The Patented Shuffle
The Patented Shuffle
written by Edward Marlo
1964
Work of Edward Marlo
145 pages (Spiralbound), Selfpublished
Illustrated with drawings by Edward Marlo
Language: English
(74 entries)
Data entered by Denis Behr.
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Edward Marlo Foreword 1964
Edward Marlo Marlo's Patented False Shuffle see also "Patented Shuffle Sidelights" (Edward Marlo, 1964) 1 Patented False Shuffle 1964 1
Edward Marlo In One Shuffle single shuffle sequence for Patented Shuffle 1 Patented False Shuffle 1964 7
Edward Marlo The Throw Off multiple cutting sequence to cover strip-out see also "The Pull Through Shuffle" (Dai Vernon, 1960) 1 Patented False Shuffle 1964 8
Edward Marlo The Simplex Strip Out 1 Patented False Shuffle 1964 9
Edward Marlo Blocking Off Bottom Cards obtaining break above bottom cards during riffle shuffle 1 Patented False Shuffle 1964 11
Edward Marlo Strip Out Riffle Transfer transferring x cards to bottom during strip out shuffle 1 Patented False Shuffle 1964 12
Edward Marlo Marlo's Techniques on Zarrow Shuffle 1 Patented False Shuffle 1964 13
Edward Marlo Marlo's Insurance detail for Zarrow Shuffle 1 Patented False Shuffle 1964 15
Art Altman & Edward Marlo Tilt Zarrow Shuffle 1 Patented False Shuffle 1964 17
Edward Marlo Patented Shuffle Sidelights further details see also "Marlo's Patented False Shuffle" (Edward Marlo, 1964) 1 Patented False Shuffle 1964 18
Edward Marlo Top Slip Cut tabled 2 Slip Cut 1964 1
Edward Marlo Bottom Slip Cut tabled 2 Slip Cut 1964 2
Edward Marlo Uses for Marlo's Bottom Slip Cut three techniques for bottom slip cut 2 Slip Cut 1964 3
Edward Marlo Marlo's Double Slip Cut top and bottom 2 Slip Cut 1964 4
Edward Marlo Complex Double Slip Cut top and bottom block slip cuts 2 Slip Cut 1964 4
Edward Marlo Cutting the Aces 2 Slip Cut 1964 5
Edward Marlo Aces and Four Packets 2 Slip Cut 1964 5
Edward Marlo Kings and Aces deck cut into four packets, kings on top and aces on bottom, two methods 2 Slip Cut 1964 6
Edward Marlo Triple Packet Disclosure cutting three packets, distributing three selections on top, with variations 2 Slip Cut 1964 7
Edward Marlo Alternated Ace Cutting 2 Slip Cut 1964 9
Edward Marlo Note tip for bottom slip cut 2 Slip Cut 1964 10
Edward Marlo Shuffle and Cut Discovery of Four Aces six methods, cutting into four packets 3 Shuffle and Cut Discoveries 1964 1
Edward Marlo Distribution Shuffle setting four angle jogs see also "Honest Aces" (Martin A. Nash, 1979) 3 Shuffle and Cut Discoveries 1964 9
Edward Marlo Four Shuffles Ace Location 3 Shuffle and Cut Discoveries 1964 10
Edward Marlo Four Ace Shuffle and Packet Cut Discoveries 3 Shuffle and Cut Discoveries 1964 11
Edward Marlo The Follow Up four piles with ace on top of each, deck assembled, riffle sequence, aces on bottom 3 Shuffle and Cut Discoveries 1964 12
Edward Marlo Top-Block-Transfer comments about retaining order during block transfers, doing Triumph with stacked deck 4 Transfers 1964
Edward Marlo Four Ace Location (Stacked Deck Retained) four aces shuffled into deck and cut on top of four piles, order retained see also "Sweating Bullets" (Darwin Ortiz, 2012) 4 Transfers 1964
Edward Marlo Top Block Transfer 4 Transfers 1964 1
Edward Marlo Block Transfers chapter intro 4 Transfers 1964 1
Edward Marlo Stay Stack note on stay stack 4 Transfers 1964 2
Edward Marlo Bottom Block Transfer 4 Transfers 1964 3
Edward Marlo Combination - Top and Bottom Block Transfers deck cut into four packets, kings on top and aces on bottom, order retained 4 Transfers 1964 4
Edward Marlo Stay Stack Routine deck cut into four packets, mates on top and bottom of each, rest of order retained 4 Transfers 1964 6
Edward Marlo Obtaining and Maintaining stacking four cards in one shuffle, stepped blocks, two methods 4 Transfers 1964 7
Edward Marlo Combination Methods stacking multiple cards in one shuffle, two methods, incorporating preparation methods:
- The Release (from center)
- The Step and Block
- The Preliminary Riffle
4 Transfers 1964 11
Edward Marlo Center Block Transfer stacking while retaining order 4 Transfers 1964 14
Edward Marlo The Double Block Transfer stacking while retaining order 4 Transfers 1964 16
Edward Marlo Block Transpositions exchanging two blocks on top of deck while retaining order of rest, strip out and zarrow methods 4 Transfers 1964 18
Edward Marlo Incomplete Block Transfer exchanging two blocks on top and bottom of deck 4 Transfers 1964 20
Edward Marlo Placement Process placing top card to (almost) any position with tabled riffle shuffle, rest of order retained 4 Transfers 1964 22
Edward Marlo Any Four - Repeat any value called, four of this kind is produced, riffle cull from new pack order stack 4 Transfers 1964 25
Edward Marlo Call and Stock any called value is stacked into named number of hands, from new pack order stack 4 Transfers 1964 26
Edward Marlo Left and Right Block Transfer 4 Transfers 1964 29
Edward Marlo Block Stacking see also "Block Stacking Sequence" (Edward Marlo & Darwin Ortiz, 1982) 4 Transfers 1964 34
Edward Marlo Card Placement (Deck Shuffled) placing top card to (almost) any position with tabled riffle shuffle 4 Transfers 1964 36
Edward Marlo Flexible Placement (Deck Shuffled) placing top card to (almost) any position with tabled riffle shuffle 4 Transfers 1964 37
Edward Marlo Center Stacking cards stacked while apparently being in center see also "Marlo Flexible Cull and Stock" (Edward Marlo, 1967) 4 Transfers 1964 38
Edward Marlo The Double Stack stacking two hands 4 Transfers 1964 40
Edward Marlo The Triple Stack stacking three pairs of cards 4 Transfers 1964 43
Edward Marlo Gin Rummy Stack - 1st Combination
- 2nd Combination (In Two Shuffles)
- 3rd Combination (In Two Shuffles)
4 Transfers 1964 45
Edward Marlo Four Aces Top To Bottom transferring block to bottom without cutting, inspired by Art Altman's method, two methods 4 Transfers 1964 48
Edward Marlo 4 Aces From Bottom To Top transferring block to top without cutting, two methods 4 Transfers 1964 50
Edward Marlo Bluff Poker Stack 5 I Shuffled the Cards 1964
Edward Marlo I Shuffled the Cards chapter intro 5 I Shuffled the Cards 1964 1
Edward Marlo The Three Card Cull and Stack 5 I Shuffled the Cards 1964 2
Edward Marlo Marlo Short Card like single stripper card, with handling and method to locate it like tapping, airing, ... see also "Tapping on Table" (1987) 5 I Shuffled the Cards 1964 9
Edward Marlo Tapping on Table to locate a type of short card 5 I Shuffled the Cards 1964 10
Edward Marlo Spin Out Marlo Short Card spins out of deck when shaken 5 I Shuffled the Cards 1964 12
Edward Marlo Sure Multiple Lift hit method for four cards with Marlo Short Card at position five 5 I Shuffled the Cards 1964 12
Edward Marlo Multiple Stripper Control aces are stripper cards in normal deck 5 I Shuffled the Cards 1964 12
Edward Marlo Different Short Cards see also following pages, for riffle shuffle work 5 I Shuffled the Cards 1964 13
Edward Marlo Strippers from the Manufacturer called "The Great Discovery", see also page 155 of Advanced Fingertip Control 5 I Shuffled the Cards 1964 16
Edward Marlo Two Triumphs - First Triumph (retains full order)
- Second Triumph - Marlo's Triumph (retains colors)
6 Effects 1964
Edward Marlo Effects chapter intro 6 Effects 1964 1
Edward Marlo Follow Up red black separation of deck 6 Effects 1964 4
Edward Marlo Topsy-Turvy Ace Control see also "Streamlined Topsy Turvy" (Jean Faré, 1984) 6 Effects 1964 7
Edward Marlo Stacking Demo - 5 Hand Stack
- Six Hands
6 Effects 1964 9
Edward Marlo Fast Demonstration of Stacking a Pair 6 Effects 1964 11
Edward Marlo Power Poker #1 stacking aces, everybody gets a good hand as well see also "Power Poker" (Michael Skinner, 1982) 6 Effects 1964 12
Edward Marlo Transition Poker ace stacking with new deck order climax 6 Effects 1964 15
Edward Marlo Flash Aces deck cut into four packets, aces on bottom of each 6 Effects 1964 17
Edward Marlo Power Poker #2 ace stacking demo, everybody gets a good hand 6 Effects 1964 18