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Juan Tamariz - Dr Daley's Last Trick

Juan Tamariz

May 2018

Juan Tamariz performs close-up card magic with his co-hosts on Chantatachán, ...

Juan Tamariz - Red Cards and Black Cards

Juan Tamariz

May 2018

Juan Tamariz separates red and black cards from a shuffled deck on Chantatachán....

Juan Tamariz - Simple Spelling

Juan Tamariz

November 2018

Juan Tamariz presents a classic spelling trick with cards.

Luna De Verano ...

Juan Tamariz - Examining Classic Manipulation

Juan Tamariz

November 2018

A regular segment from Luna De Verano involves looking back on particular...

Juan Tamariz - Rising Cards Jumbo

Juan Tamariz

November 2018

Juan Tamariz presents a version of the classic Rising Cards with jumbo cards.

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Juan Tamariz Examining Blindfolds

Juan Tamariz

November 2018

A regular segment from Luna De Verano involves looking back on particular...

John Gaughan - Robert-Houdin's Orange Tree

John Gaughan, Juan Tamariz

April 2018

John Gaughan, regarded as one of the greatest builders of illusions of all time, demonstrates...

Juan Tamariz - Mnemonicosis

Juan Tamariz

May 2018

Juan Tamariz performs his version of Dai Vernon's "The Trick That Cannot Be Explained"....

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Juan Tamariz & Pepe Carroll Always Cut The Cards

The saying goes, "Put your faith in providence but always cut the cards." In this extended gambling expoé, Juan Tamariz & Pepe Carroll discuss methods for nullifying the cut in a card game.

Luna De Verano was a television program produced in Spain for Canal Sur in 1990. We would like to thank Juan Tamariz and Luis Piedrahita for making this content available. 

Juan Tamariz Examining Blindfolds

A regular segment from Luna De Verano involves looking back on particular genres of magic performance through history, including old and rare film footage. This episodes segment focuses on magicians and mentalists who performed demonstrations while blindfolded. 

Luna De Verano was a television program produced in spain for Canal Sur in 1990. We would like to thank Juan Tamariz and Luis Piedrahita for making this content available. 

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