Like all Marlo card work, you need some chops for this baby. Sorry to say it but to do this well
you're likely sitting with a deck and a close up pad and shuffling over and over. The pickle is a
particular sequence where you must maintain two breaks while shuffling both halves. Not natural for
me and I still don't have it. Maybe will be easier for you. I am a card lover, can do a one hand
top palm and a decent side steal. Felt like an idiot not being able to get something that looked so
simple. So - this is not for a rank beginner and for those intermediate and up0 be prepped to put
in the time for this. It is better or an improvement on the Marlo in Spades version and has two
kickers. Did I mention that I can't do the double break shuffle needed yet?????
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I really like this version of Triumph by LUIS Carreon!
It’s simple, no,difficult moves,
and it’s short and to the point.
I am not a fan of the triumph versions that feel very
procedural in nature and where there is a moment that can sometimes look like a move is being done.
Mind Readers Trumph is simple and elegant and has no funny moves. It looks very organic
Moy, and no setup required. Could be done with a borrowed and shuffled deck in use
it has the advantage of helping you get a peek of the chosen card while shuffling.
Definitely worth getting!!
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Luis has given you the opportunity to learn this reasonably easy to do trick, that will blow minds
More of mental magic that mentalisim, but great fun
If you can riffle stack a deck this will
take miniutes to learn but if you are new there is a bit of practice for a short while (not too
The video explains the effect well and is easy to follow
I like the triumph effects
and this one has certainly been trimmed down to a very easy Solution
This is a small amount of
money for this great trick
Do you self a favour and buy this
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A true Chicago Magician, Luis' work is practical and hard hitting. I've seen this triumph live and
the reactions are always incredible! Don't let this one slip by you when it becomes available!
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Triumph was one of the first pieces of Card Magic I ever learned. It's also one of my favorites.
I've learned so many versions of this effect but Luis' version is by far the best I've seen. It's
so clean and different. It really is a game changer in a classic of card magic. Leave it to Luis
to bust out a great routine with a touch of Marlo! Well done!
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Man, oh man - this download not only covers a killer routine but includes a 'how to' on some
utilitarian shuffles that can be used in countless applications.
And it's less than 8$!
The trick itself looks like great fun, and while I am still fiddling around with the
mechanics it is easy to see that once mastered this is a spiffy bit. No arts. No crafts. No
I like. Very much.
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I think this is a great trick, I just took off a star because I think tracking the cuts will take
practice. Particularly if you want to hide it from the audience.
Its a good Routine. Funny Tour so. Not to hard, but not for beginners.
This is a wonderful version of Triumph, definitely worth a look. If you're unfamiliar, it's a
simple handling and the tutorial is taught well.
Cons: Shuffles may take some work
Pros: No sleight of hand, built in sneak peek for mind
reading, strong kicker, can be done with a borrowed deck, no gimmicks
The triumph routine
is an age old classic of magic, so it's hard to try and build on that. I believe has a great
addition with the sneak peek during the shuffle. Triumph is strong enough on its own to get a great
reaction, but it's awesome to have a way to divine their card in the middle of the routine. It
opens up the possibility for other effects before you get to the climax.
The shuffles may
be strange at first, but they're totally worth learning. This is a great effect for workers for