Yeah, I learned from YouTube. Some of the videos were more helpful than others. I think you should definitely get some nice Paulson chips to practice with. It's harder with lightweight ones, although the basic Bicycle chips aren't too bad. It's best to use two different colors so you can see the shuffle happen. I've made it up to 20 chips (2 stacks of 10).
There are a lot of other fun ones to try, like the chip spin. Again, good clay chips and YouTube videos are the way to go, and then just practice every time you sit at your computer.
Check out Antonio Esfandiari's chip tricks. They are some of the best on YouTube.