48 entries in Cards / Sleights / Controls / Multiple Card Controls / Cut Controls
  
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Audley Walsh Two Card Control bridged deck
1935 Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 109
Unknown Multiple Card Control simple
1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 92
Unknown The Stripper Cut controlling reversed cards to top in stripper deck
1941 The Stripper Deck 12
Edward Marlo One Hand Control Aces are lost with charlier cuts and found using one hand only, two crimps
VariationsAlso published here 1945 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 78) 318
Bill Simon Simon-Ease simple cut control
Also published here 1948 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 159) 639
Edward Marlo Cut Control sequences to control peeked at cards with in the hands cuts
A. Cut Control to the Top
B. Bottom or Top Cut Control
C. Double Peek Cut Control to Top
D. Double Peek Cut Control to Bottom
E. Alternate Cut Control
F. Triple Peek Cut Control
G. Triple Peek Cut Control No. 2
1952 Control Systems 48
Edward Marlo Marlo's Step Control multiple cuts to table sequences to control peeked-at cards
A. To Control One Or More Cards To The Top
B. To Control One Or More Cards To Bottom
C. Double Peek Control - Top and Bottom
D. Double Peek to Bottom
E. Double Peek To Top
F. Triple Peek to Bottom
G. Triple Peek To The Top
1952 Control Systems 12
Edward Marlo One Hand Control Aces are lost with charlier cuts and found using one hand only, two crimps
Also published here 1953 The Cardician 6
Bill Simon Simon-Ease simple cut control
Also published here 1956 The Best in Magic 142
Roger Smith The FFF Card Control #8 (Three Breaks) two to top, one to bottom
1970 The FFF Control System 22
Edward Marlo Drop Control Procedure two or three cards, running cuts on table
1970 Advanced Fingertip Control 30
Edward Marlo Two Card Control two methods of Jog Control, in-the-hands
1970 Advanced Fingertip Control 57
Roger Smith The FFF Card Control #6 (Two Breaks) starting with center swivel cut, to top and bottom
1970 The FFF Control System 21
Roger Smith The FFF Card Control #7 (Two Breaks) starting with center swivel cut, both to top
1970 The FFF Control System 22
Jerry K. Hartman A-D Multiple Control Versatile control to control multiple selections to top, bottom or designated positions from top/bottom, gives various applications for the control
1973 Means & Ends 6
Paul Swinford Duo Control two card control
Variations 1975 Card Cavalcade 3 111
Trevor Lewis A Mixed Bag various card and coin idaes
  • partial stack and zarrow shuffle
  • double Riffle Control
  • Middle Deal (false)
  • Palm Conscious (gag)
  • Transpo Plus (coin transposition)
  • Ladies In Waiting (four queens reverse in the deck)
1976 Pabular (Vol. 2 No. 5) 205
Mark Weston Bluff Card Shift
1977 Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 7&8) 379
Martin A. Nash The Move-That's-Not-A-Move Move as a two card control, see p. 446 for additional crediting
1977 Any Second Now 172
Ross Bertram Three Card Control Sequence
1978 Magic and Methods of Ross Bertram 143
Al Smith The SMITH Shift to the top, with jogged card
Inspired by Sep. 1979 The Talon (Issue 5) 54
Edward Marlo Simple Shift
1980 French Pasteboards 37
Jon Racherbaumer Running Cut Control using swing cuts
1982 Card Finesse 137
Edward Marlo The Roman Pick-up Control
1983 Marlo without Tears 270
Edward Marlo C-S Control to place the cards together at a known position with cuts, originally from Control Systems
1983 Marlo without Tears 273
Gary Ouellet Further Applications 1. The ProControl Multiple Card Control
2. ProControl Variations (Glen Brown)
3. The ProControl Force
4. The New Break Method
5. The Flourish Drop Cut
1986 ProControl 46
Edward Marlo Control of 3 Cards
1986 Thirty Five Years Later 34
Roger Klause Multiple Control basically forcing the same spot again and again
1988 Darwin Ortiz at the Card Table 90
Paul Swinford Duo Control Variant two card control
Inspired by 1993 Card File 128
Peter Duffie An Effortless Card Control Can be done as multiple control
Inspired by 1997 Effortless Card Magic 14
Norman Houghton Bluff Multiple Shift riffle forcing consecutive cards
Related toAlso published here
  • Abracadabra, No. 1050, also Wit & Wizardry, p. 14
1998 Card College — Volume 3 668
Guy Hollingworth Methods of controlling & palming. Two bluff shift ("riffle force"), three handlings
1999 Drawing Room Deceptions 138
Jerry Mentzer Three Card Control and Revelation crimped key
Variations 2000 Card File Two 168
Eric Mead Four-Card Control using crimp
Also published here 2003 Collexion 22
Luis H. Trueba El Corte Escalera tabled cut to form a jog, two control four Aces in two positions of the deck
2003 Magia y Dramagia 57
Unknown Simple Control Double Undercut Control
2004 After The Force 36
Ron Frost Frosty's Open Cut Control
2004 After The Force 38
Eric Mead Four-Card Control using crimp
Inspired byAlso published here 2006 Tangled Web 72
Chad Nelson Peep Control card peeked at and then cut into center, spectator pushes it in
Inspired by 2010 Strolling Controls 5
Norman Houghton Bluff Multiple Shift riffle forcing consecutive cards
2011 Card Tricks for the Untrustworthy 14
Harry Lorayne Royal Impossibility Royal Flush cards lost and found again, losing by cutting them into the deck with crimp and cuts
Related to
  • "Cyclic Aces" (David Britland, April 2011 Genii)
2011 Special Effects 171
Darwin Ortiz, David Britland Tabled Control Sequence using crimp, see also p. 150
Inspired by
  • "Vernon's Aces Ride Again" (David Britland, Cardopolis Blog, April 2005, see also Sorcerer Issue 2)
2012 Lessons in Card Mastery 4
Eric Mead Losing the Aces cutting Aces into tabled deck
Also published here 2018 The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 169
Yves Carbonnier Aces Up Aces are apparently cut into the deck, end up on top
2018 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 11 69
Steve Beam The Quality Control The Bicycle Cut as a control
2018 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 11 233
Justin Higham Illogical Four Ace Control Variant four Aces lost by assembling four tabled packets and the Aces, they end up on top, bluff
Inspired by
  • "Illogical Ace-Control" (Justin Higham, Non-Automatic Card Tricks, 2012)
2019 The Neat Review (Issue 1 - London 2019) 52
Tom Gagnon Razzle Dazzle Aces Ace control sequence using One-Handed Gambler's False Cut
2019 Gagnon Unfiltered 388
Justin Higham, Richard Vollmer, Christian Gambin Impressionistic Ace Controls four Aces cut into deck one by one, end up together on top
  • Method One (Vollmer & Marlo, tabled, two crimps)
  • Method Two (Higham, tabled, two crimps)
  • Method Three (Gambin, tabled, two crimps)
  • Method Four to Eleven (Higham, some tabled, some with hands & tabled, one, two or no crimps, some with overhand shuffles)
Inspired byRelated to
  • "Vernon's Aces Ride Again" (David Britland, Cardopolis Blog, April 2005)
2019 The Neat Review (Issue 1 - London 2019) 40