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Any thoughts? I read it was Marlo's, but Behr's site doesn't mention him. Best source to learn it?
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It's written up in a few classic books. I'm not at home so I can't say which ones.

The only people I've ever seen make this entertaining were some of the comedy magicians using it as an MC bit
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Track down Senator Crandall's routine.
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On 2009-11-14 20:27, markmiller wrote:
Track down Senator Crandall's routine.


Agreed, this is one of the best presentations for Six-Card repeat, seek it within the pages of Tarbell.
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On 2009-11-14 19:57, kcg5 wrote:
I read it was Marlo's, but Behr's site doesn't mention him.

Where did you read this? It's not Marlo's but Tommy Tucker's (1936). For various versions, browse THIS LIST. There are much more, of course.
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Tim Ellis's version of six card repeat is the best one I've seen so far.
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Unless you have alrady eliminated this, Bill Abbott's 5 card opener is a super strong opener... many testimonials from Café members already already!
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Juan Tamariz Performs it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HJw0vxPY-8


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Mr. Behr, thank you for pulling that up. When I searched, I came to THIS.

Thanks again for your wonderful site. Thanks to everyone else.
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Is this similar to the Routine that Wayne Dobson did in his show? And also I forgot who does this but its a close up version with for cards. where at the end the remaining card IS a four.
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On 2009-11-15 03:10, Doctor REvil wrote:
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On 2009-11-14 20:27, markmiller wrote:
Track down Senator Crandall's routine.


Agreed, this is one of the best presentations for Six-Card repeat, seek it within the pages of Tarbell.


Tarbell v6 has the Crandall presentation plus another one as well.
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Al Cohen is widely known for his version. It can be found on the "Al Cohen, Magic's Mr. Nice Guy" video (if you can track it down-it was originally on VHS, I don't know if it was ever converted to DVD. Al has a Facebook page, and he would be able to tell you if it's available)
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I think Mark Wilson's COmplete Course has it, or a bill repeat. Escapes me.
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Anyone on my question
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Bll Malone has one HERE
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Don't for get Vernon"s version also.
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Thank ya Asgar
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Michael Finney does a very funny version.
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Bill Malone's version is great, as is Mel Meller's on his new DVD's - The International Six Card Mystery
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On 2009-11-16 08:40, DStachowiak wrote:
Al Cohen is widely known for his version. It can be found on the "Al Cohen, Magic's Mr. Nice Guy" video (if you can track it down-it was originally on VHS, I don't know if it was ever converted to DVD. Al has a Facebook page, and he would be able to tell you if it's available)
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Al Cohn's version in the Video is great for it offers a visual presentation of the very entertaining Senator Crandal's one (with credit). This is the routine which Atucci supplies the reference about in Tarbell. A very very good patter

This thread would serve a more useful purpose, IMHO, if it was suggesting how to climax with the effect, which has always been a problem: Six Card Repeat endings have rarely brought in an additional surprise that would conclude the effect in a spectacular way. This is most probably the reason why the effect sticks around without ever really taking off.

This must have been in the back of Michael Finney's head when he came with the tearing off of the last cards sending glitter up in the air. That was a step forwards but obviously not a big enough one.
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