Ever So Sleightly
Ever So Sleightly
The Professional Card Technique of Martin A. Nash
written by Stephen Minch
1975
Work of Martin A. Nash
134 pages (Spiralbound), published by Micky Hades International
Language: English
(53 entries)
Data entered by Denis Behr.
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Stephen Minch A Note on Credits 5
Stephen Minch Introduction Martin A. Nash - The M.A.N. and his Philosophy 9
Martin A. Nash The Knock-Out Double Lift see p. 442 for additional crediting 17
Martin A. Nash Replacement of the Double Lift The Slide, The Drop, The Bookleaf Turnover, One-Handed Turnover, The Twist 20
Martin A. Nash Fourth Replacement - One-Handed Turnover in context of an unloading technique, see p. 442 for additional crediting 24
Martin A. Nash A One-Handed Double Lift and Turnover 28
Martin A. Nash Knock-Out Add-On on a tabled packet with double deal, see p. 442 for additional crediting 29
Martin A. Nash Nash's Multiple Shift to top, see p. 442 for additional crediting varied by "Shuffle Shift" (Jared Kopf & Brian O'Neill, 2016) 30
Martin A. Nash Action Reverse Shuffle using tabled riffle shuffle, see p. 442 for additional crediting 34
Martin A. Nash Scaling The Change deck in other hand, card is thrown and caught 36
Martin A. Nash The New Hofzinser Change breakless, see p. 442 for additional crediting 39
Martin A. Nash The Table Faro Revisited see p. 443 for additional crediting 41
Martin A. Nash The Louisiana Switch see p. 443 for additional crediting 46
Martin A. Nash Martin's Pride 46
Martin A. Nash Bottom and Top Switch 48
Martin A. Nash Cop Switch 48
Martin A. Nash Kings Incognito combo, see p. 443 for additional crediting 53
Martin A. Nash Aces For Experts Only any ace called for see also "Aces for Experts Only" (Martin A. Nash, 1980),
"Up-the-Ladder Aces" (James Swain, 1996)
58
Martin A. Nash Up-and-Down Shuffle transfering cards from top to bottom or bottom to top 58
Martin A. Nash A New Peek Quicky three (or more), see p. 443 for additional crediting 62
Martin A. Nash Milking the Peek from the break 62
Martin A. Nash Step Glimpse Handling 62
Martin A. Nash The Quick Change Artist 65
Martin A. Nash Vernash's Aces faros and Free Cut Principle, see p. 443 for additional crediting 70
Gene Finnell Free Cut Principle 70
Martin A. Nash Down the Garden Path from queens to deck, see p. 443 for additional crediting 74
Martin A. Nash Removing one card similar to ATFUS 74
Edward Marlo Cover-Up Cut 75
Martin A. Nash Kelly Glide 75
Martin A. Nash Doing that Segregationist's Shuffle slop shuffle, secret red/black separation, see p. 444 for additional crediting 79
Martin A. Nash Slop Shuffle Handling 79
Martin A. Nash 1, 2, 3 Simplicity ace, two or three changes into selection, see p. 444 for additional crediting 82
Martin A. Nash Corner Crimp Removal 85
Martin A. Nash The Fastest Location in the West very quick 86
Martin A. Nash One-Handed Second Deal simple 86
Martin A. Nash Matter through Matter that Matters three cards singly 89
Martin A. Nash Gambler's Cop with table edge transfer kind of Tenkai position at table edge 90
Martin A. Nash Spinning the Aces see p. 444 for additional crediting 93
John Benzais Benzais Cut 94
Martin A. Nash The Three to Seven Hand Poker Stack faro & second dealing, see p. 444 for additional crediting 96
Martin A. Nash Free Cut Faro Sandwich Free Cut Principle & Faro 99
Gene Finnell Free Cut Principle 99
Martin A. Nash Kings and Aces Bamboozle ace transformation kicker 102
Martin A. Nash Turncoat two cards from two different decks, see p. 444 for additional crediting 105
Edward Marlo Prayer Cull 106
Martin A. Nash Ear Full of Cider three cards, different backs jump around 111
Martin A. Nash Slip-Slide 112
Martin A. Nash $10,000 Ace Routine McDonald's Aces without gaffs 118
Martin A. Nash Nine Times Location nine cards 124
Martin A. Nash Snap Change Handling back to back cards 126
Martin A. Nash No-Air-Pressure Turnover see also "A "Sure-Fire" Turnover" (Bobby Bernard, 1982) 126
Thomas Baxter Spin Out riffle shuffle unweave spin out, actually by Cervon/Fulves, see p. 444 for additional crediting 130
Martin A. Nash Beating the Cheat Poker specator switch cards see also "Hand Me Down" (Jerry K. Hartman, 1977) 132