Written by John Hostler
Work of John Hostler
66 pages (Paperback), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with photographs
Language: English
19 entries
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John Hostler Prologue
John Hostler Fully Half Invisible card vanishes from five-card packet, then back is seen but not face when spread is shown from both sides
John Hostler Ubiety card appears folded under performer's watch
John Hostler Table Wash Control cards mixed with rosetta shuffle and wash
John Hostler Kinetogenic Heart spectator initials bill, it magically folds itself into an origami shirt with initials still on it
  • Ala Dingle
  • Ala Crinkle
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  • "Casanova Concept" (Steve Haynes)
John Hostler ConvergySearchers odd-backed sandwich cards
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John Hostler Ultramarine Packet Switch packet displayed and dropped to table
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John Hostler Tarot Trip spectator spells things in fourteen-card packet to find selection from tarot deck
Inspired by 34
John Hostler Reciprocal Discovery two spectators face on stage and select a card from two decks, they match, SBS
  • 20/20 Variation (No Glasses)
John Hostler On Dual Reality definition
Front Tilt
John Hostler Medallion Meets Tidal Wave card freely chosen, folded prediction card in money clip in pocket matches
Inspired by 49
Edward Marlo Inside Pocket Load
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John Hostler Covered Folding behind a notepad, fourth
John Hostler Paradromic Delusion two deck, one person names a card and a number, second person selects card, performer looks through deck and names position of selection, first person finds card and number in other deck
Inspired byRelated to 54
John Hostler Revolving Deck Switch two decks are openly in play and secretly switched for each other
John Hostler Epilogue
John Hostler Shhh Bonus: Variation 9000 4&4, mixing sequence that retains a red-black-order
John Hostler Appendix A: Shirt Folding 101 folding a bill into an origami shirt
Data entered by Denis Behr, February 2018.