MyMagic eNewsletter #794
November 30, 2019
Thanks for the response to my new Magician Badge. Several of you, who received them already, commented how they were beautiful pieces of jewelry. It is true. They look much more impressive live than they do in photographs or on video.
Look and buy: HERE.
I just released volume two of the Aldo Colombini Impromptu Card Magic video. Once again you get 15 simple routines that you can do anytime, anywhere… if you can get to a deck of cards.
I included some of my favorite routines on the trailer for you to evaluate. The first routine on the trailer is not one I would usually include but I decided to leave it there because it is completely self-working. If you follow the procedure as Aldo performs it, the trick will work. To find out why, you will need to buy the video download or the DVD.
Impromptu Card Magic Volume 2:
Routines performed and explained: Small Talk (Richard Vollmer), Come Together (Jay Sankey & David Acer), The Magic Lesson (Roy Walton), 4-5-6 (Al Thatcher), Sloshed Or Sober (Paul Gordon), Jackula (Michael De Marco), The Cape Canaveral Trick (Paul Swinford), Silent Fall (Aldo Colombini), Countdown Location (George McBride), Divertimento (Aldo Colombini), One For All (Aldo Colombini), Back Up (Aldo Colombini), Elevon (Aldo Colombini), ESP Numbers (Aldo Colombini), Maestoso (Aldo Colombini), and even a Charlier Shuffle tutorial.
Watch & buy: HERE.
There are various reasons why I decide to include one trick over another in a trailer. One trick I included was just because I really liked the line, “This card is Dracula and his younger brother Jackula.” I guess it doesn’t take much to amuse me. The discounted introductory price will expire on Tuesday.
Get it now: HERE.
If you are enjoying these Impromptu Routines and can still play DVDs, I have an offer you can’t refuse. Get all six DVDs with 90 different impromptu card routines, a retail value of $209.70 for only $90. That’s only $1 per trick ($1.20 for shipments outside the US). This sale will expire on Tuesday at midnight (NY time).
Get the 6-Volume Set: HERE.
Mini Tangram Paradox:
I really like puzzles and optical illusions. Especially ones that can be presented like magic and fool or at least bewilder an audience. I have offered a few versions of the Winston Freer Tile Puzzle over the years and this new one is unique.
It is small enough to fit in your shirt pocket, it is made of Walnut wood and it uses a devious method I have not seen before.
If you are into that kind of stuff you will like it. If you collect that kind of stuff you will love it.
Watch and buy: HERE.
I just got a shipment of both the Poker size and Jumbo size of Gary Brown’s Believe. This is a fun routine you can use during the holidays. A funny and surprising premise and very easy to learn.
I introduced the Poker size version last year around Christmas and it immediately sold out. Don’t be left out this year.
Watch and buy: HERE.
Many of you have been asking about when I will be getting my next shipment of the N-Strippers. They should be arriving this weekend or early next week. Sign up for notifications: HERE.
Also, later this week I will be receiving a large shipment of wooden magic products that have been sitting in a warehouse for many years. I hope to announce and offer them at a rate of one or two items per week until the end of the year.
Upcoming Live Appearances:
►Dec 21: Performing at Comix Comedy Club at the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, CT.
►Jan 17-21: Exhibiting at the SAM National Convention in Las Vegas, NV. Info: HERE.
Until next time,
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