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JasonEngland
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He was a great guy and a world-class card handler.

He'll be missed.

Jason
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So sad. I got to meet him my first trip to Vegas. A total class guy. One of my prized posessions is a photo of me standing with him and Channing Pollock. Truly a thorn between 2 roses.

He will be missed greatly.
MickeyPainless
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My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends!

RIP Mr Nash!
Joe S.
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He will indeed, Jason.

I'm glad I got to see him perform live.
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I loved Martin. His Castle act was one of my favorite acts in all of magic. I'll miss him.
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Martin´s card magic was outstanding.
Grand persona.
"See you in heaven."
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That is really sad news, Jason.

/Tomas
Steven Leung
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Rest in peace. The infinity priniciple will always in my mind, always.
Most memorable moment - with Maestro Juan Tamariz & Consuelo Lorgia in FISM Busan 2018.

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So SAD, RIP
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Martin was definitely a class act. I had the chance to see him many times at the Magic Castle, and had the great pleasure of working the Close-up Gallery with him many years ago. He had some fascinating stories to share, and I love the fact that he traveled the world with a deck of cards.

He will be missed.
Adam1975
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Yes another of the few remaining old schoolers has "shuffled off". RIP
Ive upped my standards.Now,up yours!
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Sorry to hear this sad news Martin was one of the best of all times.
Come check out my magic.

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John Carey
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Rest in peace Mr Nash.

John
Sixten
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Our deepest condolences to his family.
May he 'Rest in Peace'.

Sixten & family
abc
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That is quite sad indeed. He was able to do some special things with a deck of cards.
Robert M
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Very sad news.

Robert
DomKabala
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May the memory of "The Charming Cheat" live on. Rest in Peace...

Cardamagically,
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PASCAL
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A great name and great cardman who "dissapear" ....
It's the life ....
PASCAL from France
Gerald
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“A man’s dying is more the survivor’s affair than his own.” Thomas Mann

Martin left us with great memories, writings and videos of “The Charming Cheat.” One hopes the hands that perform Martin’s great card magic are worthy hands.

Farewell, Martin.

With warm regards,
Gerald
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