76 entries in Cards / Sleights / Palming / Clip Palm
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Clip Palm between third and fourth finger
1934 8
Clip Palm Steal herrmann pass type action
1934 11
Open Finger Color Change using clip palm
1942/27 175
Jackie Flosso Flopso Reverso peeked selection turns over in deck, featuring reverse technique in which card is pushed out and held in clip palm while deck is turned over it
Dec. 1945 174
Arthur H. Buckley A Fan of Cards Disappears fake transfer using Clip Palm
1946 140
Edward Marlo The Clip Steal l.h. Steal during Overhand Shuffle
Related to 1956 18
Edward Marlo The Clip Steal
Related to
  • "An Old Card Effect" (The Magic Wand, Vol. 22 No. 159, Oct/Nov 1933, p. 140)
  • Hatton & Plate
1957 22
Arthur H. Buckley Bottom Clip Steal clip steal to bottom from "Triple Climax" ("Thirty Card Effect", written by Fitzkee), brief
1957 22
Edward Marlo Clip Steal to Bottom
Related to 1957 24
Edward Marlo Clip Steal Color Change
Variations 1957 25
Edward Marlo Dribble Stop Effect card in clip palm during dribbling
Related toVariations 1957 53
James Steranko Steranko's Center Steal Change card from injog position into right hand clip between right second and third finger and on top of deck
Inspired byRelated to 1960 28
Edward Marlo Clip Palm between second and third finger, off the deck
1961 12
Edward Marlo Clip Palm Notes palm off and replacement, between second and third finger
1961 15
Jack Avis The Finger Clip Cull
Also published here 1962
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1962)
Edward Marlo Clip Palm Transformation
1962 27
Dai Vernon Clip of Card within No. 300, card clipped (exact position unclear) for overhand shuffle reverse
1972 77
Jerry Andrus Swivel Clip center to right clip / lateral palm
1976 57
Dan MacMillan Palm Transfer to the Gamblers' Palm from a Clip Steal
1977 4
Dan MacMillan Palm Transfer from Gamblers' Palm to Clip Palm
1977 5
Martin A. Nash Triple Clip-Steal, The - e) 5) Reloading of palmed cards on bottom tabled, right hand Tenkai Palm
1979 350
Richard Kaufman The Rotating Pinch Steal (RPS) stealing card from douple into clip position
1979 149
Edward Marlo The Marlo Card Clip position and top palm and applications on the following pages
1980 100
Edward Marlo Card Clip Table Spread Reverse
1980 101
Edward Marlo A Color Change using card clip
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1980 104
Edward Marlo The Appearance two selections appear on top and bottom, using card clip
1980 105
Edward Marlo An Optical Illusion selection appears and vanishes on tabled deck, using card clip
1980 106
Edward Marlo Single (?) Card Change card on table, using card clip
Variations 1980 107
Edward Marlo Card Clip Replacement into center
1980 110
Edward Marlo The Undercut Clip from top
1980 120
John Murray Trip From Center top card cover side steal using clip palm
Feb. 1980
Apocalypse (Vol. 3 No. 2)
Karl Fulves Clip Position
1981 15
Karl Fulves Throw Steal card is retained in Clip Position
1981 39
Edward Marlo The Aerial Change clip palm
1982 17
Peter Wilker, Elmer Biddle, Deane Moore Gloria Mundi on the Biddle steal and the clip palm
Inspired by
  • "Genii" Vol. 11. P. 241 & 305.
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 44 No. 1)
Edward Marlo Ribbon Clip Palm deck is ribbon spread, card stolen in right hand clip palm, two handlings
1984 156
Change might be a clip palm steal
1985 24
Visible Transformation with clip position
1985 29
Karl Fulves Rapid Ink hinge type
Inspired by 1987 49
Ken Simmons Future Center Steal two handlings
Inspired by 1987 50
Edward Marlo Flexible Move top card face up into right hand finger clip or Tenkai palm
1988 9
Larry Jennings Quick-Change card on top of deck changes, secret turnover of back-to-back pair in clip palm
Related to May 1989
Inside Out (Issue 6)
Edward Marlo Clip Palm Color Change
Oct. 1989
Inside Out (Issue 7)
Edward Marlo Clip Palm Dribble Control card in clip palm during dribbling
Related to Dec. 1990
Technomagic (Issue 6)
Vanni Bossi My Colour Change two methods
Also published here 1991 2
Vanni Bossi My Colour Change two methods
Also published here Feb. 1992
Opus (Vol. 4 No. 2)
Jon Racherbaumer Licks & Clips card clip palm credit information
Related to Dec. 1992 30
David Neighbors D. N. Card Clip Idea card changes as it is tabled, double remains on table, starts with triple, card clip
  • The Basic Idea
Inspired byVariations 1992 4
Edward Marlo Multiple Card Clip Plus Effect black Aces are put on table face up, they instantly change to red
Inspired by 1992 9
Edward Marlo, Ken Simmons A Color Change using card clip, different clean-up
Also published here 1992 4
Ed Andres Clip Steal Color Change Finesse
Inspired by 1992 10
Jon Racherbaumer Slip-Less Clip Force
Related toVariations Mar. 1993 17
Harvey Rosenthal The Precision Clip Force
Related to June 1993
Magic (Vol. 2 No. 10)
Edward Marlo Clip Palm
1994 70
Steve Reynolds On the Clip Palm looks like LTP is meant
1996 22
Bob Davis Uniform Card Control control a card to the bottom, a gambler's type clip, reversed in the middle or set for a plunger rise
  • Universal Opening
  • The Bottom Control
  • Gambler Clip
  • Reversed in the Middle
  • Plunging Forward
  • Side Steal
1997 1301
Edward Marlo Card-Clip Change
Related to Aug. 1998
Magic (Vol. 7 No. 12)
Edward Marlo Double Clip Change
Inspired by 1999 106
Barry Price The Breakaway Palm palming multiple cards from below top card, into clip position or flat palm, "Deck Straddle Palms"
Also published here 2000 25
Barry Price The Double Undercut and Palm into right hand clip position
2000 30
Barry Price The Clip Side Steal
  • Clip Joint
  • All The Angles Covered
  • Replacing The Stolen Goods
  • The Double Steal
  • Other Observations
2000 38
Barry Price The Breakaway Palm palming multiple cards from below top card, into clip position or flat palm
  • Gambler's Flat Palm
Also published here 2000 38
Barry Price Price's Top Cover Change using clip palm
2000 38
Barry Price Clip Palm Change card comes in via clip palm, and out via cop
2000 44
Dan Buck, Dave Buck "Dribble This!" card control with dribble selection process, featuring a switch with a clip palm
  • Controlling a card to the Bottom: method two
  • Controlling a card to the Top: method one
  • Method two: done in the hands
2002 21
Dan Buck, Dave Buck No palm card to case loading case from clip palm with packet held in same hand
Related to 2002 28
Gábor G. Szabó Clip Control from middle to top, reversed in process
2003 34
Edward Marlo Aerial Change
2004 20
Jack Avis The Finger Clip Cull
Also published here 2006 152
Ken Krenzel Cased Clip Slip stealing card from cased deck into left hand
Related to 2009 101
Jim Patton The Clip Force with card held out in clip palm
  • Other Thoughts (without clip, bottom card starts side-jogged)
Related to
  • "The Precision Clip Force" (Harvey Rosenthal, Magic, June 1993)
2010 176
Jim Patton The Holdout Show stopped-at card shown while holding out a clip-palmed card, see also p. 181 for another handling
2010 182
Harry Lorayne Side To Side simplified side-steal, clip steal to bottom or second from bottom
Related toAlso published here 2011 107
Top Card Clip Steal
2016 12
Edward Marlo Clip Palm Change packet tossed on table
2016 36
Harry Lorayne Side-Slide Control simplified side-steal, clip steal to bottom or second from bottom
Also published here 2017 224