75 entries in Cards / Sleights / Force / Peek & Fingertip Peek Force
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Short Card Peek Force spectator says stop
1928 1
T. Page Wright Card Force and Reverse card forced via peek force, it then turns over fairly
1933 22
Forcing Thought Principle - Several Methods of Forcing a Certain Card during riffle, springing, fanning
1935 8
Eddie Joseph Psychological Riffle Peek Force in-jogged card affects slight pause at force card
1942 57
Corner Short Peek Force
1945 12
Peek Force with break
1945 13
Edward Marlo Timing Peek Force reversed card as edge mark
1945 13
Bill Simon The Peek Force with break
1952 101
Edward Marlo Fingertip Peek Force corner short, also multiple cards, see note on page 22
1956 9
Edward Marlo Fourth Method in-jog
1956 10
Edward Marlo Double Peek Force fingertip
1956 12
Edward Marlo Fifth Method steps in advance
1956 13
Edward Marlo Commercial Double Peek Force
1956 17
Edward Marlo Free Force multiple card control, re-forcing the break
1956 17
P. Howard Lyons Psi Stebbins - Method III several cards are peeked at by spectators, performer divines all, consecutive peek riffle force
Related to Sep. 1957
Ibidem (Issue 11)
Edward Marlo The Sudden Stop fingertip peek control, "Forced Estimation"
Related to 1962 21
Max Malini The Peek Force spectator's peek
1962 69
James Steranko Influence in demo riffle a card is nail nicked and peeked, then it is forced in fingertip peek position
Related to 1962 36
Edward Marlo Peek Force Handling break
May 1962
Ibidem (Issue 25)
Theodore Annemann Peek Force Card two cards glued together
1968 135
Edward Marlo As a Repeat Peek Force jog
1970 45
Edward Marlo The Double Peek Force jog
1970 47
Edward Marlo Triple Peek Force jog
1970 47
Edward Marlo Setting up for Fingertip Peek Force with jog fan and one hand closing of fan
1970 63
Edward Marlo Reverse Fingertip Control forcing thick or short card, riffled from the back to the front, two methods
1970 64
Edward Marlo Impromptu Methods
  • Double Fingertip Control
    - Quadruple Fingertip Control
    - Six Card Fingertip Peek
1970 66
Edward Marlo Fingertip Peek & Stripper Deck
1970 157
Derek Dingle Peek Force
1971 4
Peek Force riffling and stopping without anyone saying stop
Mar. 1972
Epilogue (Issue 14)
Multiple Peek Improvement No. 504, forcing consecutive cards with peek force, sold as thought-of cards
1972 140
Edward G. Brown The Peek spectator opens the deck somewhere, force
1973 191
Roger Smith The Short Card Faro Force peek force in IF condition, faking IF control
1975 13
Edward Marlo Peek Force Handling method to pick up the break
1976 27
Allan Ackerman Dropping A Card forcing "any" card in peek position, thought of touch
1978 57
Edward Marlo In Fingertip Control using an injog, also as force and multiple control
1979 39
Injog Peek Force
1979 99
Corner Short Peek Force
1981 42
Peek Force corner short
1981 3
Peek Force break
1984 2
Frederick Braue FB Thought-Card Force force card has injogged card below it, spectator thinks of one as deck is riffled through (1936)
1985 7
Justin Higham Fingertip Peek Force with step
Inspired by May 1989
Inside Out (Issue 6)
Edward Marlo Spectator Holds Deck peek force while spectator holds deck
1990 4
Edward Marlo Peek Force of Rubber Banded Card
1991 28
Fingertip Peek Force with short/mini card
1991 154
Theodore Annemann Annemann Gimmick glued at one end
1992 132
Bob Veeser The Force that isn't There forcing a card that is no longer in the deck, ungaffed
Sep. 1993
The Olram File (Issue 13)
Eddie Fechter Peek Force
  • Multiple Force
1993 174
Karl Fulves Psychological Riffle Force Handling in-jogged card as short card
1996 11
Jeff Busby Another Historical Side Trip credit information on peek forces with edge-marks
Related to 1998 73
Jeff Busby The Force at Your Fingertips credit information on precursors for fingertip peek force with edge-marked force card
Related to 1998 75
Jeff Busby Basic Fingertip Force with edge-marked force card and timing
1998 77
Jeff Busby Using the Texan Key to Force Other Cards forcing card above or below edge-marked card, or ranging force from small memorized stack
Related to 1998 79
James Swain The Look-Away Force
1999 75
Fingertip Peek Force angle-jog
1999 71
The Peek Force also as multiple peek control by forcing consecutive cards
2000 796
Neal Elias To Force A Card fingertip peek, with jogged card that acts as short card
2001 59
Karl Fulves The Breakless Peek technical variation, side-jogged card acts as short card
Inspired by 2001 103
Karl Fulves The Recalcitrant Spectator out when spectator does not stop at jog for fingertip peek force, counting distance
2001 108
Karl Fulves Peek & Cut cutting where spectator stops, weird
2001 111
Edward Marlo Fingertip Peek Force
2003 21
Karl Fulves Banded Peek Force
2004 22
Fingertip Peek Force with in-jog
2006 33
Joshua Jay Swing Force Force a card that is sandwiched on top of deck
2007 80
Jerry K. Hartman Push-Off Riffle Force combination of a Riffle Peek Force and a Riffle Force
“This sleight was explained in an earlier and inexact form in Super Dupes” (see reference)
Also published here 2007 9
Fingertip Peek Force short card
2008 58
Shane Cobalt Peek Force Handling deck higher than usual, peek-force pair
2012 4
Tyler Wilson Special Forces Magician riffles through deck and has spectator see and think of any card, works 100% if the time
  • Riff Raff
  • Assault Riffle
2013 7
Riffle Peek Force short card
2013 114
Roberto Giobbi The Peek Force
  • Peek and Force
2016 71
John Cottle Border Control on using border-less cards, control, location, fingertip peek force
Related to Sep. 2017
Operandi (Issue 3)
Edward Marlo Corner Short Peek Force
Related to 2017 21
Edward Marlo Fingertip Peek Force angle jog
2021 93
Edward Marlo Fingertip Peek Force in-jogged marker
Also published here
  • MAGIC, Sep. 2004
2022 328
Fingertip Peek Force angle jog
2022 17
Fingertip Peek Force angle jog
2023 30