the diagonal palmshift \n mention of top palm, bottom palm and multiple shift on page 141 \n s. w. erdnase \n diagonal palm shift \n paul chosse \n the diagonal palm shift \n s. w. erdnase \n kf note \n karl fulves \n a multiple card palm and steal utilizing the diagonal pushthrough method \n s. w. erdnase \n francis carlyle \n peeping palm \n dave buck \n erdnase + vernon \n karl fulves \n hoffmann + erdnase \n karl fulves \n diagonal palm fan \n edo huang \n center steal \n cy endfield \n the diagonal palm shift \n roger crosthwaite \n the diagonal palm shift \n graham adams \n the overhand dps \n benjamin earl \n the diagonal palmshift \n shane cobalt \n from the peek \n shane cobalt \n on the table \n shane cobalt \n as a false cut \n shane cobalt \n tps (tapered palm shift) \n ryan plunkett \n in the secret angle  the revolve diagonal palm shift \n helder guimarães \n the use of the little finger in positioning exactly the card in the palm \n vanni bossi \n the diagonal palm shift \n dai vernon \n the diagonal palm shift \n s. w. erdnase \n onehanded getready for the diagonal palm shift \n eric evans \n erdnase diagonal palm shift \n dai vernon \n diagonal palm shift (dps) \n alexander de cova
1902
the expert at the card table
S. W. Erdnase

The Diagonal PalmShift

Related toVariations Diagonal Palm Shift (Paul Chosse, 1997)
 A Multiple Card Palm and Steal Utilizing the Diagonal PushThrough Method (S. W. Erdnase, Francis Carlyle, 1975)
 Peeping Palm (Dave Buck, 2011)
 Erdnase + Vernon (Karl Fulves, 2003)
 Diagonal Palm Fan (Edo Huang, 2015)
 The Diagonal Palm Shift (Roger Crosthwaite, 1994)
 The Overhand DPS (Benjamin Earl, 2019)
 From The Peek (Shane Cobalt, 2019)
 On The Table (Shane Cobalt, 2019)
 As a False Cut (Shane Cobalt, 2019)
 TPS (Tapered Palm Shift) (Ryan Plunkett, 2020)
 In the Secret Angle  The Revolve Diagonal Palm Shift (Helder Guimarães, 2019)
 The Use of the Little Finger in Positioning Exactly the Card in the Palm (Vanni Bossi, 1991)
 The Diagonal Palm Shift (Dai Vernon, 2008)
Also published here

1902

The Expert at the Card Table

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the trick that cannot be explained \n \n dai vernon \n uncontrolled prediction \n edward marlo \n unexpected prediction \n edward marlo \n using equivoque in "the trick that cannot be explained" \n paul vigil \n inexplicable \n alex elmsley \n the trick that cannot be explained \n charlie miller \n johnny thompson \n thoughts on "the trick that cannot be explained" \n harapan ong \n triple header \n paul chosse \n the ultimate trick that cannot be explained \n roger smith \n mnemonicosis (tamariz on ideas by marlo and vernon) \n juan tamariz \n on vernon's "the trick that cannot be explained" \n jon racherbaumer
1960
more inner secrets of card magic
Dai Vernon

The Trick that cannot be explained

Related toVariations

1960

More Inner Secrets of Card Magic

76



turnover move \n \n paul chosse
1978/76
more classic magic with apparatus
Paul Chosse

Turnover Move

1978/76

More Classic Magic with Apparatus

171



miller's cascade control \n \n charlie miller \n paul chosse \n cascade control \n charlie miller \n dave buck \n sacc (semi automatic cascade control) \n scott robinson
1992
card finesse ii
Charlie Miller, Paul Chosse

Miller's Cascade Control

Variations

1992

Card Finesse II

73



leftovers \n on paul chosse, bill miesel, ed eckl, lota bowl \n steve beam
1992
the trapdoor — volume two
Steve Beam

Leftovers

1992

The Trapdoor — Volume Two
(Issue 42)

760



diagonal palm shift \n getting into it from having a card selected from a spread \n paul chosse \n the diagonal palmshift \n s. w. erdnase
1997
l.i.n.t. — pocket stuff for closeup magicians
Paul Chosse

Diagonal Palm Shift

Inspired by

1997

L.I.N.T. — Pocket Stuff for CloseUp Magicians

14



bar bill stunt \n bill changes into mismade bill ("quartered bill") \n paul chosse
2001
bar bill stunt
Paul Chosse

Bar Bill Stunt

2001

Bar Bill Stunt

2



drawn instead of quartered \n "presentation two", bill changes into bill with drawing on it \n paul chosse \n ron bauer \n drawn instead of quartered \n ron bauer
2001
bar bill stunt
Paul Chosse, Ron Bauer

Drawn Instead of Quartered

Also published here

2001

Bar Bill Stunt

17



the chosse thumb fingerpalm pivot \n \n paul chosse
2001
bar bill stunt
Paul Chosse

The Chosse Thumb Fingerpalm Pivot

2001

Bar Bill Stunt

31



the unfolding switch \n \n paul chosse
2001
bar bill stunt
Paul Chosse

The Unfolding Switch

2001

Bar Bill Stunt

32



paul chosse's bar bill stunt \n \n paul cummins \n paul chosse \n ron bauer
2001
genii
Paul Cummins (reviewer)

Paul Chosse's Bar Bill Stunt

Oct. 2001

Genii
(Vol. 64 No. 10)

82



the flicker glimpse \n credit claim \n paul chosse
2004
weapons of mass destruction
Paul Chosse

The Flicker Glimpse

2004

Weapons of Mass Destruction

44



triple header \n spectator removes any three random cards, they are used to "calculate" name of selection with pseudo rules \n paul chosse \n the trick that cannot be explained \n dai vernon
2004
weapons of mass destruction
Paul Chosse

Triple Header

Inspired by

2004

Weapons of Mass Destruction

64



the tossout \n cleanup after bill switch without thumbtip \n paul chosse
2006
switch
Paul Chosse

The Tossout

2006

Switch

119



inspection \n cleanup after bill switch without thumbtip \n paul chosse
2006
switch
Paul Chosse

Inspection

2006

Switch

119



drawn instead of quartered \n bill changes into bill with drawing on it \n ron bauer \n drawn instead of quartered \n paul chosse \n ron bauer
2006
switch
Ron Bauer

Drawn Instead of Quartered

Also published here

2006

Switch

293



cascade control \n finessed handling \n charlie miller \n dave buck \n miller's cascade control \n charlie miller \n paul chosse \n cascade palm \n dave buck
2011
if an octopus could palm
Charlie Miller, Dave Buck

Cascade Control

Inspired byVariations

2011

If An Octopus Could Palm

26



sacc (semi automatic cascade control) \n card inserted into fan is controlled to back (i. e. top) as fan is squared \n scott robinson \n miller's cascade control \n charlie miller \n paul chosse
2018
pure imagination
Scott Robinson

SACC (Semi Automatic Cascade Control)

Inspired by

2018

Pure Imagination

257



spittoon coin vanish anecdote \n as clean up to get rid of gaffed coin \n paul chosse
2022
max malini
Paul Chosse

Spittoon Coin Vanish Anecdote

2022

Max Malini

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