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Edward Marlo Two Pets - A. First Pet bridged deck 1940 Early Marlo (Section "Pasteboard Presto") 8
Edward Marlo B. Second Pet bridged deck 1940 Early Marlo (Section "Pasteboard Presto") 9
Edward Marlo Marlo's Rosini card glimpsed, no break, deck cut and card spelled to, deck crimp during spectator's peek 1940 Early Marlo (Section "Pasteboard Presto") 10
Edward Marlo The First Miracle spectator looks at any card in table spread while performer looks away 1940 Early Marlo (Section "Pasteboard Presto") 11
Edward Marlo Another Rosini performer tells how many cards are cut off, crimps in deck 1940 Early Marlo (Section "Pasteboard Presto") 12
Edward Marlo Everywhere and Nowhere (using a borrowed deck and no duplicates.) 1940 Early Marlo (Section "Pasteboard Presto") 14
Edward Marlo & Hank Nowoc Four Aces Again aces lost in deck, four packets cut to and dropped, top ace turns over inspired by "Ace-Cutting" (John Scarne, 1938) 1940 Early Marlo (Section "Pasteboard Presto") 17
Edward Marlo The Ambitious Card facilitating double lift by bending top cards 1940 Early Marlo (Section "Pasteboard Presto") 19
Edward Marlo General Ace Trick aces come to top one by one, same ace is shown on top four times as sucker presentation 1940 Early Marlo (Section "Pasteboard Presto") 19
Edward Marlo Gloved Productions 1941 Card Fan Productions 19
Edward Marlo The Intruction of Split Fan Production 1941 Card Fan Productions 6
Edward Marlo The Hat Steal 1941 Card Fan Productions 16
Edward Marlo The Card Clip 1941 Card Fan Productions 17
Edward Marlo Card Fan Production Tips 1941 Card Fan Productions 3
Edward Marlo A Net for Catching the Card 1941 Card Fan Productions 17
Edward Marlo Backpalm 1941 Card Fan Productions 6
Edward Marlo & Theodore Annemann Card Counted To spectator counts down, uses this value to count down again, third time selection shows up, impromptu method for Annemann's "Count your Card" (Book Without a Name) inspired by "Count Your Card!" (Theodore Annemann, 1931) 1941 Early Marlo (Section "Amazing, Isn't It?") 24
Edward Marlo & John Scarne Marlo's Think A Card three thought-of cards are predicted on billets, one ahead, based on John Scarne's "Think a Card" see also "Miracle Do As I Do" (Warren Wiersbe, 1946) 1941 Early Marlo (Section "Amazing, Isn't It?") 26
Edward Marlo Count Down Force 1941 Early Marlo (Section "Amazing, Isn't It?") 28
Edward Marlo & Theodore Annemann Simplex Ten to One performer and spectator think of a card, spectator does not find it, performer does, inspired by an effect from Annemann's book "Sh! It's a Secret!" see also "A Test of Power" (Eddie Clever & Theodore Annemann, 1936) 1941 Early Marlo (Section "Amazing, Isn't It?") 29
Edward Marlo No Palm Aces to Pocket featuring bottom placement at coat edge move, lapel load see also "Next To Impossible Card To Wallet" (Edward Marlo & Danny Korem, 1982) 1941 Early Marlo (Section "Amazing, Isn't It?") 32
Edward Marlo Billet Switch 1941 Early Marlo (Section "Amazing, Isn't It?") 30
Edward Marlo & Jean Hugard Do As I Do - U Can't Unless I Want U 2 eight cards for performer and spectator, basically oil&water effect, two methods, Hugard's and Marlo's 1941 Early Marlo (Section "Amazing, Isn't It?") 37
Edward Marlo Streamlined Discernment one out of three, OOSOOM see also "Streamlined Discernment Idea" (Edward Marlo, 1983),
"Streamlined Mental Disclosure" (Edward Marlo, 1990)
1941 Early Marlo (Section "Amazing, Isn't It?") 38
Edward Marlo Surprising Transposition card in pocket with card at chosen position 1941 Early Marlo (Section "Amazing, Isn't It?") 40
Edward Marlo Marlo - Vernon sandwiched card with card at chosen position 1941 Early Marlo (Section "Amazing, Isn't It?") 42
Edward Marlo Sensitive Fingers aces are located apparently by sense of touch, using a short card with broken corner 1941 Early Marlo (Section "Amazing, Isn't It?") 44
Edward Marlo Introduction 1941 Card Fan Productions 3
Edward Marlo Two Types of Fans for production 1941 Card Fan Productions 18
Edward Marlo The Hotel Mystery 1942 Let's See the Deck 17
Edward Marlo Imitation of Scarne thumb digs in deck and drags card out 1942 Let's See the Deck 7
Edward Marlo Blindfold Poker Deal 1942 Let's See the Deck 25
Martin Gardner & Edward Marlo Gardner-Marlo Poker Routine see also "The Ultimate Gardner-Marlo" (Steve Mayhew, 1999),
varied by "Rump Shaker" (Jack Parker & Tomas Blomberg, 2007)
1942 Let's See the Deck 28
Edward Marlo Psychological Out Out for Psychological Stop Trick 1942 Let's See the Deck 24
Edward Marlo Handling Improved 1942 Let's See the Deck 10
Edward Marlo Third Rosini 1942 Let's See the Deck 12
Edward Marlo Annemann's Aces Disregarded transpo, transformation combo inspired by "Annemann's Aces" (Theodore Annemann, 1938) 1942 Let's See the Deck 19
Edward Marlo Aces in Reverse varied by "Fireback Aces" (Steve Reynolds, 2009) 1942 Let's See the Deck 15
Edward Marlo Flying Reverse Card travels from one half to another half 1942 Let's See the Deck 23
Edward Marlo One Hand Reverse behind the back inspired by "Behind the Back" (1937) 1942 Let's See the Deck 8
Edward Marlo Age Old Card Control certain crimp 1942 Let's See the Deck 6
Edward Marlo Marlo's Count Down Flourish 1942 Let's See the Deck 5
Edward Marlo Nu Presentation Jumping Card 1942 Let's See the Deck 22
Edward Marlo & Martin Gardner Casanova Card Trick two at a time production of queens when two halfs are rubbed face to face see also "Elusive Jacks" (Al Leech & Edward Marlo & Martin Gardner, 1949) 1942 Deck Deception 5
Edward Marlo Setting Up in Front of Spectator strategy 1942 Deck Deception 7
Edward Marlo Double Vanish and Recovery two cards vanish from face of two halfs when rubbed together, reappear in deck varied by "Variations on Double Vanish & Recovery" (Edward Marlo, 1976) 1942 Deck Deception 8
Edward Marlo Torn Deck Mystery deck is torn in quarters which are mixed in hat, performer locates four pieces of selection without looking 1942 Deck Deception 10
Edward Marlo A Good Number spectators stops while performer is shuffling four times and cards are turned over, next to aces varied by "Notes on a Miracle" (Edward Marlo, 1971) 1942 Deck Deception 11
Edward Marlo Number Transpo card at chosen position changes to different chosen position 1942 Deck Deception 13
Edward Marlo Marlo's Running Cut in-the-hands swing cut running cut, also as top stock control varied by "Running False Cut" (Ken Simmons, 1981) 1942 Deck Deception 14
Edward Marlo Marlo's Lessinout System of Cull and Stock Shuffles without injogs or outjogs
- Lessinout Cull
- Lessinout Stack
1942 Deck Deception 14
Edward Marlo The Spy 1942 Deck Deception 17
Edward Marlo Divining Hanky handkerchief finds card by bending its corner by itself to identify it 1942 Deck Deception 18
Edward Marlo Card to Card Case palmed onto case and removed see also "Card to Card Case" (Edward Marlo, 2016) 1942 Deck Deception 19
Edward Marlo The Magical Gambler performer gets queens, spectator kings, queens change to aces 1942 Deck Deception 20
Edward Marlo New Back Palm Vanish and Production 1942 Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 3
Edward Marlo Marlo's Front and Back Palm 1942 Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 5
Edward Marlo Passe Passe Coins 1942 Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 6
Edward Marlo Friction Pass 1942 Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 7
Edward Marlo Two Halves and a Dime two half dollars appear, dime placed between them vanishes, wax 1942 Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 7
Edward Marlo Money from Magic dime changes to penny, coin secretly in ear 1942 Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 9
Edward Marlo Marlo's Poor Man's Trick coin through head into glass, then through sleeve (apparently) 1942 Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 11
Edward Marlo Sleeving Technique 1942 Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 11
Edward Marlo Penetration and Audible Arrival two coins in silk, chosen one penetrates, then travels back with a clink 1942 Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 12
Edward Marlo Single Coin Routine vanishes and body penetrations 1942 Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 15
Edward Marlo Two Ideas hooked coin in sleeve, pocket ditch for complete vanish 1942 Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 19
Edward Marlo Routines for Clippo two routines 1942 Ireland's Yearbooks (Section "Yearbook 1942") 3
Hank Nowoc & Edward Marlo Cigarettes - Cigars - Pipe production of light cigarettes, then cigars and eventually of a pipe 1942 Ireland's Yearbooks (Section "Yearbook 1942") 7
Edward Marlo Foreword 1942 Let's See the Deck 4
Edward Marlo And In Conclusion 1942 Let's See the Deck 30
Edward Marlo Foreword 1942 Deck Deception 3
Edward Marlo And in conclusion 1942 Deck Deception 23
Edward Marlo Four Dice and Two Hats matrix type assembly, giant die finale 1943 Shoot the Works 2
Edward Marlo Through the Table four dice, with hat 1943 Shoot the Works 5
Edward Marlo Three Dice and a Hat form hand to under hat 1943 Shoot the Works 6
Edward Marlo A Dice and a Hat die vanishes and reappears audibly in hat 1943 Shoot the Works 7
Edward Marlo Dice Transposition three red and three white dice 1943 Shoot the Works 7
Edward Marlo Triple Dice Routine two in hand one in pocket, with surprises (shrinking dice, coin appearance) 1943 Shoot the Works 9
Edward Marlo Pick and Drop 1943 Shoot the Works 17
Edward Marlo Four of a Kind - The Farmer Shake rolling wanted values 1943 Shoot the Works 18
Edward Marlo Hold Out Methods 1943 Shoot the Works 21
Edward Marlo They're Loaded rolling five aces 1943 Shoot the Works 24
Edward Marlo Foo Dice Cup cup for switching dice 1943 Shoot the Works 24
Edward Marlo Chinese Dice Box 1943 Shoot the Works 26
Edward Marlo Three Dice and a Coin dice travel from hand to hand 1943 Shoot the Works 28
Edward Marlo The Thumb Twister paddle move, with misspotted die 1943 Shoot the Works 28
Edward Marlo Marlo's Control 1943 Shoot the Works 33
Edward Marlo Crooked Dice Set No. 1. Tops and Bottoms
Set No. 2. Shapes or Buffed Dice
Set No. 3. Trip Dice
Set No. 4. Filler or Loaded Dice
Set No. 5. Tapping Dice
Set No. 6. Paint Work
Set No. 7. Capped Transparent Dice
Set No. 8. Magnetic Dice
1943 Shoot the Works 35
Edward Marlo Advice to Service Men on cheating 1943 Shoot the Works 38
Edward Marlo Rules for Detecting Crooked Dice 1943 Shoot the Works 39
Edward Marlo Dice Switches 1. The One Hand Switch
2. Money Switch
3. Cuff Switch
4. Table Switch
5. Single Dice Switch
1943 Shoot the Works 40
Edward Marlo The Dice Switch Routine color changes 1943 Shoot the Works 43
Edward Marlo Gambling Demonstration Routine 1943 Shoot the Works 44
Edward Marlo Explanation of Terms 1943 Shoot the Works 45
Edward Marlo The Hand Behind the Dice Cup hand care 1943 Shoot the Works 46
Edward Marlo Foreword 1943 Shoot the Works 1
Edward Marlo Die False Transfer 1943 Shoot the Works 4
Edward Marlo "It's Old But It's New" intro to Section II 1943 Shoot the Works 11
Edward Marlo Dice Control section intro 1943 Shoot the Works 31
Edward Marlo Dice Control on a Soft Surface 1943 Shoot the Works 33
Edward Marlo Introduction 1944 Action with Cards
Edward Marlo Perplexo Aces with Surprise Transposition 1945 Off the Top 22
Edward Marlo Three Card Monte not the real thing 1945 Off the Top 11
Edward Marlo Night Club Routine three Cards with prediction finish 1945 Off the Top 17
Edward Marlo Triple Routine 1945 Off the Top 16
Edward Marlo What to Do simple Discovery 1945 Off the Top 21
Edward Marlo Between Discovery 1945 Off the Top 12
Edward Marlo Ace Assembly 1945 Off the Top 24
Edward Marlo Quickie Transpo 1945 Off the Top 18
Edward Marlo Rub-Away-Mag card reappears under Magazine 1945 Off the Top 16
Edward Marlo Card to Pocket Surprise same surprise as in Eddie Fechter's Routine 1945 Off the Top 13
Edward Marlo Rub Away with rub vanish 1945 Off the Top 14
Edward Marlo Lightning Aces Aces are put in deck and instantly produced from pocket 1945 Off the Top 23
Edward Marlo Four Ace Reverse see also "The Last Heist" (Ken Krenzel, 1997) 1945 Off the Top 21
Edward Marlo Surprise Again 1945 Off the Top 20
Edward Marlo Surprise Reverse 1945 Off the Top 19
Edward Marlo 3. As a Speller Replacement replacing under Twelve Cards for Spelling 1945 Off the Top 4
Edward Marlo Secret Card Add 1945 Off the Top 10
Edward Marlo The Drop Sleight Improved Tip-over Sleight, one-handed get-ready see also "The Tip-Over Change" (1940) 1945 Off the Top 8
Edward Marlo The Cook's Sleight see also "Flourish Count" (1985) 1945 Off the Top 6
Edward Marlo 1. As a Force Bluff Pass Handling 1945 Off the Top 3
Edward Marlo Marlo's One Hand Double Turnover featuring a push-off (also credited to Dai Vernon) see also "A False Count to be Used when Dealing Off the Deck" (Laurie Ireland, 1935) 1945 Off the Top 7
Edward Marlo Marlo's Action Palms - The Bottom Palm Dovetail 1945 Off the Top 2
Edward Marlo Marlo's Action Palms - Top Palm Dovetail 1945 Off the Top 1
Edward Marlo One Hand Palm for a Number of Cards inspired by "One Hand Top Card Palm" (Jean Hugard, 1933) 1945 Off the Top 4
Edward Marlo Riffle Speller Replacement standard Bluff Pass 1945 Off the Top 3
Edward Marlo Marlo's False Shuffle and Cut 1945 Off the Top 5
Edward Marlo 2. As A Location selection to any position near top 1945 Off the Top 4
Edward Marlo One Hand Side Count pinky count done with second finger see also "Pinky Count" (Edward Marlo, 1959) 1945 Off the Top 7
Edward Marlo Future Reverse spectator peeks at a card, indicator face up in deck, locates selection, six methods 1945 Future Reverse 3
Edward Marlo Reverse Sleight - Future Reverse see also "Center to Top Reverse" (Louis Lam, 1935),
"Side Slip Reverse" (1938)
1945 Future Reverse 6
Edward Marlo Timing Peek Force reversed card as edge mark 1945 Future Reverse 13
Edward Marlo The Bonus Effect spectator fingertip-peeks at only reversed card 1945 Future Reverse 14
Edward Marlo The Perfect Stop Trick spectator stops at any card, its values is used to count down again and again until selection appears see also "Jarrow's Indicator" (Emil Jarrow, 1992),
"Stack Countdown" (1992),
varied by "Stop Perfecting Triumph!" (Simon Aronson & David Solomon & Edward Marlo, 1978)
1945 Early Marlo (Section "Oddity & Other Miracles") 73
Edward Marlo You Do As I Do three methods 1945 Early Marlo (Section "Oddity & Other Miracles") 77
Edward Marlo Simplex Card Stabbing two selections with wrapped deck and knife 1945 Early Marlo (Section "Oddity & Other Miracles") 82
Edward Marlo The Riffle Pass controlling a card or cards to top with a riffle shuffle 1945 Early Marlo (Section "Oddity & Other Miracles") 82
Edward Marlo Jab It! knife is stabbed in back of cards, some cards are pierced, bottom one is selection 1945 Early Marlo (Section "Oddity & Other Miracles") 85
Edward Marlo Setting Bridge during riffle and overhand shuffle combination 1945 Early Marlo (Section "Oddity & Other Miracles") 86
Edward Marlo Overhearing the Spectator use of this psychological ruse 1945 Future Reverse 4
Edward Marlo & Bill Gusias Types of Daub 1945 Tricks with Daub 3
Edward Marlo & Bill Gusias How to Get the Daub 1945 Tricks with Daub 3
Edward Marlo The First Miracle daubed spectator, 3 variations 1945 Tricks with Daub 4
Edward Marlo The Peek Location spectator peeks himself 1945 Tricks with Daub 5
Edward Marlo Spectator Peeks Again 1945 Tricks with Daub 5
Edward Marlo The Spectator Cuts daubed key card 1945 Tricks with Daub 5
Edward Marlo Just Another Miracle distant daubed key card 1945 Tricks with Daub 5
Edward Marlo The Lie Detective 1945 Tricks with Daub 6
Edward Marlo Daub Co-incidence daubed instead of glimpsed key card 1945 Tricks with Daub 7
Edward Marlo & Bill Gusias Poker Face 1945 Tricks with Daub 8
Edward Marlo & Bill Gusias Marlo's Application daubing method 1945 Tricks with Daub 9
Edward Marlo In Lieu of Pencil daub on borrowed deck as alternative to pencil dotted key card 1945 Tricks with Daub 9
Edward Marlo The Force tell-free force, re-selection, key card in case of missed force 1945 Tricks with Daub 10
Edward Marlo Think of a Card among 5 in spread 1945 Tricks with Daub 10
Edward Marlo The Super Miracle daubing multiple cards 1945 Tricks with Daub 11
Edward Marlo Sense of Touch crimp 1945 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 78) 317
Edward Marlo The Wishing Card Trick cards placed on table turns out to be any card named 1945 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 78) 317
Edward Marlo One Hand Control aces are lost with charlier cuts and found using one hand only 1945 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 78) 318
Edward Marlo The Marlo Miracle saliva 1945 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 78) 319
Bruce Elliott (reviewer) Off the Cuff by Edward Marlo 1945 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 83) 339
Edward Marlo One-Way Sorting with Slop Shuffle see also "One Way to One-Way" (James G. Thompson Jr., 1944) 1945 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 90) 367
Edward Marlo Foreword 1945 Off the Top
Edward Marlo A Prediction 1945 Off the Top 27
Edward Marlo The Riffle Pass controlling a card or cards to top with a riffle shuffle 1946 Early Marlo (Section "Marlo's Discoveries") 48
Edward Marlo Marlo's Discoveries monster routine in which first single cards are selected and found about ten times, then in pairs and four at a time, then a ten-card multiple selection routine is done 1946 Early Marlo (Section "Marlo's Discoveries") 47
Edward Marlo Cut the Card performer cuts to selection via slip cut 1946 Early Marlo (Section "Marlo's Discoveries") 55
Edward Marlo Reverse 1946 Early Marlo (Section "Marlo's Discoveries") 57
Edward Marlo Marlo's Card to Card Case classic palm method 1946 Early Marlo (Section "Marlo's Discoveries") 58
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Shoot the Works by Edward Marlo 1946 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume II 24
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks by Laurie Ireland (written by Edward Marlo) 1946 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume II 51
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Off the Top by Edward Marlo 1946 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume II 84
Edward Marlo Marlo's Two Card Throw from deck see also "Marlo's Card Throw" (Edward Marlo, 1967) 1947 Marlo In Spades 5
Edward Marlo Middle Finger Count 1947 Marlo In Spades 5
Edward Marlo Push-Off 1947 Marlo In Spades 5
Edward Marlo The "S" Shaped Turn Over multiple lift for ca. 5 cards, S-crimp 1947 Marlo In Spades 6
Edward Marlo Push-in Ace Control bevel see also "The Spade Multiple Shift" (Edward Marlo, 1961) 1947 Marlo In Spades 7
Edward Marlo Imperfection Force under-spread force 1947 Marlo In Spades 8
Edward Marlo Best Two Card Pushoff thumb at edge of top side see also "The Marlo Double Push Off" (Edward Marlo, 1967) 1947 Marlo In Spades 9
Edward Marlo Marlo's Gambling Routine no set-up, faro shuffle
- Poker-Rummy-Pinochle
- Black Jack
- The Sucker Hand
- Bridge Honors
1947 Marlo In Spades 10
Edward Marlo Marlo's Miracle Routine: Cards By Weight multiple phases, ace-king set-up, faro 1947 Marlo In Spades 13
Edward Marlo Miracle Location part of "Marlo's Miracle Routine" see also "Progressive Miracle" (Edward Marlo, 1958) 1947 Marlo In Spades 14
Edward Marlo The Prediction performer knows card at named number, partial stack, part of "Marlo's Miracle Routine" 1947 Marlo In Spades 15
Edward Marlo A Straight Flush part of "Marlo's Miracle Routine" 1947 Marlo In Spades 16
Edward Marlo Perfect Bridge Hand part of "Marlo's Miracle Routine" 1947 Marlo In Spades 16
Edward Marlo The Rummy Game part of "Marlo's Miracle Routine" 1947 Marlo In Spades 16
Edward Marlo Faro Aces aces placed thirteen cards apart, brought back together via faro shuffle 1947 Marlo In Spades 16
Edward Marlo Just Imagine deck shuffled, number named by spectator, card predicted, effect description, solution on page 19 1947 Marlo In Spades 17
Edward Marlo The Punch Deal bridge deal application 1947 Marlo In Spades 18
Edward Marlo Marlo's Miracle Prediction deck shuffled, number named by spectator, card predicted, punch deal see also "The Punch Deal" (Frederick Braue, 1978),
varied by "Marlo's Miracle Prediction Handling" (Ken Krenzel & Edward Marlo, 1990)
1947 Marlo In Spades 19
Edward Marlo Poker Prediction outcome after shuffled deck predicted, punch deal 1947 Marlo In Spades 20
Edward Marlo The Perfect Stack without adjustment, three aces are dealt to a player for two to eight players, punch deal 1947 Marlo In Spades 21
Edward Marlo The Three Packets performer announces how many aces & kings are in a certain pile, punch deal 1947 Marlo In Spades 22
Edward Marlo The Blind Fold Stack punched cards as safety measure 1947 Marlo In Spades 23
Edward Marlo Super Memory presentation for royal flush punch deal 1947 Marlo In Spades 23
Edward Marlo Super Reading apparently magician can read marks extremely fast, punch deal 1947 Marlo In Spades 24
Edward Marlo Putting in the Work putting punch work in cards 1947 Marlo In Spades 25
Edward Marlo For Cheaters Only punch deal 1947 Marlo In Spades 26
Edward Marlo Pseudo Stacking combining riffle stacking and second deal 1947 Marlo In Spades 26
Edward Marlo The Sucker's Stack combining riffle stacking and second deal 1947 Marlo In Spades 27
Edward Marlo Impossible to Follow crimp 1947 Marlo In Spades 27
Edward Marlo Side Crimp 1947 Marlo In Spades 27
Edward Marlo Under the Table crimp 1947 Marlo In Spades 28
Edward Marlo What? No Crimps? 1947 Marlo In Spades 29
Edward Marlo Nail Gauge Placement 1947 Marlo In Spades 29
Edward Marlo Ace Opener using incomplete faro condition, but with even riffle shuffle 1947 Marlo In Spades 30
Edward Marlo 1 Out Of 52 1947 Marlo In Spades 30
Edward Marlo Everywhere & Nowhere (at the table) ungaffed 1947 Marlo In Spades 32
Edward Marlo The Vanishing Card: I. Vanishing Thought one of six 1947 Marlo In Spades 34
Edward Marlo II. Double Deal Vanish of named card, stacked 1947 Marlo In Spades 35
Edward Marlo III. The Named Vanish named card, reappears at named number, stacked 1947 Marlo In Spades 36
Edward Marlo IV. Saliva Methods A. Cut Method
B. In Spread
C. The Peek
1947 Marlo In Spades 36
Edward Marlo V. Double Lift A. From the Peek
B. Key Card
C. Imperfection
D. One Hand
1947 Marlo In Spades 37
Russell T. Barnhart & Edward Marlo Clipped card is paper-clipped, clip finds selection 1947 Marlo In Spades 39
Edward Marlo Mar Locato two cards 1947 Marlo In Spades 41
Edward Marlo Crimp Placement out of hands 1947 Marlo In Spades 41
Edward Marlo Aces over Kings aces turn over among other cards, kings appear 1947 Marlo In Spades 43
Edward Marlo The Good Magician see also "Cut the Kings" (Frank Garcia, 1972) 1947 Marlo In Spades 44
Edward Marlo Marlo's Triumph aces 1947 Marlo In Spades 46
Al Keene & Edward Marlo Super Count Routine long combination varied by "Super-Counting Caper" (Edward Marlo, 2017) 1947 Marlo In Spades 47
Edward Marlo & George Sands Upside Down kings turn face up, then down, change to aces, placed in deck, back to kings, aces from pocket 1947 Marlo In Spades 50
Edward Marlo Aces over Kings aces and kings, 3rd quartet comes in, should be named "Aces, Kings & Tens" see also "Triumph Plus" (Jim Lee & Edward Marlo, 1972) 1947 Marlo In Spades 52
Edward Marlo Spades Shuffle see also "The Super Riffle Diffle" (Harry Lorayne, 1973) 1947 Marlo In Spades 46
Edward Marlo Flight of Time card is chosen by counting procedure, then card travels to top or to other packet 1947 The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 137) 549
Edward Marlo Ten Years Ago aces placed reversed in pack, change to kings, aces in envelop, double facers 1947 The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 137) 550
Edward Marlo Not Quite Sure card is selected, then all cards of same value turn over 1947 The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 137) 550
Edward Marlo That Joker! joker thrown in hat changes to selection 1947 The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 137) 551
Edward Marlo Author's Remarks 1947 Marlo In Spades 2
Edward Marlo In-the-Hands Packet Weave small packets, fanned 1947 Marlo In Spades 11
Edward Marlo & Martin Gardner A Poker Puzzle see also "Gardner-Marlo Poker Routine" (Martin Gardner & Edward Marlo, 1942) 1948 The Royal Road to Card Magic 129
Edward Marlo & Carmen D'Amico A Devilish Miracle two methods 1948 A Devilish Miracle 1
Edward Marlo Simplex Aces palming eliminated from Simple Aces 1948 / 27 Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 5 117
Edward Marlo Face-Up Ace-embly aces distributed in pack, all together reversed in center 1948 / 27 Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 5 123
Edward Marlo Four-Ace Opener packets are held face to face, aces appear there see also "The Elusive Jacks" (Edward Marlo, 1972) 1948 / 27 Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 5 134
Edward Marlo General Ace Opener using crimp and Charlier Cut 1948 / 27 Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 5 136
Edward Marlo One-At-A-Time Aces 1948 / 27 Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 5 138
Al Leech & Edward Marlo Aces Up 1949 For Card Men Only 10
Edward Marlo ATFUS 1949 For Card Men Only 11
Al Leech & Edward Marlo & Martin Gardner Elusive Jacks inspired by "Casanova Card Trick" (Edward Marlo & Martin Gardner, 1942),
see also "Routine Royal" (Al Leech, 1959)
1949 For Card Men Only 12
Edward Marlo The Pushoff Technique 1949 For Card Men Only 16
Martin Gardner & Edward Marlo & Bert Allerton Ten Card Deal P.S. further ideas on the ten card poker deal see also "Take Ten" (John Murray, 1949),
"Ten Card Deal" (Dai Vernon & Paul Curry & Martin Gardner & John Scarne & Audley Walsh, 1949)
1949 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 170) 681
Edward Marlo & Carmen D'Amico Push Through Failure face up cards shuffled in face down cards, open push-through, selection is reversed in other half, three versions, see p. 773 for corrections 1949 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 192) 766
Edward Marlo Card Thru Table lapping a short card method 1949 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 193) 772
Edward Marlo Marlo's Janus some red and ten cards are mixed, spectator deals them on face-up cards on table, all color match, double facers, see also p. 837 varied by "ESP Janus" (Nick Trost, 1997) 1950 The Phoenix 201 - 250 (Issue 206) 822
Edward Marlo Sudden Aces three Aces lost in deck, appear with leader Aces 1951 Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 3
Edward Marlo Cutting the Aces Routine Charlier Cuts, last Ace from pocket 1951 Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 4
Edward Marlo Ace Opener four selections change into Aces, one with Snap-Over Change 1951 Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 4
Edward Marlo Cardician Makes Good double duke 1951 Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 5
Edward Marlo Follow the Leader 1951 Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 6
Edward Marlo Mr. Black Comes Back 1951 Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 7
Edward Marlo The Marlo Move bringing coin from finger palm to edgewise position between thumb and base of fingers 1951 Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 8
Edward Marlo Coin Production six coins from handkerchief 1951 Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 8
Edward Marlo Three Ball Routine "same principles and ideas can be applied to sponges" see also "On the Roll-Up Move" (Edward Marlo, 1973) 1951 Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 9
Edward Marlo Three Ring Routine key, single and large ring 1951 Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 12
Edward Marlo Ring and Handkerchief 1951 Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 14
Edward Marlo The Flash Bill Routine borrowed bill disappears in flash, reproduction from fist 1951 Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 14
Edward Marlo Crumpled Bill Switch 1951 Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 15
Edward Marlo Unknown - Effect No. 1 stop trick as prediction, several methods, some with roughed cards, impromptu double backer inspired by "The Telepathic Card" (Theodore Annemann & Unknown, 1940) 1951 Unknown 1
Edward Marlo Unknown - Effect No. 2 two selections appear at selected numbers up to ten, several methods, some with roughed cards, impromptu double backer 1951 Unknown 1
Edward Marlo Block Slip Shuffle preserving bottom stock 1951 Unknown 1
Edward Marlo Cover Up Cut "Cover Up Move" 1951 Unknown 6
Edward Marlo Ambitious Card Routine roughed duplicate 1951 Unknown 11
Edward Marlo A Quick Sandwich Cover Up Cut application 1951 Unknown 12
Edward Marlo Technique of the Peek basic peek handling with riffling 1952 Control Systems 5
Edward Marlo The Double Peek for 2 selections at different positions 1952 Control Systems 6
Edward Marlo The Triple Peek for 3 selections at different positions 1952 Control Systems 8
Edward Marlo A Bit of Handling flexing the deck while holding a break 1952 Control Systems 8
Edward Marlo Marlo's Step Control multiple cuts to table sequences to control peeked-at cards
A. To Control One Or More Cards To The Top
B. To Control One Or More Cards To Bottom
C. Double Peek Control - Top and Bottom
D. Double Peek to Bottom
E. Double Peek To Top
F. Triple Peek to Bottom
G. Triple Peek To The Top
1952 Control Systems 12
Edward Marlo To Control Cards Singly To the Bottom controlling multiple peeked cards one by one 1952 Control Systems 26
Edward Marlo Bottom Slip Cut in the hands see also "Bottom Slip Cut" (James G. Thompson Jr., 1988) 1952 Control Systems 26
Edward Marlo To Control Two Peeked At Cards with basically one cut to table 1952 Control Systems 27
Edward Marlo To Control Three Peeked Cards with basically one cut to table see also "Three Break Control" (Dai Vernon, 1967) 1952 Control Systems 28
Edward Marlo To Control Six or More Cards Quickly in two sets of three cards each 1952 Control Systems 29
Edward Marlo Bottom Block Slip Cut swing cut 1952 Control Systems 30
Edward Marlo The Shuffle Control sequences to control peeked at cards with overhand shuffles, one by one or more at once
A. Shuffle Control for One or More Cards to the Top
B. Shuffle Control to Bottom
C. Double Peek Shuffle Control to Bottom
D. Double Peek Shuffle Control with Repeat
E. Double Peek Shuffle Control to Top and Bottom
F. Double Peek Shuffle Control to Bottom by Pull Out Method
G. Triple Peek Shuffle Control to the Bottom
1952 Control Systems 32
Edward Marlo Slip Undercut 1952 Control Systems 50
Edward Marlo Bottom Slip Cut in the hands, kind of kelly bottom dynamics 1952 Control Systems 52
Edward Marlo Cut Control sequences to control peeked at cards with in the hands cuts
A. Cut Control to the Top
B. Bottom or Top Cut Control
C. Double Peek Cut Control to Top
D. Double Peek Cut Control to Bottom
E. Alternate Cut Control
F. Triple Peek Cut Control
G. Triple Peek Cut Control No. 2
1952 Control Systems 48
Edward Marlo Quadruple Peek Control four individual breaks, running cut to table
A. Quadruple Peek Control to the Bottom
B. Quadruple Peek Control to the Top
1952 Control Systems 63
Edward Marlo Overhand Step Shuffles with multiple steps 1952 Control Systems 32
Edward Marlo Placing the Key Cards placing key card next to peeked at cards with cutting sequences
A. Placing Key Card by Step Control
B. Placing Key Card Using Cut Control
C. Placing of Key Card using Shuffle Control
D. Placing of Key Card by Use of Side Steal Control
1952 Control Systems 71
Edward Marlo Placing the Selection after peek, cutting sequence
A. Placing Selection at Position from Top
B. Placing Selection at Position from Bottom
1952 Control Systems 75
Edward Marlo The Five Card Peek Control running cut sequence, with 5 actual breaks 1952 Control Systems 79
Edward Marlo Delayed Fan Control step fan, as Triple Peek Control, 2 methods 1952 Control Systems 83
Edward Marlo Delayed Spread Control spreading deck with jogged selections, as 2 card peek control 1952 Control Systems 87
Edward Marlo Delayed Crimp Control crimping peeked card, complete edge bent 1952 Control Systems 91
Edward Marlo Cards to Pockets two cards to two different pockets, basic 1952 Control Systems 92
Edward Marlo Cards to Pockets II three cards to three different pockets 1952 Control Systems 93
Edward Marlo Multiple Production Sequence suggestion for five cards 1952 Control Systems 94
Edward Marlo Combination Controls for two, three or four peeked cards 1952 Control Systems 95
Edward Marlo Two Card Peek Control 1952 Control Systems 103
Edward Marlo Two Card Stab deck wrapped in newspaper, knife 1952 Control Systems 103
Edward Marlo Devilish Miracle 1952 Control Systems 103
Edward Marlo Casino Count Down 1952 Control Systems 105
Edward Marlo The Secret Number card counted to from reference card 1952 Control Systems 105
Edward Marlo The Build Up red aces produced, turn over when pushed through deck, sandwich black aces, then previous selection 1952 Control Systems 106
Edward Marlo The Magic Four multiple out location with an openly reversed Four-spot see also "The Magic Card" (Edward Marlo, 1962),
"Four Options" (Dai Vernon, 1988)
1952 Control Systems 107
Edward Marlo Using a Short in Combination with Peeks or any type of key card 1952 Control Systems 108
Edward Marlo Two Aces and a Card two aces inserted face up separated in deck, after some cutting they sandwich selection 1952 Control Systems 108
Edward Marlo The Stabber stabbing into run of spades, value then is used to count to selection 1952 Control Systems 109
Al Leech & Edward Marlo Ace-King A La Marlo see also "Ace-King Turnover" (Al Leech, 1949) 1952 Manipulating with Leech 26
Bill Simon & Edward Marlo Four Deuces and the Ace of Spades inspired by "The Homing Card" (Frederick Braue, 1948) 1952 Effective Card Magic 163
Edward Marlo Sense of Touch crimp 1953 The Cardician 4
Edward Marlo The Wishing Card Trick cards placed on table turns out to be any card named 1953 The Cardician 5
Edward Marlo One Hand Control aces are lost with charlier cuts and found using one hand only 1953 The Cardician 6
Edward Marlo The Marlo Miracle saliva 1953 The Cardician 7
Edward Marlo Ten Years Ago aces placed reversed in pack, change to kings, aces in envelop, double facers 1953 The Cardician 9
Edward Marlo That Joker! joker thrown in hat changes to selection 1953 The Cardician 10
Edward Marlo Flight of Time card is chosen by counting procedure, then card travels to top or to other packet 1953 The Cardician 11
Edward Marlo Card Thru Table clean handling due to short card 1953 The Cardician 15
Edward Marlo Lapping a Short Card 1953 The Cardician 15
Edward Marlo Janus some red and ten cards are mixed, spectator deals them on face-up cards on table, all color match, double facers 1953 The Cardician 17
Edward Marlo Push Thru Failure four methods 1953 The Cardician 19
Edward Marlo Push-Through Shuffle open push-through action 1953 The Cardician 20
Edward Marlo Sense and Nonsense with Cards gags and lines with cards:
Army or Rifle Shuffle
Overhand Shuffle
Russian Shuffle
Jewish Shuffle
Mexican Shuffle
Fancy Shuffle
You Shuffle It
Cut 'Em. Thanks!
Small Town Shuffle
Hurts, doesn't it?
A Marlo Gag
Take Any Card
1953 The Cardician 25
Edward Marlo The Stripper Combine spectator chooses high four of a kind which is dealt, stripper deck 1953 The Cardician 29
Edward Marlo Double Thought two cards, one freely thought of, one ahead see also "Four Ways To Go" (Edward Marlo, 1988),
"Logical Double Thought, Plus One" (Edward Marlo, 1991)
1953 The Cardician 31
Edward Marlo Poker Prediction and a Principle spectator shuffles, yet aces are dealt out varied by "Skinner on Marlo's Poker Deal" (Michael Skinner & Edward Marlo, 2016) 1953 The Cardician 33
Edward Marlo Bottom Deal Stacking while cards are counted, they are set via bottom deal 1953 The Cardician 33
Edward Marlo Bottop Change varied by "Variation on the BoTop Change" (Harry Levine & Derek Dingle & Edward Marlo, 1989) 1953 The Cardician 35
Edward Marlo Reflection card becomes blank and changes to three selections varied by "Another Reflection" (Edward Marlo, 1971) 1953 The Cardician 36
Edward Marlo Platform Aces with glasses, ungaffed and duplicate method 1953 The Cardician 37
Edward Marlo Fifty-Fifty ace is sandwiched in pack and spectator guesses its correct color 1953 The Cardician 43
Edward Marlo Flight of the Knave and Queen two cards travel from packet of picture cards to deck 1953 The Cardician 45
Edward Marlo Sleight of Tongue False Count bold 1953 The Cardician 46
Edward Marlo & Dai Vernon Penetration ace-2-3 or all aces penetrate pack one at a time varied by "Elevator Shaft" (Allan Ackerman & Edward Marlo & Dr. James Nuzzo, 1970) 1953 The Cardician 46
Edward Marlo Grab It 1953 The Cardician 49
Charles Nyquist & Edward Marlo Side-Jog Spread for grab it 1953 The Cardician 51
Edward Marlo Double Turnover Change 1953 The Cardician 52
Edward Marlo Ambitious Card Move 1953 The Cardician 54
Edward Marlo Misdirection Palm varied by "Action Palm Variant" (Wesley James, 1996),
"Action Palm Variant - Multi-Card Misdirection Palm" (Wesley James, 1997),
"Price's Face Up Misdirection Palm" (Barry Price, 2000)
1953 The Cardician 55
Edward Marlo Repeater Selected Card to Pocket 1953 The Cardician 57
Edward Marlo Simple Shift varied by "The "Block"Buster Pass" (James Swain, 1996) 1953 The Cardician 58
Edward Marlo & Carmen D'Amico Drop Switch Addition two methods, see page 197 for credits 1953 The Cardician 60
Edward Marlo Method for Crimping bottom card corner crimp 1953 The Cardician 64
Edward Marlo One Hand Throw Cut one handed slip cut from left hand to table 1953 The Cardician 66
Edward Marlo Challenge Cutting of Aces 1953 The Cardician 67
Edward Marlo Tabled Second Deal two methods see also "Tabled Seconds" (Edward Marlo, 1959) 1953 The Cardician 69
Edward Marlo It's a Dilly missing card is named 1953 The Cardician 75
Edward Marlo Another Dilly performer knows how many cards are removed by spectator 1953 The Cardician 76
Edward Marlo Spelling Selected Cards 1953 The Cardician 76
Edward Marlo The Nail Gauge Spell 1953 The Cardician 77
Edward Marlo Spin Change Discovery spinning card on smooth surface 1953 The Cardician 78
Edward Marlo Jacks to Aces jacks face up in deck change to aces 1953 The Cardician 79
Edward Marlo Hit the Aces ace packets are placed on deck, then all aces are together in center of deck 1953 The Cardician 80
Edward Marlo Logical Faced Aces faced deck 1953 The Cardician 82
Edward Marlo In One Shuffle aces lost in deck, still on top 1953 The Cardician 83
Edward Marlo The Late Arrival top card changes to selection, turned over by spectator before and after transformation, 4 methods (with and without stripper deck) 1953 The Cardician 85
Edward Marlo Invisible Bottom Deal 1953 The Cardician 89
Edward Marlo The Follow Up Aces aces lost in deck come to top see also "K. M. Move Follow Up Aces" (Edward Marlo, 1962),
"Second Surprise" (Edward Marlo, 1981),
"Roundup" (James Swain, 1982),
"The One Armed Bridge Player" (Gus Southall, 1984),
"Three Phase Follow-Up" (Randy Wakeman, 1985),
"Follow-Up on Follow-Up" (Randy Wakeman, 1987),
"Kings "High"Way" (Harry Lorayne, 1990)
1953 The Cardician 91
Edward Marlo Traveling Card 3 packets varied by "Puddle Jumper" (Eric Mead, 2006) 1953 The Cardician 93
Edward Marlo The False Count 1953 The Cardician 94
Edward Marlo Impromptu Liepzig Leipzig 1953 The Cardician 95
Edward Marlo & Stewart James Pockethereal Minus Pockets two cards thought of, they transpose from packet to packet, two methods inspired by "Pockethereal" (Stewart James, 1948),
varied by "Clarified Packethereal" (Jon Racherbaumer, 1992),
"Pockethereal, Minus Pockets" (Bert Fenn, 1992)
1953 The Cardician 98
Edward Marlo The Double and Triple Buckle 1953 The Cardician 102
Edward Marlo Christine 1953 The Cardician 104
Edward Marlo No Glide Aces 1953 The Cardician 106
Edward Marlo No Glide Aces; Second Method 1953 The Cardician 107
Edward Marlo No Glide Aces; Bluff Method 1953 The Cardician 107
Edward Marlo Swindle Aces showing 4 cards (3 aces, 1 x) as four of a kind 1953 The Cardician 108
Edward Marlo Three Card Monte Climax showing all the same 1953 The Cardician 109
Edward Marlo Monte Climax Kicker transformation 1953 The Cardician 110
Edward Marlo Oil and Water 4&4 1953 The Cardician 111
Edward Marlo Quick Sands cards turn over at once, front and backs change 1953 The Cardician 117
Edward Marlo Cardician Makes Good 1953 The Cardician 119
Edward Marlo Visual Transposition 1953 The Cardician 121
Edward Marlo Red and Blue Telepathy two cards, written on red and blue slips of paper 1953 The Cardician 123
Edward Marlo Billet Switch 1953 The Cardician 125
Edward Marlo Double Thoughts - Single Deck two cards, one thought of, one ahead see also "Double Thought and Two Billets" (Edward Marlo, 1959),
"Double Thought - Single Deck" (Edward Marlo, 1959)
1953 The Cardician 126
Edward Marlo Mental Reverse see also "Neglection Selection" (Lou Gallo, 1995),
varied by "Twisted Inversion" (Jack Parker, 2007)
1953 The Cardician 128
Edward Marlo Mental Reverse 2 1953 The Cardician 129
Edward Marlo & Bob Hummer Cardician's Dream counting procedure with value of thought of card, etc, see page 196 for credits see also "Stolen Hours" (Edward Marlo, 1971) 1953 The Cardician 130
Edward Marlo 21 Card Trick Streamlined 1953 The Cardician 134
Edward Marlo Touch Retouched - Retouched card reversed by spectator is predicted, force, see page 196 for credits inspired by ""Touch" Retouched" (Bill Simon, 1952),
"Touch" (Paul Curry, 2001)
1953 The Cardician 138
Edward Marlo Magic Total:
Eight-Two Locator
Ace-Three-Five Locator
Three-Three-Three Loctaor
using some cards to count down to thought-of card, multiple out counting procedure, three methods 1953 The Cardician 141
Edward Marlo Bold Prediction card reversed by spectator is predicted, post billet writing 1953 The Cardician 147
Edward Marlo The Whispering Queen card reversed by spectator is named 1953 The Cardician 151
Edward Marlo Glimpsing Reversed Card in Deck 1953 The Cardician 149
Edward Marlo Open Prediction multiple methods
- 1st Variation
- 2nd Variation
1953 The Cardician 152
Edward Marlo Follow the Leader 1953 The Cardician 161
Edward Marlo Four Ace Vanish featuring four different vanishes 1953 The Cardician 166
Edward Marlo The Trick Deck All Backs and All Faces, ungaffed, see page 196 for credits 1953 The Cardician 171
Edward Marlo The Torn Card Trick two methods, see page 196 for credits 1953 The Cardician 178
Edward Marlo Anytime two methods 1953 The Cardician 186
Edward Marlo Some Challenging Ideas: The Spectator Coincidence posed as a problem 1953 The Cardician 189
Edward Marlo The Spectator's Prediction spectator writes the prediction, posed as a problem see also "The Spectator's Prediction" (Edward Marlo, 1969) 1953 The Cardician 189
Edward Marlo Junior's Card Trick small packet all backs & all faces, four cards 1953 The Cardician 190
Edward Marlo The Impromptu Phantom five cards with selections are under handkerchief, two removed, rest vanishes 1953 The Cardician 192
Edward Marlo Under-the-Spread Switch as card is tabled 1953 The Cardician 160
Edward Marlo & Norman Osborn Improved Double Count five as six with six different faces, double facer, see also page 16 for variation 1953 Unlimited 8
Edward Marlo Effect One card from packet into odd-backed deck at named number 1953 Unlimited 9
Edward Marlo Christ Force Handling double facer 1953 Unlimited 11
Edward Marlo Unload from Small Spread 1953 Unlimited 12
Edward Marlo Effect Two straight flush shown with six cards, extra-card vanishes and reappears in sleeve 1953 Unlimited 13
Edward Marlo Effect Three card from deck to case, double facer 1953 Unlimited 16
Edward Marlo Effect Four card from deck to case, double facer 1953 Unlimited 18
Edward Marlo Effect Five six cards written on pellets, placed on tray on top of hat, selected card penetrates tray 1953 Unlimited 18
Edward Marlo Magician's Choice one out of six 1953 Unlimited 20
Edward Marlo Billet Switch crumpled up 1953 Unlimited 21
Edward Marlo Effect Six two cards, double facers 1953 Unlimited 22
Edward Marlo Effect Seven magician cuts to aces, three cards on each, aces vanish, reappear in deck, three double facers 1953 Unlimited 24
Edward Marlo False Fan Group Count off the top of the deck 1953 Unlimited 28
Edward Marlo The Group Count for More off the top of the deck 1953 Unlimited 29
Edward Marlo Impromptu Double Count e.g. seven as ten, cards counted reversed to bottom 1953 Unlimited 30
Edward Marlo Double Count Handling for More cards counted reversed to bottom 1953 Unlimited 31
Edward Marlo The Card Goeth Home 1953 Unlimited 32
Edward Marlo Red & Blue Routine I card travels from packet into odd-backed deck to chosen position 1953 Unlimited 36
Edward Marlo One-Hand Buckle Count brief 1953 Unlimited 37
Edward Marlo Red & Blue Routine II card travels from packet into odd-backed deck, then turns over there 1953 Unlimited 39
Edward Marlo Red & Blue Routine III card travels from packet into odd-backed deck twice 1953 Unlimited 40
Edward Marlo Insertion Break getting break underneath outjogged card see also "Insertion of the Cards" (Dai Vernon, 1950) 1953 The Cardician 139
Edward Marlo Two-Card Push-Off to establish break 1953 The Cardician 153
Edward Marlo K.M. Righting of a reversed card in middle 1953 The Cardician 155
Edward Marlo X-Deck named card has an X on back see also "X Marks the Spot" (Edward Marlo, 1972),
varied by "Old Marlo - New Handle" (Edward Marlo & Allan Ackerman, 2005),
also published as "X-Deck" (Edward Marlo, 1956)
1953 The Phoenix 251 - 300 (Issue 296) 1182
Edward Marlo Fishing see also "Fishing Sequence" (Edward Marlo, 2004) 1953 The Cardician 133
Edward Marlo Direct Statement Fishing 1953 The Cardician 137
Edward Marlo Follow the Ace Ace changes into Eight as climax 1954 Miracle Card Changes 19
Edward Marlo A Variation with Effect... Card with paper clip on changes 1954 Miracle Card Changes 9
Edward Marlo A Multiple Effect... selection 1954 Miracle Card Changes 17
Edward Marlo Climax Sleeving complete 1954 Miracle Card Changes 22
Edward Marlo Miracle Change No. 1 - Method No. 1 (seated)
- Method No. 2 (seated or standing)
- Method No. 3 (unload on deck)
- Method No. 4 (stand-up)
1954 Miracle Card Changes 3
Edward Marlo Miracle Change No. 2 into LTP 1954 Miracle Card Changes 11
Edward Marlo Miracle Change No. 3 into "Master Palm" see also "Card Switch" (Clayton Rawson, 1942) 1954 Miracle Card Changes 14
Edward Marlo Dribble Double Lift deck dribbled onto table, double retained in hand 1954 Miracle Card Changes 6
Edward Marlo Side Steal Replacement 1954 Miracle Card Changes 10
Edward Marlo Two Card Toss from deck into right hand 1954 Miracle Card Changes 11
Edward Marlo Sleeving from Master Palm 1954 Miracle Card Changes 15
Edward Marlo An Astounding Transposition two duplicates 1954 Miracle Card Changes 24
Edward Marlo Age Old Card Control see also "Age Old Card Control" (Edward Marlo, 1942) 1954 Handbook Of Card Sleights 4
Al Leech & Edward Marlo The Replacement general comments with method by Ed Marlo 1954 Handbook Of Card Sleights 10
Edward Marlo The Drop Switch 1954 Handbook Of Card Sleights 14
Edward Marlo Marlo's Secret Card Add 1954 Handbook Of Card Sleights 22
Edward Marlo Method 2 ATFUS 1954 Handbook Of Card Sleights 23
Dai Vernon & Edward Marlo The Multiple Shift 1954 Handbook Of Card Sleights 25
Edward Marlo Miracle Card Changes 1954 Miracle Card Changes 2
Edward Marlo Tip-Over Change Handling 1955 Cy Endfield's Entertaining Card Magic - Part III 8
Edward Marlo Ace Assembly Application for last Ace in Assembly 1956 Action Palm 12
Edward Marlo Ace Assembly Application 1956 Action Palm 20
Edward Marlo Count Cop and Transfer from packet to packet, sometimes called "Spontaneous Add" 1956 Action Palm 10
Edward Marlo Selected Card to Pocket using Misdirection Palm 1956 Action Palm 23
Edward Marlo Repeat Card to Pocket 1956 Action Palm 19
Edward Marlo Square Up Drop Palm two Cards to Pocket 1956 Action Palm 33
Edward Marlo Count Cop for Left Hand one of 5 blue backed Card travells into red deck 1956 Action Palm 16
Edward Marlo Broken Corner corner short substitute, Note 1 1956 Fingertip Control 22
Edward Marlo Count Cop Exchange for example three of four 1956 Action Palm 13
Edward Marlo Card from Pocket ideas/"Search" Technique 1956 Action Palm 52
Edward Marlo Card from Pocket Ideas different subterfuges see also "Transfer with Jacket" (Edward Marlo & Ken Krenzel, 1997),
varied by "Card from Pocket Idea Variation" (Edward Marlo & Allan Ackerman, 2012)
1956 Action Palm 52
Edward Marlo Basic Procedure 1956 Fingertip Control 3
Edward Marlo Definite Fingertip Control - D.F.C. stepping at selection see also "Moving the Steps" (Edward Marlo, 1970),
"Putting in the Step" (Edward Marlo, 1970)
1956 Fingertip Control 19
Edward Marlo Fifth Method step in advance 1956 Fingertip Control 15
Edward Marlo First Method forced estimation, fishing see also "The Sudden Stop" (Edward Marlo, 1962),
"Fingertip Riffle Peek Estimation" (Edward Marlo, 1962)
1956 Fingertip Control 5
Edward Marlo Fourth Method Injog 1956 Fingertip Control 10
Edward Marlo Second Method imperfection, nailnick, edgemark 1956 Fingertip Control 6
Edward Marlo Sixth Method glimpsing card 1956 Fingertip Control 16
Edward Marlo Third Method cornershort, see note on page 22 1956 Fingertip Control 7
Edward Marlo Multiple Card Control Sequence imperfection, nailnick, edgemark 1956 Fingertip Control 7
Edward Marlo Third Method cornershort, see note on page 22 1956 Fingertip Control 8
Edward Marlo Fourth Method - Multiple Control Injog 1956 Fingertip Control 13
Edward Marlo Fifth Method steps in advance 1956 Fingertip Control 13
Edward Marlo Free Force Principle re-forcing following cards 1956 Fingertip Control 17
Edward Marlo Fingertip Peek Force corner short, also multiple cards, see note on page 22 1956 Fingertip Control 9
Edward Marlo Double Peek Force fingertip 1956 Fingertip Control 12
Edward Marlo Commercial Double Peek Force 1956 Fingertip Control 17
Edward Marlo Square-Up Glimpse see note on page 22 1956 Fingertip Control 18
Edward Marlo Tilt Glimpse in context of Fingertip Control 1956 Fingertip Control 16
Edward Marlo Double Action Palms 1956 Action Palm 34
Edward Marlo Easy Palm Transfer right Classic to left Cop Position 1956 Action Palm 51
Edward Marlo Bits of Misdirection - For Bottom Palm 1956 Action Palm 40
Edward Marlo Delayed Action Palm originally top Card are shuffled to bottom 1956 Action Palm 3
Edward Marlo Pivot Bottom Steal small packet handling 1956 Action Palm 36
Edward Marlo Bits of Misdirection various bits 1956 Action Palm 40
Edward Marlo Brush Palm small packet palm handling 1956 Action Palm 38
Edward Marlo Misdirection Palm another Card is pushed into Pack while top card is palmed 1956 Action Palm 21
Edward Marlo Pressure Fan Palm and application as a color change 1956 Action Palm 27
Edward Marlo Action Palm - One Hand Control & Palm Sequence see also "One Hand Top Palm Cover" (Edward Marlo, 2008) 1956 Action Palm 16
Edward Marlo Delayed One Hand Palm see also "Misdirection Brushing" (Edward Marlo, 1984) 1956 Action Palm 43
Edward Marlo One Hand Palm as Action Palm during an Overhand Shuffle or Dovetail Shuffle 1956 Action Palm 29
Edward Marlo The Table Edge Palm special small packet handling 1956 Action Palm 35
Edward Marlo After the Cut 1956 Action Palm 47
Edward Marlo The Delayed Replacement 1956 Action Palm 48
Edward Marlo Palm Replacements Basic Replacement Move 1956 Action Palm 44
Edward Marlo Revolving Replacement 1956 Action Palm 49
Edward Marlo The Rise and Riffle 1956 Action Palm 45
Edward Marlo The Shuffle Replacement 1956 Action Palm 48
Edward Marlo The Square Up 1956 Action Palm 46
Edward Marlo The Top Card Return 1956 Action Palm 46
Edward Marlo The Turn and Gesture 1956 Action Palm 46
Edward Marlo The Turn Over 1956 Action Palm 45
Edward Marlo Count Cop for Left Hand 1956 Action Palm 14
Edward Marlo Drop Cut Palm Triple Cut Cover 1956 Action Palm 34
Edward Marlo The Shuffle Palm overhand shuffle, originally top Cards 1956 Action Palm 1
Edward Marlo Take Techniques for Action Palm Overhand Shuffle Cover, two Methods 1956 Action Palm 31
Edward Marlo The Count Cop Cards are counted into right hand, returned to left, different handlings 1956 Action Palm 6
Edward Marlo The Cull Palm spread culled cards are palmed "right away", or directly from peek see also "Center Block Palm" (Edward Marlo, 1957) 1956 Action Palm 25
Edward Marlo The Clip Steal l.h. Steal during Overhand Shuffle 1956 Action Palm 18
Edward Marlo Cull Palm Replacement r.h. cop 1956 Action Palm 26
Edward Marlo Bits of Misdirection for a variety of different Palming Techniques 1956 Action Palm 39
Edward Marlo Holding Out tips 1956 Action Palm 50
Edward Marlo Count Cop for Small Packets routine for eleven-card-trick, two handlings 1956 Action Palm 9
Edward Marlo Card Vanishes from Small Packet 1956 Action Palm 10
Edward Marlo From Packet to Packet 1956 Action Palm 11
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