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The basic plot of the "Chamele Aces" was developed in the late 40s by Edward Marlo, who shared ideas about this motif with Neal Elias in 1949. Elias wrote notes regarding the methods they explored, which he and Marlo then filed away. Neither published the "work;" however, Marlo performed an impromptu version at a Pittsburgh magic convention in 1955. Earlier the same year, Roy Walton published his version of "Chamele Aces" in The Gen (February-1955: Volume 10 - Number 10).
The basic Chamele Aces plot is four red-back and four blue-back Aces transpose one at a time.
1st edition 2008; 80 pages.
Table of Contents
word count: 23488 which is equivalent to 93 standard pages of text
- A World About Problemists
- Encore Chamele Aces (Jon Racherbaumer)
- Chamele Aces Transformed (Gene Castillon)
- Chamele Aces (Roy Walton)
- A Beautiful Illusion (Edward Marlo)
- Impromptu Chamele Aces (Edward Marlo)
- Notes on Chamele Aces (Edward Marlo)
- Underground Transposition (Brother John Hamman)
- Royal Turnabout Transposition (Edward Marlo)
- Super Interchange (Derek Dingle)
- Changing the Interchange (Edward Marlo)