Vernon's Aces is a card plot in which the four aces are lost into the deck with unquestionable fairness, and the deck is shuffled. Subsequently all aces are found on the top, or alternatively produced from various parts of the deck.
Note: Vernon's Aces as a distinct card trick is only partially about the plot, and mostly about the basic idea of how the aces are controlled.
- Harry Lorayne 1962, Close-Up Card Magic: Vernon's Aces by Dai Vernon.
- Stephen Minch 1975, Ever So Sleightly: Vernash Aces by Martin Nash.
- Harry Lorayne 1975, Afterthoughts: Combination Aces by Darwin Ortiz.
- Roger Crosthwaite 1994, Roger's Thesaurus: Free Count Aces.
- Darwin Ortiz 2002, Scams and Fantasies with Cards: Combination Cull.