985 entries in Cards / Principles / Stacked Deck Stuff / Memorized / Full Deck
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Le Grand Sultan automaton who can divine a card by nodding with his head, the number of a rolled dice and in which compartment of a closed box a doll is placed, with assitant
1784 1
La Carte Brûlée, qu'on Fait Trouver Dans une Montre card is selected and burnt, ashes vanish from a box and miniature card is found under glass of a watch, spectator selects among three, with assistant
1784 19
Les Cartes Devinées, les Yeux Bandés spectator selects a bunch of cards and shuffles them, medium comes on stage, then with blindfold and without the performer saying a word all cards are named
1784 39
To Name all the Cards in the Pack in Succession full stack, Eight Kings explained
1876 50
C. H. Wilson The Tell-Tale Trick No. 2, spectator removes cards according to the birth date, performer then divines the birth date
1877 16
C. H. Wilson The Charm Trick No. 3, four cards are freely chosen and fairly shuffled back, they show up at small named numbers (or numbers thrown with dice), alternatively four indifferent cards are placed in front of the spectators that change into selections
1877 18
C. H. Wilson The Reflection Trick No. 4, cards are chosen and named, apparently by reflection in the eye
1877 19
C. H. Wilson The Blindfolded Reading Trick No. 5, blindfolded performer names position of named cards
1877 19
Charlier The Charlier "Dial" stack system with rules to calculate positions and the number of pips in a cut-off pile
1889 60
Charlier Artificial Spiritualism removed cards divined, pile cut off by spectator and number of cards as well as number of pips divined, stacked and punch marked
1889 63
Charlier The Charlier "Dial" stack system with rules to calculate positions and the number of pips in a cut-off pile
1890 69
Practical Illustrations
  • top cards named after cut
  • spectator cuts off cards and performer knows number of cards and points containted
1890 75
Further Illustration naming position of any card or card at any position
1890 79
Grande clairvoyance mystèrieuse two decks, two chosen cards match, decks marked, one in new deck order, second method with Mexican Turnover, third method in which one card is secretly transferred to the other deck at the beginning
Related to Apr. 1895
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 1 No. 4)
60
Das mathematische Mischen - 4. fourth application, deck "shuffled" two times, then card at any position named
1896 120
The Demon Envelope seven cards predicted in nesting envelopes
1897 100
Thought Foretold deck divided in four piles, one chose, all cards divined and predicted
Related to 1897 135
Grande Clairvoyance Mysterieuse two cards chosen from two decks match, three methods
Related to 1897 167
S. v. S. Ueberraschungen mit Hülfe der Mnemotechnik card taken out of in-the-hands spread, deck secretly cut and bottom card glimpsed and divined
June 1901
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 6)
92
S. v. S. Memorizing a Deck mnemonic system to memorize a stack
Related to June 1901
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 6)
92
S. v. S. Ueberraschungen mit Hülfe der Mnemotechnik part two of the mnemonic system
Related to July 1901
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 7)
107
S. v. S. Ueberraschungen mit Hülfe der Mnemotechnik II. ten cards chosen and named
Aug. 1901
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 8)
126
S. v. S. Ueberraschungen mit Hülfe der Mnemotechnik III. three cards chosen, one card appears face-up on face of deck, other two cards named
Sep. 1901
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 9)
139
S. W. Erdnase Tricks with the Prearranged Deck Eight Kings - set up explained with methods to calculate cards and their positions (applicable for any cyclic stack)
Related toVariations 1902 179
Carl Willmann Die sympatisierenden Karten card chosen, card chosen from second deck matches
Aug. 1904
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 8)
119
A. J. Hellsehen mit Karten medium knows order of cards after "spectator" shuffles, stooge, medium in dark bag with flash light
Dec. 1904
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 12)
188
Joseph Michael Hartz, Alexander Herrmann, Professor Hoffmann The Pocket-Picking Trick producing chosen cards from shuffled deck in pocket, three handlings
Also published here 1911 719
Joseph Michael Hartz, Alexander Herrmann, Professor Hoffmann The Pocket-Picking Trick producing chosen cards from shuffled deck in pocket, three handlings
Also published here 1911 181
Charles T. Jordan A Novel Detection No. 4, spectator counts down cards and remembers the last one, halves riffle shuffled together, interlocking chains
1919/1920 22
Louis Nikola "Stop" Riffle, say stop anytime, magician can tell how many cards are riffled off
Also published here 1927 22
Louis Nikola Cards By Weight Can tell number of cards in the packet by its weight
Also published here 1927 23
Louis Nikola Weighing Chosen Cards Can divine chosen card by weighing its pips
Also published here 1927 23
Louis Nikola The Sense of Touch Divine chosen card by touch alone
Also published here 1927 24
Louis Nikola Locating Card chosen and lost, magician divines card and position in deck after shuffles and cuts
Also published here 1927 27
Louis Nikola To Spell Any Card Called For
VariationsAlso published here 1927 30
Louis Nikola Thought Anticipated Any Card at Any Number
Also published here 1927 31
Louis Nikola Unconscious Thought Transmission Random card chosen and sealed in envelope. Audience members name suit and value to form a card, which matches the card in the envelope
Also published here 1927 34
Louis Nikola Wizard's Whist Four spectators each given four cards, each think of one card out of the four. Deck reshuffled and dealt into four bridge hands, magician can divine the selections
Related to 1927 36
Louis Nikola To Name The Pack In Order, Without Looking At It, Either From The Bottom or From The Top Deck shuffled halfway through
1927 39
Louis Nikola To Name The Position Of Any Card Called For
1927 39
Louis Nikola To Name The Card Occupying Any Given Position
1927 39
Louis Nikola To Pick Out Any Card Called For Behind The Back
Also published here 1927 41
Louis Nikola To Pick Out A Card Chosen And Replaced
1927 41
Louis Nikola To Produce Cards Called For From the Pocket
Also published here 1927 41
Louis Nikola To Name The Bottom Cards Of A Number Of Heaps By Looking At The Top Cards
1927 43
Louis Nikola A Subtle Game Cards in four spectator's hands are slowly eliminated until only their selection remans in their hands
Related toAlso published here 1927 44
Louis Nikola The Telepathogram Magician divines thought of card, and writing appears on paper that divines position of card in the deck
1927 54
William Larsen, T. Page Wright Distant Card Reading four or five cards chosen freely and shuffled back, medium names them all, all cards next to selections brought to top and secretly given to medium
1928 3
William Larsen, T. Page Wright Out of Sight card chosen behind back from stacked deck, key card palmed and glimpsed
Also published here 1928 23
Eric F. Impey The Simplicity X-Ray Trick four chosen cards are found again, simple stack and following it while spreading for selection
1928 6
Joe Berg Touch Reading De Luxe reading cards by touch after an honest riffle shuffle, without one-ahead, two different card finishes and interlocking chains
1930 43
Laurie Ireland Ireland's Stack
1931 16
Laurie Ireland Instant Card Location getting a named card to top in memorized deck
  • The Top 15 cards
  • Method of Locating Cards from Number 15 Down to Bottom of Deck
1931 16
Laurie Ireland Effects and Methods of Producing Cards - Any Card Called Rises from Deck brief, memorized deck
1931 18
Laurie Ireland The Spelling Card Trick with any card called brief, memorized deck
1931 18
Laurie Ireland The Two Card Trick spectator picks any named card, brief, memorized deck
1931 18
Laurie Ireland A Card is Called For spectator cuts at any named card, brief, memorized deck
1931 18
Laurie Ireland Thought Reading Extraordinary spectator cuts to any card, performer reads mind from distance, estimation & memorized deck
1931 18
Laurie Ireland Producing Selected Card at Any Number and At The Same Time Cold Packing any card is produced from pocket at named (small) number from shuffled deck, switch for memorized deck
Related toVariations 1931 19
Ralph W. Hull, Any Deck Read From the Card Backs cards named by looking at the back
  • First Method with a "Set-Up" Deck
  • With Borrowed Deck (secretly faced deck)
Related to
  • "Seeing with Fingertips" (Howard Albright)
1933 9
Al Baker A Card and A Number number free, card forced from a second deck
VariationsAlso published here 1933 11
Theodore Annemann A Real Psychic Card Test stacked deck and slates
VariationsAlso published here Dec. 1934
The Jinx (Issue 3)
11
Theodore Annemann The Two Person Location two bottom cards code two selections to assistant in other room, stacked
Related to 1934 20
Theodore Annemann The $ 1,000 Test Card Location stacked, risky
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1934 43
Frank Lane Frank Lane's Three Pellet Card Trick No. 2, three cards chosen and written on pellets, performer divines them
Also published here 1935 1
W. F. "Rufus" Steele My Personal Stack No. 14
  • The Stack
  • My Poker Run-Up
1935 17
Effect 1: To Name a Card That a Spectator Draws From the Pack Si Stebbins application
1935 45
Effect 2: To Tell How Many And What Cards Have Been Drawn From the Pack Si Stebbins application
1935 46
Effect 3: To Run the Cards Behind the Back and Name Any Card Stopped At Si Stebbins application
1935 46
Effect 4: To Tell How Far From the Top Any Card Is Si Stebbins application
1935 46
Theodore Annemann, Al Baker A Version of the Al Baker Three Billet Trick three cards that are selected (one thought-of) and written on a billet are divined, stacked deck
Also published here Apr. 1936
The Jinx (Issue 19)
108
Theodore Annemann Card Memory shuffled deck is memorized by performer
Also published here 1937 211
William Larsen Out of Sight card chosen behind back from stacked deck, key card palmed and glimpsed
Also published here 1937 228
Louis Nikola The Nikola Card System comments on the use of memorized deck and how to learn the Nikola System
1937 385
Louis Nikola Whist or Bridge trick with Nikola memorized deck
1937 391
Louis Nikola Spelling Bee trick with Nikola memorized deck
1937 391
Louis Nikola Poker trick with Nikola memorized deck
1937 391
Louis Nikola "Nap" trick with Nikola memorized deck
1937 391
Louis Nikola "Stop." apparently count the cards while riffling, or cutting off a requested number
Also published here 1937 392
Louis Nikola Cards by Weight memorized deck
Also published here 1937 393
Louis Nikola Weighing Chosen Cards memorized deck
Also published here 1937 393
Louis Nikola The Sense of Touch memorized deck
Also published here 1937 394
Louis Nikola Locating selection and its position named, memorized deck
Also published here 1937 394
Louis Nikola Spelling spelling out some cards with the Nikola memorized deck
Also published here 1937 395
Louis Nikola To Spell Any Card Called For memorized deck
Also published here 1937 395
Louis Nikola Thought Anticipated memorized deck
Also published here 1937 396
Louis Nikola Unconscious Thought Transmission card placed in envelope in beginning turns out to be any named one, memorized deck as open index
Also published here 1937 398
Louis Nikola To Pick Out Any Card Called For Behind the Back memorized deck
Also published here 1937 401
Louis Nikola To Produce Cards Called for From the Pocket memorized deck
Also published here 1937 401
Louis Nikola A Subtle Game arranging memorized deck stack in front of spectators
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1937 402
Theodore Annemann Mind or Muscle two cards located in spread, third card named, stacked deck and forcing deck
Also published here Aug. 1937
The Jinx (Issue 35)
237
Theodore Annemann Cards Divination by Medium three times
1937 5
Theodore Annemann, Ellis Stanyon Challenge Card Divination shuffling a stacked deck
1937 9
With Prearranged Pack - a. Memorized Deck card reversed in deck turns out to be any named card, ungaffed, stacked deck
1938 339
Dan Bellman Mystic Matching two phases, one deck stacked
Also published here 1938
The Jinx (Issue Summer Extra 1938)
320
Audley Walsh Gnome Madness spectator pockets any card he likes while spreading through them, this one is found
Apr. 1939
The Jinx (Issue 55)
394
Claude Goldin Quarters from Torn Deck deck torn in quarters, performer names four positions, when counted down in the four positions there is selected card
Nov. 1939
The Jinx (Issue 66)
461
Purvis W. Miller Double Prediction predictions with blue and red pencil match cards selected from blue-backed and red-backed deck, one forcing deck, other one stacked or marked
1939 30
Orville Wayne Meyer, Arthur H. Buckley Twin Prediction - The Improved Buckley Method full deck stack and billet index
Also published here Mar. 1940
The Jinx (Issue 82)
530
Val Evans The Million And First Deck stack with thirteen long cards, chart on card case or memorized
  • spelling to any named card
  • cutting any number of cards
  • calculation rules after cutting the memorized deck
  • naming chosen cards directly
  • story deck (see next item)
1941 24
Al Baker An Impossible Count spectators cut off packet and put in pocket, performer knows number, memorized deck
Related toAlso published here 1941 98
Paul Curry Think of a Card spectator cuts thought-of card to face of stacked deck and then loses it
Also published here 1941 4
Eddie Joseph What's in a Name spectator's name and prediction written on paper for three spectators, they spell to their names and find the predicted card
1942 31
Eddie Joseph My Card System on memorized decks and memorizing a deck, see p. 99 for grid as help
  • My Table of Pictures for Memorizing Cards
Also published here 1942 94
Eddie Joseph How to Prepare for a Series of Astounding Tricks Through "My System" knowing every card's position and vice versa in a memorized deck
Also published here 1942 96
Eddie Joseph Formula to Find Out Where Any Particular Card Lies in the Pack knowing positions of cards after straight cuts
Also published here 1942 97
Eddie Joseph The Card Fiend deck is cut and dealt out face-down in four rows of thirteen cards each, position of named cards are given, then spectator is directed to pick up cards, they are in new deck order
Also published here 1942 100
Kermann, Edouard-Joseph Raynaly Un tour de cartes two decks, one under hat, free number and forced card
Related to
  • Raynaly in "L'Illusioniste"
Jan. 1942
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 4 No. 1)
8
Gaston "Gasbor" Borgeaud Quelques remarques sur l'emploi du jeu de cartes rangé en chapelet on the use of a stack deck, with marked cards, marking the cards on top, as an out for classic force
Apr. 1942
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 4 No. 4)
4
Dr. Lazlo Rothbart Impossible! Si Stebbins is used but any stack possible
Aug. 1942
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 4 No. 8)
3
Laurie Ireland Laurie Ireland's Blindfold Poker Deal with unknown and selected hole card, tactile marks on side of card
1943
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1943)
21
Theodore Annemann, Al Baker The Al Baker Three Billet Trick three cards that are selected (one thought-of) and written on a billet are divined, stacked deck
Also published here 1944 19
Theodore Annemann, Arthur H. Buckley, Orville Wayne Meyer The Improved Buckley Method full deck stack and billet index
Also published here 1944 97
Theodore Annemann Psychic Slate Test stacked deck and slates
Also published here 1944 185
Theodore Annemann Mind or Muscle? two cards located in spread, third card named, stacked deck and forcing deck
Also published here 1944 268
Dan Bellman Mystic Matching two phases, one deck stacked
Also published here 1944 291
Theodore Annemann New $1000 Test Card Location stacked, risky
Also published here 1944 303
Conrad H. Haden Easy Card Prediction No. 17, chosen card predicted on business card
1944 21
Robert A. Nelson A. T. and T. Telepathy selected card is divined by a called person, freely selected in the phone book
1945 7
Warren Wiersbe Miracle Peek spectator cuts anywhere and remembers card, estimation, fishing, stack
1946 27
W. F. "Rufus" Steele Bridge and Poker Demonstration memory stacking (last cards remaining in each spectators's hand after card-calling are the selections) followed by poker and bridge demo
1946 51
Paul Curry Think of a Card spectator cuts thought-of card to face of stacked deck and then loses it
VariationsAlso published here Aug. 1947
The Phoenix (Issue 132)
532
Milbourne Christopher Mental Miracle chosen card and name are divined
Jan. 1947 286
George C. Engel Guessing Is Fun one card and two chosen words, predictions written on index cards, see p. 320 for comment by Eddie Clever
Mar. 1947
Hugard's Magic Monthly (Vol. 4 No. 10)
299
Arthur H. Buckley X-Ray ungaffed
1948 152
Arthur H. Buckley System two cards chosen and found, interlocking chain shuffles
1948 161
James Auer, Edward Marlo Card Telepathy de Luxe card divination, impromptu version by Ed Marlo
1950
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1950)
23
L. Vosburgh Lyons, James A. Fowler Howdy Knowit! with 27 cards, three piles, performer knows selection and position
Aug. 1950
The Phoenix (Issue 210)
840
Toni Koynini Switch It deck shuffled face-up/face-down, performer sorts cards out behind his back except free selection, deck switch
  • The Basic Switch
  • Switch It
  • Alternative Routine
1951 5
Toni Koynini One Pound Revelation pound note between cardboards, name of free selection appears on note, then card itself appears between boards
  • Alternative Routine - With Borrowed Cards
1951 27
Vynn Boyar Blindfold Miracle Card Stab named card is stabbed after deck has been wrapped in paper, performer blindfolded
1951 1
Audley Walsh Audley's Best edge-marked deck, featuring Audley Walsh's memorized deck order with mnemonics
Dec. 1952
The Phoenix (Issue 270)
1078
Stewart James The Open Prediction #25 stacked deck shuffled (briefly) by spectator, card named, next card predicted and should be dealt as only face-down card
Aug. 1955
Ibidem (Issue 3)
17
P. Howard Lyons The Open Prediction #39 spectator cuts and turns that part over and deals through it, first face-down card left face down
Variations Nov. 1955
Ibidem (Issue 4)
15
Edward Marlo On the Memorized Deck
  • four spectators each cut off a packet, remember the bottom card and shuffle the whole packet, after seeing the faces of the packets for a few seconds, the performer names the cards in all packets leaving the selection to last
  • then any number is named and performer names card at that position and vice versa
  • second deal and poker deal demo if Ireland stack is used
Variations Dec. 1956
Ibidem (Issue 8)
10
Edward Marlo A Miracle with Cards four spectators each cut off a packet, remember the bottom card and shuffle the whole packet, performer looks at each packet and finds the selections, secretly counting the packets, last card from pocket
  • alternative in which the last wrong card changes into selection
Related toVariations Dec. 1956
Ibidem (Issue 8)
11
Edward Marlo For a Single spectator cuts off a packet, remembers the bottom card and shuffles the packet, performer takes packet and finds card, repeats, optional re-stack during location
Dec. 1956
Ibidem (Issue 8)
12
Dr. William Weyeneth Ein guter Witz mit einem gelegten Kartenspiel spectator puts two cards in two pockets, other spectator guesses one and performer divines other one
1957
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 18 No. 4)
521
P. Howard Lyons Psi Stebbins - Method I spectator cuts off a packet, remembers the bottom card and shuffles the whole packet, then reads out all the cards and performer names selections, spectator shuffles packet, remembers new bottom card, puts packet on deck and reads off cards, performer stops at selection
Inspired byRelated toVariations Sep. 1957
Ibidem (Issue 11)
6
P. Howard Lyons Psi Stebbins - Method II deck cut in half, two spectators each remember top card of their half and cut, performer looks at one half and names both cards
Related to Sep. 1957
Ibidem (Issue 11)
6
P. Howard Lyons Psi Stebbins - Method III several cards are peeked at by spectators, performer divines all, consecutive peek riffle force
Related to Sep. 1957
Ibidem (Issue 11)
7
Edward Marlo Mental and Physical
  • #3 of "3 Mental Effects"
card thought of, another selection placed next to it, both found
  • Additional Ideas for Mental and Physical Choice
    • 1. Force
    • 2. Marked Deck
    • 3. Stacked deck
    • 4. One way deck on faces
Inspired byRelated to Sep. 1957
Ibidem (Issue 11)
11
P. Howard Lyons Psi on the Telephone telephone version
Inspired by Sep. 1957
Ibidem (Issue 11)
13
Edward Marlo The Chain Calculator how to calculate position of any card after faro shuffles, memorized deck
Related to 1958 12
Edward Marlo The Memorized Stack a memorized stack from NPO, but only with jokers (as "keys") and faros
1958 31
Edward Marlo Fingertip Miracle three selections, memorized deck, improvisation
Variations 1958 33
Edward Marlo It's Mathematical stay stack principle applied to memorized deck, two effects
Related to 1958 40
Edward Marlo Alternative Procedures stay stack principle applied to memorized deck, see previous item
1958 43
Bert Allerton Tricks With A Stacked Deck
1958 36
Bert Allerton Card Stabbing Trick any named card
Related toVariations 1958 36
Bert Allerton Named Card to Top
1958 37
Bert Allerton Open Index cutting any named card to top
1958 37
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Rusdux Stack
June 1958
The Cardiste (Issue 9)
10
Ken Krenzel It Can't Be handling of two-deck ACAAN method by Raynaly/Baker with cue sheet instead of memorization
Variations 1958 1
Edward Marlo Progressive Miracle using the Half & Half Principle memorized deck as stay stack with calculations, Marlo calls "Stay Stack Principle" the "Half & Half Principle"
Inspired by Dec. 1958
Ibidem (Issue 15)
18
Edward Marlo To Tell the Truth deck faro shuffled, then one half placed face up and one face down on the table, face-up cards key the performer so he can name the face-down ones one by one, memorized deck as stay stack
Dec. 1958
Ibidem (Issue 15)
18
Edward Marlo Calculating Removed Card from memorized deck, card removed and eight faros shuffled in total
Related to Dec. 1958
Ibidem (Issue 15)
19
Edward Marlo Double Thought - Single Deck two cards thought of found, one ahead
  • Stooge Version
  • The Exchange Version
  • The Key Card Version
  • Memory Version
Related toAlso published here 1959 12
Edward Marlo Memory Matcho two decks, one stacked
Variations 1959 29
Eddie Joseph Key Code
  • My Card System
Also published here 1959 14
Eddie Joseph How to Prepare for a Series of Astounding Tricks Through "My System" knowing every card's position and vice versa in a memorized deck
Also published here 1959 16
Eddie Joseph Formula to Find Out Where Any Particular Card Lies in the Pack knowing positions of cards after straight cuts
Also published here 1959 17
Eddie Joseph The Card Fiend deck is cut and dealt out face-down in four rows of thirteen cards each, position of named cards are given, then spectator is directed to pick up cards, they are in new deck order
Also published here 1959 19
Edward Marlo World's Best? spectator's chosen card ends up next to thought-of card, same card is reversed in a second deck
  • alternative method with memorized deck
July 1959
Ibidem (Issue 17)
9
Edward Marlo Rough/Smooth Memorized Deck pairs, deck can be shuffled, any removed card can be identified by other card of the pair, also as set-up for brainwave deck
Dec. 1959
Ibidem (Issue 19)
28
Edward Marlo Vanishing Thought spectator names a card he sees, it vanishes
Dec. 1959
Ibidem (Issue 19)
28
Jochen Zmeck Ein "TUWIT"-Effekt two decks, performer and spectator have each other choose and pocket a card, they match
1960 32
Dai Vernon Matching Any Number of Cards any number of cards is selected and found from another shuffled deck
1961 71
Edward Marlo Spur of the Moment named card is reversed and odd-backed, ends with normal cards
  • The Obvious Method (pocket index)
  • [unnamed]
  • The Memory Method
  • The Concentrate Method
  • Concentrate Again
  • Swivel Change Method (optional red/blue double backer, sticky)
  • The Chute Method (a card is dropped through sleeve from inside pocket)
May 1962
Ibidem (Issue 25)
14
Edward Marlo Double Brainwave named or in some methods chosen card is reversed and odd-backed, missing card found reversed in second deck
  • The Commercial Version (two brainwave decks)
  • Second Method - Mnemonic Version
  • Third Method - Pre/set Version
  • Fourth Method - Impromptu Version
  • Fifth Method - Flip Action (4th Switch) Method (for Flip Action Switch see Linking Ring, Sept. 1959, p. 74)
Related toVariations May 1962
Ibidem (Issue 25)
20
Edward Marlo Thought Determinator "Is your card in this pile?", memorized deck, faro
Related to 1964 21
Edward Marlo The Marlo Peek Deck marked deck, memorized deck
1964 41
Edward Marlo Thought Togetherness performer and spectator thinks of a card, they are next to each other, memorized deck, faro
1964 42
C. "Cajano" Baumgartner Mein Kartentrick simple card divination, two methods
1964
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 25 No. 1&2)
26
Verall Wass Two of a Kind Repeated two decks, spectator and performer place some card in pockets and they always remove matching cards
1965
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 26 No. 3)
46
Hans "Severus" Ernst Das mathematische Spiel stacked deck for 36 cards, mathematical procedure on each card to know card that follows
1965
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 26 No. 4)
58
Douglas Francis Gedankenblitze spectator divines two selections
1965
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 26 No. 5)
78
Rolf Andra Raten contra Wissen top and bottom cards are placed inside spectator's pockets, spectator guesses one, performer divines second card, third card is divined as climax
1966
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 27 No. 1)
9
Peter Kane The Blank Thought Deck blank deck, spectator thinks of any card, performer removes a blank card, all cards get faces and isolated card is thought-of one
Variations 1967 1
Alan Keith Your Card Sir! two methods, memorized deck and new pack order
1968 74
Edward Marlo Marked Memory marking numerical stack number of memorized deck instead of card value
Jan. 1968 152
Frank Lane The Pellet Trick three cards chosen and written on pellets, performer divines them
Also published here Feb. 1968 161
Theodore Annemann Das Riesen-Gedächtnis shuffled deck is memorized by performer
Also published here 1968
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 29 No. 3)
55
Edward Marlo, Millard Lichter Latest Spectator's Open Prediction memorized deck, psychological force with divination out
  • Method 14
Related to Fall 1969
Hierophant (Issue 1)
20
Edward Marlo Mental Lie thought-of card, spectator reads cards, performer catches lie, three methods
1969 45
Allan Ackerman The Programmed Deck always dealing into two piles and eliminating one pile, last card is named selection, Named Tantalizer
Related toVariations 1970 36
Brian Jordan Your Thot without exchanging decks
Dec. 1970 388
Edward Marlo The Chicago Miracle packet cut off and counted down, three methods (memorized deck, impromptu, Si Stebbins)
Fall-Spring 1971
Hierophant (Issue 5-6)
294
Paul LePaul Baffling-Impossibility memorized deck and stooge
1971 48
Mel Brown Brain-Stack free selection, duplicate reversed in other deck
1971 51
Marvin Johnson Speaking of the Clock...
1971 9
David Douglas Tennessee Swindle ... or 'Hello Cousin' two decks, cards is revealed and predicted, reversed in second deck
Also published here 1972
Magick (Issue 48)
237
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Note No. 183, torn and restored card with card at freely counted-to position
Variations 1972 45
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Psycho Supreme No. 214, thought-of card predicted on business card
1972 53
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's - Nikola Index Gag No. 215, number named, card at position remembered (always even), performer steals card from index (only even cards), seems to be a prediction here
Variations 1972 53
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Variation Of Nikola Spelling No. 231, spelling to any named card
Inspired by 1972 58
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Note - 7) No. 247-7, position of selection named
1972 62
Charles T. Jordan Jordan Set-Up Deck (Nikola) No. 393
Variations 1972 108
Variation For 2 Billet Burning Trick No. 463, trick in which number and card are written on billets apparently, and then the complement found in memorized deck, unclear
1972 130
Do As I Do With One Nikola Deck No. 510, thought-of card by performer is found by spectator, and selection by spectator found by performer
1972 142
Al Baker Al Baker's Nikola Miracle No. 627, number free, card forced from a second deck
Also published here 1972 174
Al Baker Al Baker's Nikola Gag No. 628, knowing how many cards are cut off after fair cuts
Related to 1972 175
Dr. Jacob Daley Roterberg Thought Foretold No. 690, deck divided in four piles, one chose, all cards divined and predicted
Related to 1972 187
Dr. Jacob Daley Roterberg Memory Feat No. 695, trick in which the performer re-orders the cards face-down into numerical order
Inspired by 1972 187
Karl Fulves A Gaffed Card Case gaffed case to mark position in deck as it is dumped out of the case, no actual cut, ACAAN application, perhaps memdeck
Related to 1973 21
Simon Aronson Some People Think interlocking chains
Also published here Aug. 1973
Kabbala — Volume 2 (Vol. 2 No. 8)
58
Simon Aronson Lie Sleuth several lies detected, missing card in pocket known, interlocking chains
VariationsAlso published here Aug. 1973
Kabbala — Volume 2 (Vol. 2 No. 8)
59
Simon Aronson Group Shuffle three cards, no touch possible
Inspired byAlso published here Aug. 1973
Kabbala — Volume 2 (Vol. 2 No. 8)
60
Karl Fulves Reconstruction performer gives deck several honest riffle shuffles, then spectator remembers card and its position, then several more honest riffle shuffles, position named and card found, interesting (also in Ibidem)
Related toVariations 1973 83
Robert (Bob) Hess Focal Point one of ten cards, OOSOOM
Inspired by
  • Hull's "Mental Discernment"
Variations
May 1973 625
Francis J. Baker Alpha Card Act
  • First Trick (spectator choses card from one deck, performer from another, they match)
  • Second Trick (spectator initials card on back, performer the Three of Hearts on face, but later the Nine of Hearts is initialed on face and on back)
  • Third Trick (two cards reversed in two decks match)
June 1973 629
Gene Nielsen Swindled!!! two decks, spectator turns card over in his deck, same card is turned over in other deck
1973
Magick (Issue 88)
439
Alma Voyage d'une Carte packet is cut card selected and rest placed in pocket, amount of cards is pocket and chosen card are divined, then selection travels to cards in pocket
Also published here
  • Alma's "Nouveautés Cartomagiques"
1973
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 34 No. 3)
41
Philip T. Goldstein Ancient Las Vegas Pulse-Reading removed card is divined by pulse reading four times
1974 4
Karl Fulves Controlled Triumph any named card, memorized deck
1975 33
Karl Fulves Named Trap card sandwiched in beginning turns out to be named card
1975 97
Pat Hennessy Pat Hennesy's Any Card memorized deck with memory aid system, used for Allerton's Card Stab
Related toAlso published here
  • "Any Card" in Charlie Miller's Magicana column in "Genii"
1975 136
Arranged Prediction mis-calling prediction in case the classic or table spread force fails
1975 24
Marked Cards Plus cutting named card to top, stacked and marked
1975 27
Mental Divination tear in top of case allows glimpse of bottom card of cased deck
Related to
  • an item in The Gen
Also published here
1975 18
Olof Jonsson, Al Mann Sensative Finger Tips and X-Ray Eyes performer removes named card from face down spread
1976 33
Burling Hull Volta's Giant "ESP" Thot Projection deck with twenty-five symbols/designs, spectators cut off a small pile each and remember bottom card, key cards brought openly to bottom with a ruse
1976 34
Rolf Andra Korrekt! deck cut behind back to select a card
1976
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 37 No. 1)
26
Rudolf Braunmüller Noch eine Idee several spectators cut off a pile from an ESP deck and remember bottom card, performer divines each, marked and stacked
Dec. 1977
Intermagic (Vol. 4 No. 4)
148
Frederick Braue Simpatico spectator removes card from one deck, duplicate found from other deck via stop trick
Also published here 1978 30
Karl Fulves Psi-X cut and shuffle procedure, only selection (probably) at stack position afterwards
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1978
The Chronicles (Issue 10)
1161
Jack Yates Jack's Pack stack in which position of every card can be calculated with formula and vice versa ("Reversing the Process")
1978 2
Jack Yates Effect mnemonicosis type effect, card is named and located by various means, "In a way, it becomes rather like Dai Vernon's 'Trick that cannot be explained'"
1978 2
Jack Yates, Ken De Courcy Notes by the Editor
  • Keep the Sequence
  • False Shuffles and Cuts
  • With Two People
  • Short Corner
1978 5
Ken De Courcy By Age forcing the card that lies at spectator's age
1978 6
Ken De Courcy "Age Cards" Addition binary number cards, card named and number cards that total its position removed and added
1978 6
Ken De Courcy As a Location System using the stack as an open index, with optional corner shorts at regular intervals
1978 7
Doug Edwards Star Trik
Inspired by 1978 34
Simon Aronson General Observations on the Memorized Deck on memorizing a deck, difficulties, assumptions
Also published here 1978 88
Simon Aronson Selected Bibliography on the Memorized Deck
1978 94
Simon Aronson Four Stop Intersection four spectators cut to cards, all shuffled, performer deals through cards face up and stops at selections
Also published here 1978 100
Simon Aronson Histed Heisted matrix card divination, last card predicted
Inspired by
  • "The Miracle Divination" (Louis Histed, The Magic of Louis S. Histed)
Related toVariationsAlso published here
1978 104
Simon Aronson S-D Plus (or, "Notes on the S-D Location")
three phases
Inspired byAlso published here 1978 111
Simon Aronson Center Cut Location spectator pulls out packet from center and remembers bottom card
VariationsAlso published here 1978 117
John F. Mendoza An Old Card Trick Made New spectator cuts off packet, remembers bottom card, shuffles and deal packet in three piles, card immediately named
Related to 1979 94
Philip T. Goldstein Cue Stick card is selected and divined, notepad with wax
1979
Magick (Issue 224)
1117
Terry Nosek Psi-Peek dynamics of tossed out deck, four cards are divined
1979
Magick (Issue 227)
1133
Leslie Anderson Chance! named card is found on position which is the same number as the price written on the box
Related to 1979
Magick (Issue 232)
1157
Paul Rylander Sight Unseen divination of three cards
1979
Magick (Issue 237)
1183
Bill Coomer Card-X prediction of multiple cards
1979
Magick (Issue 245)
1222
Simon Aronson 3. Memorizing the Aronson Stack tips and mnemonic system for the Aronson stack
Also published here 1979 16
Simon Aronson Selected Bibliography on Memorized Deck Magic
Also published here 1979 32