Up the Ladder
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Up the Ladder is a false cut done on the table. The action resembles a series of running cuts. The technique was first published in 1940 as Gamblers' False Cut, without credit to its originator, Charlie Miller.
- Up the Ladder and Down Your Shorts (Charlie Miller and "An Unknown Gambler"): Magic Manuscript, Vol. 3 No. 5 (February-March 1982).
- How to Climb the Ladder: Ron Bauer, Second Finger Top Deal, Ron Bauer Private Studies Series, No. 17 (2004, pp. 24-25).
- Further Up the Ladder: Ron Bauer, Brother Hamman's Final(ly) Aces, Ron Bauer Private Studies Series, No. 21 (2006, pp. 30-35).