ten hand stacks - the first manuscript \n - ten hand stack (as per "advanced fingertip control")
- 2nd method: 10 hands in 3 shuffles
- 3rd method: 10 hand stack - 2 riffle shuffles
- 4th method - 10 hands in one shuffle (three procedures)
- fifth method - one riffle shuffle
- sixth method - 10 hands, to dealer, in 2 shuffles
- seventh method - 10 hands, to dealer, 2 shuffles
- eighth method - 10 hands, one shuffle, to dealer
- a favorite procedure
- the twelve hand stack
- ninth method - 10 hands, 3 riffle shuffles \n edward marlo
1974
the ten hand poker stack Edward Marlo

Ten Hand Stacks - The First Manuscript

Ten Hand Stack (as per "Advanced Fingertip Control")

2nd method: 10 Hands in 3 Shuffles

3rd Method: 10 hand Stack - 2 Riffle Shuffles

4th Method - 10 Hands in One Shuffle (three procedures)

ten hand stacks - the second manuscript \n - three shuffles
- three shuffles
- to tenth hand, by david solomon (with suggestions by marlo)
- three riffle shuffles
- two riffle shuffles
- two riffle shuffles, into first hand
- ten hands in one riffle
- aces into tenth hand
- two shuffles to stack four aces and four kings \n edward marlo \n david solomon
1974
the ten hand poker stack Edward Marlo, David Solomon

Ten Hand Stacks - The Second Manuscript

Three Shuffles

Three Shuffles

to Tenth Hand, by David Solomon (with suggestions by Marlo)

bona fide practice method \n estimation and punch deal \n edward marlo \n pseudo ten hand poker stack \n edward marlo
1974
the ten hand poker stack Edward Marlo

ten hand stacks - the third manuscript \n - one riffle shuffle (five methods)
- ten hand stack to 10th hand (one riffle shuffle)
- ten hand stack to 10th hand (or 1st, or any one of 10), 2 riffle shuffles
- eight hand stack, with choice of winning hand
- ten hand stack - cards to go into 10th hand
- ten hand stack to 10th hand
- "i came here to stack the royal flush" \n edward marlo \n impossible poker demonstration \n john f. mendoza
1974
the ten hand poker stack Edward Marlo

Ten Hand Stacks - The Third Manuscript

One Riffle Shuffle (Five methods)

Ten Hand Stack to 10th Hand (one Riffle Shuffle)

Ten Hand Stack to 10th Hand (or 1st, or any one of 10), 2 Riffle Shuffles

impossible poker demonstration \n aces cut to in named order, shuffled back and cut to again (estimation aces), roll-over production with royal flushes, ten handed deal first with aces, then two royal flushes (marlo-gardner principle), optional color changing deck kicker \n john f. mendoza \n marlo miracle aces \n edward marlo \n roll-over aces \n derek dingle \n ten hand stacks - the third manuscript \n edward marlo \n aces for experts only \n martin a. nash \n master poker demonstration \n derek dingle
1978
the book of john John F. Mendoza

Impossible Poker Demonstration

aces cut to in named order, shuffled back and cut to again (Estimation Aces), roll-over production with Royal Flushes, ten handed deal first with aces, then two royal flushes (Marlo-Gardner principle), optional color changing deck kicker

the zero second stack \n aces put on top of deck, spectator says "go" and performer immediately "stop", aces dealt to five players, stacking during display sequence \n edward marlo \n fast stack \n martin a. nash
1983
powerful magic Edward Marlo

The Zero Second Stack

Aces put on top of deck, spectator says "go" and performer immediately "stop", Aces dealt to five players, stacking during display sequence

pseudo ten hand poker stack \n estimation one riffle shuffle stack with second deal and injogged cards \n edward marlo \n bona fide practice method \n edward marlo
1984
marlo's magazine volume 5 Edward Marlo

Pseudo Ten Hand Poker Stack

estimation one riffle shuffle stack with second deal and injogged cards

the ten hand poker stack \n one shuffle, false dealing included \n steve draun \n ten hands toot sweet \n steve draun
1987
the magic of steve draun Steve Draun

ten hands toot sweet \n one shuffle, false dealing included \n steve draun \n the ten hand poker stack \n steve draun
1993
secrets draun from underground Steve Draun

you name it, i'll flush it \n suit named, corresponding royal flush stacked for ten-handed game, originally from precursor (oct. 2003) \n gary plants \n tony giorgio routine from magicana/genii
2004
lecture notes - the second super session Gary Plants

You Name It, I'll Flush It

suit named, corresponding royal flush stacked for ten-handed game, originally from Precursor (Oct. 2003)

the ten-hand deal \n five piles, spectator assigns numbers from five to nine to them and deals that many cards to the bottom in each case, put together, ten-hand double duke \n karl fulves
2006
prolix Karl Fulves

The Ten-Hand Deal

five piles, spectator assigns numbers from five to nine to them and deals that many cards to the bottom in each case, put together, ten-hand double duke

casino connection \n five piles, spectator assigns numbers from five to nine to them via a lucky straight from a casino deck and deals that many cards to the bottom in each case, put together, ten-hand double duke \n karl fulves
2006
prolix Karl Fulves

Casino Connection

five piles, spectator assigns numbers from five to nine to them via a lucky straight from a casino deck and deals that many cards to the bottom in each case, put together, ten-hand double duke

nine or ten hands \n nines stacked for nine players, then aces dealt in ten-hand stack with straight flush for performer \n don may \n david solomon
2007
the wisdom of solomon Don May, David Solomon

Nine or Ten Hands

Nines stacked for nine players, then Aces dealt in ten-hand stack with straight flush for performer