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lcombs
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I have always loved a good Cannibal Cards routine and am looking to update the routine I learned years ago. Who, in your opinion has the better handlings out there that I can look up? Also, what are your opinions on the climax. The one I know ends with the missionaries face up in the center of the deck and you end clean with four cards in your hands.

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Juan Tamarez.
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Danny,
I didn't know Tamarez had a routine for cannibal cards. Is it published? If so, in English? If so, what book?
Thank you
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I like Ed Marlo's version as well as Sankey's.
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On 2008-06-08 13:23, Magicmaven wrote:
Danny,
I didn't know Tamarez had a routine for cannibal cards. Is it published? If so, in English? If so, what book?
Thank you

Its in his Magic Lessons ( I think that's the name ) series VHS, vol.3, I believe they are made to DVDs, I'm not sure. You can find them with little search.

Darwin Ortiz has an excellent version in his Scams and Fantasies book. There is a version in Card College 3, I haven't read it yet so I can't comment on it.

Anyone knows where can I find the original? Thanks!

~ Feras
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Bill Goodwin has a killer Cannibal Card routine in one of his lecture notes. You see 7 cards - 4 FU Cannibals and 3 FD missionaries. Then there are only 2 FD, then 1 FD then none FD. All four remaining cards are kings. There's no ditching. The handling allows the 4 K's to seem to be all 7, then 6 then 5 then 4. You don't go back to the deck to unload anything. It's beauty.

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Here's a few...



Ammar on ETMCM

Malone – his new DVDS

Curtis Cam – Bahamas book – and DVD

Marlo has at least a ton as well, scattered everywhere though.

Roy Walton in the - "Devils Playthings"

Darwin Ortiz – "Scam’s & Fantasies"

Tamariz – tape series

Lynn Searles

Chris Kenner – “Diet”, "Totally out of Control"

Solomon – "Solomon’s Mind"

Giobbi - “Dance of the Cannibals” – Volume 3 of Card College

Allan Ackerman – 1994 lecture notes.

Bill Goodwin – 1988 notes.

Giavonni – a set of his notes.

Ascanio – in his collected works.
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Darwin's routine is very good too. I'm honored that he used (with credit of course)the vanish sequence from my Cannibals routine from Top Secret Stuff called "A Case of Indigestion."

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Bill Goodwin's is very nice. It is hard to find the notes and the notes are kind of hard to follow--3 pages of solid text, no phots.
Also, good luck actually being about to perform it like Bill...
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The guy is called Juan Tamariz, so if you try to search the DVD (yes, the performance is really great) use his correct name to find it.
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Eugene Burger but I have not seen any of the others that I recall. Unless I am thinking of another trick.
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Just adding to the list...

Alex Elmsley's "One Poor Lion."
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The precursor to Cannibal Cards was in Close Up Card Magic: Apex Aces
I STILL do that trick.

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Bill Malone teachers a cannibal cards routine in his DVD set 'here I go again'.

I found it very entertaining to watch but its not something I would personally perform in a working environment.

Hope this helps.

Thanks, magico563 Smile
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Always loved the idea of having the cards actually eat small objects. Loved the idea of them puking up a little skeleton. : )

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Another vote for the routine from Ortiz. I especially like the 2nd phase with the card going into the middle of the cannibals, then without any moves the packet is spread to show the selection gone. And I feel the 2nd and 3rd phase just nicely cancels out any thoughts of a method for the spectator. Great sequence.
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No one has mentioned one that I use and it is JJ Sanvert's cannibal card routine. It is such an entertaining routine to perform and the climax catches everyone by suprise. Without a doubt this is one of those routines which people will remember because of its entertainment value as well as the magic involved in it.

Thanks JJ!!
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Nathan - you are one wacky cat!

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On 2008-06-08 18:15, Steven Youell wrote:
The precursor to Cannibal Cards was in Close Up Card Magic: Apex Aces
I STILL do that trick.

SEY


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Eek--cannibal cards? What's next-- Minstrel Mates? Please let's move on, it's 2008.

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