Essentials in Magic Linking Rings

9.95 usd

DVD by Daryl Easton ($8.96 - normally $9.95)

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Essentials in Magic Linking Rings - magic

The Essentials in Magic collection gives you the opportunity to enjoy one-on-one instruction from Daryl, the Magician's Magician. Internationally known and respected as one of the world's finest teachers of magic, Daryl personally mentors you through clear, easy-to-understand video segments and helps you to develop and perfect classic sleight-of-hand skills and techniques, in a way never before available without private lessons. As a World Champion Magician, creator, and teacher of magic, Daryl has distilled decades of experience and study into each DVD to bring you everything you need to know to perform miracles with sponge balls, trick decks, linking rings, cups and balls, and many other classic illusions, right away! Daryl is waiting to share these secrets with you in the Essentials in Magic.

This DVD focuses on Linking Rings, an amazing magic effect, that is easy to do! In it you will learn...

  • Various Key Rings
  • Displaying the Key Ring
  • Ring Flourishes
  • Links and Unlinks
  • Storing the Rings
  • Linking Without the Key
  • Miscellaneous Techniques
  • A Sample Routine
  • And much, much more!
Running Time Approximately: 1hr 11min

Available in Japanese
disponible en español


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If you are a total newby to linking rings, than I would say that this is probably one of the best materials to start with. Daryl covers all of the basic moves and provides some additional information about them. So that is why I believe that this is a good starting point before moving into more complete materials.
If you already know the basics, then probably you won't learn anything absolutely new, besides minor differences for some handlings.