Martin Lewis Live Lecture

Live lecture by Martin Lewis ($7.95)

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Martin Lewis Live Lecture - magic

We've all seen the ingenious work of Martin Lewis, in one form or another. From his signature Sketchpad rising card to countless other amazing effects used by people like David Copperfield, Johnny Thompson and Michael Weber. 

Here are just some of the effects taught:

Undivided A fantastic version of Nate Leipzig's torn and restored cigarette paper effect. 

Repeating Card Effect - A unique version of the ambitious card plot. Well now's your chance to hear it from the lions mouth. 

Senor Mardo's Egg Bag Routine - A changed up classic done with a gold ball instead of an egg.

Jumbo Sidewalk Shuffle - A fantastic monte routine.

Signature Card Rise - Undeniably Martin's most famous trick. Learn how to animate the ink on a pad. As performed by David Copperfield!

Technicolour Prediction - Predict the outcome of decisions made entirely by the participants.


Plus, Martin teaches some of his signature close-up effects!


We are more than excited to bring you one of our finest lecturers yet to an At The Table Experience you won't forget.

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We promise to make the lecture available for download within 12 hours of it airing (sometimes sooner). So if you miss the lecture or want to watch it again, it will be yours to download. None of this "watch it and lose it" stuff. Once you purchase the lecture, it's yours in your download area forever. Enjoy it over and over again.

 

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Larry Brodahl

An amazing lecture. I prefer parlor type material, so he really hit a home run on that. But even better, he had some tips and hints that were really, really useful, especially for the D.I.Y. type magicians.

I'm even embarrassed to admit that I learned a new force....that I should have known already. The fact that the move works in close up and parlor/small stage is a bonus.

Really fun, really well done lecture.