54 entries in Cards / Sleights / Controls / Single Card Controls / Fingertip Peek Controls
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T. Nelson Downs Third Method spectator peeks in his own hands, risky bridge, also with rubber banded deck The Art of Magic 150
T. Nelson Downs Fourth Method spectator peeks at a card in his own hands and it is found, estimation and stack, "the bungling and unobserving performer will meet his Waterloo in this experiment" The Art of Magic 152
Charlie Miller The Danbury Deliver fingertip peek Expert Card Technique 307
Edward Marlo Definite Fingertip Control - D.F.C. stepping at selectionRelated to Fingertip Control 19
Edward Marlo Fifth Method step in advance Fingertip Control 15
Edward Marlo First Method forced estimation, fishingRelated toVariations
  • A.M. (Unknown, 2017)
Fingertip Control 5
Edward Marlo Fourth Method Injog Fingertip Control 10
Edward Marlo Second Method imperfection, nailnick, edgemark Fingertip Control 6
Edward Marlo Sixth Method - Tilt Glimpse glimpsing cardVariations Fingertip Control 16
Edward Marlo Third Method cornershort, see note on page 22 Fingertip Control 7
Edward Marlo Finger-Tip Control Fingertip Control 3
Edward Marlo Basic Procedure fingertip peek Fingertip Control 3
Edward Marlo The Sudden Stop fingertip peek control, "Forced Estimation" Estimation 21
Dai Vernon A Peek jog Early Vernon 63
Edward Marlo Fingertip Riffle Peek Estimation "Forced Estimation"Related toVariations Estimation 20
Edward Marlo Tenth Method real overhand shuffle after fingertip peek estimation Estimation 32
Edward Marlo Eleventh Method real riffle shuffle in lieu of a faro after estimated fingertip peek Estimation 33
Edward Marlo Fingertip Location fingertip peeked at card is located, estimation and key Estimation 42
Edward Marlo Definite Fingertip Control with Finger-Flesh Grip Advanced Fingertip Control 2
Edward Marlo Side Flesh Break applied to Both Hands Advanced Fingertip Control 3
Edward Marlo Fingertip Spectator's Peek spectator pushed deck open, yet it appears to be a fingertip peek Advanced Fingertip Control 5
Edward Marlo The Crimp - D.F.C. bridge where spectator stops, two methodsRelated to Advanced Fingertip Control 6
Edward Marlo Putting in the Step five handlingsInspired by Advanced Fingertip Control 10
Edward Marlo Moving the Steps three methodsInspired by Advanced Fingertip Control 13
Edward Marlo Fantastic Fingertip Controls with step fan, and one hand closing of fan, see also page 85 for "Added Notes on the One Hand Closing of the Fan" Advanced Fingertip Control 60
Edward Marlo The Marked Deck "how to control it, without obviously running through the pack to find it, is our concern"
- For One Card
- For Two Cards
- For Three Cards
Advanced Fingertip Control 71
Dr. James Nuzzo The Dr. Nuzzo Peek fine secret incomplete faro condition to facilitate counting, for credit information see referenceRelated to Advanced Fingertip Control 72
Edward Marlo The Variant Fingertip Peek applying substance to peeked-at card with right second finger
- The Baisc Method
- Daub Variant
- Saliva Variant
- Adhesive Variant
Variations Advanced Fingertip Control 74
Edward Marlo Wet Line Vanish or Control selection vanishes or is controlled, saliva handling Advanced Fingertip Control 88
Edward Marlo Fingertip Peek & Stripper Deck Advanced Fingertip Control 157
Edward Marlo For the Fingertip Peek Applying Secret Incomplete Faro Condition Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 298
Edward Marlo Marlo's Variation on an Idea variation on Marlo's Peek Deck (Secret IF)Inspired by Marlo's Magazine Volume 2 299
Edward Marlo In Fingertip Control using an injog, also as force and multiple control Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 39
Edward Marlo The Fingertip Peek Steal fingertip peek handling, to top or Tenkai palmRelated to Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 173
Charlie Miller Additional Miller Notes - holding break while tapping on table
- nailnick and estimate distance from key
- "Vernon's 7 card, 7 piles trick."
The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 3) 1
Dai Vernon A New Peek Control using finger nail The Vernon Chronicles - Volume 1 86
Edward Marlo Fingertip Controls three methods, one with a "horribly warped" deckRelated to Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 263
Ken Krenzel Thought Bridge banded deck is tossed out, one spectator peeks a card which is divined and might travel to pocket from banded deck, ungaffedRelated to Close-up Impact! 88
Edward Marlo Fingertip Side Steals four methods That's It 1
Roger Crosthwaite LTP Peek Steal Roger's Thesaurus 89
Roger Crosthwaite Daub Fingertip Peek Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 78
Roger Crosthwaite Clip Bottom Control from peek to LTP to bottom of deck Roger's Thesaurus 100
Roger Crosthwaite Clip Second-from-Bottom Control from peek to LTP to second from bottom Roger's Thesaurus 101
Neal Elias The Breakless Peek with jogged card that acts as short cardVariations New Card Controls 54
Karl Fulves The Breakless Peek technical variation, side-jogged card acts as short cardInspired by New Card Controls 103
Dai Vernon The Weight Guesser Magician knows position of spectators card, estimation Bruce Cervon's Castle Notebooks - Volume 1 45
Edward Marlo Fingertip Control Der Stoff aus dem die Wunder sind 27
Ryan Schlutz Peek as a Control bridgeRelated to Making the Cut 10
Joseph Barry E-CAN fairly peeked-at card, at position named by spectator Reverie 11
Roy Baker Shiner, Shiner chrome tape Facsimile (Issue 5) 20
Jon Racherbaumer Notes on Peek Decks Facsimile (Issue 5) 52
Unknown Fingertip Peek Count counting as cards riffle off Quarterly (Issue 5 (Winter 2017)) 26
R. Paul Wilson S.A.L.O.B. direct glimpse during Fingertip Peek procedureInspired by Think Again 12
Harry Riser, Johnny Thompson Impromptu Shiner black coffee
- Spread Key Card Glimpse
- Riffle Key Card Glimpse
- Dribble Key Card Glimpse
- Peek Control
The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 113