1980 reprint used
Written by Jerry K. Hartman
Work of Jerry K. Hartman
88 pages (Paperback), published by Tannen Magic Inc.
Illustrated with drawings
Language: English
79 entries
Cover photograph
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Jerry K. Hartman Means And Ends
Jerry K. Hartman R. S. Switch Extension of the Side Glide
Related toAlso published here 1
Jerry K. Hartman R. S. Key Glimpse Bubble peek type of glimpse
Related to 2
Jerry K. Hartman R. S. Jog Control
Also published here 2
Jerry K. Hartman R. S. Glimpse Glimpse selected card from center of deck
Inspired byAlso published here 3
Jerry K. Hartman R. S. Bluff Controls Simple procedure to control a selection to either top or bottom
VariationsAlso published here 3
Jerry K. Hartman R. S. Throw Forces Variations on the Riffle Force
Also published here 4
Jerry K. Hartman A-D Multiple Control Versatile control to control multiple selections to top, bottom or designated positions from top/bottom, gives various applications for the control
Jerry K. Hartman Push Up Force
Related toAlso published here 10
Jerry K. Hartman Underturn Turning a double face down, secretly leaving the card face up under the top card
Variations 10
Jerry K. Hartman Underturn Force Force using the Underturn concept
Inspired by 11
Jerry K. Hartman The Catch Switch Similar to Drop Switch, but you steal the card under the top packet in the action of flipping it over
Related toAlso published here 11
Jerry K. Hartman Swing Slip Cut Slip Cut in the action of a Swing Cut
Inspired by
  • "Marlo Slip Cut" (The Gen)
Related toAlso published here
Jerry K. Hartman Packet Palm Palming from small packet
Also published here 12
Jerry K. Hartman Turnover Glide Handling of Glide so that you end with deck face down in left hand
Jerry K. Hartman Friction Jog Getting a diagonal jog without angling, similar to Diagonal Jog by Jerry Andrus, pressure at upper right corner
Also published here 13
Jerry K. Hartman Knuckle Jog Getting a break above bottom card, alternative to Buckle or Pull Down
Related toAlso published here 13
Jerry K. Hartman Plunger Top Shift
Also published here 14
Jerry K. Hartman New Wave Change face card changes when one handed fan is waved over it
Related to 15
Jerry K. Hartman Bluff Cull Cull the four Aces under the guise of looking for another four of a kind
Related to 16
Jerry K. Hartman A La Card Cannibal Cards, card placed between Queens disappears
Also published here 17
Jerry K. Hartman Four Downs Four Aces placed in one half of the deck "penetrate" to appear in another half of the deck
Inspired by 17
Jerry K. Hartman PersuACEive Three Aces lost in deck face down, Ace of Spades left face up in the middle. The other three Aces appear face up near to Ace of Spades
Also published here 18
Jerry K. Hartman Flourish Count Add-On
Jerry K. Hartman Four For All
Related toVariations 18
Jerry K. Hartman One Good Turn Aces placed between the Jokers will reverse itself
Inspired byVariations 20
Jerry K. Hartman About Face I Hofzinser Ace Problem, the other three Aces change to match the value of selection
Jerry K. Hartman About Face II Hofzinser Ace Problem, all four Aces change to match value of selection
Also published here 22
Jerry K. Hartman A Common Mistake Vernon's Variant type of effect (Do as I do packet trick) where spectator cannot follow instructions, ending is each spectator get an Ace reversed in packet
Inspired by
  • "Kortially Yours" (Milton Kort, Kort is Now In Session, 1962)
Related to
Jerry K. Hartman Invisible Cut Plot change to Al Leech's Lost and Found Aces
Inspired byVariations 23
Jerry K. Hartman Over and Over Twisting the Aces with ending where four Aces turn face up together in the deck
Related to 25
Faced Deck Turnover
Related to 26
Jerry K. Hartman Four-Gone Delusion III Four Kings vanish one by one, reappear next to Queens
Jerry K. Hartman Overskill II Spectator cuts to Aces, then magician cuts to Aces in different flashy ways
Inspired byAlso published here 28
Lin Searles Half Passed Turnover
Related toAlso published here 30
Jerry K. Hartman Finders Leapers Two random cards sandwich selection
Also published here 31
Jerry K. Hartman Uprising
Also published here 31
Jerry K. Hartman A Choice Trick Ace, Two or Three chosen, it changes into the selection
Inspired by 32
Jerry K. Hartman Three-D Three selections found in different ways
Related to 34
Jerry K. Hartman Cross-Spell Spectator and magician finds each other's cards via spelling
Jerry K. Hartman Drop Stop spectator stops on their own card
Also published here 37
Jerry K. Hartman Two Strikes Spectator stops on the same card twice
Jerry K. Hartman Psychic Backstop out for psychological stop trick, using down-under deal
Related to 39
Jerry K. Hartman Thought Over Mental Reverse without the mental part
Inspired byRelated to 40
Jerry K. Hartman Sandwich To Go
Variations 41
Jerry K. Hartman Holy Sandwich
Jerry K. Hartman Sandwichmaker Center double using two Aces to do sandwich routine
Related to 42
Jerry K. Hartman Bread & Butter
Jerry K. Hartman Hip Switch Two Jacks find three selections - finds first selection, then transposes with the other two selections
Also published here 44
Jerry K. Hartman More or Less(or) Optical Card placed between black Aces under close up pad travels to between red Aces in the deck
Inspired byAlso published here 45
Jerry K. Hartman Switch On A Switch Card moves from between black to red Jacks, but in the process the Jacks also change places
Also published here 46
Jerry K. Hartman Sandwhichever Red Aces placed on top of deck, black Aces on bottom, two selections appear between them, spectator chooses which Aces they should appear between
Variations 47
Jerry K. Hartman Changemaker Red card between red Aces change places with black card between black Aces
Inspired by 48
Jerry K. Hartman Search Flight Two phases of Collectors: first phase is four Aces find three selections, second phase is three selections placed between Aces vanish and travel to between four Queens in the deck
Inspired byAlso published here 49
Jerry K. Hartman Caught Red Handed Collectors with four Aces and three selections, then Aces change back color
Also published here 51
Jerry K. Hartman Change Collectors Three selections cut to and lost, three random cards placed between four Kings. Those cards are later shown to be the selections.
Inspired byRelated toAlso published here 53
Jerry K. Hartman Predictable Prediction Various ways of doing Open Prediction
Jerry K. Hartman Not So Simple Force
Jerry K. Hartman Under The Influence Red card stabbed into blue deck, next to matching card
James G. Thompson Jr. Thompson Side Glide Force
Jerry K. Hartman Twocast
Inspired by 58
Jerry K. Hartman Compulsive Thinker Spectator selects only black card in a group of red cards, see "Update" in Super Dupes p. 24
Related toVariationsAlso published here 60
Jerry K. Hartman Hickory Dickory Deck Clock Trick without maths
Also published here 61
Jerry K. Hartman, Joseph K. Schmidt Thinking Spell Spell to two selections, down under deal
Inspired byAlso published here 63
Jerry K. Hartman Mentalias Use of signed card to divine thought-of card
Inspired byRelated to 64
Jerry K. Hartman Think Twice Spectator marks the back of previously thought of card
Jerry K. Hartman Teleapathy Reversed card at the beginning shown to be the thought of card impossibly, something like Mystery Card
Jerry K. Hartman Crossed Thoughts spectator and magician find each other's cards
Jerry K. Hartman Thought Thrust Toothpick thrust into deck next to thought of card
Also published here 68
Jerry K. Hartman, Dai Vernon Stabbing Force Variation
Inspired byAlso published here 69
Jerry K. Hartman Poker Face-Off
Also published here 69
Jerry K. Hartman Unfair Exchange Ace of Spades transposes with two Sevens
Inspired by 72
Jerry K. Hartman Post-Hypnotic Card Four cards selected, a fifth card changes into all four one by one
Inspired by 72
Edward Marlo Diminishing Lift Switch
Jerry K. Hartman Descardes I Ace of Spades changes to look like three selections
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here 74
Jerry K. Hartman Descardes II
Inspired byAlso published here 76
Jerry K. Hartman Halt One Two Spectator and magician each stops on each other's card
Variations 78
Jerry K. Hartman Truth Detector
Also published here 79
Jerry K. Hartman Hope For The Best Spectator thinks of highest card in the hand, then magician deals four of a kind
Related to 80
Data entered by Harapan Ong, September 2017.