the letter-mailing mystery\nno. 7, stack of chips with numbers, set of envelopes, envelope and postage chosen with stack of chips are divined\ncharles t. jordan
1920
ten new miscellaneous tricks Charles T. Jordan

The Letter-Mailing Mystery

No. 7, stack of chips with numbers, set of envelopes, envelope and postage chosen with stack of chips are divined

color waves\nfive chips with dots of different colors, performer removes named color from pocket without looking\nbrainerd baker
1939
chap's scrapbook Brainerd Baker

Color Waves

five chips with dots of different colors, performer removes named color from pocket without looking

call it a puzzle\nsix discs with a different sign on each side are thrown and turned over while spelling a word, then one disc is hidden and performer turns back, he reveals which side is up on the hidden disc\nl. vosburgh lyons\nunder-hand coin\ngerald kosky\nthe 'snappy' thirteen cent trick\nbob hummer
1942
the phoenix 1-50 L. Vosburgh Lyons

Call It A Puzzle

six discs with a different sign on each side are thrown and turned over while spelling a word, then one disc is hidden and performer turns back, he reveals which side is up on the hidden disc

liars!\nthree poker chips with a different stamps on it are selected, one of three spectators has to lie the other two tell the truth, performer knows who has which chip\ntommy dowd\nan idea of jack vosburgh's "more than a trick"
1945
the phoenix 51-100 Tommy Dowd

Liars!

three poker chips with a different stamps on it are selected, one of three spectators has to lie the other two tell the truth, performer knows who has which chip

hummer tricks\nhummer's poker chip trick: numbered poker chips, magician can divine sum of the numbers on three concealed poker chips\nbob hummer
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Bob Hummer

Hummer Tricks

Hummer's Poker Chip Trick: numbered poker chips, magician can divine sum of the numbers on three concealed poker chips

'test' conditions\nnumber on poker chip is divined, in rattle box\nsid fleischman\nrobert "bob" j. gunther
1975
the compleat magick - volume ii Sid Fleischman, Robert "Bob" J. Gunther

odd man out!\nseven poker chips, two have an x on one side, spectator selects three and performer predicts how many marked chips are among them\nphilip t. goldstein
1977
the compleat magick - volume ii Philip T. Goldstein

Odd Man Out!

seven poker chips, two have an X on one side, spectator selects three and performer predicts how many marked chips are among them

chips\nfour poker chips with different colors in performer's pocket, one is selected by spectator and divined, see also p. 1120 for ideas by orville meyer\nburton s. sperber
1979
the compleat magick - volume iii Burton S. Sperber

Chips

four poker chips with different colors in performer's pocket, one is selected by spectator and divined, see also p. 1120 for ideas by Orville Meyer

silver and gold\nvarious parity effects (six routines) inspired by bob hummer's work with numbered chips and small metal cups\npaul swinford\nbob hummer
1980
arcane Paul Swinford, Bob Hummer

Silver and Gold

various parity effects (six routines) inspired by Bob Hummer's work with numbered chips and small metal cups

hummer's poker chip baffle\nsix poker chips with numbers on each side, spectator can turn them while performer's back is turned and then cover three chips, performer names numbers covered\nbob hummer\nthe new math miracle\nlarry becker
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

Hummer's Poker Chip Baffle

six poker chips with numbers on each side, spectator can turn them while performer's back is turned and then cover three chips, performer names numbers covered

grand strategy\ncolor chip chosen by spectator, scrambled cube solved by performer blindfolded, first chosen color then rest, cube really brute-force solved\ndennis marks\ngrand strategy\ndennis marks
1981
the compleat magick — volume iii Dennis Marks

Grand Strategy

color chip chosen by spectator, scrambled cube solved by performer blindfolded, first chosen color then rest, cube really brute-force solved

crossroader\npoker chips chosen from two cups, high number wins, audience decides who wins in the long run\nkarl fulves
1991
swindle & cheat Karl Fulves

Crossroader

poker chips chosen from two cups, high number wins, audience decides who wins in the long run

square numbers\ncolumns and rows in magic square as nontransitive set with special properties, applied to chips game
- the basic squares
- alien numbers
- twofer
- advantage player\nkarl fulves
1991
swindle & cheat Karl Fulves

Square Numbers

columns and rows in magic square as nontransitive set with special properties, applied to chips game
- The Basic Squares
- Alien Numbers
- Twofer
- Advantage Player

chipper\ncard at number, four poker chips with numbers, two decks\nphilip t. goldstein\nchoices\nsimon aronson
2002
flaunting five fanciful formulae Philip T. Goldstein

Chipper

card at number, four poker chips with numbers, two decks

chip gyp\nspectator takes a number of poker chips, rest counted and digits added, some more chips given to other spectators, performer divines how many which spectator has\n unknown
2010
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Chip Gyp

spectator takes a number of poker chips, rest counted and digits added, some more chips given to other spectators, performer divines how many which spectator has