Edward Marlo – The Cardician – Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online. The Cardician [Edward Marlo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Detailed instructions on how to do many card tricks. If you like the Marlo vid, I strongly suggest you get his book “The Cardician.” It has a lot of gems in it. Also, as far as learning sleights and tricks.

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The performances, and interviews were very interesting, and amusing. Did this review help you? Still worth it though just to watch him work.

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Marlo’s Magazines all 6 vol. Dec 29, I use it all the time. Mentalism secrets unknown by even top pros. Also includes interview segments about his friends and his magic. This is worth a watch if you’re a serious card magician.

Again, requires a table, a solid tenkai, and the right angles. Shop with confidence thanks to our Price Matching Policy. It crdician a three-phase routine where the four aces keep rising to the top of the deck after being lost in the middle. Feb 1, This is probably the reason why I bought the DVD. Note that Marlo doesn’t explain the routines very thoroughly. I can watch the performer and pick up all the minor details and moves exactly as he performs them. Will require practice, but it’s a great bottom deal.


This is one of Marlo’s greatest accomplishments.

The Cardician (Edward Marlo)

I simply said learn from the books because there is more info there. The final cardickan is a triumph tue where the aces are the only ones face down and are in every fourth position for a poker deal. This is a cool trick, but will require practice.

I’m thinking to buy the video of both volumns, The Cardician, and the Legend. A method of showing a card to have a full sized face and a miniature sized back.

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I Like videos rather than reading but i do like the material cardiccian books so will pick up a bit of both. A method of showing a card to have a full sized face and a miniature sized back.

Most of the DVD is sleights, rather than routines. The nice thing is that a spectator can shuffle the deck before that, which is a nice thing. But it’s going to take a lot of practice to get down perfectly.

As far as books VS videos, I prefer books over videos anyday. Two decks of cards are impossibly removed from a criss-crossed box that can only hold one deck. A method of dealing the second card from the top with one hand.


No Touch Theory Second Deal: I mastered it in about 3 days. In Marlo’s hands it looks perfect. I don’t know it.

The Magic Cafe Forums – Review: The Cardician DVD by Ed Marlo

It looks so devastating when you see it. If you want a video, there is one of Jennings by that same title but cqrdician hold obviously as much info as the book.

A three-phase routine where the four aces keep rising to the top of the deck after continuously being lost in the middle. And what other Magician’s Videos are good to get.

The End by Rick. Dec 30, This requires some constructions, but the method of achieving the effect was equally satisfying. Not bad for something that was cardivian like 20 years ago.