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Edward Marlo, "Senator" Clark Crandall The Strip-Out Shift Related toVariations The Multiple Shift 22
Edward Marlo Distribution Shuffle setting four angle jogsRelated to The Patented Shuffle (Issue 3 Shuffle and Cut Discoveries) 9
Edward Marlo A Matching Routine stay stack routine with six phasesVariations Faro Controlled Miracles 31
Martin A. Nash A Gambler Sits Down faros and second dealing, several phases, ends with royal flush The Cardiste (Issue 13) 14
Martin A. Nash A Control for Selected Cards The Cardiste (Issue 13) 16
Martin A. Nash A Deck Switch secret pocket in jacket The Cardiste (Issue 13) 17
Edward Marlo Lasso-Due-Tre Ace, Two and Three, named value transforms into selection, two methodsInspired byVariations Hierophant (Issue 2) 67
Edward Marlo One-Cut, Double-Control center slip cut, see notes on page 165Variations Hierophant (Issue 2) 72
Martin A. Nash Martin Nash on the Sandwich Effect Hierophant (Issue 3) 161
Martin A. Nash Lasso-Due-Tre Inspired by Hierophant (Issue 3) 162
Edward Marlo, Martin A. Nash One-Cut, Double-Control handling for three selectionsInspired by Hierophant (Issue 3) 165
Dai Vernon, Harry Lorayne, Don Costello The Card Sharp and the Four Gamblers with four Kings kicker and storyInspired byVariations Reputation-Makers 11
Karl Fulves No-Crimp Ace Cutting setting 4 side jogsRelated to Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 84
Edward Marlo Special to the Expert center dealing from different positions, stepped/jogged cards, secret incomplete faro conditionRelated to The Unexpected Card Book 239
Martin A. Nash Replacement of the Double Lift The Slide, The Drop, The Bookleaf Turnover, One-Handed Turnover, The Twist Ever So Sleightly 20
Martin A. Nash Ear Full of Cider three cards, different backs jump around Ever So Sleightly 111
Martin A. Nash Removing one card similar to ATFUS Ever So Sleightly 74
Martin A. Nash 1, 2, 3 Simplicity ace, two or three changes into selection, see p. 444 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 82
Martin A. Nash The Quick Change Artist Ever So Sleightly 65
Martin A. Nash The New Hofzinser Change breakless, see p. 442 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 39
Martin A. Nash Slip-Slide Ever So Sleightly 112
Martin A. Nash Matter through Matter that Matters three cards singly Ever So Sleightly 89
Martin A. Nash Kelly Glide Ever So Sleightly 75
Martin A. Nash Up-and-Down Shuffle transfering cards from top to bottom or bottom to top Ever So Sleightly 58
Martin A. Nash Free Cut Faro Sandwich Free Cut Principle & Faro Ever So Sleightly 99
Martin A. Nash Step Glimpse Handling Ever So Sleightly 62
Martin A. Nash Scaling The Change deck in other hand, card is thrown and caught Ever So Sleightly 36
Martin A. Nash Snap Change Handling back to back cards Ever So Sleightly 126
Martin A. Nash Nash's Multiple Shift to top, see p. 442 for additional creditingVariations Ever So Sleightly 30
Martin A. Nash The Fastest Location in the West very quick Ever So Sleightly 86
Martin A. Nash The Table Faro Revisited see p. 443 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 41
Martin A. Nash Bottom and Top Switch Ever So Sleightly 48
Martin A. Nash Cop Switch Ever So Sleightly 48
Martin A. Nash The Louisiana Switch see p. 443 for additional creditingRelated to Ever So Sleightly 46
Martin A. Nash Martin's Pride Ever So Sleightly 46
Martin A. Nash $10,000 Ace Routine McDonald's Aces without gaffs Ever So Sleightly 118
Martin A. Nash Corner Crimp Removal Ever So Sleightly 85
Martin A. Nash One-Handed Second Deal simple Ever So Sleightly 86
Stephen Minch Introduction Martin A. Nash - The M.A.N. and his Philosophy Ever So Sleightly 9
Martin A. Nash Vernash's Aces faros and Free Cut Principle, see p. 443 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 70
Martin A. Nash The Three to Seven Hand Poker Stack faro & second dealing, see p. 444 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 96
Martin A. Nash Kings and Aces Bamboozle ace transformation kicker Ever So Sleightly 102
Martin A. Nash Slop Shuffle Handling Ever So Sleightly 79
Martin A. Nash A New Peek Quicky three (or more), see p. 443 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 62
Martin A. Nash Nine Times Location nine cards Ever So Sleightly 124
Martin A. Nash No-Air-Pressure Turnover Related to Ever So Sleightly 126
Martin A. Nash Aces For Experts Only any ace called forRelated toVariations Ever So Sleightly 58
Martin A. Nash Beating the Cheat Poker specator switch cardsRelated to Ever So Sleightly 132
Martin A. Nash Spinning the Aces see p. 444 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 93
Martin A. Nash Action Reverse Shuffle using tabled riffle shuffle, see p. 442 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 34
Martin A. Nash Gambler's Cop with table edge transfer kind of Tenkai position at table edge Ever So Sleightly 90
Martin A. Nash Knock-Out Add-On on a tabled packet with double deal, see p. 442 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 29
Martin A. Nash Kings Incognito combo, see p. 443 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 53
Martin A. Nash Fourth Replacement - One-Handed Turnover in context of an unloading technique, see p. 442 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 24
Martin A. Nash A One-Handed Double Lift and Turnover Ever So Sleightly 28
Martin A. Nash Doing that Segregationist's Shuffle slop shuffle, secret red/black separation, see p. 444 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 79
Martin A. Nash Down the Garden Path from queens to deck, see p. 443 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 74
Martin A. Nash Turncoat two cards from two different decks, see p. 444 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 105
Martin A. Nash Milking the Peek from the break Ever So Sleightly 62
Martin A. Nash The Knock-Out Double Lift see p. 442 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 17
Karl Fulves (reviewer) Ever So Sleightly by Martin A. Nash (written by Stephen Minch) Interlocutor (Issue 12) 46
Fred Robinson (reviewer) Ever So Sleightly by Martin A. Nash (written by Stephen Minch) Pabular (Vol. 2, No. 12) 291
Martin A. Nash More Double Lift Replacements The Swing, The Catch, The Peek-a-boo Feint, The Ghost Switch, see p. 445 for additional creditingRelated toVariations Any Second Now 148
Martin A. Nash The Throw-Off Shuffle top stock Any Second Now 176
Martin A. Nash Ups and Downs see p. 447 for additional crediting Any Second Now 213
Martin A. Nash The Nash Full-Deck Shuffle Control push-through and Zarrow combination sequence, see p. 446 for additional crediting Any Second Now 177
Martin A. Nash Collectors Triumphant plot combo, faro Any Second Now 230
Doug Alker Oh No, Not Another Ace Trick Inspired by Pabular (Vol. 3, No. 11) 438
Martin A. Nash In His Cuts Triumph/Magician vs. Gambler - combo Any Second Now 262
Martin A. Nash Title Bout Gambler vs. Magician theme, see p. 449 for additional crediting Any Second Now 257
Martin A. Nash Slip-Slide Any Second Now 222
Martin A. Nash In The Nick Of Time touching only before the selection is made, see p. 447 for additional creditingRelated to Any Second Now 218
Martin A. Nash A Queen, A Queen and A Card Inbetween see p. 448 for additional crediting Any Second Now 220
Martin A. Nash A Three Card Peek Control one cut Any Second Now 174
Martin A. Nash Jack the Greek demonstrating Greek Deal Any Second Now 282
Martin A. Nash Command Performance dealing face up centers (actually greeks) Any Second Now 284
Martin A. Nash The Flip Switch mid-air-change, from pack to tableRelated to Any Second Now 184
Martin A. Nash A Second Intrusion similar to DCD, see p. 448 for additional crediting Any Second Now 232
Frank Hathaway, Martin A. Nash The Hathaway Change lapping Any Second Now 186
Martin A. Nash Man and Wife Aces Any Second Now 253
Martin A. Nash A Nash Multiple Shift Variation to bottom Any Second Now 170
Martin A. Nash The Greek Deal see p. 447 for additional crediting Any Second Now 191
Martin A. Nash Paintbrush Change Variation Any Second Now 202
Martin A. Nash The Double Lift Palm curiosity, see p. 445 for additional crediting Any Second Now 158
Martin A. Nash Charlier Type Production see p. 449 for additional crediting Any Second Now 250
Martin A. Nash Table Spread Any Second Now 179
Martin A. Nash The Second Deal Double Lift curiosity, see p. 446 for additional crediting Any Second Now 163
Martin A. Nash The Second Deal see p. 447 for additional crediting Any Second Now 188
Martin A. Nash Stud Second Deal Any Second Now 235
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
Martin A. Nash A Stranger in our Midst ace to four of clubs, on changes into selection, see p. 449 for additional crediting Any Second Now 265
Martin A. Nash The Spin-Out Center Lift see p. 446 for additional crediting Any Second Now 165
Martin A. Nash The Lift-Out Center Lift Any Second Now 166
Martin A. Nash Limited Ambitions see p. 447 for additional crediting Any Second Now 207
Martin A. Nash The Electric Aces see p. 449 for additional crediting Any Second Now 242
Martin A. Nash One-Armed Bandit one-handed, see p. 449 for additional crediting Any Second Now 246
Martin A. Nash Telstar Aces charlier type Any Second Now 249
Martin A. Nash Queens Uprageous see p. 447 for additional crediting Any Second Now 197
Martin A. Nash Sixth Replacement - The Swing turnover at corner Any Second Now 148
Martin A. Nash Diju See That! see p. 448 for additional crediting Any Second Now 224
Martin A. Nash The Impossible Spread Extraction see p. 446 for additional creditingVariations Any Second Now 179
Martin A. Nash Testing... see p. 449 for additional crediting Any Second Now 269
Martin A. Nash The Double Put-Down Any Second Now 154
Martin A. Nash Flip Deal Flourish Any Second Now 182
Martin A. Nash The Table Toss see p. 445 for additional crediting Any Second Now 155
Martin A. Nash Double Lift Table Drop from the deck Any Second Now 156
Martin A. Nash Colors On The March see p. 449 for additional crediting Any Second Now 275
Martin A. Nash Snap Turnover see p. 449 for additional crediting Any Second Now 238
Martin A. Nash A Hard Ace To Follow see p. 449 for additional crediting Any Second Now 271
Martin A. Nash Towering Triumph see p. 448 for additional creditingRelated to Any Second Now 227
Martin A. Nash The Table Double Lift Any Second Now 159
Martin A. Nash An Instant Tabled Lift see p. 445 for additional crediting Any Second Now 160
Martin A. Nash Pinochle Pinnacle see p. 448 for additional crediting Any Second Now 235
Martin A. Nash Master of the Bridge Table dealing thirteen Spades, see p. 449 for additional crediting Any Second Now 279
Jerry K. Hartman Hand Me Down specators switch cardsInspired by Card Cavalcade Four 147
Karl Fulves (reviewer) Any Second Now by Martin A. Nash (written by Stephen Minch) Interlocutor (Issue 25) 98
John F. Mendoza Impossible Poker Demonstration aces cut to in named order, shuffled back and cut to again (Estimation Aces), roll-over production with Royal Flushes, ten handed deal first with aces, then two royal flushes (Marlo-Gardner principle), optional color changing deck kickerInspired by The Book of John 7
Martin A. Nash Triple Clip-Steal, The - e) 5) Reloading of palmed cards on bottom tabled, right hand Tenkai Palm Sleight Unseen 350
Martin A. Nash Found in the Shuffle as a skill demo Sleight Unseen 397
Martin A. Nash Triple Clip-Steal, The - e) 4) A hand-to-hand Palm Transfer Sequence left hand cop to right hand Tenkai Sleight Unseen 350
Martin A. Nash The Triple Clip-Steal different replacement methods Sleight Unseen 339
Martin A. Nash Holding Out interlocking finger display Sleight Unseen 348
Martin A. Nash Triple Clip-Steal, The - e) 2) The Tenkai Palm Sleight Unseen 348
Martin A. Nash The Hamsley Count Hamman Count Variation from Elmsley grip Sleight Unseen 299
Martin A. Nash The Earl's Dilemma long sandwich combo Sleight Unseen 380
Martin A. Nash Double Indemnity mistake and recovery Sleight Unseen 376
Martin A. Nash Jog Classic Force no break Sleight Unseen 415
Martin A. Nash Honest Aces Variation variation with doubles distributed in the deck Sleight Unseen 432
Martin A. Nash Palm Unseen Sleight Unseen 361
Edward Marlo, Martin A. Nash Tabled Palm Load Sleight Unseen 389
Martin A. Nash Did-Dan-Dunbury Sleight Unseen 412
Martin A. Nash Machine-Gun Centers Sleight Unseen 405
Martin A. Nash Poker Smoker centers, not presented as centers though Sleight Unseen 422
Martin A. Nash Canonization dealing five peeked at cards in your hand, then ace cutting Sleight Unseen 434
Martin A. Nash The Trapdoor Trip Sleight Unseen 394
Martin A. Nash Priming the Pump Hamman Count Sleight Unseen 373
Martin A. Nash The Nash Multi-Center Related toVariations Sleight Unseen 336
Martin A. Nash The Stud Deal Sleight Unseen 332
Martin A. Nash The Slap-Style Center Sleight Unseen 333
Martin A. Nash The Face-Down Deal Sleight Unseen 333
Martin A. Nash The Stud Variation Sleight Unseen 328
Martin A. Nash The Scissors Center unusual take Sleight Unseen 329
Martin A. Nash The Stacked Deck Shift deck maintains order Sleight Unseen 302
Martin A. Nash The Slapped Center Sleight Unseen 330
Martin A. Nash Double Stock Shift Control controling top stock in addition Sleight Unseen 303
Martin A. Nash Any Way that you Want it named aces at named positions, false dealingRelated to Sleight Unseen 418
Martin A. Nash Switch Shift oddity Sleight Unseen 303
Martin A. Nash Reverse Switch Shift Switch Shift with reversed cards Sleight Unseen 305
Martin A. Nash The Center Double Deal Sleight Unseen 334
Martin A. Nash A One-Handed Greek Deal Sleight Unseen 320
Martin A. Nash Second Look as top card is trown to table Sleight Unseen 411
Martin A. Nash One-Handed Spinning Second Sleight Unseen 315
Martin A. Nash Gambler's Slap Second Sleight Unseen 317
Martin A. Nash Approximately Steven cutting to any card named after one riffle shuffle Sleight Unseen 424
Martin A. Nash The Eight-Card Poker Challenge stacking kings and aces for any players, faro & second deal Sleight Unseen 408
Martin A. Nash Impossible Double Card-Change only set-up is explained, Ciruclar - Eidetic - combo Sleight Unseen 310
Martin A. Nash The Scissors Second unusual take Sleight Unseen 312
Martin A. Nash The Slavic Second perpendicular deck in dealing position Sleight Unseen 318
Martin A. Nash Aciduous Aces Sleight Unseen 367
Martin A. Nash All Challenges Met real thing, estimation, riffle cull Sleight Unseen 436
Harvey Rosenthal, Martin A. Nash Outjogged Placement variation Sleight Unseen 382
Martin A. Nash Honest Aces Related to Sleight Unseen 428
Martin A. Nash It Can't Happen Here cutting to any value named, stack (Mental Topper) Sleight Unseen 430
Dad Stevens, Martin A. Nash Stevens Control - as a Cull several applications in the routines to follow Sleight Unseen 425
Martin A. Nash Honest Aces Shuffle Sleight Unseen 428
Martin A. Nash The Cartwheel Double disarming Sleight Unseen 307
Dan Tong, Martin A. Nash Pad Spread - Variation spreading three cards on table as two Sleight Unseen 390
Martin A. Nash Unkown Speller's Central four card set-up Sleight Unseen 415
Martin A. Nash Slippery Strippers pseudo Stripper Deck demo with normal cards Sleight Unseen 401
Martin A. Nash Faro Flam apparently IF Control is used Sleight Unseen 404
Martin A. Nash Triple Clip-Steal, The - e) 1) The Gambler's Flat Palm Sleight Unseen 347
Martin A. Nash The Sandwich Center mates on top, signed card presentation Sleight Unseen 393
Martin A. Nash Triple Clip-Steal, The - e) 3) The Master Palm Sleight Unseen 350
Martin A. Nash A Problem With Fulves Progressive Triumph Plot Sleight Unseen 355
Martin A. Nash Double Stop two peeked at cards Sleight Unseen 406
Unknown The Louisiana Switch tabledRelated to John: Verse Two 64
Martin A. Nash Aces for Experts Only any ace called forInspired by Ovation 2
Martin A. Nash Up & Down Shuffle transfering cards from top to bottom or bottom to top Ovation 3
Harry Lorayne, Dai Vernon, Don Costello, Martin A. Nash The Card Sharp and the Four Gamblers Related to Ovation 4
Martin A. Nash Any Way That You Want It named aces at named positions, false dealingInspired by Ovation 6
Martin A. Nash The Side-Pocket Swindle card located in pocket, shuffle tracking presentation, deck switchRelated to Ovation 7
Edward Marlo, Martin A. Nash A Matching Routine Inspired byVariations Ovation 9
Martin A. Nash Honest Aces shorter descriptionInspired by Jacks or Better 2
Martin A. Nash Honest Aces Shuffle Jacks or Better 2
Martin A. Nash Testing... shorter descriptionInspired by Jacks or Better 2
Martin A. Nash Any Way that you Want it brief descriptionInspired by Jacks or Better 3
Martin A. Nash A Nash Multiple Shift Variation brief Jacks or Better 3
Martin A. Nash A Nash Multiple Shift Variation brief Ovation 6
Martin A. Nash Delayed-Action Center Deal brief Jacks or Better 4
Martin A. Nash, Dai Vernon Fast Stack riffle stacking for 4, 5 or 6 hands, handling of unpublished Vernon effect Jacks or Better 5
Martin A. Nash A Hard Ace to Follow Related to Jacks or Better 6
Martin A. Nash The Earl's Dilemma long sandwich combo, shorter descriptionInspired by Jacks or Better 7
Harvey Rosenthal, Martin A. Nash Outjog Placement Variation Jacks or Better 7
Edward Marlo, Martin A. Nash Tabled Palm Load brief Jacks or Better 9
Martin A. Nash Credence peeked-at card vanishes and reappears at named number, center deal Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 4, No. 11) 561
Martin A. Nash Side-Jog Center Deal for single card Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 4, No. 11) 561
Martin A. Nash, Jim Cooper Delayed Action Center Deal as a double deal Card News '82 61
Martin A. Nash Knock-Out Double Lift Card News '82 137
Martin A. Nash, Christian Scherer Ghost Switch Variation as a color changeInspired by Card News '82 139
Martin A. Nash, Christian Scherer Flip Switch Variation with multiple cards, delayed transformation Card News '82 141
Jeff Busby (reviewer) Ovation by Martin A. Nash (written by Stephen Minch) Epoptica (Issue 2) 86
Jeff Busby (reviewer) Jacks or Better by Martin A. Nash (written by Stephen Minch) Epoptica (Issue 2) 87
Frederick Braue, Martin A. Nash Braue-Type-Switch Card Finesse 54
Bobby Bernard A "Sure-Fire" Turnover Top card flips over as deck is dropped from hand to handRelated to The Coin and Card Magic of Bobby Bernard 87
Martin A. Nash Fast Stack 1 shuffle and some cuttingRelated to Best of Friends 74
Martin A. Nash, Christian Scherer Flip Switch as a production of two cardsRelated to Seminarheft 8
Steve Beam Super Stack - The One Second Poker Stack - The Work
- Status Report
- Synopsis of the Cull and Set-Up
- Overhand Shuffle - Four Hand Stack
- The Riffle Shuffle
- Synopsis of the Riffle Shuffles
Inspired byRelated to Super Stack - The One Second Poker Stack 2
Brother John Hamman The Pinochle Trick ungaffed, Gemini CountRelated toVariations The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2, No. 14) 130
Roberto Giobbi, Martin A. Nash Three Card Production Related to Pabular (Vol. 8, No. 7) 1249
Martin A. Nash Fear & Loathing In Las Vegas three selections are produced skillfully from shuffled deck The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 3 47
Martin A. Nash The Triple Clip Steal to near bottom The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 3 47
Martin A. Nash Disarming Hide-Out fanning deck while cards are in Gambler's Cop The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 3 48
Martin A. Nash Gambler's Slap Second The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 3 50
Martin A. Nash Disarming Hide-Out fanning deck while cards are in Gambler's Cop Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 7, No. 1) 873
Roberto Giobbi The Blindfold Stop Trick performer shouts stop, corner shortInspired by The Cardmanship of Roberto Giobbi 4
Jeff Busby (reviewer) Colors on the March by Martin A. Nash (written by Stephen Minch) Epoptica (Issue 10) 503
Jeff Busby (reviewer) Kings Incognito by Martin A. Nash (written by Stephen Minch) Epoptica (Issue 10) 503
Jose Carroll, Carmen D'Amico, Martin A. Nash The Economical Double Lift... And more D'Amicao replacement independently inventedInspired by 52 Lovers 57
Martin A. Nash, Paul Harris Knock-Out Double Lift with break Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 2, No. 9-12 Paul Harris: The Act) 42
Edward Marlo A Logical Miracle spectator finds three mates, stay stackInspired byVariations Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 12, No. 1) 1585
Paul Cummins, Martin A. Nash Honest Aces Shuffle Variation Spectacle 64
Martin A. Nash, Ernest Earick Nash Multiple Shift variation By Forces Unseen 3
Martin A. Nash Up-and-Down Shuffle transferring top cards to bottom during riffle shuffle Gene Maze And The Art Of Bottom Dealing 70
Martin A. Nash Honest Aces Shuffle leaving four Aces jogged on the table for cutting effect from a shuffled deck in use... Part Two 8
Guy Hollingworth, Martin A. Nash Center Deal Inspired by Notes on Card Tricks and Other Diversions 36
James Swain Up-the-Ladder Aces Related to Miracles with Cards 56
Martin A. Nash Block HaLo credit correction see p. 2700 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 19, No. 5) 2646
Larry Jennings The Truthful Triumph Related to Jennings '67 146
Martin A. Nash Controlling the Top Stock with a Riffle Shuffle Card College - Volume 3 645
Edward Marlo, Christian Scherer, Martin A. Nash The Tabled Multiple Shift Inspired by Card College - Volume 3 676
Martin A. Nash Honest Aces Shuffle leaving four Aces jogged on the table for cutting effect Down Under Deals 18
Martin A. Nash, Roberto Giobbi The Master Grip a peeked card is plucked from a turning ribbon spreadInspired by Card College - Volume 3 544
Dai Vernon, Martin A. Nash, Edward Marlo The Push-over Double Card College - Volume 3 573
Guy Hollingworth, Martin A. Nash Regarding false dealing. The centre deal Inspired by Drawing Room Deceptions 163
Joaquín Partagás, Martin A. Nash The Cardsharp Inspired by
  • El Prestidigitador Optimus (1900)
Related toVariations
Card College - Volume 4 873
Martin A. Nash Ghost Switch Card Fictions 68
Martin A. Nash Pinochle To Blackjack Inspired by Best of Friends - Volume III 198
Martin A. Nash Real (Center) Deal spectator shuffles and cuts, aces dealt with real (side-jog) center deal Best of Friends - Volume III 204
Martin A. Nash The Infinity Principle Diplopia 4
Martin A. Nash Mississippi Switch Best of Friends - Volume III 494
Martin A. Nash Nash Tabled Multiple Shift Lessons in Card Mastery 11
Roberto Giobbi, Juan Tamariz The Partagás Switch Plus - Triple Partagás three selections found in pocketInspired by The Art of Switching Decks 45
Adrian "Ramblar" Guerra Two-Pocket Partagás two cards found in half the deck in each pocketInspired by The Art of Switching Decks 48
Martin A. Nash The Crimp Infinity Principle, crimp center of the card, indentation with thumb Classic Fantastic 17
Arturo de Ascanio Ascanio's Double Lift Replacement Inspired byRelated to
  • "Transformations of Beauty" (The Magic of Ascanio Vol. 3, Jesus Etcheverry, p. 366)
Hidden Agenda (Issue Oct 27) 308
Jared Kopf, Brian O'Neill Shuffle Shift tabledInspired by Nothing but the Family Deck 17
Martin A. Nash, Roberto Giobbi Money in a Safe Hidden Agenda (Issue July 26) 214