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Million Dollar Card Secrets

by Simon Lovell

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: DVD
Publisher: Magic Makers

Product Description

Go inside with the "Million Dollar Magician" Simon Lovell. Simon shares more than 30 card tricks and secrets that will put you in a class above the rest. The card tricks are so secret we can’t list them! As an added bonus Simon shares his Ambitious Card Secrets to further enhance your Million Dollar Experience! An essential DVD!
Date Added: Jun 21st, 2011
MLA SKU: CKKNIETgXWeQJCZ

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October 29th, 2013 1:35am
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Reviewed by Jeff Stone
Wow, not a more perfect song could be playing while I write this review. Never again (Never Again by Kelly Clarkson, just happens to be playing right now) will I buy a DVD from Magic Makers. I've heard all the rumors about Magic Makers, and I even have a personal friend who claimed that Rob Stiff (From Magic Makers) ripped him off. I'm taking my friend's word for it, but I'm still open minded to the possibility that it was just a misunderstanding. Of course, there are all the rumors about Stiff making videos of other people's magic without permission or credit. Well I don't know about the permission portion, but based on this DVD, the crediting rumors appear to be true.

What you get for $35.00 is a collection of other people's routines with new names performed in the most annoying manner possible. Watching Simon Lovell perform the effects with absolutely no presentation was extremely difficult. Additionally, it really felt like he was just sort of walking through the routine rather... [Read More]

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