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The Origins of Wonder

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 Ed Marlo first described and discussed this technique in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​14842/​M+U+M/​280|M-U-M]]//,​ Vol. 49 No. 7, Dec. 1959, p. 280. Bob Veeser described his sleight using a step or sidejog. Marlo followed up by changing the step into a thumb break. Marlo then mentioned that Veeser developed the break handling as well, which he described in a second letter sent a few days after his first. Ed Marlo first described and discussed this technique in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​14842/​M+U+M/​280|M-U-M]]//,​ Vol. 49 No. 7, Dec. 1959, p. 280. Bob Veeser described his sleight using a step or sidejog. Marlo followed up by changing the step into a thumb break. Marlo then mentioned that Veeser developed the break handling as well, which he described in a second letter sent a few days after his first.
  
-See also [[cards:​erdnase_break_applied_to_the_veeser_concept|Erdnase Break Applied to the Veeser Concept]].+See also [[vernase_break_applied_to_the_veeser_concept|Erdnase Break Applied to the Veeser Concept]].
  
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