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Al Schneider Lecture DVD

40.00 usd

DVD by Al Schneider ($40.00)

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Al Schneider Lecture DVD - magic

Prior to recording this excellent lecture, Al Schneider presented a workshop for a group of 40 magicians. To those in the know, the name "Al Schneider" is so powerful that the workshop could have been sold twice, yet was only advertised by word of mouth. Those who had the privilege of attending confessed that it was a once in a lifetime opportunity to enhance their magic acknowledging his in depth magic thinking and teaching excellence.

On this DVD you have the opportunity of a private tutorial from one of the greatest brains in magic today. Not only are the following routines performed and taught in depth, there are also numerous pointers and theories imparted during them, these are vital pieces of information to assist you in your favorite magic effects.

Purchase this DVD and enjoy AL Schneider presenting...

  • Dances With Coins
  • Osmosis
  • Expansion of Texture
  • Cups and Balls
  • Spaces Change Places
  • Wild Coins
  • Silk in Bottle
All beautifully performed and fully explained, with added tips from a true and unique master of magic.

Running Time Approximately 68min


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