33 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Gambling / Poker / Blindfold Poker & Think-a-Card
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Nate Leipzig Leipzig gambling exhibition cards remembered in first deal, dealt to oneself with second deals
1933 Page Wright's Notebook 10
Nate Leipzig Five Hands
Variations 1938 Greater Magic 560
Edward Marlo Blindfold Poker Deal
1942 Let's See the Deck 25
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue Blind Man's Poker
1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 23
Laurie Ireland Laurie Ireland's Blindfold Poker Deal with unknown and selected hole card, tactile marks on side of card
1943 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1943) 21
Neal Elias Blindfold Poker Deal brief idea
1946 At the Table Tricks 16
Warren Wiersbe Blindfold Poker Deal
1946 Mental Cases With Cards 7
Tony Kardyro The Blind Fold Poker Deal Supreme selected cards from several hands end up in performer's hand in next deal
1955 Kardyro's Kard Konjuring 31
Dai Vernon Blindfold Poker Deal
1961 Further Inner Secrets of Card Magic 9
Edward Marlo Simplex Blindfold Deals seven methods
1974 The Unexpected Card Book 20
Derek Dingle 4-Way Triumph with four named cards from poker hands, Daley's Blindfold Poker Deal meets Triumph
Variations 1975 Riffle Shuffle Technique — Part One 31
Jerry K. Hartman Poker Face-to-Face Four cards selected from Poker hands, Triumph
Inspired by 1975 Card Fare 23
Jerry K. Hartman Hand in Hand Blindfold Poker Deal
Also published here 1975 Card Fare 45
Jon Racherbaumer Psychic Poker two phases
Related to Aug. 1978 Apocalypse (Vol. 1 No. 8) 93
Frederick Braue Impromptu Poker Deal
Inspired by 1978 Fred Braue on False Deals 22
John F. Mendoza Routined Poker Mental princess card trick with lie detection presentation
Variations 1978 The Book of John 19
Edward Marlo Faro Fantastiques 49 card deck, several spectatators shuffle packets and remember card, selections appear in one poker hand, three presentations
1979 Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 359
Harry Lorayne, Jon Racherbaumer Impromptu Psychic Poker cards thought of and chosen from poker hands are found
Inspired by 1979 Quantum Leaps 140
Derek Dingle Poker Triumph with four named cards from poker hands
1981 Octet 9
Derek Dingle Four Poker Triumph combined with Triumph
Related toVariations 1982 The Complete Works of Derek Dingle 144
Karl Fulves The Restacking Problem players leave or arrive after deck is already stacked, several solutions:
  • 4 Hands to 3
  • 5 Hands to 4
  • 5 Hands to 3
  • 3 Hands to 5
  • Mind Games (including finding some thought of cards (blindfold poker deal))
Related toVariations 1984 Riffle Shuffle Technique — Part Three 192
Sam Leo Horowitz Blindfold Poker Deal Variation
1989 The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 3 xvii
Jerry K. Hartman Best Hand Forward
Also published here Jan. 1990 Apocalypse (Vol. 13 No. 1) 1731
Jerry K. Hartman Best Hand Forward
Also published here 1991 Card Craft 439
Jerry K. Hartman Hand in Hand Blindfold Poker Deal
Also published here 1991 Card Craft 443
Jon Racherbaumer Epilogue to Epilogue on a Jack Liuso satire article in Hierophant #4, Ed Marlo, Karl Fulves, Neal Elias letters, Ed Marlo letters, all on riffle shuffle work and Marlo & Daley, blindfold deal credit information
Dec. 1992 Racherbaumer Papers (Issue 2) 7
Jack Avis Auto Deck performer deals himself Aces, then spectators remember one card in their hand, performer shuffles and deals again, everyone has a Straight Flush and performer the memorized cards, extra Aces and duplicates
Also published here
  • marketed in 1953
1998 Vis à Vis 56
Darwin Ortiz, John F. Mendoza Liar's Poker princess card trick with lie detection presentation and sucker finale à la Fingerprint Card Trick
Inspired by 2002 Scams & Fantasies with Cards 26
Nate Leipzig, Juan Tamariz Assembly of Selections in Poker Hands four hands dealt, one card remembered in each hand, after shuffling cards, selections all end up in hand of performer
Inspired by 2004 Mnemonica 150
Derek DelGaudio High Five! five people remember the highest card in a poker hand, they're punch-dealt in one hand
  • Self-Working Version
2010 Derek DelGaudio 9
Paul Vigil High Five credit information on the plot
2014 Classic Fantastic 189
Paul Vigil High 5.0 five poker hands dealt, four spectators remember one card in their packets, cards redealt, performer reads minds of four spectators
Inspired by
  • "Gimme Five" (Simon Aronson, MAGIC, Aug. 2009, p. 62)
VariationsAlso published here
  • "High 5" (Paul Vigil, MAGIC, Nov. 2011, p. 64)
2014 Classic Fantastic 201
Paul Vigil High 5 Remix last card to envelope in wallet
  • An Impromptu Handling: Sans Wallet
Inspired by 2014 Classic Fantastic 215