441 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Location / Stop Trick
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
To Divide the Pack into several Packets on the Table, allowing the Company to stop you at any Moment, and to cause the Top Card of the Heap last made to Change into the Chosen Card wide card as key card
1876 65
, Prof. M. Verbeck "Stop!" "Three Cards having been drawn by Three different Persons, to make them appear at such Numbers in the Pack as the Drawers or any other Person my select"
three-way or two-way forcing pack
1889 125
Eduard W. Lufa Halt! three cards selected, card dealt into hat one by one, each spectator says stop during the deal and the performer is holding the spectator's selection at that moment, second deck cut into four piles, one pile selected and all its cards predicted in envelope, then first deck changes into one-way force deck of each of the three selections one by one
Oct. 1900
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 6 No. 10)
147
Ben-Zur Das Band der Sympathie spectator stops performer's deal right at selection, spectator pulls ribbon at performer's wrist to indicate stop
Mar. 1904
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 3)
37
Carl Willmann Jetzt! stop trick with three cards, triple forcing deck
Aug. 1904
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 8)
120
Nate Leipzig The Ubiquitous Cards three peeked-at cards, three times stop trick performed, last time with spectator dealing, with variation with numbers instead of "stop"
Related toVariations 1909 157
T. Nelson Downs The Ubiquitous Cards (Second Method) two peeked-at cards appear when spectator calls stop
1909 162
Charles T. Jordan The Master Stop Trick four cards are selected and placed back in the deck, spectator deals through the deck and performer stops him at the selections, except the last one which is found in the performer's pocket
1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
7
Jack Merlin Glide example as a stop trick
1927/28 8
Jack Merlin Production of Chosen Card by Riffling Pack from One Hand to the Other selection is at place where spectator stops, springing cards from one hand to the other
Also published here 1927/28 5
Jack Merlin Here There and Everywhere ambitious card, then stop trick, twice the card is at the stopped position
1927/28 15
Theodore Annemann Count Your Card! spectator stops dealing, uses this value to count down twice, third time selection shows up
Related toVariations 1931 17
Al Baker "Say When!" two cards, partial forcing deck
Related toAlso published here 1933 32
Tom Sellers Stop! using hat with slit
1934 17
Theodore Annemann The Last of the Think Stop Tricks two cards, think stop by selecting number between one and ten, duplicates
1934 28
A "Stop" Trick spectator says stop during springing flourish, application of Spring Palm
1936 132
Frank Lane An Indetectable Stop Trick Ace, Three, Five, Seven, Nine alternating set-up, 1-0-1
Related to 1936 146
Curious Coincidence
Related to 1936 149
Theodore Annemann Initialled Card Telepathy signed card at chosen number or stop trick, double backer
1937 121
Arthur H. Buckley Knock 'Em Dead any card stopped at is predicted, alternating set-up and billet index
1937 195
Charles T. Jordan Quadruple Deck Mystery magician's stop trick with odd-backed card in 156-card deck
1937 202
Simple Effects 2. svengali deck
1937 247
Svengali Clairvoyance blindfolded assistant says stop to find selection, svengali deck
1937 252
Ralph W. Read, Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin The Original "Stop" Trick three selection, three-bank forcing deck
1937 320
Al Baker "Say When" two cards, partial forcing deck
1937 322
Douglas Dexter A Means to an End three selections, hat and ribbon, otherwise ungaffed
1937 323
The Psychological Stop Trick
1937 324
Theodore Annemann Two Cheating Mysteries two-way-force deck
  • fair stop and count-down trick with two selections
  • one-handed location in hat
1937
The Jinx (Issue Winter Extra 1936/37)
176
A Chosen Card Is Discovered at Any Selected Number bottom deal
1938 212
c. Effect stop trick with thought-of selection, two handlings
1938 334
Al Saal The Perfect Stop Trick svengali deck, cards put from one hat to another hat one by one until spectator stops
Variations 1938 435
Another "Stop" Trick svengali deck
1938 436
A Blindfold Detection svengali deck, spectator deals cards and performer calls stop while blindfolded
1938 437
The Power of the Will spectator deals, double backer
1938 484
Sam Leo Horowitz A Psychological Discovery two-pile-stop trick with Eight/Nine alternating set-up
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1938 549
Theodore Annemann Bottom Deal Stop Trick small packet after spectator stops
1939
The Jinx (Issue Winter Extra 1938/39)
368
Theodore Annemann The Torn Card deck torn in half, stop trick from both half piles, credits see p. 461
Nov. 1939
The Jinx (Issue 66)
460
Theodore Annemann Stop selection is at thought-of position, continuous triples
Variations 1939 4
Theodore Annemann, The Telepathic Card impromptu double backer
Related toVariations 1940 293
The Psychic Stop! at seventh position, psychological
Related toVariations 1940 330
Matching the Packets spectator deals to four predetermined cards
1940 388
Henry Christ Stop When Ready cards turned over one by one and placed onto deck in out-jogged condition
Related toVariationsAlso published here Jan. 1940
The Jinx (Issue 74)
496
Martin Gardner Never-Miss Stop Effect two-pile-stop trick with Tens/Jacks alternating set-up
Related to 1940 12
Edward Marlo Psychological Out Out for Psychological Stop Trick
1942 24
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue The Hoodwinker duplicate
1942 21
Eddie Joseph The Palm Location
1942 16
Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin Now! attributed to Robert-Houdin, three cards selected, three times stop by spectator to find their cards
Related to Jan. 1944 34
Max Cadet The Magic Bell three cards stopped at, with two hats and a bell
Jan. 1944 34
John Mulholland A Current Prophecy spectator counts down to named number, card arrived at matches prediction, stack, crib card
1944 53
Edward Marlo The Perfect Stop Trick spectator stops at any card, its values is used to count down again and again until selection appears
Related toVariations 1945
Early Marlo (Issue Oddity & Other Miracles)
73
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Slap Shift transfers a card from bottom to top of packet which spectator dealt onto magicians hand
Also published here 1946 23
Arthur H. Buckley Lost and Found Experiment No. 18 - card vanishes and is found via second deal stop trick
1946 170
Arthur H. Buckley Your Favorite Ace Experiment No. 34 - named Aces appear at named numbers, surprise transposition at end
1946 199
Herb Runge Face Down several times a card is selected and found, spelling, stopped at and with "next card I turn over, will be your card" gag
Sep. 1946
The Phoenix (Issue 112)
451
George Foster Money On The Line spectator stops count four times, bottom cards are the Aces
1946 13
Bert Allerton Allerton's Indicator spectator stops performer's deal, that card's value used to count to selection
Variations 1946 37
Bill Woodfield Attaboy, Jr.
June 1947
The Phoenix (Issue 128)
516
Clayton Rawson The Clairvoyant Spectator faced deck is turned over
Sep. 1947 351
Arthur H. Buckley The Triple Climax three cards selected, stop trick with first card (tip for not dealing too long), changes into second card, third card to spectator's pocket
VariationsAlso published here 1948 161
Tom Bowyer Psychological Stop Trick
Jan. 1948 390
Arthur H. Buckley A Triple Climax three cards selected, stop trick with first card (tip for not dealing too long), changes into second card, third card to spectator's pocket
Also published here 1948 136
Martin Sunshine "Stop Card" Mystery using three cards and a three-way force deck
1948/27 190
Paul LePaul A Perfect Stop Effect cards removed one at a time from pocket by performer until spectator stops, card held at that time is selection
1949 159
The Great "Stop!" Trick
1949 33
U. F. Grant Grant's Triple Stop Card Trick three people select cards, then three decks are dealt in unison until someone calls stop, the three cards are the selected ones
Related to Aug./Sep. 1949
Grant's Inner Circle Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 11 & 12)
12
An Alarming Coincidence performer deals through cards, suddenly alarm clock rings right at the selection
1949 62
Joe Stuthard Blindfold Effect spectator stops at selection while blindfolded
1949 16
Joe Stuthard Blindfold Trick with Assistant assistant names selection and stops at it
1949 16
Franklin V. Taylor Double Stop two cards, see p. 793 for additional ideas by Al Forsythe
VariationsAlso published here Feb. 1950
The Phoenix (Issue 197)
786
Lewis Ganson Phase 1 stop trick
Related to 1950 32
Cy Keller Brahman Bell stop trick, spectator rings a bell when he wants, with Burling Hull's PopEyed Popper Deck
July 1951
The Phoenix (Issue 233)
932
Edward Marlo Unknown - Effect No. 1 stop trick as prediction, several methods, some with roughed cards, impromptu double backer
Inspired by 1951 1
Al Leech Count Down
1952 24
Al Leech Ace Location
Variations 1952 25
Bill Simon Two Numbers two cards selected, spectators only think of a number, both cards are found at the positions
Related to 1952 81
Theodore Annemann Mentalex? three selected cards are found by spectators stopping at the right card
Related to 1952 4
Theodore Annemann No Title At All two selection, first found by stop, second by naming a number, two way forcing deck, alternated
1952 6
Al Leech Get Set, Stop!
Also published here 1952 40
Paul LePaul Pride of the Pigalle stop trick, loading a card under single cards in the hands
Nov. 1955
The New Phoenix (Issue 332)
137
Franklin V. Taylor Double Stop two cards
Also published here 1956 106
Edward Marlo The Bold Stop Effect Out for Psychological Stop Trick, three methods
1957 12
Edward Marlo The Stop Effect
1957 39
Edward Marlo Dribble Stop Effect card in clip palm during dribbling
Related toVariations 1957 53
Edward Marlo Tabled Stop Effect using tabled palm
1957 15
Edward Marlo Two Disclosures
  • 1) another card is selected, its value used to count to selection
  • 2) stop effect
1958 45
Russell "Rusduck" Duck As a Stop Trick
May 1958
The Cardiste (Issue 8)
13
Dai Vernon Some useful Notes on Palming (d) using rear Palm
1959 46
Senor Notis The Notis Stop Trick using "pivot flourish"
Variations 1959 65
Edward Marlo The Over Count selection found at a freely chosen number
Related to 1959 11
Edward Marlo My Favorite Stop Effect from a routine called "Never Miss"
1959 49
Edward Marlo Marlo's D.D. Stop using double deal
1959 83
Edward Marlo A. Psychological Stop Effect starts seventh
1959 137
Corvello Teleprognos card is remembered and put in an envelope, other cards are put in envelopes and performer finds selection, then he makes a prediction on a slate which is the card in a chosen envelope
1959 327
Edward Marlo A Rough Prediction Open Prediction methods using a roughed forcing deck, performer deals
  • First Presentation (spectator stops as performer deals)
  • Second Presentation (spectator thinks of a number and then stops dealing at the number, "Did you think of number x?")
  • Third Presentation (spectator thinks of one of the indifferent cards, predicted card is next to it)
  • Fourth Presentation (two cards end up in the same position in two halves)
  • Fifth Presentation (prediction card made with another deck)
Dec. 1959
Ibidem (Issue 19)
2
James Steranko Sudden Thought faced deck method
1960 63
Charlie Miller Fifteen Card Trick Routine - 4 card chosen from and replaced in spread, fair, found via stop trick
1961 12
Sydney Bergson Recognizing the Unknown cards in pocket, one by one is removed and when spectator stops performer, card is the previously selected one
1961 46
Edward Marlo Miracle Estimation Peek card peeked at, found with psychological stop trick
1962 45
Harry Lorayne Lorayne's Challenge stop trick with Benzais' Cop
1962 269
Al Koran Erfüllte Gedankenwünsche two cards selected and spectators find them with small number or stop, two-card mirage deck, partial rough-smooth
1962 23
Nate Leipzig Card Locations four peeked cards are produced, by saying stop, with a knife
Related to 1963 48
Nate Leipzig Stop Trick with hindu shuffle
1963 191
Edward Marlo, Theodore Annemann Impromptu Remote Control unknown odd-backed card is marked on back, a card selected via stop procedure with deck in glass is marked on face, turns out to be the same
Inspired by 1964
Early Marlo (Issue Oddity & Other Miracles)
95
Harry Lorayne Out of my Control standard psychological stop effect, with outs
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1965 12
Tony Kardyro Stop, Spell or Number
1966 4
Theodore Annemann The Stop Trick from "Annemann's $50 Manuscript" (ca. 1932)
8/9s alternating set-up, two piles
Sep. 1967 121
Theodore Annemann Another Stop Trick from "Annemann's $50 Manuscript" (ca. 1932), with annotation
K to A set-up and countdown
Oct. 1967 129
Edward Marlo An Approach to the "Stop" Trick four methods using different table transfers
1968 128
Charles Aste Jr. Super Stop Stunner
1969 35
Roger Klause Any Times Aces stop procedure while performer deals heaps of cards, aces found
1969 129
Edward Marlo Four Ace Stop quadruple stop trick, bottom deals
Winter 1969
Hierophant (Issue 2)
62
Albert Spackman Miniature Rapping Hand miniature doll hand in box rapping and answering questions, different routine ideas,
  • word and card divination and with spirit slates
  • stop trick with cards
  • whistle put into the box and the hand moves and the whistle blows
  • gipsy thread is restored in the box, while hand moves
  • in conjunction with "The Thing"
  • card turnover

Related to 1969 74
Edward Marlo As a Spectator Stop Effect application of IBD (Immediate Bottom Deal)
Mar. 1969 245
Karl Fulves As A Stop Trick comedy presentation, on a card is written when spectator should stop
1970
Faro & Riffle Technique (Issue First Supplement)
55
Alan Shaxon Once Again!!! selection is found at named number, then at stopped position, then wrong card turns into selection and finally the balloon stand
1970 25
Sam Leo Horowitz 8's & 9's
Also published here Dec. 1971 471
Tom Batchelor Your Card - My Card Out wrong card found, spectator stops dealing and wrong card is placed there, deck assembled and spread, above and blow the card are spectator's and performer's selection
1971 49
Fred Kaps Bob Driebeek's Tosheroon Variations different ideas with the move, as a stop trick and as a prediction
Also published here 1972 8
Jack Merlin Spring Flourish Production selection is at place where spectator stops, springing cards from one hand to the other
Also published here 1972 9
Stop Me at Any Time cards are drawn back on deck, force
1972 49
Last Stop seven card stop force
1972 50
Theodore Annemann Spectator Deals and Stops spectator deals into performer's hand and stops, small packet bottom deal
1972 50
The Psychological Stop Trick
1972 51
Rolf Andra, T. Page Wright Stop Mystery performer stops at selection while spectator deals through cards
1972
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 33 No. 2)
27
Dai Vernon Vernon's Automatic Mento Stop Trick No. 8, spectator stops dealing at a card, its values is used to count down again, 1-0-1-set-up
Related toVariations 1972 7
Dai Vernon Vernon's Stop Trick No. 10, ninth or eleventh card
1972 8
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's The Card That Isn't No. 152, spectator says stop during deal, wrong card shown and places aside, on repeat the same card shows up and first tabled card is now selection
1972 39
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Variation Of Leipzig's Three Card Discovery Routine No. 235, three cards chosen and found in different ways
Inspired by 1972 59
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Version Of Uniflight (Smart Magic) No. 279, card peeked at in one half is found in other half that has been in pocket via stop procedure
Related to 1972 70
Francis Carlyle Finnerman'e Stop Trick Improvement No. 409, 1-0-1 straight set-up
1972 111
Bottom Deal Discovery Variation No. 485, spectator stops anytime, that card spelled out to find a previous selection
1972 135
Dr. Jacob Daley On The Spot No. 566, "Automatic Set-up Variation", 1-x-1 set-up, spectator stops and value used to count down to selection which is reversed
1972 158
Sam Leo Horowitz Horowitz's Mental Stop No. 602, two-pile-stop trick with Eight/Nine alternating set-up
Also published here 1972 167
Karl Fulves Stop When Ready as cards are dealt
Related to 1973 53
Karl Fulves Eveready Force as cards are dealt
1973 54
Karl Fulves Auto Glide getting into glide position, stop trick application
1973 47
Jerry K. Hartman Drop Stop spectator stops on their own card
Also published here 1973 37
Jerry K. Hartman Two Strikes Spectator stops on the same card twice
1973 38
Jerry K. Hartman Psychic Backstop out for psychological stop trick, using down-under deal
Related to 1973 39
Jerry K. Hartman Halt One Two Spectator and magician each stops on each other's card
Variations 1973 78
Stephen Minch A Prudent Pause glide
1974 25
Jerry K. Hartman Exception Selection packet of cards is shuffled, spectator says stop as they are dealt through and stopped-at card is dealt face down, all cards are shown to be Diamonds and spectator’s card is a Spade
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1974 19
Jerry K. Hartman Compulsive Thinker II same plot as previous trick
Related to 1974 20
Hugh Johnston Stop Card Spectator stops spring on selection
1975 212
Gerald Kosky Subtlety performer stops at selectio
1975 67
Gerald Kosky The Sub - Conscious
1975 125
Edward Marlo Stop Trick using "The Related Deal"
1976 13
Edward Marlo Unknown - Effect No. 1 stop trick as prediction, several methods, some with roughed cards, impromptu double backer
Inspired by 1976
Early Marlo (Issue Oddity & Other Miracles)
112
Thought Speller No. 30, card from small packet thought-of, later found when another spectator says stop as cards are removed from pocket one by one
1976 48
Theodore Annemann The Stop Trick No. 35, Ace through King set-up
1976 55
Erwin Schussel Joker medium stops before joker, repeated with medium in other room, story of an encounter between Jimmy Grippo and Dai Vernon
Related toVariations 1976
Magick (Issue 169)
842
Edward Marlo In Lieu of the Second Deal in the hands
Related to 1977 222
Edward Marlo Did you ever see the ----? using gaffed decks
1977 319
Edward Marlo The Ace of Spades Trick two methods
1977 320
Gene Maze The Deal Switch
Variations 1977 308
Martin A. Nash In The Nick Of Time touching only before the selection is made, performer shouts stop as spectator deals right at his card, see p. 447 for additional crediting
Related toVariations 1977 218
Mark Weston Fancy Deal Stop Trick
May 1977
Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 9)
404
Michael Leach Joker II medium stops before joker
Related to 1977
Magick (Issue 171)
852
Ken Krenzel "Stop Me" Block Turnover
1978 19
Ken Krenzel All the Way Block Turnover
1978 22
Ken Krenzel One-Hand Stop one-handed dealing
1978 24
Ken Krenzel The Fingertip Bottom Deal
Related to 1978 226
Ken Krenzel The One-Hand Middle Deal
1978 235
Ken Krenzel The Surefire Second Deal
1978 238
Frederick Braue Dealing the Aces four aces found at numbers called for
Related to 1978 24
Frederick Braue The Punch Deal
Related to 1978 27
Frederick Braue Count-Down Reverse featuring automatic third deal (saliva), stop trick with face-up card, spectator stops one before
1978 34
Jerry K. Hartman Quick Counts
  • Quick Count I: Magician divines card at a certain position in deck
  • Quick Count II: Spectator stops the dealing on previously named card
Also published here 1978 57
Fred Kaps Bob Driebeek's Tosheroon Variationen different ideas with the move, as a stop trick and as a prediction
Also published here 1978 12
Simon Aronson Mis-Mate card shown and put out-jogged in deck, spectator says stop during biddling count, it is not the mate of the out-jogged card, but that one changes to match the selection
Also published here 1978 8
Jack Hughes Attaboy to force cards
1978/76 46
Martin A. Nash Double Stop two peeked at cards
1979 406
Edward Marlo The Ace of Spades Trick two methods
1979 356
John Carney Stop That Card Trick!!
Related to 1979 12
Howard Wurst Out of Control out for psychological stop trick, see p. 1301 for reference
Also published here
  • Sphinx, Feb. 1948
1979
The Chronicles (Issue 20)
1257
Dr. John Nichols Joker III medium stops before joker, repeated with medium in other room, story of an encounter between Jimmy Grippo and Dai Vernon
Inspired by 1979
Magick (Issue 224)
1118
Franklin V. Taylor Double Stop No. 59, two cards, two halves dealt, performer shouts stop
Also published here 1979 98
Edward Marlo Mental Over Physical spectator stops at thought-of card, four methods, ungaffed and duplicates
Related to 1980 209
Paul Swinford Magnetic Coincidence selection by spectator and performer are found next to each other by stop procedure, marked and half forcing deck, gilbreath
Related to 1980
Arcane (Issue 2)
15
Arturo de Ascanio Ascanio's Super Ace Discovery quadruple stop trick to find aces
1980 45
Father Cyprian The Solid Gold Prediction prediction is duplicate with gold back
Variations 1980 27
Jimmy Ray Berlin Swindle joker placed face-up on position where spectator stopped at
1980 8
Larry Becker The Bag Man stop trick with fair conditions, cards are dealt out of a paper box
Apr. 1981
Apocalypse (Vol. 4 No. 4)
478
Edward Marlo Stop Trick brief
1981 14
Bobby Bernard Der Sand der Zeit performer deals through cards while hourglass is running, once sand is finished the performer arrives at selection
Also published here
  • Pentagram, Mar. 1955
May 1981
Intermagic (Vol. 8 No. 1)
12
Jack Hughes Attaboy three cards are selected and placed in stand which is designed like a bell boy, spectators stop at their card, various designs
  • A Routine with Lettered cards
1981 41
Derek Dingle The One-Armed Gambler one-handed
1982 161
Peter Marshall Apocalypse Variations Or Additions peeling stop trick
Inspired byRelated to Aug. 1982
Apocalypse (Vol. 5 No. 8)
671
Thomas Alan Waters Tarotate a knife is stabbed in tarot book and suspended by two fingers of two spectators, tarot deck is dealt and on some point the book and knife turn, the deal is stopped and the card matches the tarot card described in the book
1982
Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Grymwyr)
277
Bobby Bernard The Sands of the Pharaoh Deck dealt one by one until hourglass runs out, stops at selection
1982 109
Denis MacKenzie Houdini and the Svengali with a bell
1982 26
Edward Marlo Stop Trick using deal cop
1983 77
Ross Bertram "Stop"
1983 170
Simon Lovell The Weird "Stop" Trick spectator stops at his card, then again later at the very same card
1983 38
José Carroll The Card-Culator ambitious card, card to number, stop trick, card folded to calculator
Also published here 1983 10
Edward Marlo (B) Stop Effect mexican joe crimp
1984 215
Edward Marlo The Ace of Spades Trick three methods with alternative approaches
1984 231
Edward Marlo One Hat - No Ribbon triple stop routine with fair conditions
1984 238
Edward Marlo Count Cop as Trick interesting, top card switched for copped card
1984 240
Edward Marlo Spectator's Ace Cutting twelve methods, some where the spectator turn over the aces, some quadrupel stop effects, for 11th method see page 284
1984 244
Edward Marlo Tip on the AS Trick
1984 279
Paul Cummins Plausible Possibility TNT Bottom Deal Handling
Sep. 1984
Apocalypse (Vol. 7 No. 9)
964
Theodore Annemann Stop Trick unorthodox method with secretly torn card
May 1984
The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 21)
205
Roberto Giobbi The Blindfold Stop Trick performer shouts stop, corner short
Inspired by 1984 4
U. F. Grant Gen Grant's Triple Stop Card Trick three decks, three selections, first published 1953
1984 15
Karl Fulves Gemini Twins No. 1, two cards inserted where spectator stops dealing, both next to mates
VariationsAlso published here 1984 1
Bob King Direct Stop
1985 143
Richard Vollmer N-E-T Profit two-pile-stop trick with Eight/Nine/Ten set-up
Related to 1985 274
Danny Korem Dallas Drop card dealt from deck on table really comes from right hand Tenkai Palm
Variations 1985 167
John Northern Hilliard Stop Card Trick "Triple Mystery", card side-stolen to top
Related to 1985 6
Stop Card Trick faced deck
1985 6
Rolland Hamblen Card Location Ten Card Location routine
1. Say Stop
2. Spell Out
3. Spring Location
4. Stabbed Card
5. The fifth card
6. Stabbed Cards
7. Card through handkerchief
8. - 10. catch from shower
1985 17
Frederick Braue Routine outline of routine for four selections with locator card
  • divination with crystal
  • at named number
  • stop trick
  • vanishing pack
1985 30
Edward Marlo Not All Psychological spectator stops at odd backed card
Also published here 1986 42
Edward Marlo, Danny Korem Dallas to Chicago top card dealt to table but switched for palmed card, four methods
Inspired by 1986 57
Hal Weaver Future Shock performer stops spectator at selection while dealing cards on the table
May 1986
Magick (Issue 371)
1851
Ben Harris Double Deal Stop Force
1986 7
Ben Harris Double Deal Birthday Trick stop trick with age presentation and two-way out at end
1986 8
Jerry Sadowitz Stop Sleight cards dealt singly from tabled deck into left hand, spectator stops at selection
1987 24
Thomas Hierling Impromptu Al Koran spectator stops anytime during dealing, card matches prediction, faced deck method
1987 60
Roberto Giobbi Stop! psychological
Also published here 1987 62
Larry Jennings You Can Always Count on Your Wallet card placed in wallet is mate of stopped at card
1988 197
Edward Marlo Double Stop cards dealt on table in pairs until spectator stops, top two cards of tabled pile are selections
1988 344
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
1988 347
Gary Plants Miracle Dealer spectator and performer select a card, both get half the cards and start dealing, suddenly performer says stop and on top of both halves are the selections
Variations 1989 454
Rich Bloch Imprinting spectator stops performer removing card from case, signed selection
May 1989
Magick (Issue 421)
2104
Gerd Winkler Stop-Trick "Perfekt" faced deck
1989 19
Gerd Winkler Noch ein Stop-Trick cards turned over one by one and placed onto deck in in-jogged condition
1989 21
Bruce Cervon The Stop Trick application of Free-Turn Pass
1990 141
Bruce Cervon The Psychological Stop Trick as an out, application of Free-Turn Pass
1990 142
Eric Mead Boy Meets Girl
Related to 1990
Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 3 No. 1-5 Aspen Bar Magic)
73
Bernard Bilis, Jacques Tandeau Empty Deal for prediction or stop trick (apparently mis-credited to Bilis)
1990
Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 3 No. 1-5 Aspen Bar Magic)
74
Ken Krenzel Milk Run psychological with out
1990 80
Edward Marlo Marlo's Mindreader card thought-of and selected, one found by stop trick, other to pocket
Related toVariations 1990 58
Chris Power Meine Karte, Deine Karte, Jedermanns Karte card under case, stop trick, two blank cards with messages on them show up and selection appears between them, folded card in case finale
  • Phase 1 - Die Karte wandert unter das Etui
  • Phase 2 - Ihre Karte, Meine Karte, Jedermanns Karte
  • Phase 3 - Und wieder wandert die Karte unter das Etui
  • Phase 4 - Die Karte im Etui
Inspired by
  • routine in Eric Mason's "Stuff"
1990 3
José Carroll The Card-Calculator ambitious card, card to number, stop trick, card folded to calculator
Also published here 1991 47
John Carney The Slide to Home Prediction stop trick procedure used as prediction
Related to 1991 152
Edward Marlo First Application bottom deal
Also published here June 1991 4
Karl Fulves Steal and Deal spectator stops performer's deal at selection
1991 41
Vanni Bossi A Second Deal, Second to None... sucker stop trick, Second Deal gag, card sticks to thumb
Related to 1991 25
Gene Maze Cards cards dealt and turned face up one by one until spectator stops, all other cards change back color
Also published here May 1991
Opus (Vol. 3 No. 9)
9
Karl Fulves Royal Stop spectator stops at card that completes a Royal Flush as cards are removed one by one from a gambling shoe
1991
Swindle Sheet (Issue 6)
64
Karl Fulves Call Box spectator stops at named Ace as cards are removed one by one from a gambling shoe
1991
Swindle Sheet (Issue 6)
64
Jerry K. Hartman Drop Stop spectator stops on their own card
Also published here 1991 82
Jerry K. Hartman Psychic Stopgag different outs for Psychic Stop depending on how many cards the spectator ends up dealing
Inspired byRelated to 1991 335
Jerry K. Hartman Show Stopper with odd-backed card,
Variations 1991 517
Jerry K. Hartman Exception Selection packet of cards is shuffled, spectator says stop as they are dealt through and stopped-at card is dealt face down, all cards are shown to be Diamonds and spectator’s card is a Spade
Also published here 1991 522
Jerry K. Hartman Match Point spectator and magician each stops on each other's card
Inspired byAlso published here
  • in "The Linking Ring" September 1983. P. 83.
1991 535
Al Smith Snap! mate of named card is located by spectator by stopping during deal and assembling the piles with reversed named card in between
1991 19
John W. McClure Simplicity pocketed card appears at stopped at position
Dec. 1992
Apocalypse (Vol. 15 No. 12)
2151
Edward Marlo First Application bottom deal
Also published here 1992 177
Edward Marlo Not All Psychological spectator stops at odd backed card
1992 245
Karl Fulves Wire Room packet placed in case, selection paper clipped to top of case, cards removed until stopped, this card is forced and matches clipped selection, two methods
Related to 1992 7
Stack Countdown spectator stops and then that value is counted down, A-K set-up, published in Pathfinder Magazine 30 years ago (ca. 1930?!)
Related to 1992 28
Cards of Cairo stop and count down, bold
1992 29
Arturo de Ascanio Magicas Coincidencias four selections are returned to the deck and deck is dealt, each spectator stops at his card
Inspired by
  • Padre Wenceslao Ciuró's "Causalidad Inexplicable" in "Mas de 200 Juegos de Manos", p. 402.
Also published here
1992 67
Edward Marlo Not All Psychological spectator stops at odd backed card
Also published here 1992 4
Gordon Bruce A Lesson in Changing the Moment bottom deal stop trick
May 1992
Magic (Vol. 1 No. 9)
47
Edward Marlo Not All Psychological spectator stops at odd backed card
Also published here 1993 4
ストップカード (Stop Card) Stop Trick
1993 66
Peter Duffie Centre Forward out-jogged double, top card of this double is dealt at chosen number
Related toVariations 1993 9
Eddie Fechter The Spectator Stops psychological stop trick, cards face down
  • Outs
  • Touches
1993 53
René Lavand Ah!... If they were... spectator stops at Kings, x-deals
1993 108
René Lavand Ah!... If they were... A Subtle Variation spectator stops at Kings, x-deals, technical variation
1993 109
René Lavand You Find Your Card (Card Reversals) spectator stops at selection
1993 111
René Lavand Reverse Two
1993 115
René Lavand This Is the Simplest of All spectator stops at Aces
1993 116
René Lavand Rosary Stop named card
1993 156
Franklin V. Taylor, Vicente Canuto Jugada Doble two cards
Also published here 1993 81
Alex Elmsley Brownwaves II two cards are selected with the "card at position of cut-off number"-procedure, performer stops spectator
Variations 1994 60
Sam Leo Horowitz Note on "The Perfect Stop Trick"
Related to 1994 1106
Tom Bowyer The "Stop" Trick psychological force
1994 1238
Karl Fulves Sacked deck sprung into paper bag and cards removed singly unter stopped, that card matches prediction
Related to 1994 8
Karl Fulves Sacked Notes multiple cards variation of "Sacked", problem of having named card in paper back with odd back
Related to 1994 12
Gene Maze Odd Man Out spectator stops at only black card in 15-cards-packet or red cards
1994 66
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
1994 90
Gene Maze Magnetic Attraction spectator stops twice during deal and those two cards are reversed, on either side of them are the mates of opposite color
1994 92
Roger Crosthwaite How It's Done "Phase Five: Dealing with Desire"
fake center deal, card dealt onto pile yet appears again when spectator says stop during deal, finally comes from pocket
1994 27
Roger Crosthwaite Mindreading Experiment 1 card "thought-of" (forced), mate is in case and spectator stops on his selection
1994 64
Trevor Lewis Direct Mind Control spectator stops at named card, second deal
1994 68
Simon Aronson Mis-Mate card shown and put out-jogged in deck, spectator says stop during biddling count, it is not the mate of the out-jogged card, but that one changes to match the selection
Also published here 1994 22
Peter Duffie The Maze Connection four times stop, off-beat effect
Inspired by 1995 186