Written by Steve Beam
Work of Steve Beam
46 pages (Paperback), published by Trapdoor Productions
Illustrated with photographs
Language: English
23 entries
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Steve Beam Introduction
Steve Beam The Layover Aces appear one by one when the deck is turned over in hands
Also published here 3
Jerry Andrus, Steve Beam Back Jog Turnover Variation
Inspired by 4
Steve Beam Card Compression four Aces compressed into two Tos, into a Four, then card vanishes
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Dai Vernon Through-the-Fist Flourish
Don Morris Prayer Production hands held in prayer production and card is produced
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Steve Beam The Queen Doesn't Know Jack spelling multiple words to find selection, humorous presentation
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Steve Beam World Piece
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Steve Beam Quick Change Aces change to Kings and back
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Dai Vernon Strip-Out Addition brief
Steve Beam Flashpoint production of four Kings
Related to 18
Steve Beam The Third-Finger Buckle
  • The Partial Packet Switch
Related toAlso published here 19
Steve Beam Twister color change using Tenkai Palm
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Steve Beam Visual Transposition using the Twister move
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Steve Beam Progressive Mating Season (VII) multiphase routine
Related toAlso published here 27
Steve Beam The One-Handed Gloviczki production of a card, sticking out of a fan
Inspired by
  • Peter Gloviczki's "Pop Out Aces" in "Genii" June, 1971.
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Steve Beam The Ripper two cards are lost and found using Mary Kinson's "Fan-See Card"
Inspired byAlso published here 33
Steve Beam Recommended Reading bibliography
Steve Beam Three-Piece Combo combination of One-Handed Gloviczki and The Ripper
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Steve Beam X-Change two cards change to selections when halves are rubbed against each other face to face and perpendicular
Inspired by
  • Mark Aspiazu's "Easy Kelly Change" in "The Second Deal"
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Steve Beam No-Filler Killer using the principle of Miracle Mix-Up / Remote Control
Inspired by
  • Jack Yates' "Miracle Mix-up" in "Abbott's Anthology of Card Magic Vol. 3"
Also published here
Steve Beam More than Just a Snappy Dresser selected card vanishes and reappears printed on the Joker card, being held by the Joker
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Steve Beam Ground Control combination force and control based upon Hindu Shuffle Force.
Data entered by Lorenz Schär, April 2020.