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 Ed Marlo claims that the basis of the non-gaffed Cannibal Card vanishes owe much to Jack Vosburgh'​s marketed trick, "​Aces,"​ 1950. See Marlo'​s "​Vanishing Aces" in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​24812/​New+Tops/​64|New Tops]]//, Vol. 4 No. 2, Feb. 1964, p. 16 (Marlo dated his trick back to May 1953). Vosburgh used a double-backed card, whereas Marlo'​s handling used two face-to-face cards as an impromptu version of the gaff. Vosburgh'​s trick predates "The Apex Ace: Ose's Addition"​ from Harry Lorayne'​s //Close-up Card Magic//, 1962, p. 91. Ed Marlo claims that the basis of the non-gaffed Cannibal Card vanishes owe much to Jack Vosburgh'​s marketed trick, "​Aces,"​ 1950. See Marlo'​s "​Vanishing Aces" in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​24812/​New+Tops/​64|New Tops]]//, Vol. 4 No. 2, Feb. 1964, p. 16 (Marlo dated his trick back to May 1953). Vosburgh used a double-backed card, whereas Marlo'​s handling used two face-to-face cards as an impromptu version of the gaff. Vosburgh'​s trick predates "The Apex Ace: Ose's Addition"​ from Harry Lorayne'​s //Close-up Card Magic//, 1962, p. 91.
  
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