21 entries in Cards / Sleights / Estimation / Natural Estimation
  
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Theodore Annemann Eagle Location risky location in which spectator shuffles his own card backRelated to The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 56) 397
Edward Marlo First Method forced estimation, fishingRelated toVariations
  • A.M. (Unknown, 2017)
Fingertip Control 5
Edward Marlo Automatic Cut Principle left thumb pulls down on left side Faro Notes 57
Edward Marlo Estimation Placement left thumb breaks deck at estimated place The Multiple Shift 34
Edward Marlo Side Riffle Estimation left thumb riffles down to same spotRelated to Estimation 16
Edward Marlo Pull Down Estimation left thumb pulls down to same spot Estimation 17
Edward Marlo Back End Riffle Estimation also on the table, tossed-next-to-selection effectRelated to Estimation 18
Edward Marlo Visual Retention Estimate estimating visual size instead of number Estimation 20
Edward Marlo The Sudden Stop fingertip peek control, "Forced Estimation" Estimation 21
Edward Marlo The Fan Spread Estimate spread count estimation between the hands Estimation 22
Edward Marlo The Cut Estimate cutting off the same number of card, tabled or in-the-hands, ace cutting application Estimation 19
Edward Marlo Fingertip Riffle Peek Estimation "Forced Estimation"Related toVariations Estimation 20
Robert Walker Toss-Timated card tossed in in deck, value there used to count to selectionInspired by Kabbala — Volume 2 (Vol. 2 No. 7) 54
Eddie Fechter, Edward Marlo The Estimation Peek Related to Card Cavalcade II 169
Harry Riser Almost Legitimate Cutting the Aces center blocks cut out one-handedInspired byAlso published here Arcane (Issue 6) 59
Edward Marlo How's That? Related to The Olram File (Issue 12) 16
Karl Fulves Riffle Stab stabbing a card in deck while riffling it on table with other hand, real estimation, see page 97 for more commentsInspired by Setting Up Exercises 43
Edward Marlo New Approach Location deck shuffled, packet cut off and this cut into two piles again, bottom card of one remembered and replaced, performer reverses selection (or card next to it) under tableAlso published here
  • The New Tops, Dec. 1974
M.I.N.T. — Volume II 201
Harry Riser Almost Legitimate Cutting the Aces center blocks cut out one-handedInspired byAlso published here Secrets of an Escamoteur 45
Harry Riser S.W.Estimation "Self-Working Estimation", restricted estimation, managed estimation
spectator cuts to a card and remembers it in half the deck, Three value used to locate selection
Also published here
  • MUM, July 1996
Secrets of an Escamoteur 83
Unknown A.M. two spectators peek at a card, performer divines them, fair conditionsInspired byRelated to Michał Kociołek Live! 1