535 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Turnover & Reverse / Triumph / Classic Effect (with or without selections)
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Charles T. Jordan The Alternate Reverse No. 18, every other card is openly reversed, they all right themselves again
VariationsAlso published here 1919/1920 54
Ralph W. Hull (6) Topsy-Turvy Climax slop shuffle triumph with preliminary phase in which cards are really shuffled face-up/face-down
1932 12
Reversible Cards card alternated face up and down, stripper deck
1937 275
Charles T. Jordan Reversed Cards cards are apparently dealt alternately face-up/face-down but only the first ten cards are, then bluff, really mixed cards are not shown
Also published here 1937 355
2nd Method
1938 216
Charles T. Jordan 2. Reverse by the Wholesale every other card is reversed, they all turn over face down again, using Jordan's Ultimo deck
Also published here 1939
The Jinx (Issue Winter Extra 1938/39)
Martin Gardner Improved Topsy-Turvy Deck up to three selections, with slop shuffle followed by a riffle shuffle
Related to 1940 4
Oscar Weigle One Up cards shuffled face-up/face-down by spectator, two methods (stripper and deck switch)
June 1941
The Jinx (Issue 141)
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue The Slop Reverse
1941 14
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue Triple Turn Up three selections, cards alternately face-up and down, half deck double backers
Related to 1942 8
Roger Barkann The Pluperfect Steal deck is shuffled face up and face down, four cards put in a box, the cards vanish and the deck is in order again, with Duolette
Feb. 1943
The Phoenix (Issue 29)
Warren Wiersbe The Hindu "Slop Shuffle"
1944 12
Phil Thomas Neat Slop Shuffle different handling for the slop shuffle triumph
Related to May 1944
The Phoenix (Issue 60)
Art Lyle My Clutch Slips (Or Reverso with No Breaks)
1945 21
John Hamilton Super Slop Shuffle two phases, separating into odd and even, all odd in one direction and evens in the other after real face-up/face-down shuffle, then triumph effect, see Back Room #90 for Ed Marlo ideas
Related to July 1945
The Phoenix (Issue 87)
Don Medley 2. The Sloppy Shuffle
Sep. 1945 150
Dai Vernon Triumph
VariationsAlso published here 1946
Stars of Magic (Vol. 2 No. 1)
Arthur H. Buckley The Mix-Up Experiment No. 24
1946 179
Arthur H. Buckley The Slop Over Card Location Experiment No. 32 - using slop shuffle
1946 195
Arthur H. Buckley Four Aces Par Excellence Experiment No. 38 - Aces instead of selection
1946 206
Edward Marlo Marlo's Triumph aces
1947 46
Sid Lorraine A Tipsy Trick slop shuffle
1948 183
Frederick Braue Reverse Count-Down triumph, reversed card as indicator to find selection
Apr. 1948
Hugard's Magic Monthly (Vol. 5 No. 11)
Martin Gardner Topsy Turvy Deck marking spot in center for easier reversal of top half, slop shuffle triumph
Mar. 1949
Hugard's Magic Monthly (Vol. 6 No. 10)
Joe Stuthard A Good Twist Triumph with stripper deck, strip-out behind back
1949 20
John Scarne Scarne's Knockout Card Trick No. 116, cards in a mixed packet all right themselves leaving only the selection reversed
1950 224
Bill Simon Biddled with just ten cards, without selection
Related toAlso published here Mar. 1951
The Phoenix (Issue 224)
Eddie Joseph The Forerunner slop shuffle triumph to set a key card a certain position for later
1951 4
Bill Simon The Turnabout Cards without selection
1952 48
Bill Simon 2. Odd Card Out twelve cards half face up, half face down, all cards right themselves except selection
1952 142
Bill Simon The Four Packet Shuffle four packets are shuffled into each other face-up/face-down
Related toVariations 1954 21
Bill Simon Biddled with just ten cards, without selection
Also published here 1956 158
Jerry Andrus A Drunken False Shuffle false slop shuffle
Related to 1956 91
Jerry Andrus A Reverse Shuffle
1956 146
Edward Marlo 76-76-67-67 no selection, using faro shuffle, with variation that ends in red-black separated deck
Related toVariations 1958 29
Upsendown Cards every second card is turned over in twelve-card packet, then they all are backs up again, second phase in which all turn up again except selection
1959 1
James Steranko Voodoo Card "An Experiment into the Unknown"
card named and removed and turned over, mate turns over in deck, they transpose, Triumph phase
Variations 1960 58
Bill Simon For Faro-Nicks faro Triumph with thirty-card deck
June 1960
Ibidem (Issue 21)
Nate Leipzig Reverso
1963 173
Harry Lorayne Four of a Kind four of a kind lost, face up face down mix, all one way except four of a kind
1964 6
Edward Marlo Two Triumphs
  • First Triumph (retains full order)
  • Second Triumph - Marlo's Triumph (retains colors)
The Patented Shuffle (Issue 6 Effects)
Larry Jennings Gambler's Triumph "Chapter Eleven", four Ace Revelation by cutting packets, followed by Triumph with the Aces
Variations 1967 67
J. "Rink" van Rinkhuyzen Ups and Downs
Inspired by 1967 213
John Benzais Modernized Slop Shuffle
1967 103
Edward Marlo Daring Triumph
Riffle Shuffle Finale (Issue Riffle Finale)
Edward Marlo Shuffling Out correcting a missed strip-out in Triumph
Riffle Shuffle Finale (Issue Riffle Finale)
Edward Marlo Triumph-Triumph-Triumph-Triumph
Riffle Shuffle Finale (Issue Riffle Finale)
Edward Marlo The Simple Triumph
Variations 1968 40
Edward Marlo Cover-Up Triumph
1968 41
Dr. William Weyeneth Aus meiner Kühltruhe three selections, with 26 double backer
Related to 1968
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 29 No. 6)
Bruce Cervon Simple Triumph
Also published here July 1969
Epilogue (Issue 6)
Edward Marlo No-turn Triumph two methods
Related toVariations Spring 1970
Hierophant (Issue 3)
Edward Marlo right-hand pressure fan notes reverse fan applications, hiding face-up cards in face-down fan, All Backs, ..., right-handed pressure fan suggested by Frank Shields
VariationsAlso published here Summer 1970
Hierophant (Issue 4)
Edward Marlo Delayed Double Climax four Kings instead of selection
Related to 1971 41
Bruce Cervon Optic Delusion! slop shuffle, order is maintained
Also published here 1971
Magick (Issue 32)
Frank Pemper Ricardo's Triumph
1972 75
Jerry Mentzer Variation - No Turn Triumph
Inspired by 1972 83
Derek Dingle Mental Triumph mathematical selection procedure
Related to July 1972
Epilogue (Issue 15 (Part 1))
Edward Marlo Triumph as a Disguised False Shuffle
1972 27
Edward Marlo Multiple Choice Triumph chosen card can be any one in upper half
1972 57
Edward Marlo The Pickups Queens produced from incomplete riffle-shuffled deck, Triumph with Kings, then Queens transpose with Kings
Related to 1972 64
Edward Marlo, Bill Simon To Set Up combination of two referenced Bill Simon effects
Inspired by June 1972
Kabbala — Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 6)
Dai Vernon Vernon's Mix Up Weave Shuffle No. 37, using faro shuffles after 76-76-67-67 face-up/face-down shuffling procedure
Related to 1972 14
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Version Of Horowitz's Reverso Effect No. 300, Faced-Deck straightens out again, but with shuffle making it Triumph, also with false shuffle option
Related to 1972 77
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Strip Shuffle Routine No. 333, card control demonstration with four Aces, followed by Triumph with Aces or selection
1972 93
Reversed Deck Straightened Effect No. 447, sounds like Slop Shuffle Triumph
1972 127
Father Cyprian, Frank Garcia Instant Change four of a kind changes to Aces, triumph phase
1973 22
Frank Garcia Triumph Location Vernon's Triumph with placement principle
1973 33
Frank Garcia, Bill Simon Super Subtle Shuffle no selection
1973 187
Harry Lorayne "Wired"
1973 81
Dennis Marks No Table Triumph
Mar. 1973
Epilogue (Issue 17)
Edward Marlo Revolutionary Rightings and Revelations with the Riffle Shuffle chapter intro, several new approaches to the Triumph Effect
1974 113
Edward Marlo Combination Triumph done two times with no selections, "Strip-less Triumph"
1974 113
Edward Marlo Clean-Up Triumph done two times with no selections
1974 129
Edward Marlo The Sure Combination
1974 144
Edward Marlo Double Revealment Triumph done two times with the same selection
1974 151
Edward Marlo Doubly Triumphant two selections
1974 154
Jerry Mentzer, Bill Simon Nearly a Triumph
1974 211
Jerry Mentzer Card Mix Up without riffle shuffles
1974 221
Rick Johnsson Simplex Triumph
Related to Sep. 1974 793
Jerry K. Hartman Over-reaction deck divided into four piles, shuffled together face up and face down, deck rights itself except for selection
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here 1974 25
Jerry Andrus Reverse Shuffle Mystery
Also published here 1974 14
Martin A. Nash Kings Incognito combo, see p. 443 for additional crediting
Variations 1975 53
Martin A. Nash Doing that Segregationist's Shuffle slop shuffle, secret red/black separation, see p. 444 for additional crediting
1975 79
Gustave Southall Triumph Aces
1975 31
Paul Swinford Four Pile Triumph
1975 103
Paul Swinford Zenith Triumph
1975 106
Paul Swinford Triumph F.M.O.
Variations 1975 110
Larry Jennings Royal Triumph four Kings instead of selection
Variations 1975
Epilogue (Issue Special No 3 (Part 1))
Larry Jennings King's Triumph four Kings instead selection
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1975
Hierophant (Issue 7 Resurrection Issue)
Walt Lees, Edward Marlo, Derek Dingle, Frank Garcia The Perpetual Elevator Routine ten minute act
  • 1.) The First Elevator (based on "Penetration")
  • 2.) The Cold Elevator
  • 3.) Triumph Plus (see also "Super Subtle Shuffle")
  • 4.) The Small Packet All Backs (based on a Derek Dingle Routine)
  • 5.) Finale (Elevator again with card in pocket finish)
Inspired byRelated to Nov. 1975
Pabular (Vol. 2 No. 3)
Karl Fulves Mathematical Triumph using Riffle Shuffle Control
1975 219
Charles T. Jordan The Alternate Reverse every other card is openly reversed, they all right themselves again
Also published here 1975 71
Charles T. Jordan Reversed Cards cards are apparently dealt alternately face-up/face-down but only the first ten cards are, then bluff, really mixed cards are not shown
Also published here 1975 90
Charles T. Jordan A New Reverse Card Trick cards are apparently dealt alternately face-up/face-down but only the first ten cards are, then bluff, really mixed cards are not shown, more details
Also published here 1975 95
Charles T. Jordan 2. Reverse by the Wholesale every other card is reversed, they all turn over face down again, using Jordan's Ultimo deck
Also published here 1975 191
Edward Marlo Logical Faced Triumph Faced Deck, nice Subtleties
Related to 1976 192
David Solomon Simple Right Handed Triumph Faced Deck
VariationsAlso published here 1976 193
Edward Marlo, David Solomon Double Barrel right handed Triumph two Selections
1976 194
Edward Marlo Right Handed Triumph with repeat
1976 195
Frederick Braue Count-Down Triumph wrong card used to count to selection
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1976
Kabbala — Volume 3 (Vol. 3 No. 11)
Stewart Judah Simple Version of "Triumph" Triumph effect with no selection
1976 12
Frederick Braue Counting On Triumph wrong card used to count to selection
Also published here 1976 3
Frank Thompson Phase 4: 4 packet shuffle - Frank Thompson's method with variations on p. 9
1976 4
Martin A. Nash Towering Triumph see p. 448 for additional crediting
Related to 1977 227
Joe DeStefano Incognito Joe
Inspired by 1977 260
David Carré The Card Expert multiphase routine, fullstack
Feb. 1977
Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 6)
Eric Mason Brainwave brainwave, triumph and deck transposes with an other deck as a kicker
Related to Sep. 1977
Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 1)
Jerry Andrus Minor "Miracle"
Also published here 1977 22
José de la Torre Follow the Leader
  • First part: The Aces Follow the Leader (Aces and Joker lost in the deck, all come to top)
  • Second part: Triumphant Aces and the Leader
  • Third part: Again the Four Aces and the Leader (Collins Ace type routine with deal into wanted hand)
1977 9
Allan Ackerman, Heck The Spectator's Triumph spectator shuffles cards face up and face down, ungaffed (almost)
Inspired byVariations 1978 68
Ken Krenzel The "Strange" Riffle Shuffle in the hands, using strange false shuffle
1978 158
Erhard Liebenow Triumph Number One
1978 12
Erhard Liebenow Triumph Number Two from face up face down cards, one card is removed and changes into the selection, deck triumph
1978 13
Erhard Liebenow Triumph Number Three
1978 15
Paul Harris Gambler vs. Mentalist vs. Magician dressed up Triumph
1978 74
Jon Racherbaumer Introduction
1978 1
Edward Marlo I-F Triumph triumph after peek in incomplete faro condition
1978 21
Jon Racherbaumer Select Bibliography on Triumph in print
1978 38
John F. Mendoza The Quick Cull - Effect cards shuffled face-up and face-down, all cards right themselves except for named four-of-a-kind
1978 35
Edward Marlo Triumph without selection
1978 124
Doug Edwards Mate Triumph explained in context of Tipsy Turnover, selection is placed aside then triumph and only card which remains reversed is mate of selection
1978 20
Harry Lorayne Cut-A-Way Triumph
Variations 1979 135
Harry Lorayne HaLo Double Trouble four queens are produced, lost, Triumph, queens reversed at end
Variations 1979 243
Richard Kaufman Triumph Handling
Related to 1979 11
Karl Fulves Mathematical Triumph using Riffle Shuffle Control
1979 13
Rainer Teschner Ein verrücktes Mischen
1979 26
Daryl Martinez The Puerto Rican Triumph
Related toVariations 1980 54
Frank Garcia Crazy Deck
1980 7
Frank Garcia, Dai Vernon The New York Opener
1980 7
Father Cyprian Super Shuffle Four Ace Trick
1980 47
Edward Marlo One-Shuffle Triumph
1980 9
Ken Brooke Ken Brooke's Card Act end strippers
  • First Effect (Aces produced from shuffled deck, lost in packet and dealt out again, spectator choses Ace packet)
  • Second Effect (Triumph with fair shuffle)
  • Third to Seventh (routine with twenty-four duplicates, stripper Svengali, all alike display, switching duplicates in and out)
Also published here 1980 172
Al Smith WBD - Well Behaved Deck in the hands
1980 28
Jeff White Double Triumph using two selections
1980 7
Jon Racherbaumer, Nick Trost Flip-Flop Triumph featuring eight-packet display by Trost
Inspired by 1981 13
Don England Very Simple Triumph
Inspired by 1981 19
Don England Very Simple R/B Triumph red-black separation climax
1981 21
Karl Fulves Choice Triumph with two selections, duplicate
1981 20
Ken Simmons A Triumph For You two selections, Triumph with one selection face-up in center, cards re-spread, now second selection in center and first in pocket
1981 31
Ken Simmons, David Solomon Variation of a Triumph
Inspired by 1981 33
Peter Warlock Das Wicks' Thema time turned back, illustrated with
  • Triumph (cheek to cheek)
  • linking ropes
  • transposing balls in glasses
  • numbered dice
Inspired by
  • "Lost Time" (Charles Wicks, The Magic Wand)
Also published here
  • Pentagram, 1955
May 1981
Intermagic (Vol. 8 No. 1)
Derek Dingle QuadraConvincing Triumph
1982 139
Derek Dingle Mental Triumph card is selected in mathematical way
1982 143
Harry Lorayne Triumphant Cut-A-Way aces reversed at end
1982 461
Frank Garcia A Subtle Piece of Business method for turning the top half over in classic routine
Related to 1982 27
Jerry Sadowitz Vendetta triumph, shuffle type gags, four-of-a-kind found
Aug. 1982
Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 5)
Peter Duffie Arc de Triumph without false shuffle
Variations July 1982
Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 15)
Edward Marlo A Subtile Triumph not bad
Variations 1983 211
Mike Bornstein Simple Four-Ace Triumph
Apr. 1983
Apocalypse (Vol. 6 No. 4)
Robert Hirsch Killer Triumph FMO rough and smooth, see credit corrections on page 864 and variation on page 899
June 1983
Apocalypse (Vol. 6 No. 6)
Ray Mertz R.M. Triumph
1983 149
Pascal Monmoine Triumph? ideas for reversing the cards before the Triumph
July 1983
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 27)
Karl Fulves Reverse/Triumph every other card turned over, discussions of different methods, credit information on Triumph
1983 102
Juan Tamariz Triunfo No. 6, with selection
1983 8
Frank Simon Odds on Triumph
  • Alternate Handling
1983 42
Frank Simon Handmade Triumph without table
Inspired by 1983 47
Drunter + Drüber mention of Al Koran's cheek to cheek triumph from New Pentagram
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 44 No. 2)
Edward Marlo What! Another Triumph no selection
1984 56
Edward Marlo One Shuffle Eddie aces face up in different parts
1984 67
Edward Marlo Bored With Triumph
1984 259
Les Scheyer Apocalypse Variations Or Additions
Inspired by Mar. 1984
Apocalypse (Vol. 7 No. 3)
Mitchell Silverman A Very Nice Triumph Effect
Oct. 1984
Apocalypse (Vol. 7 No. 10)
Jon Racherbaumer Sliding Triumph based on Paul Harris "Sensous Shuffle"
Summer 1984
The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. Summer Extra)
Shigeo Takagi Shigeo Takagi's Triumph
Inspired by Winter 1984
West Coast Quarterly (Vol. 1 No. 1)
Neal Elias The Four Packet Shuffle without selection
1984 12
Ace Triumph No. 86, optional color-changing back kicker for Aces
1984 129
Ian Land A Thousand Ways selection sandwiched between two other face up selections
Apr. 1984
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 36)
Peter Duffie A Personal Triumph four packets shuffled together
Inspired byVariations 1984 14
Jonathan Townsend Full-Deck Oil and Water actually Triumph
1985 45
Jonathan Townsend Waving In Triumph
1985 48
Steve Beam Shakedown first face up and face down shuffled deck and then red and black cards visually separate, faro condition, cards drop
Related to 1985 141
Stewart Judah Ein 4-As-Eröffnungstrick Triumph with four Aces reversed at end
July 1985
Intermagic (Vol. 11 No. 3 & 4)
Roger Crosthwaite Half a Classic multi-phase routine
  • Spectator cuts to the Aces
  • Triumph
  • Revelation of chosen card
  • Aces change into Eights, Aces found in pocket, selection in card case
Inspired by 1985 4
Larry Jennings The Bonus Trick four-of-a-kind kicker
Variations 1986 29
Larry Jennings King's Triumph with four Kings instead of selections
Related toAlso published here 1986 124
Larry Jennings Jennings On Vernon's Triumph
1986 188
Larry Jennings Out-Standing Triumph no table
1986 223
Steve Conner Triumphand Waterfall very bold in-the-hands false faro shuffle
Related to Feb. 1986
Apocalypse (Vol. 9 No. 2)
Dan Tong Double Triumph two selections, for credit update see page 1259
Apr. 1986
Apocalypse (Vol. 9 No. 4)
Ken Simmons A Different Approach handling for reference
Inspired by 1986 14
Justin Higham Trump Triumph without false shuffle
Inspired by May 1986 43
Dai Vernon No Sleight Triumph
Related to 1987 105
Dai Vernon The Second Campaign
1987 113
Gary Ouellet One-Card Triumph Revelation bold
Jan. 1987
Apocalypse (Vol. 10 No. 1)
John C. Wagner Up-Standing Triumph
Variations 1987 147
John C. Wagner Triumph #999
1987 150
John Carney Triumph Rip Off cards shuffled face up / face down, face up cards are "ripped through" deck except selection
Also published here 1987
Lecture Notes Collection (Issue Conjuring con Carney)
Peter Duffie Easy Triumph
1987 79
Jamy Ian Swiss On the Triumph Effect discussion of Triumph effect and the use of further displays
Also published here 1987 10
Bruce Cervon Optic Delusion slop shuffle
Also published here 1988 22
Bruce Cervon Simple Triumph
Also published here 1988 49
Bruce Cervon Three-Packet Triumph
1988 49
José Carroll A Triumph with Fans in the hands
Also published here 1988 79
Edward Marlo Triumphant Procedure in process of triumph reverse twenty-six one-way cards for location effect
1988 211
Edward Marlo Three Packet Triumph
1988 213
Edward Marlo The Spectator Really Triumphs spectator does shuffling, too
1988 214
Joseph K. Schmidt Miss-Direction
Feb. 1988
Epoptica (Issue 11)
Edward Marlo Table Reverse & Effect Triumph, setting up with using Barnhart's riffle shuffle reverse with half the deck
Inspired byRelated toAlso published here
  • The New Tops, June 1965
1988 162
Justin Higham Anytime Triumph in the hands
1988 16
Justin Higham Another Anytime Triumph in the hands
1988 16
Hiroshi Sawa Tilted Triumph in the hands triumph, false faro
Variations 1988 49
Thomas Prieto Direct Triumph
Jan. 1989
Apocalypse (Vol. 12 No. 1)
Steve Rogers, Paul Cummins True Triumph haphazard mixing on the table
Related toVariations May 1989
Apocalypse (Vol. 12 No. 5)
Edward Marlo Simple Order Triumph retaining stack
1989 12
Bob King Easy Jennings with four Aces
Inspired by 1989 9
Father Cyprian Four Aces Plus Triumph Revisited four Aces produced from spots where spectator stops, Aces lost and deck shuffled face-up/face-down, all one way again except Aces
1989 26
Juan Tamariz A Clear Triumph
1989/91 215
Juan Tamariz I. Tamariz Jumble faro, cards rightened below table
1989/91 221
Juan Tamariz II. Stripper Jumble stripper deck
1989/91 221
Jerry K. Hartman Apocalypse Variations Or Additions
Inspired by Jan. 1990
Apocalypse (Vol. 13 No. 1)
Tony Mullé What a Mess! two Selections
Variations Feb. 1990
Apocalypse (Vol. 13 No. 2)
David Williamson Phony Pharo using the "Phony Pharo"
June 1990
Apocalypse (Vol. 13 No. 6)
Harry Lorayne Triumph Version
1990 265
Edward Marlo Follow Up Triumphs two phase triumph
1990 34
Shigeo Takagi Total Triumph
1990 47
Larry Jennings Tahoe Triumph Triumph plot, shuffled on table
Also published here 1990 7
Larry Jennings New Outstanding Triumph no table
Also published here 1990 9
Steve Payton In Hand Triumph
1990 13
Dan Fleshman Most Amazing Triumph with four selections
Variations 1990 17
Oliver Erens Apocalypse Variations Or Additions
Inspired by Oct. 1991
Apocalypse (Vol. 14 No. 10)
John Carney Triumph Rip-Off cards shuffled face up / face down, face up cards are "ripped through" deck except selection
VariationsAlso published here 1991 164
Edward Marlo Tilt Faro Shuffle false faro shuffle, also applied to triumph plot
  • two-shuffle sequence
Also published here June 1991 1
Karl Fulves Two-Umff separating the revelation and the rightening
Variations 1991 28
Karl Fulves Triumphant with transposition finale
Inspired by 1991 39
Ken Brooke Mein Kartenakt end strippers
  • Effekt Nr. 1 (Aces produced from shuffled deck, lost in packet and dealt out again, spectator choses Ace packet)
  • Effekt Nr. 2 (Triumph with fair shuffle)
  • Effekt Nr. 3-7 (routine with twenty-four duplicates, stripper Svengali, all alike display, switching duplicates in and out)
Also published here Jan. 1991
Intermagic (Vol. 16 No. 1)
Jerry K. Hartman Good Try-Umph method to turnover reversed packet, in the hands
1991 274
Jerry K. Hartman Front and Center card removed from third, packet is placed reversed in center of rest, all cards turn in same direction but selection
Inspired by 1991 275
Jerry K. Hartman Over-Reaction deck divided into four piles, shuffled together face up and face down, deck rights itself except for selection
Inspired byAlso published here 1991 278
Yuji Wada Eerie Revelation flourish production of two four-of-a-kinds after short slop shuffle
Inspired by
  • 4-Ace Reveal by David Britland
VariationsAlso published here
Mar. 1992
Apocalypse (Vol. 15 No. 3)
Hiroyuki Sakai Tokyo Triumph
1992 828
Terry LaGerould Your Aces Are Marked Triumph with Ace kicker
1992 13
Ken Simmons Ambitious Triumph Triumph with Goodwin/Jennings display, then short Ambitious sequence
1992 1
Justin Higham Immediate Triumph using Covered Multiple Turnover
Variations Apr. 1992
Tech-Notes (Issue 2)
Justin Higham Immediate Triumph Plus Selection
Inspired by Apr. 1992
Tech-Notes (Issue 2)
Justin Higham Immediate Triumph Plus Aces
Inspired by Apr. 1992
Tech-Notes (Issue 2)
Ernest Earick A Flippant Triumph nice visual ending
1993 119
Doug Edwards Discrepancy Triumph no selection
June 1993
Apocalypse (Vol. 16 No. 6)
Ken Brooke The Ken Brooke Routine with Joe Stuthard's Trilby Deck - Part Two edited reprint from Brooke's magazine "Routine" (1950), Triumph with End Strippers, two selections (one only thought of) from two piles end up next to each other
Nov. 1993
New Sorcerer (Vol. 1 No. 5)
J. W. Sarles Roll Down "An Impromptue 3-Part Card Routine"
  • spectator reverses a card behind his back, performer names it
  • in repeat spectator reverses the card right next to first selection
  • spectator shuffles cards face-up/face-down behind his back, Triumph
Rigmarole (Issue 1)
Keith Bennett Express Triumph
Dec. 1993
Profile (Issue 17)
Mike Bornstein Two Card Reverse with two selection
1993 35
Jim Krenz Triumph deck roughed on back
1993 190
Shigeo Takagi Subtle Slop Shuffle Aces four Aces are reversed at the end
Also published here June 1993
Magic (Vol. 2 No. 10)
Vicente Canuto Revoltijo slop shuffle triumph with selection, with additional riffle shuffle
1993 120
Allan Ackerman Ackerman's Opener stack, combination
1994 100
Aldo Colombini Tri-Emphasis based on Cut-Deeper-Force
Also published here Apr. 1994
Apocalypse (Vol. 17 No. 4)
Bill Kalush Wired Triumph method for getting into position before shuffle
Aug. 1994
Apocalypse (Vol. 17 No. 8)
Alex Elmsley The Shy Chameleon triumph routine in which backs are not seen to delay color changing deck effect
1994 136
Karl Fulves Psychic Triumph weird procedure, two-step revelation, first all face-down, then selection
1994 34
David Neighbors Colorful Rip-Off Triumph cards shuffled face up / face down, face up cards are "ripped through" deck except selection, with color changing back kicker
Inspired by Sep. 1994
The Minotaur (Vol. 6 No. 3)
Meir Yedid Walk-Around Triumph without table
1994 17
Aldo Colombini Las Vegas three cards end up reversed, suit, value and card itself
Related toAlso published here
  • Colombini's "Top Ten" lecture notes
Feb. 1994
Profile (Issue 18)
Roger Crosthwaite The Khan Reverse
1994 16
David Carré Total Cull shuffled deck, routine after which the deck is sorted into fours-of-a-kind or new deck order
  • Phase One: The Nine/Ten Trick
  • Phase Two: The First Ace Trick
  • Phase Three: Four Aces Lost and Found
  • Phase Four: Four Quick Ace Discoveries
  • Phase Five: The Cour Cards
  • Phase Six: The Separation
  • Phase Seven: The Complete Assembly
  • Phase Eight: The Lull before the Storm
  • Phase Nine: The Grand Finale
  • Variation: Another Sort
1994 135
Steven Hamilton Thinking Out Loud card built from two consecutive cards in the deck by taking suit of one and value of the other, that card turns over, then Triumph with four cards reversed at finale, the constructed card and its mates
Also published here 1994 210
Jim Krenz Invisible Triumph spectator shuffles, all cards roughed on back
Related to 1994 18
Tony Econ Triumph in the Hands
Jan./Feb. 1994
The Magic Menu (Vol. 4 No. 21)
David Acer .S.S.T. "Straightforward Stand-Up Triumph"
Also published here Sep./Oct. 1994
The Magic Menu (Vol. 5 No. 25)
Bob King Most Subtle Triumph triumph with instant repeat
Jan. 1995
Apocalypse (Vol. 18 No. 1)
Edward Marlo Slop Shuffle Or Triumph? slop followed by riffle shuffle, no selection, Aces face-up at end
Related to 1995
Facsimile (Issue 3)
Alexander de Cova Super Easy Triumph cheek to cheek handling
Also published here 1995 22
Karrell Fox The Sloppy Fox Rollover with eight-packet display that is "rolled up"
Inspired by
  • Sid Lorraine
1995 49
Karl Fulves Early Triumphs credit information, 1927 and 1928 references for Triumph routines
Underworld (Issue 2)
The Shuffle Reverse
Also published here
  • "Two Dozen Effective Practical Card Tricks" (Walter Gibson, 1927)
Underworld (Issue 2)
Art Altman Upside Down reprint of original instructions with added illustrations, 1928
Underworld (Issue 2)
David Acer S.S.T. "Straightforward Stand-Up Triumph"
Also published here 1995 87
Bob King Repeat Triumph thick double backer
1995 25
Claude Rix Triumphallaieux triumph using a memorized deck, variation where triumph and birthday book are combined
1995 85
Alexander de Cova Super Easy Triumph cheek to cheek handling
Also published here 1995 9
Aldo Colombini Tri-Emphasis based on Cut-Deeper-Force
Also published here 1995 75
Jerry K. Hartman Bold Over Triumph with selection
1995 234
Marc Serin One-Kai one-handed optical revolve
Inspired by June 1995
Magic (Vol. 4 No. 10)
Marc Serin Hofzinser Homage deck shuffled face-up/face-down, Aces found with double Hofzinser toss and deck shown rightened
Also published here July 1995
Magic (Vol. 4 No. 11)
Paul Cummins Personal Triumph
1996 1
Steve Rogers, Paul Cummins True Triumph mixing hapzardly on the table
1996 6
Paul Cummins Personal Slop... using slop shuffle
1996 20
Justin Hanes Strip Tease apparently stripper deck is used
Winter 1996 36
Paul Harris Gambler vs Mentalist vs Magician dressed up Triumph
The Art of Astonishment — Book 1 (Issue Las Vegas Close-Up)
Dominique Duvivier Tri-Umpteenth Triumph routine with cutting display
1996 33
Dai Vernon Triumph with Triumph Shuffle
Related to 1996 26
Joel Givens Slop Machine in the hands triumph
Also published here 1996 1158
William Goodwin The Exhibitionist in the hands triumph, without selection
1996 1198
Larry Jennings Outstanding Triumph Goodwin/Jennings Display
Variations 1996 1201
Steve Beam Simply Shuffled in the hands
Also published here 1996 1201
James Swain My Opener Aces produced, triumph with Aces reversed at end, Aces lost again, cut to and new deck order finale
1996 112
Lou Gallo Two-Card Tabled Triumph two selections
1996 75
Rainer Teschner Darf ich 'mal mischen...?
1996 151
Timothy Mullins Forced Triumph in-the-hands
  • Forced Triumph Revised
June 1996
The Lemniscate (Vol. 3 No. 1)
Larry Jennings Swindle Four-King Triumph selfworking
1997 138
Larry Jennings The Truthful Triumph
Related to 1997 146
Wylee Packer The Old "One-Two" Reverse two selections by spectator & magician, duplicate
May 1997
Apocalypse (Vol. 20 No. 5)
Jerry K. Hartman Cheek Turner two handlings
May 1997
Apocalypse (Vol. 20 No. 5)
Ken Krenzel Sequence Mechanique card turns over, rises to the top, triumph sequence
1997 60
William Goodwin Delayed Triumph
1997 16
Christian Scherer Rekordverdächtig in the hands, without selection
1997 175
David Solomon Right-Handed Triumph faced deck, biased pressure fan
Also published here 1997 145
David Solomon, Edward Marlo