the spirit mathematician \n no. 2, half deck in performer's pocket, card with same suit and cards who add up to same domination as selection are produced, binary (ace, two, four, eight) \n charles t. jordan \n the secret mathematician \n charles t. jordan \n arthur finley \n the complementary cards \n nate leipzig \n double time in spiritland \n stewart james \n the spirit mathematician \n charles t. jordan \n the spirit mathematician \n charles t. jordan
1920
ten new impromptu card tricks
Charles T. Jordan

The Spirit Mathematician

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1920


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the secret mathematician \n from any named card the performer removes a card with same suit and cards that add up to the value from pocketed deck, binary, spelled "findley" \n charles t. jordan \n arthur finley \n the spirit mathematician \n charles t. jordan \n findley's fourcard trick \n arthur finley
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks
Charles T. Jordan, Arthur Finley

The Secret Mathematician

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1937


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the secret mathematician  variation \n \n howard albright \n the secret mathematician \n charles t. jordan \n arthur finley
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks
Howard Albright

The Secret Mathematician  Variation

Inspired by

1937


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the conjurer's touch \n deck in performer's pocket, he produces any suit and value on command \n unknown \n ahead of the game \n mick ayres
1942
tarbell course in magic — volume 2

The Conjurer's Touch

Variations

1942


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the selective touch \n finding matching cards from pocket for any named card, binary four card setup that combines to any card \n unknown \n finish 52 \n benjamin earl
1948
the royal road to card magic

The Selective Touch

Variations

1948


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the complementary cards \n no. 130, card with same suit and cards who add up to the value as thoughtof card are produced from performer's pocket. uses a,2,4,6 (instead of standard a,2,4,8). \n nate leipzig \n the spirit mathematician \n charles t. jordan \n complementary out \n steve beam \n don morris
1950
scarne on card tricks
Nate Leipzig

The Complementary Cards

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1950


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double time in spiritland \n performer puts four cards in a glass, spectator chooses any card, performer removes cards that add up to its value form the glass, remaining cards in glass added and that number counted down and the arrivedcard added, that number predicted \n stewart james \n the spirit mathematician \n charles t. jordan \n coloracle \n stewart james
1954
first call to cards
Stewart James

Double Time in Spiritland

Inspired byVariations

1954


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coloracle \n combination of previous two tricks \n stewart james \n double time in spiritland \n stewart james \n the square deal \n stewart james
1954
first call to cards
Stewart James

Coloracle

Inspired by

1954


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findley's fourcard trick \n four cards secretly placed in pocket as prediction, pull out the necessary cards to form suit and value (using binary system) \n arthur finley \n the secret mathematician \n charles t. jordan \n arthur finley
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Arthur Finley

Findley's FourCard Trick

Also published here

1956


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el fabuloso tacto del mago \n shuffled deck in bag, a card is named and performer removes several cards which add up to named card and first card is from same suit, binary fivecard setup that combines to any card \n juan tamariz \n dr. alfredo florensa
1973
aprenda ud. magia
Juan Tamariz, Dr. Alfredo Florensa

El Fabuloso Tacto del Mago

1973


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the spirit mathematician \n half deck in performer's pocket, card with same suit and cards who add up to same domination as selection are produced, binary (ace, two, four, eight) \n charles t. jordan \n the spirit mathematician \n charles t. jordan
1975
charles t. jordan: collected tricks
Charles T. Jordan

The Spirit Mathematician

Also published here

1975


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the spirit mathematician \n no. 12, half deck in performer's pocket, card with same suit and cards who add up to same domination as selection are produced, binary (ace, two, four, eight) \n charles t. jordan \n the spirit mathematician \n charles t. jordan
1992
charles jordan's best card tricks
Charles T. Jordan

The Spirit Mathematician

Also published here

1992


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a bit of thinking \n any card named, magician pulls out cards representing the card (suit, value) from the deck  binary ace two four eight \n doug edwards
1997
doug edwards packs a wallop!
Doug Edwards

A Bit Of Thinking

1997


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an overview of complete deck stacks \n  new deck stacks
 ordered values stacks
 ordered suit stacks
 grouped value stacks
 grouped suit stacks
 pair stacks
 divided stacks
 the redblack divided stack
 the mixed suit divided stack
 the highlow divided stack
 the curlnocurl divided stack
 the oddeven divided stack
 the oddeven divided stack with mixed colors
 the oddeven divided stack with mixed suits
 the oneeyed and twoeyed divided stack
 redblack stacks
 pointer stacks
 reflected stacks
 matched setups
 onetwofoureight stacks
 forcing stacks
 cardforcing stacks
 numberforcing stacks
 wordforcing stacks
 stacks used for revelations
 counting and spelling stacks
 storytelling stacks
 gambling demonstration stacks
 solitaire stacks
 other stacks
 summary \n martin joyal
1997
the sixhour memorized deck
Martin Joyal

An Overview of Complete Deck Stacks

1997


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name a card location \n any card is named, performer looks in which half it is in the deck, performer then produces cards that total to its position \n dai vernon
2001
genii
Dai Vernon

Name a Card Location

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ahead of the game \n prediction in pocket, cards add up to find position of selection \n mick ayres \n the conjurer's touch \n unknown
2004
semiautomatic card tricks — volume 5
Mick Ayres

Ahead of the Game

Inspired by

2004


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because the cards know \n "the acetwofoureight divination", thought of card divined via other cards in pocket, binary, card optionally transformed into selection \n roberto giobbi
2013
the art of switching decks
Roberto Giobbi

Because the Cards Know

2013


55



finish 52 \n finding matching cards from pocket for any named card, then taking all cards except selection from pocket, binary fivecard setup that combines to any card \n benjamin earl \n the selective touch \n unknown \n the smiling mule \n roy walton \n pocket mule \n andi gladwin
2015
f for fiction
Benjamin Earl

Finish 52

Inspired byRelated to

2015


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