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* Racherbaumer's book [[Card Finesse]] (1982) has a no clutching or odd-looking right hand grip version called ''No-Clutch Bottom Placement''.
 
* Racherbaumer's book [[Card Finesse]] (1982) has a no clutching or odd-looking right hand grip version called ''No-Clutch Bottom Placement''.
* [[Ron Bauer]] discussed his handling of the move in [[Genii 1982 December]], Vol. 46, No. 12. (Santa on the cover.) It was in [[Charlie Miller]]'s Magicana Column.
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* [[Ron Bauer]] discussed his handling of the move in [[Genii 1982 December]], Vol. 46, No. 12. (Santa on the cover.) It was in [[Charlie Miller]]'s [[Magicana New Series|Magicana]] Column.
 
* Paul Harris describes a variation of the move in [[Art of Astonishment]] (1996) within an effect called ''Face-Lift'' by [[Allan Ackerman]].
 
* Paul Harris describes a variation of the move in [[Art of Astonishment]] (1996) within an effect called ''Face-Lift'' by [[Allan Ackerman]].
 
* [[Gene Maze]] has a variation of the move in [[Apocalypse]], Vol. 20, No. 12 December 1997, on page 2878. (The Final Issue!)
 
* [[Gene Maze]] has a variation of the move in [[Apocalypse]], Vol. 20, No. 12 December 1997, on page 2878. (The Final Issue!)

Revision as of 03:33, 27 December 2014

The Ovette Master Move is a card sleight developed by (or attributed to) Joseph Ovette around 1927 to secretly place a chosen card on the bottom of the deck. It later reinvented as Kelly Bottom Placement.

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Variations

  • Racherbaumer's book Card Finesse (1982) has a no clutching or odd-looking right hand grip version called No-Clutch Bottom Placement.
  • Ron Bauer discussed his handling of the move in Genii 1982 December, Vol. 46, No. 12. (Santa on the cover.) It was in Charlie Miller's Magicana Column.
  • Paul Harris describes a variation of the move in Art of Astonishment (1996) within an effect called Face-Lift by Allan Ackerman.
  • Gene Maze has a variation of the move in Apocalypse, Vol. 20, No. 12 December 1997, on page 2878. (The Final Issue!)
  • In MAGIC, Vol. 9, No. 3, november 2000, page 87, there's a palm based on the Kelly Move, called the Kelly Kop by Seth Kramer.

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