Written by Jon Racherbaumer

1992
Work of Various

278 pages (Hardcover), published by L&L Publishing
Illustrated with photographs.
Language: English

(90 entries)

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Jon Racherbaumer Acknowledgements
Jon Racherbaumer Foreword
4
Tom Gagnon Zip-Pop Change card that sticks out of deck changes
9
Noel Stanton Pop Up Move "Side Rise"
9
Jon Racherbaumer Flat Double Erdnase Change
Related to 15
Edward Marlo Bold ATFUS also "Deep Face-up Switch"
20
Tom Gagnon Devil-May-Care Double-Cut tabled reverse double undercut
Related to 24
Edward Marlo Count Reverse cards are turned over during counting, applied to twisting effect
Inspired by
  • "Count Reverse" (Ed Marlo, Linking Ring, 1963)
29
Jon Racherbaumer Illogical Spread Switch exchange face-up card with face-down card above it
32
Unknown Whirl Flourish pirouette flourish
Related to 36
Edward Marlo Anchored Add On from center of deck to tabled packet, no palming
38
Edward Marlo, Gerald Kosky Burn-Surviving Switchout
Related to
  • Inside Out V (Justin Higham)
43
Edward Marlo, David Britland Interlace Subtlety procedure for placing three cards between kings
Inspired by 48
Jeff Busby, Edward Marlo Neo-Jordan Count
Related to 53
Jon Racherbaumer Useful Definitions
  • Count
  • Disposition
  • Plane State
56
Bob Stencel, Alex Elmsley Relaxed Elmsley Count
57
Edward Marlo In-A-Jiffy Duplex Double multiple double version
Inspired by 62
Edward Marlo Instant D'Amico Spread from top of the deck
66
Edward Marlo Pivot Spread from Deck with top cards of deck
66
Jon Racherbaumer Tip Top Palm multiple palm from tabled deck, one-handed
68
Charlie Miller, Paul Chosse Miller's Cascade Control
Variations 73
Unknown Ribbon Drop Flourish
74
Bob Veeser Veeser's Bluff Shift
79
Bob Stencel, John Scarne Stencel's Action Palm overhand shuffle cover
Related to 83
Charles Aste Jr., Unknown Undercover Cop cop position and transition at table edge
Related to 88
Dai Vernon, Edward Marlo, Charles Aste Jr. Cop Grips different positions, Deep Cop
90
Unknown (Out)Standing Cop cop position
92
Edward Marlo Focussed Misdirection Palm commentary on the technique followed by variations
95
Jon Racherbaumer Finessed Misdirection Palm
Inspired byAlso published here 96
Edward Marlo Open Misdirection Palm into LTP
100
Jon Racherbaumer LTP References references where Marlo uses LTP
102
Unknown Double Palm Throw-Off gestures when both hands are palming cards
103
Jon Racherbaumer Delayed Bottom Placement for credit information see reference
Related to 105
Edward Victor, Jon Racherbaumer Finessed Victor Change
109
Edward Marlo, Charlie Miller, Edward Victor Marlo's Visible Victor Change as bottom card is transferred to top, credit information on page 115
Related to 112
Jon Racherbaumer Spreading the Force credit information for spread cull force
116
Ron Bauer The Hofbauer Force finessed Hofzinser Force
116
Edward Marlo Marlo's Spread-X Force "Bottom Deal Exchange" (BDE) Force
121
Unknown Mechanical Second Palm second card is palmed
125
Jon Racherbaumer Square-Up Grab-Add unload on deck, with credits for alternative techniques
Inspired by 128
Edward Marlo Tuck-And-Go Switch tabled card is slid under table spread as it is picked up
134
Jon Racherbaumer Quick Clip Cop left hand thumb clip from center
138
Jon Racherbaumer Left-Hand Steals (LPP)
141
Edward Marlo Nominal Switchless Switch Unload
144
Bruce Cervon, Edward Marlo Preview to Another Chapter Strip-Out Insertion/Addition aka Bottom Unit-Upjog Addition
149
Max Malini, Howard Schwarzman Malini's Invitation how to have a card selected
151
Dr. James Nuzzo Nuzzo's Simul-Steal side-steal for two peeked-at cards
153
Edward Marlo Longitudinal Side-Steal (Marlo Palm-Position)
158
Edward Marlo Longitudinal Palm Replacement
161
Edward Marlo Marlo's Flushtration Count
Variations 165
Edward Marlo Underhanded Scoop Add adding card under a deck or packet, table edge
Related to 167
Dr. James Nuzzo, Horace Goldin Nuzzo-Goldin Change
169
Edward Marlo Greased Bottom Deal secret incomplete faro condition
Also published here 176
Edward Marlo First Application bottom deal
Also published here 177
Edward Marlo Second Application bottom deal with four Aces
Also published here 177
Edward Marlo Third Application you get Aces, spectator Kings, bottom deal
Also published here 178
Unknown Give Yourself a Break repeated multiple lifts without get-readies
179
Bernard Bilis Quick-Square Switch
181
Unknown Unit Upjog Switch-Out aces are upjogged and stripped out, one is exchanged
184
Ron Bauer Screened Leipzig Card Pass
190
Jon Racherbaumer A Little History ...on the Screened Leipzig Pass
191
Jon Racherbaumer, Unknown Racherbaumer Addition
Inspired by 199
Bob Stencel Revertible Ladies backfire assembly
202
Edward Marlo Olram Subtlety
207
Jon Racherbaumer Reverse Assembly History credit information
212
Jon Racherbaumer Why is the Odd Card so Queer? ten blue-backed cards, one red-backed selection, back-condition reverses
Inspired by 213
Edward Marlo Invisible Toss reappears in the deck at specific position
Related to 217
Jack Birnman Four-Sites face-up four is shuffled in deck and locates two selections
219
Jack Birnman Dragnet queens are tossed in deck, they split up and sandwich two selections, Birnman's original sleights replaced with standard sleights
Variations 222
Jon Racherbaumer Making Smith More Mythic two selections occupy the same position in two halves
225
Edward Marlo Smith-Myth Effect Subtlety
229
Jon Racherbaumer Rashomon's Cards to Wallet Bendix Bombshell Wallet
230
Jon Racherbaumer The Future Ain't What it Used to be
Related to 235
Jon Racherbaumer, Peter Duffie Time-Warp Sandwich
239
Edward Marlo Off-Hand Hooker any named card rises, using pinky rise and stack
242
Fred Robinson, Tan Hock Chuan Pinky Rise
243
Edward Marlo Not All Psychological spectator stops at odd backed card
245
Jon Racherbaumer A Purist Plays With Pinocle
Inspired by 247
Edward Marlo Duplication Display
249
Jon Racherbaumer, Nick Trost Elevating the Aces
250
John Luka Ladies & Bullets queens twist, one of them travels back face up into deck, they transform to aces, queens are found again and transform to aces again, queens from pockets, deck vanishes
Related to 252
Brother John Hamman, Daryl Martinez Two-as-Four Count brief
252
Unknown Backward Annemann-Christ Alignment
253
Edward Marlo Scoop-Up Addition
258
John Luka Airborne Again deck to pocket climax
Inspired byVariations 261
Edward Marlo Ungaffed Ultra Mental memorized deck, edge marks
265
Mel Brown Syner-Aces aces are lost, found, lost, found
268
Bob Stencel, Terry LaGerould Age of Reason 4&4, based on Roy Walton's "Oil and Queens"
274
David Bendix Dave Bendix Variation 4&4, of Roy Walton's "Oil and Queens"
276
Jon Racherbaumer Aftermath
277