die vier buben auf der wanderschaft \n no. 6, four cards chosen, they are the four jacks, they are shuffled back and produced from inside the jacket at sleeve opening \n l'homme masqué
1895
der kartenkünstler L'Homme Masqué

Die vier Buben auf der Wanderschaft

No. 6, four cards chosen, they are the four jacks, they are shuffled back and produced from inside the jacket at sleeve opening

die eintracht der damen \n card chosen, then three more cards chosen and the match, then assembly with four double facers \n unknown
1895
der zauberspiegel
Unknown

Die Eintracht der Damen

card chosen, then three more cards chosen and the match, then assembly with four double facers

die verwandlung der vier point-acht-karten \n four spectators each take a card, they're the eights, those then change to sevens and the eights are back in the deck, impromptu double-enders \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n der bube als "enfant terrible" \n unknown
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

Die Verwandlung der vier Point-Acht-Karten

four spectators each take a card, they're the Eights, those then change to Sevens and the Eights are back in the deck, impromptu double-enders

der bube als "enfant terrible" \n four cards selected, they're the eights, eights held by spectator, four other cards placed on table, eights returned into deck, cards on table turn out to be three eights and a jack, jack transformed into missing eight and four jacks produced from pocket \n unknown \n die verwandlung der vier point-acht-karten \n johann nepomuk hofzinser
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler
Unknown

Der Bube als "enfant terrible"

four cards selected, they're the Eights, Eights held by spectator, four other cards placed on table, Eights returned into deck, cards on table turn out to be three Eights and a Jack, jack transformed into missing Eight and four Jacks produced from pocket

four aces at four numbers \n four numbers named and aces counted to one by one, using faced deck and deck turnovers \n unknown
1897
die zauberwelt
Unknown

Four Aces at four Numbers

four numbers named and Aces counted to one by one, using faced deck and deck turnovers

die vier könige \n "hofzinser's kartenkünste v."
card thought of, three cards chosen from a chosen packet, another card quickly taken out of pocketed deck by spectator, assembly, three double facers \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n die vier könige \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n die vier könige \n johann nepomuk hofzinser
1901
die zauberwelt Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

Die vier Könige

"Hofzinser's Kartenkünste V."
card thought of, three cards chosen from a chosen packet, another card quickly taken out of pocketed deck by spectator, assembly, three double facers

die vier buben auf wanderschaft \n four cards chosen, they are the jacks, shuffled back and produced from up the sleeve, duplicates \n carl willmann
1904
die zauberwelt Carl Willmann

Die vier Buben auf Wanderschaft

four cards chosen, they are the Jacks, shuffled back and produced from up the sleeve, duplicates

die verwandlung der vier point-achtkarten \n four cards chosen, they are the eights and tabled, then they transpose with the four sevens (three eights with a cover seven fanned and vice versa) \n carl willmann
1904
die zauberwelt Carl Willmann

Die Verwandlung der vier Point-Achtkarten

four cards chosen, they are the Eights and tabled, then they transpose with the four Sevens (three Eights with a cover Seven fanned and vice versa)

die vier acht \n four chosen cards turn out to be the eights, they're lost and four indifferent cards change to eights, then jacks are produced \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n the four eights \n johann nepomuk hofzinser
1910
kartenkünste Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

Die vier Acht

four chosen cards turn out to be the Eights, they're lost and four indifferent cards change to Eights, then Jacks are produced

die macht des gedanken \n spectator selects three cards which match prediction, then assembly, four double facers \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n the power of faith \n johann nepomuk hofzinser
1910
kartenkünste Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

Die Macht des Gedanken

spectator selects three cards which match prediction, then assembly, four double facers

die vier könige \n card thought of, then a spectator extracts it from pocket, three matching cards found, then assembly, four double facers \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n die vier könige \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n the four kings \n johann nepomuk hofzinser
1910
kartenkünste Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

Die Vier Könige

card thought of, then a spectator extracts it from pocket, three matching cards found, then assembly, four double facers

allvermögen der damen \n four cards chosen, they're the queens, they transpose with four indifferent cards, queens change one by one and back to queens \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n omnipotence of the ladies \n johann nepomuk hofzinser
1910
kartenkünste Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

Allvermögen der Damen

four cards chosen, they're the Queens, they transpose with four indifferent cards, Queens change one by one and back to Queens

the audley walsh coincidence \n four cards selected turn out to be aces, lost again and dealt in poker hand \n audley walsh \n audley walsh coincidence \n audley walsh \n audley walsh coincidence \n audley walsh \n informant \n karl fulves \n other worlds \n john werner
1936
the jinx 1-50 Audley Walsh

The Audley Walsh Coincidence

four cards selected turn out to be aces, lost again and dealt in poker hand

u-do-it ace trick \n spectator loses aces in deck and deals out four hands to find them again, no-touch by magician (telephone trick?) \n u. f. grant
1938
greater magic U. F. Grant

U-Do-It Ace Trick

spectator loses Aces in deck and deals out four hands to find them again, no-touch by magician (telephone trick?)

the seventh son \n spectator finds three mates \n unknown \n seventh son of a seventh son \n jean hugard \n roberto giobbi
1940
expert card technique
Unknown

locating the aces \n four touched cards are stripped out and shown to be the aces \n jean hugard \n frederick braue
1941
the stripper deck Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue

Locating the Aces

four touched cards are stripped out and shown to be the Aces

four piles and a dollar bill \n spectator deals pile into four piles, the values on top form the year on the bill \n martin gardner
1941
after the dessert Martin Gardner

Four Piles and a Dollar Bill

spectator deals pile into four piles, the values on top form the year on the bill

a good number \n spectators stops while performer is shuffling four times and cards are turned over, next to aces \n edward marlo \n notes on a miracle \n edward marlo
1942
deck deception Edward Marlo

A Good Number

spectators stops while performer is shuffling four times and cards are turned over, next to aces

audley walsh coincidence \n four cards selected turn out to be aces, lost again and dealt in poker hand \n audley walsh \n the audley walsh coincidence \n audley walsh
1943
full deck of impromptu card tricks Audley Walsh

Audley Walsh Coincidence

four cards selected turn out to be aces, lost again and dealt in poker hand

your favorite ace \n experiment no. 34 - named aces appear at named numbers, surprise transposition at end \n arthur h. buckley
1946
card control Arthur H. Buckley

Your Favorite Ace

Experiment No. 34 - named aces appear at named numbers, surprise transposition at end

four ace routine \n (a) four piles build by shuffling and being stopped by spectator, ace on top of each
(b) aces lost, number cards selected and their value used to count down to aces
(c) "cutting the aces" \n j. b. bobo
1947
watch this one! J. B. Bobo

Four Ace Routine

(a) four piles build by shuffling and being stopped by spectator, Ace on top of each
(b) Aces lost, number cards selected and their value used to count down to Aces
(c) "Cutting the Aces"

10-6-9-4 \n four values are counted to, aces found, inspired by stanley collins trick from "a conjuring melange" \n bert fenn \n neal elias \n quadruple prediction \n steve beam \n quadruple prediction \n steve beam
1948
show stoppers with cards Bert Fenn, Neal Elias

10-6-9-4

four values are counted to, aces found, inspired by Stanley Collins trick from "A Conjuring Melange"

sympathetic aces \n no. 19, ten-twenty force to locate all four aces one by one, minor variation included to locate royal flush \n john scarne
1950
scarne on card tricks John Scarne

Sympathetic Aces

No. 19, Ten-Twenty Force to locate all four Aces one by one, minor variation included to locate Royal Flush

the gambler \n with gambling theme, spectator has to deal from the bottom \n russell "rusduck" duck
1951
the phoenix 201 — 250 Russell "Rusduck" Duck

The Gambler

with gambling theme, spectator has to deal from the bottom

a touching experiment \n cards spread on table, spectator and performer draw out two cards each, four aces \n bill simon
1952
effective card magic Bill Simon

A Touching Experiment

cards spread on table, spectator and performer draw out two cards each, four Aces

the mathemagician \n two spectators discover the aces by random dealing, dealing to bottom and then into multiple piles \n bill simon \n cut the kings \n frank garcia \n unbalanced aces \n bill simon \n karl fulves
1954
sleightly sensational Bill Simon

The Mathemagician

two spectators discover the aces by random dealing, dealing to bottom and then into multiple piles

(6) the mentalist's four ace trick \n four cards are selected and put into a glass each, in the glasses are odd backed cards as predictions, two times four aces \n tony corinda \n jon tremaine
1958
predictions Tony Corinda, Jon Tremaine

(6) The Mentalist's Four Ace Trick

four cards are selected and put into a glass each, in the glasses are odd backed cards as predictions, two times four Aces

four of a kind \n magician and spectator each exchange some cards which turn out to be four of a kind \n dai vernon \n aces wild \n ron johnson \n harry lorayne \n four of a mind \n paul swinford
1959
inner secrets of card magic Dai Vernon

Four of a kind

Magician and Spectator each exchange some cards which turn out to be four of a kind

dead man's hand finale \n chapter twelve, "a lesson in card artistry"
spectator choses card, they turn out to be dead man's hand (pair of eights and aces), third ace appears between them \n james steranko
1960
steranko on cards James Steranko

Dead Man's Hand Finale

Chapter Twelve, "A Lesson in Card Artistry"
spectator choses card, they turn out to be Dead Man's Hand (pair of Eights and Aces), third Ace appears between them

aces wild \n aces are found in do as i do way with two halves \n ron johnson \n harry lorayne \n four of a kind \n dai vernon \n the real work \n harry lorayne
1962
close-up card magic Ron Johnson, Harry Lorayne

revolving aces \n four times christ force \n herb zarrow \n perpetual force variation \n meir yedid \n ace stop \n nick trost
1962
close-up card magic Herb Zarrow

emerald isle aces \n kind of stop force \n dai vernon \n hubert lambert \n faucett ross
1967
ultimate secrets of card magic Dai Vernon, Hubert Lambert, Faucett Ross

deal & duck \n eight cards removed below the table by performer and spectator, packet used to find aces via deal & duck \n bill simon \n harry lorayne \n a much better chance \n harry lorayne
1967
deck-sterity Bill Simon, Harry Lorayne

Deal & Duck

eight cards removed below the table by performer and spectator, packet used to find aces via deal & duck

aces at random \n four cards face up, value of each is dealt and four aces found, spectator decides in which order \n gene finnell
1967
free cut principle Gene Finnell

Aces at Random

four cards face up, value of each is dealt and four aces found, spectator decides in which order

four of a mind \n spectator thinks of a value and removes card of that value from half the deck, performer divines it, repeat, do as i do finale \n paul swinford \n four of a kind \n dai vernon
1969
expert card mysteries Paul Swinford

Four of a Mind

spectator thinks of a value and removes card of that value from half the deck, performer divines it, repeat, do as i do finale

re-selection \n four aces are lost, spectator selects four cards, turn out to be four aces, lapping \n edward marlo
1970
advanced fingertip control Edward Marlo

Re-selection

four Aces are lost, spectator selects four cards, turn out to be four Aces, lapping

irresistible fours \n two cards as predictions, two cards chosen, makes four fours \n robert (bob) hess
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Robert (Bob) Hess

Irresistible Fours

two cards as predictions, two cards chosen, makes four fours

fourcefully \n spectator selects four cards from four packets of four cards each - four-of-a-kind \n harry lorayne \n fourcefully \n harry lorayne
1971
reputation-makers Harry Lorayne

Fourcefully

spectator selects four cards from four packets of four cards each - four-of-a-kind

roll your own \n dice are rolled and number used to count down to the aces, last ace found via indicator card \n harry lorayne
1971
reputation-makers Harry Lorayne

Roll Your Own

dice are rolled and number used to count down to the aces, last ace found via indicator card

notes on a miracle \n kings are inserted next to queens by spectator, ten methods (ungaffed, double facers, double backers, roughed) \n edward marlo \n a good number \n edward marlo
1971
hierophant Edward Marlo

Notes on a Miracle

Kings are inserted next to Queens by spectator, ten methods (ungaffed, double facers, double backers, roughed)

cut the kings \n spectator deals in four piles, kings on top, change to aces \n frank garcia \n the good magician \n edward marlo \n the mathemagician \n bill simon
1972
million dollar card secrets Frank Garcia

Cut the Kings

spectator deals in four piles, kings on top, change to aces

european aces \n three cards forced as ace production \n arturo de ascanio \n george schindler \n frank garcia \n they match! \n larry becker \n future acethetics \n daryl martinez
1973
super subtle card miracles Arturo de Ascanio, George Schindler, Frank Garcia

fourcast \n from twelve-card packet spectator choses two cards which are mated and form a four-of-a-kind \n karl fulves \n fourcast \n karl fulves
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Karl Fulves

Fourcast

from twelve-card packet spectator choses two cards which are mated and form a four-of-a-kind

dribble concept continued \n two decks are dribbled and spectator calls stop, eight aces, double back thick card \n edward marlo \n dribble coincidence \n edward marlo
1974
pabular Edward Marlo

Dribble Concept Continued

two decks are dribbled and spectator calls stop, eight aces, double back thick card

four-way coincidence \n impromptu \n john murray \n four card coincidence \n john murray \n four-way coincidence \n john murray \n final four \n karl fulves \n database \n karl fulves \n ultra match-up \n john murray \n one in the side pocket \n ramón riobóo \n karate kid \n karl fulves
1975
card cavalcade 3 John Murray

repeat under spread loading \n strange position of block clipped between fingers of left hand under spread, feeding cards while spreading under spread or on face to formed packet \n karl fulves \n slydini
1975
methods with cards — part 2 Karl Fulves, Slydini

Repeat Under Spread Loading

strange position of block clipped between fingers of left hand under spread, feeding cards while spreading under spread or on face to formed packet

cut to win \n spectator shuffles deck and helps forming five packets, royal flush card on face of each \n karl fulves
1975
methods with cards — part 2 Karl Fulves

Cut To Win

spectator shuffles deck and helps forming five packets, royal flush card on face of each

a letter from m. d. overholser \n four cards removed, those values counted down to, those are the aces \n m. d. overholser \n item #388 in daley's notebooks
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 M. D. Overholser

A Letter From M. D. Overholser

four cards removed, those values counted down to, those are the Aces

banker \n spectator stops the performer four times during overhand shuffle, bottom cards of those packets are aces, slip shuffle \n barry govan
1975
new and novel knowledge Barry Govan

Banker

spectator stops the performer four times during overhand shuffle, bottom cards of those packets are Aces, slip shuffle

poker generosity \n no. 5, spectator pushes four cards out of tabled spread, they are four aces, switched one by one with master palm \n russell t. barnhart
1975
the master palm Russell T. Barnhart

Poker Generosity

No. 5, spectator pushes four cards out of tabled spread, they are four Aces, switched one by one with Master Palm

hofzinser would have loved this \n same as "my best number", queens change to kings, to pocket climax \n edward marlo
1976
marlo's magazine volume 1 Edward Marlo

Hofzinser would have loved this

same as "My Best Number", Queens change to Kings, to Pocket Climax

stabbed coincidence \n prediction, selection is stabbed in deck, four-of-a-kind \n larry jennings \n splitz \n mark weston \n mod quad \n jerry k. hartman
1976
stabbed coincidence Larry Jennings

Stabbed Coincidence

prediction, selection is stabbed in deck, four-of-a-kind

four ace opener \n four aces found one by one via flipping packets over on top of the deck, like a cut deeper force \n nick trost
1976
subtle card magic: part one Nick Trost

Four Ace Opener

Four Aces found one by one via flipping packets over on top of the deck, like a Cut Deeper Force

everybody cuts the four aces plus wow!! \n four piles dealt while spectator says stop, four kings found, they change to aces \n roger smith
1976
smith's mini-lecture notes no. 2 Roger Smith

Everybody Cuts the Four Aces Plus Wow!!

four piles dealt while spectator says stop, four Kings found, they change to Aces

everybody cuts the aces another ending \n see reference, surprise transformation of kings into aces as kings are produced again from deck \n roger smith
1976
smith's mini-lecture notes no. 2 Roger Smith

Everybody Cuts the Aces Another Ending

see reference, surprise transformation of Kings into Aces as Kings are produced again from deck

fourcast \n from twelve-card packet spectator choses two cards which are mated and form a four-of-a-kind \n karl fulves \n fourcast \n karl fulves
1977
the magic book Karl Fulves

Fourcast

from twelve-card packet spectator choses two cards which are mated and form a four-of-a-kind

blackjack player's delight \n four ten-values are on table, four selections turn out to be the four aces to make four blackjacks \n ron ferris \n allan ackerman \n blackjack players blight \n r. paul wilson
1978
here's my card Ron Ferris, Allan Ackerman

Blackjack Player's Delight

four ten-values are on table, four selections turn out to be the four Aces to make four blackjacks

mod quad \n card selected is stabbed into deck, prediction shown to be mate, and then card is shown to be stabbed between the other two mates (describes two methods) \n jerry k. hartman \n stabbed coincidence \n larry jennings
1978
loose ends Jerry K. Hartman

Mod Quad

Card selected is stabbed into deck, prediction shown to be mate, and then card is shown to be stabbed between the other two mates (describes two methods)

mb aces \n four spectators select cards by counting down with a milk build shuffle in between the selections, they are the aces \n karl fulves
1979
faro possibilities Karl Fulves

MB Aces

four spectators select cards by counting down with a Milk Build Shuffle in between the selections, they are the aces

any four of a kind \n any named four of a kind is found via mathematical digit-add force, stack \n father cyprian
1980
the elegant card magic of father cyprian Father Cyprian

Any Four of a Kind

any named four of a kind is found via mathematical digit-add force, stack

the sevens - a card trick \n spectators select four cards by taking and dealing, they are all sevens, then the cards reverse in the deck \n jim ryan \n the sevens \n unknown
1981
jim ryan close-up: entertaining card quickies Jim Ryan

The Sevens - A Card Trick

spectators select four cards by taking and dealing, they are all sevens, then the cards reverse in the deck

over and under switch - second application \n spectator touches aces in face down spread \n derek dingle
1982
the complete works of derek dingle Derek Dingle

future acethetics \n three aces forced with counting force, based on <a href="" target="_blank">european aces</a> \n daryl martinez
1982
for your entertainment pleasure Daryl Martinez

Future Acethetics

three aces forced with counting force, based on European Aces

cased aces \n spectator's cards change to (are) aces when put in case \n karrell fox \n "jacks in the box" \n karrell fox
1982
apocalypse vol. 1-5 Karrell Fox

Cased Aces

spectator's cards change to (are) aces when put in case

royal takeover \n three selected cards turn out to be aces, they change into royal flush \n meir yedid
1982
meir yedid's incredible close-up magic Meir Yedid

Royal Takeover

three selected cards turn out to be Aces, they change into Royal Flush

sparrows tears \n spectator touches four cards: kings, four other selections turn out to have red backs, back color switches places then \n jerry sadowitz
1984
cards hit Jerry Sadowitz

Sparrows Tears

spectator touches four cards: kings, four other selections turn out to have red backs, back color switches places then

raiders of the last ace \n spectator cuts to random card, counts down to an ace. does this four times for four aces \n stephen tucker
1984
the card-mad-gic of stephen tucker Stephen Tucker

Raiders of the last ace

Spectator cuts to random card, counts down to an Ace. Does this four times for four Aces

here come the aces \n five card are selected, and one turned over, others are aces \n carl wiesinger
1984
fork full of appetizers - book 2 Carl Wiesinger

Here Come the Aces

five card are selected, and one turned over, others are aces

t.n.two \n spectator cuts to two kings which find two aces and transform in two missing aces \n philip t. goldstein
1985
apocalypse vol. 6-10 Philip T. Goldstein

T.N.TWO

spectator cuts to two Kings which find two Aces and transform in two missing Aces

high speed \n spectator and magician each find two aces, are lost and found reversed in center \n jeff altman
1985
best of friends - volume ii Jeff Altman

High Speed

spectator and magician each find two Aces, are lost and found reversed in center

prefiguration \n impromptu \n larry jennings \n pocket prediction \n rufus steele \n karl fulves \n forefiguration \n randy wakeman \n pre-pre-figuration \n william goodwin \n one in the side pocket \n ramón riobóo \n kk + lj \n peter duffie \n aldo colombini \n robin robertson \n prefiguration refigured \n david lederman \n facade \n steve beam
1986
the classic magic of larry jennings Larry Jennings

freedom of choice \n four cards touched by spectator and outjogged, spread immediately held high and they are the aces \n ray kosby \n the stripout insertion addition \n bruce cervon \n larry jennings
1986
scratching the surface Ray Kosby

Freedom of Choice

four cards touched by spectator and outjogged, spread immediately held high and they are the Aces

"jacks in the box" \n spectator removes four unknown card and they are placed in case, they turn out to be the four jacks, apparently putting cards in case, switch \n karrell fox \n the chivalrous kings and the four ladies \n arthur h. buckley \n karrell fox \n dai vernon \n cased aces \n karrell fox
1986
for my next trick... Karrell Fox

"Jacks in the Box"

spectator removes four unknown card and they are placed in case, they turn out to be the four Jacks, apparently putting cards in case, switch

tossed four of a kind \n three freely chosen cards turn out to be aces, four cards as one on table via impeccable double \n piet forton
1987
epoptica Piet Forton

Tossed Four of a Kind

three freely chosen cards turn out to be aces, four cards as one on table via Impeccable Double

aces by proxy \n spectator shuffles and takes out any four cards, also with previous selections \n dai vernon
1988
the vernon chronicles — volume 2 Dai Vernon

Aces by Proxy

spectator shuffles and takes out any four cards, also with previous selections

the effect \n multiple sandwich with queens, change to kings, they vanish, queens and kings in four pockets \n edward marlo
1988
marlo's magazine volume 6 Edward Marlo

The Effect

multiple sandwich with queens, change to kings, they vanish, queens and kings in four pockets

the cream always rises \n aces are lost, spectator touches four cards - the aces \n larry jennings \n poker deal assembly \n roger crosthwaite
1988
the cardwright Larry Jennings

The Cream Always Rises

Aces are lost, spectator touches four cards - the Aces

four-ace opener \n spectator selects four cards which are put reversed in deck, they turn out to be aces \n karrell fox
1988
my latest book Karrell Fox

Four-Ace Opener

spectator selects four cards which are put reversed in deck, they turn out to be Aces

the four ace stop \n cards dealt on table in groups of four until spectator stops, top four cards of tabled pile are aces \n edward marlo
1988
m.i.n.t. — volume i Edward Marlo

The Four Ace Stop

cards dealt on table in groups of four until spectator stops, top four cards of tabled pile are Aces

a note on zarrow's revolving aces \n spectator says stop four times while riffling \n herb zarrow
1989
the vernon chronicles — volume 3 Herb Zarrow

mathejack \n four jacks produced after some counting \n karl fulves \n henry christ \n mathematical black jacks \n henry christ
1989
kaleidoscope Karl Fulves, Henry Christ

flash poker \n spectator stops performer's shuffle at four aces, they then change into a royal flush \n karl fulves \n john scarne \n j. w. sarles \n item in "swindle sheet"
1989
quick card tricks Karl Fulves, John Scarne, J. W. Sarles

Flash Poker

spectator stops performer's shuffle at four Aces, they then change into a royal flush

anything i can do, you can do better \n cutting high card presentation, eventually a four-of-a-kind found, christ force \n randy wakeman
1989
randy wakeman presents Randy Wakeman

Anything I Can Do, You Can Do Better

cutting high card presentation, eventually a four-of-a-kind found, Christ Force

mark-a-place aces \n routine variation to find the aces instead of two mates \n simon aronson \n controlling the aces \n simon aronson
1990
the aronson approach Simon Aronson

Mark-a-Place Aces

routine variation to find the Aces instead of two mates

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

apprentice aces \n two cards found by performer, two by spectator \n alex elmsley
1991
the collected works of alex elmsley — volume 1 Alex Elmsley

pick of the litter \n four touched cards are aces, strip out switch \n alex elmsley \n don't fear the reaper \n aaron fisher
1991
the collected works of alex elmsley — volume 1 Alex Elmsley

australian aces \n dealing to four numbers, aces on bottom of piles \n john carney \n australian aces revisited \n james swain
1991
carneycopia John Carney

force four \n card sandwiched in middle switched as sandwich is pulled out of deck, also with four cards sandwiched \n jerry k. hartman \n force feed \n karl fulves
1991
28 card tricks Jerry K. Hartman

Force Four

card sandwiched in middle switched as sandwich is pulled out of deck, also with four cards sandwiched

cavorting ladies - first phase \n spectator touches four cards - they are the four queens, assembly handling of marlo's k.b.v. aces \n jon racherbaumer
1991
cavorting ladies Jon Racherbaumer

Cavorting Ladies - First Phase

spectator touches four cards - they are the four Queens, assembly handling of Marlo's K.B.V. Aces

flip-over aces \n four cards chosen and put in matchbook easel, they are riffled over and are aces \n karrell fox \n lost and found \n karrell fox
1991
goodies Karrell Fox

Flip-Over Aces

four cards chosen and put in matchbook easel, they are riffled over and are Aces

turnover draw \n two cards chosen by spectator, ah sandwiched and sandwich cut in deck, with cards on either side it forms a royal flush, henry christ force handling \n karl fulves
1992
deceptive practices Karl Fulves

Turnover Draw

two cards chosen by spectator, AH sandwiched and sandwich cut in deck, with cards on either side it forms a Royal Flush, Henry Christ Force handling

spectator color changing aces \n spectator touches four cards, they are the aces, then they have large xs on the backs \n gary kurtz
1992
prinzipien in der praxis Gary Kurtz

Spectator Color Changing Aces

spectator touches four cards, they are the aces, then they have large Xs on the backs

unstacked indication \n deck cut in four piles, top card of chosen pile turned over, top card of other piles used to count down to match first card \n edward marlo
1993
the olram file Edward Marlo

Unstacked Indication

deck cut in four piles, top card of chosen pile turned over, top card of other piles used to count down to match first card

pre-pre-figuration \n starts with four-of-a-kind on bottom \n william goodwin \n prefiguration \n larry jennings
1993
notes from the batcave William Goodwin

プリフィギャレーション \n (prefiguration) four of a kind found via prediction and coincidence (dealing down) \n larry jennings
1993
larry jennings's card technique Larry Jennings

プリフィギャレーション

(Prefiguration) Four of a kind found via prediction and coincidence (dealing down)

aces on impact \n spectator shuffles top half and names small number counted down and spectator takes the card at that number, repeated three more times, they are the aces \n john scarne \n re-scan variant \n peter duffie
1993
rigmarole John Scarne

Aces on Impact

spectator shuffles top half and names small number counted down and spectator takes the card at that number, repeated three more times, they are the Aces

side jogged aces \n four packets shuffled by spectator, ace on bottom of each, featuring bottom deal as transfer to another packet \n karl fulves \n bottom facts \n karl fulves
1993
card file Karl Fulves

Side Jogged Aces

four packets shuffled by spectator, Ace on bottom of each, featuring bottom deal as transfer to another packet

the gem-money cards \n bills are put next to aces, gemini twins \n dean dill \n allan ackerman \n billustrious \n harry lorayne \n triad \n jack avis \n dater base \n lewis jones \n for dean \n bob king \n lucky 14 \n tomas blomberg
1994
las vegas kardma Dean Dill, Allan Ackerman

double deal aces \n spectator stops twice during deal and those two cards are reversed, on either side of each card aces are found \n gene maze
1994
gene maze and the art of bottom dealing Gene Maze

Double Deal Aces

spectator stops twice during deal and those two cards are reversed, on either side of each card aces are found

knockout aces \n spectator says stop four times during (slip) overhand shuffle, four kings found, repeat with aces kicker \n john scarne
1994
rigmarole John Scarne

Knockout Aces

spectator says stop four times during (slip) overhand shuffle, four Kings found, repeat with Aces kicker

shock treatment \n deck vanishes at the end of a four ace discovery, with variations
a. the basic vanish as an ace discovery
b. the original 1984 handling (requiring a ghost count) \n jackie mcclements \n a vanish and a cull \n jerry sadowitz \n shock treatment variation \n andrew wimhurst \n jackie mcclements \n wide awake scream \n benjamin earl
1994
shock treatment Jackie McClements

Shock Treatment

deck vanishes at the end of a four Ace discovery, with variations
A. The basic vanish as an ace discovery
B. The Original 1984 Handling (requiring a Ghost Count)

the curse of scotland \n card chosen (christ force), another card chosen and put reversed in center, then match and reversed card is between other cards of that value \n jon racherbaumer \n "fate or free will?" (jack carpenter, labyrinth #1, 1994)
1994
mo — modus operandi Jon Racherbaumer

The Curse of Scotland

card chosen (Christ force), another card chosen and put reversed in center, then match and reversed card is between other cards of that value

Inspired by

"Fate or Free Will?" (Jack Carpenter, Labyrinth #1, 1994)

seventh son of a seventh son \n spectator finds three mates \n jean hugard \n roberto giobbi \n the seventh son \n unknown
1995
card college — volume 1 Jean Hugard, Roberto Giobbi

the magic phone number \n spectator touches four cards and finds the four queens next to them \n edward marlo \n roberto giobbi
1995
card college — volume 1 Edward Marlo, Roberto Giobbi

The Magic Phone Number

spectator touches four cards and finds the four Queens next to them

metamorphosis \n spectator finds three matching values for a "prediction card" \n larry jennings \n roberto giobbi \n monarch's quartette \n larry jennings
1995
card college — volume 1 Larry Jennings, Roberto Giobbi

Metamorphosis

spectator finds three matching values for a "prediction card"

the amplified ace assembly \n four touched cards are aces, then mcdonald's aces style routine with 3 double facers \n gary kurtz
1995
notes from the summit Gary Kurtz

The Amplified Ace Assembly

four touched cards are aces, then McDonald's Aces style routine with 3 double facers

ace finds ace \n no. 8, two halves under table, one reversed and put into other, it turns out to be an ace and is next to another ace \n john scarne \n joseph dunninger
1995
self-working close-up card magic John Scarne, Joseph Dunninger

Ace Finds Ace

No. 8, two halves under table, one reversed and put into other, it turns out to be an Ace and is next to another Ace

stop at an ace \n no. 17, four chosen cards via cuts or stopping at riffling turn out to be the aces, consecutive christ forces \n herb zarrow
1995
self-working close-up card magic Herb Zarrow

Stop at an Ace

No. 17, four chosen cards via cuts or stopping at riffling turn out to be the Aces, consecutive Christ Forces

tap reverse \n no. 18, card chosen and tapped on deck, an ace turns over and the selection is also an ace, repeated \n karl fulves
1995
self-working close-up card magic Karl Fulves

Tap Reverse

No. 18, card chosen and tapped on deck, an Ace turns over and the selection is also an Ace, repeated

two and two \n two aces placed in deck by spectator so they sandwich two cards, those turn out to be the other two aces \n edward marlo
1995
m.i.n.t. — volume ii Edward Marlo

Two and Two

two Aces placed in deck by spectator so they sandwich two cards, those turn out to be the other two Aces

blackjack players blight \n four ten-values are on table, four selections turn out to be the four aces to make four blackjacks \n r. paul wilson \n blackjack player's delight \n ron ferris \n allan ackerman
1995
chaos theories R. Paul Wilson

Blackjack Players Blight

four ten-values are on table, four selections turn out to be the four Aces to make four blackjacks

the shuffling lesson \n spectator shuffles and cuts and turns over \n chad long \n matching "do as i do" \n luis gavilondo \n the gambling lesson \n benjamin earl \n luck versus skill \n r. paul wilson \n chad long \n chad long's "shuffling lesson" into a partial stack \n denis behr
1996
the art of astonishment — book 3 Chad Long

aces out of another dimension \n aces are found via random count downs (bottom deal), kings as well \n michael skinner \n ez bottom deal \n juan tamariz \n fred robinson
1996
classic sampler Michael Skinner

Aces Out of Another Dimension

aces are found via random count downs (bottom deal), kings as well

isolated aces \n four spectators chose a card each that are put in glass, they're the aces, aces in glass are covered with handkerchief and an ace turns over in packet, repeated for all aces
- phase one: the spectators select the four aces
- phase two - five: the aces reverse \n jeff busby \n auto-twist \n dominique duvivier
1996
auto-twist & isolated aces Jeff Busby

Isolated Aces

four spectators chose a card each that are put in glass, they're the Aces, Aces in glass are covered with handkerchief and an Ace turns over in packet, repeated for all Aces

australian aces revisited \n spelling four answers to questions, aces on top and kings on bottom of piles \n james swain \n "australian aces" (michael skinner, precursor) \n australian aces \n john carney
1996
miracles with cards James Swain

Australian Aces Revisited

spelling four answers to questions, aces on top and kings on bottom of piles

the impossible card trick \n four spectators think of a value, counted down to to four piles, aces on top followed by named values and kings on bottom of piles \n james swain
1996
miracles with cards James Swain

The Impossible Card Trick

four spectators think of a value, counted down to to four piles, Aces on top followed by named values and Kings on bottom of piles

procuring the aces \n spectator cuts deck into four piles, elimination process with top four cards until one remains, repeated three more times \n peter duffie
1996
method in effect Peter Duffie

Procuring the Aces

spectator cuts deck into four piles, elimination process with top four cards until one remains, repeated three more times

coincidice \n - four dice rolled, each number counted off top of deck, last cards match all four numbers
- second phase (four dice used to count down to cards, they are the four aces) \n doug conn \n coincidice \n doug conn \n fourtunate \n doug conn
1996
mo — modus operandi Doug Conn

Coincidice

four dice rolled, each number counted off top of deck, last cards match all four numbers

Second Phase (four dice used to count down to cards, they are the four Aces)

the '65 aces \n aces vanish, spectator finds aces, come to top, turn over in deck, different handling options \n larry jennings
1997
jennings '67 Larry Jennings

The '65 Aces

aces vanish, spectator finds aces, come to top, turn over in deck, different handling options

the last heist \n four touched cards are jacks, distributed and come together, repeat, they change back color \n ken krenzel \n four ace reverse \n edward marlo
1997
ingenuities Ken Krenzel

The Last Heist

four touched cards are jacks, distributed and come together, repeat, they change back color

do as i do with two cards \n magician and spectator freely exchange two cards each, turn out to be four queens \n nick trost \n four of a kind \n dai vernon
1997
the card magic of nick trost Nick Trost

Do as I Do with Two Cards

Magician and spectator freely exchange two cards each, turn out to be four Queens

spectator finds the aces \n spectator selects two cards from spread, the two cards adjacent to each selection shown to be aces \n nick trost \n "tony hassini's version of spectator finds the aces" (tony hassini, party magic for fun and profit, 1988) \n mark-a-place mates \n simon aronson \n aces by mistake \n harvey cohen
1997
the card magic of nick trost Nick Trost

Spectator Finds the Aces

Spectator selects two cards from spread, the two cards adjacent to each selection shown to be Aces

Inspired by

"Tony Hassini's Version of Spectator Finds the Aces" (Tony Hassini, Party Magic for Fun and Profit, 1988)

double discovery \n spectator finds four kings and four aces (principle originator unknown in, but possibly from "a prediction", ralph w. hull, 1932) \n nick trost \n "fair cuts - double force" (unknown, rufus steele's 52 amazing card tricks, 1949) \n prediction \n unknown
1997
the card magic of nick trost Nick Trost

Double Discovery

Spectator finds four Kings and four Aces (Principle originator unknown in, but possibly from "A Prediction", Ralph W. Hull, 1932)

gilbreath aces \n four aces lost in deck, spectator deals through deck and locates aces \n nick trost \n an ace opener described by oscar weigle jr. (the dragon, june 1939), credited to steve belchou
1997
the card magic of nick trost Nick Trost

Gilbreath Aces

Four Aces lost in deck, spectator deals through deck and locates Aces

Inspired by

an Ace opener described by Oscar Weigle Jr. (The Dragon, June 1939), credited to Steve Belchou

audley walsh coincidence \n four touched cards are stripped out and put to bottom of deck, they are the four aces \n audley walsh \n the audley walsh coincidence \n audley walsh \n informant \n karl fulves
1997
underworld Audley Walsh

Audley Walsh Coincidence

four touched cards are stripped out and put to bottom of deck, they are the four Aces

some assembly required \n spectator choses cards from group of aces and indifferent card, choses aces (or royal flush) \n karl fulves \n even money proposition \n karl fulves
1998
the noir test Karl Fulves

Some Assembly Required

spectator choses cards from group of aces and indifferent card, choses aces (or Royal Flush)

all star aces \n after some dealing and counting the four aces are found \n john scarne \n stewart james \n j. w. sarles \n informant \n karl fulves \n out on location \n j. w. sarles \n karl fulves
1998
underworld John Scarne, Stewart James, J. W. Sarles

All Star Aces

after some dealing and counting the four Aces are found

bonnie and glide \n four spectators each name a small number and that many cards are counted in front of each from bottom of deck, ace on each \n jack avis
1998
vis à vis Jack Avis

Bonnie and Glide

four spectators each name a small number and that many cards are counted in front of each from bottom of deck, Ace on each

shuffle-tracker \n shuffle-tracking a selection, ends with four-of-a-kind \n andrew wimhurst \n fast track \n jason ladanye
1999
low down dirty tricks Andrew Wimhurst

Shuffle-tracker

shuffle-tracking a selection, ends with four-of-a-kind

a discreet displacement ace location \n four spectators touch four random cards, shown to be aces, and all aces have different colored backs as a surprise ending \n joshua jay \n a discreet displacement \n joshua jay
1999
magic atlas Joshua Jay

A Discreet Displacement Ace Location

Four spectators touch four random cards, shown to be Aces, and all Aces have different colored backs as a surprise ending

supplementary note \n as four ace production, or as key card placement \n karl fulves \n drawing the card from the bottom \n ellis stanyon
1999
ellis stanyon's best card tricks Karl Fulves

four-way coincidence \n spectator finds the three mates to a card placed aside by magician as a prediction, impromptu \n john murray \n four-way coincidence \n john murray
1999
cunning card miracles John Murray

Four-Way Coincidence

Spectator finds the three mates to a card placed aside by magician as a prediction, impromptu

herschel \n two cards placed face up in the deck, cards next to them are the aces \n w.f.m.t.w. melmoth
2000
concertos for pasteboard W.F.M.T.W. Melmoth

Herschel

two cards placed face up in the deck, cards next to them are the aces

a number of ladies \n production of four queens by counting to a named number four times in a row \n michael demarco \n "transient aces" (stewart james, new tops, sept. 1966)
2000
latter day secrets Michael DeMarco

A Number of Ladies

production of four Queens by counting to a named number four times in a row

Inspired by

"Transient Aces" (Stewart James, New Tops, Sept. 1966)

final four \n impromptu \n karl fulves \n four-way coincidence \n john murray \n database \n karl fulves \n database \n karl fulves
2000
latter day secrets Karl Fulves

post-cards \n spectator puts four post-it notes in deck during dealing, the cards are the four aces \n michael sibbernsen \n my favorite gemini \n allan ackerman
2000
card file two Michael Sibbernsen

Post-Cards

spectator puts four post-it notes in deck during dealing, the cards are the four Aces

jack coincidence (producing the jacks) \n selection is predicted with mate, and selection is stabbed in deck, around two matching mates \n simon aronson \n quick coincidence \n allan ackerman \n paired color alternative \n simon aronson
2001
try the impossible Simon Aronson

Jack Coincidence (Producing the Jacks)

Selection is predicted with mate, and selection is stabbed in deck, around two matching mates

paired color alternative \n alternative procedure for jack coincidence \n simon aronson \n jack coincidence (producing the jacks) \n simon aronson
2001
try the impossible Simon Aronson

ultra match-up \n no. 50, impromptu four-of-a-kind production \n john murray \n four-way coincidence \n john murray
2001
new self-working card tricks John Murray

unbalanced aces \n no. 57, two packets dealt into two heaps each \n bill simon \n karl fulves \n the mathemagician \n bill simon
2001
new self-working card tricks Bill Simon, Karl Fulves

metal with memory \n no. 25, three coins arranged and cards dealt according to their value, three aces are found \n karl fulves \n howard a. adams
2001
my best self-working card tricks Karl Fulves, Howard A. Adams

Metal with Memory

No. 25, three coins arranged and cards dealt according to their value, three Aces are found

catch a royal \n spectator touches five cards in spread, they're pivoted out and shown to be royal flush \n harry lorayne \n to catch an ace #5 \n harry lorayne \n take five \n harry lorayne \n to catch a royal \n harry lorayne \n take a royal five \n harry lorayne
2001
personal collection Harry Lorayne

Catch A Royal

spectator touches five cards in spread, they're pivoted out and shown to be Royal Flush

billustrious \n bills are put next to aces during deal onto table, royal flush kicker, gemini twins \n harry lorayne \n the gem-money cards \n dean dill \n allan ackerman \n billustrious \n harry lorayne
2001
personal collection Harry Lorayne

Billustrious

bills are put next to Aces during deal onto table, Royal Flush kicker, Gemini Twins

don't fear the reaper \n spectator selects four cards from a fan being the four aces \n aaron fisher \n pick of the litter \n alex elmsley
2002
the paper engine Aaron Fisher

Don't Fear the Reaper

spectator selects four cards from a fan being the four aces

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

the four eights \n four chosen cards turn out to be the eights, they're lost and four indifferent cards change to eights, then jacks are produced \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n die vier acht \n johann nepomuk hofzinser
2002
hofzinser's card tricks Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

The Four Eights

four chosen cards turn out to be the Eights, they're lost and four indifferent cards change to Eights, then Jacks are produced

the power of faith \n spectator selects three cards which match prediction, then assembly, four double facers \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n die macht des gedanken \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n power of fate \n karl fulves
2002
hofzinser's card tricks Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

The Power Of Faith

spectator selects three cards which match prediction, then assembly, four double facers

the four kings \n card thought of, then a spectator extracts it from pocket, three matching cards found, then assembly, four double facers \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n die vier könige \n johann nepomuk hofzinser
2002
hofzinser's card tricks Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

The Four Kings

card thought of, then a spectator extracts it from pocket, three matching cards found, then assembly, four double facers

omnipotence of the ladies \n four cards chosen, they're the queens, they transpose with four indifferent cards, queens change one by one and back to queens \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n allvermögen der damen \n johann nepomuk hofzinser
2002
hofzinser's card tricks Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

Omnipotence Of The Ladies

four cards chosen, they're the Queens, they transpose with four indifferent cards, Queens change one by one and back to Queens

for dean \n bills are put next to aces, all-jokers finale \n bob king \n the gem-money cards \n dean dill \n allan ackerman
2003
new magician foolers Bob King

block adjust \n spectator deals packet into four pile, named quartet on top, aces underneath \n karl fulves \n four speed \n karl fulves
2003
off the books Karl Fulves

Block Adjust

spectator deals packet into four pile, named quartet on top, Aces underneath

double knavery \n reds and blacks separated, spectator stops at two cards in one half, they are odd-colored mates, other two matching values are in the other half \n peter duffie \n robin robertson
2003
card conspiracy — vol. 1 Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

Double Knavery

reds and blacks separated, spectator stops at two cards in one half, they are odd-colored mates, other two matching values are in the other half

near miss \n four cards touched in a spread, they are three kings and a five which is used to count to last king \n peter duffie \n robin robertson
2003
card conspiracy — vol. 2 Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

Near Miss

four cards touched in a spread, they are three Kings and a Five which is used to count to last King

lucky day \n spectator calls stop during hindu shuffles, stops at four aces \n david acer \n camilo's deceptive four ace reveal \n camilo vázquez
2004
random acts of magic David Acer

Lucky Day

Spectator calls stop during Hindu shuffles, stops at four Aces

match me \n do as i do with mates, four aces finale, originally from genii (june 2003) \n gary plants \n "do as i do aces" (brother hamman, genii, feb. 2001) \n the continuous do as i do \n patrick page \n no palm match me \n michael powers
2004
lecture notes — the second super session Gary Plants

Match Me

do as i do with mates, four Aces finale, originally from Genii (June 2003)

Inspired by

"Do As I Do Aces" (Brother Hamman, Genii, Feb. 2001)

custom cuts \n "problems"
four cards turned over while cutting four piles, cards next to the reversed cards are aces, posed as a problem \n karl fulves
2004
latter day secrets Karl Fulves

Custom Cuts

"Problems"
four cards turned over while cutting four piles, cards next to the reversed cards are Aces, posed as a problem

one in the side pocket \n spectator selects card for performer and vice versa, both unseen in pockets, two cards are determined, four of a kind \n ramón riobóo \n four-way coincidence \n john murray \n prefiguration \n larry jennings
2004
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 5 Ramón Riobóo

One in the Side Pocket

spectator selects card for performer and vice versa, both unseen in pockets, two cards are determined, four of a kind

kk + lj \n four-of-a-kind found from shuffled deck, using killer count
- variation 1
- variation 2 \n peter duffie \n aldo colombini \n robin robertson \n prefiguration \n larry jennings
2004
killer koncepts Peter Duffie, Aldo Colombini, Robin Robertson

KK + LJ

four-of-a-kind found from shuffled deck, using Killer Count

red alert \n four cards chosen, they are the four kings, rest of deck is blank, kings have red back \n david britland \n all clear \n peter duffie
2004
subtle miracles David Britland

Red Alert

four cards chosen, they are the four Kings, rest of deck is blank, Kings have red back

looks can be deceiving \n four indifferent cards used to find the kings, locator cards change to aces, using bmt \n peter duffie \n robin robertson \n mag(net)ic \n peter duffie \n robin robertson \n the royal road \n peter duffie \n robin robertson
2004
diamonds from coal Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

Looks Can Be Deceiving

four indifferent cards used to find the Kings, locator cards change to Aces, using BMT

majestic 4 \n spectator is supposed to find kings, finds three x-cards and one king, then all change to aces \n peter duffie \n robin robertson
2004
diamonds from coal Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

Majestic 4

spectator is supposed to find Kings, finds three x-cards and one King, then all change to Aces

is it a prediction, a transposition, or what? \n in the end, a four-of-a-kind is produced from a shuffled deck \n peter duffie \n robin robertson
2004
diamonds from coal Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

Is it a Prediction, a Transposition, or What?

in the end, a four-of-a-kind is produced from a shuffled deck

a royal display \n four selections shown in display with cards outjogged from deck, they form a royal flush with face card, using hamman's flip-flop force
- part 1 - the force
- part 2 - the display \n peter duffie \n robin robertson \n royal flush flash \n peter kane
2004
diamonds from coal Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

A Royal Display

four selections shown in display with cards outjogged from deck, they form a royal flush with face card, using Hamman's Flip-Flop Force

royal flip-flop-jog \n using hamman's flip-flop force
- part 1 - the four aces are seemingly chosen at random
- part 2 - the aces change to a royal flush! \n peter duffie \n robin robertson
2004
diamonds from coal Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

Royal Flip-Flop-Jog

using Hamman's Flip-Flop Force

Part 1 - the four Aces are seemingly chosen at random

colon ace-copee \n spectator cuts two red aces, those are lost and come together in deck, then they find black aces, faro \n harry riser
2006
secrets of an escamoteur Harry Riser

Colon Ace-Copee

spectator cuts two red Aces, those are lost and come together in deck, then they find black Aces, faro

what's in a name? \n spelling names and down-under deal, four spectators find aces \n marty kane \n nameless \n steve beam
2006
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 7 Marty Kane

What's in a Name?

spelling names and down-under deal, four spectators find Aces

nameless \n spelling names and down-under deal, four spectators find aces \n steve beam \n what's in a name? \n marty kane
2006
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 7 Steve Beam

Nameless

spelling names and down-under deal, four spectators find Aces

learning to count \n three cards chosen one by one and cards counted on them until sixteen is reached, starting with the chosen card's value, aces are next to chosen card and at sum of all values \n karl fulves \n fourbidden \n karl fulves \n lucky 14 \n tomas blomberg
2007
prolix Karl Fulves

Learning To Count

three cards chosen one by one and cards counted on them until sixteen is reached, starting with the chosen card's value, Aces are next to chosen card and at sum of all values

the neutral zone \n spectator turns over two cards behind back with cutting in between, they are aces and next to the other aces \n karl fulves \n four in hand \n karl fulves \n finder's feat \n karl fulves \n named magic thrust \n karl fulves
2008
prolix Karl Fulves

The Neutral Zone

spectator turns over two cards behind back with cutting in between, they are Aces and next to the other Aces

four in hand \n same effect, four-way forcing deck \n karl fulves \n gang related \n tony bartolotta \n the neutral zone \n karl fulves
2008
prolix Karl Fulves

calculated aces \n four spectators with a fourth of the deck do some dealing procedure and end up with an ace on top, based on jim steinmeyer's "nine card problem" \n tom stone
2010
vortex Tom Stone

Calculated Aces

four spectators with a fourth of the deck do some dealing procedure and end up with an ace on top, based on Jim Steinmeyer's "Nine Card Problem"

blue collar marriages \n kings and queens produced by spelling and pile making \n ronald a. wohl (ravelli)
2010
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 8 Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli)

Blue Collar Marriages

kings and queens produced by spelling and pile making

luck versus skill \n multiple phase gambling themed routine with cutting the high card culminating in a variation of "shuffling lesson" \n r. paul wilson \n chad long \n the shuffling lesson \n chad long
2010
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 8 R. Paul Wilson, Chad Long

Luck Versus Skill

multiple phase gambling themed routine with cutting the high card culminating in a variation of "Shuffling Lesson"

the con-cam coincidence \n spectators shuffle packets, yet four-of-a-kind on top matching selection \n r. paul wilson
2010
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 8 R. Paul Wilson

The Con-Cam Coincidence

spectators shuffle packets, yet Four-of-a-kind on top matching selection

out-stripped \n aces found from packets with reverse-faro do-as-i-do procedure \n joe rindfleisch
2010
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 8 Joe Rindfleisch

Out-Stripped

aces found from packets with reverse-faro do-as-i-do procedure