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S. W. Erdnase Ordinary Methods of Stocking, Locating and Securing different methods while toying with the deck 1902 The Expert at the Card Table 60
Victor Farelli Seventeen Down Selection appears at number foretold by magician. Effect allows magician to secretly cull the four Kings to the top for a later routine. inspired by (Al Baker, The Sphinx, 1932) 1936 "Lend Me Your Pack" 12
Victor Farelli The "Lindahl" Method Culling and securing a required stock in the action of removing the four Aces see also (Tom Osborne, The Sphinx, June 1932) 1936 "Lend Me Your Pack" 15
Victor Farelli Arithmetical Magic Magician divines selected card by going through rest of deck. Then tries again with part of the deck but fails, with a surprise four of a kind production kicker ending 1936 "Lend Me Your Pack" 22
Victor Farelli "Culling" at the Card Table Method to cull while seated at table 1936 "Lend Me Your Pack" 32
Unknown Top Bottom Cull as cards are counted from hand to hand one section is placed on top, one on bottom 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 47
Purvis W. Miller The Barnyard Shuffle cull-stack combination, face-up shuffle 1939 More Card Manipulations (Issue 2) 23
Unknown Set-up in front of Audience 1940 More Card Manipulations (Issue 3) 39
Arthur H. Buckley The Strip injog and strip-out see also "Cull De Stack" (John Bannon, 2004) 1946 Card Control 12
James G. Thompson Jr. One Way to One Way method to sort a one-way deck 1967 Between Two Minds 9
Edward Marlo Controlling a Card in the Center you know the card and its approximate position, two methods 1970 Advanced Fingertip Control 12
Edward Marlo Any Card Called Faro Control any named card controlled in shuffled deck, see page 155 for additional observations 1970 Advanced Fingertip Control 151
Karl Fulves Plunger Cull for alternative techniques see reference varied by "Plunger Cull" (Karl Fulves, 1971) 1971 The Book of Numbers 6
Karl Fulves The Running Cull sorting deck in thirteen quartets, several run throughs see also "The Running Cull" (Karl Fulves, 1971),
"Quik Cull" (Lin Searles, 1973),
"The Chinese Shuffle" (Brother John Hamman, 1989)
1971 The Book of Numbers 35
Karl Fulves The Running Cull idea in which spectator rearranges order of cards for performer see also "The Running Cull" (Karl Fulves, 1971) 1971 The Book of Numbers - Supplementary Notes 7
Karl Fulves The Reverse Riffle Shuffle binary cull with unsolved problems 1971 The Book of Numbers - Supplementary Notes 9
Karl Fulves Note note on culling and motivation to spread through deck 1971 The Book of Numbers - Supplementary Notes 17
Karl Fulves The Unit Cull using "basic riffle shuffle stack" (NPO variant), culling card while looking for its mate 1973 Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 85
Edward Marlo Fifth Objective in and out jogging cull with strip-out cut 1973 Marlo's Objectives 11
Karl Fulves Riffle Shuffle Control further ideas for the Riffle Shuffle Control placement
(A) building set-up for next trick
(B) following with Ten Card Poker Deal
(C) delaying use of set-up
see also "Incorporated Color Control" (Karl Fulves, 1967),
"Riffle Shuffle Control Placement for Perfect Speller" (Karl Fulves, 1978)
1978 Interlocutor (Issue 26) 99
Edward Marlo Down-Jog Displacement oil and water context, secret antifaro for very small packet see also "The Spread Displacement" (Wesley James, 2004) 1979 Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 130
Karl Fulves School for Swindlers four indifferent cards stacked to spectator, performer receives aces
- Four Aces vs. Royal Flush
- The Concealed Outcome (using aces later)
1979 Gambler's Third Lesson 3
Edward Marlo The Edge Mark Cull face down while counting cards to table 1980 Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 10
Dan MacMillan Pressure Fan Cull during the square up varied by "Olram's Fan Cull" (Edward Marlo, 1986) 1986 Riffling the Pasteboards 61
Edward Marlo Olram's Fan Cull inspired by "Pressure Fan Cull" (Dan MacMillan, 1986) 1986 Riffling the Pasteboards 71
Edward Marlo Down-Jog Displacement oil water context 1987 Special Effects 82
Jerry Sadowitz Slop Shuffle Variation culling four of a kind while slop shuffling 1989 Cards on the Table 22
Brother John Hamman The Chinese Shuffle multiple up-downjog culling to get into any order with up to 6 culls see also "The Running Cull" (Karl Fulves, 1971) 1989 The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 68
Brother John Hamman Chinese Shuffle to Si Stebbins Stack getting into Si Stebbins via six binary culls, here up-downjog 1989 The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 71
Lennart Green Four-Color Separation separating all suits, extention of GAS 1995 The Green Angle Separation 14
John Bannon The LOS Control to set up four of a kind for a following trick inspired by "Line Of Sight (Control)" (Alain Nu, 2004) 2004 Dear Mr. Fantasy 51
John Bannon Cull De Stack cull-placement procedure with strip-out inspired by "The Strip" (Arthur H. Buckley, 1946) 2004 Dear Mr. Fantasy 62
Jerry Sadowitz Slop Shuffle Variation culling with the slop shuffle 2004 Dear Mr. Fantasy 150
Wesley James The Spread Displacement outjogged card in packet displaced, cull see also "Down-Jog Displacement" (Edward Marlo, 1979) 2004 Enchantments 51
Unknown Down-Jog Separation in and out jogging cull with strip-out cut 2004 Enchantments 435
John Guastaferro Either Or location routine that allows to build a small set-up for later use see also "The Keeper" (Ryan Schlutz, 2011) 2010 One Degree 6
Steve Mayhew Old Lazy Fat Guy Cull four-of-a-kind cull during multiple-packet riffle shuffle procedure 2011 Full Frontal Mayhew 15
Brother John Hamman Easy Cull while upjogging other cards and tabling portions of the deck 2012 The Cardjurer 69
Roger Crosthwaite Gemini Cull Culling method for standard Gemini mates effect 2014 The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 26
Steve Beam Bluff Cull Way of secretly culling cards during a shuffling demonstration. 2015 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 68
Justin Branch The Cardini/Branch Shuffle Cull injogging cards while removing others, those are then controlled with multiple shift inspired by "The Cardini Ace Trick" ( Cardini, 1938),
also published as "Progressive Card Magic" (1985)
2016 Facsimile (Issue 5) 33