money power \n from twenty-card packet, two set of mates are found with spectator, making up four-of-a-kind \n roy walton \n money power \n roy walton \n medvegia \n peter duffie
1969
Roy Walton

Money Power

from twenty-card packet, two set of mates are found with spectator, making up four-of-a-kind

oil and queens \n transformation kicker \n roy walton \n water and oil barrons \n william p. miesel \n a load of..... \n paul brignall \n so these must be... \n stephen tucker \n Öl und wasser \n roberto giobbi \n oil & water plus \n dave campbell \n an odin sequel \n peter duffie \n mixing with royalty \n steven hamilton \n der frauenschwarm \n sveroni \n another "oil and queens" \n nick trost
1969
Roy Walton

the karl le fong trick \n two cards noted by throwing three dice, cards change places \n roy walton \n lefong, jr. \n roy walton \n the unselected \n steve beam \n telephony \n steve beam \n doug canning
1969
Roy Walton

The Karl Le Fong Trick

two cards noted by throwing three dice, cards change places

stepping stones \n solution for a problem posed by fulves, several variations \n roy walton \n magician's playing checkers \n steve beam
1969
Roy Walton

Stepping Stones

solution for a problem posed by Fulves, several variations

the leaper again \n card at thought-of position transposes with unknown card or appears at same position in other packet \n roy walton \n the unknown leaper \n charles t. jordan
1969
Roy Walton

The Leaper Again

card at thought-of position transposes with unknown card or appears at same position in other packet

impact \n aces in envelopes with holes, chosen one turns over, then ace in envelope turns over, based on chesbro & west's "airmail" from tricks you can count on \n roy walton \n impact \n roy walton \n an impact on impact \n jerry k. hartman \n marlo's impact \n edward marlo \n impact-collision-crash \n edward marlo \n collision course \n paul weir
1969
Roy Walton

Impact

aces in envelopes with holes, chosen one turns over, then ace in envelope turns over, based on Chesbro & West's "Airmail" from Tricks You Can Count On

the overworked card \n triumph type of effect, one card travels from bottom to top and turns every reversed card over \n roy walton \n handmade triumph \n frank simon \n mik mak mok \n jerry sadowitz \n overworked poker \n r. paul wilson \n some might say \n peter duffie \n ambitious and overworked \n peter duffie \n robin robertson \n double barrelled shotgun \n jack parker \n stressed-out card \n steven hamilton
1969
Roy Walton

The Overworked Card

Triumph type of effect, one card travels from bottom to top and turns every reversed card over

the cannibal cards \n four aces and two jacks, vanish and appearance, on top of deck, second deal \n roy walton \n conspicuous consumption \n roy walton
1969
Roy Walton

The Cannibal Cards

four aces and two jacks, vanish and appearance, on top of deck, second deal

the changeling \n two cards change into selection one by one \n roy walton \n changed changeling \n jerry k. hartman \n the knack \n jerry sadowitz
1969
Roy Walton

the happy wanderers \n three cards in the middle, two travel to top and bottom, then cards are found in the middle again with one card reversed \n roy walton \n the cavorted aces \n harapan ong
1969
Roy Walton

The Happy Wanderers

three cards in the middle, two travel to top and bottom, then cards are found in the middle again with one card reversed

almost impromptu \n one of four cards selected, other three cards added together and number counted in deck finds mate \n roy walton \n almost but not quite \n peter duffie
1969
Roy Walton

Almost Impromptu

one of four cards selected, other three cards added together and number counted in deck finds mate

you can't cheat an honest man \n two hands, performer always has four jacks, aces as climax, bottom deals \n roy walton \n i give up! \n peter duffie
1969
Roy Walton

You Can't Cheat An Honest Man

two hands, performer always has four Jacks, Aces as climax, bottom deals

card case \n mystery card in case, four queens are found and mystery card turns out to be selection \n roy walton \n no case to answer \n peter duffie \n between your palms \n alex elmsley
1969
Roy Walton

Card Case

mystery card in case, four queens are found and mystery card turns out to be selection