20 pages (Loose-leave collection), published by Every Trick in the Book Inc.
|Creators||Title||Comments & References||Page||AA||Categories|
|introduction \n \n bob farmer 1987/1988 Bob Farmer||Introduction|
|stacked deck version \n 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 \n bob farmer \n the buddha bet \n karl fulves \n charles t. jordan \n joseph ovette \n u. f. grant \n finesse \n bob farmer \n what from whom \n karl fulves \n real mindreading \n james swain \n stacked deck version \n bob farmer 1987/1988 Bob Farmer||Stacked Deck Version|
|special deck version \n same effect, duplicates in deck \n bob farmer \n special deck version \n bob farmer 1987/1988 Bob Farmer||Special Deck Version|
|impromptu version \n 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 \n bob farmer \n mesmeric revelations: quoting the maven semaphore \n max maven \n impromptu version \n bob farmer \n sue? not me! \n bob farmer \n sue? not me! \n bob farmer 1987/1988 Bob Farmer||Impromptu Version|
|pentacle force \n forcing a ten to ace value on spectator, tsunami principle \n bob farmer \n "16-foot tsunami" \n jas jakutsch \n bob farmer \n pentacle force \n bob farmer \n before the thought \n ryan schlutz 1987/1988 Bob Farmer||Pentacle Force|
|you can lead a gift horse to water but you can't look in its mouth \n different way to end the previous tricks, with only the selection \n bob farmer \n you can lead a gift horse to water but you can't look in its mouth \n bob farmer 1987/1988 Bob Farmer||You Can Lead a Gift Horse to Water But You Can't Look in its Mouth|
|five card versions \n "one no is once enough is not enough" spectator thinks of one of five cards, majority fishing (one no) \n bob farmer \n howard lyons \n five card versions \n bob farmer \n howard lyons \n mental vibrations \n harry lorayne 1987/1988 Bob Farmer, Howard Lyons||Five Card Versions|
|impromptu impromptu version \n "one one no is once enough is not enough is not enough" one of five cards \n bob farmer \n impromptu version \n bob farmer 1987/1988 Bob Farmer||Impromptu Impromptu Version|
|220 count location simplified \n \n bob farmer \n pentacle force \n bob farmer \n 220 count location simplified \n bob farmer 1987/1988 Bob Farmer||220 Count Location Simplified|
|high card force \n five spectators remove cards from portions of the deck, then another spectator the highest one of those, card is forced \n bob farmer \n high-card mental revelation \n justin higham \n high card force \n bob farmer 1987/1988 Bob Farmer||High Card Force|
|finesse \n 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) \n bob farmer \n stacked deck version \n bob farmer \n finesse \n bob farmer 1987/1988 Bob Farmer||Finesse|
|mesmeric revelations: quoting the maven semaphore \n suggestions \n max maven \n impromptu version \n bob farmer \n mesmeric revelations: quoting the maven semaphore \n max maven 1987/1988 Max Maven||Mesmeric Revelations: Quoting The Maven Semaphore|
|chart #1 & chart #2 \n \n bob farmer \n tom ransom 1987/1988 Bob Farmer, Tom Ransom||Chart #1 & Chart #2|
Data entered by Denis Behr.