FROM Luke Korem
Richard Turner on being one of the world's best card magicians Richard Turner performs at LA’s Magic Castle. He calls himself a card mechanic. What many people don’t realize -- and can’t quite believe -- is that Turner is blind. The documentary “Dealt” profiles Turner.
One of world's best card magicians happens to be blind Richard Turner performs at LA’s Magic Castle. He calls himself a card mechanic, rather than a magician. But watching Turner work with a pack of cards is magical. What many people don’t realize -- and can’t quite believe -- is that Turner is blind. A new documentary comes out this weekend about Turner, called “Dealt.” Richard Turner courtesy of IFC Films
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