cardputer\nusing number cards, numbers on both sides\nalex east\nnumeral-oh-gee\n amazing randi\nshigeo futagawa\nmusical\nalex east
1982
spell-binder Alex East

ringo-bingo\nstover's days of force with bingo cards\nstephen tucker\ndays of force\nmel stover\nrethink\nphilip t. goldstein
1982
spell-binder Stephen Tucker

rethink\nstover's days of force with bingo cards\nphilip t. goldstein\ndays of force\nmel stover\nringo-bingo\nstephen tucker
1983
spell-binder Philip T. Goldstein

murder by memory\nno. 45, page number selected with numbers on pieces of paper, only four outcomes possible\nkarl fulves
1985
self-working paper magic Karl Fulves

Murder by Memory

No. 45, page number selected with numbers on pieces of paper, only four outcomes possible

letter of intent\none of three envelopes chosen by exchanging number cards and adding some, number range force\nkarl fulves
1992
deceptive practices Karl Fulves

Letter of Intent

one of three envelopes chosen by exchanging number cards and adding some, number range force

future choice\nfive envelope with numbers on either side, added in some way by spectator, total predicted, repeat, see vol. 2 reference for credit information\npeter duffie\nrobin robertson\n"one to eight" (george sands, bill simon's mathematical magic, 1964)\nstunumbers\nshigeo futagawa\nnotes & corrections\nmax maven
2003
card conspiracy — vol. 1 Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

Future Choice

five envelope with numbers on either side, added in some way by spectator, total predicted, repeat, see Vol. 2 reference for credit information

Inspired by

"One to Eight" (George Sands, Bill Simon's Mathematical Magic, 1964)

whitewash\nesp deck, card chosen by adding some numbers on number cards, predicted, all others blank\npeter duffie\nrobin robertson\n"one to eight" (george sands, bill simon's mathematical magic, 1964)
2003
card conspiracy — vol. 1 Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

Whitewash

ESP deck, card chosen by adding some numbers on number cards, predicted, all others blank

Inspired by

"One to Eight" (George Sands, Bill Simon's Mathematical Magic, 1964)

the force methods\nnumber forces
1. using number cards (magigram, amazing trelba)
2. "newspaper prediction" (martin gardner, magic, august 2005, also ibidem?)
3. 4x4 matrix
4. magic square\nmel bennett\ncrazy calendar\nmartin gardner
2011
xtra credit Mel Bennett

The Force Methods

number forces
1. using number cards (Magigram, Amazing Trelba)
2. "Newspaper Prediction" (Martin Gardner, Magic, August 2005, also Ibidem?)
3. 4x4 matrix
4. magic square

number force\ncards with numbers distributed, two-digit numbers formed and added\n unknown
2016
the performance pieces & divertissements of the famous handsome jack, etc.
Unknown

Number Force

cards with numbers distributed, two-digit numbers formed and added