Written by Charles T. Jordan

1920
Work of Charles T. Jordan

24 pages (Stapled), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with drawings.
Language: English

(15 entries)

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Charles T. Jordan Preface 2
Charles T. Jordan The Spirit Aces No. 1, four Sevens and four Aces in piles on table, two Sevens put on top of deck followed by two Aces, yet Aces are on table and all four Sevens on top of deck, two extra Aces and step gaffAlso published here 3
Charles T. Jordan The Spook Card No. 2, card vanishes from small packet, five peek cardsRelated to 6
Dr. Ford Rogers Peek Deck Cards 6
Charles T. Jordan The Demon Color Change No. 3, multiple consecutive changes, second and rear cards remain the same, using glued triple cards 7
Charles T. Jordan Double Facer Color Change front card drops to fingers under cover of other hand to perpendicular position, turned over 9
Charles T. Jordan A Unique Reverse No. 4, thought-of picture card reverses itself in the deck, using cards glued back-to-back at one end with one cut short 10
Charles T. Jordan Divino No. 5, deck dealt into two piles, card at position in one half remembered, deck pocketed, number named, card at that position is selectionRelated to 11
Charles T. Jordan Joker Monte No. 6, three cards shown in fan and turned over, spectator cannot find Joker 13
Charles T. Jordan Optical Monte Move with three cards and a gaff 14
Charles T. Jordan Pedro Monte No. 7, three cards shown in fan and turned over, spectator cannot find card 14
Charles T. Jordan, William McGrew Speaking of Pink Elephants No. 8, named card changes back color, then the whole deck, card spelled to, card travels from one half to the other, red-blue peek deck cards 16
Charles T. Jordan The Contrary Clock No. 9, chosen card from clock layout transposes with Joker in pocket, duplicates in pocketVariations 19
Unknown Inside Pocket Bluff item removed from vest pocket, looks like inside pocketRelated to 21
Charles T. Jordan Transcendental Vision No. 10, stacked, one-way backs, "do you see a card of the same value in this pile?"Also published here 22