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Close Up The Real Secrets of Magic

by David Stone

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Book
Publisher: Magiczoom Ent.
Format: Paperback

Product Description

Become a First-Rate Close-Up Performer with this indispensable Guide.

A Goldmine of Hints for the Pros

The real secrets of professional magicians are NOT their routines! If you want to be a pro, you don't need another book of tricks; you need a guide through his world of professional close-up magic!

Do you want to make more money as a close-up magician with higher pay and bigger tips? Within these pages you will discover how to:
  • Perform your opening trick with maximum impact
  • Establish yourself as an authority of any event.
  • Get spectators to ask you for your business card.
  • Instantly spot the most lucrative tables.
Hundreds of Tips, Hints, and Tricks of the Trade

How to approach a table - Set the stage for a great performance - The perfect moment to cut in for the best effect - 6 steps to making a classy exit - Strong lines designed to elicit applause - The best time to promote your magic - What to do about a request for an encore - how to get tips…

Learn the Real Secrets of Magic with a book full of concrete advice, funny anecdotes and pointers!

Pages 397 - Softbound
Date Added: Jun 23rd, 2008


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July 15th, 2008 8:57pm
Reviewed by Gordon Meyer
This book is quite unlike your average magic book. There aren't any tricks, but there are lots of secrets. Or, more accurately, lots of tips and techniques that David Stone has learned over the years as a successful, professional close-up magician. Not all of these tips will work for you because you're not David Stone and don't have his life (sorry to have to break it to you), but you'll enjoy reading the book nonetheless.

It's written in a breezy, conversational style that makes it a quick and entertaining read. This is a testament to the translation, by the way, so take a moment to thank Graham Jones for what I'm sure was a cultural challenge. Physically, the book is a nicely printed and bound paperback, despite its thickness, you'll find it very portable and easy to handle. It's a perfect airplane book (which is exactly where I read it) because of the fast-pace and many entertaining anecdotes.

There are some "adult situations" and language used, but for me that underscores... [Read More]

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