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Language: English. Toggle navigation Conjuring Archive. Riffle Shuffle Systems. Language: English 58 entries. To Retain the Bottom Stock S. D ata entered by Denis Behr. Inspired by IV. Erdnase , Closed Shuffle. The Open Shuffle.
The Strip Out Shuffle. The Strip Out and Double Cut. Block Strip Out with Upper Cut. Delayed Strip Out Shuffle. Block Strip Out with Triple Cut. Impromptu Power. Top Block Control. Stacking the Last Card. Block Transfer. The Block Slip Cut No. Block Slip Cut No. The Block Center Cut. Top Block Shuffle and Straight Cut. To Get Cards to the Bottom. To Bring Bottom Cards to the Top. To Keep the Bottom Stock. No Breaks. The Four Ace Cull.
Combination Cull and Stack. The Crimp Cull. Putting in the Work. Marlo's Roman Shuffle. Also published here Roman Shuffle Edward Marlo , Strip Out After Spectator's Shuffle.
Fake Push Thru Shuffle. New Push Thru Shuffle. If I Were a Card Cheat. Standard Type Riffle Shuffle Stack. One Side Riffle Stack. One Riffle Three Card Stack. Four with One Shuffle. Combination Stacks - Four Card Combination. Fast Three Card Stack. Two and Two Combination. Combination Stack with Bottom Deal. Stacking Three Sets. The Four Play Hands. Four Play Combination. Faro Plus Seconds - Stud. Key Card System. Cutting Aces to Top of Four Packets. Right and Left Block Transfer. Rearranging Aces to Five Order.
The Block Transfer Applied. Zarrow False Shuffle.
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Riffle Shuffle Systems
He was one of the most notable names in card magic with groundbreaking publications and a staggering amount of new moves and innovations. To underscore his prolific output and creativity another legend of card magic, the Spaniard Arthuro Ascanio coined the phrase: "When in doubt then for Marlo" - meaning if you don't know who invented a certain concept or move the creator was most likely Marlo. Marlo himself coined the term cardician, a term which has since been used for magicians who only perform card magic. His first publication in , Pasteboard Presto , was an unheralded thunderbolt which merely hinted at the bulk of work which was to follow. The many sleights he created have changed the face of card magic.