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 Post subject: Revolutionary Card Technique?
PostPosted: Wed Jul 30, 2003 12:41 pm 
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Anyone have experience with Marlo's Revolutionary Card Technique? I'm curious if it's worth adding to my collection. Particularly for the learning the Side Steal. (Paul Cummins calls for that move on many occasions in From A Shuffled Deck In Use)

Is it a good/useful book, or is my money best spent elsewhere?

-bryan


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It depends on your current skill level. Marlo's stuff isn't easy, but if you put forth sufficient effort, you shouldn't have many problems.

Revolutionary Card Technique was a series of pamphlets/booklets Marlo published. All of these small booklets were bound together to form the large book.

Here are the 11 original booklets, in case you were wondering.

  1. Fingertip Control
  2. Tabled Palm
  3. Action Palm
  4. Miracle Card Changes
  5. Faro Shuffle
  6. Faro Notes
  7. Side Steal
  8. Seconds, Centers, Bottoms
  9. Card Switches
  10. Multiple Shift
  11. Estimation


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 29, 2003 6:51 am 
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Go roatC go roatc go lol. sup man.. Uh, don't buy RCT unless you've been in cards for a while, and especially not for learning the side steal, i'd say go with another book for learning it, try card magic of le paul, his side steal is one of the best ever


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 07, 2003 4:44 pm 
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rct is more advanced


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