That's It
That's It
written by Edward Marlo
1990
Work of Edward Marlo
64 pages (Spiralbound), Selfpublished
Language: English
(52 entries)
Data entered by Denis Behr.
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Edward Marlo Fingertip Side Steals 4 methods 1
Edward Marlo Angled Incomplete Faro secret IF condition 1
Edward Marlo Change Over Palm Longitudinal Clip position to Tenkai or Longitudinal Palm 3
Edward Marlo Spectator Holds Deck peek force while spectator holds deck 4
Unknown Riffle Shuffle Reverse 5
Edward Marlo Tabled Passes hands contact table, 2 methods 5
Edward Marlo The Clip Pass side steal type see also "The Cervon Free-Turn Pass" (Bruce Cervon, 1990) 8
Edward Marlo "Card at Any Number" 1 to 52 see also "Nullifying the Possibilities" (Edward Marlo, 1989) 9
Edward Marlo Revised Marnese Bottom Deal 10
Edward Marlo Filmed Chicago Switch as aces are put on table 11
Edward Marlo Bomb Door Aces with 2 alternatives 12
Edward Marlo Bomb Door Bottom Deal 13
Edward Marlo Nailed Applications - The Nail Pushoff 15
Edward Marlo Full Deck Oil and Water full deck separates and mixes again 17
Edward Marlo No False Colors 17
Edward Marlo Are You Psychic see also Magick #243 18
Edward Marlo No Adjustment Spell with unknown card 19
Edward Marlo The Arbil Change 20
Edward Marlo The Double Change card changes into 2 selections 21
Edward Marlo Variation of Arbil Change 21
Edward Marlo A Quickie Transpo card in hand with card in deck 22
Edward Marlo Projected Transposition card in pocket & snap change 22
Edward Marlo Simulated Pocketing 23
Edward Marlo Snap Change 23
Edward Marlo Close-up Version one card in pocket 24
Edward Marlo Applications of the Snap Change one card splits in two or even four cards 26
Edward Marlo Assembly Finale see step 9 for suggestion 27
Edward Marlo For Any Ace Effect 27
Edward Marlo Don't Split the Keys piano card trick 28
Edward Marlo The Olram Count see also "The Olram Count" (Edward Marlo, 1984) 30
Edward Marlo Mirror Image spectator and performer have half the deck, performer deals exactly like spectator 31
Edward Marlo Easy Switch two packets 33
Edward Marlo Multiple Mexican Turnover see also page 51 33
Edward Marlo Follow Up Triumphs 2 phase triumph 34
Edward Marlo Spread Laydown Switch see also Collectors (Roy Walton, Abra Vol. 47, p. 99, 1969) 34
Edward Marlo Cull Control Card cull as control, without outjog 36
Edward Marlo Streamlined Mental Disclosure 1 out of 4 see also "Streamlined Discernment" (Edward Marlo, 1941) 38
Edward Marlo Satirical Signed Card 2 methods, with commentary on "The Signed Card" see also "The Signed Card" (Brother John Hamman, 1989),
"Satirical Signed Card" (Edward Marlo, 1990)
40
Edward Marlo Frustration Count with 2 cards 43
Unknown Reverse Cull bottom card dragged under spread and inserted 44
Edward Marlo Marlo's Single Cut Force 44
Edward Marlo Any Deck Universal 45
Edward Marlo Transposed Ace Assembly Aces change places with three Fives, leaving 2-3-4-5, of the same suit, in place of the Aces of the same suit see also "Countdown" (Rafael Benatar, 1992) 48
Edward Marlo Screened Ditch Transfer 49
Edward Marlo Multiple Mexican Turnover 4 chosen cards turn out to be aces, see also page 33 51
Edward Marlo I Knew That any card is spelled to (Count-Spell Principle), 2 methods, with credit information (Mosteller) also published as "I Knew That" (Edward Marlo, 1990),
"I Knew That" (Edward Marlo, 1993)
52
Edward Marlo Math Applied 16 cards and reverse faros, 4 effects see also "The NoBo Lie Detector" (Justin Higham & Kevin Baker, 2008) 55
Edward Marlo Marlo's Mindreader card thought-of and selected, one found by stop trick, other to pocket 58
Edward Marlo Open Hockley 60
Edward Marlo The Missing Mental Toppers cards transferred according to value of thought-of card, 2 methods 60
Edward Marlo The Slow Silent Count counting the spectator's deal while back is turned 61
Edward Marlo Two Shuffle Cull 2 riffle shuffles to cull full house, 2 more to stack it, "It is understood that the above information is to be used for entertainment purposes only." 62