to cause a number of cards to multiply invisibly in a person's keeping \n cutoff packet weighed, then it multiplies \n unknown
1876
modern magic

To cause a Number of Cards to Multiply invisibly in a Person's keeping

1876


84



cards judged by weight, and the multiplication of cards \n two routines (second one by roberthoudin) \n jeaneugène roberthoudin
1889
tricks with cards
JeanEugène RobertHoudin

Cards Judged by Weight, and the Multiplication of Cards

1889


122



the multiplying and vanishing cards \n three cards selected, which are then multiplied (e.g. a dozen aces of hearts), then all duplicates vanished \n professor hoffmann
1889
tricks with cards
Professor Hoffmann

The Multiplying and Vanishing Cards

1889


198



the multiplying and vanishing cards \n single card "reproduces" into duplicates, repeated with other cards, duplicates vanished again, pull \n professor hoffmann
1890
more magic
Professor Hoffmann

The Multiplying and Vanishing Cards

1890


131



too many or little cards \n deck counted a few times, number is always different, palming off and adding cards \n unknown
1897
die zauberwelt

Too Many or Little Cards

Feb. 1897


20



kartenvermehrung unter den händen der zuschauer \n "berndt", spectator counts a cutoff packet, three cards travel from deck to packet \n dr. reinhard rohnstein \n fr. berndt
1904
der zauberspiegel
Dr. Reinhard Rohnstein, Fr. Berndt

Kartenvermehrung unter den Händen der Zuschauer

Nov. 1904


186



gedankenassoziation \n twenty cards on table, sixspot chosen, six cards become twentysix, repeated with named number, amount of dealt cards also predicted \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n association of thoughts \n johann nepomuk hofzinser
1910
kartenkünste
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

GedankenAssoziation

Also published here

1910


11



the multiplication of cards while in the someones hands \n cutoff amount divined, then number increased in spectator's hands, translated by hugard \n jeannicholas ponsin
1940
more card manipulations
JeanNicholas Ponsin

The Multiplication of Cards While in the Someones Hands

1940


31



there's five aces! \n four aces are counted as five as a gag \n cy endfield \n bill simon \n endfieldsimon count \n cy endfield \n bill simon \n the false count \n edward marlo
1955
cy endfield's entertaining card magic — part ii
Cy Endfield, Bill Simon

There's Five Aces!

Related toAlso published here

1955


44



counting the cards \n six cards counted off by spectator, spectator miscounts repeatedly, performer counts these cards as more cards, up to ten, spectators get packets to follow along, cards across with two packets of ten cards, finally half the deck travels from one spectator to another who was holding the other half
 phase i  "give me six cards"
 phase ii  "call a number from six to ten"
 phase iii  "call a number less than six"
 phase iv  "did you see how i did that?"
 phase v  "how many did we have?"
 phase vi  "passing the cards"
 phase vii  "finale" \n matt schulien
1959
the magic of matt schulien
Matt Schulien

Counting the Cards

1959


83



card production \n packet of five cards increases to ten, then to twenty, sleeving \n dai vernon \n the sixcard repeat mystery \n dai vernon
1975
magic with faucett ross
Dai Vernon

Card Production

Related to

1975


220



multum in parvo \n \n karl fulves
1976
epilogue
Karl Fulves

Multum In Parvo

1976


293



a subtle poker move \n performer's cards multiply from five to about fifteen, then the spectator's cards as well \n paul harris \n a subtle poker move (revised) \n paul harris \n the bugs bunny deal \n steve mayhew
1979
closeup entertainer
Paul Harris

A Subtle Poker Move

Variations

1979


60



"i can't do this trick!" \n color changing back kicker \n doug edwards \n harry lorayne
1987
apocalypse
Doug Edwards, Harry Lorayne

"I Can't Do This Trick!"

Aug. 1987


1381



the multiplying kings \n selection placed with kings, kings become various number of cards and suit combinations, selection face up in deck \n brother john hamman \n trost on hamman's "multiplying kings" \n nick trost \n dan block
1989
the secrets of brother john hamman
Brother John Hamman

The Multiplying Kings

Variations

1989


129



count wakeman \n counting trick ten card packet that never has ten cards, then it has fiftyone cards with only selection remaining \n randy wakeman
1989
randy wakeman presents
Randy Wakeman

Count Wakeman

1989


25



the shifting sands of tutankhamen \n mathematical counting trick with pyramid layout \n ken krenzel
1990
closeup impact!
Ken Krenzel

The Shifting Sands of Tutankhamen

1990


20



a handy transformation \n four cards change to single card (selection) in spectators hands \n larry jennings \n a handy transformation \n larry jennings \n whiplash \n andi gladwin
1990
up in smoke and other tantalizing mysteries
Larry Jennings

A Handy Transformation

Related toAlso published here

1990


18



eight to twelve \n two spectators hold amount of cards, number of cards changes several times \n eddie fechter \n "eight to twelve" in "the linking ring" february, 1973.
1993
fechter
Eddie Fechter

Eight to Twelve

Also published here "Eight to Twelve" in "The Linking Ring" February, 1973.

1993


159



unit grip addition \n two cards become 5 \n gene maze
1994
gene maze and the art of bottom dealing
Gene Maze

Unit Grip Addition

1994


135



pile drivers \n six piles are formed with a spade spot card on top of each that corresponds to number of cards in pile, spectator mixes up spades and some piles and spades are eliminated, spectator deals remaining spades onto the remaining piles and the values match up with the piles they are dealt onto \n jerry k. hartman \n pile drivers \n jerry k. hartman \n count me in again \n roy walton
1994
magic
Jerry K. Hartman

Pile Drivers

Inspired byAlso published here

June 1994


53



pile drivers \n six piles are formed with a spade spot card on top of each that corresponds to number of cards in pile, spectator mixes up spades and some piles and spades are eliminated, spectator deals remaining spades onto the remaining piles and the values match up with the piles they are dealt onto \n jerry k. hartman \n pile drivers \n jerry k. hartman \n count me in again \n roy walton
1995
after craft
Jerry K. Hartman

Pile Drivers

Inspired byAlso published here

1995


176



a subtle poker move (revised) \n performer's cards multiply from five to about fifteen, in second round he has killer hand \n paul harris \n the bugs bunny dang deal \n steve mayhew \n a subtle poker move \n paul harris \n the subtlest poker move of all \n ashford kneitel
1996
the art of astonishment — book 2
Paul Harris

A Subtle Poker Move (revised)

Inspired byVariations

1996


123



rollinshammanlonge routine \n \n walter rollins \n brother john hamman \n bob longe \n "one too many" (bob longe, 101 amazing card tricks, 1993) \n seven card count \n nick trost \n six cards  three black and three red \n walter rollins \n brother john hamman \n nick trost
1997
the card magic of nick trost
Walter Rollins, Brother John Hamman, Bob Longe

RollinsHammanLonge Routine

Inspired byRelated to "One Too Many" (Bob Longe, 101 Amazing Card Tricks, 1993)
Also published here

1997


21



countrevertable aces \n aces removed from deck, one travels to himber wallet, repeat, then there are five aces and one is put in wallet, repeat, red aces remain, transpose with black aces in wallet \n wesley james \n gadabout aces \n edward marlo \n countrevertable aces \n wesley james
1997
the magical record and thoughts of wesley james
Wesley James

CountRevertable Aces

Inspired byAlso published here

1997


83



countrevertable aces \n aces removed from deck, one travels to himber wallet, repeat, then there are five aces and one is put in wallet, repeat, red aces remain, transpose with black aces in wallet \n wesley james \n countrevertable aces \n wesley james
1998
the himber wallet book
Wesley James

CountRevertable Aces

Also published here

1998


143



reverse logic \n nine cards counted off, one card added, they are eight, then seven, ... a selection is also found at the end \n david acer
1999
natural selections — volume ii
David Acer

Reverse Logic

1999


79



the subtlest poker move of all \n in final phase performer's cards multiply from five to about fifteen \n ashford kneitel \n a subtle poker move (revised) \n paul harris
1999
cyber sessions
Ashford Kneitel

The Subtlest Poker Move of All

Inspired by

1999


144



association of thoughts \n twenty cards on table, sixspot chosen, six cards become twentysix \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n gedankenassoziation \n johann nepomuk hofzinser
2002
hofzinser's card tricks
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

Association of Thoughts

Also published here

2002


22



a handy transformation \n four cards change to single card in spectators hands \n larry jennings \n a handy transformation \n larry jennings
2005
up in smoke
Larry Jennings

A Handy Transformation

Also published here

2005


1



the thirteen card dilemma \n no sleights \n jim steinmeyer
2006
further impuzzibilities
Jim Steinmeyer

The Thirteen Card Dilemma

2006


22



trost on hamman's "multiplying kings" \n five cards become eight kings, selection travels to deck \n nick trost \n dan block \n the multiplying kings \n brother john hamman
2008
subtle card creations — volume 1
Nick Trost, Dan Block

Trost on Hamman's "Multiplying Kings"

Inspired by

2008


6



the bugs bunny dang deal \n performers hand suddenly has over fifteen cards, in the next round the spectator's hand grows and performer has royal flush \n steve mayhew \n a subtle poker move (revised) \n paul harris \n the bugs bunny deal \n steve mayhew
2011
full frontal mayhew
Steve Mayhew

The Bugs Bunny Dang Deal

Inspired byAlso published here

2011


3



mayhew monte explosion \n three cards transform into royal flush as climax, including variation where they become ten cards \n steve mayhew \n mayhew monte explosion \n steve mayhew
2011
full frontal mayhew
Steve Mayhew

Mayhew Monte Explosion

Also published here

2011


9



double deal \n two cards chosen, they multiply to a number that matches their number, then one packet becomes the fourofakind to match selection, the other packet the full suit \n steven hamilton \n "big deal" (roy walton, abra #1881)
2013
the magic of steven hamilton
Steven Hamilton

Double Deal

Inspired by "Big Deal" (Roy Walton, Abra #1881)

2013


142



mayhew monte explosion \n three cards transform into royal flush as climax, including variations where they become ten cards \n steve mayhew \n mayhew monte explosion \n steve mayhew
2014
mayhew
Steve Mayhew

Mayhew Monte Explosion

Also published here

2014


71



the bugs bunny deal \n performers hand suddenly has over fifteen cards, in the next round the spectator's hand grows and performer has royal flush \n steve mayhew \n the bugs bunny dang deal \n steve mayhew \n a subtle poker move \n paul harris
2014
mayhew
Steve Mayhew

The Bugs Bunny Deal

Inspired byAlso published here

2014


123



symphony \n variation of hofzinser ace problem, ace with the same suit as the selection turns reverses itself, then packet of four aces transforms into all the thirteen values of the selected suit \n yohei kawabata
2017
grace
Yohei Kawabata

Symphony

2017


31



strange concordance 23332 \n spectator says stop during running cut, then two cards chosen, their values are used as digits and tell how many cards are cut off, then digits are reversed and the number of cards changes to match, setup available from mnemonica stack \n tomás giammarco
2023
the hermit
Tomás Giammarco

Strange Concordance 23332

June 2023


848


