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'Mexican Joe' refers to a specially crimped card or deck, one that is crimped at diagonal corners in opposite directions.
The first person to publish anything on this crimp was Victor Farelli when he published Farelli's Card Magic. Several years passed before another mention is made. This time it was explained in Dai Vernon's More Inner Secrets of Card Magic. Racherbaumer collects a number of routines and ideas with this crimp. In so doing he weaves his way through some interesting nooks and crannies of card magic history.
- The Double Crimp
- Mexican Joe's Crimp: Dai Vernon
- Applying The Work
- Marlo Dead Cuts Aces Ala Scarne
- Marlo On Mexican Joe: Putting In The Work
- Age Old Card Control: Edward Marlo
- Mexican Miracle: Edward Marlo
- Double Miracle
- Multiple Find
- Triple Location
- Mexican Detective
- Mexican With A Memory
- Mexican Joe's Dream
- Sneaking In Mexican Joe
1st edition 2021, PDF 30 pages.
word count: 7570 which is equivalent to 30 standard pages of text