118 entries in Cards / Sleights / False Dealing / Bottom Deal / Push Out
  
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S. W. Erdnase Bottom Dealing featuring the Erdnase Grip
Related toVariationsAlso published here The Expert at the Card Table 52
S. W. Erdnase Top and Bottom Dealing with One Hand using the Erdnase Bottom Deal, also mention of Stud Bottom Deal
Related to The Expert at the Card Table 56
S. W. Erdnase Dealing Without the Cut dealing from half pack to avoid shift and simplify bottom deal
Related to The Expert at the Card Table 109
Graham Adams The Bottom Deal photo illustrations
Related to Mr. S. W. Erdnase — "His Book" 53
Theodore Annemann Bottom Deal Stop Trick small packet after spectator stops
The Jinx 51-100 (Issue Winter Extra 1938/39) 368
S. W. Erdnase Erdnase Bottom Deal
Expert Card Technique 29
Unknown Dealing Bottoms end grip take
Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 2 193
Neal Elias Turnover Switch card turned over on deck with cards in right hand
Related to At the Table Tricks 5
Paul LePaul The Bottom-Deal (Simplified Method)
Related toVariations The Card Magic of Le Paul 90
Edward Marlo The Bottom Bold Steal suitable for stop trick
Side Steal 12
Edward Marlo New Push Out Bottom Deal Unit Movement
Seconds, Centers, Bottoms 9
Edward Marlo The Havana Deal or "The Myth of Manuel Pedro" commentary on the Havana Stud Bottom Deal, no technical description
Seconds, Centers, Bottoms 20
Edward Marlo The New Bottom Stud
Also published here Seconds, Centers, Bottoms 21
Edward Marlo Spread Bottom Deal as two cards are dropped from in-the-hands-spread on the table
Hierophant (Issue 5-6) 269
Theodore Annemann Spectator Deals and Stops spectator deals into performer's hand and stops, small packet bottom deal
The Living End 50
Murray Bonfeld Bonfeld Bottom Deal
Epilogue (Issue 19) 181
Edward Marlo The First Application - To the Bottom Deal
The Unexpected Card Book 244
Edward Marlo Stud Bottom Deal
The Unexpected Card Book 244
Unknown Gambler's Bottom Deal stud bottom deal
Epilogue (Issue Special No 3 (Part 1)) 258
Larry Jennings The Jennings Deal stud bottom deal
Epilogue (Issue Special No 3 (Part 1)) 259
Ken Krenzel Slow Motion Bottom Deal edge-deal
The Card Classics of Ken Krenzel 231
Frederick Braue The Bottom Deal buckling and relaxing fingers
Fred Braue on False Deals 3
Edward Marlo Inner Corner Take taking method for right hand
Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 60
Edward Marlo Center Side Take position for right hand take
Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 61
Edward Marlo Bottom Deal Count (First Finger Take)
Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 61
Edward Marlo Marlo's Instant Botton Deal
The Talon (Issue 5) 63
Edward Marlo Marlo's Havana Deals stud bottom deal, six methods
Also published here Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 192
Edward Marlo Bottom Deal Add adding on tabled packet
Card Finesse 86
Edward Marlo The Marnase Bottom Deal
Inspired by Marlo without Tears 16
Unknown Greek Bottom Deal misnomer, brief
Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 6 No. 2) 736
Edward Marlo Wrist Turn Bottom Deal described from small packet
Marlo's Plus Package 38
Unknown Prepared Bottom Deal card already jogged
Hardcore Aces 6
Edward Marlo Unit Movement for Erdnase Bottom Deal
Related to Marlo without Tears 21
Paul Cummins Plausible Possibility TNT Bottom Deal Handling
Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 7 No. 9) 964
Unknown The Bottom Deal brief
The Art of Mentalism 42
Ben Harris I Didn't Know You Used Marked Cards spread bottom deal, deck spread between the hands and "random" card tossed out
Midnight Special 12
Larry Jennings T.N.T. Bottom Deal Take and Turn
Related to The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings 141
Larry Jennings T.N.T. Bottom Deal Take and Turn
Neoclassics 4
Larry Jennings T.N.T. Bottom Deal
Lecture Notes Collection (Issue Conjuring con Carney) 9
Larry Jennings TNT Bottom Deal
CardPerfect 71
Larry Jennings Stud Bottom Deal
Darwin Ortiz at the Card Table 24
Larry Jennings Stud Bottom Deal
The Cardwright 143
Dai Vernon Bottom Deal Spread Force like Bottom Deal Exchange
The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 2 153
Edward Marlo The Cigar Bottom Deal cigar or pen held between right first and second finger, third finger take
Related toAlso published here
  • The New Tops, Dec. 1967
M.I.N.T. — Volume I 332
Edward Marlo Full Grip Deal all fingers of left hand on right side
M.I.N.T. — Volume I 336
Edward Marlo The Pseudo Method looks like full grip deal, but it's not
Variations M.I.N.T. — Volume I 339
Edward Marlo Covered Bottom Deal as small packet is counted
Randy Wakeman Presents 70
Bruce Cervon Small Packet Bottom Deal
Ultra Cervon 27
Edward Marlo Revised Marnese Bottom Deal
That's It 10
Wesley James The Back-Right Bottom Deal "BRBD"
Inspired byRelated to Pasteboard Perpensions 19
Wesley James Back-Right Bottom Deal Count "BRBDC"
Pasteboard Perpensions 19
Hippie Torrales The Torrales Bottom Deal
  • The Corner Control Grip
  • The Squeeze/Pivot (a loosening technique)
  • The Take
  • The Rhythm
Pasteboard Perpensions 23
Larry Jennings T.N.T. Bottom Deal
Carneycopia 197
Jack Carpenter Notes on the Stud Bottom Deal extension of Erdnase's technique
Inspired by Modus Operandi 137
Steve Draun The Combination Bottom Deal part strike, part pushoff
Secrets Draun from Underground 61
Karl Fulves Side Jogged Aces four packets shuffled by spectator, Ace on bottom of each, featuring bottom deal as transfer to another packet
Related to Card File 233
S. W. Erdnase Bottom Dealing abbreviated description
Also published here Card File 235
Alex Elmsley, Edward Marlo Bottom Deal Switch of single card
The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 2 212
Jack Avis The Bottom Deal comments on the Erdnase Bottom Deal
Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 187
Joseph K. Schmidt JKSubway Deal
Inspired by New Card Control Systems 87
Karl Fulves Bottom Fact using Erdnase Bottom Deal as get-ready for strike bottom
Inspired byRelated to Underworld (Issue 1) 12
Edward Marlo Bottom Deal Exchange as card is removed from in-the-hands spread
Related toVariationsAlso published here
  • The New Tops, Nov. 1974
M.I.N.T. — Volume II 190
Edward Marlo Soft Havana Deal stud bottom deal, illustrated with photos of Marlo's hands
The Looking Glass (Issue 3) 111
Tommy Wonder Small Packet Bottom Deal as a switch
Also published here The Books of Wonder — Volume 1 191
Michael Close The Bottom Deal
Workers Number 5 61
Tony Giorgio The Bottom Deal
  • The Grip
  • Positioning the Bottom Card
  • The Deal
  • Dealing to Yourself
  • Dealing Stud
The Bottom Deal 2
Unknown Bottom Deal Load to under jumbo card
Flight Four 2
Edward Marlo Bottom Deal brief, small packet
Solomon's Mind 164
Edward Marlo Covered Bottom Deal brief
Solomon's Mind 200
Simon Lovell The Bottom Deal
Related to Simon Says! 181
Unknown Bottom Deal Spread Force with odd-backed card
The Inslow Effect 8
Dai Vernon Bottom Deal Spread Force like Bottom Deal Exchange
Five Times Five — Scotland 94
Guy Hollingworth Regarding false dealing. The bottom deal with one-handed version
Drawing Room Deceptions 159
Unknown The Bottom Deal only little push-out
Card College - Volume 4 940
Bob Taylor Bottom Deal take at inner right corner, buckle loosening
Gambling Notes 19
Neal Elias Stud Bottom Deal buckle loosening, two different takes
Gambling Notes 21
Larry Jennings Stud Bottom Deal
Scams & Fantasies with Cards 62
Larry Jennings Jennings' TNT Bottom Deal
The Book of Secrets 229
Unknown Covered Bottom Deal under spread
Constant Fooling 2 12
Larry Jennings T.N.T. Bottom Deal take and turn
Card College - Volume 5 1280
Wesley James Bottom Dealing - A Developmental Perspective
  • Appearance Factors:
  • Grip (Full Grip, Mechanic's Grip, S.F. Grip, Erdnase Grip, Straddle Grip, Master Grip, Modified Erdnase Grip, Pseudo Grip, No Grip)
  • Take (Standard Take, Stud Take, No Take)
  • Technique Factors:
  • Covert:
  • Method (Buckle, Push-Pull, Pre-Loosen, Strike or Rip)
  • Overt: Action, Cover

All with references
Enchantments 195
Wesley James Back Right Bottom Deal Handling brief, "take and turn"
Related to Enchantments 225
Unknown Bottom Deal
Erik Nordvall Lecture Notes Asia 2006 2
Edward Marlo Loosening Technique during previous deals, brief
The Wisdom of Solomon 143
Edward Marlo New Bottom Stud
Also published here Marlo on Erdnase 97
Edward Marlo Havana Deals stud bottom deal, six methods
Also published here Marlo on Erdnase 98
Jason England The Erdnase Grip comments on the Erdnase Deal
  • Left Hand Issues
  • The Right Hand Take
Related to From the Cellar 3
Jason England Modified Erdnase (#1) comments
From the Cellar 7
Jason England Mechanic's Grip with loosening
From the Cellar 11
Jason England Other Grips
  • Straddle Grip
  • Full Grip
  • The Master Grip
From the Cellar 15
Jason England Stud Bottoms
From the Cellar 17
Tom Gagnon Ricochet Bottom Deal top card apparently taken in End Grip and put on table, actually Outward Bottom Deal performed, here as cut force
Variations Avant-Cards 173
Tom Gagnon Covered Ricochet Bottom Deal original bottom card added to bottom of cut-off packet via Outward Bottom Deal
Variations Avant-Cards 175
Tom Gagnon Han Ping Chien BD
Inspired by Avant-Cards 177
Tom Gagnon Covered HPC Bottom Deal
Inspired by Avant-Cards 179
Tom Gagnon Wheeler Dealer outward bottom deal handling in which card is spun face up with right hand
Avant-Cards 183
Allan Ackerman The Burnable Bottom Deal more a transfer to top, covered side steal
The Cardjurer 29
Larry Jennings, Benjamin Earl The Quick Check Bottom Deal
Inspired by Less is More 2 9
Jack Carpenter Bottom Deal Transfer as packet is turned over onto another packet in dealing position
The Expert's Portfolio No. 2 66
Tommy Wonder Small Packet Bottom Deal
Also published here The Doors of Deception 182
Charlie Miller Stud Bottom Deal
The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 45
Denis Behr On the Bottom Deal with two methods to get into position
Inspired by Handcrafted Card Magic — Volume 3 45
Larry Jennings TNT Bottom Deal
Elixir (Vol. 2 No. 1 (Summer #2)) 86
Edward Marlo The Bottom-Deal Exchange also for forcing an odd-backed card
Card Theater 28
Shane Cobalt Bottom Dealing with comments
  • Notes on "The Grip"
Related to The Acorn Notes 44
Steve Forte The Bottom Deal
  • technical observations
    • second-deal similarities
    • strike and pushoff bottoms
    • grip
    • finger movement
    • squeeze
    • no-squeeze
    • straight-finger squeeze
    • the take
    • top-card movement
    • deck's plane
    • pitch timing
    • rhythm
    • bottom-deal nuances
  • Traits of the Best Bottom Dealers
    • Grip
    • Technique
    • Optimal Pace and Rhythm
    • Personal Dealing Style
Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 1 437
Steve Forte Squeeze Bottom (corner grip)
Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 1 444
Steve Forte Early Squeeze get-ready during previous top deals
Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 1 449
Steve Forte Incremental Squeeze get-ready during previous top deals
Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 1 449
Steve Forte Back Take inner end take
Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 1 450
Steve Forte Stud Bottoms - max-cover (natural grip) end grip take
Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 1 450
Steve Forte end-for-end stud
Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 1 452
Steve Forte scissors bottom take with first and second finger
Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 1 452
Steve Forte Get-Ready Bottoms jogging a block at bottom
Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 1 453
Steve Forte cocking the gun for a single bottom
Related to Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 1 453
Steve Forte last-card bottom dealing the last card in a round differently
Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 1 454
Steve Forte hit-card bottoms one- or two-handed
Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 1 459
Unknown Forward Pushoff by hustler FOF, unusual front push-off
Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 1 465