2005
Written by Tyler Wilson
Work of Tyler Wilson
48 pages (Stapled), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with photographs
Language: English
16 entries
Cover photograph
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Tyler Wilson Acknowledgements
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Tyler Wilson Foreword
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Tyler Wilson Hasselhofzinser card touched in spread is forced, under-the-spread handling
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Tyler Wilson Tyler Insults Tilt's Totally Inexplicable Elegance and Simplicity Tilt finesses
  • Right T.I.T.T.Y. Method
  • Left T.I.T.T.Y. Method
Related to
  • Tomas Blomberg's "Zilt", Jack Parker's "Ultra-Tilt"
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Tyler Wilson B.O.O.T.Y. "Bored of Ostentatious Tilts Yet?"
getting into position for Tilt
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Tyler Wilson Rub 'N Tug face up
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Tyler Wilson Pitching A Tent Vanish face up
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Tyler Wilson Displayboy flourish to spin out a card that sticks out half-way from front
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Tyler Wilson Sloppy Thirty Seconds inversion, then card changes with face-up card on floor
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Tyler Wilson Compost It Post-It note with "TOP" and spectator's initials brings selection to top repeatedly, when adding a S for "STOP" the deck vanishes except selection
Inspired byAlso published here 26
Tyler Wilson Release The Chocolate Hostage Four of Hearts with spectator's signature changes into Six of Hearts, picking-off-the-pip procedure
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Tyler Wilson Dirty Stinkin' Ape In The Middle
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Unknown One-Handed Diagonal Insertion card pushed in with first finger, ends up injogged
Related toAlso published here 36
Tyler Wilson Sven Who? deck shown to be all black, then all red, selection is only blue-backed card, "no red card" comedy prediction, secret incomplete faro condition
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Tyler Wilson Coke Inhabit coin travels into large cola gummy bear
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Jay Sankey Two Way Toss coin tossed into hand as another coin/item is secretly tossed back
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Data entered by Denis Behr.