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Usual Suspect (2 DVD set) by Tony Cabral - DVD (SO)

Usual Suspect (2 DVD set) by Tony Cabral - DVD (SO)

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Tony Cabral has long been a well-kept secret among a select few card workers. Now he's finally agreed to share some of his favorite original routines with you.

Combining strong thinking with sleight-of-hand skill and good old fashioned sneakiness, these demonstrations will make you look like an expert or a reasonable facsimile thereof.

11 ROUTINES, including:

Dealer's Choice: A lesson in never playing poker with a stud.

Sting, Too: A Texas Hold 'Em demonstration for experts and those who think they're experts.

Five Aces: Your run-of-the-mill poker routine starts with five aces, ends with a royal flush.

The Kicker: A combination poker demonstration and pick-a-card trick that relies solely on 'luck'.

The Memory Expert At The Bridge Table and Fuggeddaboutit: A pair of blockbuster memory demonstrations that will make you look like... uh, what's his name.

In addition, there are thoughts on effect construction, the presentation of gambling material and even some left-handed card moves. Not for the beginner, or anyone who wants to keep getting invited over for poker nights, Tony Cabral: The Usual Suspect is definitely for lovers of strong card magic.

"This is a great DVD- probably the best gambling stuff (entertaining whether the audience is comprised of card players or not) to come out since Darwin Ortiz's At the Card Table."
- Jack Carpenter

"His handling of the pasteboards along with his great technical ability showcases elegantly crafted card magic which will delight any audience."
- Michael Vincent

"Tony Cabral's first DVD is a collection of fine material, the kind that performers ignore at their own peril."
- Lance Pierce

Total Running Time Approximately: 2hr 53min {Video Demo}



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