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JasonEngland
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Richard Kaufman over at the Genii forum reported that Tony Giorgio passed away at the age of 88.

I only met Tony a handful of times over the years, but always enjoyed the time and information that he shared.

He'll be missed.

Jason
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I never had the privlage of meating Mr Giorgio but it seems like he was a good man and one that will be missed

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Very sad indeed.

A while back, I downloaded and bound all of Tony's Genii columns......contained within are amazing things!
To be expected, as he led an amazing life.

RIP Tony......deepest sympathies to his family.
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Crap! Sad to hear it.

RIP Tony.
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That's a real shame, there is not many of the old school left today.

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"I should have begun making DVDs long before the birth of the countless expose artists who know little or nothing about card and dice hustling; they're usually magicians." - Tony Giorgio.

I wish he had, I wanted to see his dice DVD in the worst way. It's a shame.
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Tony's rumored dice DVD was the only thing I ever "wished" would get made and released.

I mean......can you imagine?........!
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I mean......can you imagine?........!


It would have been awesome. The handmucking DVD is a masterpiece. I have no doubt the Ultimate Work on dice would have been one of, if not the very best, DVD on the subject.
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R.I.P Mr Giorgio =(
Your "Ultimate Work" dvds set will be one of my favourite FOREVER!!!

- Arthur
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We're very fortunate for all his contributions. Let's be thankful.

The legend will live forever. Rest in peace.
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RIP Tony. You were a real old-timer when it comes to gambling knowledge and lived a fabulous life. You shared a lot but regretfully left us too soon.

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I just saw the Sting II last month and laughed when I saw him as one of the hoods. He will forever be known as the guy who helped clip Luca Brasi, lol
R.I.P.
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Thinking of Tony, I just watched the absolutely brilliant "Ultimate Work" DVD's again.......he was an incredibly classy guy with a wry sense of humor, seeming most apparent in his poetry......if you've got the DVD's you'll understand Smile
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What a bad news!

R.I.P. Tony, don't stop mucking cards, wherever you've gone.
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I first came to know of Tony Giorgio when he played in an A-Team episode. I already liked him. Later I learned he was an reformed gambler and a great technician who had superb expertise in the field of Gambling etc.

R.I.P. Tony, keep on mucking!
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R.I.P. Tony Giorgio

God Bless you, for those of us who have your DVD, it is always a pleasure to watch you in action, I wish I could of met you, perhaps in the afterlife Smile

Louie L
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RIP Tony
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...and I just spoke about him a couple of days ago. Wow. Two of my friends passed the same day Tony Giorgio and David Peaston. May they both R.I.P.

Respectfully,

Doc
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Very sad news. I immensely enjoyed his work in the old "Mission Impossible" series. His appearances in various movies was always very joyfull for me.
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Yes, RIP.
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