1987/1988
Written by Bob Farmer
Work of Bob Farmer
20 pages (Loose-leave collection), published by Every Trick in the Book Inc.
No illustrations
Language: English
13 entries
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Bob Farmer Introduction
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Bob Farmer Stacked Deck Version spectator thinks of a card from half the deck, performer makes some statements and bets money, then five cards are put on table, spectator's card is among them and the other cards complete a good poker hand
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Bob Farmer Special Deck Version same effect, duplicates in deck
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Bob Farmer Impromptu Version spectator shuffles deck and think of the highest of five random cards, performer places poker hand on table, it is a Royal Flush that contains thought-of card
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Bob Farmer Pentacle Force forcing a Ten to Ace value on spectator, Tsunami principle
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Bob Farmer You Can Lead a Gift Horse to Water But You Can't Look in its Mouth different way to end the previous tricks, with only the selection
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Bob Farmer, Howard Lyons Five Card Versions "One No Is Once Enough Is Not Enough"
spectator thinks of one of five cards, majority fishing (one no)
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Bob Farmer Impromptu Impromptu Version "One One No Is Once Enough Is Not Enough Is Not Enough"
one of five cards
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Bob Farmer 220 Count Location Simplified
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Bob Farmer High Card Force five spectators remove cards from portions of the deck, then another spectator the highest one of those, card is forced
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Bob Farmer Finesse further ideas
1. Koran 101 Strategy
2. Character of Questions
3. Five Piles
4. Overcon (ten-card stack for majority fishing with two nos)
5. Credits (for one-no fishing)
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Max Maven Mesmeric Revelations: Quoting The Maven Semaphore suggestions
Inspired byAlso published here 19
Bob Farmer, Tom Ransom Chart #1 & Chart #2
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Data entered by Denis Behr.