Written by Harry Lorayne
Work of Harry Lorayne
68 pages (Stapled), published by Louis Tannen
Illustrated with drawings by William A. Morales
Language: English
24 entries
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Harry Lorayne Foreword
Harry Lorayne, Al Leech One-Eyed Jack Sandwich card sandwiched, sandwich in middle of deck, turns out to be later selection
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Edward Marlo Pinky Pulldown
Harry Lorayne Color Coincidence all cards except two selections change color
Simple Lap card thumbed off
Harry Lorayne Out of my Control standard psychological stop effect, with outs
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Harry Lorayne Criss-Cross one phase only, repeated as challenge, for credit comments see page 16 of Kabbala, Vol. 2
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Harry Lorayne Scoop Up Lapping
Harry Lorayne Interlaced Location two selections found, one by faro, one by magic
Double Under-Cut brief
Sandwich Load standard peeling
U. F. Grant, Harry Lorayne Impromptu Out of this World
VariationsAlso published here 26
Harry Lorayne Hummer Addition spectator reverses some cards, below table magician reverses more so named total is achieved, as kicker all are one color
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Harry Lorayne Aces Only - With Kings Aces are spelled to, then Kings are found as well, faro
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  • Linking Ring, May 1964
Harry Lorayne Toss-In Reverse card is tossed in tabled deck and instantly reversed, table edge cover
Variations 38
Harry Lorayne Quickie Effect with Toss-In Reverse, spectator cuts to his reversed card
Harry Lorayne Toss-In Lap
Harry Lorayne Any Four of a Kind strategy for producing any four of a kind named by spectator while only setting up three sets
Variations 41
Harry Lorayne Lorayne's Transposition Breakthrough #1 no duplicate
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Harry Lorayne Lorayne's Transposition Breakthrough #2 one card odd-backed
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Harry Lorayne Your Choice Ace to Three are displayed, chosen card changes into selection, inspired by Vernon's trick
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Harry Lorayne Pseudo Memory #1 apparently order of shuffled deck is remembered
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Harry Lorayne Pseudo Memory #2 apparently order of shuffled deck is remembered, position of cut-to card is named
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Harry Lorayne Last Word
Data entered by Denis Behr, September 2009.