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S. W. Erdnase The Open Shift color change mention on page 134Related to The Expert at the Card Table 132
S. W. Erdnase The S.W.E. Shift color change mention on page 136Related toVariations The Expert at the Card Table 134
S. W. Erdnase The Diagonal Palm-Shift mention of top palm, bottom palm, multiple shift on page 141Related toVariationsAlso published here The Expert at the Card Table 137
S. W. Erdnase Erdnase System of Blind Shuffles - Position for Shuffle Related to The Expert at the Card Table 28
S. W. Erdnase Blind Shuffles - I. To Retain Top Stock Related to The Expert at the Card Table 29
S. W. Erdnase II. To Retain Top Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck Related to The Expert at the Card Table 31
S. W. Erdnase III. To Retain Bottom Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck Related to The Expert at the Card Table 32
S. W. Erdnase Erdnase System of Blind Riffles and Cuts - I. To Retain the Top Stock Related toVariations The Expert at the Card Table 33
S. W. Erdnase II. To Retain the Bottom Stock Related to The Expert at the Card Table 36
Unknown III. To Retain the Top Stock running cut with breakRelated toVariationsAlso published here The Expert at the Card Table 41
S. W. Erdnase IV. To Retain the Bottom Stock VariationsAlso published here The Expert at the Card Table 42
S. W. Erdnase Bottom Dealing featuring the Erdnase GripRelated toVariationsAlso published here The Expert at the Card Table 52
S. W. Erdnase The Erdnase System of Palming - Top Palm. First Method Related to The Expert at the Card Table 83
S. W. Erdnase Bottom Palm. First Method with left little finger optionRelated toVariations The Expert at the Card Table 86
Graham Adams The Plaque System using wooden blocks of different thickness the size of a card for practicing moves like cuts, see also photographs starting on p. 74 with multiple cuts illustrated with the wood piecesRelated to Mr. S. W. Erdnase — "His Book" 4
Paul LePaul Aces Up! Variations The Card Magic of Le Paul 203
Edward Marlo Rise-Rise-Rise card from center rises to top visible, tabled, two methods (Tenkai and Flat Palm)Variations The Tabled Palm 23
John Benzais Third Effect (For Four Coins) Variations The Best of Benzais 5
Dai Vernon The Transfer Force angle jog handlingRelated toVariations The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 1 93
Steve Bedwell The Dribble - Toss Control Related toAlso published here Siamese Signatures and Other Oddities 10
John Benzais, Ross Bertram, Shane Cobalt Coins Through The Table Basically Benzais's routine with a Ross Bertram move in itInspired by Chasing Dovetails 13
Shane Cobalt Sleeving for Dummies Sleeving handling in the context of vanishing a coin Chasing Dovetails 18
Edward Marlo, Shane Cobalt Raised! Handling of Rise-Rise-Rise by MarloInspired by Chasing Dovetails 21
Shane Cobalt Tenkai Palm Cleanup Chasing Dovetails 23
Shane Cobalt The Silly Little Rubber Band Trick Rubberband starts dangling from thumb, with a wave becomes intertwined between the fingers, more of a stunt Chasing Dovetails 25
Shane Cobalt Additional Notes Chasing Dovetails 33
Shane Cobalt Introduction Chasing Dovetails 1
Paul LePaul, Shane Cobalt LePaul's Aces four Aces placed on bottom of deck one by one, rise to the topInspired by Chasing Dovetails 2
Shane Cobalt Notes A Trick for Chuck 10
Shane Cobalt Introduction The Visible Deck 1
Shane Cobalt, Derrick Chung The Visible Deck peeked at card turns over, a second selection is predicted, fair look, using a special peek-deck pair The Visible Deck 2
Shane Cobalt Peek Force Handling deck higher than usual, peek-force pair The Visible Deck 4
Shane Cobalt Credits on the peek-deck cardsRelated to The Visible Deck 8
Shane Cobalt Introduction CTRL 1
Shane Cobalt Context CTRL 2
Shane Cobalt The Cream Control card out-jogged from in-the-hands spread, shown and pushed in, to top, light-reft-spread-pass feel CTRL 3
Shane Cobalt The Helium Control same appearance than Dribble Toss Control, but different methodRelated to CTRL 6
Shane Cobalt The Empty Control card peeked at, then some cards left on table put on topInspired by CTRL 11
Shane Cobalt Peek Handling deck higher in hand as usual CTRL 11
Shane Cobalt Introduction A Trick for Chuck 1
Shane Cobalt A Trick for Chuck a Jack at top and bottom of two halves, riffle shuffle retains a Jack at top and bottomInspired by
  • Charles Jordan
A Trick for Chuck 2
Shane Cobalt Zarrow Shuffle Placement setting a key at the top and bottom of two halves A Trick for Chuck 3
Shane Cobalt Introduction 50 Faces North 1
Shane Cobalt 50 Faces North - With A Borrowed Deck 50 Faces North 2
Andrew Frost Tabled False Cut straight false cut from the hands to the tableRelated toVariations The Neat Review (Issue 1 - London 2019) 112
Shane Cobalt Introduction The Acorn Notes 6
Shane Cobalt (reviewer) What's So Special About Erdnase? by S. W. Erdnase The Acorn Notes 7
Shane Cobalt Which Edition? The Acorn Notes 8
Shane Cobalt Erdnase For Magicians The Acorn Notes 11
Shane Cobalt The Basics The Acorn Notes 13
Shane Cobalt Overhand Shuffles quoted from Erdnase with commentaryRelated to The Acorn Notes 13
Shane Cobalt To Retain Top Stock Related to The Acorn Notes 15
Shane Cobalt To Retain the Bottom Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck Related to The Acorn Notes 15
Shane Cobalt To Retain Top Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck Related to The Acorn Notes 16
Shane Cobalt Riffle Shuffles Related to The Acorn Notes 16
Shane Cobalt False Cuts intro The Acorn Notes 20
Shane Cobalt Run Cuts The Acorn Notes 20
Shane Cobalt Without Breaking Stride... about running cuts The Acorn Notes 23
Shane Cobalt To Retain Top Stock Without Breaking Stride Inspired by The Acorn Notes 23
Shane Cobalt To Retain Bottom Stock Without Breaking Stride Inspired by The Acorn Notes 23
Shane Cobalt The Plaque System (Adams) comments on the plaque systemRelated to The Acorn Notes 24
Shane Cobalt Palming The Acorn Notes 25
Shane Cobalt Top Palm - First Method comments on Erdnase's techniqueRelated to The Acorn Notes 26
Shane Cobalt Bottom Palm - First Method comments on Erdnase's techniqueRelated to The Acorn Notes 27
Shane Cobalt The Open Shift commentsRelated to The Acorn Notes 29
Shane Cobalt The S. W. E. Shift commentsRelated to The Acorn Notes 31
Shane Cobalt The Diagonal Palm-Shift with comments and practice tipsRelated to The Acorn Notes 34
Shane Cobalt From The Peek DPS from peek, with original peek handlingInspired by The Acorn Notes 38
Shane Cobalt On The Table DPS from tabled insertionInspired by The Acorn Notes 41
Shane Cobalt As a False Cut DPS as false cut onto tableInspired byRelated to The Acorn Notes 43
Shane Cobalt Bottom Dealing with comments
- Notes on "The Grip"
Related to The Acorn Notes 44
Shane Cobalt Final Thoughts The Acorn Notes 48