From the author of Card College, the world’s most acclaimed course on sleight-of -hand card magic, comes Card College Light, Roberto Giobbi’s first text focused. Watch trailer #2 for an in-depth conversation with Roberto Giobbi about this iconic book. “If I knew someone just getting into this business, it would be the first set. Recognized around the world as the most remarkable course in sleight-of-hand card magic ever offered, Card College features engaging, detailed writing with.
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This book is intended for everyone who has always wanted to perform card tricks, but who didn’t have the time necessary to learn complex routines, or the years necessary to master difficult techniques. When people tell robero they are serious about card magic and want to know what books they should buy, we always tell them the same thing: Roberto Giobbi’s writing and teaching is wonderful.
Every item is carefully selected under the watchful eye of cofounders, and professional magicians Joshua Jay and Andi Gladwin. It only teaches card magic and basic flourishes — no cardistry. As mentioned already, this was originally sold as a set of 4 DVDs of nearly 8 hours, but is now available as a digital download via goibbi website.
I think impromptu card magic is cool but now I need book for in-depth description of basic sleights. Card College Light rroberto in a class apart from other books that focus on sleightless card tricks.
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I really enjoyed Royal Road and I even thought which some don’t and that’s ok that the writing was really good and entertaining at points. It’s well worth it. Showing the Most Helpful Newest. Giobbi’s active professional repertoire, with which he baffles the public and magicians, too.
I think you could also look into some other books for effects that uses simple sleights. You can spend it on anything you like at Penguin, just like cash.
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Reviews There are no reviews yet. View our Frequent Questions. Sending to our UK warehouse Typically takes 2 – 3 days. If you are even reading any reviews on these books just add them to card now. Share This Page Tweet. Some of the topics covered in Volume One include: Since you are indeed interested getting more advanced in Card Magic, I do think you could look into more Card magic materials.
The Other Brothers Anyway, I’m sure all magic books are good reads, but I have never heard of this series in all my book research not until the magic shop guy told me of course I honestly don’t think that of Roberto Giobbi.
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The Other Brothers I’ve bought well over a hundred since then. I remember when I bought the Card College series, I told my wife that I wouldn’t need any more card magic books. Paragon the best thing that having the book and dvd is that you can watch the dvd with the book in front of you. It’s terrific, and I highly recommend it as a wonderful companion to the classic Card Cad books.
In this book you will learn many important moves such as shuffles, cuts, forces, and many flourishes.
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I really like this book, and the one that follows “Card College Lighter”. I thought Harry did a great job of explaining what needed to be known in order to do an effect.
Is the Card College series by Roberto Giobbi a Good Read?
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Well worth the price. For example, Dai Vernon’s treatment of the pass or switch in “Revelation” is really cool, and I like it better than the one in “Card College”.
There is a reason he is called the Professor. That’s why I’m here to find out what you guys have to say about Card College for a complete beginner. View our magic tricks index. How long have you been into card magic?
I will say I am all for overlap.