Written by Karl Fulves, Ellis Stanyon

1999
Work of Karl Fulves, Ellis Stanyon

313 pages (Paperback), published by Dover Publications
Illustrated with drawings by Joseph K. Schmidt.
Language: English

(658 entries)

Image...

Creators Title Comments & References Page Categories
Karl Fulves Introduction material taken from "A Dictionary of Magical Effects" series in Stanyon's Magic magazine, 1912/1913, with comments by Fulves v
Karl Fulves Chapter 1: Simple Methods of Discovering a Chosen Card chapter intro 1
Ellis Stanyon Reading the Index Pip No. 1, bending upper portion to get glimpse of its bottom card
- Supplementary Note (clarification by Karl Fulves)
1
Ellis Stanyon The Bottom Card as "Key" No. 2, key card placement with reverse cull to upper section, or sticky key card to have the deck shuffled 2
Ellis Stanyon The Bent Corner No. 3, card replaced in spread and bottom corner bent with right fingers 2
Ellis Stanyon Drawing the Card from the Bottom No. 4, cards jogged back one by one until spectator says stop, the top jogged portion removed and bottom card shownVariationsAlso published here 2
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note as four Ace production, or as key card placementInspired by 2
Ellis Stanyon The Thumbnail-Embossed Mark No. 5, impromptu punch mark 3
Ellis Stanyon The Twenty-one Cards No. 6 4
Ellis Stanyon The Silent Count - Top Card as "Key" No. 7, cards deal face up by performer and spectators remember cards and their positions 4
Ellis Stanyon Several Heaps on Table - Bottom Card as "Key" No. 8 4
Ellis Stanyon The Bridge at the End of the Pack No. 9, bridging deck while spectator remembers cardVariations 5
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note routine and riffle shuffle suggestion by Charles JordanInspired by 5
Ellis Stanyon The Twenty-one Cards (Variations) No. 10, incorporating sleights 6
Ellis Stanyon The Direction of Gaze No. 11, four cards separated face up on table, spectator thinks of one, method is titleVariations 6
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note routine with outs in case the gaze method didn't workInspired by 6
Ellis Stanyon Discovering One Card Chosen from Seven or Eight No. 12, one thought from a packet, then groups shown and asked whether spectator sees his card among themVariations 7
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note different way to have the card chosen and the groups formedInspired by 8
Ellis Stanyon Noting Position Where Drawn Card Is Replaced No. 13, approximate position of card noted, then groups shown and asked whether spectator sees his card among them 8
Ellis Stanyon The "Key" Card Obtained by the Index No. 14, sighting bottom card of top half as card is replaced 8
Ellis Stanyon Sighting the Index of the Drawn Card No. 15, index of injogged card bent up 9
Ellis Stanyon Pencil Line on the Edge of the Pack No. 16, impromptu one-way 9
Ellis Stanyon Three Effects with Wax No. 17
(a) two card location, stuck together offset to make wide card
(b) another location in which card (or cards) is waxed, found by riffling
(c) located by dealing through deck
9
Ellis Stanyon The Margin and Pip Discovery No. 18, "Houdin's Dream", one-way by margin or by one-way faces
- Improved Version (Think Stop presentation)
10
Ellis Stanyon The "Reversed" Card No. 19, card replaced in secretly reversed deck with cover card, card not shown reversed but glimpsed as the deck is riffledRelated to 11
Ellis Stanyon Tinfoil on the Back of the Card No. 20, reflective surface used as mirrorVariations 11
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note credit information, idea of having a shiner behind stamp at bottom of stack of envelopes and glimpsing card that is put in top envelope, multiple cards put in separate envelopes, mixed and divinedInspired byRelated to
  • Burling Hull, Sealed Mysteries, 1910
12
Ellis Stanyon The Step No. 21, spectator cuts, remembers bottom card and replaces, hopefully a step remains 13
Ellis Stanyon Marking the Card with a Pin No. 22, card punched with hidden pin through handkerchief on table, later found in deckVariations 13
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note hiding punching needle at bottom of card caseInspired by 14
Ellis Stanyon "X-ray" Cards No. 23 15
Ellis Stanyon The "Touched" Card No. 24, card touched in spread, bottom card dragged over becomes bottom card of top section, reverse cull/bottom dealAlso published here 15
Ellis Stanyon The "Portfolio" Card No. 25, two cards hinged together, selections put between them, spectator can shuffleRelated to 15
Ellis Stanyon The Glimpse No. 26, fourth finger under card, card glimpsed by looking in stepVariations 16
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note fourth finger under card, card glimpsed by looking in step, overhand shuffle coverInspired by 16
Ellis Stanyon Reflectors No. 27, discs 16
Ellis Stanyon The "Turned-Up" Card No. 28, circus card trick, sucker
- Supplementary Note (reference given by Karl Fulves)
Related to 17
Ellis Stanyon The "Ruffle," How to Make it No. 29, riffling one or two handed, also for straightening out cards after bridge or palming 17
Ellis Stanyon The "Ruffle" Force No. 30, with thick card 18
Ellis Stanyon A Simple Method of Forcing a Card No. 31, number named, performer counts, re-count by spectator 18
Ellis Stanyon A Simple Trick Shuffle No. 32, for single card, keeping it on top or bringing it second from bottom by drawing off top and bottom simultaneously 18
Ellis Stanyon, Karl Fulves Chapter 2: Simple Methods of Revealing a Chosen Card chapter intro
- Supplementary Note
19
Ellis Stanyon The Revolution No. 1, air pressure turnover
- Supplementary Note (details and reference by Karl Fulves)
Related to 19
Ellis Stanyon The Revolution Change No. 2, back-to-back double turns over via air pressure turnover 19
Ellis Stanyon The Revolution Change Through the Pack No. 3, wrong card put on table, it penetrates upwards when deck is dropped onto it, changes into selection and turns over, air pressure turnover, also with selection and without transformation 20
Ellis Stanyon Hitting the Pack out of Hand No. 4 20
Ellis Stanyon Jerking the Pack Out of Hand No. 5, without hitting the deck, only hand jerks, in performer's hand 21
Ellis Stanyon Forcing the Choice with an Ordinary Die No. 6, asking to throw die again if wrong numbers show up 21
Ellis Stanyon Card Found at Any Number from the Top of the Pack No. 7, first counted and shown that card is not there, then re-counted 21
Ellis Stanyon Wrong Card Visibly Changed No. 8, snap-over change 21
Ellis Stanyon Person Sits on a Chosen Card No. 9Variations 22
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note another routine for that plot, card travels from between spectator's hand to chairInspired by 22
Ellis Stanyon To "Cut" the Pack at the Chosen Card No. 10, riffle force, slipping bottom card along with thumb when cut at separation 23
Ellis Stanyon By Looking at Any Card No. 11, glimpsing top card while looking at bottom card of pile 23
Ellis Stanyon The Card Jumps Out of the Pack No. 12, card shoots up, purely manipulative 23
Ellis Stanyon Nailing Chosen Card to the Door No. 13Variations 24
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note using tapeInspired by 24
Ellis Stanyon The Card Found at Any Number No. 14, using glide, card starts second from bottom 25
Ellis Stanyon The Blindfold Stab No. 15 25
Ellis Stanyon The Pack "Cut" into Four Heaps No. 16, spectator eliminates piles and cards until selection remains 26
Ellis Stanyon The Card Reversed in the Pack No. 17, card replaced in secretly reversed deck with cover cardRelated to 26
Ellis Stanyon On the Ceiling No. 18, wax 26
Ellis Stanyon Any Number from the Top of the Pack No. 19, re-counting after the card is not there the first time 26
Ellis Stanyon Catching Two Selected Cards No. 20, friction tossVariations 27
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note four Ace revelation with extension of "3-Card Catch"Inspired by 27
Ellis Stanyon At Any Number Chosen by the Audience No. 21, placing a card at any number with overhand injog shuffle 28
Ellis Stanyon Pretending to Be a Mind Reader No. 22, presentation for naming a glimpsed selection 28
Ellis Stanyon Revealing a Card by Its Weight No. 23, actually by punch mark 28
Ellis Stanyon One of Three Dealt on the Table No. 24, three wrong cards put on table, none is the selection, later it is one of the three 29
Ellis Stanyon Knocking the Pack Out of Hand No. 25, elaboration in which top two cards are lifted as one to show that the card is not on top or bottom, no details on double lift 29
Ellis Stanyon, Karl Fulves Chapter 3: Various Simple Tricks with Cards chapter intro
- Supplementary Note
30
Ellis Stanyon The Four Robbers No. 1, three cards hidden behind top JackVariations 30
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note four Jacks lost, found with two friction tossed one with each handInspired by 30
Ellis Stanyon The Three Robbers and the Constable No. 2, three Jacks and a King distributed in deck which is then cut, they are together again, one pseudo mateRelated to 32
Ellis Stanyon The Aces, Separated, Come Together No. 3, Ace of Hearts poses as Diamonds, distributed Aces are together after one cut 32
Ellis Stanyon The "Piano" Trick No. 4 32
Ellis Stanyon The False Count No. 5, card moved back 33
Ellis Stanyon The Card Jumps Out of the Envelope or the Pack No. 6, elastic between two cardsVariations 33
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note some red and some black cards put in card case, red cards them jump outInspired by 33
Ellis Stanyon Two Cards, Placed in the Centre of the Pack, Found on Top No. 7, pair of pseudo duplicates
- Improvement (one pair starts clipped behind coat)
34
Ellis Stanyon Guessing Thought Cards No. 8, with 4x4 cards 34
Ellis Stanyon The Travelling Ace No. 9, Ace travels from deck into pocket, Nine poses as Ace 35
Ellis Stanyon Verbal Force of Suit 35
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note simplified Travellers with only one palm, four Aces are paper clipped and put in trouser pocket, then removed from different pockets 35
Ellis Stanyon The Simple Four Ace Trick No. 10, Conus Aces phase, then assembly 37
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note credit information on Ace Assemblies, then a self-working handling of the Drunken Shuffle deal, all other receive a mix of face-up/face-down cards 37
Ellis Stanyon Two Aces, Separated, Come Together No. 11, Aces lost on piles, spectator even puts some more cards on one Ace apparently without the performer noticing, they end up next to each other
- Variation
Related to 40
Ellis Stanyon Putting the King and Queen to Bed No. 12, story presentation for previous trickRelated to 40
Ellis Stanyon A Card Thought of Discovers Another One Freely Chosen but Lost in the Pack No. 13, two selections end up next to each other 41
Ellis Stanyon Name of Selected Card in the Envelope No. 14, card chosen by pile-making and dealing, self-force 41
Ellis Stanyon Four Kings Change Places with Four Sevens No. 15, Eights pose as Sevens 41
Ellis Stanyon To Vanish One of Five Cards No. 16, salivaVariations 42
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note more detailed routine for the vanish of one of five cardsInspired by 42
Ellis Stanyon With the Half Card No. 17, face card shown, spectator holds deck at end, face card vanishes/changes 43
Ellis Stanyon To Distinguish the Colour of the Cards Under a Handkerchief No. 18, bridge 43
Ellis Stanyon Naming the Card on Top of Four (or More) Packets No. 19, top cards named one by one, but only shown at the end
- Variation ("Compelling a person to draw certain cards.")
43
Ellis Stanyon Several Card Pass Through a Book No. 20, packet counted and number named, book placed on packet and selected number of cards penetrate book from deck to join the counted packet
- Variation
44
Ellis Stanyon To Slip the Top Card to the Bottom No. 21, left finger slip, also to center 44
Ellis Stanyon Inseparable Kings and Queens No. 22, Hotel Trick with just two quartets 45
Ellis Stanyon How to "Bridge" the Cards No. 23, one or multiple cards 45
Ellis Stanyon To Detect Which of Four Cards Has Been Turned Around No. 24, white margin on picture cards 45
Ellis Stanyon Naming a Card in One Packet by Looking at One in Another No. 25 46
Ellis Stanyon A Card Thought of Finds a Selected Card No. 26, selection is next to named card, glide 46
Ellis Stanyon An Eight Spot Put in the Centre Passes to the Top No. 27, Seven/Eight pseudo duplicate 46
Ellis Stanyon Sighting the Index of the Drawn Card No. 28, inner corner bent up as the card is replaced in spread 47
Ellis Stanyon The Half Card Combination No. 29, picture cards placed in envelopes by spectators, all spectators name Queen of Hearts as the card they placed in their envelope, but they are different when checkedVariations 47
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note spectator gets four Aces and performer indifferent cards, but when checked performer has the AcesInspired by 47
Ellis Stanyon The "Slip" Change No. 30, top card of bottom half remembered, card from top half secretly slipped onto itAlso published here 49
Ellis Stanyon The "Slip" Force No. 31, stabbing with knife 49
Ellis Stanyon Several Chosen Cards Reversed No. 32, deck secretly reversed under cover card 49
Ellis Stanyon The "Whispering" Trick No. 33, for one spectator, card named inaudibly, then performer comes closer and glimpses card behind spectator's back 49
Ellis Stanyon A Subtle Deal to Find the Chosen Card No. 34, excuse to spread through deck and glimpse card next to key 50
Ellis Stanyon To Distinguish Court Cards by Touch No. 35, blurred edges with knife 50
Ellis Stanyon To Distinguish Red from Black Cards by Their Backs No. 36, bridge 50
Ellis Stanyon Affectionate Kings No. 37, Four Robbers 50
Ellis Stanyon Inseparable Sevens No. 38, Sevens/Eights, Four Robbers 51
Ellis Stanyon The Old Mormon and His Three Wives No. 39, Robbers type effectRelated toAlso published here
  • Heather's "Cards and Card Tricks"
51
Ellis Stanyon Queens Digging for Diamonds No. 40, hotel trick with eight cards each and story presentationAlso published here 52
Ellis Stanyon The Roadside Inn No. 41, hotel trick
- Another Version
53
Ellis Stanyon, Karl Fulves Chapter 4: Card Tricks - Calculation chapter intro
- Supplementary Note
54
Ellis Stanyon The Transposed Cards No. 1Variations 54
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note strange self-working handling of DCDInspired by 55
Ellis Stanyon The Card at Unknown Number from Bottom, Placed at Any Number from Top No. 2, card and its position remembered by spectator, strange procedure to bring it to the top eventually 56
Ellis Stanyon The Spots on Card Indicate Number of Cards Secretly Added to Pack No. 3, some cards cut off and a known amount replaced, card with same value produced
- Variation
57
Ellis Stanyon A Numerical Shuffle No. 4, shuffle for small packet that after a certain amount of repeats restores the original order 57
Ellis Stanyon Any Number of Cards Dealt Face Upwards, to Discover One Chosen No. 5, cards dealt face-up by performer, spectator remembers card and its position 58
Ellis Stanyon To Produce a Card at Any Number No. 6, re-count after shown that card is not there the first time 58
Ellis Stanyon Alternate Method of Producing a Card at Any Number No. 7, "Improvement on No. 6", accidentally over-counting, then replacing and counting againRelated to 58
Ellis Stanyon The Selected Card Appears at Number Chosen by Another Person No. 8, card and its position remembered, bluff counting started with the wanted number
- Variation
Related to 58
Karl Fulves, J. W. Sarles Supplementary Note spectator remembers card and its position, when check it is not there anymore and has moved to a predicted position 59
Ellis Stanyon The Twenty-seven Cards No. 9, selection ends up at named position, rules for collecting the pilesVariations 60
Ellis Stanyon A Reversed Count Brings Card to Any Position No. 10, card and its position remembered, cards counted onto table, located with some more counting 61
Ellis Stanyon To Name the Total Value of Several Chosen Cards No. 11Variations 62
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note streamlined handlingInspired by 62
Ellis Stanyon "Thirty-one" (Simple Version) No. 12, "A Cardsharp's Trick", game in which cards are drawn alternately and the sum of the values cannot exceed thirty-oneRelated toVariations 63
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note version of the game with paper-clipped pairs, another version without a system given posed as problemInspired by 64
Ellis Stanyon The Clock No. 13 65
Ellis Stanyon The Clock - with Ten Cards No. 14 65
Ellis Stanyon To Detect Chosen Card Amongst Thirty-five No. 15, dealing seven rows of five each 66
Ellis Stanyon To Detect Chosen Card Amongst Fifty-two No. 16, thirteen rows of four each 66
Ellis Stanyon The Square of Twenty-five Cards No. 17 67
Ellis Stanyon The Pairs Re-Paired No. 18 67
Ellis Stanyon The Magic Triplets No. 19, with triplets instead of pairs 68
Ellis Stanyon To Discover Card Removed from Pack of Fifty-two No. 20, casting out thirteen 68
Karl Fulves, Satya Ranjan Roy Supplementary Note on Ranjan Roy's method that involved adding and subtracting, suit and value 68
Satya Ranjan Roy Another Method for No. 20 No. 21, suit and value with one count, adding and subtracting 69
Ellis Stanyon To Discover One of Two Cards Removed from Fifty-two No. 22, two cards removed, clocked, one card named by spectator, other one then known by performer 70
Ellis Stanyon The Capital Q No. 23, back-count force
- Improvement (as divination with partial stack)
70
Ellis Stanyon To Discover Names of Three Cards Chosen by Three Different People No. 24, three cards, three spectators each take one and then distribute several counters according to rules, at the end the performer knows who has which card
- Variation (cards instead of counters)
Related to 71
Ellis Stanyon To Discover Card (or Cards) Amongst Sixteen, After the Fourth Deal No. 25 72
Ellis Stanyon The Spots on Top Card Indicate Position of One Chosen No. 26, number between five and ten named, that value produced and card found at that numberRelated to 72
Ellis Stanyon To Discover Value of Two Cards Drawn from the Pack of Fifty-two, Without Seeing Any Cards No. 27, mathematical calculation with two values 73
Ellis Stanyon The Thought Card Appears at Any Number No. 28, card apparently not found and spectator names it, then quickly controlled to eighth, number up to ten, gambling on seven or eight 73
Ellis Stanyon A Card Chosen at a Number from Bottom, Found in Pocket No. 29, card and its position remembered, card no longer there, produced from pocket, lazy man card to pocket with palm 73
Ellis Stanyon The Mysterious Addition No. 30, spectator cuts off any number of cards, then magician cuts off a number that makes spectator's amount odd if it was even or vice versa 74
Ellis Stanyon Odd or Even No. 31, spectator cuts off odd and even number of cards and holds both in the hands, after some calculation the performer knows which hand has the even and odd number of cards 74
Ellis Stanyon An Arithmetical Mystery No. 32, two piles made, spectator does some calculation with the amount in each pile and then performer names the amounts 74
Ellis Stanyon To Discover the Respective Holders of Three Cards or Objects No. 33, similar to referenceRelated to 75
Ellis Stanyon At Any Number from the Top No. 34, selection on top, cards counted into other hand one by one, selection fed back 75
C. Briscoe The Numerical Shuffle No. 35, shuffling sequence with packet of cards that restores order after repeating it, Charlier type 76
Ellis Stanyon The Transposed Cards No. 36, deck spread on table, some cards moved from end to end, card with that amount is eventually selected 76
Ellis Stanyon The Transposed Cards and Mind-Reading No. 37Related to 77
Ellis Stanyon The Card in Pocket No. 38, lazy man card to pocket with palm 77
Ellis Stanyon The Spots on Top Card Indicate Position of One Chosen No. 39, combining the two referenced tricks with one set-upRelated to 77
G. W. Hunter The Card Chosen Corresponds with Paper in Person's Pocket No. 40, re-deal force, motivated by having two cards chosen, one predicted and one divined 78
Ellis Stanyon The Card Secretly Chosen at a Number from the Top, Picket Out of the Pack in Person's Pocket No. 41, card and its position remembered, some moving around of cards, then performer locates card in pocket 78
Ellis Stanyon Naming Spots on a Card at Any Number in the Pack No. 42, stack for spot cards only, calculation method to know card at any number 78
Ellis Stanyon At Any Number from the Top No. 43, selection on top, top two cards counted as one at the beginning, later selection slipped back 79
Ellis Stanyon Forty Cards Dealt Faces Down, to Pick Up the One Named No. 44, cards dealt in square on table, any spot card named and performer knows where it is 79
Ellis Stanyon "Thirty-one" No. 45, "A Cardsharp's Trick", more elaborate versionRelated to 80
Ellis Stanyon The Position of Card Amongst Ten No. 46, ten-card packet with one Ten in it, cut, then performer names position of Ten-spot 82
Ellis Stanyon Two Packs Shuffled and Card Found in Same Position in Each No. 47 83
Unknown Second Deal with Half-Moon Cut-Out 83
Ellis Stanyon A Card of Either Colour Found at Any Number No. 48 83
Ellis Stanyon To Give the Position of Any Card No. 49, calculation method for new deck order type stack 83
Ellis Stanyon Placing the Chosen Card at Any Number No. 50, secret cut and stack 84
Ellis Stanyon, Karl Fulves Chapter 5: Card Tricks - Arrangement chapter intro
- Supplementary Note
85
Ellis Stanyon Arrangement of a Whist Pack No. 1, Eight Kings 85
Ellis Stanyon A Numerical Arrangement for a Whist Pack No. 2, "One of the best", Stebbins 85
Unknown Margery's Arrangement for a Piquet Pack No. 3, rhyme for thirty-two card deckAlso published here
  • "Magic", 1893
86
Ellis Stanyon Another Arrangement for a Piquet Pack No. 4, mathematical 86
Ellis Stanyon The Best False Shuffle No. 5, back and forth with lift 86
Ellis Stanyon Changing the Pack No. 6, as handkerchief is removed from pocket, or Stanyon's servante behind chair 87
Ellis Stanyon Discovering a Drawn Card No. 7, glimpsing next card in stack 87
Ellis Stanyon To Name All the Cards Without Seeing Them No. 8, stack 87
Ellis Stanyon To "Cut" an Odd or Even Number No. 9, divined whether a cut-off packet has an odd or even number of cards, alternating set-up 88
Ellis Stanyon To Deal Yourself All the Trumps No. 10, stack 88
Ellis Stanyon An Improved Whist Trick No. 11, all trumps dealt 88
Ellis Stanyon To Pick Out Any One or More Values No. 12, "The gathering of the Clans", quartets come together after dealing thirteen piles 89
Ellis Stanyon To Discover the Number of Cards Taken and to Name Each No. 13, packet cut off and performer divines number of cards and cards themselvesRelated to 89
Ellis Stanyon A Perfect Whist Memory No. 14, shuffled deck switched behind back and order then named, bottom card shown before switch and it corresponds with last card named 89
Ellis Stanyon The Pack "Cut" into a Number of Heaps, to Name Cards in ANy Heap Placed in Person's Pocket No. 15, "Improvement on No. 13", packet wrapped up or pocketedRelated to 90
Ellis Stanyon The Number of Chosen Cards Are Passed into an Envelope in Full View No. 16, six cards selected via stabbing, card known to performer via glimpsing card above, predicted in envelope (or travel to envelope), assistant 90
Ellis Stanyon Rapit Memorization (?) of Half the Pack No. 17, half the deck switched, order known or cue sheet 91
Ellis Stanyon Naming the Card Secretly Placed in a Pocket No. 18 91
Ellis Stanyon The Greek Cross No. 19, thirteen four-card packets made, one selected, found after redistribution and another deal 92
Ellis Stanyon To Name a Card After Dealing Four Times No. 20, using the sixteen cards return to original order after four deals in two piles, position of a selection namedRelated to 92
Ellis Stanyon To Discover a Card Chosen from Twenty-five No. 21, variation of referenced trickRelated to 93
Ellis Stanyon A Chart of the Arranged Pack No. 22, doing two deals backwards before performance and then dealing cards (as "shuffling") in performance and arriving back in stack, way home 94
Ellis Stanyon To Produce Any Card No. 23, after dealing into thirteen heaps all heaps have one quartet 94
Ellis Stanyon A Spelling "B" No. 24, spelling every value through the deckVariations 94
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note selection made, spelling every value through the deck, at value of selection a Joker shows up, selection foundInspired by 95
Ellis Stanyon To Discover the Number of Spots on Two Batches of Cards No. 25, two spectators cut off a few cards from top and bottom respectively, all cards named 96
Ellis Stanyon "The Revolution" to Discover Number of Cards Taken No. 26 96
Ellis Stanyon To Discover a Thought Card and Name It No. 27, with stack, selection divined at the endInspired byRelated to 96
Ellis Stanyon The "Twenty-seven" Card Trick without a "Key" No. 28 97
Ellis Stanyon Chapter 6: Card Tricks - Various Arrangements chapter intro 99
Ellis Stanyon Reversible "Spelling B" No. 1, spelling three chosen cards 99
Ellis Stanyon The Alternate Card Trick - Simple No. 2, spelling through all values in thirteen-card packet 100
Ellis Stanyon To Discover Two Consecutive Cards No. 3, two consecutive cards chosen, some number of cards added to top, card found 100
Ellis Stanyon Fifteen Consecutive Cards Indiscriminately Drawn from One Pack and One Secretly Chosen, to Produce It from Another Pack No. 4, card from packet chosen, found in second deck, both in same order 101
Adrian Plate A Trick at Poker No. 5,new deck opened and shuffled, seven hands dealt and performer winsRelated toAlso published here 102
Rell M. Woodward Poker Stack 102
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note correction and more detailsRelated to 103
Ellis Stanyon Special Arrangement of Whist Pack and Tricks with Same No. 6, similar to Stebbins
(a) To Discover the Top Card
(b) To Discover a Card Removed from Either of Two Portions
(c) To Discover the Bottom Card from Either Half of the Pack
(d) Reading the Whole Pack
(e) To Name Either or All of Four Cards Dealt in a Row
(f) To Discover a Card Freely Selected
104
Ellis Stanyon The Genuine Shuffle as Affecting the Above (No. 6) and Other Arranged Packs No. 7, letting a spectator overhand shuffle a stacked deck in the hope that enough of the set-up remains 106
Ellis Stanyon The Numerical Arrangement and Tricks with Same No. 8, Si Stebbins, see following items for tricks 106
Ellis Stanyon (a) To Name a Card Freely Chosen glimpsing next card 107
Ellis Stanyon (b) To Discover a Number of Cards batch taken by spectator, all named by performer 107
Ellis Stanyon (c) Card Selected by One Person Is Named by Another card tabled and verbally forced (no details) on another spectator with equivoque questions 107
Ellis Stanyon (d) Mind-Reading medium knows stack 107
Ellis Stanyon (e) Spectator Produces the Right Cards from a Pocket cards "as quickly as possible" take from pocketed deck by spectator 107
Clarence Hubbard (f) Cards from a Pocket six chosen cards produced from pocket by performer 108
Ellis Stanyon Any Card Noted in One Pack Found at a Given Number in Another No. 9, two decks in same order, number and card chosen, another number predicted, when counting to predicted number starting with named number the card is there 108
Ellis Stanyon The Pack Is "Cut" into Four and the Names of the Cards in Either Part Are Found in an Envelope No. 10, four piles made, one chosen, cards in that pile are predicted or divined, multiple out in envelope 109
Ellis Stanyon Chapter 7: Card Tricks Using Confederates chapter intro 110
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note two cards chosen and hidden somewhere, performer divines hiding place and identity of one card, the other is heard on answering machine when a phone number is called 110
Ellis Stanyon Two Cards Change in Envelopes - Comedy Trick No. 1, two known cards on top of deck, while performer does not look a spectator loses top card in center, both put in envelopes without looking again, performer makes them change back to where they should be 111
Ellis Stanyon To Tell Which Card of Fifty-two Is Touched in Your Absence No. 2, coding by assistantVariations 112
Ellis Stanyon Alternate Method for No. 2 No. 3, verbal code
- Variation
Inspired by 112
Ellis Stanyon Another Alternate Method for No. 2 No. 4, confederate names a card which codes the actual cardInspired by 113
Ellis Stanyon To Conjure a Card Under a Flowerpot No. 5 113
Ellis Stanyon To Conjure a Card into Your Pocket No. 6, stooge names the card 114
Ellis Stanyon A Card Instantly Removed from a Pack in the Pocket No. 7, named card to pocket 114
Ellis Stanyon Chapter 8: Card Reading chapter intro 115
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note on reading cards in a shuffled deck, J. H. Green's shiner method, fiberoptics tube from breast pocket to behind back 115
Ellis Stanyon Arranged Pack No. 1, naming cards from behind back 116
Ellis Stanyon The Bottom Card - Simple No. 2, behind back, glimpsing one ahead in front of the body 116
Ellis Stanyon The Bottom Card and Palming No. 3, deck behind back, card brought forward with next one palmed and glimpsed 116
Ellis Stanyon Round Convex Mirror No. 4
- Variations
117
Ellis Stanyon Reflection in the Eye (?) No. 5, three cards divined 117
Ellis Stanyon Tinfoil on the Back of the Card No. 6, naming cards of shuffled deck one by one 117
Ellis Stanyon Subtle Reading of the Index No. 7, glimpse when pulling up sleeve, then one ahead by glimpsing second card by lifting two and dropping bottom one after glimpse 118
Ellis Stanyon Two Halves of the Pack Face-to-Face No. 8, faced-deck, reading cards one by one 118
Ellis Stanyon Finger Ring Reflector No. 9 118
Ellis Stanyon Sighting the Index Under Cover of the Pack No. 10, spectator touches card in spread which is held upright, bottom corner bent and glimpsed 118
C. O. Williams Reading the Fifty-two Cards After a Genuine Shuffle No. 11, order of cards read after one riffle shuffle, interlocking chain principle and one-way backsVariations 118
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note deck riffle shuffled, top thirteen cards dealt off and four spectators take the cards of one suit each, alls cards divined, interlocking chain principleInspired by 120
Ellis Stanyon The Index Removed from One End of the Pack No. 12, several cards selected and (after deck switch) replaced, then all named 121
Ellis Stanyon Chapter 9: Card Tricks Using Special Printed Cards chapter intro 122
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note credit information on gaffed cards and splitting 122
Ellis Stanyon Two Cards, One in Each Hand, Change Places No. 1, "Obedient Cards", visual, two double facers 123
Ellis Stanyon Four Red Cards Change Places with Four Black Ones No. 2, double facers 123
Ellis Stanyon New Precipitation No. 3, two thought-of cards travel from one half to another, one half is all double facersRelated to 123
Ellis Stanyon The "Cagliostro" or "Balsamo" Card Trick No. 4, three thought-of cards travel from packet to packet in envelope, double facers or diagonally divided cards 124
Adrian Plate The Disappearance of a Card No. 5, card vanishes from packet, reappears in deckVariationsAlso published here
  • Magician's Tricks (Hatton & Plate, 1910)
124
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note finessed handlingInspired by 125
Ellis Stanyon Any Card from the Pocket No. 6, named card transposes with another card, one in handkerchief and one against glassVariations 126
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note transposition with double facerInspired by 126
Ellis Stanyon A Lightning Change No. 7, card tossed on table visually transposes with card in hand 128
Theodore DeLand The Phantom Card Trick No. 8, five cards shown fan, three remembered by spectators, two removed from under handkerchief and rest vanishes, see "General note" on p. 140 for creditVariations 128
Theodore DeLand Improved Phantom Cards No. 9, same effects but backs can be shown, see "General note" on p. 140 for creditInspired byVariations 128
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note more details on the gaffs and handlingInspired by 129
Ellis Stanyon Phantom with Ordinary Cards No. 10, ungaffed version, pseudo duplicates and palmingInspired by 130
Ellis Stanyon Two Cards Pass from One Plate to Another No. 11, four cards on one plate, none of another, two cards travel over, newspaper-backed cards and step gaff 130
Ellis Stanyon Perplexo No. 12, two cards placed in the pocket of a spectator, same with another spectator, one card each removed, the spectators fail to name the other one 130
Theodore DeLand Nox-Em-All No. 13, two Aces and two Sevens placed in hat, they change into all four Sevens, see "General note" on p. 140 for credit 131
Theodore DeLand The Sphinx Card Trick No. 14, two cards in hat transpose with one in deck, see "General note" on p. 140 for creditRelated to 132
Burling Hull The Vanishing Card No. 15, "Ghost Card", five cards fanned with Joker at front, one thought-of except Joker, all placed in hat, all cards removed and shown on both side, selection has vanishedVariations 132
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note details on handling, alternative gaffs with corners stuck onInspired by 133
Theodore DeLand "Papel Blanco" No. 16, four cards change to blank cards, see "General note" on p. 140 for credit 135
Ellis Stanyon The Four Aces on a Handkerchief No. 17, "The Flying Aces", Aces in corners on handkerchief, covered with paper pieces, placed under handkerchief and they travel upwards, also with coins 135
Ellis Stanyon Will 'o the Wisp No. 18, three cards from one plate to another, with blank and normal cards 137
Theodore DeLand Fade Away No. 19, back of card with image of fingers and hand, see "General note" on p. 140 for credit 137
Ellis Stanyon Nine to Five to Three to Ace to Blank No. 20, 137
Ellis Stanyon Contrario Aces No. 21, Aces transpose with random cards under handkerchiefs 138
Ellis Stanyon Chromatic Cards No. 22, blank cards in envelope, normal cards in hat, then blank cards in hat and normal cards in envelope 138
Theodore DeLand Cremation and Confetti No. 23, card burned, confetti in glass changes to restored card, see "General note" on p. 140 for credit 139
Burling Hull The Card Problem No. 24, fake indicesRelated to 139
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note credit informationRelated to 140
Ellis Stanyon The Yogi Wonder No. 25 140
Ellis Stanyon, Henry Hardin The Princess Card Trick No. 26, ungaffed, two methodsVariations 141
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note further handling and ideasInspired by 141
Ellis Stanyon The Three-Card Trick No. 27, "The Illusive Ace", monte effect with a Three that is missing bottom pip and can be shown as Ace or ThreeVariations 143
Theodore DeLand "Pickitout" No. 28Inspired by 143
Theodore DeLand The "Knock-out" Card Trick No. 29, card from packet vanishes and joins cards in handkerchiefVariations 144
Theodore DeLand The "Best Ever" Card Trick No. 30, same effectInspired by 144
H. G. Cleveland Cleveland's "Presto Fly" Card Trick No. 31, Ace to Three of Hearts transposes with Four to Six of ClubsVariations 145
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note combination with Cleveland's "Canadian Wonder"Inspired by 145
Theodore DeLand The "Spotter" or Educated Die No. 32, throw of die always finds the Ace in row of six cards 146
William G. Edwards The "Canadian Wonder" No. 33, cards shown and tabled, the spectators remember different cards then are seen when they are turned over again 146
Theodore DeLand The Surprise Card Trick No. 34, Queens in hat, King of Spades in hat as well, performer finds King without looking and puts it in deck, then Queens and King transpose and only the King is in hat and Queens in deckRelated toVariations 147
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note details on handling and different valuesInspired by 147
William G. Edwards Edwards' Dioramic Pack No. 35, selections turn over in fair manner, half face/half backVariations 148
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note packet version with Ace through Seven of Hearts, chosen value turns overInspired by 149
Ellis Stanyon "Pippin" No. 36, four changes in five, cut-out pip and black background 150
Theodore DeLand The Four Ace Trick No. 37, "The LeRoy Four Ace Trick", three double facers 150
Ellis Stanyon The Twelve Ubiquitous Court Cards No. 38, Jacks on top and Kings on bottom of deck, Queens under plate, the quartets travel and transpose around 151
W. J. Atkinson Substitution of a Trick Set for Ordinary Cards No. 39, duplicate cards palmed on top, then pass made, then palmed off againVariations 152
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note packet switched with help of card caseInspired by 152
Karl Fulves Chapter 10: Mechanical and Other Prepared Cards chapter intro 154
Ellis Stanyon Aces versus Kings No. 1, Aces and Kings are put in envelopes labeled with whats inside, they transpose and spectators can remove the cards 154
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note four signed Queens on row on newspaper, Two of Spades in pocket, a Queen transposes with the Two in the pocket, repeated with each Queen, newspaper-backed card 154
Ellis Stanyon Ace of Spades and Ace of Diamonds Change Places No. 2, Spade pip covers Diamond pip on Ace 156
Ellis Stanyon Three Cards Appear on a Borrowed Hat No. 3, three cards appear stuck to borrowed hat, news-paper backed cards start out on newspaper 157
Ellis Stanyon Three Chosen Cards Appear on a Mirror No. 4 157
Henry Leslie The Card Appears on an Arm No. 5, ashes of burnt card rubbed on arm and name of card appears on arm 158
Herbert J. Collins The Card Appears on a Handkerchief No. 6, with Variation 158
T. H. Chislett The Card, Envelope and Handkerchief Combination No. 7, card silk, then silk shot on paper cone and inside is silk with actual card stuck onto it 159
Ellis Stanyon Nailing a Chosen Card to the Wall No. 8, duplicate card with pin already in it palmed to deck 159
Ellis Stanyon The Chosen Cards Appear in a Watch No. 9, either one of two cards appears as miniature card in watch 159
Ellis Stanyon The Card Thrown on a Silk Hat Jumps up and Stands on One End No. 10, trick card with elastic 160
Ellis Stanyon Balancing Any Card on a Hat No. 11, card moves in hat and then stands 160
Ellis Stanyon The Card and a Glass of Wine Balance on a Hat No. 12, glass balanced on end of playing card (with hinged flap) which is balanced on hat 160
Ellis Stanyon The Mysterious Chain of Cards No. 13, corners of two cards are rubbed together and they adhere, more cards are attached like thatVariations 161
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note different gaffInspired by 161
Ellis Stanyon The Simple Throwing of a Card No. 14, card boomerangs back, thread attachedVariations 162
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note ungaffed throwing, as described in Sachs's Sleight of HandInspired by 163
Ellis Stanyon The Card Disappears from a Glass of Water No. 15, sheet of celluloid 164
Ellis Stanyon The Card Disappears from an Empty Glass No. 16, tinfoil back 165
Unknown The Chosen Cards Change to Photographs No. 17, cards change into photographs of peopleAlso published here
  • Kunard's "Card Tricks"
165
Ellis Stanyon The Three of Diamonds Changes to Two No. 18, center pip on hair is jerked back 166
A. E. Bloom The Signed Ace Changes to a Three No. 19, celluloid sheet with extra pips and indices palmed onto signed Ace 166
James J. Morgan Aces versus Blank Cards and Pocket No. 20, four blank cards in pocket of spectator transpose with Aces held by spectator 166
Ellis Stanyon The Two of Hearts Changes to the Two of Spades No. 21, one pip is Spade and one Heart 167
Ellis Stanyon The Four Knaves Change to Four Aces and Back Again No. 22Variations 167
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note describing the quartet transformation from Discoverie of WitchcraftInspired byRelated to 168
Unknown Glide 168
Ellis Stanyon Got 'Em All Beat No. 23, two selected cards fairly shuffled back by spectator, yet found behind back, two cards hinged together, selections put between themRelated toVariations 169
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note details on the hinged pocket card, also for vanishing a cardInspired by 169
Ellis Stanyon The Card through a Hat No. 24, visibly pulled out 170
Ellis Stanyon The Card in a Bottle No. 25, folding cardVariations 170
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note card into bottle, card is already inside but floating on top of water and cannot be seen when audience looks on edgeInspired by 171
Ellis Stanyon The Ink Card No. 26, ink to clear water with card inside glass, one side black to simulate ink in glass of water, more elaborate versions 171
Ellis Stanyon An Envelope Changes to the Chosen Card No. 27, hinged gaffVariations 172
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note prediction envelope has a card back on other side, all cards have an envelope on other side with same card predicted, switch in stand or upright bookInspired by 172
Ellis Stanyon The Vanishing Pips No. 28, Nine of Diamonds changes to Five, Three, Ace, then blank, back seen, hinged multi-pip card 173
Ellis Stanyon The Reunited Card No. 29, card cut into four pieces, thrown in air and the restore visible, flap construction that unfolds by itself 174
Ellis Stanyon The Card on a Ribbon No. 30, card appears at end of ribbon, folding card 174
Ellis Stanyon Spirit Photography No. 31, photograph of selection appears on blank paper in envelope 174
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note comments on obtaining a photograph for the effectRelated to 174
Ellis Stanyon The Chosen Card Changes to a Box of Matches No. 32Variations 175
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note variation in which the whole deck changes into a half-sized miniature deckInspired by 175
Ellis Stanyon The Mechanical Changing Pip Card No. 33, for example Queen of Clubs to Queen of Hearts, two versionsVariations 177
Ellis Stanyon The Mechanical Changing Pip and Value Card No. 34, Queen of Clubs to King of HeartsInspired by 177
Ellis Stanyon The Flap Card No. 35, sheet rubberVariations 177
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note variations of the gaff and some applications, also in combination with step to change amount of card, multiple changes, handling ideasInspired by 178
Ellis Stanyon Changing and Enlarging the Card No. 36, card changes twice and grows to three times the size 180
Ellis Stanyon Several Ordinary Cards Change to Large Ones No. 37, two methods 180
Ellis Stanyon The Card Changes to a Die No. 38 181
Ellis Stanyon The Moving Pip Card No. 39 181
Ellis Stanyon The Bullet Ace No. 40, hole visually appears in Ace 181
Ellis Stanyon The Chosen Card Appears Between Two Others on a Thread No. 41 182
Ellis Stanyon The "Torn Corner" Card No. 42, corner visually restores, two constructions 182
Ellis Stanyon An Ace Changes to a Three and Vice Versa No. 43, holes fill with colorInspired by 183
Ellis Stanyon Eclipse Vanishing a Pack of Cards No. 44, card sections riveted together so fan can be closed to narrow packet and is attached to pull 183
Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin The Protean Pack No. 45, three selections, "General Pack" 183
Ellis Stanyon Making a Half Pack of Cards Vanish No. 46, every card cut in half and cards stuck together, loop to hide deck behind hand with loop over thumb 184
Ellis Stanyon The Sticking Pack of Cards No. 47, deck thrown against wall to which it sticks, then cards rise out of deck 184
Ellis Stanyon The Electric Pack of Cards No. 48, floating spread between hands 184
Ellis Stanyon Producing a Pack of Cards from an Empty Glass No. 49, mirror glass or a card with tinfoil back 185
Ellis Stanyon The Card Jumps Out of an Envelope No. 50, elastic, or jumps out of deck with deck held under foot 185
Theodore DeLand The Ten of Spades Changes to the Ten of Clubs No. 51, sliding celluloid piece on card 185
Evans Brown The Chosen Card Is Found Printed on a Plain Card Placed in a Glass Tumbler No. 52, "Spirit Print Card Trick", celluloid with card printed on it, not seen in glass, later covers blank card 186
Ellis Stanyon The Four Ace Trick No. 53 186
Ellis Stanyon New Precipitation No. 54, "Third Method", with Dr. Ford B. Rogers's peek pairsRelated to 187
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note reference for Peek Pairs 187
Ellis Stanyon The "Tokio" Card Trick No. 55, cards penetrate hat 187
Theodore DeLand DeLand's Two-Card Monte No. 56Variations 188
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note version with half cardInspired by 188
Ellis Stanyon A New Protean or Chameleon Pack No. 57, deck shown mixed, then cut in half, one half shown all red and other all blackRelated to 189
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note credit information on Oil & WaterRelated to 189
Theodore DeLand The Five of Diamonds Changes to the Five of Spades No. 58, "DeLand's Colour Changing Card"
- Variation ("The Irish Card", pips change to green)
190
Theodore DeLand Deland's "Eureka" Card Trick No. 59, four Kings and an Ace put in hat, Ace removed and Kings also change to AcesVariations 190
Ellis Stanyon, Karl Fulves Chapter 11: "Forcing" Packs and Tricks with Same chapter intro
- Supplementary Note
191
Ellis Stanyon Pack to Force One Card No. 1, all alike 191
Ellis Stanyon Pack to Force One or Three Cards Singly No. 2, three groups of force cards 191
Ellis Stanyon Pack to Force Three Cards Together No. 3, triplets of force cards throughout deckVariations 192
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note finessed forcing from this forcing deck, with divination via fishingInspired by 192
Ellis Stanyon The "Ruffle" Force with an Ordinary Pack No. 4, step or thick card 193
Ellis Stanyon Discovering the Chosen Card by a Throw of the Dice No. 5, card layout on table and cards eliminated via through of die, partial forcing deck
- Variation
193
Ellis Stanyon The "Slip" Force No. 6, as stabbing force 194
Ellis Stanyon To Produce Three Cards at any Number No. 7, with pack consisting of forcing card triplets 194
Ellis Stanyon Four Cards Changed to the Same Value as a Fifth Drawn from Another Pack No. 8, four cards change (via Glide) to card selected from forcing deck 194
Ellis Stanyon The "Fin-de-Siècle" Forcing Pack of Cards No. 9, long-short deck, Mene-Tekel "first sold by W. D. Le Roy"
- First Arrangement and Tricks with Same (long-short menetekel deck, with some basic applications)
195
Unknown The "Ae-Di-Tse-Tal" Forcing Pack No. 10, "Latest Idea" backwards, every other card corner short
(a) Mind Reading
(b) To Cut an Odd or Even Number
196
Ellis Stanyon The "Svengali" Wonder Forcing Pack No. 11, with a few applications, see following items, "first sold by W. D. Le Roy", short cards or just corner shorted 197
Ellis Stanyon (a) stop trick 197
Ellis Stanyon (b) stabbing location 198
Ellis Stanyon (c) Svengali deck as forcing deck 198
Ellis Stanyon The Double "Forcing" Pack No. 12, different forcing cards cut on different corners or angleVariations 198
Ellis Stanyon The Triple "Forcing" Pack No. 13, for three cardsInspired by 200
Ellis Stanyon The Combination "Fin-de-Siècle" Magic Pack No. 14, combination of Svengali and Mene-Tekel, triplets with different cuts 200
Ellis Stanyon The Forcing and Self-shifting Pack No. 15, card comes to top again without skill, as tool 201
Ellis Stanyon The Multiple Shift Pack No. 16, using menetekel deck as tool 201
Ellis Stanyon Three Cards Produced from a Pack Shuffled in a Hat No. 17, deck shuffled in hat, yet three previous selections found 201
Dr. Ford Rogers The Forcing Pack that May be Genuinely Shuffled No. 18, peek-pairs with short force cards 202
Ellis Stanyon The "Ivory" versus "Air Cushion" Finish No. 19, card replaced in deck with different finish 202
Ellis Stanyon The "Key" Card Forcing and Self-shifting Pack No. 20, having a piece of metal around one end of a card (similar to paper clip) as key card
- The "Waterfall" Shuffle (with the key card)
- Dispensing with the "Key"
- "Bridging"
- To Force any Tow Cards (performer cuts apparently randomly)
Related to 203
Ellis Stanyon Three Persons Select the Same Card No. 21 205
Ellis Stanyon The Chosen Card Is Dropped at a Given Signal No. 22, dribble force with tactile key cardRelated to 205
Ellis Stanyon The "Anstro" Forcing Deck No. 23, long-short deck with both cards forcing cards
- Suggested Effect (two cards selected and then spectators find each other's cards)
205
Ellis Stanyon The "Monte Cristo" Forcing Pack No. 24, one-way forcing deck with fake indifferent indices on all cards
- Suggested Effects (thought reading, prediction)
206
Ellis Stanyon The Master Mystery Forcing Pack No. 25, three banks divided by long cards: 1-0-1 with force cards, alternating pairs, 1-0-1 with different force card
- To Produce a Card at Any Number
- Knife Thrust between Two Chosen Cards
206
Ellis Stanyon The Pack Is Wrapped in Paper and a Knife Passed between Two Chosen Cards No. 26, twenty-six force pairs 207
Karl Fulves Chapter 12: Besauté (Stripper) and Cornered Packs chapter intro 208
Ellis Stanyon Description of the Pack No. 1 208
Ellis Stanyon To Imperceptively Turn the Pack 208
Ellis Stanyon To "Cut" at the Card No. 2, cutting at selection 208
Ellis Stanyon To Blow the Card from a Pack No. 3 209
Ellis Stanyon To Separate Red from Black Cards No. 4 209
Ellis Stanyon To Draw Picture Cards from a Pack No. 5 209
Ellis Stanyon To Draw the Card from a Pack in a Person's Pocket No. 6 209
Ellis Stanyon To Pass the Card from a Pack into a Person's Pocket No. 7, deck put in spectator's pocket and removed again, then selection travels into pocket 209
Ellis Stanyon To Name Cards Before Removing Them from a Pack under a Handkerchief No. 8 209
Ellis Stanyon To Draw Cards from a Pack One After Another No. 9 210
Ellis Stanyon To Pass the Chosen Card Through a Handkerchief No. 10 210
Ellis Stanyon With a Confederate No. 11, confederate has the card replaced reversed 210
Ellis Stanyon To Name the Number of Cards in the "Cut" No. 12 210
Ellis Stanyon To Draw One to Ten Cards No. 13, requested number of cards cut 210
Ellis Stanyon The Card Is Found at Any Number No. 14, glide 211
Ellis Stanyon To Drop All but the Chosen Card No. 15, dribble force to oneself with stripper deck 211
Ellis Stanyon The Inseparable Knaves No. 16, quartet shuffled into deck and found again 211
Ellis Stanyon The Animated Card No. 17, card rises out of tabled spread 211