32 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Gambling / Cards are apparently marked
  
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
U. F. Grant The Marked Deck finding aces in one-way deck, apparently marked
1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 152
Unknown Dishonesty at its Apogee naming cards during the deal from time to time
1940 Expert Card Technique 151
Unknown Reading the Cards of Any Deck actually touch presentation
1940 Expert Card Technique 228
Edward Marlo Super Reading apparently magician can read marks extremely fast, punch deal
1947 Marlo In Spades 24
James G. Thompson Jr., Ned Rutledge Las Vegas Eyes cards apparently marked, several times a card is selected and divined, eventually a card is put face up in the deck and cards named above and below, marking is seen with sunglasses
1967 Between Two Minds 12
Bruce Cervon Readers performer locates card while wearing suspicious glasses, when spectator wears glasses he sees the marks, but all card are marked with same value
Related to
  • p. 108 for forcing deck idea by Lu Brent
Also published here
June 1967 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 8) 106
Brian Jordan In One Second Flat gag sequence in which spectator is apparently taught how to read marks and he thinks he follows that aces have been removed and put in case
Related to July 1970 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 9) 350
Val Andrews If at first You Don't succeed---Cheat! No. 34, gag lecture on marking cards and card sharping
1970 (ca.) The Idiot at the Card Table 13
Howard Flint Marked Cards packed trick
Related to 1972 Card Cavalcade 64
U. F. Grant The Marked Deck
1972 The Living End 107
Eric C. Lewis, Martin Lewis An Idea by Eric and Martin Lewis cards are wrongly and openly marked
1978 7 Secrets 41
Martin A. Nash Slippery Strippers pseudo Stripper Deck demo with normal cards
1979 Sleight Unseen 401
Jack McMillen Shade Work apparently deck is marked, three cards are named without turning over, then mark is shown to be different colored back
1981 Sleights & Swindles 2
Stephen Tucker Hypno spectator stops dealing at his card because he sees a line drawn it, hypnosis presentation
Variations 1981 Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 5) 80
Steve Beam You're Joking deck spread face down, performer removes the two Jokers from face-down spread, message appears on back of Jokers
Inspired by
  • "You're Joking" (Steve Beam, Diary of a Deranged Deck)
1981 Teaching an Old Deck New Tricks 3
Philip T. Goldstein Quadrangle four cards from a shuffled and borrowed deck are divined, when put on performer's palm
1984 Lechter Notes 3
Bruce Cervon Readers cards are apparently marked, but all the same
Also published here 1988 The Cervon File 223
Philip T. Goldstein Spectacle two holes appear in card a climax (image of glasses), red/blue double backer, optional twisting phase
1989 A Phil Goldstein Collection 35
R. Paul Wilson Mark of the Gambler "marked cards" as a presentation, Aces turn over, are lost and come to top again, four Royal Flush cards turn over as well
Also published here 1995 The Little Black Book 13
Karrell Fox See The Marks? comedy presentation for revealing a reversed card
1995 Much Ado About Something 34
R. Paul Wilson Mark of the Gambler "marked cards" as a presentation, Aces turn over, are lost and come to top again, four Royal Flush cards turn over as well
Also published here 1995 Chaos Theories 10
Bob King Color-Changing Deck optional with "Color-Changing Acro Card" (Bob King)
1996 Five-Star Magic 16
Simon Lovell The Nightmare Deck apparently only spectator with special glasses can see large marks on the back
1997 Simon Says! 228
Karl Fulves Stop At Red "Unsolved Mysteries"
stop trick presentation, posed as a problem
Inspired by 1998 The Fine Print (Issue 7) 177
Alex Elmsley Oyster Shells spectator wears glasses and apparently can now sees marked cards which are red-backed, then the change into blue backed cards, sucker moment
1998 Come A Little Closer 58
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note on reading cards in a shuffled deck, J. H. Green's shiner method, fiberoptics tube from breast pocket to behind back
1999 Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 115
Philip T. Goldstein Quadrangle four cards from a shuffled and borrowed deck are divined, when put on performer's palm
1999 Baltimore Notes 5
David Regal Distant Transfer
2002 Constant Fooling 1 29
Harry Lorayne Double Angle deck spread face down, two cards named and drawn out, two steps in spread
2011 Special Effects 154
Geno Munari Reading a card from the back
2016 Facsimile (Issue 5) 28
Jason Ladanye Cheaters Aces are apparently marked, special glasses presentation, Aces stacked and during deal change back color, then change back, red/blue double backers, faros
2018 Game Changer 223
Steve Forte These Cards Are Marked! high-low separation, using one-way
2020 Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 2 1027