Mango is almost a two handed version of the Axis cut. VERY nice idea, something that anyone would at least like to attempt. The move starts with a few L Cuts, and nestles the packs into a faro-like position. Not for me, but is equal to the first Moulin Rouge. The move is incredibly knacky but any fan of the Molecule 3 cut will love playing around with this idea. Here’s the trailer if you haven’t already seen it. Dimitri is one of the few cardists that still performs for real people.
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It could have been better, but it falls a bit short. Monument dimitri arleri bottom pack in a swing cut position is swung around the hand until it reaches the top pack, where it rotates until it becomes flush with the deck. You arlero collapse the two cuts into eachother and it all comes back to the starting hand. Great to see another flourisher here Awesome reviews on the moves.
Monument DVD by Dimitri Arleri – Sydney | Melbourne | Australia
There are tons of twists and turns involved, and you do actually need to perform the Axis cut at the half way point. Not my favorite, but I’m sure someone will like it.
Definitely something worth playing around with, the grip is interesting enough to help you come up with some new ideas. It’s going to take some practice to get this one looking right, but Dimitri makes this look great. Definitely a good move, nothing wrong with the idea.
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A bit knacky, interesting concept. Interesting move, but the grip is a bit uncomfortable. Monument is a great DVD. This gives the illusion that the card isn’t moving, thus creating the isolation. Dimitri briefly explains each move from a front angle, similar to how Andrei taught in Genesis.
To anyone watching, the move basically looks like a fan spontaneously appears from nothing. However, while balancing this card on your thumb, you now have to execute a thumbless one handed monument dimitri arleri. The cut is false dimifri a bit knacky. This move is a slight variation of the Flower Fan.
This is a tough one, the motion of two rotating cards is going to take alot of practice before it becomes muscle memory. VERY nice idea, something that anyone would at least like to attempt.
The move starts with a few L Cuts, and nestles the packs into a faro-like position. The deck looks like monuemnt almost spreads itself, there is almost no motion of the hands.
One of the best moves I’ve seen in a long time.
The monumenr doesn’t really look technically impressive and it’s not something that I played around with for long. Around The Block is a one handed cut that puts a new spin on the Swing cut. The Angel Cut is basically what it’s name implies.
Here’s the trailer if you haven’t already seen it. Dimitri Arleri is one of the most reputable cardists in the community right now. Not for everyone, but an experienced cardist can handle it. Thanks for the feedback, it’s awesome to be here. All in all, it monument dimitri arleri like Theory arlrri tried a slightly new style of explanation, but fell a bit short.
Monument DVD by Dimitri Arleri
The move is impressive and it’s a do-able way of getting into a one handed triangle. Another reason why Dimitri is one of the best. If you’re already technically capable, then this DVD has got some great ideas for you.
Mnument, Monument is a small step backwards in terms of explanation.