Written by Edward Marlo

1959
Work of Edward Marlo

142 pages (Spiralbound), published by Magic, Inc.
Illustrated with drawings by Charles Aste Jr..
Language: English

(105 entries)

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Edward Marlo Foreword
1
Unknown, Edward Marlo Unorthodox Second Deal top card is buckled, also as third deal by Marlo
Related toVariations 2
Edward Marlo "Seconds, Centers, Bottoms" introduction
5
Edward Marlo The Master Grip and Deal normal deal
7
Edward Marlo New Push Out Bottom Deal Unit Movement
9
Edward Marlo Double Deal
11
Edward Marlo The Over Count selection found at a freely chosen number
Related to 11
Edward Marlo The Bottom Deal Count rearranging cards while counting them in the hands via bottom deals
12
Edward Marlo Strike Bottom Deal
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Edward Marlo Strike Bottom Deal Count rearranging cards while counting them in the hands via bottom deals
15
Edward Marlo The Second Deal
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Edward Marlo The Take Second Deal
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Edward Marlo The Push-Off Second with suggestion to push off two cards every time
17
Edward Marlo The Stud Deal introduction
19
Edward Marlo The Havana Deal or "The Myth of Manuel Pedro" commentary on the Havana Stud Bottom Deal, no technical description
20
Edward Marlo The New Bottom Stud
Also published here 21
Edward Marlo The Stud Second
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Edward Marlo The Push-Off Stud
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Unknown The Sail
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Edward Marlo One Hand Bottom Deal
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Edward Marlo One Hand Count Down selection appears at named small number, bottom deal
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Edward Marlo Shifting the Grip A- Shifting The Inner Corner
B- The Shifting Forefinger
C- Shifting The Thumb
D- Beveling the Pack
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Edward Marlo Two Strike Methods
31
Edward Marlo Special Push-Off Techniques: The Second Deal Count
34
Edward Marlo Small Packet Second Deal
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Edward Marlo Push-Off Technique from break
37
Edward Marlo First Example packet is spread out and cards are hidden, triple buckle substitute
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Edward Marlo Second Example in example: twelve as nine
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Edward Marlo Third Example a card vanishes from a small packet
40
Edward Marlo Fourth Example spreading five as four
40
S. W. Erdnase, Edward Marlo The Side Push-Off Second
Related to 41
Edward Marlo The Related Bottom Deal
44
Edward Marlo The Throw Bottom Deal two versions:
  • The Outward Deal
  • The Inward Deal
Related toVariationsAlso published here 45
Edward Marlo My Favorite Stop Effect from a routine called "Never Miss"
49
Edward Marlo The Deep Bottom Deal
50
Edward Marlo The Moveable Thumb applied to the bottom deal
51
Edward Marlo, Neal Elias The Clip Bottom Deal cards are dealt into right hand, then apparently top card of right hand cards is placed on table, in reality bottom card
51
Unknown The Movie Second unorthodox
Related toVariations 54
Edward Marlo The Deep Second
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Edward Marlo One Hand Stud Second new theory style
57
Edward Marlo The Hit Deals two handlings
Variations 60
Carmen D'Amico D'Amico One Hand Second with credit information
Related to 63
Edward Marlo From Out of Nowhere D'Amico's one-handed second deal as a production
67
Carmen D'Amico A D'Amico Variation on the table
68
Stanley James Stanley James Stud Second unorthodox hit style
68
Edward Marlo Variations of D'Amico's Deal: The Top Card Deal
70
Edward Marlo One Hand Bottom Deal Variations of D'Amico's Deal
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Edward Marlo The One Hand Center Deal Variations of D'Amico's Deal
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Edward Marlo Marlo One Hand Second
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Carmen D'Amico D'Amico's Variation: A. As a Color Change exchanging top two cards
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Carmen D'Amico, Edward Marlo B. As a Production of Selection appears on top of deck
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Carmen D'Amico C. As Production of Aces aces appear one by one face up on pack
75
Edward Marlo D. As Ambitious
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Edward Marlo E. As a Vanish substitute for tent vanish
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Carmen D'Amico F. D'Amico's Favorite card through leg
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Edward Marlo, Carmen D'Amico G. Marlo's Routine card through leg, multiple phases
76
Unknown The S.F. Grip from Maskelyne's book "Sharps and Flats", all left fingers at the right side
Also published here 78
Edward Marlo The S.F. Bottom Deal variation of deal in "Sharps and Flats"
Also published here 79
Edward Marlo The S.F. Second Deals two methods
Also published here 80
Edward Marlo S.F. Natural Second Deal
Also published here 82
Warren Wiersbe Wiersbie's Double Deal to the left side, see also "Added Technique for Wiersbie Double Deal" on page 85
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Edward Marlo Marlo's D.D. Stop using double deal
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Edward Marlo M.S.F. One Hand Bottom Modified S.F. Grip
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Edward Marlo Missing Finger Deals finger(s) are curled under deck
Also published here 85
Edward Marlo, Jerry Kogan Streamlined Dunbury Delusion using bottom deal
86
Edward Marlo Off the Face Seconds a bit similar to the Downs Change
88
Edward Marlo Pinky Count here credited to Marlo
Related to 88
Edward Marlo Mechanical Seconds effect application: Aces change to Kings
Related toVariations 90
Edward Marlo Technical Variations of Marlo's "Mechanical Seconds" described before, two variations
91
Edward Marlo Tabled Bottom Deal two methods
93
Edward Marlo Tabled Seconds
Related to 94
Edward Marlo Exhibition Center Deal similarities to Kennedy Center Deal
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Edward Marlo Center Deal center deals worked out after seeing Zingone exhibition movie
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Edward Marlo Step Center Deal
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Edward Marlo Weakling's Center Deal if hand is not strong enough to buckle half the deck
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Edward Marlo The Strike Center
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Edward Marlo Side Steal Center Deal take from above
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Edward Marlo On The Cut retaining step after cut, End Jog and Side Jog
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Edward Marlo The Experts Dunbury "My Favorite Center Deal Effect"
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Edward Marlo The Tabled Center Deal
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Edward Marlo Center Dealing Comments thumb must be moving
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Edward Marlo Center Double Deal short mention, from Erdnase grip
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Edward Marlo Marlo Center Deal from step
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Edward Marlo Variations of Marlo C.D. from step, two variations
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Edward Marlo One Hand Center Deal stud type
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Edward Marlo Marlo's Push Off Unit Control
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Edward Marlo Face Up Assembly spectator shuffles cards into deck, yet they are all together again
114
Edward Marlo Order of Aces magician predicts order of aces in freely shuffled deck
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Edward Marlo The Jack Deal three jack deal without extra jack
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Edward Marlo Let's Start Over aces are stacked with faro and four hands are dealt, yet aces are on top again
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Edward Marlo "He's My Partner" dealing four aces to partner after deck is shuffled
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Edward Marlo On "Holding Out" tips
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Edward Marlo Exhibitionism openly dealing thirds and fourths
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Edward Marlo Invisible Aces aces from deck to pocket
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Edward Marlo Easy Unit Control
120
Edward Marlo The Fan Deal to enable one to deal out any card from a fan unit consisting of five or more cards
122
Edward Marlo The No Touch Theory three methods
Related toVariations 124
Edward Marlo No Touch Stud Deal
128
Edward Marlo Marlo's Strike Unit Control
Variations 129
Edward Marlo Cover Ups more visual deceptiveness for false dealing with:
  • The Downward Deal
  • The Upward Deal
  • The Backward Deal
  • Principle of the Wrist Turn
  • About Noise
131
Edward Marlo Concluding Observations
135
Edward Marlo The Opening Gambit stacking a hand while dealing through the deck
Related to 136
Edward Marlo A. Psychological Stop Effect starts seventh
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Edward Marlo B. As an Exchange second deal
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Edward Marlo C. Spelling out an Unknown Card second deal
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