328 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Gambling / Poker / You just get the winning Hand.
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Adrian Plate The Great Poker Trick "a particular favorite of Mr. Adrian Plate", new deck opened and shuffled, seven hands dealt and performer winsRelated toAlso published here The Art of Magic 128
Louis Nikola The Game of Poker Everyone gets good hands, you get Royal Flush in HeartsRelated to The Nikola Card System 39
Jack Merlin The Hop off the Bottom switching hand in a game, Jinx SwitchRelated toVariationsAlso published here Merlin at the Card Table 10
Jack Merlin The Shooting of Pete McGuff story, two times seven hands, from new pack order Merlin at the Card Table 16
Jack Merlin Master Poker Dealing royal flush from named suit, four hands Merlin at the Card Table 17
Jack Merlin Exhibition Poker Feat five full houses, then straight from selected cut pile Merlin at the Card Table 19
Laurie Ireland Stacking the Deck for Ireland's Card Tricks Including Two Poker Deals - The First Poker Deal
- The Second Poker Deal
with Ireland's memorized deck
Ireland Writes a Book 15
Theodore Annemann The Gambler is Back Again The Book Without A Name 25
Graham Adams Nap Routine royal flush dealt repeatedly Mr. S. W. Erdnase — "His Book" 17
Theodore Annemann The Gambler in Person pick-up stackAlso published here The Book Without A Name 22
Lu Brent "We Stand Pat" stacked The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Summer Extra 1936) 136
Audley Walsh The Audley Walsh Coincidence four cards selected turn out to be aces, lost again and dealt in poker handRelated toVariationsAlso published here The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 21) 122
Victor Farelli "Poker Face" Royal Straight Flush dealt to performer "Lend Me Your Pack" 37
U. F. Grant Effect No. 5 - Blindfold Deal spectator shuffles, performer is blindfolded and deals out a Royal Flush (after deck switch) The Gambler's Expose Act 3
Victor Farelli The Harrison Deal Royal Flush lands in magician's handVariations "Lend Me Your Pack" 36
Unknown A Subtle Set Up thumb count stack Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 365
Unknown Double Poker Deal set-up Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 367
Theodore Annemann The Gambler is Back Again Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 372
Unknown Impromptu Poker Deal Variations Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 373
Stadelman Effective Poker Deal redistribution to stack royal flush Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 373
Frank Lane A Slick Card Routine combo in which spectator finds selection, card is predicted, poker game is dealt, slick card and set-up Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 100
Theodore Annemann The Gambler in Person pick-up stackVariations Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 372
Tom Bowyer Klondyke Poker poker deal from new pack order Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 373
Louis Nikola Poker trick with Nikola memorized deck Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 391
Val Evans Multeffect Cards long-short paired deck used for a routine of eighteen different effectsRelated toVariations The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Winter Extra 1936/37) 177
Frank Travers Gambler at Large! stack for demo with several games (Poker, Blackjack, Bridge)Related to The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 39) 257
Edward Victor The Expert Deal four Aces, the Royal Flush Magic of the Hands 19
Frank Lane A Poker Deal Greater Magic 297
Unknown Poker Demonstration controlling the aces, belly strippers Greater Magic 461
Unknown A Si Stebbins System Wrinkle dealing Royal Flush from Si Stebbins Greater Magic 307
Martin Gardner Draw Poker Plus The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Winter Extra 1937/38) 275
Frank Travers big deal? "Rapid Set-up" & "Expert Deal", two special full deck stacks for Stud Poker, Draw Poker, Black Jack, Bridge, Rhummy The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 142) 799
John Scarne Scarne's Drunken Deal The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 23) 95
Martin Gardner Draw Poker Plus Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 57
Audley Walsh Audley Walsh Coincidence four cards selected turn out to be aces, lost again and dealt in poker handAlso published here Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 6
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Build Up six hands, two rounds, as RusduckRelated toVariations The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 61) 249
Arthur H. Buckley A Cold Deck Warmed Up switching 48 cards (deck minus Aces) and stack Aces into positions Card Control 115
Arthur H. Buckley Demonstration Build of the Four Aces using the Buckley Double Cuts cutting system to stack cards Card Control 114
Neal Elias "Tell Ya What I'm Gonna Do" using a combination cull stock shuffle At the Table Tricks 14
Warren Wiersbe Stacking the Deck poker & dealing routine to secretly get into Si Stebbins Mental Cases With Cards 22
Edward Marlo Super Memory presentation for royal flush punch deal Marlo In Spades 23
Edward Marlo A Straight Flush part of "Marlo's Miracle Routine" Marlo In Spades 16
Edward Marlo The Perfect Stack without adjustment, three aces are dealt to a player for two to eight players, punch deal Marlo In Spades 21
Billy McComb William's Poker Hand Trick several hands are dealt one hand is chosen it's a royal flush The First Book of William 39
Edward Marlo The Stripper Combine spectator chooses high four of a kind which is dealt, stripper deck, two methodsAlso published here Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1947) 24
Harvey P. Graham Bagged! poker routine for stage, with a stand The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 175) 702
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Build Up (Streamlined) Inspired by The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 189) 755
Dr. Al Berndt, Peter Musto The New Deal Poker Hand No. 56, Poker deal from new deck order, draw poker Scarne on Card Tricks 100
John Scarne Scarne's Drunken Poker Deal No. 68, Poker hands dealt from deck shuffled face up/down, final poker hand transformation (drunk man presentation)Variations Scarne on Card Tricks 124
H. K. Becker Your Flush gambling demonstration, royal flush finish The Phoenix 201 - 250 (Issue 242) 966
Bert Fenn I Win! several phases, see p. 953 for corrections The Phoenix 201 - 250 (Issue 237) 947
Toni Koynini Gambler's Delight half deck stacked, dealing several poker hands for different combination of players, good bridge hand Toni Koynini's Card Miracles 8
Audley Walsh Audley's Best The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 270) 1078
Edward Marlo The Stripper Combine spectator chooses high four of a kind which is dealt, stripper deckAlso published here The Cardician 29
Edward Marlo Poker Prediction and a Principle spectator shuffles, yet aces are dealt outVariations The Cardician 33
Martin Gardner Poker Problem open drawing of cards, solution on p. 1104Related to The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 275) 1101
Russell "Rusduck" Duck E-Z Poker thumb count stacking of a poker hand The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 310) 39
Stewart James Vernon Variation Inspired byVariations The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 316) 67
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Forever Royal Variations The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 320) 88
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Poker Poser stud deal The Cardiste (Issue 4) 3
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Strictly Straight performer always gets a straight, from five to two hands, then performer deals and can chose if dealer gets top or bottom card, progressive poker deal, Gilbreath precursorInspired by
  • Lin Searles's "The Straight Gambler"
Related to
The Cardiste (Issue 1) 3
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Forever Royal - And Yet Again! eight hands, performer always gets a royal flush, as a climax all have good hands and performer almost has a royal flush, then he exchanges the wrong card and gets the missing oneInspired by The Cardiste (Issue 1) 9
Charles Hudson Hocus Pocus six hands, five rounds, ends with royal flushInspired by The Cardiste (Issue 2) 5
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Study in Stud system for coding/designating a card with four cards, for a stud dealRelated toVariations The Cardiste (Issue 4) 4
Tom Ransom Suicide Build progressive poker deal, from five to two handsRelated toVariations The Cardiste (Issue 4) 7
Ronald B. Edwards The Cocoanut Poker Deal royal flush, special procedure, duplicates The Cardiste (Issue 6) 5
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Revolving Poker with spelling The Cardiste (Issue 6) 9
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Koldex Deluxe ten hands, then five handsRelated to The Cardiste (Issue 7) 4
Milton Kort Gambling Expose long routine, including memory, poker face, false dealing demo, stacking demo, in the end cards vanish under a handkerchief except four acesRelated to The Cardiste (Issue 8) 3
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Alphomega five hands, resets itself, optional climax with ten hands The Cardiste (Issue 9) 3
Stephen Herald Royal Aces five hands, always getting four aces, royal flush as a kicker, duplicates The Cardiste (Issue 11) 6
Edward Marlo "He's My Partner" dealing four aces to partner after deck is shuffled Seconds, Centers, Bottoms 117
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Poko-Combo stack that allows combination for ten card poker deal, strictly straight and straight cheatingRelated to The Cardiste (Issue 12) 2
Lin Searles The Cross Shuffle Slow-Motion Deal thirds of deck shuffled according to spectator's wishes, yet predicted Full House received in seven-handed game, faroRelated to Slow Motion Poker Deals 1
Lin Searles The Slow-Motion Idiot's Shuffle deck shuffled face-up/face-down in slop style from tabled packets, humorous presentation, then "eightses" are dealt to performer Slow Motion Poker Deals 5
Charlie Miller Poker Deal target cards from shuffled first deal placed into own hand via bottom deals The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 28
Unknown Little Fella' - Big Fella' set-up that is redealt multiple timesRelated to Close-up Card Magic 61
Harry Lorayne Short Pseudo Exposé one card changes to complete royal flush Close-up Card Magic 243
Milton Kort The You Got Nothin Poker Deal Magician tries to deal the winning hand to himself, but gets a pair. But everyone else gets blank cards, so magician does win after all Kort Is Now In Session 13
Nate Leipzig Automatic Gambler royal flush Dai Vernon's Tribute to Nate Leipzig 160
Edward Marlo Bluff Poker Stack The Patented Shuffle (Issue 5 I Shuffled the Cards)
Roy Walton Draw Poker Plus 25-card deck can be dealt in as many piles as often as spectators want, yet performer receives royal flushRelated to
  • correction on p. 86
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 4) 79
Alton Sharpe Expert Poker Demonstration 23 card set-up Expert Card Conjuring 60
Father Cyprian Faro Flush after shuffling, performer gets Royal Flush Epilogue (Issue 2) 9
Karl Fulves Cyclic Poker performer knows cards in poker hands after a riffle shuffle with pinochle deck Epilogue (Issue 3) 22
Dai Vernon A Poker Problem aces dealt out to any number of players after a single fair cut without bottom dealing The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 3 No. 8) 187
Karl Fulves According to Hoyle stud poker, after each card is dealt, the performer's face up card are exchanged with one of the other player's, performer still winsRelated toVariationsAlso published here The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4 No. 1) 218
Alan Keith Can You ...deal a good poker hand Expert Card Mysteries 105
Frank Lane Lane's Winning Hand Deal two phasesVariations Expert Card Mysteries 88
Karl Fulves Joker Poker Joker is inserted in fifteen-card packet which is then dealt out, hand with joker has a pair and winsAlso published here Faro & Riffle Technique (Issue Displacements) 33
Martin A. Nash A Gambler Sits Down faros and second dealing, several phases, ends with royal flush The Cardiste (Issue 13) 14
J. W. Sarles, Karl Fulves Beat The House humorous dealing routine in which performer plays against two players and always gets one card less, three phases, in final phase performer gets non and players blank cards The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 1) 294
Roy Walton You Can't Cheat An Honest Man two hands, performer always has four Jacks, Aces as climax, bottom dealsVariations The Devil's Playthings 47
Bruce Cervon Dealing the Flush Royal Flush for any number of players from 2 to 8, stack & faros Hierophant (Issue 3) 120
Allan Slaight Build Down progressive poker deal with ten card poker deal finale, see also p. 340 & 342Inspired byRelated to
  • "The Psychological Loser" (Daniel Dobson, Tokyo Trickery by Takinshi Nemoto, Magic Inc.)
Also published here
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 5) 325
Harry Lorayne Lorayne's Poker Deal #2 Related to Reputation-Makers 151
Edward Marlo The Spectator's Deal spectator removes ten cards and deals them, performer receives Royal FlushRelated to Hierophant (Issue 5-6) 241
Dai Vernon, Stewart Judah Automatic Poker same set-up dealt over and over for two players, from Daley Notebooks The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 2) 473
Peter Kane The Lazy Gambler flourish deal vom incomplete faro position, performer gets aces Another Card Session with Peter Kane 17
Frank Garcia Head to Head Poker kind of Always cut the Cards in reverse, crimpVariations Million Dollar Card Secrets 82
Allen Swift Swift Poker Deal face up face down shuffled deck, using cut-and-turn-over-forceRelated to Million Dollar Card Secrets 86
Frank Garcia, John Scarne Poker Dream based on Scarne's Drunk Poker Deal, cards dealt from face up face down shuffled deckRelated to Million Dollar Card Secrets 88
Dr. Jacob Daley Winning Aces dealing winning pair of aces for two to seven players, small stack Million Dollar Card Secrets 104
Nick Trost High Card Poker Deal stacked poker deal, spectator shuffles, gilbreath Card Cavalcade 157
Earl Keyser 22-Card Poker Deal after any number of faro shuffles, the dealer always wins, stack Epilogue (Issue 16) 151
Brother John Hamman Royal Gambol cards of a mediocre poker hand in row on table, some cards are exchanged, royal flushVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 7th Folio) 533
Derek Dingle Master Poker Demonstration combination, color changing deck climax, simplified handling
- Getting Ready
- Cutting the Aces
- The Second Deal
- Dealing from the Bottom
- Stacking
- Patter
- Notes for Card Experts, Historians and Anyone Else Who Might be Interested
Inspired byRelated to Innovations (Issue 1) 1
Father Cyprian Faro Flush spectator shuffle bluff, two faros, deal Super Subtle Card Miracles 25
Covari Impossible Poker Stack card case as hold out and bottom deal Super Subtle Card Miracles 85
George Schindler Poker Dream Inspired by Super Subtle Card Miracles 128
Edward G. Brown The Poker Hand ten cards are chosen and two poker hands formed, without looking at the cards, the spectator selects a hand, performer's hand is a royal flushRelated toVariations The Card Magic of Edward G. Brown 36
Allan Slaight Top Twenty Poker, Gin, Blackjack combination The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 9) 637
Karl Fulves The Five-Card Deal gambling problem, see also page 202 for restrictions, for solution see referenceVariations Epilogue (Issue 20) 191
Martin A. Nash Beating the Cheat Poker specator switch cardsRelated to Ever So Sleightly 132
Roy Walton Poker Progressive stack and faros Card Cavalcade 3 43
Howard Schwarzman Night Poker seven handed game, faro, spectator has some choices but still performer wins, exploiting Primitive CyclesInspired by Epilogue (Issue 24) 230
Jerry K. Hartman A Fine Hand five random cards are exchanged according to spectator's wishes, royal flushInspired by Epilogue (Issue Special No 1) 241
Karl Fulves Strip Poker Royal Flush in Hearts dropped on deck, immediately two hands dealt, spectator get's Ten to King only and performer four Aces Methods with Cards - Part 3 237
J. Warren Keane J. Warren Keane's Poker Demonstration Pseudo second deal demo + deal Royal Flush in Spades to yourself Magic With Faucett Ross 202
Edward Marlo Cheat to Cheat Poker Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 324
Al Mann The Psychic Poker Player handcuffed, gaffed table The Third Ecstasy 20
Rick Johnsson Raw Deal several phases, using Inertial Guidance Practical Impossibilities 94
Gene Maze Spectator's Choice magician ends up with Royal Flush Packet Switches (Part Four) 259
Jerry K. Hartman Hand Me Down specators switch cardsInspired by Card Cavalcade Four 147
Roy Walton A Straight Shuffle spectator can shuffle, you get a straightVariations Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 7&8) 392
Karl Fulves Tilt Poker Aces put in center, immediately two poker hands dealt, posed as problem The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10 No. Close-Up Folio #10) 1027
Karl Fulves (C) The Problem At Draw three hands dealt, performer has Aces, Aces put in center and repeated, repeat with Royal Flush, even though the performer deals himself only three cards, posed as problemRelated toVariations Interlocutor (Issue 24) 93
Unknown Die Poker-Hand performer deals five hands from a shuffled deck, when he repeats it he has a straight flush Einfach Wunderbar - Wunderbar Einfach 73
Jerry K. Hartman Rused Card Dealer - You always deal yourself the winning hand, as the spectator gets progressively better hands
- Bottom Deal demonstration
Loose Ends 35
Robert J. Nedbalski Ned's Ultimate Poker Stack spectator can choose between different types of poker and how many players are dealt (two to five), then he deals himself, the performer wins, thirty-five card stack Ned's Ultimate Poker Stack 1
Edward Marlo Poker Prediction spectator shuffles, aces are added, bottom deal stacking, spectator deals Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 320
Karl Fulves, Roy Walton Primitive Poker packet of twenty-five cards is dealt out in piles according to a rolled dice multiple times, then cards are dealt and everybody has a good handInspired by Faro Possibilities 31
Walt Lees Irish Poker Related toVariations Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 6) 690
Karl Fulves Impromptu Poker Deal deck set up for poker deal during location via Riffle Shuffle Control Riffle Shuffle Control 21
Derek Dingle, Karl Fulves The Problem at Draw three hands dealt, performer has Aces, Aces put in center and repeated, repeat with Royal Flush, even though the performer deals himself only three cardsInspired byRelated to The Chronicles (Issue 13) 1185
Karl Fulves Joker Poker No. 16, Joker is inserted in fifteen-card packet which is then dealt out, hand with joker has a pair and winsAlso published here Self-Working Mental Magic 22
Simon Aronson Draw Poker Deal built into the Aronson Stack A Stack To Remember 6
Simon Aronson Stud Poker Deal built into the Aronson Stack A Stack To Remember 6
Edward Marlo The Marlo Punch Deal - Routine and Presentation dealing a full house, seven players, punch deal Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 4
Edward Marlo Aces and Kings or Jacks and Queens - The Multiple Combination punch deal, ginving spectators choice up to 4 sets, punch in different positions Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 6
Edward Marlo One Way Combination Deal dealing full house, three pairs to choose from, punch, edgemark, one way Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 11
Ken Beale Diabolical Deal spectator chooses hand and draws as many as he like, still loses Arcane (Issue 1) 5
Tom Craven Head to Head puzzle/bet, head-to-head poker game, cards are openly chosen, yet performer winsRelated to Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 3 No. 9) 393
Ken Beale Drop Out Stud Poker Stacks set-ups for stud poker:
- For Three Hands
- For Four Hands
- For Five Hands
- For Six Hands
Arcane (Issue 1) 6
Father Cyprian Suitcase Charlie - The One Handed Gambler stack and deal, spectator apparently shuffles The Elegant Card Magic of Father Cyprian 23
Gene Maze, Richard Kaufman La Nada System of Gambling The Gene Maze Card Book 46
Steve Kuske Sharp Sharp marked Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 6) 862
Gordon Bruce The Poker Deal using the Split Second to deal cards, one face up one and face down Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 8) 890
Roger Crosthwaite Doing the Splits gambler vs. magician theme, splitting twos into aces and one hand changes backs Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 10) 918
Ray Grismer Psychic Poker five hands, cards switch with performer's hand, who still ends up with Royal Flush The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 250) 1247
Michael Close Royal Poker Cull procedure to get a royal flush from shuffled deck, no normal game procedureInspired by Arcane (Issue 3) 23
Harry Riser The Last Hand procedure to get a royal flush from shuffled deck, no normal game procedureRelated to Arcane (Issue 6) 69
Karl Fulves Hokum Notes variations on the impromptu stacking method Octet 7
Karl Fulves Recursive Draw spectator repeatedly gets Aces, then changes for a royal flush, funny presentationRelated to Octet 13
Karl Fulves I. Q. Poker after some guessing game performer receives four-of-a-kind from shuffled deck, stacking as other cards are removed from deck Octet 26
Karl Fulves Fourth of Habit four indifferent cards put on table, one changes into selection, then four Kings are dealt, first tricks sets up secondInspired by Octet 35
Walt Lees Crazy, Mixed-Up Poker with two dealsInspired by More Professional Card Tricks 30
Horace E. Bennett The Improved Cheat four duplicate Aces, Royal Flush kicker Bennett's Fourth Book 53
Juan Tamariz Efecto 5°. Repoker de Elegidas four selections are controlled in one hand, aces, royal flush, with impromptu versionAlso published here Magia Potagia — Volume I 27
Derek Dingle Master Poker Demonstration combination, color changing deck climaxVariations The Complete Works of Derek Dingle 207
Bob King All-Fair Poker real shuffle, yet straights for all and royal flush for performer, gilbreath Best of Friends 267
Frank Garcia, Edward Marlo The Miracle Worker aces change to kings, then a heads-up poker in which the deck is cut for every cardRelated to The Close-up Magic of Frank Garcia — Part I 62
Mack Picknick Challenge Poker draw poker, performer has flush, overhand shuffle stacking Fork Full of Appetizers 34
Christian Scherer Scherer Poker Deal with Scherer's glued stack principleRelated to Seminarheft 27
Edward Marlo Face-up Poker Deals cards are dealt face up, face-up bottom deals, discrepancy Marlo without Tears 316
Karl Fulves Anytime Poker Aces run up from shuffled deck, two-handed gameRelated toVariations Hardcore Aces 3
Edward Marlo Indeterminated Poker Deal four of a kind deal, second deal and 4 injogged cards Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 17
Edward Marlo Any Sucker Hand Called For eight hand deal, dealer aces, any other kings Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 23
Edward Marlo The Erratic Poker Deal spectator influence dealing, yet four Aces are dealt Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 314
Edward Marlo Combination Advantages combining scratch deal with bottom deal to deal full houses Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 13
Edward Marlo Combination One-Way Punch and Scratch both punch and scratch indicate one-way feature, full house deal Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 14
Edward Marlo Punchless Deal several methods to achieve full house deal with borrowed deck Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 14
Frederick Braue Three A.M. Poker Deal progressive poker deal stack that is easy to remember Arcane (Issue 12) 161
Edward Marlo Pseudo Memory ungaffed punchdeal, cards injogged instead of punched Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 14
Edward Marlo Any Number 3 To 10 spectator chooses number of players, you get winning hand, scratch mark Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 21
Edward Marlo More Punchless Approaches two methods using crimps Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 27
Edward Marlo Percentage Full House riffle culling a full house Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 50
Edward Marlo Fifth Routine riffle cull and bottom deal with slick aces (reduces friction) Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 98
Unknown Face-up Poker No. 75, poker hands drawn from face-up spread, yet performer wins, with variation "Revenge Poker" More Self-Working Card Tricks 112
Del Copley Challenge Poker Deal four aces are found in selected hand, bottom deal gambling demo Fork Full of Appetizers - Book 2 5
Tony Econ The Invisible Bottom Deal fake bottom deal gambling demo Fork Full of Appetizers - Book 2 9
T. Nelson Downs Whiz Bang Poker No. 71, stack for any number of hands from two to six players More Self-Working Card Tricks 106
A. Berkeley Davis Poker/Bridge Demonstration full deck stack, automatic reset, faro Best of Friends - Volume II 285
A. Berkeley Davis Non-Faro P/B Demonstration Poker/Bridge, full deck stack, automatic reset Best of Friends - Volume II 290
Martin Lewis Any Number Can Play Spectator calls out any number of hands, performer deals out and gets winning hand (2 to 8 hands range) Martin's Miracles 27
William Larsen, Jack McMillen Poker Deal performer knows other player's hole cards, then gets aces (1937) The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 25
T. Nelson Downs TND Poker Deal stack in which two to six players can be chosen, good hands and performer wins The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 2) 15
Louis Histed, Frederick Braue Crimp Four Aces aces fairly lost in deck, then they arrive in poker hand The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 4) 24
David Britland Two Step "How to get two hands in a four-handed game"
Kings shuffled into deck, four hands dealt, performer gets Kings, they change into Aces
Inspired by
  • "Fancy Dance" (Jerry Sadowitz, Contemporary Card Magic)
Equinox 38
David Britland The Last Game multiphase routineInspired byAlso published here The New Talon (Vol. 1 No. 2) 20
Jerry Sadowitz Dealer Dem four Aces put on top, instantly four-handed game dealt with four Aces for dealer, repeated after shuffling by spectatorInspired by
  • "Fancy Dance" (Contemporary Card Magic)
Inspirations 113
Karl Fulves Faro Slough-Off Stacking simple two-handed stacking Secret Session — Part One 6
Karl Fulves Faster Draw hand upjogged, stripped out and put on top, two hands dealt and the upjogged hand is in one of the hands, upjogging doublesRelated to Secret Session — Part One 16
Karl Fulves Accelerated Draw No. 4, two Blackjack hands from last trick put on deck, two hands dealt, Full House for spectator and Royal Flush for performer Secret Session — Part Two 57
Bruce Cervon Diminishing Poker Deal spectator gets always five cards, you each time one card less The Cervon File 101
Darwin Ortiz Greek Poker poker stacking triumph, color changing deck kickerVariations Darwin Ortiz at the Card Table 66
Dai Vernon Vernon On Edward G. Brown's "Poker Hand Mystery" Mr. Lucky EffectInspired byRelated to The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 2 169
Edward Marlo For Poker Demonstration faced-deck and turnover before discarding, setting up with table riffle shuffle reverse M.I.N.T. — Volume I 166
Karl Fulves Trade In Draw fifteen card poker deal, three hands, spectator can trade, performer still wins, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 50) 230
Brother John Hamman Spectator Outdeals Magician... Almost The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 175
Karl Fulves PDQuickie Aces placed in different parts of the deck, one cut, two hands dealt and performer gets Aces (doubles inserted) The Multiple Shift 14
Karl Fulves The Gambler weird stacking procedure, then two hands dealt and performer has four-of-a-kind Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 15
Juan Tamariz Effect 5. Repoker of the Chosen four selections are controlled in one hand, aces, royal flush, with impromptu versionAlso published here Sonata 45
Bob King A Couple of Tears Face up Poker Deal, onehanded seconds face down to yourself Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 13 No. 2) 1744
Edward Marlo Second Application bottom deal with four AcesAlso published here The Olram File (Issue 6) 4
Edward Marlo Third Application you get aces, spectator kings, bottom dealAlso published here The Olram File (Issue 6) 5
Karl Fulves Random Stud stud version with randomly mixed face-up/face-down cards, dealer wins with royal flush 28 Card Tricks 40
Karl Fulves Outfoxed apparent stacking with outjogged aces as demo, when dealt aces are openly dealt from center to spectator, yet performer gets aces, two methodsRelated to 28 Card Tricks 51
Ron Ferris Sweetheart Stack spectator can change cardsInspired by
  • Nick Trost's "Challenge Poker Deal"
The Trapdoor — Volume Two (Issue 39) 716
Edward Marlo Second Application bottom deal with four AcesAlso published here Card Finesse II 177
Edward Marlo Third Application you get Aces, spectator Kings, bottom dealAlso published here Card Finesse II 178
James Swain, Michael Skinner Dream Poker magician deals himself winning poker hand from spectator shuffled deck. Uses partial stack Don't Blink 19
James Swain Impromptu Cheat performer receives best hand from shuffled deck, uses riffle stacking Don't Blink 31
Karl Fulves Blindfold Aces aces arranged into a ten-card-packet by spectator, performer deals three hands and gets three Aces, three methodsRelated to Deceptive Practices 59
Edward Marlo Glim Deal sighting ahead when dealing with shiner The Olram File (Issue 14) 5
Philip T. Goldstein Drawl winning cards in selected hand, spectator can cut to position for dealing last round of cards The Minotaur (Vol. 5 No. 3) 6
Bob King Seeing is Believing performer blindfolded for full routine
Phase I: a card pocketed and another selected
Phase II: selection found at named small number
Phase III: two more cards divined, using 52-on-One and 3-1/2 gag cards
Phase IV: four Aces dealt in poker round
Phase V: pocketed card named
The Breather 2 22
Peter Duffie I Give Up! two hands, performer always has four Jacks, Aces as climax, second deals instead of bottom dealsInspired by Applications 15
Steven Hamilton A Poker Problem spectator deals five hands and turns all face up, takes any five cards for a strong hand, rest dealt out again into four hands, every hand beats the spectator's choice, posed as a problem Profile (Issue 16) 5
Dai Vernon, John Murray, Jerry Mentzer One Hand Bottom - Applications Card File 227
Juan Tamariz Effect 5 - Repoker Of The Chose four selections are controlled in one hand, aces, royal flush, with impromptu version The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 16
Peter Duffie Epitaph for a Card Cheat one-at-a-time reduction of handsInspired byRelated to Duffie's Card Compulsions 156
Darwin Ortiz The One-Handed Poker Deal skill demonstration Cardshark 149
Darwin Ortiz Mr. Lucky spectator chooses all the cards in playRelated toVariations Cardshark 167
Edward Marlo No. 6 with drawing and discards, block turnover application M.I.N.T. — Volume II 395
Derek Dingle, Karl Fulves The Lazy Gambler No. 29, spectator cuts and two poker hands are dealt out, performer's cards are face-up and the Royal Flush Self-Working Close-up Card Magic 52
Michael Skinner A Poker Deal spectator deals, royal flush Classic Sampler 56
Paul Harris A Subtle Poker Move (revised) performer's cards multiply from five to about fifteen, in second round he has killer handInspired byVariations The Art of Astonishment — Book 2 (Issue Close-up Entertainer) 123
Harry Riser Dealer's School - Phase One (red black separation by feel)
- Phase Two (shuffle control demo)
- Phase Three (dealing some hands, performer ends up with Aces)
The Feints and Temps of Harry Riser 144
Richard Vollmer The Distrustful Mechanic using faros Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20 No. 10) 2850
Larry Jennings Another Winning Hand two hands, cards are drawn, performer wins two timesInspired by Jennings '67 37
Nick Trost High-Card Poker Deal Poker deal from packet of high cards, spectators receive Ace-high straights, performer gets winning four of a kind, uses Gilbreath principle The Card Magic of Nick Trost 113
Nick Trost Straight Poker Deal Deal from shuffled deck, spectators get straight, performer get full house.Variations The Card Magic of Nick Trost 236
Nick Trost Twenty-Deck Poker Deal Poker with twenty cardsRelated to
  • "The Hokey-Poker Deck" (Jim Lucier, The New Tops, March 1978)
The Card Magic of Nick Trost 245
Nick Trost Special-Deck Blackjack-Poker Deal Blackjack and poker combined demo The Card Magic of Nick Trost 265
Alex Elmsley Power Poker ten cards, spectator can chose which he wands, full house and royal flushRelated toVariationsAlso published here Alex Is At It Again 2
Doug Edwards Poker Deal Extraordinaire You get winning hand multiple times, keep getting better and betterInspired by Doug Edwards Packs a Wallop! 117
Jerry Sadowitz, Derek Dingle Gambling Demo riffle cull and bottom dealRelated to Thanks To Zarrow 19
Bruce Cervon Dealing the Flush Royal Flush for any number of players from 2 to 8, stack & faros Hard-Boiled Mysteries 142
Jack Avis Alaskan Poker five times the spectator and magician cut the deck in turn and remove the top card, performer ends up with Royal Flush Vis à Vis 54
James Swain 21st Century Magicican vs. Gambler two phases, including Pokerhand Transformation 21st Century Card Magic 147
Steve Mayhew The Routine stack for two hands, both are good but performer wins, spectator can riffle shuffleVariations Angels May Shuffle but the Devil Still Deals 9
Steve Mayhew The Ultimate Double-Duke stacking four hands, spectator gets flush, performer full house or four of a kind, gambling demonstration Angels May Shuffle but the Devil Still Deals 11
Rell M. Woodward Poker Stack Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 102
Harry Lorayne, Christian Scherer Lorayne's Poker Deal royal flush kickerInspired by Abgezockt! 13
Harry Lorayne, Christian Scherer Lorayne's Poker Deal #2 Abgezockt! 15
Roger Crosthwaite The Cheat named four-of-a-kind produced and stacked, then face-up center deal, Aces for performer Arcardia 105
Adrian Plate A Trick at Poker No. 5,new deck opened and shuffled, seven hands dealt and performer winsRelated toAlso published here Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 102
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note correction and more detailsRelated to Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 103
Guy Hollingworth Gambling in Grubbier Circumstances performer recieves Royal Flush Excerpts 27
Theodore Annemann The Gambler in Person very simple stacking technique for a gambling demoAlso published here Card College — Volume 4 924
Unknown The Easy Poker Demonstration Card College - Volume 4 1053
Steve Beam Done Deal deck is shuffled twice, second time face up into face down, spectator deals face up cards to himself and face down to performer, performer has a straight flushVariations Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 3 16
Steve Beam House Rules two decks are shuffled together face up and face down, performer gets a Royal FlushInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 3 19
Darwin Ortiz Rum Punch punch deal, dealing royal flushRelated to Jiggery Pokery 15
Andrew Wimhurst Mister Blister dealing two full houses from shuffled deck, punch deal Jiggery Pokery 14
Harry Lorayne Poker Power pick-a-card poker with face-up cards, Aces or Royal Flush kicker, faro Personal Collection 543
Simon Aronson Routine Maintenance (Poker Deal Restoration) Poker Deal demo that restores stack orderRelated to Try the Impossible 238
Karl Fulves Percentage Poker performer and spectator draw hole card from face-up deck, then four cards chosen from 4x4 layout, even though spectator goes first he losesRelated to
  • "Swindle & Cheat" (1991)
Hex Squared 90
Karl Fulves, Larry Becker Knockout Poker No. 62, spectator choses five cards from himself from face-up deck and for performer from face-down deck with dealing procedure, magicians gets Aces New Self-Working Card Tricks 92
Karl Fulves According to Hoyle No. 13, five-card stud poker dealt, after every dealt card the spectator can switch face-up cards of performer with someone else's, he still winsAlso published here My Best Self-Working Card Tricks 28
Karl Fulves One Second Flat No. 46, gag sequence in which apparently gambling secrets are exposed, finishes with color changing backs and a Royal Flush dealRelated to My Best Self-Working Card Tricks 105
Karl Fulves Multi-Stack shuffled deck, performer takes out Aces and loses them again, immediately deals out two poker hands and performer gets AcesRelated to Latter Day Secrets (Issue 6) 212
Karl Fulves Jacks Are Better shuffled deck, performer takes out named value and loses them again, immediately deals out two poker hands and performer gets Jacks and spectator his valueRelated to Latter Day Secrets (Issue 6) 213
Darwin Ortiz Raw Deal punch deal, dealing royal flush Scams & Fantasies with Cards 44
Ian Baxter Poker Deal Deluxe spectator shuffles, receives royal flush The Turnstile Pass 16
Steve Beam Preventive Poker deck is shuffled twice, second time face up into face down, spectator deals face up cards to himself and face down to performer, performer has a straight flush, more freedomInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 4 223
Roberto Giobbi Poker Burn inspired by "Impromptu Poker Deal" (Encyclopedia of Card Tricks) Card College — Volume 5 1303
Bob King Poker4 cards dealt and spectators can switch cards, two cards with holes New Magician Foolers 17
Karl Fulves World Series disguised ten-card poker deal for four players with twenty cards Off The Books (Issue 5) 87
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Dire Straights Ace through Ten received after a riffle shuffle by spectatorInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 92
Karl Fulves Playing Best Hand Inspired by When Psychics Play Poker 5
Karl Fulves Crooked Straight two straights for performer and spectator, but performer has higher one, performer's hand pops out of banded deckInspired by Under Tension 34
Gene Maze Universal Stock number of hands chosen by spectator, combining riffle stacking, second and bottom deals, only briefly explainedRelated to
  • Wonderful Routines of Magic, First Addendum
Enchantments 138
Basil Horwitz Body Language Challenge Poker Test spectator can select cards from half the deck to build best possible poker hand, performer selects without looking and has a royal flush The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz - Volume 5 39
Steven Youell The Adequate Cardshark Poker and Bridge deal from Si StebbinsInspired by Weapons of Mass Destruction 31
Karl Fulves Counterfeat spectator removes any card from shuffled deck, performer removes full house and bets that spectator cannot beat him with straight flush that includes his cardRelated to Clockwork 9
Karl Fulves Counterfeit credits for "Counterfeat" betting game in which spectator and performer construct poker hand from face-up spreadRelated to Clockwork 65
Karl Fulves The X-Hand Deal five piles, dealing for "randomisation", spectator decides on number of players Prolix (Issue 2) 93
Jack Avis M. S. Poker Deal "Mechanical Second", Aces dealt to performer, placed together in center and immediately dealt out again Rara Avis 98
Jack Avis Shuffled Deck Poker Deal good hand dealt after a spectator's overhand shuffleInspired by
  • Ricky Jay television performance
Rara Avis 119
Gregory Wilson Face-to-Face Poker Best of Friends - Volume III 493
Benjamin Earl Real Scarne aces dealt to poker hand from a spectator shuffled deck, thought of card predicted in pocket Seeing with Photo-Electric Eyes 7
Jack Parker Magician vs. Magician Magician recounts story of playing poker with another magician, magician ultimately wins with Royal Flush in Spades (lots of pokerhand transformations)Inspired by 52 Memories 27
Stewart James Jamesway Poker Deal Deal a winning hand after shuffling a packet of cards any number of times, includes a version for a Five Aces dealAlso published here
  • Marketed by SJ, 1948
The Essential Stewart James 81
Stewart James Pokericulum Poker routine, spectators are allowed to switch hands with you before you deal the final card to everyone, but you still winAlso published here
  • Marketed by SJ, 1948
The Essential Stewart James 93
Stewart James Ten Nights In A Cardroom Multiple phase routine with ten tricks

1. Shuffled deck, you deal and win a game of draw poker
2. Four spectators name a number each, the cards at those positions have the same value
3. You are able to name every card in a hand of poker as it is being dealt
4. Card to pocket, card is lost in the deck by spectator, then card appears in your previously empty pocket. Effect is repeated.
5. Challenge card location
6. Prediction trick
7. You deal yourself good cards for poker
8. You can predict what cards you will receive for poker
9. Blackjack deal, spectator can name any number of hands and you will always win with a blackjack
10. Shuffled deck, you blindfold yourself, you deal for poker and win once again
Also published here
  • Marketed by SJ, 1948
The Essential Stewart James 84
Stewart James So-Fair Poker Deal Multi phase poker deal, you always get a winning hand despite spectator getting to choose which card is dealt to youAlso published here
  • Marketed by SJ, 1948
The Essential Stewart James 96
Edward Marlo Second Application bottom deal with four AcesAlso published here Marlo on Erdnase 109