312 entries in Spongeball
  
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Laurie Ireland Ireland's Three Sponge Ball Trick Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1936) 11
Unknown Gimmicks for Sponge Balls holders and comments Greater Magic 657
John Northern Hilliard Sponge Balls Greater Magic 651
Unknown A Sponge Ball Routine several phases, hollow egg or lemon finale Greater Magic 654
Henry Gordien Another Sponge Ball Routine Variations Greater Magic 656
Laurie Ireland Bg and Little Sponge Ball Transposition Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1938) 3
Unknown To Palm a Sponge Ball Greater Magic 653
Unknown The Fist Vanish for several balls one by one Greater Magic 652
Unknown A Sponge Ball Speciality phase with spectator's hand The Magic Annual for 1938 and 1939 73
Dr. L. Rothbart Surprise Sponge Climax three sponges two in spectator's hand, when spectator opens his hand, several small ones appearRelated to Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2, No. 7) 2
Unknown The Three Wandering Sponge Balls spectator's hand and two in the hand, one in the pocket Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 1 163
Unknown The Four Traveling Balls sponge balls to hat, final load, extra ball Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 1 170
Unknown Small Balls Finish bunch of small balls appears Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 1 169
Robert A. Nelson Peter Rabbit Goes to Town Sponge rabbit routine, with offspring climax My Best 182
Milbourne Christopher Sponge Ball Idea sticking sponge ball on end of pencil before production Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3, No. 8) 185
Hubert Lambert The Leapin' Leprechauns small sponge balls under glass, glass covered with newspaper, large ball finish Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1948) 30
Roy Benson Spongeball Vanish with a wand The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 156) 627
Roy Benson It's Magic Benson bowl routineRelated toVariationsAlso published here The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 156) 627
Cy Keller Shmoology ideas for comic figure "Shmoo", imp bottle, sponge rabbits The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 179) 717
Ronald B. Edwards Spongball Levitation in a glass The Phoenix 201 - 250 (Issue 206) 824
Charles R. Blyth, Jr. Chameleon Sponge Ball! red and blue sponge ball change places in spectator's and performer's hand, then ball in performer's hand vanishes and spectator has two green balls in his hand The Phoenix 201 - 250 (Issue 214) 857
Don Alan It's Flashy! sponge balls appear in a flash, with flash paper Close-Up Time wit Don Alan 5
Edward Marlo Three Ball Routine "same principles and ideas can be applied to sponges"Related to Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 9
Dr. Stanley Jaks Sponge Ball Routine three sponges two in spectator's hand, third vanishes and when spectator opens his hand, fifty small ones appearRelated toAlso published here Who is this Dr. Jaks? 4
Roy Benson Spongeball Vanish with a wand Classic Secrets of Magic 209
Roy Benson Benson Bowl VariationsAlso published here Classic Secrets of Magic 209
Don Alan Don Alan's Finish for the Benson Bowl Classic Secrets of Magic 214
Bill Simon Sponge Surprise fifteen to twenty small sponge balls appear Sleightly Sensational 33
Irving "Thimblini" Garfinkel Pushing Sponges Thru the Knee The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 313) 56
Frank Garcia Now U See It Now U Dont pop-up move with sponge ball The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 307) 26
Don Alan Bowl or Cup Load finish for benson bowl routine, paper napkin wrapped on bowl, production of handkerchiefsVariations Pretty Sneaky 42
James G. Thompson Jr., Franklin V. Taylor Cups and Balls - Taylor's Cups and Balls Variation
- Cups and Balls, classic routine with three cups
- Benson Bowl Routine Variation
Inspired by Top Secrets of Magic 93
Slydini Vanishing Sponge Balls four balls vanish and reappear, lapping 26 Originals 19
Slydini Lapping Vanish with sponge ball 26 Originals 19
Bobby Bernard Spooky Sponge sponge ball is put in a bowl and grows, miniature globe with hole Magic in Miniature 5
Dr. Stanley Jaks Die Schaumgummibälle three sponges two in spectator's hand, third vanishes and when spectator opens his hand, fifty small ones appearAlso published here Dr. Stanley-Jaks und seine Geheimnisse 18
Thomas M. Jacobsen Crazy Sponge black sponge ball changes into a red one, then it splits into smaller balls and one ball changes into a coin The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 386) 371
Robert "Bob" J. Gunther, Don Nielson On Nielson's "Problem in Prophecy" using sponge ballsInspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 1, No. 4) 20
Remo Inzani Sponge Ball Routine potato as finale The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 297
Fred Kaps Chinese Chow spongeball under bowl multiplies and then fruits appear, with chopsticksInspired by The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 304
Phoa Yan Tiong Rice Bowl and Balls two final loads under bowl The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 310
Lewis Ganson A Little Squeeze history and comments on sponge balls The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 297
Audley Walsh First Method spongeball vanish The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 303
Remo Inzani Second Method The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 304
Robert E. Neale Insideout & Stretchit topological origami tube for several effects:
- Stretchit
- Insideout
- The Chinese Wand
- Additional Notes
- With a Sponge Ball
- The Square Circle
- Flexible Transpo
for simplified folding method see reference
Related toVariationsAlso published here Epilogue (Issue 2) 14
Dan Tong Rabbits' Habits HEX! 72
Roy Johnson Sponges with purse frame, mini sponge ball climax Second Time Around 27
Roy Johnson Sponge Ball Vanish in purse frame Second Time Around 28
Bob McAllister Cavorting Sponge Balls four small sponge balls, matrix routine Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 7 365
Steve Spillman Challenge Vanish! in thumb tipRelated to The Compleat Magick - Volume 1 (Issue 43) 212
Jerry Mentzer Something From Something production from sponge ball Close-up Cavalcade 116
Jerry Mentzer Sponge Shenanigans Close-up Cavalcade 119
Amedeo Vacca Spongeball "Split" ball split with finger Amedeo's Continental Magic 53
Stewart Judah Metamorphic Sponge routine with ball-to-cube item The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9, No. 10th Folio (Part One)) 805
Patrick Page 5. The Sponge Ball Move "two in the hand one in the pocket" sequence Ten Thoughts on Close-Up 4
Amedeo Vacca Knockout Sponge Vanish lapping Amedeo's Continental Magic 53
Jerry Mentzer Something from Something sponge ball multiplies into three ballsAlso published here
  • "Something from Something" (Linking Ring, February 1971)
Close Up Cues 1
Jerry Mentzer Sponge Shenanigans "two in the hands - one in the pocket" routine, with different ball or object as climax Close Up Cues 5
Francis Carlyle Sponge Ball Vanish The Magic of Francis Carlyle 158
Unknown "Wrapper Magic" sponge ball from cigar wrapper The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 25
Frank Garcia My Version of the "10" Count balls appear from purse frame The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 95
Unknown "The Slow Motion Transposition and Impromptu Routine" sponge from purse frame, split in two, one in each hand, travel into one The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 102
Unknown Flash Opening balls from flash paper flash The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 137
James Renaux Jimmy Reneaux's Idea The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 155
Frank Garcia The Grand Finale purse frame, many small balls appear The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 183
Frank Garcia Imaginary Sponge The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 200
Harvey Rosenthal A Novel Sponge Production Close-Up Sampler - Part 1 14
Karrell Fox The "Wiggly" Apple green balloon apple made, burst, a sponge rubber snake appears from within Clever.... Like a Fox 35
Unknown Cat Gut Vanish loop attached to ball The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 204
Frank Garcia The Soft Chop-Chop or You Don't Have to Be Chinese to Do This Trick chop cup routine with sponge balls, magnet in sponge The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 173
Philippe Fialho How to Make A Sponge Ultra Soft The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 203
Frank Garcia Retention, Vanishes, Take My Advice tips on vanishes The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 210
Bob Baxter The Rabbit Trick using sponge rabbits The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 219
Bob Baxter Sleightly Superlative The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 132
Karrell Fox The Enlarging Sponge Ball sponge ball wrapped in handkerchief, grows visibly Clever.... Like a Fox 33
Frank Garcia Right Through through table The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 142
John Benzais, Frank Garcia Sponge Through Table into Spectator's Hand The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 143
Unknown "The One, Two, Three Knock-Out Routine" The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 22
Al Cohn Al Cohn's Spongeball Routine The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 97
Frank Garcia Spur of the Moment Routine The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 111
Frank Garcia Short and Sweet The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 115
Frank Garcia The "Slick" Routine two in hand, one in pocket The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 118
Frank Garcia, George Schindler My Routine, By George! The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 125
Unknown Simply Commercial purse frame The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 128
Peter Samelson The Peter Principle The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 138
Frank Garcia Hanky Panky with handkerchief The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 147
John Francis Where Did They All Come From using Goshman cube sponge gaff The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 156
Frank Garcia Veil of Darkness with handkerchief The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 159
Unknown The Sacrosanct Routine flesh color ball as container The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 161
Father Cyprian Father Cyprian's Spongeball Routine The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 178
Frank Garcia Cute Opener The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 191
Frank Garcia My Tradeshow Spongeball Routine The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 198
Frank Garcia More Thoughts, Ideas and Reflections - Pop-Up Routine
- Interesting Start
- My Preferred Pop-Up Routine
- Different Method
The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 212
Peter Wong Peter Wong's Spongeball Routine The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 216
Slydini The Purse Frame sponge balls appear from purse frame, spectator's hand phase, small balls finaleRelated to The Best of Slydini ...and More 54
Patrick Page Sponge Ball Routine No. 2 several balls travel to spectator's hand The Big Book of Magic 122
Unknown The Jacket Lapel Move stealing from behind lapel The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 15
Frank Garcia Behind the Tie holdout behind the tie The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 16
Unknown Up to my Neck in Sponges to get an extra sponge ball into play The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 18
Unknown Let's Have Some Elbow Room to get an extra sponge ball into play The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 20
Unknown The Magic "10" Count - "Chinese Version" The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 91
Frank Garcia "Four Plus" - Second Version ten count with four sponge balls The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 93
Derek Dingle Undercover Move ball into spectator's hand The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 109
Peter Samelson The Drop Ploy subtlety for sponge-to-spectator's hand The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 140
Peter Samelson Peter's Switcheroo The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 141
Roger Klause Hidden Factor subtlety for hiding out palmed ball The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 187
Lenny Greenfader Mis-Direction The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 195
Frank Garcia Heavy Balls apparently balls are heavy, gag The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 197
Bob Baxter Within the Folds Knee Holdout The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 201
Frank Garcia Playing Cards to Balls sponge balls from card case, gag The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 199
Frank Garcia "Number One" Sponge idea The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 202
Frank Garcia Phantom Whiskey Glass The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 207
Frank Garcia Al Goshman's "Number Four" The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 218
Eddie Fields Spongeball Climax Spongeballs burst into flames The Artful Dodges of Eddie Fields 73
Al Cohn Spongeball to Rubber Nut The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 196
Mike Tannen, Bob Baxter Ball to Cube The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 203
Frank Garcia Hollow Egg and Lemon Idea The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 206
Frank Garcia Balls to Cube The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 206
Frank Garcia Box of Mystery box prop to transform sponge balls The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 208
Frank Garcia Rubber Frankfurter Finish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 219
Harvey Rosenthal New Theory Square-Circle die changes into sponge ball, metamorphosis change Close-Up Sampler - Part 1 8
Frank Garcia, Roy Benson Sometimes bowl routine The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 151
Frank Garcia, Slydini Head to Head Migratory Balls inspired by Slydini's "Balls into the Hat" The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 167
Bob Elliott The Bob Elliott Razzle Dazzler two in the hand, one in the pocket The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 171
Frank Garcia The Spongeball Trick thoughts on the ball to spectator's hand The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 192
Frank Garcia Ideas, Reflections and More Ideas ball to rolled up bill The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 194
Bob Baxter Criss-Cross subtlety for ball-into-spectator's hand The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 205
Frank Garcia Two in the Hand, One in the Pocket Bit The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 206
Frank Garcia Tablecloth Surprise ball appears under table cloth The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 208
Patrick Page The Sponge Ball Effect two in the hands routine The Big Book of Magic 115
Bob Baxter "The Mayfair Mountebank's Move" tips for holding out a sponge ball The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 26
Unknown Spongeball Back Palm The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 80
Unknown Classic Palm The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 125
Johnny Paul On Palming a Spongeball The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 202
Al Cohn Under the Jacket Move holdout edge of jacket The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 28
Unknown Ball Hideout small ball hidden behind large ball The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 100
Martin Gardner Holding Two As One Subtlety The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 107
Frank Garcia Pop Up Move The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 112
Unknown The Addition putting two together as one The Big Book of Magic 121
Frank Garcia "The Basic Garcia Master Move" The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 31
Unknown The "Clipped" Vanish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 35
Unknown "Exercise" The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 38
Unknown The One, Two, Three Vanish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 40
Bob Baxter Now You See It, Now You Don't The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 43
Bob Baxter Two to Nothing false transfer for 2 sponge balls The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 45
Frank Garcia, Audley Walsh Quick Vanish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 49
Frank Garcia The O.K. Vanish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 52
Unknown The Rolldown Animated Vanish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 55
Unknown The Bold Vanish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 57
Unknown The "Bluff" Vanish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 59
Unknown Another Bluff Vanish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 60
Unknown The Pretended Place Vanish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 62
Unknown The "Toss Vanish" The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 63
Unknown The Squeeze Vanish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 65
Unknown Pretend Take Vanish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 67
Frank Garcia Nip and Tuck No Skill Vanish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 69
Unknown "The Hook Vanish or Under The Nose Vanish" The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 71
Unknown The Impossible Challenge Vanish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 74
Unknown "The Back Palm Vanish" The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 79
Unknown "The Deliberate Vanish" The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 82
Mike Tannen "Mike Tannen's Fork Move" The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 84
Mike Tannen Tannen's "In" Move thumb tipRelated to The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 86
Frank Garcia The "Gaff" Vanish pull The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 88
Frank Garcia Spongeball Vanish The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 193
Patrick Snowden Sponge Ball Vanish Paul Harris Reveals Some Of His Most Intimate Secrets 57
Unknown The Pinch Vanish The Big Book of Magic 116
Unknown The Pull out Vanish "favourite with Al Goshman" The Big Book of Magic 118
Unknown The Perfect Sponge Ball Vanish The Big Book of Magic 120
Patrick Snowden The Super Bowl Paul Harris Reveals Some Of His Most Intimate Secrets 55
Erhard Liebenow Ball Production large ball appears behind a card Liebenow On Cards 6
Karl Fulves Sponge Ball Problem sponge ball inflates visibly or in paper bag, posed as problemRelated to Interlocutor (Issue 22) 85
John F. Mendoza The Bowl Routine longer combinationInspired by The Book of John 92
John C. Wagner Spongeball to Coin 7 Secrets 52
Roy Benson The Basic Move Benson vanish with wand The Book of John 97
Leo McCauley Coin Vanish coin or sponge ball, see p. 1166 for credit informationRelated to The Chronicles (Issue 7) 1131
Karrell Fox Havin' a Ball sponge balls appear and are put in paper bag, also invisibly with landing sound, giant sponge ball comes out of bag Another Book 184
Karrell Fox Dia-Ball-ical #124 one-to-four sequence, sponge balls Another Book 259
Karrell Fox Dia-Ball-ical #428 four-to-eight sequence, threaded sponge balls Another Book 261
Alan Wakeling The Pseudo Cup ungaffed cup, with sponges The Chop Cup Book 87
Slydini Encore Sponge Balls four balls vanish and reappear one at a time, follow up to "Purse Frame"Related to The Magical World of Slydini 10
Al Cohn Sponge Balls traveling into spectator's hand claimed by Cohn, see p. 1328 for further comment on the history (quote from Expert Manipulation Finale, Ganson) The Chronicles (Issue 21) 1268
Slydini Pop-Up Move with Sponges The Magical World of Slydini 10
Slydini Sponge Steal stolen from other hand and then lapped The Magical World of Slydini 11
Al Cohn False Transfer The Chronicles (Issue 21) 1268
Karrell Fox The "Jewish Triple" Bowl Production three final loads, bagel, cream cheese and padlocks Another Book 53
Johnny "J.J." Johnston Cointraption reverse coin through table, small trapdoor, spongball kicker Pabular (Vol. 6, No. 11) 936
Meir Yedid Sponge Balls: 2) Production stand-up, similar to billiard ball routine Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 3, No. 3) 316
Al Schneider Bar-None paper balls travel, vanish and reappear, inspired by Slydini, kind of sponge ball routine with crumpled napkins Al Schneider On Close-Up 96
Al Schneider Sponge Color Changer with thumb tip Al Schneider On Close-Up 105
Meir Yedid Sponge Balls: 1) Color Transposition Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 3, No. 3) 316
Mike Caveney, Duke Stern The Benson Plunger with a plunger, four phases, jumbo pill as klimaxInspired by Magicomedy 46
Johnny Thompson Benson's Bowl Related to Polished Polish Prestidigitation 7
Jim Ryan Jim Ryan's Classic Cups and Balls Routine three cups, three final loads, with purse frame and sponge ballsRelated to Jim Ryan Close-Up: The Famous Cups & Balls Routine 1
Jim Cellini Something for Nothing purse frame and sponge ball routine The Close-up Magic of Frank Garcia - Part I 85
Patrick Page Tip on Sponge Balls how to make them visible on banquet tables Pabular (Vol. 7, No. 1) 982
Daryl Martinez Peter Rabbit Hits the Big Time sponge rabbit routine For Your Entertainment Pleasure 11
Craig Keller SPCA sponge ball finds card Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5, No. 8) 670
Stephen Tucker Goodness Gracious Great Balls of ......Sponge? sponge rabbit climax, routine with two in the hand, one in the pocket phase Spell-Binder (Vol. 1, No. 11) 195
Meir Yedid Ribit-Rabbit sponge ball routine, with transformation to sponge rabbit climax Close-Up Hallucinations 23
Fernando Roman Sponge Chop appearance of a ball Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5, No. 7) 654
Paul Brignall Black Cubed coloring one shape of the Goshman ball-to-cube item Spell-Binder (Vol. 2, No. 16) 297
Stephen Tucker Ball-to-Cube Idea placing an item, like a coin, inside the Goshman item Spell-Binder (Vol. 2, No. 16) 297
Stephen Tucker A New Move with Sponge Eggs move to steal two balls in two in the hand, one in the pocket routines Spell-Binder (Vol. 1, No. 11) 196
Meir Yedid Half-Fist Sponge Steal Close-Up Hallucinations 24
Meir Yedid Tabled One-Hand Vanish Close-Up Hallucinations 25
Bob Chesbro Purse Frame small item like sponge ball appears from purse frame and vanishes therein The Tipnician 28
Daniel Kalanowski Thriller eating sponge ball, first biting part out then rest Spell-Binder (Vol. 3, No. 31) 607
Henry Mayol Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum two handlings for growing sponge balls Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 6, No. 8) 810
Stephen Tucker Into the Third Dimension splitting a sponge ball into two halves and putting them back again Spell-Binder (Vol. 2, No. 22) 415
Albert Goshman Sponge Ball into Spectators Hand idea for this classic The Collected Almanac (Vol. 1, No. 7) 64
Sol Stone, Unknown Spongeball Sequence The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2, No. Winter Extra) 162
Roger Klause Sponge Ball Up Sleeve sponge ball to spectator's sleeve, repeatVariations Encore III 73
Tommy Wonder Dice Climax climax for dice stacking routine, sponge 4 Fork Full of Appetizers - Book 2 137
Patrick Page A Spongeball Vanish & Reproduction with two spongeballs Book of Thumb Tips 27
Joe Safuto Sponge Away two balls, one travels from hand to hand Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 7, No. 4) 909
Danny Korem Malini On Stage two spectators on stage, sponge ball routine with paperballs over the head situation and balls appearing at spectator, then watch steal and coconut production from hat Korem without Limits 78
Albert Goshman A.G. Sponge Balls credit information, three different sized/colored sponge balls vanish and reappear in spectator's hand and under salt shaker. Magic By Gosh 53
Albert Goshman A.G. Bowl Routine sponge balls vanish and appear under bowl, bagel appears under bowl, coin appears under bagel. Magic By Gosh 123
Albert Goshman Two as one two spongeballs shown as one Magic By Gosh 56
Unknown Empty Hand hand palming spongeball appears empty Magic By Gosh 126
Roger Klause Sponge Vanish in thumb tipRelated to Korem without Limits 82
Meir Yedid Continuous Sponge Balls between fingers, at once Stage Stuff 47
Peter Samelson Routine Finale Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 9, No. 8) 1239
Ray Kosby One, Two, Three, 4 four sponge balls produced and put between fingers of the left hand, they change into a numeral four out of sponge Scratching the Surface 1
William Goodwin Delayed Pop-Up Move Scratching the Surface 2
John Carney Current Classic two spongeballs appear and travel together in spectator's hand Notebook 2
John Carney Sponge Ball Production visual Lecture Notes Collection (Issue Carney Uncovered) 1
Roberto Giobbi Just a word... on the presentation of the sponge routine 2 Stand-up Routines 15
John Carney Current Classic sponge ball appears, vanishes, reproduced from spectator's pocket, splitting in two, spectator's hand finish Lecture Notes Collection (Issue Carney Uncovered) 1
Gary Ouellet Sponge Ball Sleight Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 10, No. 9) 1402
Unknown The Scissors Vanish 2 Stand-up Routines 13
John Carney False Transfer Lecture Notes Collection (Issue Carney Uncovered) 2
Roberto Giobbi The Sponge and Bowl Routine multiple phases with final load, purse frame and bowl 2 Stand-up Routines 3
Karrell Fox "Shell-Shock" sponge balls appear under shells as finale My Latest Book 40
Kazuyoshi Hirachi Cell Division visible method to split a sponge ball in two New Magic Of Japan 40
John Cornelius Bowl Routine Cake Production final load for benson bowlRelated to Creative Secrets No. 1 16
Patrick Page Sponge Balls sponge ball production from purse frame The Purse Frame 5
Patrick Page Continuity producing sponge ball from purse frame after coin trick, routining The Purse Frame 5
Patrick Page Whisky Tot filled shot glass produced from purse frame The Purse Frame 16
Tom Ladshaw A Sponge or Two Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 12, No. 3) 1612
Dexter Cleveland The Sponger three phase routine, with sponge 4 The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 30) 530
Gary Ouellet Some Reflections on Sponge Ball Routining Close Up Illusions 64
Dave Dillon Pun-Ultimate Bunnies presentation and routine for Multiplying Rabbits The Minotaur (Vol. 2, No. 2) 4
Gary Ouellet The Odd Man Out Routine uses lapping Close Up Illusions 65
Gary Ouellet The Flying Imp Pass with sponge balls Close Up Illusions 67
Alexander de Cova Chopsticks and Sponges also with sponge eggsRelated toAlso published here Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 13, No. 3) 1755
Alexander de Cova Chop Stick Vanish sponge ball put in other hand with chop sticksAlso published here Horizons 35
Gary Ouellet The Push-Pinch Sponge Ball Vanish Close Up Illusions 61
John Carney Sponge Ball Production visualRelated to Carneycopia 4
Alexander de Cova Mikrofon-Gags 1. Das sich vergrößernde Mikrofon (growing sponge)
2. Probleme mit dem Mikro-Ständer
3. Das lange Mikrofon
Also published here Avantgarde Magic (Vol. 1, No. 2) 22
Alexander de Cova Mikrofon-Gags 1. Das sich vergrößernde Mikrofon (growing sponge)
2. Probleme mit dem Mikro-Ständer
3. Das lange Mikrofon
Also published here Das Alexander de Cova Seminar 20
Stephen Tucker Sponge Away Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 14, No. 4) 1910
Jason Krumholtz Crystal Clear using Glass and Balls Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 14, No. 12) 2008
John Carney Current Classic sponge ball appears, vanishes, reproduced from spectator's pocket, splitting in two, spectator's hand finish Carneycopia 3
Roger Klause The Sponge & Sleeve sponge ball vanishes and reappears in spectator's sleeve, effect repeatedInspired by Roger Klause: In Concert 25
John Carney False Transfer Carneycopia 6
Alexander de Cova Chop-Stick Vanish sponge ball put in other hand with chop sticksAlso published here Avantgarde Magic (Vol. 1, No. 3) 25
Steve Dusheck French Fried several sponge french fries vanish Dusheck's Thumb Tip Magic 15
Roger Klause The Sponge Ball Vanish with thumb tip Roger Klause: In Concert 28
John Swomley Hokey Pokey sponge ball move, one ball travels from performer's hand to second ball in spectator's hand The Minotaur (Vol. 4, No. 4) 5
Steve Dusheck French Fried thumb tip Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 15, No. 7) 2095
Alexander de Cova, Roy Benson Fake Transfer described with fake egg Ein Profi packt aus... 28
Alexander de Cova Chop Stick Vanish sponge ball put in other hand with chop sticksAlso published here Ein Profi packt aus... 172
Arturo de Ascanio, "Senator" Clark Crandall, Santiago de la Riva El Juego del Cubilete longer routine, jumbo balls finish La Magia de Ascanio - Vol. 4 150
Norman Beck Hatzoo routine for children, named animal is apparently produced from a hat, sponge turtle changes into a sponge bunny The Minotaur (Vol. 5, No. 1) 10
Patrick Page Das Verschwinden der "Page Boy" - Kugel while turning hand, bold vanishAlso published here Lecture Patrick Page 13
Chuck Smith Multiplying Rabbits small rabbits finale without need to go to pockets What If? 6
John Northern Hilliard Hilliard's Note on Gordien's Sponge Ball Routine Inspired by More Greater Magic 1144
Joe Rindfleisch Ball-Istic two billiard balls, one changes into sponge ball and back The Trapdoor - Volume Three (Issue 54) 1001
Bobby Bernard Four "Hits" and a "Miss" complete vanish Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 17, No. 8) 2398
Paul Gertner Triple Die-lemma bowl routine with dice & hat, two-in-the-hand, large and giant die climax Steel and Silver 167
Karl Norman Multiplying Rabbits foam rubber rabbits 40 Years at the Forks 60
Harold Cataquet Re-Retention Vanish Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 18, No. 7) 2531
Troy Hooser In the Round color change of sponge ball, two variations The Trapdoor - Volume Three (Issue 70) 1456
Bob Farmer Big Sponge Ball Vanish sponge ball rolled from cup into hand and seen, vanishes Cyclops 7
Doug Conn Spongology sponge bunnies routine intro Tricks of my Trade 58
Eugene Burger Sponges ending with eighteen sponges in spectators hand Mastering the Art of Magic 36
Unknown False Transfer The Award-Winning Magic of John Cornelius 153
John Cornelius The Ball, The Bowl, and the Big, Big Cake very involved cake production as final loadRelated to The Award-Winning Magic of John Cornelius 147
Slydini Slydini's Secret tan-colored sponge ball removed from bottomless cardboard box and vanished, repeated a few times, then box is lifted and there are only sponge balls in other colors Latter Day Secrets (Issue 7) 225
Alexander de Cova Gumball many sponge balls disappear from hand, gimmick Homemade Magic 12
Alexander de Cova, Roy Benson Verschwindegriff Homemade Magic 24
Alexander de Cova Benson Bowl Homemade Magic 23
Unknown W/Sponges kitchen sponge hinged open to reveal compartment, sponge ball intro Latter Day Secrets (Issue 10) 402
Sveroni Die Kunst der Ablenkung sponge balls routine, two in the hands element, color change of balls ... oder so! 28
Unknown Ball Steal sponge ball, from closed fist ... oder so! 28
Tom Stone Benson Burner stand-up Benson Bowl routine with dozens of sponge balls as final load Vortex 195
John Carney, Roberto Giobbi Flash Production of a Sponge Ball Related to Secret Agenda (Issue June 11) 174
Roberto Giobbi A Short Routine with Sponges using purse frame Secret Agenda (Issue June 10) 173
Roberto Giobbi Subtleties for Sponge Ball Magic Secret Agenda (Issue June 12) 175
David Williamson, Tom Stone Whirly Bird Vanish Variation Vortex 210
Unknown Spongeball Vanish Vortex 211
Tom Stone Black Drop black art, vanish of small object Vortex 206
Patrick Page The Sponge Ball Routine color, routining, words used etc Magic Page by Page 158
Alexander de Cova Bällchen growing sponge ball, another one transforms into little ones Seminar-Leviten 8
Al Schneider Sly Napkins paper balls travel, vanish and reappear, inspired by Slydini, kind of sponge ball routine with crumpled napkins Al Schneider Magic 226
Patrick Page Professional Sponge Ball Routine with four balls, spectator involved Magic Page by Page 160
Medjid Kan Rezvani Der Rezvani-Verschwindegriff Seminar-Leviten 5
Patrick Page The Vanish Magic Page by Page 161
Alexander de Cova Gedanken zur Rezvani-Schalenroutine Seminar-Leviten 5
Alexander de Cova De Covas Schalenroutine Seminar-Leviten 5
Patrick Page The Bowl Routine different bowl, hiding balls under it Magic Page by Page 164
Patrick Page Tambo Tambo benson bowl with a tambourine, coins as final load Magic Page by Page 189
Patrick Page The Purse Frame - Coin Production
- Sponge Balls
Magic Page by Page 170
Chris Westfall Nested In Nothing Empty purse frame produce another empty purse frame, then produce spongeball from it Calculated Chaos 41
Christian Scherer Der Meister der Kugeln ball and vase with sponge balls and wand, balls travel and change color, jumbo ball appears as a climaxInspired by
  • Charlie Frye's "Ball and Vase" on DVD "Eccentricks 3"
Schlaglichter 268
Dr. Stanley Jaks Multiball three sponges two in spectator's hand, third vanishes and when spectator opens his hand, fifty small ones appearAlso published here The Incredible Dr. Jaks 197
Christian Scherer Magisches Minigolf three golf balls vanish and appear under a bowl with a hole, then they appear in the box they were extracted in the beginning, with collapsible golf club as magic wand, crazy golf presentation Schlaglichter 376
Johnny Thompson Sponge into Spectator's Hand The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 239
Unknown Chinese Count sponge ball from hand to hand, credit information The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 235
Johnny Thompson Sponge Retention Pass The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 234
Johnny Thompson The Benson Bowl Related to The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 231