selfduplicating setups \n exotic principle in which sequences are duplicated in a random outjogsorting procedure \n karl fulves \n duprediction \n philip t. goldstein \n selfduplicating setups \n karl fulves \n blackjack attack \n bob farmer \n selfduplicating setups \n karl fulves \n blackjack attack (inspired by actual events) \n bob farmer
1968
epilogue
Karl Fulves

SelfDuplicating Setups

Related toVariationsAlso published here

July 1968


19



gray stak \n combining gray code and stay stack in a deck with eight cards, in the application a selection is divined, see also addenda on page 60, for sixteen and 32card arrangements see reference \n karl fulves \n faro ideas  reflected gray stack \n earl keyser
1969
faro & riffle technique
Karl Fulves

Gray Stak

Related to

1969


23



money power \n from twentycard packet, two set of mates are found with spectator, making up fourofakind \n roy walton \n teninarow double coincidence \n nick trost \n money power \n roy walton
1969
epilogue
Roy Walton

Money Power

VariationsAlso published here

July 1969


41



money power \n from twentycard packet, two set of mates are found with spectator, making up fourofakind \n roy walton \n money power \n roy walton \n medvegia \n peter duffie \n thoughts on "money power" \n paul swinford \n roy walton \n mirror power \n peter duffie \n jack avis problem \n money power \n roy walton
1969
the devil's playthings
Roy Walton

Money Power

Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here

1969


14



faro ideas  reflected gray stack \n sixteencard arrangement & 32card arrangement, solution \n earl keyser \n gray stak \n karl fulves
1972
epilogue
Earl Keyser

Faro Ideas  Reflected Gray Stack

Inspired by

Nov. 1972


151



selfduplicating setups \n cards are in a row, blacks and reds separated, spectator slides out any four cards, their red/black order is the reverseorder of the remaining cards, see reference \n karl fulves \n selfduplicating setups \n karl fulves
1972
packet magic
Karl Fulves

SelfDuplicating Setups

Related to

1972


53



daley's red trail reverso trick \n no. 144, eightcard stay stack, otherwise too cryptic \n dr. jacob daley
1972
jacob daley's notebooks
Dr. Jacob Daley

Daley's Red Trail Reverso Trick

1972


38



selfduplicating setups \n exotic principle in which sequences are duplicated in a random outjogsorting procedure \n karl fulves \n selfduplicating setups \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle setups
Karl Fulves

SelfDuplicating Setups

Also published here

1973


18



a problem and an interesting sidelight \n reflection problem: how to make stay stack with one cut and one shuffle
the solution: pack(et) torn in half and one half reversed via klondike shuffle \n jeff busby
1980
curioser
Jeff Busby

A Problem And An Interesting Sidelight

1980


13



interesting sidelight \n dealing stay stack into any number of piles retains stay stack, with tables how to pick up the piles for up to five piles
 general rules for pick ups
 added notes \n jeff busby \n stay stack dealing property \n persi diaconis
1980
curioser
Jeff Busby

Interesting Sidelight

Related to

1980


14



redblack stay stacks \n same color reflection, opposite color reflection \n jeff busby
1980
curioser
Jeff Busby

RedBlack Stay Stacks

1980


20



the constant straight routine \n straights show up despite shuffling and mixing, seven phases, with packet \n jeff busby \n polar repulsion straights \n jeff busby
1980
curioser
Jeff Busby

The Constant Straight Routine

Related to

1980


21



polar repulsion straights \n "the same as constant straight routine only more so!" \n jeff busby \n the constant straight routine \n jeff busby
1980
curioser
Jeff Busby

Polar Repulsion Straights

Related to

1980


24



double reflection stack \n stay stack in which each half is mirrored in itself, no application \n jeff busby
1980
curioser
Jeff Busby

Double Reflection Stack

1980


26



money power \n from twentycard packet, two set of mates are found with spectator, making up fourofakind \n roy walton \n money power \n roy walton
1981
the complete walton — volume 1
Roy Walton

Money Power

Also published here

1981


4



fascinating pair \n mini stay stack used to produce a mate \n r. sid spocane ii
1982
best of friends
R. Sid Spocane II

Fascinating Pair

1982


133



replica poker \n no. 40, ten cards, five are removed by spectator, remaining five cards are in same valueorder, selfduplicating setup \n karl fulves
1984
more selfworking card tricks
Karl Fulves

Replica Poker

1984


52



the stay stak constraint \n as stay stack features applies to problem in introduction \n karl fulves
1986
the return trip
Karl Fulves

The Stay Stak Constraint

1986


25



cue sheet \n "doctor cue" variations, location in small packet \n roy walton \n quid pro quota \n karl fulves
1989
prototype
Roy Walton

Cue Sheet

Inspired by

1989


13



eleven plus \n chosen pair of cards adds to eleven which is predicted, using dealing into two piles repeatedly (stay stack principle) \n peter duffie \n eleven plus \n peter duffie \n eleven plus plus \n peter duffie
1991
imagine
Peter Duffie

Eleven Plus

VariationsAlso published here

1991


17



matchical mix \n two cards, two piles, same position  selection and mate
 epilogue to matchical mix \n peter duffie \n matchical mix \n peter duffie \n matchical \n peter duffie
1992
obsession
Peter Duffie

Matchical Mix

Inspired byAlso published here

1992


12



nine all mine \n using mini stay stack \n harry lorayne
1993
apocalypse
Harry Lorayne

Nine All Mine

Aug. 1993


2248



principles and deceptions \n "an easy trip through the arithmetical principles of card magic  part 3"
 the rusduck stay stack principle \n peter duffie \n a shade inexplicable \n peter duffie \n a shade inexplicable \n peter duffie
1993
profile
Peter Duffie

Principles and Deceptions

Variations

Aug. 1993


6



card countdown \n card thoughtof from twelvecard packet, suit spelled, pairs dealt, value counted down in rest of the deck to find mate \n peter duffie
1993
profile
Peter Duffie

Card CountDown

Oct. 1993


6



duprediction \n arrangement of symbol cards predicted \n philip t. goldstein \n selfduplicating setups \n karl fulves
1994
thabbatical
Philip T. Goldstein

Duprediction

Inspired by

1994


62



duplex \n alphabet cards \n philip t. goldstein \n selfduplicating setups \n karl fulves
1994
thabbatical
Philip T. Goldstein

Duplex

Inspired by

1994


67



duploma \n spectator removes ace through five in some order, performer matches the order \n philip t. goldstein \n selfduplicating setups \n karl fulves
1994
thabbatical
Philip T. Goldstein

Duploma

Inspired by

1994


71



a shade inexplicable \n cards numbered in red from one to eight on one side and in black on the other side, total of some numbers divined with remaining cards \n peter duffie \n principles and deceptions \n peter duffie \n a shade inexplicable \n peter duffie
1994
wonderful routines of magic — the second addendum
Peter Duffie

A Shade Inexplicable

Inspired byAlso published here

1994


78



eleven plus \n chosen pair of cards adds to eleven which is predicted, using dealing into two piles repeatedly (stay stack principle) \n peter duffie \n the eleven routine \n nick trost \n eleven plus \n peter duffie
1995
duffie's card compulsions
Peter Duffie

Eleven Plus

VariationsAlso published here

1995


170



eleven plus plus \n stay stack principle \n peter duffie \n eleven plus \n peter duffie
1995
duffie's card compulsions
Peter Duffie

Eleven Plus Plus

Inspired by

1995


173



the unknown entity \n convoluted coincidence effect with two packets, one packet counted down to find mate in other packet (two cards, two piles, but not same position) \n peter duffie
1997
effortless card magic
Peter Duffie

The Unknown Entity

1997


38



matchical mix \n two cards, two piles, same position  selection and mate \n peter duffie \n matchical mix \n peter duffie
1997
effortless card magic
Peter Duffie

Matchical Mix

Also published here

1997


40



igor \n two packets, card chosen in one matches up with vampire in other packet when counted simultaneously \n karl fulves \n staggered  prime presentation \n eddie joseph
2000
lost vampire secrets
Karl Fulves

Igor

Inspired by

2000


173



notes on ramasee \n historical comments \n howard a. adams \n the ramasee prophecy \n howard a. adams
2000
latter day secrets
Howard A. Adams

Notes on Ramasee

Related to

2000


41



colorosity plus! \n two oddcolored cards are eventually in two piles, the add up to a number prediction (7/8 force stack) \n peter duffie
2000
new inspirations
Peter Duffie

Colorosity Plus!

2000


9



here we go again... \n \n peter duffie
2001
cards by all means
Peter Duffie

Here We Go Again...

2001


10



no, it is open: one position \n a/k/a rotator
match with small packet stay stack (optional: slot machine cards) \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

No, it is Open: One Position

2002


6



cutting and mixing a small stay stack \n \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Cutting and Mixing a small Stay Stack

2002


8



rotator (ii) \n match with small packet stay stack \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Rotator (II)

2002


10



rotator (iii) \n match with small packet stay stack \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Rotator (III)

2002


11



pseudo d/u esp \n double match with small packet stay stack \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Pseudo D/U ESP

2002


12



never odd or even \n a/k/a i prefer pi
rotator as number force \n philip t. goldstein \n triskadekaphobia \n max maven
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Never Odd or Even

Related to

2002


14



on addano \n \n philip t. goldstein \n peter duffie
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein, Peter Duffie

On AddaNo

2002


17



cutting a small stay stack \n \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Cutting a small Stay Stack

2002


17



toll a total, a total lot \n a/k/a must sum
taking cards from two piles \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Toll a Total, a Total Lot

2002


21



word row \n forcing a word with alphabet cards \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Word Row

2002


23



力ルイ千ビンナコネコナンビ千イル力? \n a/k/a stack cats \n philip t. goldstein \n the dream of a hermit \n dr. stanley jaks \n "stellar surprise" (nick trost, esp session with nick trost) \n stack cats, senile felines, and the switchless rotor \n max maven
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

力ルイ千ビンナコネコナンビ千イル力?

Related toVariations

2002


26



senile felines \n repeat version of previous trick \n philip t. goldstein \n stack cats, senile felines, and the switchless rotor \n max maven
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Senile Felines

Variations

2002


29



swap paws \n \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Swap Paws

2002


31



test set \n card removed from tencardesppacket divined by spelling, outgrowth of "symbulation" (linking ring, april 1996) \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Test Set

2002


32



retinue reuniter \n five cards torn (to build stack) and magically paired, ramasee principle \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Retinue Reuniter

2002


35



or torn rotor \n \n philip t. goldstein \n retinue reuniter \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Or Torn Rotor

Inspired by

2002


39



yo! bet no monte, boy. \n a/k/a roll, or...
matching effect with three cards torn in half and a die \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Yo! Bet no Monte, Boy.

2002


40



decidiced \n poker themed version with five cards of previous effect \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

DeciDiced

2002


43



o, decide dice, do \n version of "roll, or..." with two die \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

O, Decide Dice, Do

2002


44



tie it \n \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Tie It

2002


46



want no die? i don't; naw. \n \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Want no Die? I Don't; Naw.

2002


47



wondered? no, psi is pondered now. \n two sets of esp cards mixed by spectator who then choses (via procedure) five cards, exactly one of each \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Wondered? No, Psi is Pondered Now.

2002


48



evil duo, loud & live \n a/k/a satire = veritas
story presentation \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Evil Duo, Loud & Live

2002


52



revolt, lover \n two fourofakinds are paired, ramasee principle \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Revolt, Lover

2002


57



mull i, will i win? i will, i will! um... \n a/k/a engage le jeu que je le gagne
a/k/a drawer's reward
dead man's hand presentation \n philip t. goldstein \n hand of fate \n david parr
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

Mull I, Will I Win? I Will, I Will! Um...

Variations

2002


62



no casino con is a con \n a/k/a of nil info
psychic poker \n philip t. goldstein
2002
redivider
Philip T. Goldstein

No Casino Con is a Con

2002


69



stay lucky \n tencard packet is mated \n roy walton \n stay lucky \n roy walton \n stay lucky \n roy walton
2002
magic
Roy Walton

Stay Lucky

Also published here

Jan. 2002


70



the sigma principle \n force in which spectator cuts off pile, counts it and counts down that many cards in rest \n wesley james
2004
enchantments
Wesley James

The Sigma Principle

2004


101



gray reflections \n about the color distribution in mirror stack after cuts \n karl fulves
2005
combo ii
Karl Fulves

Gray Reflections

2005


117



a shade inexplicable \n cards numbered in red from one to eight on one side and in black on the other side, total of some numbers divined with remaining cards \n peter duffie \n a shade inexplicable \n peter duffie \n principles and deceptions \n peter duffie
2005
card secrets unlocked
Peter Duffie

A Shade Inexplicable

Inspired byAlso published here

2005


38



double triple match \n ten redbacked and ten bluebacked cards mixed together, two chosen, they match and also match a card put in the himber wallet, repeat phase, sbs double facers \n harry riser \n mum, oct. & nov. 1999
2006
secrets of an escamoteur
Harry Riser

Double Triple Match

Also published here

2006


148



mating season \n card chosen from deck, performer divines it and then removes mate from pocket, faro \n dave forrest \n shock treatment \n john bannon
2007
miraculous minds
Dave Forrest

Mating Season

Inspired by

2007


12



our relations \n tencard packet, card chosen, selection and its mate found \n roy walton \n our relations \n roy walton
2008
prolix
Roy Walton

Our Relations

Also published here

2008


284



a mindreading computer \n packet of twelve cards, go through various dealing and shuffling procedures, create a pair of matching mates \n persi diaconis \n ron graham
2012
magical mathematics
Persi Diaconis, Ron Graham

A MindReading Computer

2012


85



grandma's game \n variation, spectator picks a coin of three pairs of number coins, the value always adds up to a number on a list, analogue with six cards, picking up cards from two piles
 parajack
 two more notes \n karl fulves \n the diana games \n karl fulves \n b. granny's purse \n karl fulves \n parajack \n karl fulves \n scrambled straights \n russell "rusduck" duck
2015
errata
Karl Fulves

Grandma's Game

Inspired byRelated to

2015


24



stack cats, senile felines, and the switchless rotor \n  lost horizons \n max maven \n 力ルイ千ビンナコネコナンビ千イル力? \n philip t. goldstein \n senile felines \n philip t. goldstein
2016
genii
Max Maven

Stack Cats, Senile Felines, And The Switchless Rotor

Inspired by

Oct. 2016


30



stay lucky \n tencard packet is mated \n roy walton \n stay lucky \n roy walton
2016
the complete walton — volume 3
Roy Walton

Stay Lucky

Also published here

2016


90



joker power \n packet returns to original order with help of joker \n roy walton \n magic, may 2013 \n joker power \n roy walton
2016
the complete walton — volume 3
Roy Walton

Joker Power

Also published here

2016


215



our relations \n tencard packet, card chosen, selection and its mate found \n roy walton \n our relations \n roy walton
2016
the complete walton — volume 3
Roy Walton

Our Relations

Also published here

2016


235



bonus track: spelling business \n cards spelled out from two eightcard packets match \n sylvain juzan
2021
every card you take
Sylvain Juzan

Bonus Track: Spelling Business

2021


82



stay lucky \n tencard packet is mated \n roy walton \n stay lucky \n roy walton
2022
talk about tricks
Roy Walton

Stay Lucky

Also published here

2022


42



joker power \n packet returns to original order with help of joker \n roy walton \n joker power \n roy walton \n magic, may 2013
2022
talk about tricks
Roy Walton

Joker Power

Also published here

2022


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