a row of cards being placed face downards on the table, to indicate, by turning up one of them, how many of such cards have during your absence been transferred from one end of the row to the other\n\n unknown\na row of cards being placed face downwards on the table, to indicate by turning up one of them how many have during your absence been transferred from one end to the other\n unknown
1876
modern magic
Unknown

A Row of Cards being placed Face Downards on the Table, to indicate, by turning up one of them, how many of such Cards have during your absence been transferred from one end of the Row to the other

to arrange a row of dominoes face downwards on the table, and on returning to the room to turn up a domino whose points shall indicate how many have been moved in your absence\n"row of ten cards" with dominoes\n unknown\ndie 10 orakelkarten\neduard w. lufa
1876
modern magic
Unknown

To arrange a Row of Dominoes face downwards on the Table, and on returning to the Room to turn up a Domino whose points shall indicate how many have been moved in your absence

a row of cards having been formed face downwards, to divine how many have been moved from one end of the row to the other\nspectator displaces x cards in packet, an x value card is produced\n unknown
1889
tricks with cards
Unknown

A Row of Cards having been formed Face downwards, to divine how many have been moved from one end of the Row to the other

spectator displaces x cards in packet, an x value card is produced

a row of cards being placed face downwards on the table, to indicate by turning up one of them how many have during your absence been transferred from one end to the other\n"improved method"\n unknown\na row of cards being placed face downards on the table, to indicate, by turning up one of them, how many of such cards have during your absence been transferred from one end of the row to the other\n unknown
1890
more magic
Unknown

A Row of Cards being placed Face Downwards on the table, to indicate by turning up one of them How Many have during your absence been Transferred from One end to the Other

die 10 orakelkarten\n"by hugo sch., dresden", ten cards in row on table\nhugo schröder\ndie 10 orakelkarten\neduard w. lufa
1897
die zauberwelt Hugo Schröder

Die 10 Orakelkarten

"by Hugo Sch., Dresden", ten cards in row on table

die 10 orakelkarten\nwith dominoes\neduard w. lufa\nto arrange a row of dominoes face downwards on the table, and on returning to the room to turn up a domino whose points shall indicate how many have been moved in your absence\n unknown\ndie 10 orakelkarten\nhugo schröder\nueber künstliches mischen\na. j.
1897
die zauberwelt Eduard W. Lufa

zu erraten, wie viele karten eine person der gesellschaft im geheimen einem spiel entnahm und wieder zu demselben legte\nspectator takes a number of cards from bottom of deck and places them on top, one card chosen and its value matches the amount of moved cards\ncarl willmann\nzum erraten der karten\neduard w. lufa
1902
die zauberwelt Carl Willmann

Zu erraten, wie viele Karten eine Person der Gesellschaft im Geheimen einem Spiel entnahm und wieder zu demselben legte

spectator takes a number of cards from bottom of deck and places them on top, one card chosen and its value matches the amount of moved cards

zum erraten der karten\n\neduard w. lufa\nzu erraten, wie viele karten eine person der gesellschaft im geheimen einem spiel entnahm und wieder zu demselben legte\ncarl willmann
1902
die zauberwelt Eduard W. Lufa

ueber künstliches mischen\nslow shuffling method that re-organizes the cards, working backwards, with tables for different numbers of cards that show how the cards change positions with each shuffle, see p. 166\na. j.\ndie 10 orakelkarten\neduard w. lufa\nsonderbare uebereinstimmung\na. j.
1904
die zauberwelt A. J.

Ueber künstliches Mischen

slow shuffling method that re-organizes the cards, working backwards, with tables for different numbers of cards that show how the cards change positions with each shuffle, see p. 166

the transposed cards\ndone with full deck, performer divines the number of cards put form one half to another\n ziska\nziska improved\ngerald kosky
1909
the art of magic Ziska

The Transposed Cards

done with full deck, performer divines the number of cards put form one half to another

mind reading with cards\nspectator transfers number of cards in ten-card-packet, then card with this number is found in face-down spread, repeat with shuffled cards\n unknown
1909
the art of magic
Unknown

Mind Reading with Cards

spectator transfers number of cards in ten-card-packet, then card with this number is found in face-down spread, repeat with shuffled cards

magic number revealment\nwith thirteen cards\ngeorge demers\nmagic number revealment, improved\npaul c. krank\nmagic number revealment\nralph w. hull
1932
"eye-openers" George Demers

the incomprehensible divination\nrow of ten cards, see original longer introduction on <a href="show.php?book=227">page 1128</a>\nal baker
1938
greater magic Al Baker

The Incomprehensible Divination

Row of Ten Cards, see original longer introduction on page 1128

ziska improved\nnumber of moved cards & selection are divined by value of a card, set-up, marked locator\ngerald kosky\nthe transposed cards\n ziska\nthe transposed cards\n ziska
1940
more card manipulations Gerald Kosky

Ziska Improved

number of moved cards & selection are divined by value of a card, set-up, marked locator

the talking card\nno. 12, ten card row, spectator moves cards from one end of row to another, performer divines the number of moved cards repeatedly by turning over card with the same value\nal altman
1950
scarne on card tricks Al Altman

The Talking Card

No. 12, ten card row, spectator moves cards from one end of row to another, performer divines the number of moved cards repeatedly by turning over card with the same value

blackstone's 10-card trick\nspectator finds his own card in ten-card packet\nharry blackstone\nharry louine\nblackstone's card\n unknown
1965
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Harry Blackstone, Harry Louine

thoughts on vernon's handling of the ten card trick\nusing odd-backed prediction card, perhaps red/blue double backer\njack avis\nrow of ten cards in revelations (dai vernon)
2006
rara avis Jack Avis

Thoughts on Vernon's Handling of the Ten Card Trick

using odd-backed prediction card, perhaps red/blue double backer