blind shuffles - i. to retain top stock \n \n s. w. erdnase \n to retain top stock \n shane cobalt \n erdnase system of blind shuffles \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
ii. to retain top stock and shuffle whole deck \n \n s. w. erdnase \n to retain top stock and shuffle whole deck \n shane cobalt \n erdnase system of blind shuffles \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
iii. to retain bottom stock and shuffle whole deck \n \n s. w. erdnase \n to retain the bottom stock and shuffle whole deck \n shane cobalt \n erdnase system of blind shuffles \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
III. To Retain Bottom Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck
erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts - i. to retain the top stock \n \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase aces \n harry riser \n riffle shuffles \n shane cobalt \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
Erdnase System of Blind Riffles and Cuts - I. To Retain the Top Stock
ii. to retain the bottom stock \n \n s. w. erdnase \n riffle shuffles \n shane cobalt \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
ii. to retain the complete stock \n \n unknown \n to retain the complete stock \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte
1902
Unknown
iii. to retain the top stock \n running cut with break \n unknown \n combinación del corte múltiple a un mano con el corte para retener el paquete superior de erdnase \n juan villarejo \n top stock control \n s. w. erdnase \n to retain the top stock \n s. w. erdnase \n to retain top stock without breaking stride \n shane cobalt \n erdnase false strips \n steve forte \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte
1902
Unknown
iv. to retain the bottom stock \n \n s. w. erdnase \n handling of false cuts and blinds \n edward marlo \n s. w. erdnase \n to retain the bottom stock \n s. w. erdnase \n to retain bottom stock without breaking stride \n shane cobalt \n erdnase false strips \n steve forte \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
v. to retain bottom stock. riffle ii and cut iv \n combination riffle and cuts \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
fancy blind cuts - i. to retain the complete stock \n \n unknown \n a flourish cut (false) after erdnase's fancy blind cut n° 1 \n vanni bossi \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte \n more options \n steve forte
1902
Unknown
Fancy Blind Cuts - I. To Retain the Complete Stock
ii. to retain the complete stock \n \n s. w. erdnase \n cutting up \n tom gagnon \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte \n more options \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
one-handed fancy true cut \n tabled \n unknown \n the dave price false cut \n dave price \n a triple fancy table cut \n ross bertram \n one-handed genuine "cut" \n unknown \n a triple fancy table cut \n msgr. vincent foy \n a simple fancy one hand table cut \n msgr. vincent foy \n erdnase system of blind riffles and cuts \n steve forte
1902
Unknown
to indicate the location for the cut - i. this is located by the crimp \n bridge crimp, for use after overhand shuffle \n unknown \n the inverted crimp \n graham adams \n to indicate the location for the cut \n steve forte
1902
Unknown
To Indicate the Location for the Cut - I. This is located by the Crimp
ii. this is located by the jog \n for use after overhand shuffle \n s. w. erdnase \n to indicate the location for the cut \n steve forte
1902
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iii. this is located by the crimp \n bridge crimp, for use after riffle shuffle \n unknown \n to indicate the location for the cut \n steve forte
1902
Unknown
bottom dealing \n featuring the erdnase grip \n s. w. erdnase \n the bottom deal \n graham adams \n the marnase bottom deal \n edward marlo \n unit movement for erdnase bottom deal \n edward marlo \n stop on a dime \n karl fulves \n bottom steal \n karl fulves \n bottom dealing \n s. w. erdnase \n the bottom deal \n jack avis \n bottom fact \n karl fulves \n one-hand erdnase \n karl fulves \n bottom dealing \n shane cobalt \n bottom dealing \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
top and bottom dealing with one hand \n using the erdnase bottom deal, also mention of stud bottom deal \n s. w. erdnase \n bottom dealing \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
Top and Bottom Dealing with One Hand
using the Erdnase Bottom Deal, also mention of Stud Bottom Deal
second dealing \n two methods \n s. w. erdnase \n the second deal \n graham adams \n the side push-off second \n s. w. erdnase \n edward marlo \n on the erdnase second deal \n s. w. erdnase \n roberto giobbi \n second dealing \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
ordinary methods of stocking, locating and securing \n different methods while toying with the deck \n s. w. erdnase \n method five: multiple cull \n roger crosthwaite \n method six: multiple cull \n roger crosthwaite \n gagnon stocks erdnase \n tom gagnon \n ordinary methods of stocking, locating and securing \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
Ordinary Methods of Stocking, Locating and Securing
stock shuffle \n milk build, drawing only from the bottom without top card cover, also for more hands at once \n unknown \n a new method of stock shuffle \n graham adams \n no-haymow haymow \n steve forte \n stock shuffle \n steve forte
1902
Unknown
Stock Shuffle
milk build, drawing only from the bottom without top card cover, also for more hands at once
erdnase system of stock shuffling \n - two-card stock
- three-card stock
- four-card stock
- five-card stock
- twelve-card stock--for draw poker
- euchre stock--four-handed game-1
- euchre stock--four-hande game-2 \n s. w. erdnase \n five card stock leaving the cards at any desired numbers \n graham adams \n six card stock for any number of players \n graham adams \n seven card stock for any number of players \n graham adams \n the expert at the card table \n bruce elliott \n s. w. erdnase \n gambling expose \n milton kort \n formula for erdnase shuffles \n s. w. erdnase \n frederick braue \n marnese overhand stack \n edward marlo \n die echte erklärung \n christoph borer \n s. w. erdnase \n jack merlin \n the erdnase system of stock shuffling \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
the erdnase system of cull shuffling \n - to cull two cards
- to cull three cards
- to cull four cards
- to cull nine cards \n s. w. erdnase \n cull shuffling \n graham adams \n formula for erdnase shuffles \n s. w. erdnase \n frederick braue \n the erdnase system of cull shuffling \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
the erdnase system of palming - top palm. first method \n \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase two handed multiple card palm \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase top palm, first method \n s. w. erdnase \n on the erdnase system of palming \n s. w. erdnase \n roberto giobbi \n top palm - first method \n shane cobalt \n the erdnase system of palming \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
The Erdnase System of Palming - Top Palm. First Method
bottom palm. first method \n with left little finger option \n s. w. erdnase \n change a la erdnase bottom palm \n s. w. erdnase \n bottom palm handling \n jörg alexander weber \n notes on the erdnase bottom palm \n jack carpenter \n the bottom palm \n john carney \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase bottom palm \n s. w. erdnase \n jörg alexander weber \n the erdnase bottom palm \n dai vernon \n on the erdnase system of palming \n s. w. erdnase \n roberto giobbi \n erdnase bottom palm handling \n dai vernon \n bottom palm - first method \n shane cobalt \n bottom palm \n john galsworthy \n s. w. erdnase \n the erdnase system of palming \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
bottom palm when cards are riffled \n almost tabled after riffle shuffle, two methods \n s. w. erdnase \n the erdnase system of palming \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
to maintain the bottom palm while dealing \n delaying its use \n s. w. erdnase \n to maintain the bottom palm while dealing \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
to hold the location of cut while dealing \n delaying a shift or similar action \n s. w. erdnase \n to hold the location of the cut while dealing \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
the erdnase shift. one hand \n \n s. w. erdnase \n single-handed slip-cut \n felix farrell \n the erdnase one hand shift \n s. w. erdnase \n covering erdnase \n charlie miller \n johnny's glimpse \n johnny thompson \n shifts \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
to ascertain the top cards while riffling and reserve them at bottom \n see elegant title, tabled double cut \n s. w. erdnase \n erdnase aces \n harry riser \n undercut transfer \n johnny thompson \n to ascertain the top cards while riffling and reserve them at bottom \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
To Ascertain the Top Cards while Riffling and Reserve them at Bottom
dealing without the cut \n dealing from half pack to avoid shift and simplify bottom deal \n s. w. erdnase \n the player without an ally \n steve forte
1902
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Dealing Without the Cut
dealing from half pack to avoid shift and simplify bottom deal
dealing too many \n dealing too many cards in a game, double deal is only hinted at \n s. w. erdnase \n the player without an ally \n steve forte
1902
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Dealing Too Many
dealing too many cards in a game, double deal is only hinted at
the longitudinal shift \n \n s. w. erdnase \n the longitudinal "pass" \n s. w. erdnase \n longways shift \n steve forte \n the tudinal-longi shift \n kyohei tatsukawa
1902
S. W. Erdnase
the open shift \n color change mention on page 134 \n s. w. erdnase \n open production \n jerry sadowitz \n the open shift \n shane cobalt
1902
S. W. Erdnase
the s.w.e. shift \n color change mention on page 136 \n s. w. erdnase \n ribbon spread double cut \n tom gagnon \n s.w.e. shift applications \n roberto giobbi \n the s. w. e. shift \n shane cobalt \n fast s. w. e. \n steve forte
1902
S. W. Erdnase
the diagonal palm-shift \n mention of top palm, bottom palm, multiple shift on page 141 \n s. w. erdnase \n the diagonal palm shift \n graham adams \n center steal \n cy endfield \n a multiple card palm and steal utilizing the diagonal push-through method \n s. w. erdnase \n francis carlyle \n the diagonal palm shift \n s. w. erdnase \n kf note \n karl fulves \n the use of the little finger in positioning exactly the card in the palm \n vanni bossi \n the diagonal palm shift \n roger crosthwaite \n diagonal palm shift \n paul chosse \n erdnase + vernon \n karl fulves \n hoffmann + erdnase \n karl fulves \n the diagonal palm shift \n dai vernon \n peeping palm \n dave buck \n diagonal palm fan \n edo huang \n the overhand dps \n benjamin earl \n the diagonal palm-shift \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 in the secret angle - the revolve diagonal palm shift \n helder guimarães \n tps (tapered palm shift) \n ryan plunkett
1902
S. W. Erdnase
The Diagonal Palm-Shift
mention of top palm, bottom palm, multiple shift on page 141
palming \n two methods
- without apparently touching the deck with right hand
- single card à la vernon's topping the deck \n s. w. erdnase \n the buatier palm \n buatier de kolta \n the erdnase top palm \n benjamin earl
1902
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Palming
two methods
without apparently touching the deck with right hand
the double-palm change \n \n prof. robert hellis \n to "change" a card - sixth method \n prof. robert hellis \n on the double palm change \n dai vernon
1902
Prof. Robert Hellis
third method \n similar to second method, can be done without table \n unknown \n erdnase shuffle side-slip (close-up) \n russell t. barnhart \n blind shuffle - third method \n unknown \n third method \n unknown
1902
Unknown
Third Method
similar to second method, can be done without table
methods for determining a card thought of \n a. by the riffle
b. by springing flourish
c. by the cut
d. by the gaze \n unknown \n new thought card sleights \n william e. robinson \n on the gaze selection method \n jean hugard \n frederick braue \n erdnase method a \n roger crosthwaite \n erdnase method b \n roger crosthwaite \n erdnase method c \n roger crosthwaite \n erdnase method d \n roger crosthwaite \n the gaze method - think-a-card \n roger crosthwaite \n "covertly" and reading erdnase closely \n dai vernon \n determination d \n r. paul wilson
1902
Unknown
Methods for Determining a Card Thought Of
A. By the Riffle
B. By Springing Flourish
C. By the Cut
D. By the Gaze
tricks with the prearranged deck \n eight kings - set up explained with methods to calculate cards and their positions (applicable for any cyclic stack) \n s. w. erdnase \n thirty minute memorized deck \n allan ackerman \n s. w. erdnase \n the mem deck i prefer \n allan ackerman \n calculation method for eight kings & si stebbins \n s. w. erdnase \n allan ackerman
1902
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Tricks with the Prearranged Deck
Eight Kings - set up explained with methods to calculate cards and their positions (applicable for any cyclic stack)
a mind-reading trick \n one out of four, "did you see your card already" and fishing \n s. w. erdnase \n a mind-reading trick \n jon racherbaumer \n a wry gleaning trick \n allan ackerman
1902
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A Mind-Reading Trick
one out of four, "did you see your card already" and fishing
power of concentrated thought \n number up to ten \n s. w. erdnase \n thought reading extraordinary \n unknown \n card and number divination \n unknown \n card at any number \n chan canasta \n scaan \n tom gagnon
1902
S. W. Erdnase
the three aces \n ace of hearts poses as diamonds, distributed aces are together after one cut \n s. w. erdnase \n das verwandelte as \n unknown
1902
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The Three Aces
Ace of Hearts poses as Diamonds, distributed Aces are together after one cut