The Multiple Shift
The Multiple Shift
Revolutionary Card Technique - Chapter 11
written by Edward Marlo
1961
Work of Edward Marlo
59 pages (Stapled), published by Magic, Inc.
Illustrated with drawings by Charles Aste Jr.
Language: English
(36 entries)
Data entered by Denis Behr.
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Edward Marlo The Multiple Shift credit information 1
Edward Marlo The Spade Multiple Shift bevel, single cut, with two variations inspired by "Push-in Ace Control" (Edward Marlo, 1947) 2
Edward Marlo For One Card card is inserted, but jog retained 8
Neal Elias Side Jog Multiple Shift swing cut see also "Cover Shift" (Jerry Sadowitz & Neal Elias, 1984),
varied by "LJ Swing Cut Multiple Shift" (Larry Jennings, 1997)
9
Neal Elias Double Undercut Multiple Shift to bottom 10
Edward Marlo Marlo's All Around Square Up - The Movable Jog including some jog variations 11
Edward Marlo Single Cut Side Shift 15
Edward Marlo Technical Variation of Single Side Cut Shift 17
Edward Marlo Single Cut Swivel Shift 19
Edward Marlo The Moveable Block Shift varied by "The Marlo-James Multiple Shift" (Edward Marlo & Wesley James, 2004) 19
Edward Marlo & "Senator" Clark Crandall The Strip-Out Shift see also "Crandall-Marlo Strip-Out Multiple Shift" ("Senator" Clark Crandall & Edward Marlo, 2004) 22
Edward Marlo The Push-Thru Shift 23
Edward Marlo The Shuffle Shift overhand shuffle 25
Edward Marlo & Arthur H. Buckley Shuffle Shift and Palm Off overhand shuffle multiple shift with palm off 27
Edward Marlo The Faro Shuffle Shift bringing cards together with faro shuffle 28
Edward Marlo Estimation Faro bringing cards together with faro shuffle, not 100% 30
Carmen D'Amico D'Amico's Multiple Shift sliding block 31
Bob Veeser Veeser's Bluff Multiple Shift three handlings varied by "Tweaking the Veeser Bluff Shift" (Allan Ackerman & Bob Veeser, 2012) 31
Tom Wright Tom Wright's Multiple Shift 33
Edward Marlo Marlo's Subtle Shift two methods, placing cards in same place one by one with jog or estimation 33
Edward Marlo Estimation Placement left thumb breaks deck at estimated place 34
Edward Marlo The Most Flexible Shift: Simple Shift with additional notes and the following subsections:
- The Crimped Ace
- To Get All Four Aces to Top
- To Get Three Aces to Top and One on Bottom
- To Get Two Aces to Top and Two to Bottom
- To Get Three Aces to Bottom and One on Top
- To Place All Four Aces at a Certain Number from the Top or Bottom
- To Get a Center Stock of Cards to Top or Bottom
35
Edward Marlo Aces and Numbers aces are found at numbers designated by apparently random playing cards varied by "Aces and Numbers Variation" (Edward Marlo, 1964) 38
Edward Marlo To Use in a Mental Effect how to control the block of which a card is thought of 40
Edward Marlo Simple Shift - Undercut Variation 41
Edward Marlo The Immovable Multiple Shifts: To the Bottom - Delayed Type two handlings varied by "M&H Multiple Shift" (Allan Ackerman & Edward Marlo & Paul Harris, 2012) 42
Edward Marlo & Jerry Andrus To the Top - Deck Face Down similar to Panoramic Shift see also "Panoramic Shift" (Jerry Andrus, 1976),
"Panoramic Shift Anecdote" (Karl Fulves & Carmen D'Amico, 1978)
44
Edward Marlo & Jerry Andrus Marlo Sleeve Technique from center 46
Edward Marlo The Block Shift to Top 48
Edward Marlo New Jogging Action 48
Edward Marlo Block Shift Variations two variations, for single card or multiple cards 52
Edward Marlo Concluding Observations 53
Edward Marlo The Injog Glimpse also multiple cards 56
Edward Marlo Marlo's Turnaround Glimpse 56
Edward Marlo Marlo's Side Squaring Glimpse glimpsing palmed card 57
Edward Marlo Marlo's Acrobatic Aces four aces travel to top repeatedly, then to pocket 57