283 entries in Cards / Sleights / Controls / Multiple Card Controls
  
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Charles T. Jordan Placement Control cards returned to spread with known distance, brought together under key with dealing procedure The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks) 7
Laurie Ireland Four Ace Control Ireland Writes a Book 14
Unknown The Hindu Shuffle as a Substitute for the Pass one or multiple card control Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 3
Audley Walsh Two Card Control bridged deck Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 109
Unknown Multiple Card Control simple Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 92
Unknown Controlling Several Cards with Menetekel Deck Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 258
Glenn G. Gravatt Mental Vision four cards chosen and divined, pencil dot card Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 82
Unknown Slick Card Control for multiple cards Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 98
Unknown Card Control with Pencil Dot Card one or multiple cards Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 82
Theodore Annemann The Consecutive Hindu Shuffle multiple control in one hindu shuffle The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 56) 399
Theodore Annemann Nail Nick Key Control The Jinx 51-100 (Issue Winter Extra 1938/39) 368
Unknown The Stripper Cut controlling reversed cards to top in stripper deck The Stripper Deck 12
Unknown To Control Two or More Cards as four-Ace Control The Stripper Deck 8
Lu Brent Self-Shuffle observing spectator's riffle shuffle, following the card Related to The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 18) 77
Unknown Multiple Hindu Shuffle Control Tricks and Sleights 3
Warren Wiersbe Multiple Control Procedure riffle shuffles Action with Cards 6
Edward Marlo The Riffle Pass controlling a card or cards to top with a riffle shuffle Early Marlo (Issue Oddity & Other Miracles) 82
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Double Peek Location Shuffle and Palm Card Control 65
Edward Marlo The Riffle Pass controlling a card or cards to top with a riffle shuffle Early Marlo (Issue Marlo's Discoveries) 48
J. B. Bobo Multiple Card Control hindu shuffle control to bottom for one or multiple cards, crimp additionRelated to Watch This One! 15
Edward Marlo Faro Aces aces placed thirteen cards apart, brought back together via faro shuffle Marlo In Spades 16
Bill Simon Simon-Ease simple cut controlAlso published here The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 159) 639
George G. Kaplan Controlling Three Selected Cards by Means of the Corner-Short Hindu Shuffle handling The Fine Art of Magic 16
George G. Kaplan Retaining Control of several Glimpsed Cards by Means of the Corner-Short The Fine Art of Magic 14
Unknown Hindu Shuffle Control The Royal Road to Card Magic 192
The Great Maurice Multiple Card Control adding palmed cards The Phoenix 201 - 250 (Issue 213) 852
Dr. Jacob Daley Double Peek and Bilateral Side Steal two breaks Expert Card Technique 470
Dai Vernon Multiple Card Control Hindu Shuffle and crimp/locatorRelated toVariations Expert Card Technique 453
Edward Marlo Marlo's Step Control multiple cuts to table sequences to control peeked-at cards
A. To Control One Or More Cards To The Top
B. To Control One Or More Cards To Bottom
C. Double Peek Control - Top and Bottom
D. Double Peek to Bottom
E. Double Peek To Top
F. Triple Peek to Bottom
G. Triple Peek To The Top
Control Systems 12
Edward Marlo Cut Control sequences to control peeked at cards with in the hands cuts
A. Cut Control to the Top
B. Bottom or Top Cut Control
C. Double Peek Cut Control to Top
D. Double Peek Cut Control to Bottom
E. Alternate Cut Control
F. Triple Peek Cut Control
G. Triple Peek Cut Control No. 2
Control Systems 48
Edward Marlo The Double Peek for two selections at different positions Control Systems 6
Edward Marlo The Triple Peek for three selections at different positions Control Systems 8
Edward Marlo To Control Cards Singly To the Bottom controlling multiple peeked cards one by one Control Systems 26
Edward Marlo To Control Two Peeked At Cards with basically one cut to table Control Systems 27
Edward Marlo To Control Six or More Cards Quickly in two sets of three cards each Control Systems 29
Edward Marlo Quadruple Peek Control four individual breaks, running cut to table
A. Quadruple Peek Control to the Bottom
B. Quadruple Peek Control to the Top
Control Systems 63
Edward Marlo The Five Card Peek Control running cut sequence, with 5 actual breaks Control Systems 79
Edward Marlo To Control Three Peeked Cards with basically one cut to tableRelated to Control Systems 28
Edward Marlo The Shuffle Control sequences to control peeked at cards with overhand shuffles, one by one or more at once
A. Shuffle Control for One or More Cards to the Top
B. Shuffle Control to Bottom
C. Double Peek Shuffle Control to Bottom
D. Double Peek Shuffle Control with Repeat
E. Double Peek Shuffle Control to Top and Bottom
F. Double Peek Shuffle Control to Bottom by Pull Out Method
G. Triple Peek Shuffle Control to the Bottom
Control Systems 32
Edward Marlo Delayed Fan Control step fan, as Triple Peek Control, two methods Control Systems 83
Edward Marlo Delayed Spread Control spreading deck with jogged selections, as two card peek control Control Systems 87
Edward Marlo Delayed Crimp Control crimping peeked card, complete edge bent Control Systems 91
Edward Marlo Combination Controls for two, three or four peeked cards Control Systems 95
Edward Marlo Two Card Peek Control Control Systems 103
Bill Simon The Two Card Peek two cards, two cuts, on top and bottom, throwing off magicians Effective Card Magic 97
Bill Simon Simon-Ease simple cut controlAlso published here The Best in Magic 142
Edward Marlo Multiple Card Control Sequence imperfection, nailnick, edgemark Fingertip Control 7
Edward Marlo First Method forced estimation, fishingRelated to Fingertip Control 5
Edward Marlo Third Method cornershort, see note on page 22 Fingertip Control 8
Edward Marlo Fourth Method - Multiple Control Injog Fingertip Control 13
Edward Marlo Fifth Method steps in advance Fingertip Control 13
Edward Marlo Free Force Principle re-forcing following cards Fingertip Control 17
Edward Marlo Free Force multiple card control, re-forcing the break Fingertip Control 17
Edward Marlo Concluding Observations: Note 1 two cards peeked for using Technical Side Steal Side Steal 57
Edward Marlo Multiple Holdout palming multiple cards from different positions Side Steal 15
Edward Marlo Control of the Aces four card control using faro shuffles, different versions Faro Notes 19
Edward Marlo Faro Fooler #10 three cards Faro Notes 60
Edward Marlo Faro as a Control how to control a card at known position to top with faro shuffles, with subsections:
- Less Than 52
- With Two Cards
- For 2 Cards at Undetermined Positions
Inspired by Faro Notes 2
Edward Marlo The Left Over Faro Shuffle partial faro as an ace multiple control Faro Notes 14
Edward Marlo Placement Shuffle placing aces thirteen cards apart, with stacking application Faro Notes 18
Edward Marlo Seventh Fooler two cards Faro Notes 54
Edward Marlo The 17th Location two cards Faro Notes 67
Edward Marlo The 13th Location three selections Faro Notes 68
Edward Marlo The Faro Shuffle Shift bringing cards together with faro shuffle The Multiple Shift 28
Edward Marlo Estimation Faro bringing cards together with faro shuffle, not 100% The Multiple Shift 30
Edward Marlo Triple Estimation Peek two methods (three key cards and one key card) Estimation 42
Max Malini Multiple Control see also p. 29 for Malini's handling when spectator does not want to replace the card at the needed position Malini and His Magic 25
Unknown Two Card Peek Control Close-up Card Magic 143
Unknown Overhand Shuffle Control two selections Close-up Card Magic 39
Harry Lorayne The Inseparable Four four kings shuffled in four packets, then together, then all kings together in middle, optional faroRelated to Close-up Card Magic 148
Harry Lorayne Spread Control table spread, bold Close-up Card Magic 121
Dai Vernon Vernon's Aces aces separated in four piles, brought together to top via faroVariations Close-up Card Magic 162
Edward Marlo Secret Incomplete Faro Condition very fine unsquared condition Faro Controlled Miracles 34
Edward Marlo Pull Down Control procedure that sets two peeked-at selections at positions nine (or x) from top and bottom Faro Controlled Miracles 19
Edward Marlo Overhand Placement Control procedure that sets two selections at positions nine (or x) from top and bottom with overhand shuffle Faro Controlled Miracles 20
Edward Marlo The Follow Up four piles with ace on top of each, deck assembled, riffle sequence, aces on bottom The Patented Shuffle (Issue 3 Shuffle and Cut Discoveries) 12
Harry Lorayne Spread Control table spread Personal Secrets 19
Edward Marlo Double Peek Matching full stack Faro Controlled Miracles 33
Edward Marlo Faro Divider Controls - For Two Cards
- For Three Cards
Faro Controlled Miracles 2
Edward Marlo Marlo Faro Control - Two Card Faro Control using a locator card Faro Controlled Miracles 24
Edward Marlo Three Card Faro Control using a locator card Faro Controlled Miracles 24
Edward Marlo Five Card Faro Control using a locator card Faro Controlled Miracles 25
Edward Marlo Six Card Faro Control using a locator card Faro Controlled Miracles 26
Edward Marlo Seven Card Faro Control using a locator card (doesn't work? see following version for eight cards) Faro Controlled Miracles 27
Edward Marlo Eight Card Faro Control using a locator card Faro Controlled Miracles 27
Edward Marlo Triple Faro Control openly controlling aces while secretly controlling two more sets of four-of-a-kinds Faro Controlled Miracles 39
Edward Marlo No Key - Faro Aces without key cards and countingRelated to Faro Controlled Miracles 5
Edward Marlo Key - Faro Aces setting aces as keys for a multiple controlRelated to Faro Controlled Miracles 8
Neal Elias, Edward Marlo Packet Handling for Faro Fooler #12 two separated face up cards come together to sandwich selection, two more methods, see also page 13 for further handling details:
- Regarding Three Selections and Crimp Card
- On Packet Handling
- The No Key Card Triple Selection Discovery
Related to Faro Controlled Miracles 12
Edward Marlo Marlo's Double Discovery two locator cards discover two chosen cards, faro Faro Controlled Miracles 16
Edward Marlo Four Card Faro Control using a locator cardRelated to Faro Controlled Miracles 25
Edward Marlo Nine and Ten Card Faro Control using a locator card Faro Controlled Miracles 27
Edward Marlo Faro Double Control openly controlling aces while secretly controlling other cards (e.g. kings) Faro Controlled Miracles 36
Edward Marlo Marlo's Four Card Miracle four selections, faro control, cut to the aces with selections Faro Controlled Miracles 47
Dai Vernon Double Peek Control Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 132
Dai Vernon Multiple Peek Control one after the other Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 134
Dai Vernon Three Break Control Related to Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 132
Edward Marlo Incomplete Double Peek Control two cards, one after the other Faro Fantasy 17
Unknown Double Peek Control Expert Card Mysteries 31
Edward Marlo One-Cut, Double-Control center slip cut, see notes on page 165Variations Hierophant (Issue 2) 72
Martin A. Nash A Control for Selected Cards The Cardiste (Issue 13) 16
Harry Lorayne Half a Faro Onward three cards peeked from Incomplete Faro Condition, random cards turned over, they sandwich selections after faroRelated to HEX! 30
Edward Marlo Two Card Control two methods of Jog Control, in-the-hands Advanced Fingertip Control 57
Edward Marlo Drop Control Procedure two or three cards, running cuts on table Advanced Fingertip Control 30
Edward Marlo Marlo's Favorite (Three Card Control) sequence for three consecutive selections Advanced Fingertip Control 17
Edward Marlo 1-2 Order Control sequence for two consecutive selections Advanced Fingertip Control 18
Edward Marlo Double Peek Control (Table Riffle Shuffle) two steps Advanced Fingertip Control 19
Edward Marlo The Triple Control (Table Riffle Shuffle) three steps Advanced Fingertip Control 20
Edward Marlo The Double Fingertip Peek two steps & control Advanced Fingertip Control 26
Edward Marlo Triple Fingertip Peek three steps & control Advanced Fingertip Control 28
Edward Marlo Side Cut Handling two steps Advanced Fingertip Control 29
Edward Marlo D.F.C. Procedure for the Triple Fingertip Control Advanced Fingertip Control 32
Edward Marlo Further Suggestions using Definite Fingertip Peek Controls Advanced Fingertip Control 34
Edward Marlo Two Card Control with Fingertip Peek and Glimpses Advanced Fingertip Control 41
Edward Marlo The Double Fingertip Peek two steps followed by tabled cutting and shuffle combinations, multiple methods Advanced Fingertip Control 49
Edward Marlo Triple Fingertip Control corner short card (Marlo Key Card) Advanced Fingertip Control 66
Edward Marlo Impromptu Methods - Double Fingertip Control
- Quadruple Fingertip Control
- Six Card Fingertip Peek
Advanced Fingertip Control 66
Edward Marlo The Marked Deck "how to control it, without obviously running through the pack to find it, is our concern"
- For One Card
- For Two Cards
- For Three Cards
Advanced Fingertip Control 71
Edward Marlo Double Crimp D.F.C. two card controlInspired by Advanced Fingertip Control 90
Edward Marlo Corner Short Control multiple cards one by one using Marlo Key Card, tabled shuffles Advanced Fingertip Control 104
Edward Marlo Fingertip Peek & Stripper Deck Advanced Fingertip Control 157
Edward Marlo Double Key Card Throw-Off peeked cards, two methods Advanced Fingertip Control 38
Edward Marlo Jog Control Technique after (multiple) peek, the breaks are made into angle jogs and the control continued from there on table
- Double Control (two methods, see also page 63 for suggestion)
- Triple Control
- Four Card Control
see page 156 for additional observations
Advanced Fingertip Control 51
Edward Marlo, Martin A. Nash One-Cut, Double-Control handling for three selectionsInspired by Hierophant (Issue 3) 165
Karl Fulves Combination Control controlling two selections in stripper deck with tabled riffle shuffles Faro & Riffle Technique (Issue Third Supplement) 80
Edward Marlo Easy Tabled Control controlling multiple cards singly, dated 1961Inspired by Advanced Fingertip Control 102
Edward Marlo The L-C-M Control three cards, odd pack, straddle farosRelated to Hierophant (Issue 3) 143
Harry Lorayne Multiple Incomplete Faro Control counting while riffling Reputation-Makers 136
Roy Walton Two-Card Faro Control impromptu, placing selections so they come together with faro shuffle On the Clock Effect 14
Cliff Green Multiple Control using injogged card as short card Dingle's Deceptions 1
Edward Marlo Ruse Cull ruse to cull control two selections, Gemini Twins procedure (Locatrik) as lead-in for Jennings' routineInspired byRelated to Kabbala - Volume 1 (Vol. 1, No. 9) 74
Dr. Jacob Daley Double Peek Control Variations Super Subtle Card Miracles 171
Edward Marlo Automatic Placement Double Control, Plus One The Unexpected Card Book 89
Edward Marlo A Three Packet Estimation multiple card control via estimation, spelling application mentioned The Unexpected Card Book 238
Edward Marlo System Controls up to 4 peeked cards, cutting procedure combined with distant key card and a faro The Unexpected Card Book 128
Edward Marlo Miracle Faro Reverse two peeked at cards reverse themselves one at a time The Unexpected Card Book 81
Paul Swinford Duo Control two card control Card Cavalcade 3 111
Edward Marlo Double & Triple Fingertip Peek using Secret Incomplete Faro Condition Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 302
Edward Marlo Combination Control various Methods Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 305
Edward Marlo Double and Triple Peek Controls Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 291
Martin A. Nash Milking the Peek from the break Ever So Sleightly 62
Edward Marlo Two & Three Card Control using Secret Incomplete Faro Condition Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 301
Darwin Ortiz Combination Aces free cut principle, faros Afterthoughts 77
Peter Kane, Ken Krenzel, Francis Carlyle The Gun card shoots out of incomplete faro deck, card gun, presentation and patterInspired by The Magic of Francis Carlyle 5
Martin A. Nash Vernash's Aces faros and Free Cut Principle, see p. 443 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 70
Trevor Lewis A Mixed Bag various card and coin idaes
- partial stack and zarrow shuffle
- double Riffle Control
- Middle Deal (false)
- Palm Conscious (gag)
- Transpo Plus (coin transposition)
- Ladies In Waiting (four queens reverse in the deck)
Pabular (Vol. 2, No. 5) 205
Edward Marlo Multiple Packet Faro Control three cards Kabbala - Volume 3 (Vol. 3, No. 2) 20
Martin A. Nash The Move-That's-Not-A-Move Move as a two card control, see p. 446 for additional crediting Any Second Now 172
Mark Weston Bluff Card Shift Pabular (Vol. 3, No. 7&8) 379
Martin A. Nash A Three Card Peek Control one cut Any Second Now 174
Ross Bertram Three Card Control Sequence Magic and Methods of Ross Bertram 143
Ken Krenzel The Block-Cover Pass Two-Card Control The Card Classics of Ken Krenzel 219
Richard Kaufman Variation of the Tilt Load setting up for rising card sequence, multiple cards On the Up and Up 17
Frederick Braue Braue Addition & Switch as multiple control The Book of John 78
Dr. Jacob Daley, Christian Scherer Double Peek Control Variation Inspired by Eine Handvoll Kartenkunstst├╝cke 61
Edward Marlo In Fingertip Control using an injog, also as force and multiple control Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 39
Unknown Multiple Tap Through Control CardMagic 68
Martin A. Nash The Triple Clip-Steal different replacement methods Sleight Unseen 339
Harry Lorayne "Super" Ace Control aces together in center, jog fan, riffle shuffle Quantum Leaps 77
Karl Fulves Visible Strip-Out handling for "Riffle Placement"Related to Riffle Shuffle Control 6
Edward Marlo Faro Fantastiques 49 card deck, several spectatators shuffle packets and remember card, selections appear in one poker hand, 3 presentations Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 359
Edward Marlo The 49 Control five cards Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 363
Edward Marlo Effect two cards, using double automatic placement Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 364
Edward Marlo Simple Shift French Pasteboards 37
Paul LePaul Automatic Jog-Control for two selections Secrets of a "Puerto Rican Gambler" 31
Dai Vernon, Daryl Martinez Double Peek Control Inspired by Secrets of a "Puerto Rican Gambler" 19
Daryl Martinez Tabled Two Card Control two methods, from injogs Secrets of a "Puerto Rican Gambler" 35
Harry Lorayne Spread Control table spread Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 3, No. 6) 359
Unknown Overhand Shuffle Control break, face up shuffle Jim Ryan Close-Up: Entertaining Card Quickies 21
Roger Crosthwaite Multiple Card Control with the Crosthwaite Key Card The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 23
Jon Racherbaumer, Edward Marlo Easy Way Faro Fooler three card control The Lost Pages of the Kabbala 62
Jon Racherbaumer Running Cut Control using swing cuts Card Finesse 137
Unknown Bluff Fan Insertion apparently at different positions in fan Best of Friends 453
Dai Vernon Triple Break Control For Your Entertainment Pleasure 81
Larry Jennings Double Peek One Cut Control Best of Friends 312
Unknown Double Peek Control using running cut Sessions 5
Edward Marlo Double Peek Control running cut to table with slip cut Sessions 20
Edward Marlo C-S Control to place the cards together at a known position with cuts, originally from Control Systems Marlo without Tears 273
Edward Marlo The Roman Pick-up Control Marlo without Tears 270
Edward Marlo Multiple Peek Placement Control Marlo's Plus Package 82
Robert Gardner Multiple Control, Inc. Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 6, No. 10) 833
Edward Marlo The L-C-M Control three cards, odd pack, straddle farosRelated to Marlo without Tears 272
Edward Marlo Dribbel Free Force multiple dribble control, same position forced Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 311
Edward Marlo Dribble Plus Delayed O.K. Move Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 313
Edward Marlo Dribble Application to O.K. Move multiple card control to bottom with kelly/ovette placement Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 313
Martin A. Nash The Triple Clip Steal to near bottom The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 3 47
J. B. Bobo Multiple Card Control hindu shuffle control to bottom for one or multiple cards, crimp addition Fork Full of Appetizers - Book 2 5
Edward Marlo Another Multiple Convincing Control Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 132
Edward Marlo Unlimited Convincing Control suitable for a lot of cards Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 133
Edward Marlo The Last Resort multiple cards possible Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 278
Edward Marlo Multiple Convincing Control tip for "Convincing Control Reverse" from Vol. 3 Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 99
Edward Marlo Multiple Convincing Control also into palm Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 124
Edward Marlo Tips Marlo Cull (page 122) as multiple control and tip for Convincing Control (see pages 109 & 257) Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 268
Unknown Two Card Peek incomplete faro, control Fork Full of Appetizers - Book 2 3
Edward Marlo Dribble Free Force Formula One Close-Up 1
Unknown Locator Card scallop short, for multiple control The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 7
Karl Fulves Riffle Control The Collected Almanac (Vol. 3, No. 34, 35 & 36) 363
Frederick Braue Braue Double Control two cards, hindu shuffle (1960) The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 3) 18
Edward Marlo Control of 3 Cards Thirty Five Years Later 34
Dai Vernon Triple Peek Control The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 5 19
Edward Marlo Easy Multiple Convincing Control Thirty Five Years Later 52
Edward Marlo 53 Cards Won't Do three card peeked from incomplete faro position found by three sandwiches, secretly preserves orderRelated to Thirty Five Years Later 47
Roger Klause Multiple Control basically forcing the same spot again and again Darwin Ortiz at the Card Table 90
Edward Marlo New Approach I.F. Control nine approaches, one or two selections, sometimes using 26 memorized cardsRelated to Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 154
Larry Jennings Double Shake-Out two peeked at cards (incomplete faro condition) slide out when deck is shaken The Cardwright 169
Karl Fulves Riffle Control incomplete riffle shuffle The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 87
Robert Gardner Twice Nice Incomplete Faro Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 12, No. 3) 1611
John Quine Slider Aces concept, faro a packet into the deck and push it through, being in control of cards, for a Cutting the Aces routineInspired by The Minotaur (Vol. 1, No. 1) 7
Steve Spillman, Doc Eason Bogus Control - Spill's Bogus Multiple Selection
- The Evolved Handling
Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 3, No. 1-5 Aspen Bar Magic) 21
Harry Lorayne Spread Control table spread Trend Setters 153
Edward Marlo Cull Control Card cull as control, without outjog That's It 36
Harry Lorayne, Edward Marlo Without A Clue finding out name of cards peeked at in incomplete faro condition by glimpsing cards in bottom half, full stackRelated to Trend Setters 44
Harry Lorayne Without A Clue, Impromptu finding out positions of two peeked at cards in incomplete faro condition via bottom half Trend Setters 52
Steve Beam Double Dealer two cards at number, with incomplete faroRelated to The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 32) 579
Steve Pressley The Under Control The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 39) 709
John Riggs The Eggroll Peek several cards, peek and overhand shuffle The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 39) 717
Steve Beam A Match Made in Zebulon (A Suburb of Knightdale) two selection found at same position when deck is cut in halfInspired by The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 41) 731
Dr. James Nuzzo Nuzzo's Simul-Steal side-steal for two peeked-at cards Card Finesse II 153
Edward Marlo Triple Faro Control openly controlling aces while secretly controlling two more sets of four-of-a-kinds The Olram File (Issue 12) 10
Dai Vernon 3 Card Control very brief note More Greater Magic 1247
Alex Elmsley Multiple Hindu Shuffle Control The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 471
Karl Fulves Top Secret aces lost via tabled shuffles without crimps, then back on top Crooked Tales 90
Juan Tamariz 5. A Possibility that Opens a Thousand Doors - The TPC with Several Cards The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 9
Juan Tamariz On the extraction of multiple cards TPC tip The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 20
Juan Tamariz Culling Several Cards tabled TPC handling The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 22
Alex Elmsley The Fan and Weave Controls two handlings of an ingenious control:
- The Fan and Weave Control
- The Fan and Weave Double Control
Related toVariations The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 335
Alex Elmsley Fan and Weave Control to any Position extension with two cardsInspired by The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 442
Lennart Green The Grouped Snap Deal Snap Deal with multiple cards Snap Deal 14
Edward Marlo A Peek Control for Two Cards Card College - Volume 1 75
Dai Vernon The Multiple Peek Control Card College - Volume 1 76
Unknown Hindu Shuffle Card Controls Card College - Volume 1 160
Unknown As You Like It magician cuts to named four-of-a-kind Card College - Volume 1 192
Steve Bedwell The "Belt and Braces" Control with crimp Siamese Signatures and Other Oddities 12
James Swain The Swain Bluff Control bluff type multiple shift Miracles with Cards 100
John Scarne Overhand Shuffle Control three cards, key, see also p. 196 for variation Blocking Off 193
Guy Hollingworth Stationary Card Magic using paper clip Notes on Card Tricks and Other Diversions 22
Peter Duffie An Effortless Card Control Can be done as multiple controlInspired by Effortless Card Magic 14
Bob Davis Uniform Card Control control a card to the bottom, a gambler's type clip, reversed in the middle or set for a plunger rise
- Universal Opening
- The Bottom Control
- Gambler Clip
- Reversed in the Middle
- Plunging Forward
- Side Steal
The Trapdoor - Volume Three (Issue 65) 1301
Jerry Sadowitz Four Ace Control fair, riffle cull Thanks To Zarrow 22
Norman Houghton Bluff Multiple Shift perfect for stand-upAlso published here
  • Abracadabra, No. 1050, also Wit & Wizardry, p. 14
Card College - Volume 3 668
John Carney Carney's Natural Multiple Shift culling Card College - Volume 3 673
Bruce Cervon Two-Card Control Hard-Boiled Mysteries 123
Bruce Cervon Ace Finder for four cards Hard-Boiled Mysteries 150
Guy Hollingworth Methods of controlling & palming. Two bluff shift ("riffle force"), three handlings Drawing Room Deceptions 138
James Swain Peek, Stop, Touch three Cards selected in three different ways 21st Century Card Magic 85
Guy Hollingworth The Control of Chosen Cards paper clip Drawing Room Deceptions 89
Steve Bedwell The TC Multiple Control using thick card, selections made via dribbling Thick Schtick! 8
Lee Asher Multi Peek Control Pulp Friction with no change of bottom card Pulp Friction 8
Guy Hollingworth Stationary Card Magic using paper clip Excerpts 17
Simon Aronson The Face-Up UnDo The "UnDo Influence" control, face up version Try the Impossible 14
Simon Aronson The Face-Down UnDo The "UnDo Influence" control, face down versionVariations Try the Impossible 6
Simon Aronson Variation 1441 Variation of UnDo Influence, use Ace and Four instead of JokersInspired by Try the Impossible 10
Simon Aronson Variation 1839 Variation of UnDo Influence, use four face up cards instead of twoInspired by Try the Impossible 10
Simon Aronson Color Separation Variation on UnDo Influence to leave deck color separatedInspired by Try the Impossible 10
Simon Aronson Controlling the Aces Way to maintain control over four Aces during Divide and Conquer, can be used for Mark-a-Place AcesInspired byRelated to
  • "Mark-a-Place Aces" (Simon Aronson, The Aronson Approach, 1990)
Try the Impossible 24
Simon Aronson Faro 18/35 Restacking as an Alternative False Shuffle Use out faros to keep stack in QueenspellRelated to Try the Impossible 18
John Carney Multiple Slip culling The Book of Secrets 276
Darwin Ortiz Combination Cull free cut principle, faros Scams & Fantasies with Cards 14
Gary Plants A Card Control with locator card, originally from Precursor (Sept. 1992)
- Multiple Cards
- Selected Card to a Certain Position
- Spectator Goes Past the Break
Lecture Notes - The Second Super Session 6
Jerry Sadowitz 3 Card Control crimp and faro, inspired by Finnell's Free Cut PrincipleRelated to Cut Controls 25
Eric Mead Four-Card Control using crimpInspired by Tangled Web 72
Bruce Cervon 2 Card Control Control two cards to top with incomplete faro Bruce Cervon's Castle Notebooks - Volume 1 7
Bruce Cervon Double Incomplete control and mini effect Bruce Cervon's Castle Notebooks - Volume 1 17
Ken Krenzel The Direct-Second Control Relaxed Impossibilities 29
Ken Krenzel The Tabled Perpendicular Control see also Juan Tamariz' work on his TPCRelated to Relaxed Impossibilities 33
Jerry K. Hartman, John Guastaferro R.S. Bluff Control Variation see Means & Ends One Degree 87
John Guastaferro Double Card Control Above the Fold 48
Roberto Giobbi Multiple Peek Control one after the other Secret Agenda (Issue Feb 29) 68
Roberto Giobbi The Lift Shuffle - A Study in the Polyvalence of a Sleight - Control the top stock in one shuffle
- Control top and bottom stocks in one shuffle
- Force one or several cards
- Control a selected card
- Eliminate cards that lie on top of a wanted card
- Invert the order of individual cards on top of the deck
- Invert the order of two groups on top of the deck
- Bring a card from the top to a specific number
- Key Card Placement
- Cull one or several cards to the bottom of the deck in a single overhand shuffle
- False shuffle the entire deck
Secret Agenda (Issue Jan 19) 24
Gary Plants A Key Card Placement originally from Precursor (Sept. 1992)
- Multiple Cards
- Selected Card to a Certain Position
- Spectator Goes Past the Break
Lecture Notes - Honolulu Hawaii 10
Darwin Ortiz Tabled Control Sequence using crimp Lessons in Card Mastery 4
Dai Vernon, Roberto Giobbi Dai Vernon's Multiple Card Control hindu shuffleInspired by Confidences 107
Darwin Ortiz, Paul Griffin Ideas for "Vernon's Aces" Related to Lessons in Card Mastery 216
Aldo Colombini Fireworks Control biddle style Discoveries & Deceptions 40
John Carney Natural Multiple Shift spread culls Confident Deceptions 193
Joseph Barry Losing Procedure four cards placed in different position while dealing through deck Reverie 12
Bill Malone Malone's Control multiple selection control strategyRelated to Classic Fantastic 28
Roberto Giobbi The Lateral Insertion sideways insertion
- Control
- Multiple Shift
Related to Hidden Agenda (Issue Nov 5) 318
Edward Marlo, Roberto Giobbi Double Selection & Control two card control Standup Card Magic 138
Unknown Incomplete Faro Peek one half stacked to get position of selection In Order to Amaze 73
Benjamin Earl Isolation Procedure losing the Aces by shuffling them into four packetsRelated to Less is More 16
Edward Marlo Incomplete Faro Control A New Angle 80
Michael Feldman The Complete Faro Control Doing Marlo's Incomplete Faro Control with tapered deck, no need for incomplete faro A New Angle 84