Written by Edward Marlo, Jon Racherbaumer

Work of Edward Marlo

248 pages (Paperback), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with photographs and drawings.
Language: English

(93 entries)


Creators Title Comments & References Page Categories
Jon Racherbaumer (reviewer) Introduction by S. W. Erdnase
on Erdnase and Diaconis's comments in Revelations
Jon Racherbaumer Shuffling general comments 14
Edward Marlo Lessinout System no jogs, with notes
- Lessinout Cull
- Lessinout Stack
Also published here 15
Edward Marlo Streamlined Lessinout Stack Also published here 19
Edward Marlo Marnese Overhand Stack combining Erdnase and Milk Build, four methodsAlso published here 21
Edward Marlo Overhand Cull Shorts Aces cut short, airing deck to let cards fall outAlso published here 25
Edward Marlo The 312 Second Stack Also published here 27
Edward Marlo The 412 Second Stack Milk BuildAlso published here 28
Jon Racherbaumer Riffle Shuffling 29
Edward Marlo Strip-Out Shuffle Related to 30
Edward Marlo Roman Shuffle Also published here 32
Edward Marlo Kid Royal Concept delayed strip out
- Block Strip Out with Triple Cut
- To Keep the Bottom Stock
Also published here 36
Edward Marlo Variation of the Zarrow Shuffle - First Variation
- Second Variation
- Third Variation
- Fourth Variation (see "Gambler's False Shuffle" reference)
- Marlo's False Shuffle
- A Cutting Action
- Easy Technique For The Zarrow Shuffle
Inspired byAlso published here 37
Edward Marlo Faro Riffle Shuffle Also published here 42
Jon Racherbaumer On the Steven's Control commentsRelated to 47
Edward Marlo Stevens Control Riffle Culling handlingAlso published here 48
Edward Marlo Marnase False Cut Also published here 49
Jon Racherbaumer Slippage on slip cuts 51
Edward Marlo One-Hand Throw Cut one handed slip cut from left hand to tableAlso published here 52
Edward Marlo One-Hand Bottom Slip Cut from left hand to table
- Extremely Delicate Ace-Cutting
Also published here 54
Edward Marlo Marlo Slip Cut Also published here
  • The Gen, Vol. 11 No. 12, Apr. 1956
Edward Marlo The True Cut Also published here
  • The Gen, Vol. 11 No. 12, Apr. 1956
Edward Marlo The Complete False Cut straight false swing cutRelated toAlso published here
  • The Gen, Vol. 11 No. 12, Apr. 1956
Edward Marlo, Bob Nelson Marlo's Slip Cut Force - As An ExchangeAlso published here
  • The Gen, Vol. 13 No. 2, June 1957
Edward Marlo Variations of K. M. Move Force slip forceAlso published here 66
Art Altman Art Altman's Handling slip forceAlso published here 69
Edward Marlo One-Cut, Double-Control center slip cutAlso published here 70
Edward Marlo More Slip Cuts - First Method
- A Variation
- Strictly on the Table
- Second Method
- Third Method
- Shuffler's Slip Cut
Also published here 73
Edward Marlo Marlo Technique for the Top and Bottom Slip Cut - The Top Slip Cut
- The Bottom Slip Cut (three methods)
- Marlo's Double Slip Cut
Also published here 83
Edward Marlo No-Touch Second Deal Related to 87
Edward Marlo S. F. Grip full grip, "Sharps and Flats"Also published here 91
Edward Marlo S. F. Second Deals two methodsAlso published here 92
Edward Marlo S. F. Natural Second Deal Also published here 93
Edward Marlo S. F. Bottom Deal Also published here 94
Edward Marlo Missing Finger Deal finger(s) are curled under deckAlso published here 96
Edward Marlo New Bottom Stud Also published here 97
Edward Marlo Havana Deals stud bottom deal, six methodsAlso published here 98
Edward Marlo Greased Bottom Deal secret incomplete faro conditionAlso published here 107
Edward Marlo First Application bottom dealAlso published here 108
Edward Marlo Second Application bottom deal with four AcesAlso published here 109
Edward Marlo Third Application you get Aces, spectator Kings, bottom dealAlso published here 109
Edward Marlo Multiple Minus Bottom Deal Also published here 110
Jon Racherbaumer One Hand Bottom Deals comments 112
Edward Marlo Throw Bottom Deal - Outward Deal
- Inward Deal
Also published here 113
Edward Marlo Flat Hand Bottom Deals deck sits flat on fingers, three methods, credit informationRelated to 117
Edward Marlo, S. W. Erdnase Bottom Palm Replacement refinement of Erdnase method
- Basic Rotary Movement
- The Replacement
- The Delayed Replacement
Also published here 126
Edward Marlo Invisible Capping tabled deckAlso published here 129
Edward Marlo Palming from a Shuffle before Dovetail shuffleRelated to 132
Edward Marlo Double Action Palms both hands, Dovetail shuffleAlso published here 133
Edward Marlo Pick-Up Replacement picking up tabled deckAlso published here 134
Edward Marlo The Spider Return tabled deckAlso published here 134
Edward Marlo Variations of a Palm tabled, during riffle shuffle
- Basic Starting Position
- To Palm Off the Top Cards
- Maneuvering to Other Palm Positions
Also published here 136
Edward Marlo Throw-Offs and Replacements table edge hold-out, imp passAlso published here 144
Edward Marlo Tabled Bottom Replacement Also published here 147
Unknown Erdnase Change handling for the first transformation 151
Jon Racherbaumer Double Erdnase Change Also published here 155
Edward Marlo Convincing Jogged Change outjogged ErdnaseAlso published here 157
Edward Marlo For the Informed card on deck is shown singly before and after transformation, three methods (tabled and ala Erdnase/Houdini Change)Also published here 159
Edward Marlo Bottop Change Also published here 161
Edward Marlo Imperfection Force under-the-spread forceAlso published here 165
Jon Racherbaumer Three Card Visible Monte comments 167
Edward Marlo Trapped Mexican spectator has one finger on edge of card and pins it to table during switchAlso published here
  • The New Tops, Dec. 1983
Edward Marlo First Application Trapped Mexican switchAlso published here
  • The New Tops, Dec. 1983
Edward Marlo Second Application Trapped Mexican switchAlso published here
  • The New Tops, Dec. 1983
Edward Marlo Third Application Trapped Mexican SwitchAlso published here
  • The New Tops, Dec. 1983
Edward Marlo Marlo's Monte cards bent upwards at sides instead of downwardsAlso published here
  • The Sorcerer's Eyes, Vol. 3 No. 33-36, 1981
Edward Marlo Charlier Shift covering the pass, as Color ChangeAlso published here 178
Jon Racherbaumer The Slide commentRelated to 183
Edward Marlo Side-Jog Glide from end grip
- Variant A
- Variant B: As a Multiple Exchange
- Variant C
- Variant D
Also published here 184
Edward Marlo Repeat Card to Pocket card travels to pocket three timesRelated to 186
Jon Racherbaumer Finessed Misdirection Palm Inspired byAlso published here 188
Edward Marlo New Aces to Pockets Also published here 190
Jon Racherbaumer Making the Coterie Even More Exclusive commentsRelated to 192
Edward Marlo Bluff Ace Assembly Also published here
  • Ireland Year Book 1955
Frederick Braue Braue Addition 194
Edward Marlo K.B.V. Aces Inspired by
  • Bluff Ace Assembly (Ireland's Year Book 1955)
Also published here
  • MUM, Dec. 1959
Edward Marlo Veeser Concept Handling 201
Jon Racherbaumer The Divining Rod commentRelated to 206
Edward Marlo Simplex Card Stabbing Also published here 207
Carmen D'Amico D'Amico's Miracle Card Stab cut at crimpAlso published here 210
Jon Racherbaumer Note on Pre-Arranged Deck 213
Edward Marlo Quick Way to Set-Up Stebbins shuffling new deck into Si Stebbins, farosRelated to 214
Jon Racherbaumer The Acrobatic Jacks commentRelated to 215
Edward Marlo One Fantastic Move reverse card in center during turnover pass, Gombert PassAlso published here 216
Jon Racherbaumer A Mind-Reading Trick credit informationRelated to 220
Edward Marlo Streamlined Discernment one out of threeAlso published here 222
Jon Racherbaumer The Travelling Cards commentRelated to 223
Edward Marlo Student's Exchange Also published here 223
Edward Marlo (reviewer) Marlo's Comments on Vernon's Revelations by Dai Vernon
with introduction by Jon Racherbaumer
Jon Racherbaumer Erdnase Trivia Quiz thirty-eigh quiz questions on "The Expert at the Card Table" 240
Jon Racherbaumer (reviewer) Beyond Erdnase - Fragments of the Rest of the Story by Dai Vernon
on the book Revelations and fictitious reviews
Jon Racherbaumer Beyond Erdnase fictitious review about non-existing book, pseudonym "Thom Gunn" 244
Jon Racherbaumer Coda 248