How’s this for good timing: hot off the announcement that Richard Turner’s life is being turned into a feature film comes a huge Genii Magazine review of the documentary that serves as its inspiration.
The ten-page cover story is a huge, in-depth analysis of Dealt, the documentary of Richard Turner’s life; a life of hardship, tenacity, and a dogged pursuit of perfection. Turner may be legally blind, but that hasn’t stopped him from becoming one of the greatest living cardsharps on the planet, and Jon Racherbaumer offers a unique perspective on the film and the magic found within it.
Also within this month’s pages are a story on ProMystic and the evolution of mentalism in the 21st century, correspondence from the 1920s featuring a Death Ray Gun built by the Great Leon, and tons of trick, DVD, and book reviews from a host of magical columnists.
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