gerade oder ungerade \n performer knows if cut-off pile has odd or even number of cards, red-black alternating \n unknown
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler
Unknown

Gerade oder ungerade

performer knows if cut-off pile has odd or even number of cards, red-black alternating

the wonder force \n forcing the first red card in riffle shuffled deck, two methods \n charles t. jordan \n charles jordan's the wonder force \n charles t. jordan \n vanni bossi
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Charles T. Jordan

The Wonder Force

forcing the first red card in riffle shuffled deck, two methods

super count down \n thought-of number is dealt, performer finds it out, also with selection, red-black alternating set-up \n dai vernon
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Dai Vernon

Super Count Down

thought-of number is dealt, performer finds it out, also with selection, red-black alternating set-up

sensitive thoughts \n deck divided in red and black, number named and card thought of from different halves, performer names card and position of them \n theodore annemann
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Theodore Annemann

Sensitive Thoughts

deck divided in red and black, number named and card thought of from different halves, performer names card and position of them

vernon super count down \n thought-of number is dealt, performer finds it out, also with selection, red-black alternating set-up \n dai vernon \n super duplex count-down \n peter duffie
1962
early vernon Dai Vernon

Vernon Super Count Down

thought-of number is dealt, performer finds it out, also with selection, red-black alternating set-up

posi-negative cards \n magnetic colors variation \n j. w. sarles \n p. 116 for comment by fred g. taylor, fulves and backdating to 1958 \n "you did it" (t.s. ransom, ibidem #16, p. 11) \n posi-negative cards \n j. w. sarles \n posi-negative cards \n j. w. sarles \n follow me \n karl fulves
1967
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 J. W. Sarles

Posi-Negative Cards

Magnetic Colors variation

Related to

p. 116 for comment by Fred G. Taylor, Fulves and backdating to 1958

incorporated color control \n - part one: pairs attract each other after riffle shuffle (rbbr-rbbr-...)
- part two: spectator lays out pairs on table, performer knows which ones are black and which red
- part three: number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted \n karl fulves \n p. 109 for comment \n the candy king \n stewart james \n incorporated color control with coins \n bob hemple \n color control - mentalists night out \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves \n the red and the black \n paul curry \n riffle shuffle control \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves \n backwards bet \n karl fulves
1967
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Karl Fulves

Incorporated Color Control

Part One: pairs attract each other after riffle shuffle (RBBR-RBBR-...)

Part Two: spectator lays out pairs on table, performer knows which ones are black and which red

Part Three: number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted

influential pairs \n two decks dealt in several piles, red black separated \n roy walton \n karl fulves \n influential pairs variation \n gene finnell \n influence \n roy walton \n influential pairs variation \n gene finnell \n influential pairs \n roy walton \n karl fulves
1968
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Roy Walton, Karl Fulves

Influential Pairs

two decks dealt in several piles, red black separated

color prophecy \n performer predicts which red-black pairs will match when two halves are dealt after a shuffle \n gene finnell \n color prophecy \n gene finnell \n color prophecy \n gene finnell
1968
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Gene Finnell

Color Prophecy

performer predicts which red-black pairs will match when two halves are dealt after a shuffle

colors revealed \n after a riffle shuffle, the spectator sorts deck in multiple stage in colors and pockets piles in six different pockets, performer knows number of cards in each pocket \n rick johnsson \n walter rollins \n red & black fantasy \n harry lorayne \n colors revealed \n rick johnsson \n walter rollins \n hummer's little stranger \n bob hummer \n the red/black blues \n peter kane
1969
epilogue Rick Johnsson, Walter Rollins

Colors Revealed

after a riffle shuffle, the spectator sorts deck in multiple stage in colors and pockets piles in six different pockets, performer knows number of cards in each pocket

logic \n two cards chosen, one found by performer and one by spectator, red-black alternating \n francis j. baker \n an alternate detection \n theodore annemann \n logical odd event \n marvin johnson
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Francis J. Baker

Logic

two cards chosen, one found by performer and one by spectator, red-black alternating

alternated red & black shuffles \n overhand and riffle shuffle used to preserve alternating set-up (including real riffle shuffle with fine incomplete faro) \n edward marlo
1973
marlo's objectives Edward Marlo

Alternated Red & Black Shuffles

overhand and riffle shuffle used to preserve alternating set-up (including real riffle shuffle with fine incomplete faro)

attraction \n after riffle shuffle cards are dealt in pairs, matching red or black pair is always followed by pair of other color \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Attraction

after riffle shuffle cards are dealt in pairs, matching red or black pair is always followed by pair of other color

chromatic telepathy \n spectator lays out pairs on table, performer knows which ones are black and which red \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Chromatic Telepathy

spectator lays out pairs on table, performer knows which ones are black and which red

incorporated color control \n number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted after riffle shuffle \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Incorporated Color Control

number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted after riffle shuffle

influential pairs \n two decks dealt in several piles, red black separated \n roy walton \n karl fulves \n influential pairs \n roy walton \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Roy Walton, Karl Fulves

Influential Pairs

two decks dealt in several piles, red black separated

color prophecy \n performer predicts which red-black pairs will match when two halves are dealt after a shuffle \n gene finnell \n color prophecy \n gene finnell
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Gene Finnell

Color Prophecy

performer predicts which red-black pairs will match when two halves are dealt after a shuffle

colors revealed \n after a riffle shuffle, the spectator sorts deck in multiple stage in colors and pockets piles in six different pockets, performer knows number of cards in each pocket \n rick johnsson \n walter rollins \n red & black fantasy \n harry lorayne \n colors revealed \n rick johnsson \n walter rollins
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Rick Johnsson, Walter Rollins

Colors Revealed

after a riffle shuffle, the spectator sorts deck in multiple stage in colors and pockets piles in six different pockets, performer knows number of cards in each pocket

miracle location \n two card location with red black alternated deck \n roy walton \n miracle location \n roy walton
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Roy Walton

odds on favorite \n betting game in which a reversed card is part of a same-colored pair or not \n karl fulves \n the omega particle \n steve beam \n the ark maneuver \n steve beam \n the charm \n steve beam
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Odds on Favorite

betting game in which a reversed card is part of a same-colored pair or not

strictly to enhance your imagination \n aces lost and found, then two selections found and deck separated into reds and blacks, faro \n gene finnell \n from tom hubbard \n tom hubbard
1973
gene finnell's card magic Gene Finnell

Strictly to Enhance Your Imagination

Aces lost and found, then two selections found and deck separated into reds and blacks, faro

deck memorization \n ootw with the performer dealing as a memory stunt, gilbreath \n michael boden \n deck memorization \n michael boden \n deck memorization \n michael boden
1974
card cavalcade ii Michael Boden

Deck Memorization

OOTW with the performer dealing as a memory stunt, gilbreath

even-money proposition \n no. 57, spectator is given pairs of red and black cards, he guesses all colors correctly \n karl fulves \n even money proposition \n karl fulves
1979
self-working mental magic Karl Fulves

Even-Money Proposition

No. 57, spectator is given pairs of red and black cards, he guesses all colors correctly

by two and two \n one riffle shuffle, then pairs turned up, when odd-colored, the next pair is also odd-colored, when match, then the next is match \n karl fulves
1981
origins Karl Fulves

By Two And Two

one riffle shuffle, then pairs turned up, when odd-colored, the next pair is also odd-colored, when match, then the next is match

the red/black blues \n after a riffle shuffle the deck is separated in packets, red/black distribution predicted \n peter kane \n colors revealed \n rick johnsson \n walter rollins
1982
kane Peter Kane

The Red/Black Blues

after a riffle shuffle the deck is separated in packets, red/black distribution predicted

influential pairs \n no. 17, two decks dealt in several piles, red black separated, see pallbearer's review for references \n roy walton \n karl fulves \n influential pairs \n roy walton \n karl fulves
1984
more self-working card tricks Roy Walton, Karl Fulves

Influential Pairs

No. 17, two decks dealt in several piles, red black separated, see Pallbearer's Review for references

magnetic colors \n no. 34, "this routine was independently devised by gene finnell, norman gilbreath and others" \n norman gilbreath
1984
more self-working card tricks Norman Gilbreath

Magnetic Colors

No. 34, "This routine was independently devised by Gene Finnell, Norman Gilbreath and others"

self-matching colors \n no. 35, alternated red-black stack shuffled, when a pair matches, the performer knows the color, kind of opposite gilbreath \n unknown
1984
more self-working card tricks
Unknown

Self-Matching Colors

No. 35, alternated red-black stack shuffled, when a pair matches, the performer knows the color, kind of opposite Gilbreath

a devilish secret \n no. 36, deck riffle shuffled once, pairs turned up, when a color match occurs, the next pair is a match of opposite colors \n unknown
1984
more self-working card tricks
Unknown

A Devilish Secret

No. 36, deck riffle shuffled once, pairs turned up, when a color match occurs, the next pair is a match of opposite colors

color prophecy \n no. 38, performer predicts which red-black pairs will match when two halves are dealt after a shuffle \n gene finnell \n color prophecy \n gene finnell
1984
more self-working card tricks Gene Finnell

Color Prophecy

No. 38, performer predicts which red-black pairs will match when two halves are dealt after a shuffle

blind choice \n no. 39, first publication, spectator and performer successfully guess colors of four-card packets that are handed out after one riffle shuffle \n roy walton
1984
more self-working card tricks Roy Walton

Blind Choice

No. 39, first publication, spectator and performer successfully guess colors of four-card packets that are handed out after one riffle shuffle

posi-negative cards \n no. 41, magnetic colors variation \n j. w. sarles \n posi-negative cards \n j. w. sarles
1984
more self-working card tricks J. W. Sarles

incorporated color control \n no. 42, number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted after riffle shuffle \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves
1984
more self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Incorporated Color Control

No. 42, number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted after riffle shuffle

why you can't win \n no. 43, deck riffle shuffled and dealt into four piles, top cards turned over by player simultaneously and red-black outcome used for betting game \n karl fulves
1984
more self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Why You Can't Win

No. 43, deck riffle shuffled and dealt into four piles, top cards turned over by player simultaneously and red-black outcome used for betting game

the omega bet \n no. 73, card pushed face-up in center and deck dealt in pairs, pair with face-up card matches or not, multiple phases \n karl fulves \n the compleat gamester \n karl fulves \n the omega bet - updated \n nick trost \n al thatcher \n matching wits \n bob king \n pinochle marriages routine i \n nick trost \n dollar deal \n roberto giobbi \n bob hummer
1984
more self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

The Omega Bet

No. 73, card pushed face-up in center and deck dealt in pairs, pair with face-up card matches or not, multiple phases

the diagonal relationship \n after riffle shuffle spectator takes pairs, turns one over and guesses color of other card, performer is always right \n karl fulves
1986
color capture Karl Fulves

The Diagonal Relationship

after riffle shuffle spectator takes pairs, turns one over and guesses color of other card, performer is always right

nexto \n two positions in deck decided upon by spectator and performer, after riffle shuffle those positions are counted to and the prediction that one is of each color is verified \n karl fulves
1986
color capture Karl Fulves

Nexto

two positions in deck decided upon by spectator and performer, after riffle shuffle those positions are counted to and the prediction that one is of each color is verified

memory mix \n after riffle shuffle performer memorizes order, deck dealt into two heaps, performer announces number of matching color pairs in one heap \n karl fulves \n black magic notes \n karl fulves \n black magic \n karl fulves
1986
color capture Karl Fulves

Memory Mix

after riffle shuffle performer memorizes order, deck dealt into two heaps, performer announces number of matching color pairs in one heap

smart modem \n twelve red and twelve black cards, cards shuffled and dealt into two heaps by spectator, paper slips with "match" and "no match" used to predict whether pairs match in color, with variations:
- smart alek (getting some pairs wrong on purpose)
- which colors? (predicting colors as well)
- machine dream (incorporating money machine prop)
- read this first \n karl fulves
1986
color capture Karl Fulves

Smart Modem

twelve red and twelve black cards, cards shuffled and dealt into two heaps by spectator, paper slips with "match" and "no match" used to predict whether pairs match in color, with variations:

colorite \n after riffle shuffle and deal into two halves, performer divines color of top card of spectator's pile, repeated for all cards \n karl fulves
1986
color capture Karl Fulves

Colorite

after riffle shuffle and deal into two halves, performer divines color of top card of spectator's pile, repeated for all cards

blown away \n "neither blind nor silly" \n juan tamariz \n an alternate detection \n theodore annemann \n the clueless card trick \n edward g. brown \n apocalypse variations or additions \n paul cowling \n blown away plus \n edward marlo \n apocalypse variations or additions \n carlos schoenrich \n neither blind nor silly \n juan tamariz \n completely blown away \n jon racherbaumer \n utterly blown away \n tom daugherty \n friends \n aldo colombini \n punch for two \n michael powers \n blown further away \n harry lorayne \n dual thought \n ryan plunkett
1987
apocalypse vol. 6-10 Juan Tamariz

the third color \n spectator looses, double deal \n dai vernon \n are you psychic \n edward marlo \n game of chance \n pit hartling
1988
the vernon chronicles — volume 2 Dai Vernon

blown away plus \n follow up with named card to pocket, odd/even divided \n edward marlo \n blown away plus \n edward marlo \n neither blind nor silly \n juan tamariz
1988
marlo's magazine volume 6 Edward Marlo

Blown Away Plus

follow up with named card to pocket, odd/even divided

invertz \n pairs are deal after one riffle shuffle, top cards turned over, two chosen and exchanged, later located \n ben harris \n david faulkner \n worlds apart \n peter duffie
1988
off the wall Ben Harris, David Faulkner

Invertz

pairs are deal after one riffle shuffle, top cards turned over, two chosen and exchanged, later located

the final shuffle \n alternating set-up, spectator overhand shuffles \n brother john hamman
1989
the secrets of brother john hamman Brother John Hamman

overhand shuffle sequence \n to get twenty-card packet from red-red-black-black-red-red... to separated, added to later printing than 1989 (no year given) \n edward marlo
1989
out of this hemisphere Edward Marlo

Overhand Shuffle Sequence

to get twenty-card packet from red-red-black-black-red-red... to separated, added to later printing than 1989 (no year given)

neither blind nor silly \n red black stack, two cards \n juan tamariz \n blown away \n juan tamariz \n avenging mandelbrot \n matt baker
1989/91
sonata Juan Tamariz

are you psychic \n color of top card guessed by spectator \n edward marlo \n psi color \n edward marlo \n the third color \n dai vernon
1990
that's it Edward Marlo

a trick fragment \n predicting that all pairs come off with a red and a black card after riffle shuffle in off-beat way \n karl fulves
1992
deceptive practices Karl Fulves

A trick fragment

predicting that all pairs come off with a red and a black card after riffle shuffle in off-beat way

witness \n six spectators with cards and pens, one of them writes an x on his card behind performers back, those with red cards must speak truth, black must lie, performer finds murderer \n karl fulves \n keith downs (abra #2362) \n clue \n jack yates \n partner in crime \n sam schwartz \n witness \n karl fulves \n pack of lies \n karl fulves
1992
deceptive practices Karl Fulves

Witness

six spectators with cards and pens, one of them writes an X on his card behind performers back, those with red cards must speak truth, black must lie, performer finds murderer

mirage \n riffle shuffle, after each matching pair next pair is placed aside unseen, one pile is all red the other all black \n karl fulves
1992
supplement to deceptive practices Karl Fulves

Mirage

riffle shuffle, after each matching pair next pair is placed aside unseen, one pile is all red the other all black

crazy horse \n two cards chosen from twenty-card packet, two packets eventually formed, one all red with black selection and vice versa \n aldo colombini \n spaghetti magic lecture notes \n ron ferris
1992
profile Aldo Colombini

Crazy Horse

two cards chosen from twenty-card packet, two packets eventually formed, one all red with black selection and vice versa

gentleman's bet \n bet, red / black or pairs, performer wins always, gilbreath \n steve beam \n color match \n joe anderson
1993
semi-automatic card tricks Steve Beam

Gentleman's Bet

bet, red / black or pairs, performer wins always, gilbreath

unbeatable \n red / black or pairs, performer wins bet all the time, is able to let spectator win on his demand, gilbreath \n john riggs
1993
semi-automatic card tricks John Riggs

Unbeatable

red / black or pairs, performer wins bet all the time, is able to let spectator win on his demand, gilbreath

color vision \n performer always guesses color of cards correctly \n steve beam \n color vision \n steve beam \n mish mosh tell-a-vision \n marty kane \n mish mosh tell-a-vision \n marty kane \n color vision \n steve beam \n errata \n steve beam \n errata \n steve beam
1993
semi-automatic card tricks Steve Beam

count down force \n counting black cards in one pile and counting down in another pile \n charles t. jordan \n ron rennick
1993
rigmarole Charles T. Jordan, Ron Rennick

Count Down Force

counting black cards in one pile and counting down in another pile

guess again \n eight cards are placed outjogged into tabled spread, cards dealt in pairs, color matches with outjogged cards \n karl fulves \n the compleat gamester \n karl fulves \n guess again \n karl fulves \n guess again \n karl fulves \n omega suits \n nick trost
1993
rigmarole Karl Fulves

Guess Again

eight cards are placed outjogged into tabled spread, cards dealt in pairs, color matches with outjogged cards

guess again \n explanation of the principle at work, with variation in which five cards are put into five packets, packets dealt in pairs and color matches are found \n karl fulves \n guess again \n karl fulves
1993
verbatim Karl Fulves

Guess Again

explanation of the principle at work, with variation in which five cards are put into five packets, packets dealt in pairs and color matches are found

color vision \n performer always guesses color of cards correctly \n steve beam \n color vision \n steve beam
1993
magic with no entertainment value ii Steve Beam

charles jordan's the wonder force \n forcing the first red card in riffle shuffled deck, with commentary by vanni bossi \n charles t. jordan \n vanni bossi \n the wonder force \n charles t. jordan
1993
escorial 1993 — the hofzinser year Charles T. Jordan, Vanni Bossi

Charles Jordan's The Wonder Force

forcing the first red card in riffle shuffled deck, with commentary by Vanni Bossi

suitcase \n four-card groups made after shuffling procedure, they all contain one of each suit \n roy walton \n principles and deceptions \n peter duffie
1994
profile Roy Walton

Suitcase

four-card groups made after shuffling procedure, they all contain one of each suit

another call, another place \n bottom deals instead of second deals \n jack avis \n subway \n bob king \n another call - from another place \n jack avis
1994
roger's thesaurus Jack Avis

point spread \n red/black game in several phases played by two spectators, performer predicts difference between number of red and black cards, repeat, shuffle-bored finale \n simon aronson
1995
simply simon Simon Aronson

Point Spread

red/black game in several phases played by two spectators, performer predicts difference between number of red and black cards, repeat, shuffle-bored finale

friends \n similar to "neither blind nor silly", with twenty cards, spectator has more decisions to randomize order \n aldo colombini \n blown away \n juan tamariz
1995
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 2 Aldo Colombini

Friends

similar to "Neither Blind Nor Silly", with twenty cards, spectator has more decisions to randomize order

the omega bet - updated \n multiple prediction of whether selected cards matched color, last phase uses gilbreath \n nick trost \n al thatcher \n the compleat gamester \n karl fulves \n the omega bet \n karl fulves \n the omega particle \n steve beam \n the ark maneuver \n steve beam \n the charm \n steve beam
1997
the card magic of nick trost Nick Trost, Al Thatcher

The Omega Bet - Updated

Multiple prediction of whether selected cards matched color, last phase uses Gilbreath

super duplex count-down \n two selections made fairly, able to locate both immediately \n peter duffie \n vernon super count down \n dai vernon
1997
effortless card magic Peter Duffie

Super Duplex Count-Down

Two selections made fairly, able to locate both immediately

he has followers \n no. 1, spectator riffle shuffles once and then deals into two piles part of the deck, follow the leader type presentation for color separation, colors marked on backs \n karl fulves
1997
command colors Karl Fulves

He Has Followers

No. 1, spectator riffle shuffles once and then deals into two piles part of the deck, follow the leader type presentation for color separation, colors marked on backs

follow me \n no. 3, spectator follows dealing pattern of performer, backs marked for color \n karl fulves \n "you did it" (t.s. ransom, ibidem #16, p. 11) \n posi-negative cards \n j. w. sarles \n database \n karl fulves
1997
command colors Karl Fulves

Follow Me

No. 3, spectator follows dealing pattern of performer, backs marked for color

color on contact \n no. 11, after some dealing and calculation, the number of red cards in two packets match \n karl fulves
1997
command colors Karl Fulves

Color on Contact

No. 11, after some dealing and calculation, the number of red cards in two packets match

color by number \n no. 12, spectator deals deck into four piles according to a dealing pattern that he made up of numbers written in red or black, all color separated \n karl fulves
1997
command colors Karl Fulves

Color By Number

No. 12, spectator deals deck into four piles according to a dealing pattern that he made up of numbers written in red or black, all color separated

expansionism \n memorizing color sequence of 32 cards, but really only sixteen \n karl fulves \n speed reading \n karl fulves \n compression technique \n karl fulves
1998
combo Karl Fulves

Expansionism

memorizing color sequence of 32 cards, but really only sixteen

odditied \n two cards chosen from packet, dealt in two piles, selection only odd card in red-black separated pile, with second deal \n peter duffie \n odditorial \n peter duffie \n seconds away! \n peter duffie
1998
covert concepts Peter Duffie

Odditied

two cards chosen from packet, dealt in two piles, selection only odd card in red-black separated pile, with second deal

seconds away! \n wo cards chosen from packet, dealt in two piles, selection only odd card in red-black separated pile, without second deal \n peter duffie \n odditied \n peter duffie
1998
covert concepts Peter Duffie

Seconds Away!

wo cards chosen from packet, dealt in two piles, selection only odd card in red-black separated pile, without second deal

to "cut" an odd or even number \n no. 9, divined whether a cut-off packet has an odd or even number of cards, alternating set-up \n ellis stanyon
1999
ellis stanyon's best card tricks Ellis Stanyon

To "Cut" an Odd or Even Number

No. 9, divined whether a cut-off packet has an odd or even number of cards, alternating set-up

deck memorization \n out of this world with the performer dealing as a memory stunt, g=gilbreath \n michael boden \n deck memorization \n michael boden
1999
cunning card miracles Michael Boden

Deck Memorization

Out of This World with the performer dealing as a memory stunt, g=Gilbreath

colorosity \n two cards selected from packet, packet dealt into two piles and each has one odd-colored card, the selections \n peter duffie \n roy walton presentation \n roy walton
2000
new inspirations Peter Duffie

Colorosity

two cards selected from packet, packet dealt into two piles and each has one odd-colored card, the selections

roy walton presentation \n after two cards are selected from a packet, performer separates the colors and gets two wrong - the selections \n roy walton \n colorosity \n peter duffie
2000
new inspirations Roy Walton

Roy Walton Presentation

after two cards are selected from a packet, performer separates the colors and gets two wrong - the selections

matching gilbreath \n after one riffle shuffle, pairs are turned up and shown with one card of each color, pairs tabled, later shown to be red-red and black-black pairs \n peter duffie
2000
new inspirations Peter Duffie

Matching Gilbreath

after one riffle shuffle, pairs are turned up and shown with one card of each color, pairs tabled, later shown to be red-red and black-black pairs

deck memorization \n ootw with the performer dealing as a memory stunt, gilbreath
- notes on the gilbreath principle \n michael boden \n deck memorization \n michael boden
2000
card file two Michael Boden

Deck Memorization

OOTW with the performer dealing as a memory stunt, gilbreath

feminine side \n see "informant" reference for credit claim \n tony chaudhuri \n even money proposition \n karl fulves \n informant \n karl fulves
2001
feminine side Tony Chaudhuri

center vision \n no. 21, spectator remembers twenty-sixth card in shuffled deck and gives center portion to performer who finds selection, follow-up with another location \n karl fulves \n spread correction \n karl fulves
2001
my best self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Center Vision

No. 21, spectator remembers twenty-sixth card in shuffled deck and gives center portion to performer who finds selection, follow-up with another location

backwards bet \n no. 22, rbbr-rbbr-... set-up, performer guesses color composition of certain pairs after seeing other pairs \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves
2001
my best self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Backwards Bet

No. 22, RBBR-RBBR-... set-up, performer guesses color composition of certain pairs after seeing other pairs

red control \n an ace and a two on the table, single cards dealt on ace, pairs on two, performer and spectator take one of the dealt piles each under the table, performer is able to match spectator's colors \n karl fulves \n pik tac toe \n karl fulves
2001
latter day secrets Karl Fulves

Red Control

an Ace and a Two on the table, single cards dealt on Ace, pairs on Two, performer and spectator take one of the dealt piles each under the table, performer is able to match spectator's colors

the omega particle \n multi-phase betting game \n steve beam \n odds on favorite \n karl fulves \n the omega bet - updated \n nick trost \n al thatcher \n color injection \n bernard weller \n the charm \n steve beam
2002
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 4 Steve Beam

matching wits \n spectator pushes card face-up in deck, performer knows whether paired card matches in color when cards are dealt off in pairs, repeats, then several spectators push in cards, only performer's matches, alternating set-up, "very old gambling scam" \n bob king \n the omega bet \n karl fulves
2003
new magician foolers Bob King

Matching Wits

spectator pushes card face-up in deck, performer knows whether paired card matches in color when cards are dealt off in pairs, repeats, then several spectators push in cards, only performer's matches, alternating set-up, "very old gambling scam"

overthrow \n cut deeper force applied to red/black alternating set-up \n karl fulves \n an alternate detection \n theodore annemann
2003
latter day secrets Karl Fulves

Overthrow

cut deeper force applied to red/black alternating set-up

the book on color \n red and black cards alternating, ace of spades and hearts pushed in deck, pairs dealt off deck, performer predicts whether the pair with the aces has same colors or not, discussion of principle, "shuffling" (inserting) single cards or few cards into deck \n karl fulves \n cards that see \n karl fulves
2003
off the books Karl Fulves

The Book On Color

red and black cards alternating, Ace of Spades and Hearts pushed in deck, pairs dealt off deck, performer predicts whether the pair with the Aces has same colors or not, discussion of principle, "shuffling" (inserting) single cards or few cards into deck

cards that see \n spectator places four aces in spread while performer is not looking, pairs dealt off, performer predicts whether aces come out in matching color pairs or not \n karl fulves \n the book on color \n karl fulves
2003
off the books Karl Fulves

Cards That See

spectator places four Aces in spread while performer is not looking, pairs dealt off, performer predicts whether Aces come out in matching color pairs or not

rules of engagement \n basic rules to predict color matches when cards are dealt off in pairs and a few cards have been inserted reversed \n karl fulves
2003
off the books Karl Fulves

Rules of Engagement

basic rules to predict color matches when cards are dealt off in pairs and a few cards have been inserted reversed

colorist \n spectator cuts packet of 12 picture cards and deals three cards face-down, performer indicates one whose color appears at least twice in the triple \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Colorist

spectator cuts packet of 12 picture cards and deals three cards face-down, performer indicates one whose color appears at least twice in the triple

head start \n three players get a card and hold it against forehead so that only other can see it, players bet whether the own color matches one of the other players \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Head Start

three players get a card and hold it against forehead so that only other can see it, players bet whether the own color matches one of the other players

speed reading \n memorizing 40 cards with 5 numbers \n karl fulves \n formations \n karl fulves \n expansionism \n karl fulves
2005
combo ii Karl Fulves

reflex action \n spectator distributes half deck face-up on table, performer deals other half on top and all pairs match color \n karl fulves
2005
combo ii Karl Fulves

Reflex Action

spectator distributes half deck face-up on table, performer deals other half on top and all pairs match color

color injection \n card is turned over in packet, matching pairs win \n bernard weller \n the omega particle \n steve beam
2006
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 6 Bernard Weller

suit per suit pursuit \n spelling and down-under deal, pile with different suit as kicker \n marty kane \n australian self-help \n alex elmsley
2006
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 7 Marty Kane

Suit Per Suit Pursuit

spelling and down-under deal, pile with different suit as kicker

red & black \n after one riffle shuffle, some cards are dealt and the colors divined by performer \n asi wind \n true colors \n asi wind
2007
chapter one Asi Wind

Red & Black

after one riffle shuffle, some cards are dealt and the colors divined by performer

index intuition \n spectator shuffles, first separation with small packet, then kennedy's with rest \n lennart green \n "red and black" (john kennedy, genii, vol. 52 no. 9, mar. 1989)
2008
the green northern lights magic Lennart Green

Index Intuition

spectator shuffles, first separation with small packet, then Kennedy's with rest

Inspired by

"Red and Black" (John Kennedy, Genii, Vol. 52 No. 9, Mar. 1989)

undoing alternating riffle shuffle \n spectator riffle shuffles deck in red-black alternating order, then up-jogging and taking out some card resets that pattern. \n lennart green
2008
the green northern lights magic Lennart Green

Undoing Alternating Riffle Shuffle

spectator riffle shuffles deck in red-black alternating order, then up-jogging and taking out some card resets that pattern.

the remote control i \n color guessing together with spectator, performer is always right \n lennart green \n the remote control ii \n lennart green
2008
the green northern lights magic Lennart Green

The Remote Control I

color guessing together with spectator, performer is always right

cutting the colors \n two halves, spectator cuts each, top and bottom cards taken, repeated, taken cards are separated in color \n karl fulves
2009
prolix Karl Fulves

Cutting The Colors

two halves, spectator cuts each, top and bottom cards taken, repeated, taken cards are separated in color

dr. rhine, outdone! \n red/black color matching and guessing
- phase one - matching test
- phase two - spectator's test
- phase three - telepathy test \n nick trost \n telespo \n nick trost
2009
subtle card creations — volume 2 Nick Trost

dubai roulette \n card(s) pushed face-up in center and deck that is openly red-black alternating, dealt in pairs, pair with face-up card matches or not, five phases \n stephen jones \n jerry k. hartman \n robin robertson \n ladies first \n jerry k. hartman
2010
prolix Stephen Jones, Jerry K. Hartman, Robin Robertson

Dubai Roulette

card(s) pushed face-up in center and deck that is openly red-black alternating, dealt in pairs, pair with face-up card matches or not, five phases

ladies first \n two kings and queens pushed face-up in center and deck dealt in pairs, pair with face-up card matches color or not \n jerry k. hartman \n dubai roulette \n stephen jones \n jerry k. hartman \n robin robertson
2010
prolix Jerry K. Hartman

Ladies First

two Kings and Queens pushed face-up in center and deck dealt in pairs, pair with face-up card matches color or not

teknicolor - codes for color \n r-r-b-b-... stack riffle shuffled, then an effect like magnetic colors done \n karl fulves \n back story \n karl fulves
2010
prolix Karl Fulves

Teknicolor - Codes For Color

r-r-b-b-... stack riffle shuffled, then an effect like Magnetic Colors done

know-it-all \n spectator riffle shuffles deck, pair shown and spectator only tells if the colors match or not, performer knows color if they match \n karl fulves
2010
prolix Karl Fulves

Know-It-All

spectator riffle shuffles deck, pair shown and spectator only tells if the colors match or not, performer knows color if they match

colors \n "miraskill" as a game, with prediction \n michał kociołek \n "view to a 'skill" ebook (john bannon, 2008) \n miraskill \n stewart james
2012
8 effects and a sleight Michał Kociołek

blown further away \n from shuffled deck, done with about half the deck (in red/black alternating order) \n harry lorayne \n blown away \n juan tamariz \n utterly blown away \n tom daugherty \n really impossible - really impromptu set up \n harry lorayne
2015
jawdroppers! Harry Lorayne

Blown Further Away

from shuffled deck, done with about half the deck (in red/black alternating order)

impromptu alternating deck \n strategy of using only half the deck and upjogging necessary arrangement \n harry lorayne \n impromptu divided deck \n harry lorayne
2015
jawdroppers! Harry Lorayne

Impromptu Alternating Deck

strategy of using only half the deck and upjogging necessary arrangement

game of chance \n color of every third card used in multiple phase gambling game \n pit hartling \n the third color \n dai vernon \n the constant stack \n alex elmsley
2016
in order to amaze Pit Hartling

Game of Chance

color of every third card used in multiple phase gambling game

dollar deal \n red-black betting game, bill is inserted in deck and pairs taken, color that comes with bill can be predicted \n roberto giobbi \n bob hummer \n genii, oct. 2007 \n the omega bet \n karl fulves
2016
hidden agenda Roberto Giobbi, Bob Hummer

Dollar Deal

red-black betting game, bill is inserted in deck and pairs taken, color that comes with bill can be predicted

the index intuition \n \n lennart green \n roberto giobbi \n "red and black" (john kennedy, genii, vo. 52 no. 9, mar 1989, p. 560)
2016
hidden agenda Lennart Green, Roberto Giobbi

The Index Intuition

Inspired by

"Red and Black" (John Kennedy, Genii, Vo. 52 No. 9, Mar 1989, p. 560)

out of this solar system \n spectator shuffles the deck, deals it into two piles, shuffles again, the deck is separated into red and black cards \n michał kociołek \n out of this universe \n harry lorayne
2017
michał kociołek live! Michał Kociołek

Out of This Solar System

spectator shuffles the deck, deals it into two piles, shuffles again, the deck is separated into red and black cards

the poker face \n no. 3, two of six cards chosen and found \n jim steinmeyer \n "which one do you like?" (toro suzuki, tenyo trick)
2017
unexpected impuzzibilities Jim Steinmeyer

The Poker Face

No. 3, two of six cards chosen and found

Inspired by

"Which One Do You Like?" (Toro Suzuki, Tenyo trick)

true colors \n after one riffle shuffle, some cards are dealt and the colors divined by performer \n asi wind \n red & black \n asi wind \n anti-faro handling of true colors \n asi wind
2018
repertoire Asi Wind

True Colors

after one riffle shuffle, some cards are dealt and the colors divined by performer

half-stack gilbreath \n getting into half deck red-black alternated stack from shuffled deck for gilbreath application \n asi wind
2018
repertoire Asi Wind

Half-Stack Gilbreath

getting into half deck red-black alternated stack from shuffled deck for Gilbreath application

full stop \n performer remembers order of cards and deals them face down in multiple piles, spectator stops four times and cards are turned over, deck is separated into red black at the end with four mistakes \n steve beam \n ribbon candy \n ron ferris
2020
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 12 Steve Beam

Full Stop

performer remembers order of cards and deals them face down in multiple piles, spectator stops four times and cards are turned over, deck is separated into red black at the end with four mistakes

stop, drop, and roll \n multiple card control, cards are dealt in four piles and spectators stop at cards to be remembered \n steve beam
2020
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 12 Steve Beam

Stop, Drop, and Roll

multiple card control, cards are dealt in four piles and spectators stop at cards to be remembered

really impossible - really impromptu set up \n from shuffled deck, done with about half the deck (in red/black alternating order) \n harry lorayne \n blown further away \n harry lorayne
2020
more jaw droppers! Harry Lorayne

Really Impossible - Really Impromptu Set Up

from shuffled deck, done with about half the deck (in red/black alternating order)