Written by Edward Marlo

1961
Work of Edward Marlo

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

(63 entries)

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Edward Marlo Card Switches definition of terms "Change", "Switch", "Exchange" 1
Unknown Rear Flat Palm gambler's flat palm, palm position is explained 2
Unknown Rear Angle Palm Tenkai type forward in the hand, palm position is explained 2
Unknown Thumb Clip Palm palm position is explained 3
Unknown Latest Thumb Clip Palm palm position is explained 3
Edward Marlo Changing Palm Positions one-handed transitions mainly between Gambler's Flat Palm and Tenkai type palm:
- Rear Angle Palm to Flat Rear Palm
- Flat Rear Palm to Rear Angle Palm
3
Edward Marlo Flat Card Pickup palming a single card off a flat table 4
Edward Marlo, Unknown Getting into the Palm Positions from deck, ten methods: Rear Angle Palm (Tenkai type) & Rear Flat Palm (Gambler's Flat Palm) 6
Edward Marlo Methods of Unloading the X Card after the Switch: The Flexible Unload from right hand flat palm to under tabled deck, with applications 9
Edward Marlo Double Undercut Substitute from top to bottom, tabled, context (point 2.) 11
Edward Marlo Card travels to bottom tabled, context (point 3.) 11
Edward Marlo The Card Switch Transfer rear angle palm (= tenkai palm) to flat palm 11
Edward Marlo An Impressive Sequence single card is switched for palmed card 12
Edward Marlo Clip Palm between second and third finger, off the deck 12
Edward Marlo Alignment Move aligning tabled card with card in clip palm 13
Edward Marlo Miracle Card Change variation 14
Edward Marlo Left Hand Flat Palm Replacement 15
Edward Marlo Clip Palm Notes palm off and replacement, between second and third finger 15
Edward Marlo A Simpler Sequence single card is switched for palmed card 16
Edward Marlo Right Tenkai Palm Off from deck 16
Edward Marlo Tenkai Palm Replacement and Palm Off from Bottom 17
Edward Marlo A Third Sequence single card is switched for palmed card 17
Edward Marlo Gambler's Cop Replacement as deck is picked up off table, similar to spontaneous add-on 18
Edward Marlo Further Alignment Move Switches aligning tabled card with card in Tenkai palm 18
Edward Marlo First Switch single card is switched for palmed card 20
Edward Marlo Variations of the First Switch three variations 21
Edward Marlo Lateral Palm in the context of a move, see fig. 49 21
Edward Marlo Marlo's Card Switch isolated card(s) are switched for palmed card(s) 24
Edward Marlo Notes on the Flat Palm Position 24
Edward Marlo Additional Methods for Getting into Basic Position of Rear Flat Palm required for the Marlo Card Switch five methods, from deck and from left hand palm 26
Edward Marlo Methods of Disclosure:
The Delayed Disclosure
The Indirect Disclosure
The Direct Disclosure
handlings and stagings of the previous Marlo Card Switch 27
Edward Marlo First Effect card selected from blue deck matched red prediction 28
Edward Marlo Second Effect clean handling 29
Edward Marlo Marlo's Push Switch as tabled card is pushed forwardVariations 30
Edward Marlo Push Switch Variation as tabled card is pushed forward 32
Edward Marlo, Carmen D'Amico The Circular Change as hand is waved over single tabled card 33
Edward Marlo Rub-A-Dub Change motivated handling for tabled switch 35
Edward Marlo In and Out Switches four methods 35
Edward Marlo Unloading Switches tabled, three methods, switched-out cards are instantly unloaded on deck, see also note D. on page 65 38
Edward Marlo Without the Deck 42
Edward Marlo Pseudo Card Cheats Switches hole card switches, two methods, see note B. on page 63 43
Edward Marlo Simplest Push Switch as card is pushed forward on table 44
Edward Marlo Angle Palm Switch switch or steal 46
Edward Marlo Ace Vanish and Transfer points A and B 46
Edward Marlo Four Card Switch point D 47
S. W. Erdnase Erdnase Break 47
Edward Marlo Four and Four Transposition four Aces with four indifferent cards 48
Edward Marlo Additional Rear Palm Switches Marlo means "Gambler's Cop", two methods 49
Edward Marlo Top Palm Switch 50
Edward Marlo The Throw Switch 50
Edward Marlo One Hand Switch 51
Edward Marlo Another Rear Palm Switch Marlo means "Gambler's Cop" 52
Edward Marlo The Spread Switch face down card is switched in face up spread, under-the-spread technique 54
Edward Marlo Switcheroo one or several cards, tabled with deck 55
Victor Farelli Bottom Card Reversal 56
Victor Farelli, Edward Marlo Overhand Shuffle Reverse 57
Edward Marlo Clipped Aces four cards with paper clip on them transform into aces 58
Edward Marlo Monte Swindle clip on money card, using extra clip 59
Edward Marlo Marlo's Regulation Palm Switches two methods, table 60
Edward Marlo Another Rear Palm Switch - Additional Method point A, using Gambler's Cop 63
Edward Marlo Trite Effect card turns over, using Face Up (Spread) Switch 63
Edward Marlo Double Switch two card transposition 64
Edward Marlo A Card Switch in Reverse tabled, using pack 65