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I am trying to find sources that deal with manipulations with large playing cards - Books , DVDs or web sites etc. Any help would be appreciated.

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Mahka Tendo has some of that on his video. I also have a segment that teaches some basic moves on a tape called the Magic of Hungary. It has some nice ideas and moves that you might want to check out.

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Where would one find Mahka Tendo's video?
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I got mine when he sold them at his booth at SAM National Convention. He will be there again this year.

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Is it performance, or instructional?

Also, in answer to stuartmagic's question: Sanada used to do 360 degree circle fans with jumbo cards. You can learn the fan from Charlie Frye's eccentrick's video.
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Mahka's video is performance only, but you can get something from it by watching it.

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There is a performance only of the late Richard Ross doing his idea with jumbo cards on his video from Stevens magic.

Just a quick fans and production with a vanish.

Interesting handling.
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I have also seen the Richard Ross video. It is performance only, but the quality is pretty good that you should be able to learn from it as well.

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Learn from these videos... not copy!
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Awww thanks Kevin. Great point. yes, learn from them and then take that information and develop your own routines with what you learn. Do not copy them.

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No prob Kyle, I wasn't implying you were suggesting to copy them, just pointing out that these are original concepts, let them inspire you, don't copy.
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It was a good point to mention as many magicians tend to fall into the trap of creating acts that mimic those they see on videos.

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Too true, it's better just to be inspired by famous acts, yet not copy them. Too often we see clones and immitators of the famous manipulators such as Channing Pollock and Cardini. To put it into perspective: The Mona Lisa would sell for millions, but a print of it would only sell for dollars.
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That was a very eloquent way to look at it.
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Yes, but it's true. Every word of it!
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I know, I was complementing your ability with words.
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I think the best and incredible manipulation with jumbo cards is fism winner from Japan Takamitsu Ushida. The japanese T.V. has a video from the Japan FISM Gala show and the entire act of him. Try to find it. That's in order you can have an idea.
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I agree. If you want to see some seriously good jumbo card manipulations check out Takamitsu Uchida's act. He's a past FISM winner and he does stuff with jumbo and GIANT cards that will blow your mind.

Unbelievable. You can check out a review of his act Here!

All the best.
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Wow that sounds great. I wish I had the chance to see the act. This is a perfect example of someone willing to step up and make his manipulation act different and unique. Be creative with it.

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Wow, circle cards. I though Sanada and myself were the only people who still used those...
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