DEEKIE DOODLE® DVD

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These routines will include; Deekie Doodle (a great sponge ball routine), Silver Copper Brass Transposition, Mis-made Dollar Bill, his Back-Hand Palm, and "the only Card Force you will ever need".

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    57-VV

Luis Villamonte, a.k.a. "3-Card Villamonte", teaches you some of his best kept secrets in magic.  With over 25 professional years of performing magic and doing these routines, Luis will show you how to get the most out of what you may already be doing for your close-up shows.

These routines will include; Deekie Doodle (a great sponge ball routine), Silver Copper Brass Transposition, Mis-made Dollar Bill, his Back-Hand Palm, and "the only Card Force you will ever need", and special footage of the live performances of these routines... so you can truly see what a great impact they have on audiences.

Luis is the owner and creater of MagicKits.com, JugglingKits.com, MagicTreats.com and many other web sites.  He has designed a "Best Of" magic kit called "Tricks of The Trade" (see this site) and has been the mentor for many other magicians and entertainers.  Luis believes the routines on this DVD will revolutionize the way magician's do their Bill Switch, Sponge Ball Handling, and the SCB-Transposition.  With this DVD you will learn from of a "seasoned pro", and if you've never performed these routines then you can learn from Lou and start at the top by performing close-up magic better than many of those currently in the field.  If you buy only one DVD about close-up magic this is the one!  Perfect for beginning performers as well as those more advanced.

To find out more about Luis Villamonte go to MagicMafia.com

The tricks covered on the DVD are;

The Only Force You Will Ever Need

Deekie Doodle (sponge ball routine)

Back Hand Palm

Silver Copper Brass

Bill Switch

The Psychology Behind The Magic

Luis is not one to push many tricks on a student, he always says "its the quality, not the quantity" of the magic being taught. The student MUST understand the "concepts" and the "psychology" behind every trick.