1977
Written by Philip T. Goldstein
Work of Philip T. Goldstein
20 pages (Stapled), published by Selfpublished
No illustrations
Language: English
27 entries
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Philip T. Goldstein Introduction
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Philip T. Goldstein Jumping Bean Aces
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Unknown Add-On
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Unknown Mexican Turnover switching one while turning over a packet
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Philip T. Goldstein Bop Aces
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Philip T. Goldstein Relative Interchange ace to four transpose one by one with four red cards
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Philip T. Goldstein Brimstone Elevator color change climax
Inspired byAlso published here 7
Philip T. Goldstein Deca Oil & Water 5x5
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Philip T. Goldstein Mixtant colors mix 4&4
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Philip T. Goldstein Up & Down Mixtant 4&4 cards mix face up and face down
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Philip T. Goldstein Shrink Wrap one of the kings shrink
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Philip T. Goldstein Palm Off
Variations 11
Philip T. Goldstein Search Party with two identical jokers
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Edward Marlo ATFUS
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Philip T. Goldstein Corrected Sandwich sandwich effect, then card transpose with another card
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Philip T. Goldstein Twisted Location with finding a selection as a kicker
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Philip T. Goldstein Fraud Collectors
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Philip T. Goldstein Second Fraud
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Philip T. Goldstein Snap Collectors Snap Differential with collectors finale
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Unknown Snap Over Change
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Philip T. Goldstein Transfourmation aces transform into king, then backs change too
Inspired by
  • Jerry K. Hartman's "Transfourence" in " Card Fare"
Also published here
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Philip T. Goldstein Impolite Aces cutting to the red aces, they change into the black aces and the red ones are found reversed in the deck
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Frederick Braue Braue Reversal
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Philip T. Goldstein 2-4-1
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Philip T. Goldstein Propelled Penetration card through magazine
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Edward Marlo, Carmen D'Amico Propelled Lapping
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Philip T. Goldstein Disguise aces, slop shuffle, three aces + x, x is transformed into last ace
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Data entered by Lorenz Schär.