46 pages (Stapled), published by Magic Limited
Illustrated with drawings
Language: English
56 entries
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Tan Hock Chuan Introduction
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Tan Hock Chuan A Useful Card Frame Playing card appears in empty picture frame
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Tan Hock Chuan One Handed Card Rise Pinky action
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Tan Hock Chuan Another Torn Corner Location Quickly locating a card with a torn corner in the deck
Inspired by
  • Torn Corner Location (Lewis Ganson, Abra 255)
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Tan Hock Chuan Your Card at Your Number Three cards selected and lost, found at three named numbers
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Tan Hock Chuan Surprising Location Spectator thinks of a card in poker hand, magician divines
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Tan Hock Chuan Seven's a Most Magical Number Spectator chooses a card out of seven, magician divines
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Tan Hock Chuan Matched Before Chosen Magician sets aside two random cards, spectator chooses random card, the two random cards reveal suit and value of selection
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Tan Hock Chuan Mind Reading
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Tan Hock Chuan Sympathetic Transposition S.B.S. Deck, any four cards transpose between spectator and magician's decks
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Tan Hock Chuan Prediction Duo Predict two cards selected
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Tan Hock Chuan The Breakthru Rough and smooth Mene Tekel deck, can be used for Card to Wallet
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Tan Hock Chuan Spell your Card Spectator thinks of one card from a group of six, spells to find it
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Tan Hock Chuan Secret Sortilege Spectator places a random number of cards in their pocket, after some dealing and discarding, magician can tell how many cards are in their pocket
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Tan Hock Chuan Controlled Choice Spectator chooses any card from a row of six on a stand, prediction matches
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Tan Hock Chuan Eclipse Discovery Selection rises from a tumbler as a cardboard cylinder covering the tumble is lifted up, card can be seen through window
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Tan Hock Chuan Dye Your Own Silks Method on dyeing in your own silks
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Tan Hock Chuan Silks - A Quick Restoration Cut and restored silk
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Tan Hock Chuan Reel-less Transformation Picture of rabbit on cloth changes into duck, small gag
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Tan Hock Chuan A Very Tight Knot How to untie a knot in a human hair, bar bet
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Tan Hock Chuan Magical Separation Red and black beads mixed in tumbler, they magically separate
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Tan Hock Chuan Percolation Extraordinary Three tied silks placed in tumbler, middle silk melts through bottom
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Tan Hock Chuan The Favorite Number Improved Number stunt, spectator name any digit, you multiply two digits to produce string of repeated named digits
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Tan Hock Chuan The Dissolving Ball Red ball dissolves in water, turns water red
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Tan Hock Chuan Watered Wine Water changes into wine, and back into water
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Tan Hock Chuan Line of Silks Spectator calls out order of colors for three silks, magicians pulls out three silks tied in that order
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Tan Hock Chuan Sands of Gobi Teaches method on how to make the sand, plus a simple handling
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Tan Hock Chuan Milko Multum Im Parvo Milk poured from different sizes glasses, always fill up to the brim. After milk is drunk, final glass vanishes
Related to
  • "Milko Multum Im Parvo" (Benson DuLay, Magic Wand, Dec 1946)
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Tan Hock Chuan Chuan's Multiple Melting Knots
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Tan Hock Chuan Tri-Cut Twine Bundled rope is cut in three places, restores
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Tan Hock Chuan The Singapore Twist Rope looped around thumb loosely, melts through
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Tan Hock Chuan Chuan's Appearing Knot
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Tan Hock Chuan The Box from Singapore Production Box
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Tan Hock Chuan Invisible Santa Christmas stocking placed in box, comes out filled with goodies
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Tan Hock Chuan Unhungry Bunny Bunny placed in box, "disappear", bulge under tablecloth shown to be cabbage
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Tan Hock Chuan Matter Through Matter Solid cube melts through glass of water
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Tan Hock Chuan Night-Club Double Box Illusion
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Tan Hock Chuan Singapore Screen Three fold screen, produce two girls
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Tan Hock Chuan Amazia - Wonder Rising Cards Rising cards, three selections rise out from deck placed under glass dome
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Tan Hock Chuan Sawing Balloons in Half
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Tan Hock Chuan Confetti Surprise Bill placed in envelope and burnt, found restored in the middle of a tumbler of confetti
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John Chia I have your Number Matches in spectator's hand is the same number as the magician's matches
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Tan Hock Chuan The Long Match Burnt, blackened match can be made longer than the original match, bar bet / stunt
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Unknown Trapped Smoke Producing smoke from saucer. Uses the oily remnants from burning the striking pad on matchbox
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Tan Hock Chuan Match Surgery Broken match is restored after being wrapped in paper
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Tan Hock Chuan Children's Speller Spelling trick with picture cards for children, spectator spells and gets wrong card, magician always gets the right card
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Ken De Courcy Discatorial Multiphase routine with four colored discs.
  • Magician divines which color has been selected
  • Magician pulls out any color called for
  • Magician predicts the order of colors chosen
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Tan Hock Chuan The Reappearing Pearls String of pearls appear in empty box
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Tan Hock Chuan Astral Coin Coin travels from under one card to another card
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Tan Hock Chuan Moon Rock Mystery Small rock grows into large rock after light is shone on it
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Tan Hock Chuan Simplicity Divination Magician divines color of ball placed in envelope
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Tan Hock Chuan Ribbon Fantastique Plastic sheet threaded onto frame by ribbon can be pulled free
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Tan Hock Chuan New Brandy and Water Separation Brandy poured into water, remains floating on water
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Tan Hock Chuan The Chameleon Ball Ball changes color from red to green to white to yellow, no shells
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Tan Hock Chuan, Tom Sellers Prolong the Play Four strings instead of three, ring jumps from rope to rope
Inspired by
  • "Change-Over Ring" (Tom Sellers, Magic Wand, Vol. 43, No. 244, Dec 1964)
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Tan Hock Chuan Knife Through Coat
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Data entered by Harapan Ong.