something to work on \n lie detector effect posed as a problem \n vincent dalban \n the solution of "something to work on" \n charles nyquist
1935
the jinx 1-50 Vincent Dalban

the solution of "something to work on" \n stacked deck, two chains, solution \n charles nyquist \n something to work on \n vincent dalban
1935
the jinx 1-50 Charles Nyquist

lies! lies! lies! \n corner short or one-way back \n henry christ \n you're a liar \n paul curry \n you're a liar \n paul curry \n pants on fire \n barrie richardson
1935
the jinx 1-50 Henry Christ

you're a liar \n presentational idea \n paul curry \n lies! lies! lies! \n henry christ \n you're a liar \n paul curry \n you're a liar \n paul curry
1952
the phoenix 201 — 250 Paul Curry

variable magnetic lie detector \n lie detector using the variable magnetic executive tranquilizer \n martin gardner
1964
the new phoenix 351-400 Martin Gardner

Variable Magnetic Lie Detector

lie detector using the Variable Magnetic Executive Tranquilizer

the truth machine \n spirit bell as lie detector, body bell \n fred lowe \n "nothing but the truth" (the wizard, sept./oct. 1950)
1966
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Fred Lowe

The Truth Machine

spirit bell as lie detector, body bell

Related to

"Nothing But The Truth" (The Wizard, Sept./Oct. 1950)

example 13 \n two spectators note cards in a packet, after some questions and shuffling they are on the top, gray code and faro \n karl fulves
1969
faro & riffle technique Karl Fulves

Example 13

two spectators note cards in a packet, after some questions and shuffling they are on the top, gray code and faro

example 14 \n two spectators note cards in a packet, after some questions and shuffling they are on the top, gray code and faro \n karl fulves
1969
faro & riffle technique Karl Fulves

Example 14

two spectators note cards in a packet, after some questions and shuffling they are on the top, gray code and faro

the gray liar \n questions about selection are asked, at the end top card has text written on it that says when spectator lied and where the selection is, faro, see also addenda on page 60 \n karl fulves \n flip flop \n roy walton
1970
faro & riffle technique Karl Fulves

The Gray Liar

questions about selection are asked, at the end top card has text written on it that says when spectator lied and where the selection is, faro, see also Addenda on page 60

additional hamilton ideas \n as telephone effect with possible lies \n john hamilton \n eyes of the gods \n john hamilton
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 John Hamilton

more lies \n thought card revealed with eight-card-packet as computer \n robert e. neale \n voice print \n harry lorayne \n robert e. neale \n eight bytes is enough \n jack avis \n eight bites is enough \n jack avis \n cal-q-lator \n peter duffie \n robert e. neale
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Robert E. Neale

More Lies

thought card revealed with eight-card-packet as computer

don't lie to me \n two spectators get half the pack and either lie or say the truth about each card, magician spots all the lies \n paul curry \n don't lie to me \n paul curry \n don't lie to me (computer) \n paul curry \n don't lie to me (computer) \n paul curry
1974
paul curry presents Paul Curry

Don't Lie To Me

two spectators get half the pack and either lie or say the truth about each card, magician spots all the lies

liars convention \n magician blindfolded, three spectators choose cards two exchange cards, magicican knows who and the cards, marked stacked deck \n karl fulves \n don nielson
1975
tarbell course in magic — volume 2 Karl Fulves, Don Nielson

Liars Convention

magician blindfolded, three spectators choose cards two exchange cards, magicican knows who and the cards, marked stacked deck

it's impossible! \n automatic placement, position of card predicted, or other ideas:
- spell a name
- lie detector
- think stop \n harry lorayne
1977
the magic book Harry Lorayne

It's Impossible!

automatic placement, position of card predicted, or other ideas:

routined poker mental \n princess card trick with lie detection presentation \n john f. mendoza \n liar's poker \n darwin ortiz \n john f. mendoza
1978
the book of john John F. Mendoza

Routined Poker Mental

princess card trick with lie detection presentation

parity failure \n some cards from 5x5 cards layout are turned over according to rules, condition is called out and on one card is lied \n alex elmsley \n parity failure \n alex elmsley \n parity failure \n alex elmsley
1979
the chronicles Alex Elmsley

Parity Failure

some cards from 5x5 cards layout are turned over according to rules, condition is called out and on one card is lied

das gedanken-projektions-spiel \n two spectators choose cards hands off, two halves with different sets of koran type set-up \n michael skinner \n thought projection pack \n michael skinner
1979
das mike skinner / piet forton seminarheft Michael Skinner

Das Gedanken-Projektions-Spiel

two spectators choose cards hands off, two halves with different sets of Koran type set-up

the joker reads minds \n spectator thinks of card and reads order of shuffled deck, spectator should misread joker as selection, it is divined, six methods \n edward marlo \n paul curry \n the joker reads minds \n edward marlo
1980
hierophant Edward Marlo, Paul Curry

The Joker Reads Minds

spectator thinks of card and reads order of shuffled deck, spectator should misread joker as selection, it is divined, six methods

pack of lies \n liar's matrix, spectator selects card column and reads out their colors, lying on one of them, different methods:
- mnemonic method
- no memory
- and again
- lewry's lie detector \n alex elmsley \n colin lewry \n a four-bit trick \n karl fulves
1980
curioser Alex Elmsley, Colin Lewry

Pack Of Lies

Liar's Matrix, spectator selects card column and reads out their colors, lying on one of them, different methods:

parity failure \n some cards from 5x5 cards layout are turned over according to rules, condition is called out and on one card is lied \n alex elmsley \n parity failure \n alex elmsley \n parity notes \n charles hudson \n unstacked parity \n roy walton
1980
curioser Alex Elmsley

Parity Failure

some cards from 5x5 cards layout are turned over according to rules, condition is called out and on one card is lied

thought projection pack \n two spectators choose cards hands off, two halves with different sets of koran type set-up \n michael skinner \n das gedanken-projektions-spiel \n michael skinner
1982
intimate magic Michael Skinner

Thought Projection Pack

two spectators choose cards hands off, two halves with different sets of Koran type set-up

voice print \n eight cards, programming, binary \n harry lorayne \n robert e. neale \n more lies \n robert e. neale \n talk to me \n richard vollmer \n it's not easy to lie \n harry lorayne \n that's the truth! \n harry lorayne \n voice print \n harry lorayne \n it's not easy to lie \n harry lorayne \n cal-q-lator \n harry lorayne
1982
best of friends Harry Lorayne, Robert E. Neale

programmed lie detector \n computer program, trick performed by spectator with computer only, computer version of aronson's lie sleuth \n michael powers \n lie sleuth \n simon aronson \n computer card trick \n christopher morgan
1983
powerful magic Michael Powers

Programmed Lie Detector

computer program, trick performed by spectator with computer only, computer version of Aronson's Lie Sleuth

would i lie to you? \n seven card packet is programmed to find selection, mates are found as well \n john c. wagner \n revised lie detector \n edward marlo \n john c. wagner
1987
the commercial magic of j.c. wagner John C. Wagner

Would I Lie to You?

seven card packet is programmed to find selection, mates are found as well

lie detector \n with long narrow clear strip that is folded in various ways so different messages appear on it \n kuniyasu fujiwara
1992
five times five - japan Kuniyasu Fujiwara

Lie Detector

with long narrow clear strip that is folded in various ways so different messages appear on it

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

partner in crime \n version of "witness" in which criminal has a partner \n sam schwartz \n witness \n karl fulves \n witness \n karl fulves
1992
deceptive practices Sam Schwartz

Partner in Crime

version of "Witness" in which criminal has a partner

witness \n further comments \n karl fulves \n witness \n karl fulves \n partner in crime \n sam schwartz
1992
supplement to deceptive practices Karl Fulves

revised lie detector \n down under deal, quartet production, set-up, two variations:
- for center dealers
- for side-stealers \n edward marlo \n john c. wagner \n would i lie to you? \n john c. wagner
1993
the olram file Edward Marlo, John C. Wagner

Revised Lie Detector

down under deal, quartet production, set-up, two variations:

eight bytes is enough \n thought card revealed with eight-card-packet as computer \n jack avis \n more lies \n robert e. neale \n eight bites is enough \n jack avis
1993
simplicity at your fingertips Jack Avis

Eight Bytes Is Enough

thought card revealed with eight-card-packet as computer

shocked \n - finger ring moves on table to esp symbol (no method)
- car magazine rolled up and car sounds come out of it (no method)
- joy buzzer as sound generator, lie detector with five cards on plastic tray \n karl fulves \n shocked \n karl fulves
1993
verbatim Karl Fulves

Shocked

finger ring moves on table to ESP symbol (no method)

car magazine rolled up and car sounds come out of it (no method)

joy buzzer as sound generator, lie detector with five cards on plastic tray

eight bites is enough \n thought card revealed with eight-card-packet as computer \n jack avis \n more lies \n robert e. neale \n eight bytes is enough \n jack avis
1993
profile Jack Avis

Eight Bites is Enough

thought card revealed with eight-card-packet as computer

pack of lies \n liar's matrix, spectator selects card column and reads out their colors, lying on one of them, different methods:
- mnemonic method
- marked deck method
- unmarked deck method
- lewry's platform presentation \n alex elmsley
1994
the collected works of alex elmsley — volume 2 Alex Elmsley

Pack of Lies

Liar's Matrix, spectator selects card column and reads out their colors, lying on one of them, different methods:

lewry's platform presentation \n \n colin lewry \n alex elmsley \n pack of lies \n alex elmsley
1994
the collected works of alex elmsley — volume 2 Colin Lewry, Alex Elmsley

parity failure \n some cards from 5x5 cards layout are turned over according to rules, condition is called out and on one card is lied \n alex elmsley \n parity failure \n alex elmsley
1994
the collected works of alex elmsley — volume 2 Alex Elmsley

Parity Failure

some cards from 5x5 cards layout are turned over according to rules, condition is called out and on one card is lied

tell me three times \n three cards chosen and called out, on one of them is lied, stack \n alex elmsley \n further than that and the lie detector \n cushing strout
1994
the collected works of alex elmsley — volume 2 Alex Elmsley

Tell Me Three Times

three cards chosen and called out, on one of them is lied, stack

the ultimate truth \n \n peter duffie \n imagine \n packet calculator \n dai vernon \n the penultimate truth \n stephen tucker \n alternate opening \n bernard rasmussen \n tarradiddle \n peter duffie
1995
duffie's card compulsions Peter Duffie

a pocketful of lies \n packet in pocket, cards removed to answer truth or lie \n peter duffie \n the ultimate truth \n peter duffie
1995
duffie's card compulsions Peter Duffie

A Pocketful of Lies

packet in pocket, cards removed to answer truth or lie

alternate opening \n for "the ultimate truth" \n bernard rasmussen \n the ultimate truth \n peter duffie \n truth serum \n peter duffie
1995
duffie's card compulsions Bernard Rasmussen

pack of lies \n no. 12, three red and black cards, spectators with red cards tell the truth, performer finds out who hides the ace of diamonds \n karl fulves \n witness \n karl fulves
1995
self-working close-up card magic Karl Fulves

Pack of Lies

No. 12, three red and black cards, spectators with red cards tell the truth, performer finds out who hides the Ace of Diamonds

lie stebbins \n lie detector effect with one selection, identity of cards determine if spectator is telling truth/lie (e.g. color, suit, value) \n peter duffie \n lie stebbins plus! \n peter duffie
1997
effortless card magic Peter Duffie

Lie Stebbins

Lie Detector effect with one selection, identity of cards determine if spectator is telling truth/lie (e.g. color, suit, value)

lie stebbins plus! \n lie detector effect with two selection, identity of cards determine if spectator is telling truth/lie (e.g. spot/court, suit), but has double revelation \n peter duffie \n lie stebbins \n peter duffie
1997
effortless card magic Peter Duffie

Lie Stebbins Plus!

Lie Detector effect with two selection, identity of cards determine if spectator is telling truth/lie (e.g. spot/court, suit), but has double revelation

would i lie to you? \n three piles, performer selects card from center pile and makes statements, spectator take cards from lie or truth pile, values added, selection arrived at \n karl fulves \n 3 little words \n stewart james \n informant \n karl fulves \n a card force \n karl fulves \n mel bennett
1998
underworld Karl Fulves

Would I Lie To You?

three piles, performer selects card from center pile and makes statements, spectator take cards from lie or truth pile, values added, selection arrived at

another lie detector \n key card location, but presented as lie detector. spectator lies when they see their card, magician knows. \n unknown
1999
cunning card miracles
Unknown

Another Lie Detector

Key card location, but presented as lie detector. Spectator lies when they see their card, magician knows.

you're a liar \n presentational idea \n paul curry \n lies! lies! lies! \n henry christ \n you're a liar \n paul curry
2001
paul curry's worlds beyond Paul Curry

don't lie to me \n two spectators get half the pack and either lie or say the truth about each card, magician spots all the lies \n paul curry \n don't lie to me \n paul curry \n reds and blacks \n hector chadwick
2001
paul curry's worlds beyond Paul Curry

Don't Lie to Me

two spectators get half the pack and either lie or say the truth about each card, magician spots all the lies

would i lie? \n no. 43, three piles, card in center one remembered, cards taken from outer two piles in any combination, values added to count down to selection, no-shuffle gilbreath \n karl fulves
2001
my best self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Would I Lie?

No. 43, three piles, card in center one remembered, cards taken from outer two piles in any combination, values added to count down to selection, no-shuffle Gilbreath

it's not easy to lie \n card selected from nine-card packet with down/under deal, card from remaining eight cards thought-of, lie detector, original selection used to count down to find it \n harry lorayne \n voice print \n harry lorayne \n robert e. neale \n back from fishing \n giorgio tarchini
2001
personal collection Harry Lorayne

It's Not Easy To Lie

card selected from nine-card packet with down/under deal, card from remaining eight cards thought-of, lie detector, original selection used to count down to find it

that's the truth! \n small packet \n harry lorayne \n voice print \n harry lorayne \n robert e. neale \n packet calculator \n dai vernon \n that's the truth! \n harry lorayne \n that's the truth! \n harry lorayne
2001
personal collection Harry Lorayne

liar's poker \n princess card trick with lie detection presentation and sucker finale à la fingerprint card trick \n darwin ortiz \n john f. mendoza \n routined poker mental \n john f. mendoza
2002
scams & fantasies with cards Darwin Ortiz, John F. Mendoza

Liar's Poker

princess card trick with lie detection presentation and sucker finale à la Fingerprint Card Trick

blinded by the sleight \n performer blindfolded, spectator selects a card and takes out five cards one of which is the selection, performer hold each up while spectator says "no" to each, selection found \n steven youell \n numeralphatology \n steven youell
2004
weapons of mass destruction Steven Youell

Blinded By The Sleight

performer blindfolded, spectator selects a card and takes out five cards one of which is the selection, performer hold each up while spectator says "no" to each, selection found

cal-q-lator \n twelve card set-up \n peter duffie \n robert e. neale \n more lies \n robert e. neale
2007
best of friends — volume iii Peter Duffie, Robert E. Neale

to tell the truth ii \n two cards are removed from (stacked) deck and divined with liar/truthteller presentation \n joshua jay \n to tell the truth? \n gerald kosky
2007
best of friends — volume iii Joshua Jay

To Tell The Truth II

two cards are removed from (stacked) deck and divined with liar/truthteller presentation

lie detector 2 \n cards eliminated until selection found, additional thought of card determined \n benjamin earl
2007
seeing with photo-electric eyes Benjamin Earl

Lie Detector 2

cards eliminated until selection found, additional thought of card determined

vocalculate \n lie detector plot, three people select a card each, magician divines each card by detecting lies \n stewart james \n handwritten notes, 1945 \n the awful truth \n jack vosburgh
2007
the essential stewart james Stewart James

Vocalculate

Lie detector plot, three people select a card each, magician divines each card by detecting lies

the nobo lie detector \n "no" = bottom
- first version
- second version (kevin baker)
- third version (kevin baker)
- fourth version (kevin baker)
- fifth version
- sixth version
- seventh version
- eighth version (kevin baker)
- ninth version
- tenth version (kevin baker) \n justin higham \n kevin baker \n blackstone's modern card tricks, pp. 130-133 \n eerie cards \n kent arthur \n math applied \n edward marlo \n mathematics and mentalism \n alex elmsley
2008
dexterity manual Justin Higham, Kevin Baker

liar for hire \n "unexplained"
single card as lie detector, it changes multiple times to answer lies or truth, posed as a problem \n karl fulves
2009
prolix Karl Fulves

Liar For Hire

"Unexplained"
single card as lie detector, it changes multiple times to answer lies or truth, posed as a problem

the cootie catcher lie detector \n folded origami fortune teller is used to reveal selection \n jason michaels
2010
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 8 Jason Michaels

The Cootie Catcher Lie Detector

folded origami Fortune Teller is used to reveal selection

internal control \n cards biddled into left hand one by one until spectator says stop, then top and bottom slipped off at once, force and control/switch, effect application in which a selection is divined via other cards, all other cards blank or duplicates \n steve beam \n slip-jog \n jerry sadowitz
2011
ffff-ing great card moves Steve Beam

Internal Control

cards biddled into left hand one by one until spectator says stop, then top and bottom slipped off at once, force and control/switch, effect application in which a selection is divined via other cards, all other cards blank or duplicates

don't lie to me (computer) \n magician and spectator get half the pack each, and either lie or say the truth about each card, computer can spot all the spectator's lies \n paul curry \n don't lie to me \n paul curry
2012
magical mathematics Paul Curry

Don't Lie To Me (Computer)

Magician and spectator get half the pack each, and either lie or say the truth about each card, computer can spot all the spectator's lies

1.5 card q&a \n spectator removes card from spread and lies on its identity, performer divines card and gives short reading \n john wilson \n "1 card q&a" (docc hilford & leonardo silverio)
2016
you and me and the devil makes three - volume ii John Wilson

1.5 Card Q&A

spectator removes card from spread and lies on its identity, performer divines card and gives short reading

a lie detector routine \n featuring a fair control sequence where the spectator cuts to a card and buries his pile \n joseph barry
2017
operandi Joseph Barry

A Lie Detector Routine

featuring a fair control sequence where the spectator cuts to a card and buries his pile

a card that lies, a deck that tells the truth \n oosoom type \n bob farmer \n the cards don't lie \n michael weber
2017
the bammo tarodiction toolbox Bob Farmer

the cards don't lie \n "mike weber variation" \n michael weber \n a card that lies, a deck that tells the truth \n bob farmer
2017
the bammo tarodiction toolbox Michael Weber

voice print \n eight cards, programming, binary \n harry lorayne \n voice print \n harry lorayne \n robert e. neale
2017
jawdroppers! two Harry Lorayne

it's not easy to lie \n eight cards, programming, binary \n harry lorayne \n voice print \n harry lorayne \n robert e. neale
2017
jawdroppers! two Harry Lorayne

我不是 mentalist \n (i'm not a mentalist) card chosen, spectator reads cards out loud but lies about the selection, magician can tell the lie and divine selection \n xiaobo zhou \n c.o.a.t. 原理 \n colm mulcahy
2018
enthusiasm Xiaobo Zhou

我不是 Mentalist

(I'm not a mentalist) Card chosen, spectator reads cards out loud but lies about the selection, magician can tell the lie and divine selection

the joker reads minds \n spectator thinks of card and reads order of shuffled deck, spectator should misread joker as selection, it is divined \n edward marlo \n the joker reads minds \n edward marlo \n paul curry
2019
beyond the z Edward Marlo

The Joker Reads Minds

spectator thinks of card and reads order of shuffled deck, spectator should misread joker as selection, it is divined

say anything \n lie detector effect, end with magician showing prediction in an envelope of a random word thought of and written down by spectator, prediction is printed letter by letter on cards \n matt baker \n the anything deck \n paul harris
2019
the buena vista shuffle club Matt Baker

Say Anything

Lie detector effect, end with magician showing prediction in an envelope of a random word thought of and written down by spectator, prediction is printed letter by letter on cards

the randomized lie detector \n face-up/face-down cards to form a number and to find selection \n steve beam \n personality test \n bob hummer
2020
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 12 Steve Beam

The Randomized Lie Detector

face-up/face-down cards to form a number and to find selection