Written by Frank Garcia

Work of Father Cyprian

80 pages (Stapled), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with drawings by Richard Kaufman.
Language: English

(27 entries)


Creators Title Comments & References Page Categories
Frank Garcia Acknowledgements 4
Frank Garcia Introduction 9
Father Cyprian Swindle Cut Aces Aces lost and cut to by magicianRelated toVariations 10
Edward Victor, Father Cyprian Thumb Count Double Lift Related to 14
Charlier, Father Cyprian The One Handed Cut charlier cut to cut to reversed card as control 19
Father Cyprian Two Handed One Handed Cut cutting to reversed card 20
Father Cyprian The Spectator Cuts the Aces performer cuts to aces really, "painting" the aces on spectator's hand (friction), color changing back kicker 21
Father Cyprian Suitcase Charlie - The One Handed Gambler stack and deal, spectator apparently shuffles 23
Father Cyprian The Solid Gold Prediction prediction is duplicate with gold back 27
Father Cyprian Secret Turnover as deck is taken from spectator's hands 28
Father Cyprian Psychological Card to Pocket 30
Father Cyprian The Spectrum Effect two cards 32
Father Cyprian Any Four of a Kind any named four of a kind is found via mathematical digit-add force, stack 35
Unknown Digit-Add Force 36
Father Cyprian Four Ace Quickie 38
Bruce Cervon Half Cut Reverse no credit 39
Father Cyprian Quick Change 43
Father Cyprian Multiple Surprises ace cutting with color changing back kicker, different colors, four double backers 46
Father Cyprian Super Shuffle Four Ace Trick 47
Tenkai Ishida Optical Revolve 47
Father Cyprian Roll Your Own without rollingInspired by 51
Father Cyprian Hofzinser's Departure aces transform into selection, aces back in deck, double facer 54
Father Cyprian ATFUS Unload 57
Father Cyprian Royal Mounted Monte monte routine with five cards (royal flush), change to all aces, then 2s, royal flush back in deck, double backer 65
Theodore Annemann, Henry Christ Alignment Move 71
Unknown Diminishing Lift Sequence 75
Father Cyprian The Poetry of Magic - Interest
- Clarity
- Involvement of the Spectator