120 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Gambling / Poker / Re-Deal Poker Deals (Gardner-Marlo)
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
An Effective Poker Deal re-deal stacking done by spectator, double duke suggestion
Related toVariations 1935 108
U. F. Grant Effect No. 1 spectator deals five hands, no good hand, but when the magician deals he get's a straight flush, re-deal stacking
Related to 1936 1
Martin Gardner, Edward Marlo Gardner-Marlo Poker Routine
Related toVariations 1942 28
Martin Gardner The Surprised Gambler bottom deal demo, Aces in second phase
1942 11
The Hold Out and Pick Up Builds redealing principle in combination with pick up stack
1946 112
Jean Hugard Can You Deal A Good Poker Hand? first round while explaining bottom deal, player with winning hand can be chosen for second phase
Related toVariations Nov. 1946 267
Leon M. Dick, Jean Hugard A Gambler's Nightmare first round while explaining bottom deal, player with winning hand can be chosen for second phase, from new deck order
Inspired by Oct. 1947 363
Edward Marlo, Martin Gardner A Poker Puzzle
Related to 1948 129
U. F. Grant Dealing a Royal Flush performer receives Royal Flush on second deal, claim of principle
Related to Oct. 1948 6
Al Leech Simplified Poker Deal Ace stacking for five hands via re-dealing
1949 26
George Schindler, Bob Condon The Mishap Poker Deal No. 134
Inspired byAlso published here 1950 259
Clayton Rawson, Jean Hugard Poker Player's Nightmare first round while explaining bottom deal, player with winning hand can be chosen for second phase, then performer deals a Straight Flush and other good hands, ending with a Royal Flush
Related to Oct. 1950 709
Clayton Rawson Postscript handling variation for Poker Player's Nightmare
Related to Nov. 1950 722
Lewis Ganson Gambler's Luck poker player's picnic type Kings location, open Bottom Deal demo followed by Aces deal
Inspired by
  • "Tops Four Aces" (Paul Clive's "Card Tricks Without Skill")
  • "The Honest Gambler" (Walter B. Gibson's "Professional Magic for Amateurs")
Variations
1950 71
Lin Searles Diapsalmata "An Old Poker Deal Refrain"
Mar. 1961
Ibidem (Issue 23)
24
Edward Marlo, Harry Lorayne, Martin Gardner Lorayne's Poker Deal
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here 1962 153
Edward Marlo Card Stack Demo Kings openly stacked, Tens and Aces end up also, faro and overhand stacking, for correction see Facsimile reference
Related to 1964 37
Fred Lowe The Innocent Cheat performer stacks the Aces, then a spectator takes one card from a hand and puts it in his sleeve, performer deals again, spectator switches his sleeved card for one from his chosen hand and receives royal flush
Related to 1967 190
Allan Slaight The Eclectic Deck stack for seventeen effects, see also p. 29 for comments
  • 1. one of five cards thought of and located
  • 2. card location
  • 3. face-up deal stopped, value used to count to selection
  • 4. spelling to thought-of card
  • 5. open prediction
  • 6. card from packet to pocket
  • 7. two-card transposition
  • 8. card from hand to pocket
  • 9. Aces stacked, then Royal Flush dealt
  • 10. five good hands dealt
  • 11. blackjack demo with rubber-banded deck
  • 12. bridge demo with all Spades
  • 13. three-way transposition
  • 14. two selections reverse
  • 15. card chosen, spelled to and some matching cards found
  • 16. Ace assembly (not explained)
  • 17. Mind Mirror challenge location
  • Final Thoughts
  • Closing Credits (credits for all effects)
Also published here July 1967
Ibidem (Issue 32)
6
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Poker Deal No. 232, stacking demonstration with Aces, then Royal Flush
Related toVariations 1972 58
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Variation Of Jack Merlin's Gambler's Expose Routine No. 248, second deal demo, bottom deal demo, false and stacking shuffle demo
Inspired byRelated toVariations 1972 62
Bob Fisher Fisher's Subconscious Poker No. 407, one card is controlled during the repeat-dealing of five poker-hand and appears in a straight flush in second round
VariationsAlso published here
  • "Subconscious Poker" (The Sphinx, Vol. 38 No. 2, April 1939, p. 37)
1972 111
Sam Leo Horowitz Horowitz's Poker Deal No. 611, overhand stacking demonstration with Aces, then repeat deal with Nines in one hand and Royal Flush in another
Variations 1972 169
Joseph K. Schmidt Subconscious Poker II one card is controlled during the repeat-dealing of five poker-hand and appears in a Royal Flush, see also p. 840 for idea by Cushing Strout
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here Dec. 1973 687
Jerry K. Hartman Poker III slightly elaborated handling, re-dealing
Inspired byAlso published here July 1974 754
Roy Walton Subconscious Poker Handling re-dealing
Inspired by Dec. 1974 830
Barry Govan Card Sharp Capers routine for Marlo-Gardner poker deal
1975 53
Nick Trost The Bottom Deal Demonstration
1975 15
Harry Lorayne King of Card Sharps
1977 149
Joseph K. Schmidt How to Deal a Royal Flush one card is controlled during the repeat-dealing of five poker-hand and appears in a Royal Flush
Related toAlso published here 1977 175
Harry Lorayne Poker Challenge one card is controlled during the dealing of five poker-hand and appears in a Royal Flush
Related to Feb. 1978
Apocalypse (Vol. 1 No. 2)
13
John F. Mendoza Impossible Poker Demonstration aces cut to in named order, shuffled back and cut to again (Estimation Aces), roll-over production with Royal Flushes, ten handed deal first with aces, then two royal flushes (Marlo-Gardner principle), optional color changing deck kicker
Inspired by 1978 7
Tom Gagnon The Forgetful Gambler riffle stack demo with second Marlo/Gardner Phase and optional color changing back kicker
Related toAlso published here Mar. 1979
Apocalypse (Vol. 2 No. 3)
172
Harry Lorayne, Martin Gardner, Edward Marlo Lorayne's Poker Deal brief description
Inspired by 1980 3
Horace E. Bennett The Improved Cheat four duplicate Aces, Royal Flush kicker
1981 53
Edward Marlo Of Course I can deal a good Poker Hand! combo with control, false dealing
Related toVariations 1983 206
Harry Lorayne Poker Challenge controlling single card in certain poker hand, it fills a Royal Flush, redealing principle
1984 67
Paul Swinford Poker Spectacular poker deal with cyberdeck which is stacked with sorting rod, incorporates gag cards Fourteen and Fifteen of Spades
1986 17
Pete Biro Echte Zauberei bottom deal demo with Aces, then Royal Flush
Also published here
  • Genii
July 1988
Intermagic (Vol. 13 No. 5)
204
Simon Aronson Paragon Poker Gardner-Marlo poker deal, three phases, with variations
Inspired byRelated to 1990 17
Simon Aronson "Repeat" Surprise Climax overhand stacking, repeat in which a Royal Flush is received instead, Gardner-Marlo re-deal
1990 38
Michael Powers CARDial Infraction one shuffle and cutting, second phase with Marlo/Gardner kicker
Inspired by 1990 32
Jerry K. Hartman Manual Control slightly elaborated handling, re-dealing
Inspired byAlso published here 1991 413
Edward Marlo Card Stack Demo Kings openly stacked, Tens and Aces end up also, faro and overhand stacking, correction for reference
Related toAlso published here June 1992
The Olram File (Issue 12)
9
Terry LaGerould Lesson in Larceny fake bottom and center demo
Also published here 1992 40
Jon Racherbaumer Slug-Fest credit information on the re-deal principle as used in Marlo/Gardner poker deals
  • Selected Bibliography
June 1992
Swipe (Issue 5)
3
Allan Slaight Dupe-licate with duplicate card
Also published here Nov. 1993
Apocalypse (Vol. 16 No. 11)
2284
Sid Fleischman The Fabled Non-Working, Self-Working Card Trick presentation for Schmidt's effect
Inspired byVariations 1993 94
Terry LaGerould Lesson in Larceny fake bottom and center demo
Also published here 1995 66
Jerry K. Hartman High Hopes two versions:
  • I. Spectator chooses one of five dealt-out hands and thinks of best Poker hand he can make by discarding four cards, cards are re-dealt and the thought-of hand is dealt to the same position
  • II. Similar to I., but spectator keeps original hand, cards are re-dealt and card that spectator wanted to keep in his hand vanishes leaving only four, it is found in the newly dealt hand together with the other four cards he thought of to complete it, see also p. 155 for slight variation
see p. 155 for “real time” deck setup
Related to 1995 148
Joseph K. Schmidt Subconscious Poker one card is controlled during the repeat-dealing of five poker-hand and appears in a Royal Flush
Also published here 1996 262
Karl Fulves Subconscious Secret royal flush on second deal
Inspired by
  • "Subconscious Poker" (Bob Fisher)
Related to
1996 190
Edward Marlo Card Stack Demo Kings openly stacked, Tens and Aces end up also, faro and overhand stacking, correction from reference
  • Triple Faro Control
Related to 1996
Facsimile (Issue 4)
42
Steve Mayhew The Ultimate Gardner-Marlo spectator shuffles between rounds
Related toVariations 1999 16
David Regal Ten-Second Poker Spectator shuffles deck, deals himself a royal flush in Spades, re-dealing principle
1999 35
Edward Marlo Stacking Attack Kings openly stacked, Tens and Aces end up also, faro and overhand stacking, correction from reference
Related toAlso published here Jan. 1999
Magic (Vol. 8 No. 5)
83
Harry Lorayne Better Overhand-Shuffle Stack
Inspired byRelated toAlso published here 2001 421
Harry Lorayne Better Overhand-Shuffle Stack
Also published here Nov. 2001
Genii (Vol. 64 No. 11)
50
Steve Beam, Doug Canning Spineless spectator selects a dealt hand and remember a card, after dealing new hands, performer finds card and adds a good hand
2002 166
Nick Trost Bottom Deal Gilbreath two-phase deal after an honest riffle shuffle by the spectator, bottom deal demonstration and then fair deal
Also published here
  • The New Tops, April 1994
2005
Charlatan (Issue 9)
117
Woody Aragón The Man with Three Hands spectators get same hands again and performer has a royal flush
2006 204
Daniel Millstein Wild Card Control
Inspired by 2007 47
Jack Parker, Tomas Blomberg Rump Shaker Performer deals four Aces to himself twice, then gives everyone great hands in the third round, leaving the best hand (straight flush) for himself
Inspired by 2007 81
Alexander de Cova Pokerama re-deal stacking, with dealing shoe, three phases
Inspired byRelated toAlso published here 2007 1
Don May, David Solomon Nine or Ten Hands Nines stacked for nine players, then Aces dealt in ten-hand stack with straight flush for performer
2007 123
David Solomon Solomon Meets Gardner/Marlo
Variations 2007 141
David Solomon Marlo/Gardner/Britland Poker Deal
  • Phase One: Dealing Four of a Kind from Different Parts of the Deck
  • Phase Two: The Double Duke
  • Phase Three: The Britland Switch of Hands
Inspired byAlso published here 2007 12
Sam Leo Horowitz, Roberto Giobbi The Horowitz Poker Deal
  • The Genii Session
overhand stacking demonstration with Aces, then repeat deal with Nines in one hand and Royal Flush in another
Inspired by Aug. 2007
Genii (Vol. 70 No. 8)
18
Justin Higham Jungian Poker five poker hands dealt, spectator peeks at one card from a poker hand, all cards are collected and re-dealt, performer gets winning hand of straight flush consisting of peeked at card
Inspired byRelated toVariations 2008 31
Allan Slaight The Eclectic Deck stack for seventeen effects
  • 1. one of five cards thought of and located
  • 2. card location
  • 3. face-up deal stopped, value used to count to selection
  • 4. spelling to thought-of card
  • 5. open prediction
  • 6. card from packet to pocket
  • 7. two-card transposition
  • 8. card from hand to pocket
  • 9. Aces stacked, then Royal Flush dealt
  • 10. five good hands dealt
  • 11. blackjack demo with rubber-banded deck
  • 12. bridge demo with all Spades
  • 13. three-way transposition
  • 14. two selections reverse
  • 15. card chosen, spelled to and some matching cards found
  • 16. Ace assembly (not explained)
  • 17. Mind Mirror challenge location
  • Final Thoughts
  • Closing Credits (credits for all effects)
Also published here 2008 36
Allan Slaight Erdnaces openly overhand stacking Aces while reciting formula, then royal flush deal
Inspired byAlso published here
  • Linking Ring, Nov. 1990
2008 114
Allan Slaight Dupe-Licate with duplicate card
Also published here 2008 120
Joseph K. Schmidt Subconscious Poker one card is controlled during the repeat-dealing of five poker-hand and appears in a Royal Flush
Inspired by 2008 89
Fred Robinson Dealer Demonstration
Inspired by 2009 107
Roberto Giobbi Daley's Variation of Jack Merlin's Gambler's Exposé Routine
  • First Phase (Daley's Notebooks #248)
  • Second Phase
  • Third Phase
  • Fourth Phase (Daley's Notebooks #358)
  • Fifth Phase (Daley's Notebooks #224)
  • Sixth Phase (Daley's Notebooks #232)
Inspired byRelated toVariations Nov. 2009
Genii (Vol. 72 No. 11)
64
Manuel Montes Póker conection poker demonstration, control of chosen card ending with Royal Flush
2009
El Manuscrito (Vol. 2 No. 10)
262
Nick Trost A Stacking Demonstration three phase routine
Inspired by 2009 389
Nick Trost The Perfect Bridge Hand - Revisited preliminary deal used to stack Spades, re-deal, group shuffle before first deal
  • Hearts Deal
  • Fan Tan Deal
Inspired by 2009 392
John Bannon Riverboat Poker openly recited overhand shuffling formula, combined with Gardner/Marlo deal
Also published here 2009 47
Troy Hooser Shuffle Dodge Riffle Stacking, presentational ploy to hide hesitations
2010 116
Alexander de Cova Pokerama re-deal stacking, with dealing shoe, three phases
Also published here 2010 8
Alexander de Cova Poker-a-ma re-deal stacking, with dealing shoe, three phases
Inspired byAlso published here 2011 6
Nick Trost The Zens Poker Deal, Redealt double-deal stacking
Inspired by 2011 676
Nick Trost Gambler's Poker Routine
  • Phase One - Eighteen-Card Poker (uses concept of a morphing Jonah card that changes every phase, three phases)
  • Phase Two - Belchou's Ace Trick (poker player's picnic type Kings location, open Bottom Deal demo followed by Aces deal)
  • Phase Three - The Surprised Gambler (re-deal)
Inspired by
  • Gambler's Luck (Lewis Ganson, 1950)
  • Tony Griffith's "A Demonstration of How to Win at Poker" (Griff on Cards, 1964)
  • Bob Lynn's "The Gambler Routine" (The Mad Mad Mad World of Bob Lynn, 1968)
Related toAlso published here
2011 700
Jason England Bad Beat two phase Marlo/Gardner type routine, spectator's royal flush is completed with previously openly sleeved card
Inspired by 2012 8
Alexander de Cova Poker-A-Ma re-deal stacking, with dealing shoe, three phases
Also published here Oct. 2012 17
Justin Higham GM Poker
  • First Phase
  • Second Phase
  • End Notes
  • Other Handlings
  • Multiple-Shift Handling
  • Restacking Ruse
  • Deal-Yourself-First Ruse
Related toVariations 2013 21
Justin Higham Easy Gardner-Marlo
2013 25
Justin Higham Two Shufflers
Related toVariations 2013 25
Justin Higham Two-Phase Shufflers
2013 26
Justin Higham Jungian Poker (Modified) five poker hands dealt, spectator peeks at one card from a poker hand, all cards are collected and re-dealt, performer gets winning hand of straight flush consisting of peeked at card
Inspired by 2013 38
John Bannon Riverboat Poker openly recited overhand shuffling formula, combined with Gardner/Marlo deal
Also published here 2013 46
Roger Crosthwaite Adjusted Deal-Yourself-First Ruse
Inspired byVariations 2014 45
Danny Rosenbaum Five Mustaches
2014 45
Justin Higham Two Shufflers - Second Method no faro
Inspired by 2014 46
Steve Mayhew, Jack Carpenter Uber-Ultimate Gardner-Marlo spectator shuffles between rounds, using the Angels May Shuffle Subterfuge
Inspired by 2014 90
Jason England, Tomas Blomberg Take It or Sleeve It no-touch poker deal, spectator shuffles and deals off the bottom openly, performer's and spectator's hand are completed with previously "sleeved" cards
Also published here 2014 96
Vic Trabucco Power Poker Magician demonstrates how to stack cards during a shuffle and receives four aces on the first deal. On the next round, he receives a royal flush.
Related to 2015 66
Harry Lorayne Three Mechanics three four-of-a-kinds stacked
Inspired by 2015 41
Alexander de Cova Poker-A-Ma re-deal stacking, with dealing shoe, three phases
Also published here 2015 101
Alexander de Cova Poker-A-Ma comment on the effect as part of blindfold card act
Related to 2015 192
So Sato Poker Demon-Stration Plus Mass Destruction Stacking
  • Phase 1: Middle Deal Demonstration
  • Phase 2: Stacking Demonstration (Re-Deal principle)
2016 123
Frank Shields Gardner-Marlo Poker Deal Variation
2017
Facsimile (Issue 6)
11
Harry Lorayne Better Overhand-Shuffle Stack
Also published here 2017 211
Matt Baker Poker Lesson three-phase routine with Aronson stack, bottom deal demo
Also published here Sep. 2017
Genii (Vol. 80 No. 9)
64
David Solomon Marlo/Gardner/Britland Poker Deal
  • Phase One: Dealing Four-of-a-Kind from Different Parts of the Deck
  • Phase Two: The Double Duke
  • Phase Three: The Britland Switch of Hands
Also published here 2018 48
David Solomon Revised Gilbreath Poker Straight Flush finale
2018 52
Ramón Riobóo Unbeatable
2018 145
Harry Lorayne Lorayne's Poker Deal Plus
Inspired by 2018 217
Matt Baker Gilbreath Poker Both spectator and magician deal five hands of poker from their cards, each deal a good hand to an imaginary player, leaving the best hand for themselves
Inspired byRelated to 2019 195
Michał Kociołek Polish Poker Stacking Pseudo riffle stacking routine, uses Polish Poker deck, marketed by Card-Shark, stack any thought-of poker hand
2019 39
Tom Gagnon The Forgetful Gambler riffle stack demo with second Marlo/Gardner Phase
Also published here 2019 18
Michael Powers Cardial Infraction riffle shuffle demo with Aces, Royal Flush finale
Inspired by 2019 74
Steve Reynolds Push Through Poker one half mixed face-up/face-down, shuffled through other half, all but one face-down cards transfer to other half, mixed half dealt for poker game and performer receives straight flush except one card which is the face-down card in other half, second round of dealing with royal flush
Inspired byVariations 2019
Output (Issue 3)
1
Matt Baker Poker Lesson three-phase routine with Aronson stack, bottom deal demo
Also published here 2020 18
Roberto Mansilla A False Demonstration
  • Artifices
gambling routine
  • First Phase (Ed Marlo's "Lessinout")
  • Second Phase ("Marlo-Gardner Poker Deal")
June 2021
Genii (Vol. 84 No. 6)
66
Benjamin Earl Lucky Deal spectator deals himself his selection in a poker hand and his other cards complete a Royal Flush
2021 21
Tomas Blomberg, Jason England Take It Or Sleeve It no-touch poker deal, spectator shuffles and deals off the bottom openly, performer's and spectator's hand are completed with previously "sleeved" cards
Also published here 2022 496
David Solomon Marlo Gardner Britland Poker Deal
  • Phase One: Dealing Four of a Kind from Different Parts of the Deck
  • Phase Two: The Double Duke
  • Phase Three: The Britland Switch of Hands
Also published here 2022 645
Allan Ackerman The Ultimate GM Poker Deal first bottom deal demo, then good hands in hands
Also published here
  • Linking Ring Parade
2024 216