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Amazing Samdini
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Does anyone have this hardcover collection of Epilogue by Fulves? It's 312 pages. I seldom read about anyone mentioning this. I understand it is mostly cards, as opposed to his Chronicles collection. It suggests the tricks use advanced sleight-of-hand (I don't do faros). Thanks!
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I have Epilogue (and the Chronicles.)
Epilogue was a magazine about cardmagic only.
It totally run for 24 issues, plus 5 special numbers.

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Thanks, Peo. Is there a lot of good card material in it? What about level of difficulty? I imagine there's the usual assortment of sandwich, ace assemblies, card revelations, prediction tricks, etc. Do you have a couple of favorites from Epilogue? Thanks!
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Epilogue is, indeed, more advanced than Pallbearers. But it contains plenty of strong routines within the grasp of the intermediate card worker. Of the series released (Pallbearers, Epilogue and The Chronicles), Epilogue is the favorite of many "name" cardmen. Well worth your attention.
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Does anyone know where I can get a copy of this? Is it out of print?
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Try the publisher, L&L Publishing. I think it's still avalibale.

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The complete table of contents for every Epilogue issue can be viewed at my website, if you desire to whet your appetite.

http://themagicfiles.com/low/contents.php?id=52
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The complete table of contents for every Epilogue issue can be viewed at my website


Thank you for posting that. If found some of the TOC's helpful. Are there plans for cross-refrencing them in the future? Or a little search engine? Could yield some interesting results as your list grows.

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If you want to zero in and be a card master, then this is the stuff but you need a solid foundation. From what I remember, there are lots of effects that use the faro.

It's academia for card study, but academia sometimes isn't very pragmatic when wanting to learn "workers" for performance, unless you're performing for other strong card handlers. I didn't get much from it other than some insight on the half-pass. Others love this stuff, but the effects detailed didn't match my style.
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