The Marlo Tilt and KM Move are both great moves to know when performing an ACR, and just when performing in general. I learned both of them from Front Row Sankey, but neither were used for an ACR. By the way, if you don't have Front Row Sankey, I suggest getting it... it's a great DVD.
The Marlo Tilt allows you to show their card, clearly place it in the middle, give a little snap, and have their card jump to the top. It's nothing like a Pass, if that's what you're thinking. This move is great for when you're caught with a DL in an ACR, because you can actually allow them to see/examine the card before you clearly place it in the middle. It completely blows a DL away, IMO, and I use it in my ACR more than I do a DL... well, almost.
The Kardilo-Marlo (KM Move) is also great when you are caught with a DL. If you flash the bottom card (which you shouldn't), you simply take the single card off the deck and hand it to the spectator to look at it. This will eliminate all suspicion of using DLs.
Good luck on learning these, they are great moves, and can assist you if you mess up during an ACR.
Thanks alot Adjones!
I will surely try to add Front Row Sankey to my next order from Penguin. (I just got one though