. Let us help.



    This week we are talking about sponge balls... which you squish. Hence the name of this blog. We try to keep it simple here at the Magic Geek.

    This week we featured Alluminati which has its very own bonus video from us here at Magic Geek. Along with the gimmicks and standard handlings taught on the very well produced DVD, if you buy Alluminati from Magic Geek, you'll also get a link to a bonus video with two super-visual new ways to perform the effect.

    We also talked about a bunch of Sponge Magic Props including 3D Sponge Rabbits, Mad Sponges, 1.5" Super Soft Sponge Balls, Sponge Ladybugs and Sponge Bananas.

    Don't forget to check out next week's episode where we will be talking about performing magic at children's birthday parties. We need your questions for that, so don't be shy, post your questions in the comments section below.


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  • Mystery Box Drawing and More

    Posted on July 7, 2014 by Chris Ballinger

    Before we get into the Weekly Recap I wanted to post the Mystery Box Giveaway Drawing:

    Congrats to all of the winners and if you didn't win one of the big przes, don't fret. there is another chance to win stuff happening this week. Watch the Weekly Recap for details.

    This week we talked all about floating and levitating stuff. Featured in the recap were illusions like the Losander Floating Table, DOS System, Monarch, Zombie Ball, Floating Match on Card, Invisible Thread, and Loops.

    We also talked a bit about Foresight by Oliver Smith and produced by SansMinds Magic. This is a very cool ESP effect that has a visual kicker ending that nobody ever see's coming. I love it.

    Foresight by SansMinds

    Don't forget to use that coupon code for a percentage off your order and possibly get one of the awesome close-up pads that are up for grabs.


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