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[[Cheek to Cheek]] is a [[Mechanical Deck]] for performing the effect [[Triumph]] marketed by [[U. F. Grant]] in 1948.
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[[Cheek to Cheek]] is a [[Mechanical Deck]] for performing the effect [[Triumph]] marketed by [[U. F. Grant]] in [[1948]].
 
   
 
   
 
It has also been marketed under the name of the '''Triumph Deck'''.
 
It has also been marketed under the name of the '''Triumph Deck'''.

Latest revision as of 11:39, 9 February 2013

Cheek to Cheek is a Mechanical Deck for performing the effect Triumph marketed by U. F. Grant in 1948.

It has also been marketed under the name of the Triumph Deck.

History

The effect is an uncredited variation of DeLand's 1914 routine "Inverto." U.F. Grant was following the footsteps of many others in stealing DeLand's effect. While Arthur Finley is usually given credit for the concept, this is not true.

Variations

  • Roughed Stripper Deck by Ed Marlo in The Gen, Vol. 15, no. 3, July 1959 or Rough-and-Ready Triumph in Arch Triumphs 2.0 by Jon Racherbaumer (2003)
  • C.H.I.P. (Computer Hacker In Progress)