The Last Word on Three Card Monte Vol. 1 (World's Greatest Magic) by L&L Publishing video DOWNLOAD
In Volume 1, you'll find a collection of talented artists showcasing their unique interpretations of Three Card Monte. Dai Vernon starts things off with a routine deeply rooted in the game's traditions. Using just three ungaffed cards, Vernon amazes the audience and then discusses the finer points of handling with Michael Ammar, Gary Ouellet, and Steve Freeman. Fernando Keops follows with his own version, adding even more handling tips to Vernon's routine. Steve Draun, a card expert from Chicago, manages to keep the audience guessing even when the money card has a paper clip attached to it. David Regal transforms the game into a captivating display of card magic, making the money card vanish and reappear in unexpected places.
In Volume 1, you'll discover a variety of different artists with their own unique interpretations of Three Card Monte. Dai Vernon leads off with a routine that has its roots deeply in the game's traditions. With just three ungaffed cards, Vernon first bewilders a lay audience and then discusses the fine handling points with Michael Ammar, Gary Ouellet, and Steve Freeman. Fernando Keops is next, offering his version, and many additional fine handling points, of Vernon's routine. Chicago card expert Steve Draun manages to still keep the audience from finding the money card even when it has a paper clip attached to it while David Regal turns the game into a fine example of card conjuring where the money card vanishes and reappears elsewhere. Scotty York conjures images of card hustlers of the past as he presents his version of Martin Lewis' routine while John Guastaferro uses the game to set up a sensational transposition between two selected cards. Gregory Wilson takes to the streets in true Monte style, winning personal possessions from passers-by in the process while, finally, Henry Evans eliminates a card to play a stunning version of Two-Card Monte, yet the spectators still cannot win.