Written by Bill Simon
Work of Bill Simon
39 pages (Stapled), published by Louis Tannen
Illustrated with drawings by Ed Mishell
Language: English
22 entries
Cover photograph
Creators Title Comments & References Page AA Categories
Bill Simon Foreword
Dai Vernon Introduction
Bill Simon In General on practicing, entertainment
Bill Simon The Mathemagician two spectators discover the Aces by random dealing, dealing to bottom and then into multiple piles
Related toVariations 8
Bill Simon Eye Doubt It two red Queens face-to-face change to black Twos and back
Bill Simon The Flash Change four indifferent cards change into four Aces, they stick out of deck as a block and are shaken out
Variations 11
Frederick Braue Braue Addition and Switch uncredited
Bill Simon The Cards and Dice - 1. The Transposition Ace to Four of Clubs face-down on table with a die on top of each with one to four to top, dice exchanged and cards follow
Related toVariations 14
Bill Simon 2. The Big Change Ace to Three with three dice on top, they transpose and eventually all change to Threes and back
Variations 16
Bill Simon The Turnabout six or seven packets put together face-up and face-down, they sort themselves the same way
Variations 18
Bill Simon The Impulsive Ladies three queens and three aces transpose when fourth queen is place with queens, half pass method
Half Pass with packet
Bill Simon The Four Packet Shuffle four packets are shuffled into each other face-up/face-down
Related toVariations 21
Bill Simon Two Up two prediction cards removed by performer, spectators insert them next to mates
Single Card Cull
Bill Simon The Vital Prediction
Bill Simon Side-Jog Transfer Cut transferring side-jogged card during cut
Bill Simon The London Illusion spectator and performer each chose card from half deck, they match
Bill Simon The Reverse Glide from end grip, card apparently put to bottom of deck
Bill Simon Sponge Surprise fifteen to twenty small sponge balls appear
Bill Simon The Ring on Wand with handkerchief
Bill Simon, Hen Fetsch The Coin Transposition and Climax silver & copper transpose with one coin in spectator's handkerchief
Data entered by Denis Behr, December 2016.