the 52 card trick \n thoughtof card ends up at named number up to thirteen, matrix dealing elimination process \n unknown
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks
Unknown

The 52 Card Trick

1937

Encyclopedia of Card Tricks

182



the card chosen by elimination \n \n edward g. brown
1973
the card magic of edward g. brown
Edward G. Brown

The Card Chosen by Elimination

1973

The Card Magic of Edward G. Brown

190



lucky 13 \n prime principle force, small packet counted to named number until only one card remains \n george sands \n lucky 13 force \n george sands \n prime time \n george sands \n the eliminator \n nick trost \n reverse bank nite \n george sands \n prime choice  e.s.p. \n george sands \n pateo variation \n karl fulves \n prime force \n george sands \n prime choice \n george sands \n card roulette \n karl fulves \n lucky 13 \n george sands \n stebbins clock \n karl fulves \n what's in a name? \n karl fulves \n lucky digits \n steve beam \n alpha male \n steve beam \n lucky, lucky, lucky \n lewis jones
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 910
George Sands

Lucky 13

Related toVariations Prime Time (George Sands, 1975)
 The Eliminator (Nick Trost, 1997)
 Reverse Bank Nite (George Sands, 1978)
 Prime Choice  E.S.P. (George Sands, 1978)
 Prime Choice (George Sands, 1978)
 Stebbins Clock (Karl Fulves, 1998)
 Alpha Male (Steve Beam, 2002)
 Lucky, Lucky, Lucky (Lewis Jones, 2004)
Also published here

Aug. 1975

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 10 No. 10)

1035



prime time \n all clubs in packet, counting procedure, king always remains \n george sands \n lucky 13 \n george sands
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 910
George Sands

Prime Time

Inspired by

Aug. 1975

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 10 No. 10)

1039



prime choice  e.s.p. \n six pieces of paper, prediction on one, esp symbols or something else on the other pieces, then lucky 13 prime force \n george sands \n lucky 13 \n george sands
1978
the chronicles
George Sands

Prime Choice  E.S.P.

Inspired by

1978

The Chronicles
(Issue 4)

1101



prime choice \n "two tricks"
packet of thirteen cards, selection is the last one facedown after counting procedure \n george sands \n lucky 13 \n george sands \n prime choice \n dr. jacob daley \n george sands
1978
the chronicles
George Sands

Prime Choice

Inspired byAlso published here

1978

The Chronicles
(Issue 8)

1137



espell \n three times word esp is spelled, to find esp cards, elimination spelling \n howard a. adams
1979
oicufesp
Howard A. Adams

ESPell

1979

OICUFESP
(Issue 1  ten brand new esp card miracles)

12



spell a design \n spectator spells name of selected esp card to find mate, elimination spelling \n howard a. adams
1979
oicufesp
Howard A. Adams

Spell A Design

1979

OICUFESP
(Issue 1  ten brand new esp card miracles)

15



major minor \n prediction of two chosen esp cards \n howard a. adams
1980
oicufesp
Howard A. Adams

Major Minor

1980

OICUFESP
(Issue 3  FURTHER brand new esp card miracles)

8



lucky 13 \n no. 32, prime principle force, small packet counted to named number until only one card remains \n george sands \n lucky 13 \n george sands
1983
selfworking number magic
George Sands

Lucky 13

Also published here

1983

SelfWorking Number Magic

53



elimination prediction \n deck dealt into four piles, one chosen, some more dealing and choosing until one card remains, predicted \n randy tanner \n elimination prediction \n randy tanner
1993
card file
Randy Tanner

Elimination Prediction

Also published here

1993

Card File

65



the lie detector \n no. 4, elevencard packet, red or black spelled from top to bottom and next card put down, continued until one card remains which is selection \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic
Karl Fulves

The Lie Detector

1995

Easy Magic

5



what's in a name? \n no. 8, name is spelled in elevencard packet and last card turned over, repeated until one card remains, it is the only oddcolored one \n karl fulves \n lucky 13 \n george sands
1995
easy magic
Karl Fulves

What's in a Name?

Related to

1995

Easy Magic

10



psychic calculator \n george sands's prime number principle \n peter duffie
1997
n.d.e. — a near deck experience
Peter Duffie

Psychic Calculator

1997

N.D.E. — A Near Deck Experience

16



stebbins clock \n clock layout, one card turned over and put in center, counting procedure with the value and last card on count always turned over, remaining card forced \n karl fulves \n lucky 13 \n george sands \n informant \n karl fulves \n chronometer cards \n mitsunobu matsuyama \n martin gardner
1998
the fine print
Karl Fulves

Stebbins Clock

Inspired byRelated to

1998

The Fine Print
(Issue 7)

176



handy \n packet tricks with five alphabet cards, spelling hand and a hand one one card, sands prime number principle \n peter duffie
1998
covert concepts
Peter Duffie

Handy

1998

Covert Concepts

11



elimination prediction \n deck dealt into four piles, one chosen, some more dealing and choosing until one card remains, predicted \n randy tanner \n elimination prediction \n randy tanner
1999
cunning card miracles
Randy Tanner

Elimination Prediction

Also published here

1999

Cunning Card Miracles

12



prime force \n \n george sands \n lucky 13 \n george sands
2000
lost vampire secrets
George Sands

Prime Force

Related to

2000

Lost Vampire Secrets

202



card roulette \n no. 19, two cards chosen by two spectators from small packet, cards counted through and spectators' cards do not show up, prime principle \n karl fulves \n lucky 13 \n george sands
2001
my best selfworking card tricks
Karl Fulves

Card Roulette

Related to

2001

My Best SelfWorking Card Tricks

38



don't bet on it \n game in which the spectator eliminates cards based on color distribution in pairs, he always ends up with one card \n karl fulves \n survivor \n karl fulves
2001
charlatan
Karl Fulves

Don't Bet On It

Inspired by

2001

Charlatan
(Issue 6)

74



survivor \n game in which pairs of an odd number of cards are eliminated until one card remains, it is the card of the color that had an odd number of cards in the original packet \n karl fulves \n survivor principle \n karl fulves \n don't bet on it \n karl fulves
2001
discoverie
Karl Fulves

Survivor

Related toVariations

2001

Discoverie
(Issue 6)

74



halve it your way \n deck is split in two groups and always one half eliminated, selection remains, several versions \n marty kane \n precision division \n marty kane \n divide and conjure! \n marty kane \n he whose half lasts \n jerry k. hartman
2002
semiautomatic card tricks — volume 4
Marty Kane

Halve It Your Way

Inspired byVariations

2002

SemiAutomatic Card Tricks — Volume 4

67



lucky digits \n small packet counted to named number until only one card remains \n steve beam \n lucky 13 \n george sands
2002
semiautomatic card tricks — volume 4
Steve Beam

Lucky Digits

Related to

2002

SemiAutomatic Card Tricks — Volume 4

177



lucky, lucky, lucky \n prime principle force, small packet counted to named number until selection appears, as bar bet \n lewis jones \n lucky 13 \n george sands \n odd man in \n steve beam
2004
semiautomatic card tricks — volume 5
Lewis Jones

Lucky, Lucky, Lucky

Inspired byVariations

2004

SemiAutomatic Card Tricks — Volume 5

70



odd man in \n with blank cards, as a bar bet trick \n steve beam \n lucky, lucky, lucky \n lewis jones
2004
semiautomatic card tricks — volume 5
Steve Beam

Odd Man In

Inspired by

2004

SemiAutomatic Card Tricks — Volume 5

73



survivor principle \n chapter 13
principle in which pairs of an odd number of cards are eliminated until one card remains, it is the card of the color that had an odd number of cards in the original packet \n karl fulves \n survivor \n karl fulves
2004
diamonds from coal
Karl Fulves

Survivor Principle

Related to

2004

Diamonds from Coal

115



a known survivor \n prediction with survivor principle \n peter duffie \n robin robertson
2004
diamonds from coal
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

A Known Survivor

2004

Diamonds from Coal

115



soulmate survivor \n packet of cards, one pocketed by spectator, after survivor principle elimination the mate remains \n peter duffie \n robin robertson
2004
diamonds from coal
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

SoulMate Survivor

2004

Diamonds from Coal

117



xequivoque concept \n magician provides labels for unknown groups of cards based on his secret knowledge of what/where the selection is, forcing spectator to choose to eliminate precisely what is necessary, see reference on p. 346 \n marty kane
2007
card dupery
Marty Kane

XEquivoque concept

2007

Card Dupery

348



eforce & edeals \n on eliminationforces and eliminationdeals
 1. edeal / 2 (tantalizer deal)
 turboversions (tantalizer deal with multiple cards at a time)
 2. edeals / heap elimination
 3. edeal / antifaro
 applied on different amounts of card e.g. "spectator hands you a packet" \n lennart green
2008
the green northern lights magic
Lennart Green

EForce & EDeals

2008

The Green Northern Lights Magic

46



the scanning \n elimination procedure alternative for oracle type location \n lennart green \n oracle \n karl fulves
2008
the green northern lights magic
Lennart Green

The Scanning

Related to

2008

The Green Northern Lights Magic

47



müller/avis dealing procedure \n top four cards presented, chosen one dealt, rest placed underneath, repeated \n reinhard müller \n jack avis \n out of the escorial ii \n reinhard müller \n magical sucuba \n jack avis
2009
subtle card creations — volume 2
Reinhard Müller, Jack Avis

Müller/Avis Dealing Procedure

Related to

2009

Subtle Card Creations — Volume 2

407



about the principle \n on richard bangs suit yourself and the principle behind it \n steve beam \n suit yourself surpassed \n richard bangs
2020
semiautomatic card tricks — volume 12
Steve Beam

About the Principle

Inspired by

2020

SemiAutomatic Card Tricks — Volume 12

289



sympathy fantastique \n card cut to, cards of same value found while peeling off top and bottom cards repeatedly until one remains, then all cards end up mated \n paul gallagher \n encore card stab \n al koran
2021
genii
Paul Gallagher

Sympathy Fantastique

Inspired by

Mar. 2021

Genii
(Vol. 84 No. 3)

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