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This program was originally released in and was the first video footage of Marlo to be made available. It was shot using broadcast quality equipment and is still considered the finest quality footage of the master in action. This DVD offers a rare glimpse at one of the most important figures in 20th century card magic, captured while still in his prime.
One hour of magic and techniques performed and explained by Edward Marlo. Hosted by Dan Korem. Also includes interview segments about his friends and his magic.
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Review Wishlist. In stock: usually ships within 24 hours! The Cardician. Crossed Cases: Two decks of cards are impossibly removed from a criss-crossed box that can only hold one deck. Direct Transposition: The top cards of two packets of cards change places. Large Face Small Back: A method of showing a card to have a full sized face and a miniature sized back.
Snap Change: One card visually changes into another. Aces To The Top: A three-phase routine where the four aces keep rising to the top of the deck after continuously being lost in the middle. The final phase is a triumph effect where the aces are the only ones face down and are in every fourth position for a poker deal.
Cigar Bottom Deal: A technique for doing bottom deals without turning your wrist. Table Edge Pass: A method for nullifying a cut while sitting at a table. Tap End Pass: An in the hands method of nullifying a cut. Dribble Pass: A method of nullifying a cut while dribbling the cards between the hands.
Combination Pass: A method for doing the classic pass slowly. Turn Down Palm: A method of palming the top card of the deck as it is being turned face down.
Future Classic Palm: A method for palming the top card as the deck is turned over or tabled. The Punch Deal: A method of dealing a winning poker hand from a freely shuffled and cut deck.
Questions about this product. Have a question about this product? Write a review! Customer Reviews showing 1 - of 1. Showing the Most Helpful Newest. Dated but good. It's good to see him perform at an incredibly high standard even at the age he was when this was recorded. This is worth a watch if you're a serious card magician.
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Ed Marlo born Edward Malkowski in Chicago , Illinois , October 10, — November 7, was a magician who specialized in card magic. He referred to himself and others of his specialty as 'cardicians'. One of the most notable names in card magic, Marlo himself coined the term cardician ,  a term which has since been used for performers who do card magic exclusively. His first publication in , Pasteboard Presto , merely hinted at the bulk of work which was to follow.
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