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Edward Marlo Challenge to You from Edward Marlo! description of three routines, no explanation
1. The Separating Aces
2. The New Elevator
3. Real Gone Aces
The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 334) 144
Edward Marlo The Separating Aces four Aces distribute in the deck, three methods, all cards face-downVariations The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 338) 162
Ken Krenzel Ken's Separation kings placed on top, instantly spread and they are distributed Expert Card Mysteries 153
Jon Racherbaumer Off-Shoot two sandwich cards separate next to two selectionsRelated toVariations Hierophant (Issue 7 Resurrection Issue) 13
Wilbur T. Kattner, Roger Smith Collected!!! Aces first distribute, then come together to trap three selectionsRelated to Innovative Magic No. 3 34
Edward Marlo Split Sandwiches odd-backed sandwich cards put in deck, they split and are next to two selections, including "One Deck Variation" and suggestion by Danny KoremInspired by Hierophant (Issue The Last Hierophant) 70
Larry Jennings Collectors V - Distributraction Related to The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings 213
John Bannon Split-Braue Reversal cards are reversed but also distributed to two different positions Impossibilia 118
Philip T. Goldstein Third Degree Ace to Three on top of deck instantly distribute, Ace is one card away from first selection, Two is two cards away, ...VariationsAlso published here
  • "3rd Degree" in "New Tops" August, 1980. P. 43.
Focus 21
Jack Birnman Dragnet queens are tossed in deck, they split up and sandwich two selections, Birnman's original sleights replaced with standard sleightsVariations Card Finesse II 222
Jack Carpenter No Table Aces Aces face up at different positions, all travel to top one by one, then distribute back to original positionsAlso published here Modus Operandi 34
Jack Carpenter No Table Aces Aces face up at different positions, all travel to top one by one, then distribute back to original positionsAlso published here Profile (Issue 12) 10
Simon Lovell Hold The Mayo red Kings in deck, selection appears between them, repeat, then Kings split and then find selection
- Stage One - Butter the Bread!
- Stage Two - Add the Ham
- Stage Three - Hold the Mayo!
Variations Simon Says! 47
Simon Lovell Give Me The Mayo cleaner handling with double backerInspired by Simon Says! 53
Troy Hooser Displ-Ace Aces put on deck, vanish and distribute in deckInspired by
  • "Slap Exchange" (Bill Goodwin, At the Expense of Grey Matter, 1989),
Related to
The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 70) 1455
Steve Reynolds Ace, x, x, x, x, Ace Two Aces distribute in the deck to find two selectionsInspired by Route 52 52
Steve Reynolds, Allan Ackerman The Splits Four Kings distribute to find four selections next to themInspired by Route 52 56
Allan Ackerman Technicolor Splits Kings from blue deck placed on table, red deck slapped onto them, they distribute next to previously named quartetAlso published here The Cardjurer 43
Allan Ackerman The Splits Aces cut to, deck slapped onto them, they distribute next to previously named quartetInspired byRelated to The Cardjurer 47
Bébel Les Sables Mouvants Aces put face up on the deck vanish and are found distributed in the deck Notes de Conférence 1 10
Harapan Ong Two Heads are Better than One three selections lost, two Kings face-up together, they separate next to two selections, then come together to sandwich third selection Close Culls 35
Harapan Ong Scattered Sandwich aces reversed in center, split up to sandwich two selectionsInspired by Close Culls 86
Harapan Ong, Larry Jennings The Buckle-llectors kings distribute, then assemble around three selectionsRelated to Close Culls 93
William Goodwin Two-Step Two Queens distribute in deck magically to find two selections, then come together to sandwich last selectionInspired byRelated to
  • "Step by Step" (Precursor, Oct. 2003)
Elixir (Vol. 1 No. 4 (Spring #1)) 41
Harapan Ong Three Degrees of Separation Ace to Three on top of deck instantly distribute, Ace is one card away from first selection, Two is two cards away, ...Inspired byRelated to Principia 85
Allan Ackerman Technicolor Splits Aces from blue deck placed on table, red deck slapped onto them, they distribute next to previously selected cardsAlso published here Card Theater 65
Allan Ackerman The Splits named court cards removed and later lost, Aces cut to, deck placed onto them, they distribute next to previously named court cardsRelated to Card Theater 88