deviner d'avance le paquet de cartes qu'une personne choisira \n number of cards from a chosen packet is predicted \n unknown
1786
testament de jérôme sharp
Unknown

Deviner d'avance le paquet de cartes qu'une personne choisira

two heaps of cards, unequal in number, being placed upon the table, to predict beforehand which of the two the company will choose \n ambiguous prediction, two handlings (number of cards or values in pile & odd/even pile with palming) \n unknown
1876
modern magic
Unknown

Two Heaps of Cards, unequal in Number, being placed upon the Table, to predict beforehand which of the two the Company will choose

ambiguous prediction, two handlings (number of cards or values in pile & odd/even pile with palming)

two heaps of cards having been placed upon the table, to predict with certainty which heap a spectator will choose \n ambiguous prediction, two handlings (number of cards or values in pile & odd/even pile with palming) \n unknown
1889
tricks with cards
Unknown

Two Heaps of Cards having been placed upon the Table, to Predict with Certainty which Heap a Spectator will choose

ambiguous prediction, two handlings (number of cards or values in pile & odd/even pile with palming)

das vorherbestimmen menschlicher gedanken \n no. 6, spectator choses one of two piles, selection is predicted with "eight", one pile contains eights, the other eight cards \n unknown
1895
der kartenkünstler
Unknown

Das Vorherbestimmen menschlicher Gedanken

No. 6, spectator choses one of two piles, selection is predicted with "eight", one pile contains Eights, the other eight cards

hypnose \n card chosen and inserted anywhere in a book, card and page number predicted, alternative method with forcing book by conradi \n friedrich w. conradi-horster
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster

Hypnose

card chosen and inserted anywhere in a book, card and page number predicted, alternative method with forcing book by Conradi

des indischen marabuts sehergabe \n three numbers named and cards counted to, numbers and cards predicted, prepared envelope, faced deck \n friedrich w. conradi-horster \n the divination of thought \n unknown
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster

Des indischen Marabuts Sehergabe

three numbers named and cards counted to, numbers and cards predicted, prepared envelope, faced deck

die prädestinationsgabe \n two decks, spectator remembers one and its position in one deck, then he counts down in second deck from position to previously predicted number, selection is there \n friedrich w. conradi-horster \n die prädestinationsgabe \n friedrich w. conradi-horster \n predestination \n unknown
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster

Die Prädestinationsgabe

two decks, spectator remembers one and its position in one deck, then he counts down in second deck from position to previously predicted number, selection is there

die prädestinationsgabe \n two decks, spectator remembers one and its position in one deck, then he counts down in second deck from position to previously predicted number, selection is there \n friedrich w. conradi-horster \n die prädestinationsgabe \n friedrich w. conradi-horster
1896
der zauberspiegel Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster

Die Prädestinationsgabe

two decks, spectator remembers one and its position in one deck, then he counts down in second deck from position to previously predicted number, selection is there

the divination of thought \n three cards and their positions are predicted \n unknown \n des indischen marabuts sehergabe \n friedrich w. conradi-horster
1897
new era card tricks
Unknown

das vorherbestimmen der gedanken \n spectator stops during deal, number of dealt cards matched prediction, long card under predicted number, excess cards palmed and transferred \n unknown
1899
die zauberwelt
Unknown

Das Vorherbestimmen der Gedanken

spectator stops during deal, number of dealt cards matched prediction, long card under predicted number, excess cards palmed and transferred

xviii. prädestination \n (vorherbestimmung)
1. die karten (prediction of chosen pile, cards can be divined, koran type)
2. die blumen (name of chosen flower appears on paper in sealed envelope, half forcing deck) \n friedrich "fritz" hügli
1902
moderne magie Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli

XVIII. Prädestination

(Vorherbestimmung)
1. Die Karten (prediction of chosen pile, cards can be divined, Koran type)
2. Die Blumen (name of chosen flower appears on paper in sealed envelope, half forcing deck)

das vorherbestimmen menschlicher gedanken oder "die sehergabe des indischen marabus" \n three selections and their positions in the deck predicted, faced deck, two methods with or without an off-stage assistant, pocket writing of numbers with stencil \n a. j.
1904
die zauberwelt A. J.

Das Vorherbestimmen menschlicher Gedanken oder "Die Sehergabe des indischen Marabus"

three selections and their positions in the deck predicted, faced deck, two methods with or without an off-stage assistant, pocket writing of numbers with stencil

die sympathetischen zahlen \n spectator stops while performer deals cards on table, then four people select a card, selections are the four tens which match amount of dealt cards, number is also predicted on a piece of paper \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n sympathetic numbers \n johann nepomuk hofzinser
1910
kartenkünste Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

Die sympathetischen Zahlen

spectator stops while performer deals cards on table, then four people select a card, selections are the four Tens which match amount of dealt cards, number is also predicted on a piece of paper

gedanken-assoziation \n twenty cards on table, six-spot chosen, six cards become twenty-six, 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

Gedanken-Assoziation

twenty cards on table, six-spot chosen, six cards become twenty-six, repeated with named number, amount of dealt cards also predicted

the psychic prediction \n total of six selections predicted, stack that will force the number 27, riffle shuffle with chains \n charles t. jordan
1921
the four full hands Charles T. Jordan

The Psychic Prediction

total of six selections predicted, stack that will force the number 27, riffle shuffle with chains

tower bridge \n "a new bridge effect", number of cut of cards is divined by value of another selection \n louis lam
1935
would you believe it? Louis Lam

Tower Bridge

"A New Bridge Effect", number of cut of cards is divined by value of another selection

psychic prediction \n total of six selections predicted, stack that will force the number 27, riffle shuffle with chains \n charles t. jordan
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Charles T. Jordan

Psychic Prediction

total of six selections predicted, stack that will force the number 27, riffle shuffle with chains

the mystery problem \n position of selection is predicted, svengali deck with different finish on force cards, ending clean with switch-out \n charles t. jordan
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Charles T. Jordan

The Mystery Problem

position of selection is predicted, svengali deck with different finish on force cards, ending clean with switch-out

the fourteen deck \n set-up to force the number fourteen that can be shuffled, rough-smooth \n ralph w. hull
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Ralph W. Hull

The Fourteen Deck

set-up to force the number fourteen that can be shuffled, rough-smooth

controlled luck \n fifty-two numbered cardboards & cards are shuffled and read one by one until performer tells to stop, card and number combination is predicted \n newton hall
1937
the jinx 1-50 Newton Hall

Controlled Luck

fifty-two numbered cardboards & cards are shuffled and read one by one until performer tells to stop, card and number combination is predicted

face up prediction \n spectator and performer turn cards over in the deck, number of reversed cards is predicted \n bob hummer \n hummer addition \n harry lorayne \n face up prediction \n bob hummer \n what about hummer's number? \n jon racherbaumer \n mixed cards and feelings \n reinhard müller \n predecktion \n steve beam \n rebuilding a hummer \n lorenz schär \n hummerless \n steve beam \n newcomer hummer \n steve beam \n all the weigh \n steve beam
1940
half-a-dozen hummers Bob Hummer

Face Up Prediction

spectator and performer turn cards over in the deck, number of reversed cards is predicted

pay off \n spectator deals half the deck and tries to separate red and black, you predict the relations of the cards to the other half, two phases \n walter b. gibson \n follow the leaders \n roger barkann \n skill-nil! \n dr. william t. palchinas \n pay-off \n walter b. gibson \n pay-off \n walter b. gibson \n one thousand skulls \n al mann \n charlie cheats \n karl fulves
1942
the phoenix 1-50 Walter B. Gibson

Pay Off

spectator deals half the deck and tries to separate red and black, you predict the relations of the cards to the other half, two phases

follow the leaders \n routine with red/black effects
- prediction of red / black relationship (phoenix no. 1)
- out of this world (not explained)
- follow the leader (not explained)
- slop shuffle color separation \n roger barkann \n follow the leader \n dai vernon \n pay off \n walter b. gibson \n one plus one equals three \n roger barkann \n out of this world \n paul curry
1946
the phoenix 101-150 Roger Barkann

Follow the Leaders

routine with red/black effects

prediction of red / black relationship (Phoenix No. 1)

remainder? \n card is selected and the value used to calculate a result which is predicted \n ronald b. edwards
1947
the phoenix 101-150 Ronald B. Edwards

Remainder?

card is selected and the value used to calculate a result which is predicted

two minutes from now \n spectator thinks stop at his selection when performer names the cards, position is predicted too \n paul curry
1947
the phoenix 101-150 Paul Curry

Two Minutes from Now

spectator thinks stop at his selection when performer names the cards, position is predicted too

skill-nil! \n combination of several routines, here as palchanis
-pay off (walter gibson)
- one good trick (walter gibson)
- a total mystery (tony kardyro)
- total mystery / sensational sensitive finger tips (tony kardyro)
- card-incidence (charles terraneau) \n dr. william t. palchinas \n tony kardyro's "a total mystery" in " a routine supreme" \n tony kardyro's "total mystery" and "sensational sensetive finger tips" in "a routine supreme" \n pay off \n walter b. gibson \n one good trick... \n walter b. gibson \n card-incidence \n charles terraneau
1949
the phoenix 151-200 Dr. William T. Palchinas

Skill-Nil!

combination of several routines, here as Palchanis
-Pay Off (Walter Gibson)

One Good Trick (Walter Gibson)

A Total Mystery (Tony Kardyro)

Total Mystery / Sensational Sensitive Finger Tips (Tony Kardyro)

Card-Incidence (Charles Terraneau)

Related to

Tony Kardyro's "A Total Mystery" in " A Routine Supreme"

Tony Kardyro's "Total Mystery" and "Sensational Sensetive Finger Tips" in "A Routine Supreme"

you can't lose \n predict that when spectator's cards and magician's cards are added together, there will be an even number or odd number \n unknown
1949
tricks and stunts with playing cards
Unknown

You Can't Lose

Predict that when spectator's cards and magician's cards are added together, there will be an even number or odd number

maccleod's miracle! \n four hands of bridge, spectator and performer turn cards over in each hand, total is predicted \n norman macleod \n a trick in "the last testament of r.w. hull" \n miracle! \n norman macleod
1955
the new phoenix 301-348 Norman MacLeod

MacCleod's Miracle!

four hands of Bridge, spectator and performer turn cards over in each hand, total is predicted

pay-off \n spectator deals half the deck and tries to separate red and black, you predict the relations of the cards to the other half, two phases \n walter b. gibson \n pay off \n walter b. gibson
1956
the best in magic Walter B. Gibson

Pay-Off

spectator deals half the deck and tries to separate red and black, you predict the relations of the cards to the other half, two phases

prediction \n prediction of the location in the pack of two cards \n julian j. proskauer \n dai vernon
1959
more miracles in mentalism Julian J. Proskauer, Dai Vernon

Prediction

prediction of the location in the pack of two cards

the card pyramid \n mathematical layout of spot cards, end result is predicted, for waters credit see reference \n harry lorayne \n thomas alan waters \n mathematically inclined \n l. vosburgh lyons \n thomas alan waters \n babel \n karl fulves
1967
deck-sterity Harry Lorayne, Thomas Alan Waters

The Card Pyramid

mathematical layout of spot cards, end result is predicted, for Waters credit see reference

triangle card trick \n card version, final value predicted \n bruce cervon \n mathematically inclined \n l. vosburgh lyons \n thomas alan waters
1967
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Bruce Cervon

incorporated color control \n - part one: pairs attract each other after riffle shuffle (rbbr-rbbr-...)
- part two: spectator lays out pairs on table, performer knows which ones are black and which red
- part three: number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted \n karl fulves \n p. 109 for comment \n the candy king \n stewart james \n incorporated color control with coins \n bob hemple \n color control - mentalists night out \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves \n the red and the black \n paul curry \n riffle shuffle control \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves \n backwards bet \n karl fulves
1967
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Karl Fulves

Incorporated Color Control

Part One: pairs attract each other after riffle shuffle (RBBR-RBBR-...)

Part Two: spectator lays out pairs on table, performer knows which ones are black and which red

Part Three: number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted

more monge \n more notes on the monge shuffle:
- references
- recycling the deck
- the m/s shuffle
- tricks (position of selection predicted & do as i do)
- analog of the m/s shuffe \n martin gardner \n over/under - monge notes \n karl fulves
1968
epilogue Martin Gardner

More Monge

more notes on the Monge Shuffle:

References

Recycling the Deck

The M/S Shuffle

Tricks (position of selection predicted & Do as I Do)

the rue morgue problem \n cards riffle shuffled by spectators and dealt in pairs to players, they remove red or black poker chips according to red-black distribution, chip values and cards added, the total is 28 and predicted \n karl fulves
1968
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

The Rue Morgue Problem

cards riffle shuffled by spectators and dealt in pairs to players, they remove red or black poker chips according to red-black distribution, chip values and cards added, the total is 28 and predicted

the difference & the sum \n spot cards are used for calculations multiple times, outcome predicted \n henry christ \n harry lorayne
1971
reputation-makers Henry Christ, Harry Lorayne

The Difference & The Sum

spot cards are used for calculations multiple times, outcome predicted

the hc difference & sum \n original handling, spot cards are used for calculations multiple times, outcome predicted \n henry christ
1971
reputation-makers Henry Christ

The HC Difference & Sum

original handling, spot cards are used for calculations multiple times, outcome predicted

the predetermined hour \n clock trick, selection divined, hour predicted as card value, including four impromptu versions \n edward marlo \n the predetermined hour \n edward marlo \n easy-determined hour \n william zavis
1971
kabbala — volume 1 Edward Marlo

The Predetermined Hour

clock trick, selection divined, hour predicted as card value, including four impromptu versions

the predetermined hour \n clock trick, selection divined, hour predicted as card value, including four impromptu versions \n edward marlo \n the predetermined hour \n edward marlo
1971
on the clock effect Edward Marlo

The Predetermined Hour

clock trick, selection divined, hour predicted as card value, including four impromptu versions

hummer - 4 \n four cards mixed face up face down by spectator, values of face up cards predicted, cato \n charles hudson \n number hummer \n robert e. neale
1972
epilogue Charles Hudson

Hummer - 4

four cards mixed face up face down by spectator, values of face up cards predicted, CATO

informer \n four quarters on table with an unknown indicator card in front of each, spectator cuts off a pile of each quarter, the indicator cards predict how many cards have been cut off of each pile, in second phase two poker hands are constructed from two piles \n roy walton
1972
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Roy Walton

Informer

four quarters on table with an unknown indicator card in front of each, spectator cuts off a pile of each quarter, the indicator cards predict how many cards have been cut off of each pile, in second phase two poker hands are constructed from two piles

humming with hummer \n card at thought-of number signed on face, later it is the only odd-backed card with the thought-of number on its back \n jon racherbaumer
1973
kabbala — volume 2 Jon Racherbaumer

Humming with Hummer

card at thought-of number signed on face, later it is the only odd-backed card with the thought-of number on its back

incorporated color control \n number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted after riffle shuffle \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Incorporated Color Control

number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted after riffle shuffle

double up \n two selections from topsy-turvy deck, position and identity are predicted, riffle shuffle method \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Double Up

two selections from topsy-turvy deck, position and identity are predicted, riffle shuffle method

number hummer \n four cards mixed face up face down by spectator, values of face up cards divined or predicted \n robert e. neale \n "baby hummer" (charles hudson, linking ring) \n hummer - 4 \n charles hudson \n toddler \n philip t. goldstein \n robert e. neale
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Robert E. Neale

Number Hummer

four cards mixed face up face down by spectator, values of face up cards divined or predicted

close call \n four card prediction, total predicts position of selection \n karl fulves \n "palmist's prophesy" (roy walton, linking ring, june 1973) \n "close call" (linking ring, sept. 1974) \n thirtween \n jerry k. hartman
1974
close-up mental magic Karl Fulves

Close Call

four card prediction, total predicts position of selection

Related to

"Palmist's Prophesy" (Roy Walton, Linking Ring, June 1973)

mental opener \n spectator names number and that card is counted to face-up, number and card predicted, mirage deck, miscalling number \n robert parrish
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Robert Parrish

Mental Opener

spectator names number and that card is counted to face-up, number and card predicted, mirage deck, miscalling number

pharo here \n incomplete faro position, stopped at card controlled
- the placement
- the revelation \n karl fulves
1975
methods with cards — part 2 Karl Fulves

Pharo Here

incomplete faro position, stopped at card controlled

double mental test \n one of four borrowed coins chosen, two chosen cards added, coin and sum predicted in wallet, two methods \n jerry mentzer \n "double mental test" (linking ring, february 1971) \n double mental test \n jerry mentzer
1975
close up cues Jerry Mentzer

Double Mental Test

one of four borrowed coins chosen, two chosen cards added, coin and sum predicted in wallet, two methods

Also published here

"Double Mental Test" (Linking Ring, February 1971)

thirtween \n two cards used to sandwich block of cards, sum of the two cards equal to the number of cards, block of cards shown to be perfect bridge hand \n jerry k. hartman \n close call \n karl fulves \n bunched hunch \n jerry k. hartman
1975
card fare Jerry K. Hartman

Thirtween

Two cards used to sandwich block of cards, sum of the two cards equal to the number of cards, block of cards shown to be perfect bridge hand

bunched hunch \n two cards used to sandwich block of cards, sum of the two cards equal to the number of cards \n jerry k. hartman \n thirtween \n jerry k. hartman
1975
card fare Jerry K. Hartman

Bunched Hunch

Two cards used to sandwich block of cards, sum of the two cards equal to the number of cards

predicting the total \n spectator chooses and adds three numbers chosen from number cards, performer predicts total \n nick trost
1976
subtle card magic: part two Nick Trost

Predicting the Total

Spectator chooses and adds three numbers chosen from number cards, performer predicts total

personality \n no. 60, eight-card packet, spectator reverses cards and shuffles, at the end, three are one way and five the other which was predicted, doesn't work always \n bob hummer
1976
self-working card tricks Bob Hummer

Personality

No. 60, eight-card packet, spectator reverses cards and shuffles, at the end, three are one way and five the other which was predicted, doesn't work always

double mental test \n one of four coins chosen, number formed by adding card values, both predicted in wallet, originally in linking ring (feb. 1971), two methods \n jerry mentzer \n double mental test \n jerry mentzer
1977
close-up cavalcade finale Jerry Mentzer

Double Mental Test

one of four coins chosen, number formed by adding card values, both predicted in wallet, originally in Linking Ring (Feb. 1971), two methods

ultra location & prediction \n deck cut in thirds, one third turned over and top and bottom cards remembered, all put together and one riffle shuffle done, selections divined and number of reversed cards predicted \n harry lorayne
1977
the magic book Harry Lorayne

Ultra Location & Prediction

deck cut in thirds, one third turned over and top and bottom cards remembered, all put together and one riffle shuffle done, selections divined and number of reversed cards predicted

it's impossible! \n automatic placement, position of card predicted, or other ideas:
- spell a name
- lie detector
- think stop \n harry lorayne
1977
the magic book Harry Lorayne

It's Impossible!

automatic placement, position of card predicted, or other ideas:

thirtween ii \n two prediction cards placed into the deck, total value of the two cards equal to number of cards between them, the cards between them shown to be ace to king of hearts \n jerry k. hartman
1978
loose ends Jerry K. Hartman

Thirtween II

Two prediction cards placed into the deck, total value of the two cards equal to number of cards between them, the cards between them shown to be Ace to King of Hearts

predict-a-mania ii \n amount of cards cut and card are predicted \n larry becker \n predict-a-mania plus \n edward marlo
1978
world of super mentalism Larry Becker

ghost image \n deck of blank cards, prediction of amount of cut cards and thought of card \n larry becker
1979
the best of larry becker's world of super mentalism book ii Larry Becker

Ghost Image

deck of blank cards, prediction of amount of cut cards and thought of card

abacus \n cut-off number of cards and single card are predicted/divined, partial stack \n philip t. goldstein \n impromptu abacus \n jean-jacques sanvert \n abacus \n philip t. goldstein \n abacus iii \n charles hudson \n stax-volt \n philip t. goldstein
1980
apocalypse vol. 1-5 Philip T. Goldstein

Abacus

cut-off number of cards and single card are predicted/divined, partial stack

strange harmony \n three selections add up to ten which is predicted, they then change to tens \n richard kaufman
1980
the gene maze card book Richard Kaufman

Strange Harmony

three selections add up to ten which is predicted, they then change to Tens

face up prediction \n spectator and performer turn cards over in the deck, number of reversed cards is predicted \n bob hummer \n face up prediction \n bob hummer \n face-up prediction \n bob hummer \n last word prediction \n ralph w. hull
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

Face Up Prediction

spectator and performer turn cards over in the deck, number of reversed cards is predicted

impromptu abacus \n cut-off number of cards and single card are predicted/divined \n jean-jacques sanvert \n abacus \n philip t. goldstein
1981
apocalypse vol. 1-5 Jean-Jacques Sanvert

Impromptu Abacus

cut-off number of cards and single card are predicted/divined

witch craft \n prediction/ divination of relation of cards cut to and put in pocket \n kate shiels
1981
the compleat magick — volume iii Kate Shiels

Witch Craft

prediction/ divination of relation of cards cut to and put in pocket

matheight prediction \n eight cards, after some procedure, three cards are added up, sum prediction in envelope \n howard a. adams
1981
oicufesp Howard A. Adams

Matheight Prediction

eight cards, after some procedure, three cards are added up, sum prediction in envelope

sum hummer \n ace to ten packet, mixed face up and down by spectator, number of reversed cards and their total predicted, cato principle \n charles hudson \n a couple of pages \n harry lorayne \n sum hummer explored \n richard vollmer
1982
best of friends Charles Hudson

Sum Hummer

Ace to Ten packet, mixed face up and down by spectator, number of reversed cards and their total predicted, CATO principle

abacus \n cut-off number of cards and single card are predicted/divined, partial stack \n philip t. goldstein \n abacus \n philip t. goldstein
1982
thunday Philip T. Goldstein

Abacus

cut-off number of cards and single card are predicted/divined, partial stack

twentytwo phorce \n spectator removes two cards among ten cards and performer does the same, total of cards matches prediction \n howard a. adams
1982
oicufesp Howard A. Adams

Twentytwo Phorce

spectator removes two cards among ten cards and performer does the same, total of cards matches prediction

thirtythree phorce \n spectator removes three cards among ten cards and performer does the same, total of cards matches prediction \n howard a. adams
1982
oicufesp Howard A. Adams

Thirtythree Phorce

spectator removes three cards among ten cards and performer does the same, total of cards matches prediction

newsy phorce \n follow up for thirtythree phorce, total of four remaining cards is predicted in newspaper add \n howard a. adams
1982
oicufesp Howard A. Adams

Newsy Phorce

follow up for Thirtythree Phorce, total of four remaining cards is predicted in newspaper add

abacus iii \n cut-off number of cards and single card are predicted, partial stack, see credit corrections on page 864 \n charles hudson \n abacus \n philip t. goldstein
1983
apocalypse vol. 6-10 Charles Hudson

Abacus III

cut-off number of cards and single card are predicted, partial stack, see credit corrections on page 864

half open omen \n number prediction with cards using cyclical stack (si stebbins, eight kings), featuring comedy patter "heinz across the sea" \n stewart james
1983
arcane Stewart James

Half Open Omen

number prediction with cards using cyclical stack (Si Stebbins, Eight Kings), featuring comedy patter "Heinz Across the Sea"

reduz \n card and number predicted, elaboration on stewart james' "heduz" (case for cards) \n philip t. goldstein \n stewart james
1984
thequal Philip T. Goldstein, Stewart James

Reduz

card and number predicted, elaboration on Stewart James' "Heduz" (Case For Cards)

twinner \n card is secretly written down, deck dealt and position of card predicted \n thomas alan waters \n annemann's mental masterpiece \n theodore annemann
1984
mind, myth & magick Thomas Alan Waters

Twinner

card is secretly written down, deck dealt and position of card predicted

twindow \n two decks, one is cut and card turned over, both deck are dealt until face up cards, same card on same position in other deck, position is predictet \n thomas alan waters \n eddie joseph's "staggered"
1984
mind, myth & magick Thomas Alan Waters

Twindow

two decks, one is cut and card turned over, both deck are dealt until face up cards, same card on same position in other deck, position is predictet

incorporated color control \n no. 42, number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted after riffle shuffle \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves
1984
more self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Incorporated Color Control

No. 42, number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted after riffle shuffle

on the lam \n no. 57, number prediction on card gives position of later selection \n karl fulves \n the el-el bluff force \n louis lam
1984
more self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

On the Lam

No. 57, number prediction on card gives position of later selection

the prediction deck \n no. 60, number of face-down cards after face-up/face-down shuffle predicted \n unknown
1984
more self-working card tricks
Unknown

The Prediction Deck

No. 60, number of face-down cards after face-up/face-down shuffle predicted

card prediction \n no. 6, during routine envelope with number and card prediction is opened, when counted down to number it is correct, performer genuinely blindfolded \n stephen minch
1984
eyeless in gaza Stephen Minch

Card Prediction

No. 6, during routine envelope with number and card prediction is opened, when counted down to number it is correct, performer genuinely blindfolded

magic with <i>paper magic</i> \n no. 81, this book is a force-book with "tricks" as every fourth word at the start of each chapter, complicated force with cards, word and a card value predicted \n karl fulves
1985
self-working paper magic Karl Fulves

Magic with Paper Magic

No. 81, this book is a force-book with "tricks" as every fourth word at the start of each chapter, complicated force with cards, word and a card value predicted

the schizoid rosary \n two piles created from deck, number of red card in one and court card in other pile predicted \n philip t. goldstein \n the schizoid rosary \n philip t. goldstein
1987
doth Philip T. Goldstein

The Schizoid Rosary

two piles created from deck, number of red card in one and court card in other pile predicted

toddler \n packet mixed face-up/face-down, values added up is force number \n philip t. goldstein \n robert e. neale \n "baby hummer" (charles hudson, linking ring) \n number hummer \n robert e. neale
1989
fifth Philip T. Goldstein, Robert E. Neale

Toddler

packet mixed face-up/face-down, values added up is force number

the schizoid rosary \n two piles created from deck, number of red card in one and court card in other pile predicted \n philip t. goldstein \n the schizoid rosary \n philip t. goldstein
1989
a phil goldstein collection Philip T. Goldstein

The Schizoid Rosary

two piles created from deck, number of red card in one and court card in other pile predicted

a double prediction \n spectator cuts off packet, amount of cards and card cut to are predicted, three methods \n ken simmons
1990
finally! Ken Simmons

A Double Prediction

spectator cuts off packet, amount of cards and card cut to are predicted, three methods

what about hummer's number? \n cards shuffled face-up/face-down with some procedure, result predicted \n jon racherbaumer \n face up prediction \n bob hummer
1990
cardfixes Jon Racherbaumer

What About Hummer's Number?

cards shuffled face-up/face-down with some procedure, result predicted

the dreamy dream clock \n mate of clock-selection predicted in pocket and hour reversed in deck \n jon racherbaumer \n the broken clock \n jon racherbaumer
1990
cardfixes Jon Racherbaumer

The Dreamy Dream Clock

mate of clock-selection predicted in pocket and hour reversed in deck

whether forecast \n spectator deals into two piles and stops anywhere, sum of top cards predicted, each pile dealt into two piles, top cards are aces, aces change into royal flush, re-deal principle \n michael powers
1990
top secret stuff Michael Powers

Whether Forecast

spectator deals into two piles and stops anywhere, sum of top cards predicted, each pile dealt into two piles, top cards are Aces, Aces change into Royal Flush, re-deal principle

not only the number, but... \n spectator cuts off cards, number of cards and card cut to predicted, 15 memorized cards, prediction index, for correction see ricochet reference, three handlings \n edward marlo \n ken simmons \n "finally" (ken simmons, lecture notes 1990) \n ricochet \n jon racherbaumer
1991
the olram file Edward Marlo, Ken Simmons

Not Only the Number, but...

spectator cuts off cards, number of cards and card cut to predicted, 15 memorized cards, prediction index, for correction see Ricochet reference, three handlings

school daze \n two cards chosen, sum and difference of those values, number of cards as prediction \n roy walton \n henry christ's "sum & difference" \n some indifference \n philip t. goldstein
1991
profile Roy Walton

School Daze

two cards chosen, sum and difference of those values, number of cards as prediction

sybil the trick \n number to 20 named, packet of that size produced with flourish cut, selection on the bottom of packet, number also predicted \n chris kenner
1992
totally out of control Chris Kenner

Sybil The Trick

number to 20 named, packet of that size produced with flourish cut, selection on the bottom of packet, number also predicted

some indifference \n two cards chosen, sum and difference of those values, number of cards as prediction, henry christ's "the difference and the sum" \n philip t. goldstein \n school daze \n roy walton \n a note from roy walton \n roy walton
1992
profile Philip T. Goldstein

Some Indifference

two cards chosen, sum and difference of those values, number of cards as prediction, Henry Christ's "The Difference and the Sum"

quadruple prediction \n four predictions, four aces are put in the deck at several places, prediction name amount of cards above aces, see p. 171 for additional credits \n steve beam \n 10-6-9-4 \n bert fenn \n neal elias \n leftovers \n steve beam \n quadruple prediction \n steve beam \n errata \n steve beam \n errata \n steve beam
1993
semi-automatic card tricks Steve Beam

Quadruple Prediction

four predictions, four aces are put in the deck at several places, prediction name amount of cards above aces, see p. 171 for additional credits

open and shut \n cards cut and dealt by performer and spectator number and cards are predicted \n wayne kyzer
1993
semi-automatic card tricks Wayne Kyzer

Open and Shut

cards cut and dealt by performer and spectator number and cards are predicted

early indications \n sixteen cards used, cut and several milk build shuffles done, two cards at two positions are predicted \n karl fulves
1993
verbatim Karl Fulves

Early Indications

sixteen cards used, cut and several milk build shuffles done, two cards at two positions are predicted

the static deck prediction \n card and its position remembered, later the card is found at predicted position, two phases \n peter duffie
1993
card selection Peter Duffie

The Static Deck Prediction

card and its position remembered, later the card is found at predicted position, two phases

pile-up \n six-card pyramid layout, top card switch consecutively downwards to base, total of bottom row predicted "with reasonable accuracy", inspired by drop case carnival con game \n karl fulves \n three card tricks \n mel bennett
1994
crooked tales Karl Fulves

Pile-Up

six-card pyramid layout, top card switch consecutively downwards to base, total of bottom row predicted "with reasonable accuracy", inspired by Drop Case carnival con game

chance encounter \n dealing procedure used arrive at numbers, when added two numbers are calculated, they are the key numbers of two hotel keys, using 14-15 stack \n karl fulves \n close encounter \n karl fulves
1994
rigmarole Karl Fulves

Chance Encounter

dealing procedure used arrive at numbers, when added two numbers are calculated, they are the key numbers of two hotel keys, using 14-15 stack

little nothings - part one \n two packets dealt until the ace of spades is seen in one pile, remaining cards are twelve cards, number is forced \n karl fulves \n little nothings \n karl fulves
1994
rigmarole Karl Fulves

Little Nothings - part one

two packets dealt until the Ace of Spades is seen in one pile, remaining cards are twelve cards, number is forced

point spread \n red/black game in several phases played by two spectators, performer predicts difference between number of red and black cards, repeat, shuffle-bored finale \n simon aronson
1995
simply simon Simon Aronson

Point Spread

red/black game in several phases played by two spectators, performer predicts difference between number of red and black cards, repeat, shuffle-bored finale

signs \n zodiac sign cards specify one's lucky number, color, symbol..., cross-index index with example effects \n simon aronson
1995
simply simon Simon Aronson

Signs

zodiac sign cards specify one's lucky number, color, symbol..., cross-index index with example effects

a short routine: colorful countdown \n spectator selects card, lucky number on zodiac chart is looked up, at that position is selection \n simon aronson
1995
simply simon Simon Aronson

A Short Routine: Colorful Countdown

spectator selects card, lucky number on zodiac chart is looked up, at that position is selection

a long routine: three is a charm \n three spectators, card, color and symbol selected, position of card and color and symbol written on zodiac chart when spectator's signs are looked up \n simon aronson
1995
simply simon Simon Aronson

A Long Routine: Three is a Charm

three spectators, card, color and symbol selected, position of card and color and symbol written on zodiac chart when spectator's signs are looked up

chance by choice \n four cards are cut to, sum is predicted in envelope \n scott robinson \n errors and omissions \n steve beam
1995
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 2 Scott Robinson

Chance by Choice

four cards are cut to, sum is predicted in envelope

location, location, location \n three spectators cut some cards and chose a card, amount and selections are predicted and located, 9-force \n steve beam \n van osdol's "number trick" in rufus steele's "50 tricks you can do" \n prime location \n steve beam
1995
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 2 Steve Beam

Location, Location, Location

three spectators cut some cards and chose a card, amount and selections are predicted and located, 9-force

Inspired by

Van Osdol's "Number Trick" in Rufus Steele's "50 Tricks You Can Do"

no guesswork \n no. 1, spectator cuts off some cards from a pile, prediction in the form of "the same as you and enough to make them twelve, ..." (the trick that fooled einstein) \n unknown
1995
easy magic
Unknown

No Guesswork

No. 1, spectator cuts off some cards from a pile, prediction in the form of "the same as you and enough to make them twelve, ..." (The Trick That Fooled Einstein)

secret thought \n no. 2, position of card predicted, selection via cutting some cards off and remembering card at that number \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic Karl Fulves

Secret Thought

No. 2, position of card predicted, selection via cutting some cards off and remembering card at that number

sum and difference \n no. 5, highest and lowest card from a packet removed, sum and difference of those values calculated and added, result predicted \n karl fulves \n henry christ
1995
easy magic Karl Fulves, Henry Christ

Sum and Difference

No. 5, highest and lowest card from a packet removed, sum and difference of those values calculated and added, result predicted

i've got your number \n no. 6, packet mixed face-up and face-down, half given to performer behind back, number of face-up cards in one half plus face-down in other half predicted three times \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic Karl Fulves

I've Got Your Number

No. 6, packet mixed face-up and face-down, half given to performer behind back, number of face-up cards in one half plus face-down in other half predicted three times

stock-market magic \n no. 7, three spectator each have the same number of cards, cards are removed and exchanged according to instructions, final number of cards divined and predicted \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic Karl Fulves

Stock-Market Magic

No. 7, three spectator each have the same number of cards, cards are removed and exchanged according to instructions, final number of cards divined and predicted

bat fishing \n borrowed dollar bill, eight cards selected, their values are serial number of bill \n paul harris
1996
the art of astonishment — book 3 Paul Harris

Bat Fishing

borrowed dollar bill, eight cards selected, their values are serial number of bill

another anyone anywhere \n thought of card's position predicted, then spectator divines position of performer's card, partial memorized deck and prediction pocket index (twelve items) \n allan ackerman
1997
i can't believe it's not all cards Allan Ackerman

Another Anyone Anywhere

thought of card's position predicted, then spectator divines position of performer's card, partial memorized deck and prediction pocket index (twelve items)

seven card draw prediction \n predicted number of red/black cards selected, taking cards from top and bottom \n nick trost
1997
the card magic of nick trost Nick Trost

Seven Card Draw Prediction

predicted number of red/black cards selected, taking cards from top and bottom

all the fives! \n packet of four cards set aside as prediction, spectator eliminates cards until two cards left, values added together equal 5, four cards are the four fives (variation, first published in abracadabra no. 2590) \n peter duffie \n george mcbride
1997
effortless card magic Peter Duffie, George McBride

All The Fives!

Packet of four cards set aside as prediction, spectator eliminates cards until two cards left, values added together equal 5, four cards are the four Fives (variation, first published in Abracadabra no. 2590)

quadruple prediction \n four predictions, four aces are put in the deck at several places, prediction name amount of cards above aces \n steve beam \n quadruple prediction \n steve beam
1997
sound effects Steve Beam

Quadruple Prediction

four predictions, four aces are put in the deck at several places, prediction name amount of cards above aces

kings can count \n two piles, spades and hearts counted in one packet, prediction about difference made \n sam schwartz
1998
the fine print Sam Schwartz

Kings Can Count

two piles, spades and hearts counted in one packet, prediction about difference made

auto-match prediction 2 \n blank cards with different mixed backs, eight pairs made, three of them match which is predicted \n peter duffie
1998
covert concepts Peter Duffie

Auto-Match Prediction 2

blank cards with different mixed backs, eight pairs made, three of them match which is predicted

"seven card draw" prediction \n predicted number of red/black cards selected, taking cards from top and bottom \n nick trost
1999
the fine print Nick Trost

"Seven Card Draw" Prediction

predicted number of red/black cards selected, taking cards from top and bottom

supplementary note \n spectator remembers card and its position, when check it is not there anymore and has moved to a predicted position \n karl fulves \n j. w. sarles
1999
ellis stanyon's best card tricks Karl Fulves, J. W. Sarles

Supplementary Note

spectator remembers card and its position, when check it is not there anymore and has moved to a predicted position

face-up prediction \n spectator and performer turn cards over in the deck, number of reversed cards is predicted \n bob hummer \n face up prediction \n bob hummer
2000
off the books Bob Hummer

Face-Up Prediction

spectator and performer turn cards over in the deck, number of reversed cards is predicted

last word prediction \n number of face-up cards predicted \n ralph w. hull \n "the testament of ralph w. hull" (trevor hall, 1945) \n face up prediction \n bob hummer
2000
off the books Ralph W. Hull

miracle! \n four hands of bridge, spectator and performer turn cards over in each hand, total is predicted \n norman macleod \n maccleod's miracle! \n norman macleod
2000
off the books Norman MacLeod

Miracle!

four hands of Bridge, spectator and performer turn cards over in each hand, total is predicted

you're the prophet \n spectator decides whether 24 or 28 cards will be face-up after cutting and riffle-shuffling face-up into face-down \n karl fulves \n mira-kil \n stephen clark
2000
off the books Karl Fulves

You're The Prophet

spectator decides whether 24 or 28 cards will be face-up after cutting and riffle-shuffling face-up into face-down

prime location \n cards reveal selection and amount of cut cards \n steve beam \n calculated triumph \n john f. mendoza \n bernard bilis \n location, location, location \n steve beam
2000
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 3 Steve Beam

backlog \n card freely chosen face-up, value and suit spelled to separately and the two cards removed and added, that number is written at the back of the selection \n peter duffie \n fred 23 \n peter duffie
2000
new inspirations Peter Duffie

Backlog

card freely chosen face-up, value and suit spelled to separately and the two cards removed and added, that number is written at the back of the selection

colorosity plus! \n two odd-colored cards are eventually in two piles, the add up to a number prediction (7/8 force stack) \n peter duffie
2000
new inspirations Peter Duffie

Colorosity Plus!

two odd-colored cards are eventually in two piles, the add up to a number prediction (7/8 force stack)

prior commitment \n two jokers whisper positions of two selections in the deck, then revealed position numbers were written on the back on jokers. uses the undo influence control. \n simon aronson \n chapter seven: the false frame of reference \n darwin ortiz \n a coin trick \n asi wind
2001
try the impossible Simon Aronson

Prior Commitment

Two Jokers whisper positions of two selections in the deck, then revealed position numbers were written on the back on Jokers. Uses the UnDo Influence control.

gamble ramble \n spectator choses cards in layout according to rules, black cards added and red subtracted, total predicted, four-way approach \n karl fulves
2001
hex squared Karl Fulves

Gamble Ramble

spectator choses cards in layout according to rules, black cards added and red subtracted, total predicted, four-way approach

mental math \n no. 10, three spectator concoct three-didget numbers from cards, they are added and sum predicted as four cards in case \n unknown
2001
new self-working card tricks
Unknown

Mental Math

No. 10, three spectator concoct three-didget numbers from cards, they are added and sum predicted as four cards in case

kings can count \n no. 29, two suits for two spectators each, cards of those suits counted in packets, difference predicted \n sam schwartz \n karl fulves
2001
new self-working card tricks Sam Schwartz, Karl Fulves

Kings can Count

No. 29, two suits for two spectators each, cards of those suits counted in packets, difference predicted

bet a million \n no. 39, "as many cards as your number, plus enough...", bet presentation \n karl fulves \n walter b. gibson
2001
new self-working card tricks Karl Fulves, Walter B. Gibson

Bet a Million

No. 39, "as many cards as your number, plus enough...", bet presentation

tomorrow's card \n no. 47, eight cards shuffled face-up/face-down, number of reversed cards and their identity predicted \n karl fulves \n "baby hummer" (charles hudson, linking ring)
2001
new self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Tomorrow's Card

No. 47, eight cards shuffled face-up/face-down, number of reversed cards and their identity predicted

a perfect strike \n no. 72, ten-card layout folded and some values added to force a number \n mel bennett \n three card tricks \n mel bennett
2001
new self-working card tricks Mel Bennett

A Perfect Strike

No. 72, ten-card layout folded and some values added to force a number

out on location \n no. 7, two selections chosen by cutting off small numbers and remembering cards at corresponding positions, position of one is predicted and identity of the other \n roy walton \n karl fulves
2001
my best self-working card tricks Roy Walton, Karl Fulves

Out on Location

No. 7, two selections chosen by cutting off small numbers and remembering cards at corresponding positions, position of one is predicted and identity of the other

a couple of pages \n sixteen cards mixed face up and down by spectator, number of reversed cards and their total predicted \n harry lorayne \n sum hummer \n charles hudson
2001
personal collection Harry Lorayne

A Couple of Pages

sixteen cards mixed face up and down by spectator, number of reversed cards and their total predicted

another moment \n cato procedure with twelve-card packet, reversed cards at end are known, or total predicted, or... \n harry lorayne
2001
personal collection Harry Lorayne

Another Moment

CATO procedure with twelve-card packet, reversed cards at end are known, or total predicted, or...

triple humdinger \n face-up/face-down prediction of number of cards in packet, three predictions \n peter duffie \n personality test \n bob hummer \n intuitive \n peter duffie \n strike out \n steve beam
2001
cards by all means Peter Duffie

Triple Humdinger

face-up/face-down prediction of number of cards in packet, three predictions

concam rendezvous \n packet cut off, card at that position remembered, predicted and its position as well, faro, penelope's principle \n r. paul wilson
2001
omerta R. Paul Wilson

ConCam Rendezvous

packet cut off, card at that position remembered, predicted and its position as well, faro, Penelope's Principle

sympathetic numbers \n cards dealt until spectator calls stop, then four cards chosen, ten cards dealt, all selections are tens and prediction is ten \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n die sympathetischen zahlen \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n the harmony of numbers \n dr. h. walter grote \n los sietes-dieces \n joaquín matas
2002
hofzinser's card tricks Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

Sympathetic Numbers

cards dealt until spectator calls stop, then four cards chosen, ten cards dealt, all selections are Tens and prediction is ten

association of thoughts \n twenty cards on table, six-spot chosen, six cards become twenty-six \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n gedanken-assoziation \n johann nepomuk hofzinser
2002
hofzinser's card tricks Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

Association of Thoughts

twenty cards on table, six-spot chosen, six cards become twenty-six

repackaged prediction \n several cards are chosen, values added, sum prediction \n scott robinson \n choice cut \n scott robinson \n package deal \n stewart james
2002
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 4 Scott Robinson

Repackaged Prediction

several cards are chosen, values added, sum prediction

on the square \n "a magic square routine"
spectator takes any row or column of a 4x4 cards layout, values added, matched number of cut-off cards \n sam schwartz \n ted lesley magic square routine \n h. adrian smith's instant magic square \n h. adrian smith
2003
latter day secrets Sam Schwartz

On The Square

"A Magic Square Routine"
spectator takes any row or column of a 4x4 cards layout, values added, matched number of cut-off cards

secret counting \n two cards removed from deck are found after riffle shuffle and clocking value predicted, no real card counting required \n karl fulves \n interface technique - example 17 \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Secret Counting

two cards removed from deck are found after riffle shuffle and clocking value predicted, no real card counting required

calculated risk \n number is formed with calculator, cards are mixed and match the total, using a swindle of sorts \n mick ayres
2004
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 5 Mick Ayres

Calculated Risk

number is formed with calculator, cards are mixed and match the total, using A Swindle of Sorts

ahead of the game \n prediction in pocket, cards add up to find position of selection \n mick ayres \n the conjurer's touch \n unknown
2004
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 5 Mick Ayres

Ahead of the Game

prediction in pocket, cards add up to find position of selection

match and rematch \n three cards as predictions, their values give the amount of cards in three cut-off packets and they also match the cards cut to, using killer count \n peter duffie \n aldo colombini \n robin robertson
2004
killer koncepts Peter Duffie, Aldo Colombini, Robin Robertson

Match and Rematch

three cards as predictions, their values give the amount of cards in three cut-off packets and they also match the cards cut to, using Killer Count

black magic prediction \n ace and three to predict 13 and 31, where two selections are found \n peter duffie \n robin robertson
2004
diamonds from coal Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

Black Magic Prediction

Ace and Three to predict 13 and 31, where two selections are found

undo cull-pability-2 \n two selections found at two numbers
- further variant \n peter duffie \n robin robertson \n undo cull-pability \n peter duffie \n robin robertson
2004
diamonds from coal Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

undoozy \n two cards, their numbers predict positions of two later selections, impromptu setting of undo influence with applications \n jerry k. hartman \n do undo others \n jerry k. hartman
2004
diamonds from coal Jerry K. Hartman

Undoozy

two cards, their numbers predict positions of two later selections, impromptu setting of Undo Influence with applications

do undo others \n two odd-backed cards put in deck as prediction, their values predict positions of two selections \n jerry k. hartman \n undoozy \n jerry k. hartman
2004
diamonds from coal Jerry K. Hartman

Do Undo Others

two odd-backed cards put in deck as prediction, their values predict positions of two selections

paging ben franklin \n three cards chosen, dollar bill changes into a book page, page number matches the three values of the cards, in book is dollar bill instead of page \n jay sankey
2004
sankey unleashed Jay Sankey

Paging Ben Franklin

three cards chosen, dollar bill changes into a book page, page number matches the three values of the cards, in book is dollar bill instead of page

a mental maguffin \n prediction about how many cards are cut, and which card is cut to, hands-off \n barrie richardson \n club 71, spring 2001
2005
act two Barrie Richardson

A Mental Maguffin

prediction about how many cards are cut, and which card is cut to, hands-off

casino i.q. \n two five-card piles, cards turned up simultaneously, when both add up to sixteen the cards are predicted \n karl fulves
2006
prolix Karl Fulves

Casino I.Q.

two five-card piles, cards turned up simultaneously, when both add up to sixteen the cards are predicted

robo-con \n cards taken from either end of tabled row, values added, outcome predicted, two-way out
- wallet idea (himber wallet with slit in middle)
- double cut (two-way out prediction from fulves's "the magic book") \n karl fulves \n how to predict the super bowl \n karl fulves \n richard himber
2006
prolix Karl Fulves

Robo-Con

cards taken from either end of tabled row, values added, outcome predicted, two-way out

Wallet idea (Himber wallet with slit in middle)

Double cut (two-way out prediction from Fulves's "The Magic Book")

234 5lefta \n eight-card pile, three removed after cut from either top or bottom, two numbers arrived at, they match
- add to nine variation \n howard a. adams
2006
prolix Howard A. Adams

234 5Lefta

eight-card pile, three removed after cut from either top or bottom, two numbers arrived at, they match

fivelefta eleven \n eight-card pile, three removed after cut from either top or bottom, weird number prediction involving writing letters on cards and spelling
- esp version
- howard adams note
- kf note \n howard a. adams
2006
prolix Howard A. Adams

Fivelefta Eleven

eight-card pile, three removed after cut from either top or bottom, weird number prediction involving writing letters on cards and spelling

houdini's unfinished trick \n prediction with numbers, using demarco's pocket calculator force \n jack avis \n michael de marco item in linking ring, may 2001
2006
rara avis Jack Avis

Houdini's Unfinished Trick

prediction with numbers, using DeMarco's pocket calculator force

choice cut \n value added to amount of cut cards, total is predicted \n scott robinson \n repackaged prediction \n scott robinson
2006
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 6 Scott Robinson

Choice Cut

value added to amount of cut cards, total is predicted

the freakish miracle #2 \n two shuffled decks are dealt face up, when two cards match, card is turned over and number of dealt pairs until match occurred is written on it \n tomas blomberg
2006
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 7 Tomas Blomberg

The Freakish Miracle #2

two shuffled decks are dealt face up, when two cards match, card is turned over and number of dealt pairs until match occurred is written on it

swedish parity poker \n instructions for a game with five players, performer wins, prediction of total of values in performer's hand \n tomas blomberg
2006
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 7 Tomas Blomberg

Swedish Parity Poker

instructions for a game with five players, performer wins, prediction of total of values in performer's hand

the pat hand \n spectator choses five cards from a deck with numbers on the back, prediction of total and of cards \n doug canning
2006
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 7 Doug Canning

The Pat Hand

spectator choses five cards from a deck with numbers on the back, prediction of total and of cards

sum hummer explored \n packet mixed face up and down by spectator, number of reversed cards and their total predicted, cato principle \n richard vollmer \n sum hummer \n charles hudson \n sum hummer explored \n harry lorayne \n richard vollmer
2007
best of friends — volume iii Richard Vollmer

Sum Hummer Explored

packet mixed face up and down by spectator, number of reversed cards and their total predicted, CATO principle

arranging a force \n seven cards stuck in upright standing book in random order, book opened, some cards are now facing front and some back, forcing total \n karl fulves
2007
prolix Karl Fulves

Arranging A Force

seven cards stuck in upright standing book in random order, book opened, some cards are now facing front and some back, forcing total

stuck at 26 \n face-up/face-down mixed deck, spectator does face-up/face-down cutting procedure that retains a card at twenty-sixth position \n karl fulves
2008
prolix Karl Fulves

Stuck At 26

face-up/face-down mixed deck, spectator does face-up/face-down cutting procedure that retains a card at twenty-sixth position

hidden prediction \n cards chosen via shuffling-dealing-procedure, total of values predicted, gilbreath \n howard hamburg
2009
the "d" notes Howard Hamburg

Hidden Prediction

cards chosen via shuffling-dealing-procedure, total of values predicted, gilbreath

scorecard \n two selections correspond with number after some calculations, based on "affinity in numbers" (scarne on card tricks), with history \n steve beam \n scorecard v \n steve beam \n scorecard vi \n steve beam \n numerology & you \n david solomon \n final score \n steve beam
2010
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 8 Steve Beam

Scorecard

two selections correspond with number after some calculations, based on "Affinity in Numbers" (Scarne on Card Tricks), with history

any \n spectator names card, performer as well, performer's card located, spectator guesses its position openly, performer predicted position of spectator's card \n karl fulves \n caan caan \n jerry k. hartman
2010
prolix Karl Fulves

Any

spectator names card, performer as well, performer's card located, spectator guesses its position openly, performer predicted position of spectator's card

numismatrick \n calculation trick using the ace through nine of a suit \n robin robertson \n numismatica \n karl fulves
2010
xtra credit Robin Robertson

Numismatrick

calculation trick using the Ace through Nine of a suit

one girl two decks \n spectator cuts to card and cases deck, performer names number, when counting down to this number in the deck and a second prediction deck both end up with selection \n michael weber \n one girl two decks \n michael weber \n one girl two decks \n michael weber
2011
knew & improved Michael Weber

One Girl Two Decks

spectator cuts to card and cases deck, performer names number, when counting down to this number in the deck and a second prediction deck both end up with selection

count me in \n number named, this many cards are rapidly produced, with selection, number predicted with four cards, originally from precursor (oct. 1989) \n gary plants \n "palmist prophesy" (roy walton, complete walton vol. 2) \n counting on it \n paul cummins \n mentally count on it \n gary plants
2011
lecture notes — honolulu hawaii Gary Plants

Count Me In

number named, this many cards are rapidly produced, with selection, number predicted with four cards, originally from Precursor (Oct. 1989)

free mix \n position of joker predicted even though spectator influenced the overhand shuffle, then aces found, red/black separation retained \n karl fulves
2011
xtra credit Karl Fulves

Free Mix

position of Joker predicted even though spectator influenced the overhand shuffle, then Aces found, red/black separation retained

seven \n position of selection in small packet is predicted, anti faro principle \n gary plants \n richard vollmer \n roberto giobbi \n "a four-tunate choice" (gary plants, genii, sep. 1997)
2012
confidences Gary Plants, Richard Vollmer, Roberto Giobbi

Seven

position of selection in small packet is predicted, anti faro principle

Inspired by

"A Four-tunate Choice" (Gary Plants, Genii, Sep. 1997)

one girl two decks \n spectator cuts to card and cases deck, performer names number, when counting down to this number in the deck and a second prediction deck both end up with selection \n michael weber \n one girl two decks \n michael weber
2012
blackpool twenty twelve Michael Weber

One Girl Two Decks

spectator cuts to card and cases deck, performer names number, when counting down to this number in the deck and a second prediction deck both end up with selection

main interest \n piles made by counting down some numbers and card moved around, one pile's number predicted, four-of-a-kind finale \n ken de courcy \n three predictions \n g. w. hunter
2012
prolix Ken De Courcy

Main Interest

piles made by counting down some numbers and card moved around, one pile's number predicted, four-of-a-kind finale

skill set \n groups of cards with different back design taken from envelope, some decisions made for all suits, value total of remaining cards predicted \n karl fulves \n back story \n karl fulves
2012
prolix Karl Fulves

Skill Set

groups of cards with different back design taken from envelope, some decisions made for all suits, value total of remaining cards predicted

numerical reverse revisited \n card peeked, lost, magician divines card, and spectator then magically predicts the location of the card \n john born \n "numerical reverse" (john born, meant to be, 2006) \n "numerical analysis" (mike powers, power play, 2006)
2012
seeking the bridge John Born

Numerical Reverse Revisited

Card peeked, lost, magician divines card, and spectator then magically predicts the location of the card

Inspired by

"Numerical Reverse" (John Born, Meant To Be, 2006)

"Numerical Analysis" (Mike Powers, Power Play, 2006)

one girl two decks \n spectator cuts to card and cases deck, performer names number, when counting down to this number in the deck and a second prediction deck both end up with selection \n michael weber \n one girl two decks \n michael weber
2014
old dog Michael Weber

One Girl Two Decks

spectator cuts to card and cases deck, performer names number, when counting down to this number in the deck and a second prediction deck both end up with selection

swedish parity poker \n five cards with rules on them, a card game is played according to them, sum of one's hand decides on who wins \n tomas blomberg
2014
blomberg laboratories Tomas Blomberg

Swedish Parity Poker

five cards with rules on them, a card game is played according to them, sum of one's hand decides on who wins

the art of premonition \n number up to ten named and card chosen using it, card is only one missing from deck and found in prediction envelope with number on back \n helder guimarães \n "silent running" (ben harris)
2015
the veriloquent Helder Guimarães

The Art of Premonition

number up to ten named and card chosen using it, card is only one missing from deck and found in prediction envelope with number on back

can i call you sometime \n spectator-shuffled deck of cards produces the phone number of a fictional female chosen by an audience member from twenty-seven different fictional females whose names are written on napkins. \n david corsaro \n play it straight (triumph) \n john bannon
2015
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 10 David Corsaro

Can I Call You Sometime

Spectator-shuffled deck of cards produces the phone number of a fictional female chosen by an audience member from twenty-seven different fictional females whose names are written on napkins.

i got the number \n phase one: combined values of two prediction cards match freely selected card
phase two: value of one prediction card and suit of another matched the selected card. combined value of the two cards give the position of the selection in the deck \n alex ng
2015
in the mind of dr. alex Alex Ng

I Got the Number

Phase one: Combined values of two prediction cards match freely selected card
Phase two: Value of one prediction card and suit of another matched the selected card. Combined value of the two cards give the position of the selection in the deck

call the number \n deck has numbers written on the back, five random cards chosen, the sum of the numbers matches a prediction. when the numbers are placed together, it becomes a phone number, which when called causes the magician's phone to ring \n alex ng \n "numb" (richard t. smith) \n a card named bill \n paul marcus
2015
in the mind of dr. alex Alex Ng

Call the Number

Deck has numbers written on the back, five random cards chosen, the sum of the numbers matches a prediction. When the numbers are placed together, it becomes a phone number, which when called causes the magician's phone to ring

written division \n positions of cards predicted that will be red and black, alternative ootw presentation \n michael weber
2015
red black 2.0 Michael Weber

Written Division

positions of cards predicted that will be red and black, alternative OOTW presentation

yin yang divide \n six cards chosen, separated into two groups of three and each added up, both totals predicted \n so sato
2016
the secrets of so sato So Sato

Yin Yang Divide

six cards chosen, separated into two groups of three and each added up, both totals predicted

scorecard vi \n two selections correspond with number after some calculations
- mad mnemonic \n steve beam \n scorecard \n steve beam
2016
tea time with the pasteboards Steve Beam

Scorecard VI

two selections correspond with number after some calculations

sum hummer explored \n packet mixed face up and down by spectator, number of reversed cards and their total predicted, cato principle \n harry lorayne \n richard vollmer \n sum hummer explored \n richard vollmer
2017
jawdroppers! two Harry Lorayne, Richard Vollmer

Sum Hummer Explored

packet mixed face up and down by spectator, number of reversed cards and their total predicted, CATO principle

23 \n spectator thinks of any number card in cut-off pile and removes as many cards, 23rd card in rest of deck is red-backed duplicate of selection \n michael weber \n tim trono \n "new wave prediction" (bob king, 1994) \n direct thought \n bob king
2017
23 Michael Weber, Tim Trono

23

spectator thinks of any number card in cut-off pile and removes as many cards, 23rd card in rest of deck is red-backed duplicate of selection

a coin trick \n two spectators cut to two cards, prediction (e.g. date on coin) gives position of one card from the bottom and the other from top \n asi wind \n prior commitment \n simon aronson
2018
repertoire Asi Wind

A Coin Trick

two spectators cut to two cards, prediction (e.g. date on coin) gives position of one card from the bottom and the other from top

numerology & you \n after some calculation with a starting number, a number is formed, the starting number is the only odd-backed value in the deck and the resulting number is written on its back \n david solomon \n "scratch" (chad long, marketed item) \n scorecard \n steve beam
2018
solomon's secrets David Solomon

Numerology & You

after some calculation with a starting number, a number is formed, the starting number is the only odd-backed value in the deck and the resulting number is written on its back

final score \n two selections correspond with number after some calculations \n steve beam \n scorecard \n steve beam \n final score \n steve beam
2018
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 11 Steve Beam

Final Score

two selections correspond with number after some calculations

final score \n two selections correspond with number after some calculations \n steve beam \n final score \n steve beam
2019
card tricks that kilt Steve Beam

Final Score

two selections correspond with number after some calculations

chaos \n four number cards used to generate four-digit number that is put in calculator, another number is subtracted, final result is nine and the four nines are shown to be at top of four previously cut-off packets \n michael powers \n keith randolph
2019
tesseract Michael Powers, Keith Randolph

Chaos

four number cards used to generate four-digit number that is put in calculator, another number is subtracted, final result is nine and the four Nines are shown to be at top of four previously cut-off packets

strata-gem \n eight spot cards are arranged three times, each time a different calculation is used and final number predicted on business cards, with extra gag prediction as climax \n steve beam \n james grime
2020
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 12 Steve Beam, James Grime

Strata-Gem

eight spot cards are arranged three times, each time a different calculation is used and final number predicted on business cards, with extra gag prediction as climax

rebuilding a hummer \n prediction of number of reversed cards, combination of hummer's the magic separation and face-up prediction \n lorenz schär \n the magic separation \n bob hummer \n face up prediction \n bob hummer
2020
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 12 Lorenz Schär

Rebuilding a Hummer

prediction of number of reversed cards, combination of Hummer's The Magic Separation and Face-Up Prediction

newcomer hummer \n two cards are used to form a number, it matches reversed cards \n steve beam \n face up prediction \n bob hummer \n the magic separation \n bob hummer
2020
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 12 Steve Beam

Newcomer Hummer

two cards are used to form a number, it matches reversed cards