the capital q \n back-count force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stack \n unknown \n the capital q \n unknown \n q-tip \n michael weber \n cross roads \n karl fulves \n tale of the q \n tony bartolotta
1890
more magic
Unknown

The Capital Q

back-count force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stack

the transposed cards \n done with full deck, performer divines the number of cards put form one half to another \n ziska \n ziska improved \n gerald kosky
1909
the art of magic Ziska

The Transposed Cards

done with full deck, performer divines the number of cards put form one half to another

mind reading with cards \n spectator transfers number of cards in ten-card-packet, then card with this number is found in face-down spread, repeat with shuffled cards \n unknown
1909
the art of magic
Unknown

Mind Reading with Cards

spectator transfers number of cards in ten-card-packet, then card with this number is found in face-down spread, repeat with shuffled cards

choice foretold \n two cards chosen, both cards predicted by two cards each via value and suit in two envelopes \n victor farelli
1931
controlled coincidence Victor Farelli

Choice Foretold

two cards chosen, both cards predicted by two cards each via value and suit in two envelopes

mephisto's message \n number selected via card values from one half gives position of selection in other half \n unknown \n curious coincidence \n unknown
1935
mental magic with cards
Unknown

Mephisto's Message

number selected via card values from one half gives position of selection in other half

another stop! \n spectator stops while riffling, performer knows card, short card and set-up, for credit details reference \n paul curry \n another stop! \n paul curry
1936
the jinx 1-50 Paul Curry

Another Stop!

spectator stops while riffling, performer knows card, short card and set-up, for credit details reference

the transposed cards \n number of cut off cards is divined by value of a card, set-up \n ziska \n ziska improved \n gerald kosky
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Ziska

The Transposed Cards

number of cut off cards is divined by value of a card, set-up

mephistopheles' touch \n divination with a partial stack \n charles t. jordan \n among friends \n herb runge
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Charles T. Jordan

the fifteenth card \n values of two selections are added and counted down, card predicted, half deck stack \n charles t. jordan
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Charles T. Jordan

The Fifteenth Card

values of two selections are added and counted down, card predicted, half deck stack

call your hand \n ten card set-up, see credit claim by val evans on page 259 \n theodore annemann \n michael f. zens \n call your hand variation \n james g. thompson jr. \n calling your hand, again \n eddie fields \n michael f. zens \n theodore annemann \n call your hand ii \n joseph k. schmidt \n call your hand \n michael f. zens \n eddie fields \n theodore annemann
1937
the jinx 1-50 Theodore Annemann, Michael F. Zens

Call Your Hand

ten card set-up, see credit claim by Val Evans on page 259

name your favorite \n any card named, after riffle shuffle spectator goes through cards and performer stops him at named card \n robert parrish
1939
do that again! Robert Parrish

Name Your Favorite

any card named, after riffle shuffle spectator goes through cards and performer stops him at named card

remote reverso \n two decks, performer and spectator count down and stop and remember card, spectator's card reverses in performer's deck and vice versa \n oscar weigle
1939
do that again! Oscar Weigle

Remote Reverso

two decks, performer and spectator count down and stop and remember card, spectator's card reverses in performer's deck and vice versa

mental rescue \n two spectators have five cards each and exchange one, performer divines it \n l. vosburgh lyons \n mental rescue \n l. vosburgh lyons \n mental rescue \n l. vosburgh lyons \n recollection \n karl fulves \n star lite \n karl fulves
1939
the jinx 51-100 L. Vosburgh Lyons

Mental Rescue

two spectators have five cards each and exchange one, performer divines it

mind mirror \n one suit on top \n jack mcmillen \n the mind mirror \n jack mcmillen \n jean hugard \n frederick braue \n "mind mirror" resilvered \n jerry l. christensen \n reflected thoughts \n andrew galloway \n the third shuffle \n jason england
1940
expert card technique Jack McMillen

think-a-card \n thought-of card to pocket, ten-card set-up \n charles hopkins \n thought card to pocket \n unknown
1940
more card manipulations Charles Hopkins

ziska improved \n number of moved cards & selection are divined by value of a card, set-up, marked locator \n gerald kosky \n the transposed cards \n ziska \n the transposed cards \n ziska
1940
more card manipulations Gerald Kosky

Ziska Improved

number of moved cards & selection are divined by value of a card, set-up, marked locator

the mystic cut \n card cut to by spectator is used to count down to selection \n jean hugard \n frederick braue
1941
the stripper deck Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue

The Mystic Cut

card cut to by spectator is used to count down to selection

a year in your life \n four digits of named year cut to \n jean hugard \n frederick braue \n a poker player's picnic \n unknown
1942
miracle shuffles and tricks Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue

build up \n six hands, two rounds, as rusduck \n russell "rusduck" duck \n build up (streamlined) \n russell "rusduck" duck \n hocus pocus \n charles hudson
1944
the phoenix 51-100 Russell "Rusduck" Duck

mental rescue \n two spectators have five cards each and exchange one, performer divines it \n l. vosburgh lyons \n mental rescue \n l. vosburgh lyons
1945
my best L. Vosburgh Lyons

Mental Rescue

two spectators have five cards each and exchange one, performer divines it

solomon's seal \n six cards stack, presentation with a drawn star, cards are laid on the corners of the star and spectator thinks stop \n jean hugard
1945
the phoenix 51-100 Jean Hugard

Solomon's Seal

six cards stack, presentation with a drawn star, cards are laid on the corners of the star and spectator thinks stop

name your number \n one of six cards chosen, its number used to count to selection \n bert allerton \n a psychological discovery \n sam leo horowitz
1945
hugard's magic monthly — volumes i, ii, iii and iv Bert Allerton

Name Your Number

one of six cards chosen, its number used to count to selection

3<sup>2</sup> \n selection process with square layout \n russell "rusduck" duck \n 3<sup>2</sup> deal duplicated \n ken beale \n russell "rusduck" duck \n marvin johnson
1946
the phoenix 101-150 Russell "Rusduck" Duck

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

double duty \n no. 39, spectator secretly transfers a number of cards (one to ten) to magician's packet, magician produces card with same value \n john scarne
1950
scarne on card tricks John Scarne

Double Duty

No. 39, Spectator secretly transfers a number of cards (one to ten) to magician's packet, magician produces card with same value

similar twins \n cards are shuffled face down into face up, spectator removes two face up cards and performer two face down card, same value \n martin gardner \n bill simon \n up and down double \n lewis jones
1951
the phoenix 201 — 250 Martin Gardner, Bill Simon

Similar Twins

cards are shuffled face down into face up, spectator removes two face up cards and performer two face down card, same value

a.b.c. dealer \n four bridge hands dealt, top card of one pile is a ten, first spectator counts down to tenth card, remembers it, tells his value to next one and so on for three selections, cards forced and dealt into performer's hand \n toni koynini
1951
toni koynini's card miracles Toni Koynini

A.B.C. Dealer

four bridge hands dealt, top card of one pile is a Ten, first spectator counts down to tenth card, remembers it, tells his value to next one and so on for three selections, cards forced and dealt into performer's hand

evens \n spectator removes two even cards, subtracts them, takes that many cards, remembers new top card and shuffles deck, performer divines even cards, pocketed number and selection, clocking with even cards for two removed cards \n toni koynini
1951
toni koynini's card miracles Toni Koynini

Evens

spectator removes two even cards, subtracts them, takes that many cards, remembers new top card and shuffles deck, performer divines even cards, pocketed number and selection, clocking with even cards for two removed cards

coincidence \n repeated mate coincidence, two halves, dealing cards simultaneously \n bill simon \n will \n unknown \n the power of thought \n paul curry
1952
effective card magic Bill Simon

Coincidence

repeated mate coincidence, two halves, dealing cards simultaneously

card affinity \n someone names a suit and another spectator names a value, mostly two knives, one finds correct value and the other the suit \n bill simon \n card stabbing trick \n bert allerton
1952
effective card magic Bill Simon

Card Affinity

someone names a suit and another spectator names a value, mostly two knives, one finds correct value and the other the suit

sorcerer's seven \n performer talks about the number seven, spectator puts a card in the deck, cards next to it equals seven, variation where all four cards are stabbed into the deck (rusduck), see credits in no. 8 \n charles hudson \n research division \n russell "rusduck" duck \n stewart james
1957
the cardiste Charles Hudson

Sorcerer's Seven

performer talks about the number seven, spectator puts a card in the deck, cards next to it equals seven, variation where all four cards are stabbed into the deck (Rusduck), see credits in No. 8

straight cheating \n straights, then four royal flushes as climax \n william p. miesel \n poko-combo \n russell "rusduck" duck
1958
the cardiste William P. Miesel

another stop trick \n from "annemann's $50 manuscript" (ca. 1932), with annotation
k to a set-up and countdown \n theodore annemann
1967
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Theodore Annemann

Another Stop Trick

from "Annemann's $50 Manuscript" (ca. 1932), with annotation
K to A set-up and countdown

stock holdout \n spectator shuffles deck in parts, but partial stack is retained, for credit information see reference \n martin gardner \n stock holdout \n martin gardner
1968
epilogue Martin Gardner

Stock Holdout

spectator shuffles deck in parts, but partial stack is retained, for credit information see reference

riffle shuffle techniques \n commentary on reflected set-ups, interlocking stacks, ... in combination with riffle shuffle \n karl fulves
1969
faro & riffle technique Karl Fulves

Riffle Shuffle Techniques

commentary on Reflected Set-Ups, Interlocking Stacks, ... in combination with riffle shuffle

predicto \n deck dealt in two piles with two cards face-up, both divined, half forcing deck, see p. 289 & 308 for references \n lou borin \n "coincidence" (annemann, linking ring, dec. 1927)
1969
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Lou Borin

Predicto

deck dealt in two piles with two cards face-up, both divined, half forcing deck, see p. 289 & 308 for references

try this trio - second of the trio \n using stack and naming the stopped-at card \n edward marlo \n the dr. nuzzo peek \n dr. james nuzzo
1970
advanced fingertip control Edward Marlo

try this trio - third of the trio \n fishing amongst a restricted range \n edward marlo \n the dr. nuzzo peek \n dr. james nuzzo
1970
advanced fingertip control Edward Marlo

3<sup>2</sup> deal duplicated \n selection process with square layout, combination of ken beale's "square deal" (ibidem #23) and rusduck \n ken beale \n russell "rusduck" duck \n marvin johnson \n 3<sup>2</sup> \n russell "rusduck" duck
1970
hierophant Ken Beale, Russell "Rusduck" Duck, Marvin Johnson

3^{2} Deal Duplicated

selection process with square layout, combination of Ken Beale's "Square Deal" (Ibidem #23) and Rusduck

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

8's & 9's \n from the daley notebooks #602 \n sam leo horowitz \n a psychological discovery \n sam leo horowitz
1971
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Sam Leo Horowitz

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

out of sight... out of mind! \n revelation of multiple cards, phone number as memory aid \n sid lorraine
1971
the compleat magick - volume 1 Sid Lorraine

Out of Sight... Out of Mind!

revelation of multiple cards, phone number as memory aid

card number \n named sandwich cards turn over and sandwich selection, plot by gene nielsen, two handlings \n roy walton
1972
kabbala — volume 2 Roy Walton

Card Number

named sandwich cards turn over and sandwich selection, plot by Gene Nielsen, two handlings

toss-timated \n card tossed in in deck, value there used to count to selection \n robert walker \n back end riffle estimation \n edward marlo
1973
kabbala — volume 2 Robert Walker

Toss-Timated

card tossed in in deck, value there used to count to selection

don't lie to me \n two spectators get half the pack and either lie or say the truth about each card, magician spots all the lies \n paul curry \n don't lie to me \n paul curry \n don't lie to me (computer) \n paul curry \n don't lie to me (computer) \n paul curry
1974
paul curry presents Paul Curry

Don't Lie To Me

two spectators get half the pack and either lie or say the truth about each card, magician spots all the lies

ice dice \n chosen values lie at chosen numbers, imaginary dice \n philip t. goldstein \n stewart james \n pure mathematics \n dai vernon \n ice dice \n philip t. goldstein \n stewart james \n the pretend prediction \n karrell fox \n change x change \n karl fulves
1974
card tricks for people who don't do card tricks Philip T. Goldstein, Stewart James

Ice Dice

chosen values lie at chosen numbers, imaginary dice

future shock \n card predicted by cards with same suit and value, with impromptu version \n roy walton
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Roy Walton

Future Shock

card predicted by cards with same suit and value, with impromptu version

a mixed bag \n various card and coin idaes
- partial stack and zarrow shuffle
- double riffle control
- middle deal (false)
- palm conscious (gag)
- transpo plus (coin transposition)
- ladies in waiting (four queens reverse in the deck) \n trevor lewis
1976
pabular Trevor Lewis

A Mixed Bag

various card and coin idaes

partial stack and zarrow shuffle

double Riffle Control

Middle Deal (false)

Palm Conscious (gag)

Transpo Plus (coin transposition)

Ladies In Waiting (four queens reverse in the deck)

calling your hand, again \n spectator chooses how many hands, which hand will win, what kind of hand to win, ten-card set-up \n eddie fields \n michael f. zens \n theodore annemann \n call your hand \n theodore annemann \n michael f. zens \n marlo's faro variation \n edward marlo
1976
the artful dodges of eddie fields Eddie Fields, Michael F. Zens, Theodore Annemann

Calling Your Hand, Again

Spectator chooses how many hands, which hand will win, what kind of hand to win, ten-card set-up

card in pocket coincidence \n card placed previously in pocket is the mate of spectator's free selection \n nick trost \n card in pocket coincidence \n nick trost
1976
subtle card magic: part one Nick Trost

Card in Pocket Coincidence

Card placed previously in pocket is the mate of spectator's free selection

the three-jacks deal \n no. 17, nine-card set-up \n lin searles \n karl fulves \n 3 jacks \n lin searles
1976
self-working card tricks Lin Searles, Karl Fulves

russian roulette \n one of six cards is marked on the face and shuffled among other cards, performer turns over the other five cards and divines selection, russian roulette presentation \n philip t. goldstein
1976
the compleat magick — volume ii Philip T. Goldstein

Russian Roulette

one of six cards is marked on the face and shuffled among other cards, performer turns over the other five cards and divines selection, russian roulette presentation

out of sight \n eight kings, cards of a suit end up in order after a sequence of shuffling and switching, mind reading presentation \n paul curry
1977
special effects Paul Curry

Out Of Sight

eight kings, cards of a suit end up in order after a sequence of shuffling and switching, mind reading presentation

interlocking chain principle \n with a ruse to make the shuffle more convincing \n charles t. jordan \n paul curry
1977
special effects Charles T. Jordan, Paul Curry

stop perfecting triumph! \n first selection used to count down to second after triumph
- dave solomon handling \n simon aronson \n david solomon \n edward marlo \n the perfect stop trick \n edward marlo \n count-down triumph \n frederick braue \n imperfect triumph? \n ian land
1978
arch triumphs Simon Aronson, David Solomon, Edward Marlo

Stop Perfecting Triumph!

first selection used to count down to second after Triumph

der zuschauer hebt ab \n card is located by cutting to a card and the value of it is counted down into the deck \n unknown
1978
einfach wunderbar — wunderbar einfach
Unknown

Der Zuschauer hebt ab

card is located by cutting to a card and the value of it is counted down into the deck

st. regis sleight ii \n half stack used to key position of selection made from incomplete riffle shuffled deck \n karl fulves
1979
riffle shuffle control Karl Fulves

St. Regis Sleight II

half stack used to key position of selection made from incomplete riffle shuffled deck

count me in \n "two tricks"
between sandwich cards appear as many cards as the value of the selection, numerical set-up \n roy walton
1979
the chronicles Roy Walton

Count Me In

"Two Tricks"
between sandwich cards appear as many cards as the value of the selection, numerical set-up

the ten to one trick \n "two tricks"
one card between two aces, ten cards between two tens, cut into deck, number of cards corresponding to selection travels from ten to ace sandwich, numeric set-up, see also p. 1237 for credit information \n roy walton
1979
the chronicles Roy Walton

The Ten To One Trick

"Two Tricks"
one card between two Aces, ten cards between two Tens, cut into deck, number of cards corresponding to selection travels from Ten to Ace sandwich, numeric set-up, see also p. 1237 for credit information

psi-stebbins \n shuffled deck, packet of card is divined and last card predicted, jumbo cards \n larry becker \n ken de courcy's and billy mccomb's "cabaret card divination" \n dynamation \n larry becker \n card call \n roberto giobbi \n billy mccomb \n ken de courcy
1979
the best of larry becker's world of super mentalism book ii Larry Becker

PSI-Stebbins

shuffled deck, packet of card is divined and last card predicted, jumbo cards

Inspired by

Ken de Courcy's and Billy McComb's "Cabaret Card Divination"

dynamation \n uses electric card shuffling machine, shuffled deck, packet of card is divined and last card predicted \n larry becker \n psi-stebbins \n larry becker
1979
the best of larry becker's world of super mentalism book ii Larry Becker

Dynamation

uses electric card shuffling machine, shuffled deck, packet of card is divined and last card predicted

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

either/or \n two cards from esp deck, spectators think of a number and count to card \n stephen minch \n the minch ken \n stephen minch \n either/or \n stephen minch
1980
mind novas Stephen Minch

Either/Or

two cards from ESP deck, spectators think of a number and count to card

rapid-fire \n spectator cuts to an esp card, after shuffling the deck performer removes all five duplicates \n stephen minch
1980
mind novas Stephen Minch

Rapid-Fire

spectator cuts to an ESP card, after shuffling the deck performer removes all five duplicates

the sure-fire shuffle challenge \n number is named, performer predicts an esp card, then spectator shuffles deck and prediction is correct \n stephen minch
1980
mind novas Stephen Minch

The Sure-Fire Shuffle Challenge

number is named, performer predicts an ESP card, then spectator shuffles deck and prediction is correct

stop - thief!!! \n cards with license numbers on them, deck of playing cards used to divine the number \n bob hummer
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

Stop - Thief!!!

cards with license numbers on them, deck of playing cards used to divine the number

totally telepathic \n two cards and their positions remembered, "is it in this group?", faro, ten memorized cards \n jon racherbaumer \n edward marlo
1981
kabbala — volume 2 Jon Racherbaumer, Edward Marlo

Totally Telepathic

two cards and their positions remembered, "is it in this group?", faro, ten memorized cards

third thot \n card that falls on thought-of position is chosen, later named, ten memorized cards, faro \n jon racherbaumer \n thotograhy \n bob hummer
1981
the lost pages of the kabbala Jon Racherbaumer

Third Thot

card that falls on thought-of position is chosen, later named, ten memorized cards, faro

the buddha bet \n "can you see your suit/value... here?", set-up \n karl fulves \n charles t. jordan \n joseph ovette \n u. f. grant \n the buddha whispers \n joseph ovette \n demon's divination \n charles t. jordan \n stacked deck version \n bob farmer
1981
fourcast Karl Fulves, Charles T. Jordan, Joseph Ovette, U. F. Grant

thanks to kaps \n two decks, one card is signed on the back by the performer without showing the face, from the other deck a spectator thinks of a card, they match \n roger crosthwaite \n an effect \n allan ackerman
1981
the commercial card magic of roger crosthwaite Roger Crosthwaite

Thanks to Kaps

two decks, one card is signed on the back by the performer without showing the face, from the other deck a spectator thinks of a card, they match

ice dice \n chosen values lie at chosen numbers, imaginary dice \n philip t. goldstein \n stewart james \n pure mathematics \n dai vernon \n ice dice \n philip t. goldstein \n stewart james \n change x change \n karl fulves
1982
shuffled lecture Philip T. Goldstein, Stewart James

Ice Dice

chosen values lie at chosen numbers, imaginary dice

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

cumulative \n three cards chosen from ten-card packet with dealing procedure \n philip t. goldstein \n never on thunday \n jon racherbaumer \n philip t. goldstein \n auto-prediction \n alex elmsley
1982
thunday Philip T. Goldstein

Cumulative

three cards chosen from ten-card packet with dealing procedure

mental rescue \n no. 62, two spectators have five cards each and exchange one, performer divines it \n l. vosburgh lyons \n mental rescue \n l. vosburgh lyons
1984
more self-working card tricks L. Vosburgh Lyons

Mental Rescue

No. 62, two spectators have five cards each and exchange one, performer divines it

the unmatch game \n no. 67, piles made, suit pairs build and remaining cards predicted \n karl fulves \n roy walton
1984
more self-working card tricks Karl Fulves, Roy Walton

raw deal \n selection and chosen number revealed with down-under deal \n philip t. goldstein \n raw deal \n philip t. goldstein
1987
doth Philip T. Goldstein

Raw Deal

selection and chosen number revealed with down-under deal

memphis marvel \n cards are shuffled face up into face down, spectator selects three cards and puts them in pocket, he selects one and performer divines the card, next card is predicted \n ron wilson \n "genii" july, 1969.
1987
the uncanny scot, ron wilson Ron Wilson

Memphis Marvel

cards are shuffled face up into face down, spectator selects three cards and puts them in pocket, he selects one and performer divines the card, next card is predicted

either/or \n two cards from esp deck, spectators think of a number and count to card \n stephen minch \n either/or \n stephen minch
1987
the three faces of steve Stephen Minch

Either/Or

two cards from ESP deck, spectators think of a number and count to card

the smaven synthesis \n spectator moves hand over tabled spread of face-down esp cards and stops where he like, card predicted, 1-0-1 stack \n stephen minch
1987
the three faces of steve Stephen Minch

The Smaven Synthesis

spectator moves hand over tabled spread of face-down ESP cards and stops where he like, card predicted, 1-0-1 stack

stacked deck version \n spectator thinks of a card from half the deck, performer makes some statements and bets money, then five cards are put on table, spectator's card is among them and the other cards complete a good poker hand \n bob farmer \n the buddha bet \n karl fulves \n charles t. jordan \n joseph ovette \n u. f. grant \n finesse \n bob farmer \n what from whom \n karl fulves \n real mindreading \n james swain \n stacked deck version \n bob farmer
1987/1988
tsunami Bob Farmer

Stacked Deck Version

spectator thinks of a card from half the deck, performer makes some statements and bets money, then five cards are put on table, spectator's card is among them and the other cards complete a good poker hand

new approach i.f. control \n nine approaches, one or two selections, sometimes using twenty-six memorized cards \n edward marlo \n without a clue \n harry lorayne \n edward marlo
1988
marlo's magazine volume 6 Edward Marlo

New Approach I.F. Control

nine approaches, one or two selections, sometimes using twenty-six memorized cards

opposite pockets \n chosen and thought-of card are named, no-touch, weird thought-of procedure, partial stack \n brother john hamman \n hot pockets \n pit hartling \n brother john hamman \n 殷果 \n 殷欣 (sion) \n liar's truth \n helder guimarães
1989
the secrets of brother john hamman Brother John Hamman

Opposite Pockets

chosen and thought-of card are named, no-touch, weird thought-of procedure, partial stack

invisible thought transfer \n card thought of from ten-card packet vanishes, reappears in odd-backed deck, partial roughing, three methods \n edward marlo
1989
so soon? Edward Marlo

Invisible Thought Transfer

card thought of from ten-card packet vanishes, reappears in odd-backed deck, partial roughing, three methods

encounter \n duplicate found in second deck when number is counted down, "interrupted gilbreath principle" \n philip t. goldstein
1989
fifth Philip T. Goldstein

Encounter

duplicate found in second deck when number is counted down, "Interrupted Gilbreath Principle"

raw deal \n selection and chosen number revealed with down-under deal \n philip t. goldstein \n raw deal \n philip t. goldstein
1989
a phil goldstein collection Philip T. Goldstein

Raw Deal

selection and chosen number revealed with down-under deal

direct thought \n spectator thinks of any number card in cut-off pile and removes as many cards, without faro \n bob king \n instant revelation \n bob king \n psychic location (ii) \n bob king \n 23 \n michael weber \n tim trono
1990
more magician foolers Bob King

Direct Thought

spectator thinks of any number card in cut-off pile and removes as many cards, without faro

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

weight while i find it \n five methods, ungaffed, locator card, sticky card \n edward marlo \n alex elmsley \n weight \n alex elmsley
1991
the olram file Edward Marlo, Alex Elmsley

change x change \n two chosen numbers via dice are counted down and a value of the other number is found in each case, selection found as well \n karl fulves \n james's miracle \n stewart james \n ice dice \n philip t. goldstein \n stewart james
1992
deceptive practices Karl Fulves

Change X Change

two chosen numbers via dice are counted down and a value of the other number is found in each case, selection found as well

set-up thinker \n spectator says stop during riffle behind performer's back, secretly counting, using braue memorized deck \n frederick braue
1992
the fred braue notebooks Frederick Braue

Set-Up Thinker

spectator says stop during riffle behind performer's back, secretly counting, using Braue Memorized Deck

stack countdown \n spectator stops and then that value is counted down, a-k set-up, published in pathfinder magazine 30 years ago (ca. 1930?!) \n unknown \n the perfect stop trick \n edward marlo
1992
the fred braue notebooks
Unknown

Stack Countdown

spectator stops and then that value is counted down, A-K set-up, published in Pathfinder Magazine 30 years ago (ca. 1930?!)

lustig for life \n named value is cut to, selection at that number \n ernest earick \n a curious location \n jason england
1993
by forces unseen Ernest Earick

drawl \n winning cards in selected hand, spectator can cut to position for dealing last round of cards \n philip t. goldstein
1993
the minotaur Philip T. Goldstein

Drawl

winning cards in selected hand, spectator can cut to position for dealing last round of cards

the portable ladder \n cards spread on table, named number is counted to and card turned over, value of card helps find selection, force or prediction \n scott robinson
1993
semi-automatic card tricks Scott Robinson

The Portable Ladder

cards spread on table, named number is counted to and card turned over, value of card helps find selection, force or prediction

lucky 13 \n spectator cuts to two indicator cards, which total the position of the selection \n steve beam \n lucky 13 \n steve beam
1993
semi-automatic card tricks Steve Beam

Lucky 13

spectator cuts to two indicator cards, which total the position of the selection

the lost key \n \n steve beam \n charles jordan's "the infallible detection" in "collected tricks" and charles jordan's best card tricks"
1993
semi-automatic card tricks Steve Beam

The Lost Key

Inspired by

Charles Jordan's "The Infallible Detection" in "Collected Tricks" and Charles Jordan's Best Card Tricks"

innermost thought \n same trick, using thirteen specific cards to optimize multiple outs, also as phone effect \n sam schwartz \n thought process \n sam schwartz
1993
rigmarole Sam Schwartz

Innermost Thought

same trick, using thirteen specific cards to optimize multiple outs, also as phone effect

blackjack \n four named years are added, total used to deal four piles, when turned over the bottom cards are two blackjacks \n mel bennett \n quoth the maven \n philip t. goldstein \n y<sub>2</sub>k blackjack \n mel bennett
1993
rigmarole Mel Bennett

Blackjack

four named years are added, total used to deal four piles, when turned over the bottom cards are two blackjacks

me thinks \n one of thirteen cards thought of, dealing procedure according to thought-of card (color, value, suit), selection narrowed down by having one key card \n karl fulves \n thought process \n sam schwartz
1993
verbatim Karl Fulves

Me Thinks

one of thirteen cards thought of, dealing procedure according to thought-of card (color, value, suit), selection narrowed down by having one key card

you-me poker \n two poker hands, one card moved to spectator's hand, spectator thinks of one of his cards, dealing procedure according to thought-of card (color, value, suit), selection narrowed down by having one key card \n karl fulves \n thought process \n sam schwartz
1993
verbatim Karl Fulves

You-Me Poker

two poker hands, one card moved to spectator's hand, spectator thinks of one of his cards, dealing procedure according to thought-of card (color, value, suit), selection narrowed down by having one key card

auto-prediction \n three cards are predicted written on another playing card \n alex elmsley \n controlled fate \n roy walton \n cumulative \n philip t. goldstein
1994
the collected works of alex elmsley — volume 2 Alex Elmsley

Auto-Prediction

three cards are predicted written on another playing card

duploma \n spectator removes ace through five in some order, performer matches the order \n philip t. goldstein \n self-duplicating set-ups \n karl fulves
1994
thabbatical Philip T. Goldstein

Duploma

spectator removes Ace through Five in some order, performer matches the order

the perfect stopper \n spectator deals card on table and can stop anywhere, performer knows / names card \n steven youell \n blind side \n tom craven
1994
the trapdoor — volume three Steven Youell

The Perfect Stopper

spectator deals card on table and can stop anywhere, performer knows / names card

shadow play \n spectator remembers card at small number, two decks used to count down after some procedure, selection in both decks at same position \n karl fulves
1994
rigmarole Karl Fulves

Shadow Play

spectator remembers card at small number, two decks used to count down after some procedure, selection in both decks at same position

coincido \n no. 22, card remembered at total of cut-off packet, values used to find selection \n larry jennings \n lj's prophet \n larry jennings
1995
self-working close-up card magic Larry Jennings

Coincido

No. 22, card remembered at total of cut-off packet, values used to find selection

brainweave \n follow up with play it straight type effect \n james swain \n alex elmsley \n brainweave \n alex elmsley
1996
miracles with cards James Swain, Alex Elmsley

card in pocket coincidence \n prediction card placed in pocket, spectator selects card by counting down to named number, card in pocket shown to be mates \n nick trost \n card in pocket coincidence \n nick trost
1997
the card magic of nick trost Nick Trost

Card in Pocket Coincidence

Prediction card placed in pocket, spectator selects card by counting down to named number, card in pocket shown to be mates

part three - using 6 target cards \n - the spell of royalty
- variation #1
- variation #2
- pellmell spell
- variation #1
- variation #2
- variation #3
- spelling and think-king
- variation #1
- variation #2
- parallel spell
- variation
- clientele under your spell
- variation
- monthly spells
- variation
- blanking out spells
- variation for two spectators
- variation for three spectators \n marty kane \n under your spell \n tom daugherty \n the diary of delusion \n peter duffie \n the king of swing \n marty kane
1997
the trapdoor — volume three Marty Kane

know-it-all cards \n insert mystery card into face up spread, can always use the two cards adjacent to it to divine the mystery card's identity \n doug edwards
1997
doug edwards packs a wallop! Doug Edwards

Know-It-All Cards

Insert mystery card into face up spread, can always use the two cards adjacent to it to divine the mystery card's identity

would i lie to you? \n three piles, performer selects card from center pile and makes statements, spectator take cards from lie or truth pile, values added, selection arrived at \n karl fulves \n 3 little words \n stewart james \n informant \n karl fulves \n a card force \n karl fulves \n mel bennett
1998
underworld Karl Fulves

Would I Lie To You?

three piles, performer selects card from center pile and makes statements, spectator take cards from lie or truth pile, values added, selection arrived at

y<sub>2</sub>k blackjack \n four years added, four piles dealt according to sum, they make out two blackjack hands \n mel bennett \n blackjack \n mel bennett \n the blackjack player \n mel bennett \n stewart james
1998
the fine print Mel Bennett

Y_{2}K Blackjack

four years added, four piles dealt according to sum, they make out two blackjack hands

the routine \n stack for two hands, both are good but performer wins, spectator can riffle shuffle \n steve mayhew \n the world's greatest card cheat \n jason england \n allan ackerman \n steve mayhew \n bad beat \n jason england
1999
angels may shuffle but the devil still deals Steve Mayhew

The Routine

stack for two hands, both are good but performer wins, spectator can riffle shuffle

brute peace \n two decks, spectator names color and from one deck a card of this color is produced, repeated with suit and value, the resulting card is reversed in second deck \n doug conn
1999
tricks of my trade Doug Conn

Brute Peace

two decks, spectator names color and from one deck a card of this color is produced, repeated with suit and value, the resulting card is reversed in second deck

the stop trick \n \n sam leo horowitz \n roberto giobbi \n martin gardner \n a psychological discovery \n sam leo horowitz
2000
card college — volume 4 Sam Leo Horowitz, Roberto Giobbi, Martin Gardner

centrifugal poker \n cards in poker hand divined, "the centrifuge principle" \n philip t. goldstein \n playing cards \n philip t. goldstein
2000
northeast Philip T. Goldstein

Centrifugal Poker

cards in poker hand divined, "The Centrifuge Principle"

centrifugal poker \n cards in poker hand divined, "the centrifuge principle" \n philip t. goldstein \n playing cards \n philip t. goldstein
2000
ocmc notes Philip T. Goldstein

Centrifugal Poker

cards in poker hand divined, "The Centrifuge Principle"

don't lie to me \n two spectators get half the pack and either lie or say the truth about each card, magician spots all the lies \n paul curry \n don't lie to me \n paul curry \n reds and blacks \n hector chadwick
2001
paul curry's worlds beyond Paul Curry

Don't Lie to Me

two spectators get half the pack and either lie or say the truth about each card, magician spots all the lies

another stop! \n spectator stops while riffling, performer knows card, short card and set-up \n paul curry \n another stop! \n paul curry
2001
paul curry's worlds beyond Paul Curry

Another Stop!

spectator stops while riffling, performer knows card, short card and set-up

interlocking chain principle \n with a ruse to make the shuffle more convincing \n charles t. jordan \n paul curry
2001
paul curry's worlds beyond Charles T. Jordan, Paul Curry

choices \n card at named number \n simon aronson \n "chipper" (phil goldstein, chicago lecture notes, 1998) \n chipper \n philip t. goldstein
2001
try the impossible Simon Aronson

Choices

Card at named number

Inspired by

"Chipper" (Phil Goldstein, Chicago Lecture Notes, 1998)

psychic aura \n no. 22, three cards chosen from tabled layout, mates reverse in deck \n karl fulves \n nick trost
2001
new self-working card tricks Karl Fulves, Nick Trost

Psychic Aura

No. 22, three cards chosen from tabled layout, mates reverse in deck

the phantom die \n no. 32, card value and suit chosen by rolling invisible die and counting in six-card row, card predicted in case \n karl fulves
2001
new self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

The Phantom Die

No. 32, card value and suit chosen by rolling invisible die and counting in six-card row, card predicted in case

die version \n no. 37, two numbers chosen with die, their values lie at their opposite positions, selection at sum \n karl fulves \n stewart james \n pure mathematics \n dai vernon
2001
new self-working card tricks Karl Fulves, Stewart James

Die Version

No. 37, two numbers chosen with die, their values lie at their opposite positions, selection at sum

the blackjack player \n no. 75, four years added and piles dealt according to sum, two blackjack hands on top \n mel bennett \n stewart james \n y<sub>2</sub>k blackjack \n mel bennett
2001
new self-working card tricks Mel Bennett, Stewart James

The Blackjack Player

No. 75, four years added and piles dealt according to sum, two blackjack hands on top

scrambled stud \n no. 27, spectator remembers card and its position in ten-card packet, two hands dealt but selection and its mate face-down \n karl fulves \n bob hummer
2001
my best self-working card tricks Karl Fulves, Bob Hummer

Scrambled Stud

No. 27, spectator remembers card and its position in ten-card packet, two hands dealt but selection and its mate face-down

royal halo \n four ace cutting, count-down with indicator with final ace, royal flush kicker \n harry lorayne \n halo again \n harry lorayne
2001
personal collection Harry Lorayne

Royal HaLo

four Ace cutting, count-down with indicator with final Ace, Royal Flush kicker

beyond belief \n several anti-faros with about half the deck, royal flush and twos produced \n harry lorayne \n earthly powers \n richard vollmer \n beyond belief relief \n harry lorayne
2001
personal collection Harry Lorayne

Beyond Belief

several anti-faros with about half the deck, Royal Flush and Twos produced

centrifugal poker \n cards in poker hand divined, "the centrifuge principle" \n philip t. goldstein \n playing cards \n philip t. goldstein
2002
flaunting five fanciful formulae Philip T. Goldstein

Centrifugal Poker

cards in poker hand divined, "The Centrifuge Principle"

chipper \n card at number, four poker chips with numbers, two decks \n philip t. goldstein \n choices \n simon aronson
2002
flaunting five fanciful formulae Philip T. Goldstein

Chipper

card at number, four poker chips with numbers, two decks

secret setup \n strategy for setting up small setups in front of an audience, with trick examples \n roberto giobbi \n juan tamariz \n set-up in front of spectators \n juan tamariz \n openly arranging cards \n juan tamariz \n jason ladanye
2003
card college — volume 5 Roberto Giobbi, Juan Tamariz

Secret Setup

strategy for setting up small setups in front of an audience, with trick examples

centrifugal poker \n cards in poker hand divined, "the centrifuge principle" \n philip t. goldstein \n playing cards \n philip t. goldstein
2003
saint louis notes Philip T. Goldstein

Centrifugal Poker

cards in poker hand divined, "The Centrifuge Principle"

centrifugal poker \n cards in poker hand divined, "the centrifuge principle" \n philip t. goldstein \n playing cards \n philip t. goldstein
2003
singapore notes Philip T. Goldstein

Centrifugal Poker

cards in poker hand divined, "The Centrifuge Principle"

centrifugal poker \n cards in poker hand divined, "the centrifuge principle" \n philip t. goldstein \n playing cards \n philip t. goldstein
2003
... land notes Philip T. Goldstein

Centrifugal Poker

cards in poker hand divined, "The Centrifuge Principle"

noah count \n pectator riffle shuffles deck, deals a pile and moves two cards from rest into pile which is shuffled and handed to performer who divines both cards \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Noah Count

pectator riffle shuffles deck, deals a pile and moves two cards from rest into pile which is shuffled and handed to performer who divines both cards

kid koin \n after riffle shuffle top card is pocketed, coin turned over according to color of next four cards, then performer looks again and names card \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Kid Koin

after riffle shuffle top card is pocketed, coin turned over according to color of next four cards, then performer looks again and names card

able to match \n "automated version of 'business card prophecy'", after riffle shuffle fifteen cards are removed, a card stabbed and cards on either side divined and those are the only ones with mates in packet \n karl fulves \n business card prophesy \n bill simon
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Able To Match

"automated version of 'Business Card Prophecy'", after riffle shuffle fifteen cards are removed, a card stabbed and cards on either side divined and those are the only ones with mates in packet

sum card prophet \n spectator choses card face-up and stabs it into face-down deck, cards on either side add up to chosen value \n karl fulves \n business card prophesy \n bill simon
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Sum Card Prophet

spectator choses card face-up and stabs it into face-down deck, cards on either side add up to chosen value

the sigma principle \n force in which spectator cuts off pile, counts it and counts down that many cards in rest \n wesley james
2004
enchantments Wesley James

The Sigma Principle

force in which spectator cuts off pile, counts it and counts down that many cards in rest

centrifugal poker \n cards in poker hand divined, "the centrifuge principle" \n philip t. goldstein \n playing cards \n philip t. goldstein
2004
mindvention notes Philip T. Goldstein

Centrifugal Poker

cards in poker hand divined, "The Centrifuge Principle"

stock holdout \n spectator shuffles deck in parts, but partial stack is retained, see credit correction in issue 11, p. 1 \n martin gardner
2005
penumbra Martin Gardner

Stock Holdout

spectator shuffles deck in parts, but partial stack is retained, see credit correction in Issue 11, p. 1

cal-q-lator \n twelve card set-up \n peter duffie \n robert e. neale \n more lies \n robert e. neale
2007
best of friends — volume iii Peter Duffie, Robert E. Neale

a cunning odyssey \n pseudo memory demonstration, match number of cards cut off by spectator, then able to find mates / four of a kind, penelope \n jason alford \n weight your turn \n troy hooser \n mark tams \n penelope's principle \n alex elmsley \n odyssey iii \n michael powers
2007
the magician's ltd cookbook Jason Alford

A Cunning Odyssey

Pseudo memory demonstration, match number of cards cut off by spectator, then able to find mates / four of a kind, Penelope

friday night curry \n spectators select two cards, turn out to be mates \n jamie badman \n bring your wallet to the curry night \n jamie badman
2007
the magician's ltd cookbook Jamie Badman

bring your wallet to the curry night \n variation of friday night curry, but with wallet secret preparation \n jamie badman \n friday night curry \n jamie badman
2007
the magician's ltd cookbook Jamie Badman

Bring Your Wallet to the Curry Night

Variation of Friday Night Curry, but with wallet secret preparation

skrood again! \n spectator names a card, performer fails to cut to it, but predicts the failure accurately with prediction on back of card \n anthony miller
2007
the magician's ltd cookbook Anthony Miller

Skrood Again!

Spectator names a card, performer fails to cut to it, but predicts the failure accurately with prediction on back of card

suit yourself \n packet of chosen suit arranges itself from ace to king in spectator's hands, see also lew brooks' "order out of chaos" (stack attack) \n ken krenzel
2009
relaxed impossibilities Ken Krenzel

Suit Yourself

packet of chosen suit arranges itself from ace to king in spectator's hands, see also Lew Brooks' "Order Out of Chaos" (Stack Attack)

hooked \n with fishing sequence for six to eight cards \n steve beam \n outer limits \n john bannon
2010
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 8 Steve Beam

one upsmanship \n performer cuts one card higher than spectator, stack, inspired by paul hallas' "a cut above" (tricks from the overground) \n steve beam
2010
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 8 Steve Beam

One Upsmanship

performer cuts one card higher than spectator, stack, inspired by Paul Hallas' "A Cut Above" (Tricks from the Overground)

chad long's "shuffling lesson" into a partial stack \n to end in half stack \n denis behr \n the shuffling lesson \n chad long
2011
handcrafted card magic — volume 2 Denis Behr

Chad Long's "Shuffling Lesson" into a Partial Stack

the memory expert at the bridge table \n overhand stacking demonstration, bridge deal in which performer names all cards in one hand and saves selection for last, thirteen memorized cards set-up \n tony cabral \n the expert at the bridge table \n andrew wimhurst
2011
card tricks for the untrustworthy Tony Cabral

The Memory Expert at the Bridge Table

overhand stacking demonstration, bridge deal in which performer names all cards in one hand and saves selection for last, thirteen memorized cards set-up

the continuous do as i do \n spectator and performer each shuffle half the deck and exchange top card, they match, repeated multiple times \n patrick page \n douglas francis' "duo coincido" in peter warlock's "pentagram" vol. 1 no. 2, 1946 \n do as i do \n patrick page \n coincidencia \n pablo domenèch \n all clear \n peter duffie \n match me \n gary plants
2011
magic page by page Patrick Page

The Continuous Do As I Do

spectator and performer each shuffle half the deck and exchange top card, they match, repeated multiple times

Inspired by

Douglas Francis' "Duo Coincido" in Peter Warlock's "Pentagram" Vol. 1 No. 2, 1946

the trinity concept \n control concept for three cards with partial set-up, multiple presentations \n ben train \n thot echo \n sam schwartz
2012
anteater consortium Ben Train

The Trinity Concept

control concept for three cards with partial set-up, multiple presentations

a curious location \n selection lost, number up to ten named, performer cuts to this value and selection is found that many cards down \n jason england \n lustig for life \n ernest earick
2012
texas on a saturday night Jason England

A Curious Location

selection lost, number up to ten named, performer cuts to this value and selection is found that many cards down

bringing down the house \n missing card named, four naturals after spectators-shuffle procedure \n jason ladanye
2013
confident deceptions Jason Ladanye

Bringing Down the House

missing card named, four naturals after spectators-shuffle procedure

beginner's luck \n spectator first gets a flush in hearts, then a straight flush in spades \n joseph barry \n red black \n michael weber
2014
reverie Joseph Barry

Beginner's Luck

spectator first gets a flush in hearts, then a straight flush in spades

shuffled ose control \n stock is controlled even though spectator shuffles deck, cuts and reassembles \n benjamin earl \n ose's cut \n jay ose
2015
less is more bonus Benjamin Earl

Shuffled Ose Control

stock is controlled even though spectator shuffles deck, cuts and reassembles

hot pockets \n card stopped at and card thought-of in relation to the thought-of card, both removed, performer divines both \n pit hartling \n brother john hamman \n opposite pockets \n brother john hamman
2015
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 10 Pit Hartling, Brother John Hamman

Hot Pockets

card stopped at and card thought-of in relation to the thought-of card, both removed, performer divines both

centrifugal poker \n cards in poker hand divined, "the centrifuge principle" \n max maven \n playing cards \n philip t. goldstein
2016
session notes Max Maven

Centrifugal Poker

cards in poker hand divined, "The Centrifuge Principle"

so-lution 1 \n - phase 1: selecting a number
- phase 2: forcing one of twelve court cards
- phase 3: production of the card (climax) \n so sato
2016
the secrets of so sato So Sato

mass destruction stacking \n deck cut into piles, spectator shuffles all, yet some set-up is retained \n so sato \n thoughtful words \n david regal \n spectator's holdout shuffle \n benjamin earl
2016
the secrets of so sato So Sato

Mass Destruction Stacking

deck cut into piles, spectator shuffles all, yet some set-up is retained

card call \n "cabaret ard divination" of a bunch of cards, last card predicted in letter \n roberto giobbi \n billy mccomb \n ken de courcy \n psi-stebbins \n larry becker
2016
standup card magic Roberto Giobbi, Billy McComb, Ken De Courcy

Card Call

"Cabaret ard Divination" of a bunch of cards, last card predicted in letter

"this is why i am here" \n replacing glimpse after spectator's shuffle with set-up and shuffle strategy \n gary plants \n a cy endfield location \n cy endfield \n fred robinson \n why am i here? \n dai vernon
2017
operandi Gary Plants

"This is Why I am Here"

replacing glimpse after spectator's shuffle with set-up and shuffle strategy

a.m. \n two spectators peek at a card, performer divines them, fair conditions \n unknown \n the three of clubs \n ralph w. hull \n unknown \n double thoughts - single deck \n edward marlo \n first method \n edward marlo
2017
michał kociołek live!
Unknown

A.M.

two spectators peek at a card, performer divines them, fair conditions

stacked deck version \n spectator thinks of a card from half the deck, performer makes some statements and bets money, then five cards are put on table, spectator's card is among them and the other cards complete a good poker hand \n bob farmer \n stacked deck version \n bob farmer
2017
the bammo tarodiction toolbox Bob Farmer

Stacked Deck Version

spectator thinks of a card from half the deck, performer makes some statements and bets money, then five cards are put on table, spectator's card is among them and the other cards complete a good poker hand

just in case \n selection replaced, four packets made, spectator choses one, selection is on top, rest of packet is matching suit, other packets mixed, juan tamariz \n harry lorayne
2017
jawdroppers! two Harry Lorayne

Just In Case

selection replaced, four packets made, spectator choses one, selection is on top, rest of packet is matching suit, other packets mixed, Juan Tamariz

the whispering queen \n queen tossed in deck, value of card there is used to count to selection, ace to ten set-up \n johnny thompson \n jeff busby
2018
the magic of johnny thompson Johnny Thompson, Jeff Busby

The Whispering Queen

queen tossed in deck, value of card there is used to count to selection, Ace to Ten set-up