Gordon Turnover

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'''Gordon Turnover''' is a technique for a [[Double Lift]], credited to [[Stuart Gordon]], which was first published in [[Larry Jennings' The Cardwright]] (1988).<ref>http://www.geniimagazine.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=54168</ref>
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'''Gordon Turnover''' is a technique for a [[Double Lift]], credited to [[Stuart Gordon]], which was first published in [[Larry Jennings' The Cardwright]] in 1988.<ref>http://www.geniimagazine.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=54168</ref>
  
 
[[Wesley James]] states in his book Enchantments that [[Earl Nelson]] recounts in 1974, when he relocated to California, that [[David Roth]] showed him the technique, crediting Stuart Gordon.  
 
[[Wesley James]] states in his book Enchantments that [[Earl Nelson]] recounts in 1974, when he relocated to California, that [[David Roth]] showed him the technique, crediting Stuart Gordon.  
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== Publications ==
 
== Publications ==
 
* Ken Simmons Turnover in Riffling The Pasteboards booklet (1986)
 
* Ken Simmons Turnover in Riffling The Pasteboards booklet (1986)
* [[Larry Jennings' The Cardwright]] by Mike Maxwell on p. 114
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* [[Larry Jennings' The Cardwright]] (1988) by Mike Maxwell on p. 114
 
* [[Cardshark]] by Darwin Ortiz, p. 106
 
* [[Cardshark]] by Darwin Ortiz, p. 106
 
* [[Jennings '67]] by Richard Kaufman describes a variation of the lift on p. 187
 
* [[Jennings '67]] by Richard Kaufman describes a variation of the lift on p. 187

Latest revision as of 17:14, 26 September 2012

Gordon Turnover is a technique for a Double Lift, credited to Stuart Gordon, which was first published in Larry Jennings' The Cardwright in 1988.[1]

Wesley James states in his book Enchantments that Earl Nelson recounts in 1974, when he relocated to California, that David Roth showed him the technique, crediting Stuart Gordon.

Ascanio liked that turnover and was known to say he wished he had invented it because it can follow the Ascanio Spread so smoothly.

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References

  1. http://www.geniimagazine.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=54168
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