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Favorite non-mainstream magic books?

Forums History of Playing Cards Books Favorite non-mainstream magic books?

This topic contains 4 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  cjcrisos 1 month, 3 weeks ago.

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  • #1232

    Ciaran Naylor
    Participant
    @ciarannaylor

    Share you favorite magic books, that aren’t mainstream (Expert at the card table etc.) So people can find new inspiration!

  • #1238

    Aron Prins
    Keymaster
    @aronprins

    Hey Ciaran,

    The Expert is indeed of of my favorites 🙂

    I think I have about 10/15 editions dating back to 1945… Still working on getting that first edition haha!

    Another book that comes highly recommended, or set of books actually, are the Hochman Encencyclopedia Part 1 and 2. These will help people date their decks – I have a photo in my collections on my profile 😉

    Cheers,
    Aron

  • #1287

    nick
    Participant
    @robobooga
    • Card control by Arthur Buckley
    • Expert’s Portfolio 1 and 2 by Jack Carpenter
  • #1702

    Taylor
    Moderator
    @taypig
    • Revolutionary Card Technique by Ed Marlo
    • If an Octopus Could Palm by Dan & Dave
    • By Forces Unseen by Stephen Minch
    • This reply was modified 6 months ago by  Taylor.
  • #8314

    cjcrisos
    Participant
    @cjcrisos

    Here are my books

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