preface \n \n s. w. erdnase \n observations \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Preface

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introduction \n \n s. w. erdnase \n observations \n steve forte \n notes on erdnase \n roberto giobbi
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Introduction

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professional secrets \n \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Professional Secrets

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hold outs \n information and opinion \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Hold Outs

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prepared cards \n information and opinion \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Prepared Cards

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15



confederacy \n \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Confederacy

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two methods of shuffling \n \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Two Methods of Shuffling

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primary accomplishments \n false shuffling and cutting \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Primary Accomplishments

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possibilities of the "blind" \n \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Possibilities of the "Blind"

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uniformity of action \n \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Uniformity of Action

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deportment \n \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Deportment

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display of ability \n \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Display of Ability

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greatest single accomplishment \n bottom dealing \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Greatest Single Accomplishment

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effect of suspicion \n \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Effect of Suspicion

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acquiring the art \n \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Acquiring the Art

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importance of details \n \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Importance of Details

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25



technical terms \n \n s. w. erdnase \n card table artifice \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Technical Terms

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25



erdnase system of blind shuffles  position for shuffle \n \n s. w. erdnase \n overhand shuffles \n shane cobalt
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Erdnase System of Blind Shuffles  Position for Shuffle

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28



blind shuffles  i. to retain top stock \n \n s. w. erdnase \n to retain top stock \n shane cobalt \n erdnase system of blind shuffles \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Blind Shuffles  I. To Retain Top Stock

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ii. to retain top stock and shuffle whole deck \n \n s. w. erdnase \n to retain top stock and shuffle whole deck \n shane cobalt \n erdnase system of blind shuffles \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

II. To Retain Top Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck

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iii. to retain bottom stock and shuffle whole deck \n \n s. w. erdnase \n to retain the bottom stock and shuffle whole deck \n shane cobalt \n erdnase system of blind shuffles \n steve forte \n to retain the bottom stock and shuffle whole deck (p. 32) \n roberto giobbi
1902
S. W. Erdnase

III. To Retain Bottom Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck

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32



erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts  i. to retain the top stock \n \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase aces \n harry riser \n riffle shuffles \n shane cobalt \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Erdnase System of Blind Riffles and Cuts  I. To Retain the Top Stock

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33



ii. to retain the bottom stock \n \n s. w. erdnase \n riffle shuffles \n shane cobalt \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

II. To Retain the Bottom Stock

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blind cuts  i. to retain bottom stock. top losing one card \n \n unknown \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte
1902

Blind Cuts  I. To Retain Bottom Stock. Top Losing One Card

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39



ii. to retain the complete stock \n \n unknown \n to retain the complete stock \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte
1902

II. To Retain the Complete Stock

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40



iii. to retain the top stock \n running cut with break \n unknown \n top stock control \n s. w. erdnase \n combinación del corte múltiple a un mano con el corte para retener el paquete superior de erdnase \n juan villarejo \n to retain the top stock \n s. w. erdnase \n to retain top stock without breaking stride \n shane cobalt \n erdnase false strips \n steve forte \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte
1902

III. To Retain the Top Stock

Related toVariationsAlso published here

41



iv. to retain the bottom stock \n \n s. w. erdnase \n handling of false cuts and blinds \n edward marlo \n s. w. erdnase \n to retain the bottom stock \n s. w. erdnase \n to retain bottom stock without breaking stride \n shane cobalt \n erdnase false strips \n steve forte \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

IV. To Retain the Bottom Stock

Related toVariationsAlso published here

42



v. to retain bottom stock. riffle ii and cut iv \n combination riffle and cuts \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte \n combination riffle and cuts  to retain bottom stock. riffle ii and cut iv \n roberto giobbi
1902
S. W. Erdnase

V. To Retain Bottom Stock. Riffle II and Cut IV

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44



fancy blind cuts  i. to retain the complete stock \n \n unknown \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte \n more options \n steve forte \n a flourish cut (false) after erdnase's fancy blind cut n° 1 \n vanni bossi \n kingslip \n mark aspiazu
1902

Fancy Blind Cuts  I. To Retain the Complete Stock

Related toVariations

44



ii. to retain the complete stock \n \n s. w. erdnase \n cutting up \n tom gagnon \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte \n more options \n steve forte \n cy endfield's fourway slip cut  reconstruction \n justin higham \n cy endfield
1902
S. W. Erdnase

II. To Retain the Complete Stock

Related toVariations

45



onehanded fancy true cut \n tabled \n unknown \n the dave price false cut \n dave price \n a triple fancy table cut \n ross bertram \n a triple fancy table cut \n msgr. vincent foy \n a simple fancy one hand table cut \n msgr. vincent foy \n onehanded genuine "cut" \n unknown \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte \n single false cuts \n edward marlo \n quattro amigos \n luis carreon \n un amigo \n luis carreon
1902

OneHanded Fancy True Cut

Related toVariations

46



to indicate the location for the cut  i. this is located by the crimp \n bridge crimp, for use after overhand shuffle \n unknown \n the inverted crimp \n graham adams \n to indicate the location for the cut \n steve forte
1902

To Indicate the Location for the Cut  I. This is located by the Crimp

Related toVariations

48



ii. this is located by the jog \n for use after overhand shuffle \n s. w. erdnase \n to indicate the location for the cut \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

II. This is located by the jog

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50



iii. this is located by the crimp \n bridge crimp, for use after riffle shuffle \n unknown \n to indicate the location for the cut \n steve forte
1902

III. This is located by the crimp

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51



iv. this is located by the jog \n for use after riffle shuffle \n unknown \n to indicate the location for the cut \n steve forte
1902

IV. This is located by the jog

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51



bottom dealing \n featuring the erdnase grip \n s. w. erdnase \n the marnase bottom deal \n edward marlo \n unit movement for erdnase bottom deal \n edward marlo \n bottom fact \n karl fulves \n onehand erdnase \n karl fulves \n the bottom deal \n jack avis \n stop on a dime \n karl fulves \n bottom steal \n karl fulves \n bottom dealing \n s. w. erdnase \n the bottom deal \n graham adams \n bottom dealing \n shane cobalt \n bottom dealing \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Bottom Dealing

Related toVariationsAlso published here

52



top and bottom dealing with one hand \n using the erdnase bottom deal, also mention of stud bottom deal \n s. w. erdnase \n bottom dealing \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Top and Bottom Dealing with One Hand

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56



second dealing \n two methods \n s. w. erdnase \n the side pushoff second \n s. w. erdnase \n edward marlo \n on the erdnase second deal \n s. w. erdnase \n roberto giobbi \n the second deal \n graham adams \n second dealing \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Second Dealing

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58



ordinary methods of stocking, locating and securing \n different methods while toying with the deck \n s. w. erdnase \n method five: multiple cull \n roger crosthwaite \n method six: multiple cull \n roger crosthwaite \n gagnon stocks erdnase \n tom gagnon \n ordinary methods of stocking, locating and securing \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Ordinary Methods of Stocking, Locating and Securing

Related toVariations

60



stock shuffle \n milk build, drawing only from the bottom without top card cover, also for more hands at once \n unknown \n a new method of stock shuffle \n graham adams \n nohaymow haymow \n steve forte \n stock shuffle \n steve forte
1902

Stock Shuffle

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65



erdnase system of stock shuffling \n  twocard stock
 threecard stock
 fourcard stock
 fivecard stock
 twelvecard stockfor draw poker
 euchre stockfourhanded game1
 euchre stockfourhande game2 \n s. w. erdnase \n the expert at the card table \n bruce elliott \n s. w. erdnase \n gambling expose \n milton kort \n formula for erdnase shuffles \n s. w. erdnase \n frederick braue \n die echte erklärung \n christoph borer \n s. w. erdnase \n jack merlin \n five card stock leaving the cards at any desired numbers \n graham adams \n six card stock for any number of players \n graham adams \n seven card stock for any number of players \n graham adams \n marnese overhand stack \n edward marlo \n the erdnase system of stock shuffling \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Erdnase System of Stock Shuffling

Inspired byRelated toVariations

68



the erdnase system of cull shuffling \n  to cull two cards
 to cull three cards
 to cull four cards
 to cull nine cards \n s. w. erdnase \n formula for erdnase shuffles \n s. w. erdnase \n frederick braue \n cull shuffling \n graham adams \n the erdnase system of cull shuffling \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

The Erdnase System of Cull Shuffling

Related toVariations

78



the erdnase system of palming  top palm. first method \n \n s. w. erdnase \n on the erdnase system of palming \n s. w. erdnase \n roberto giobbi \n erdnase top palm, first method \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase two handed multiple card palm \n s. w. erdnase \n top palm  first method \n shane cobalt \n the erdnase system of palming \n steve forte \n turnover top palm \n ernest earick \n daley's modified erdnase top palm \n dr. jacob daley
1902
S. W. Erdnase

The Erdnase System of Palming  Top Palm. First Method

Related toVariations

83



top palm. second method \n \n s. w. erdnase \n the erdnase system of palming \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Top Palm. Second Method

Related to

85



draw replacement \n deck drawn to table edge \n s. w. erdnase
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Draw Replacement

86



bottom palm. first method \n with left little finger option \n s. w. erdnase \n notes on the erdnase bottom palm \n jack carpenter \n on the erdnase system of palming \n s. w. erdnase \n roberto giobbi \n change a la erdnase bottom palm \n s. w. erdnase \n the bottom palm \n john carney \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase bottom palm \n s. w. erdnase \n jörg alexander weber \n erdnase bottom palm handling \n dai vernon \n bottom palm handling \n jörg alexander weber \n bottom palm  first method \n shane cobalt \n bottom palm \n john galsworthy \n s. w. erdnase \n the erdnase system of palming \n steve forte \n the erdnase bottom palm \n dai vernon \n erdnase bottom palm variation \n aaron fisher \n daley's note \n dr. jacob daley
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Bottom Palm. First Method

Related toVariations Bottom Palm Handling (Jörg Alexander Weber, 1991)
 The Bottom Palm (John Carney, S. W. Erdnase, 2002)
 Erdnase Bottom Palm (S. W. Erdnase, Jörg Alexander Weber, 2008)
 The Erdnase Bottom Palm (Dai Vernon, 2008)
 Erdnase Bottom Palm Variation (Aaron Fisher, 2009)
 Erdnase Bottom Palm Handling (Dai Vernon, 2018)
 Bottom Palm (John Galsworthy, S. W. Erdnase, 2020)

86



bottom palm. second method \n \n s. w. erdnase \n the erdnase system of palming \n steve forte \n bottom palm. second method \n s. w. erdnase
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Bottom Palm. Second Method

Related toAlso published here

88



bottom palm replacement \n \n s. w. erdnase \n bottom palm replacement \n edward marlo \n s. w. erdnase
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Bottom Palm Replacement

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90



bottom palm when cards are riffled \n almost tabled after riffle shuffle, two methods \n s. w. erdnase \n the erdnase system of palming \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Bottom Palm When Cards Are Riffled

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90



top palm when cards are riffled \n after riffle shuffle \n s. w. erdnase
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Top Palm When Cards Are Riffled

92



to maintain the bottom palm while dealing \n delaying its use \n s. w. erdnase \n to maintain the bottom palm while dealing \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

To Maintain the Bottom Palm While Dealing

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93



to hold the location of cut while dealing \n delaying a shift or similar action \n s. w. erdnase \n to hold the location of the cut while dealing \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

To Hold the Location of Cut while Dealing

Related to

94



shifts \n \n s. w. erdnase \n shifts \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Shifts

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95



twohanded shift \n \n unknown \n shifts \n steve forte
1902

TwoHanded Shift

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97



the erdnase shift. one hand \n \n s. w. erdnase \n covering erdnase \n charlie miller \n johnny's glimpse \n johnny thompson \n the erdnase one hand shift \n s. w. erdnase \n singlehanded slipcut \n felix farrell \n shifts \n steve forte \n revolution e \n dan buck \n dave buck \n erdnase go round \n dan buck \n dave buck \n erdnase one hand shift \n dai vernon
1902
S. W. Erdnase

The Erdnase Shift. One Hand

Related toVariationsAlso published here

99



erdnase shift. two hands \n \n s. w. erdnase \n shifts \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Erdnase Shift. Two Hands

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102



to ascertain the top cards while riffling and reserve them at bottom \n see elegant title, tabled double cut \n s. w. erdnase \n undercut transfer \n johnny thompson \n erdnase aces \n harry riser \n to ascertain the top cards while riffling and reserve them at bottom \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

To Ascertain the Top Cards while Riffling and Reserve them at Bottom

Related toVariations

103



mode of holding the hand \n how to hold the hand for poker playing \n s. w. erdnase \n mode of holding the hand \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Mode of Holding the Hand

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104



skinning the hand \n to rearrange a heavy poker hand \n s. w. erdnase \n skinning the hand \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Skinning the Hand

Related to

106



small packet top palm \n \n s. w. erdnase
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Small Packet Top Palm

107



dealing without the cut \n dealing from half pack to avoid shift and simplify bottom deal \n s. w. erdnase \n the player without an ally \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Dealing Without the Cut

Related to

109



the player without an ally \n \n s. w. erdnase \n the player without an ally \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

The Player without an Ally

Related to

109



replacing the cut as before \n bold \n s. w. erdnase \n the player without an ally \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Replacing the Cut as Before

Related to

110



holding out for the cut \n \n s. w. erdnase \n the player without an ally \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Holding Out for the Cut

Related to

110



shifting the cut \n tips for the card table \n s. w. erdnase \n the player without an ally \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Shifting the Cut

Related to

111



dealing too many \n dealing too many cards in a game, double deal is only hinted at \n s. w. erdnase \n the player without an ally \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Dealing Too Many

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112



crimping for the cut \n using crimp in a game, player cuts to crimp \n s. w. erdnase \n the player without an ally \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Crimping for the Cut

Related to

113



replacing palm when cutting \n two for top, one for bottom \n s. w. erdnase \n the player without an ally \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Replacing Palm When Cutting

Related to

113



the short deck \n playing with a short deck, card table advantage \n s. w. erdnase \n the player without an ally \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase

The Short Deck

Related to

116



three card monte \n two methods for the throw switch \n unknown \n three card monte \n steve forte
1902

Three Card Monte

Related to

117



mexican three card monte \n featuring the mexican turnover \n unknown
1902

Mexican Three Card Monte

122



legerdemain \n \n s. w. erdnase
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Legerdemain

125



single handed shift \n also for control \n charlier
1902
Charlier

Single Handed Shift

128



the longitudinal shift \n \n s. w. erdnase \n the longitudinal "pass" \n s. w. erdnase \n longways shift \n steve forte \n the tudinallongi shift \n kyohei tatsukawa
1902
S. W. Erdnase

The Longitudinal Shift

VariationsAlso published here

130



the open shift \n color change mention on page 134 \n s. w. erdnase \n the open shift \n shane cobalt \n open production \n jerry sadowitz \n the open shift \n roberto giobbi
1902
S. W. Erdnase

The Open Shift

Related toVariations

132



the s.w.e. shift \n color change mention on page 136 \n s. w. erdnase \n s.w.e. shift applications \n roberto giobbi \n ribbon spread double cut \n tom gagnon \n the s. w. e. shift \n shane cobalt \n fast s. w. e. \n steve forte \n expertalk: ernesto melero on the s.w.e. shift \n ernesto melero \n top card cover s.w.e. shift \n roger klause \n bruce's top card cover s.w.e. \n gordon bruce
1902
S. W. Erdnase

The S.W.E. Shift

Related toVariations

134



the diagonal palmshift \n mention of top palm, bottom palm and multiple shift on page 141 \n s. w. erdnase \n diagonal palm shift \n paul chosse \n the diagonal palm shift \n s. w. erdnase \n kf note \n karl fulves \n a multiple card palm and steal utilizing the diagonal pushthrough method \n s. w. erdnase \n francis carlyle \n peeping palm \n dave buck \n erdnase + vernon \n karl fulves \n hoffmann + erdnase \n karl fulves \n diagonal palm fan \n edo huang \n center steal \n cy endfield \n the diagonal palm shift \n roger crosthwaite \n the diagonal palm shift \n graham adams \n the overhand dps \n benjamin earl \n the diagonal palmshift \n shane cobalt \n from the peek \n shane cobalt \n on the table \n shane cobalt \n as a false cut \n shane cobalt \n tps (tapered palm shift) \n ryan plunkett \n in the secret angle  the revolve diagonal palm shift \n helder guimarães \n the use of the little finger in positioning exactly the card in the palm \n vanni bossi \n the diagonal palm shift \n dai vernon \n the diagonal palm shift \n s. w. erdnase \n onehanded getready for the diagonal palm shift \n eric evans \n erdnase diagonal palm shift \n dai vernon \n diagonal palm shift (dps) \n alexander de cova \n sneaky palm shift \n tom stone
1902
S. W. Erdnase

The Diagonal PalmShift

Related toVariations A Multiple Card Palm and Steal Utilizing the Diagonal PushThrough Method (S. W. Erdnase, Francis Carlyle, 1975)
 The Use of the Little Finger in Positioning Exactly the Card in the Palm (Vanni Bossi, 1991)
 The Diagonal Palm Shift (Roger Crosthwaite, 1994)
 Diagonal Palm Shift (Paul Chosse, 1997)
 Erdnase + Vernon (Karl Fulves, 2003)
 Sneaky Palm Shift (Tom Stone, 2004)
 The Diagonal Palm Shift (Dai Vernon, 2008)
 Peeping Palm (Dave Buck, 2011)
 Diagonal Palm Fan (Edo Huang, 2015)
 The Overhand DPS (Benjamin Earl, 2019)
 From The Peek (Shane Cobalt, 2019)
 On The Table (Shane Cobalt, 2019)
 As a False Cut (Shane Cobalt, 2019)
 In the Secret Angle  The Revolve Diagonal Palm Shift (Helder Guimarães, 2019)
 TPS (Tapered Palm Shift) (Ryan Plunkett, 2020)
Also published here

137



the blind shuffle for securing selected card \n with palm off for a spectator shuffle \n s. w. erdnase
1902
S. W. Erdnase

The Blind Shuffle For Securing Selected Card

141



forcing \n \n unknown \n on forcing \n graham adams
1902

Forcing

Variations

142



palming \n two methods
 without apparently touching the deck with right hand
 single card à la vernon's topping the deck \n s. w. erdnase \n the buatier palm \n buatier de kolta \n the erdnase top palm \n benjamin earl \n "topping the deck" \n dai vernon
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Palming

Related toVariations

144



the back palm \n \n unknown
1902

The Back Palm

145



changes  the top change \n old style with finger change \n unknown
1902

Changes  The Top Change

147



the bottom change \n \n unknown
1902

The Bottom Change

148



the palm change \n uncredited \n adrian plate
1902
Adrian Plate

The Palm Change

149



the doublepalm change \n \n prof. robert hellis \n to "change" a card  sixth method \n prof. robert hellis \n on the double palm change \n dai vernon
1902
Prof. Robert Hellis

The DoublePalm Change

Related toVariations

150



transformations. two hands \n intro \n s. w. erdnase
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Transformations. Two Hands

151



first method \n "transformations. two hands"
houdini/erdnase change \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase sideways \n guy hollingworth \n draun's erdnase change \n steve draun \n expertalk: jay sankey on the erdnase transformation \n jay sankey \n nosejob \n tomas blomberg \n tom stone
1902
S. W. Erdnase

First Method

Variations

151



second method \n "transformations. two hands"
left first finger pushes out bottom card to the front \n unknown \n malini's own color change \n max malini \n third method \n unknown \n colour change \n max malini
1902

Second Method

Related toVariations

152



third method \n "transformations. two hands"
deck on left fingers, right hand covers face, left thumb pushes back card up into right hand \n unknown
1902

Third Method

153



fourth method \n "transformations. two hands"
handling variation of third method \n s. w. erdnase \n fourth method control/palm \n ben morrisrains
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Fourth Method

Variations

153



sixth method \n "transformations. two hands"
featuring unusual palm \n s. w. erdnase \n fb side steal \n frederick braue \n my side steal \n carlos vaquera
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Sixth Method

Related toVariations

154



fifth method \n "transformations. two hands"
right thumb goes under deck and pulls bottom card out \n unknown \n first method \n unknown
1902

Fifth Method

Related to

154



transformations. one hand  first method \n onehanded, thumb drags face card to the back \n unknown \n on the erdnase onehand color changes \n dai vernon
1902

Transformations. One Hand  First Method

Variations

156



second method \n "transformations. one hand"
onehanded, thumb pushes back card to the face \n s. w. erdnase \n one handed top to middle insert \n fredric p. lamazor
1902
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Second Method

Variations

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blind shuffles, retaining entire order.  first method \n \n unknown \n erdnase blind shuffles \n karl fulves \n the combination shuffle \n benjamin earl \n the dan fishman overhand false shuffle \n dan fishman \n erdnase false overhand shuffle (jennings finesse) \n larry jennings \n blind shuffles, retaining entire order (first method) \n roberto giobbi \n blind shuffles (erdnase) \n dai vernon
1902

Blind Shuffles, Retaining Entire Order.  First Method

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second method \n "blind shuffles, retaining entire order."
can be done without table \n unknown \n blind shuffle  second method \n unknown \n second method \n unknown \n a false “riffle shuffle” \n unknown
1902

Second Method

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third method \n "blind shuffles, retaining entire order."
similar to second method, can be done without table \n unknown \n blind shuffle  third method \n unknown \n erdnase shuffle sideslip (closeup) \n russell t. barnhart \n third method \n unknown
1902

Third Method

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fourth method \n "blind shuffles, retaining entire order."
greek shuffle \n unknown \n blind shuffles (erdnase) \n dai vernon
1902

Fourth Method

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fifth method \n "blind shuffles, retaining entire order." \n charlier
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Charlier

Fifth Method

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methods for determining a card thought of \n intro \n s. w. erdnase
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Methods for Determining a Card Thought Of

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a. by the riffle \n "methods for determining a card thought of" \n s. w. erdnase \n psychological riffle force \n max malini \n erdnase method a \n roger crosthwaite
1902
S. W. Erdnase

A. By the Riffle

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b. by springing flourish \n "methods for determining a card thought of" \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase method b \n roger crosthwaite \n new thought card sleights  third method \n william e. robinson
1902
S. W. Erdnase

B. By Springing Flourish

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c. by the cut \n "methods for determining a card thought of"
spectator cuts while performer holds deck, remembers card, and replaces, performer picks up break \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase method c \n roger crosthwaite
1902
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C. By the Cut

Variations

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d. by the gaze \n "methods for determining a card thought of"
cards shown one by one, spectator's eyes are watched \n s. w. erdnase \n on the gaze selection method \n jean hugard \n frederick braue \n erdnase method d \n roger crosthwaite \n determination d \n r. paul wilson \n the gaze method  thinkacard \n roger crosthwaite \n "covertly" and reading erdnase closely \n dai vernon \n new thought card sleights  first method \n william e. robinson
1902
S. W. Erdnase

D. By the Gaze

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to get sight of selected card \n with spectator insertion subtlety, three centre glimpses \n unknown
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To Get Sight of Selected Card

168



the slide \n \n unknown \n the slide \n jon racherbaumer
1902

The Slide

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catching two cards at fingertips \n "favorite sleights for terminating tricks" \n unknown
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Catching Two Cards at Fingertips

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leaving selected card in hand of spectator \n hitting deck out of his hand \n unknown
1902

Leaving Selected Card in Hand of Spectator

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the revolution \n air pressure turnover \n unknown \n erdnase’s revolution from a verdnase break \n larry jennings
1902

The Revolution

Variations

170



card rising from the hand \n \n unknown
1902

Card Rising from the Hand

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card tricks \n \n s. w. erdnase
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Card Tricks

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the exclusive coterie \n \n s. w. erdnase \n making the coterie even more exclusive \n jon racherbaumer \n the exclusive coterie \n roberto giobbi \n intro to the exclusive coterie \n roberto giobbi
1902
S. W. Erdnase

The Exclusive Coterie

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the divining rod \n blindfolded \n s. w. erdnase \n the divining brush \n kez dearmer \n the divining rod \n jon racherbaumer \n psychic dna \n david ben
1902
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The Divining Rod

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174



the invisible flight \n \n s. w. erdnase \n the invisible flight \n roberto giobbi
1902
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The Invisible Flight

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tricks with the prearranged deck \n eight kings  set up explained with methods to calculate cards and their positions (applicable for any cyclic stack) \n s. w. erdnase \n thirty minute memorized deck \n allan ackerman \n s. w. erdnase \n the mem deck i prefer \n allan ackerman \n calculation method for eight kings & si stebbins \n s. w. erdnase \n allan ackerman
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Tricks with the Prearranged Deck

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179



weighing cards \n \n s. w. erdnase
1902
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Weighing Cards

180



producing any card called for \n \n s. w. erdnase
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Producing Any Card Called For

181



naming cards... \n \n s. w. erdnase
1902
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Naming Cards...

181



knowing position of any named card \n \n s. w. erdnase
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Knowing Position of any named Card

182



the traveling cards \n \n s. w. erdnase \n the travelling cards \n jon racherbaumer \n the traveling cards \n roberto giobbi
1902
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The Traveling Cards

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the row of ten cards \n spectator displaces x cards in packet, an x value card is produced \n unknown
1902

The Row of Ten Cards

188



the acrobatic jacks \n kind of cavorting aces \n s. w. erdnase \n the acrobatic jacks \n jon racherbaumer \n the jumping jacks \n t. page wright
1902
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The Acrobatic Jacks

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191



a mindreading trick \n one out of four, "did you see your card already" and fishing \n s. w. erdnase \n a mindreading trick \n jon racherbaumer \n a wry gleaning trick \n allan ackerman \n an l. w. mindreading routine \n william larsen \n t. page wright \n out of sight  out of mind \n dai vernon
1902
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A MindReading Trick

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194



power of concentrated thought \n number up to ten \n s. w. erdnase \n card and number divination \n unknown \n thought reading extraordinary \n unknown \n card at any number \n chan canasta \n scaan \n tom gagnon
1902
S. W. Erdnase

Power of Concentrated Thought

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196



the acme of control \n old effect with pair of pseudo duplicates \n unknown
1902

The Acme of Control

197



the card and handkerchief \n \n s. w. erdnase \n karte durch tuch \n christian scherer \n s. w. erdnase
1902
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The Card and Handkerchief

Variations

198



the top and bottom production \n ladies looking glass \n s. w. erdnase
1902
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The Top and Bottom Production

200



the three aces \n ace of hearts poses as diamonds, distributed aces are together after one cut \n s. w. erdnase \n das verwandelte as \n unknown \n ace delusion \n paul lepaul
1902
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The Three Aces

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the card and hat \n card to under hat \n s. w. erdnase \n predictable surprise \n john carney
1902
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The Card and Hat

Variations

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