Marlo Miracle Deck

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Marlo Miracle Deck was a Mechanical Deck created and marketed by Ed Marlo in 1951.

It came with twelve different routines and employed a number of principles enabling varied effects, some of which were:

  • ANTICIPATION: In which you reverse the spectator's card without knowing what it is.
  • CALL A NUMBER: In which the selected card appears face-up at the number called by a spectator.
  • RIBBON SPREAD: In which a peeked at card is found face up in the ribbon spread deck.
  • DENUDING THE DECK: In which face disappears, backs remain, then backs disappear and faces return, appearing on both.
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