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[[Revolutionary Card Technique]] ([[RCT]]) was a series of booklets on card magic written by [[Ed Marlo]] (and typed by his wife Muriel)  between 1954 and 1962 that discussed subjects that had not yet been treated in depth in the current literature at the time.
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'''Revolutionary Card Technique''' ([[RCT]]) was a series of booklets on card magic written by [[Ed Marlo]] (and typed by his wife Muriel)  between 1954 and 1962 that discussed subjects that had not yet been treated in depth in the current literature at the time.
  
 
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# [[Estimation]] (2 parts) (1962)
 
# [[Estimation]] (2 parts) (1962)
  
In 2003, Magic, Inc. released the series in one volume, re-edited and re-illustrated.
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In 2003, Magic, Inc. released the series in one volume, re-edited and re-illustrated by Michael Palazon.
  
 
Reviewed in [[Genii 2003 July]]
 
Reviewed in [[Genii 2003 July]]

Latest revision as of 14:42, 29 October 2012

Revolutionary Card Technique
AuthorEd Marlo
EditorElliot Cutler
PublisherMagic, Inc.
IllustratorCharles Aste
Publication Date2003
LanguageEnglish
Pages538
 

Revolutionary Card Technique (RCT) was a series of booklets on card magic written by Ed Marlo (and typed by his wife Muriel) between 1954 and 1962 that discussed subjects that had not yet been treated in depth in the current literature at the time.

Booklets included:

  1. Miracle Card Changes (1954)
  2. Action Palm (1956)
  3. Fingertip Control (1956)
  4. Side Steal (Book) (1957)
  5. The Tabled Palm (1957)
  6. The Faro Shuffle (1958)
  7. Faro Notes (1958)
  8. Seconds, Centers and Bottoms (3 parts) (1960)
  9. The Multiple Shift (1961)
  10. Card Switches ( (1961)
  11. Estimation (2 parts) (1962)

In 2003, Magic, Inc. released the series in one volume, re-edited and re-illustrated by Michael Palazon.

Reviewed in Genii 2003 July

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