211 entries in Cards / Principles / Duplicates / Pseudo & Impromptu Duplicate
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Eights as Sevens
1876 49
The Inseparable Sevens Eights as Sevens, robbers
1876 77
Eights as Sevens show fan of Eights as Sevens
1889 92
Das verwandelte As No. 5, black Aces and Ace of Diamonds shown, those three cards given to spectator, Diamonds changed to Hearts, pip covered by black Aces so Ace of Hearts poses as Diamonds, Ace appears to be in the center which makes covering unclear
Related to 1895 7
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Die unsichtbare Reise - Second Method without duplicate, Seven/Eight of Diamonds as pseudo duplicates
Nov. 1895
Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 1 No. 3)
40
Das desertierte und wiedereingefangene Ass four Aces shown and lost in deck by spectator, one Ace disappears and travels to spectator's pocket, Diamond spot card masks as Ace with other pips covered by other Aces
Related to 1896 23
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Karten-Changements two cards underneath separate hats or plates transpose, three methods:
  • I. duplicate
  • II. pseudo duplicate by covering a pip (Conradi-Horster)
  • III. double facers
1896 45
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Die Verwandlung der vier Point-Acht-Karten four spectators each take a card, they're the Eights, those then change to Sevens and the Eights are back in the deck, impromptu double-enders
Related to 1896 54
Der Bube als "enfant terrible" four cards selected, they're the Eights, Eights held by spectator, four other cards placed on table, Eights returned into deck, cards on table turn out to be three Eights and a Jack, jack transformed into missing Eight and four Jacks produced from pocket
Related to 1896 84
Nine as Ace pseudo duplicate
1897 134
Singular Transposition two cards travel from middle to bottom, two methods (pseudo duplicate pairs)
1897 182
Die unsichtbare Wanderung No. 8, black Aces and Ace of Diamonds shown, all shuffled in deck, Ace of Diamonds travels to mechanical card case prop, Ace of Hearts poses as Ace of Diamonds between black Aces
Related to 1900 75
Die verwandelte Karte No. 11, four Aces shown, one transforms into Nine of Diamonds, other Diamond pips covered by other Aces
1900 161
The Acme of Control old effect with pair of pseudo duplicates
1902 197
S. W. Erdnase The Three Aces Ace of Hearts poses as Diamonds, distributed Aces are together after one cut
Related to 1902 202
Showing Ace of Hearts as Diamonds black Aces in front of Ace of Hearts at an angle so only the tip of the heart can be seen simulating a Diamond
June 1904
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 6)
86
Der magnetische Künstler two cards put in center and reproduced at once (from top), Seven/Eight of Clubs and Spades
Apr. 1904
Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 4 No. 4)
52
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Impromptu Double Ender Sevens shown as Eights
1910 16
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli Sie spottet der Fessel. No. 5
  • 1. Der Kartenflüchtling (Ace vanishes from deck and appears inside envelope, pip covered by black Aces so Ace of Hearts poses as Diamonds)
  • 2. Die Karte als Ausbrecher (deck is encircled with rubber band, bottom card vanishes under handkerchief and appears in spectator's pocket)
1926 21
Jack Merlin Fake Runn Up three Aces for four hands, fourth already set
VariationsAlso published here 1927/28 7
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli Zwei getrennte Karten vereinigen sich im Spiel two cards end up together in the middle of the deck, pair of pseudo duplicates
1930 69
Ralph W. Hull Two/Three of Diamonds pseudo duplicates for ambitious card phase
1932 5
Theodore Annemann The Card Doctor
1937 24
The Slap Trick card comes to top, Seven vs. Eight impromptu duplicate
1937 337
Theodore Annemann The Card Doctor
1939 13
The Omnipresent Eight
1940 287
Martin Gardner Eye-Pop Routine two selections reverse in the center, then travel back to top, pseudo duplicates
Related to 1940 18
Dai Vernon Ducy-Ducy sandwiched selection transposes with card in performer's pocket, Seven/Eight pseudo duplicate
VariationsAlso published here 1946 27
Martin Gardner, Johnny Albenice, Bert Feinson Cross Suits No. 99, two cards reverse in the center, then travel back to the top
Related to 1950 189
Impromptu Duplicate Three as Ace
1953 42
3mal dasselbe brief explanation of two tricks
  • same card is selected by two people by counting and dealing
  • two cards lost in the deck end up on the bottom
Also published here
  • in "Triks"
1953
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 14 No. 3)
120
Cy Endfield Pip-Misshow Three as Ace
1955 22
Edward Marlo, Carmen D'Amico Doubly Ambitious two cards come to top repeatedly, D'Amico Spread application
Variations 1956 10
Brother John Hamman The Hand is Quicker than the Eye transposition as surprise
1958 10
Edward Marlo A Variation to a Sixy Effect variation of the ending with a pocket transfer sequence, passing a Nine as a Six
Inspired byRelated to Dec. 1958
Ibidem (Issue 15)
8
Lin Searles The Slow-Motion Crooked Straight fake false dealing from all parts of deck, pseudo mate pairs
1959 3
Bill Elliott Spirit of '76 - or '67? performer explains pseudo duplicate effect with a black Six and Seven, ambitious phase, sucker explanation in which the lost pair comes to top as well
June 1960
Ibidem (Issue 21)
2
Three as Ace Display
1961 16
Edward Marlo The Ambitious Four face of ambitious card is (partially) shown each time it is inserted in the center
Dec. 1961
Ibidem (Issue 24)
14
Edward Marlo The Open Travelers
Variations Dec. 1962
The New Phoenix (Issue 375)
329
Lin Searles The Open Prediction, What Else! with two pseudo-duplicates as convincers
Sep. 1962
Ibidem (Issue 26)
22
Edward Marlo Play Me Another Tune
Oct. 1962
Ibidem (Issue 27)
15
Three as Ace
1967 7
Peter Kane Miss-Show Principle Seven as Six as it is inserted in fan
1967 9
Edward Marlo, Ralph W. Hull Fingertip Tear no duplicate
1970 108
Edward Marlo Reverse Fan Misshow two cards
Spring 1970
Hierophant (Issue 3)
159
Edward Marlo Jump-Jump Aces extra Three of Diamonds as pseudo Ace
Related toVariations 1971 31
Three as Ace Misshow
Jan. 1971
Kabbala — Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 1)
2
Picture Card Pseudo Duplicate
Related to
  • p. 142 for credits
July 1972
Epilogue (Issue 15 (Part 1))
123
Dai Vernon The Eight in the Side Pocket transpo in pocket
Also published here
  • "The Eight In The Side Pocket" (Dai Vernon, Genii, March 1941)
1972 74
Jack Merlin Jack Merlin's Fake Riffle Run Up No. 358, three Aces for four hands, fourth already set
Also published here 1972 101
Merlin 3 Card 4 Hand Poker Deal Improvement No. 495, three Tens for four hands, fourth already set
Inspired by 1972 137
6D as 7D
1973 98
Lin Searles Prophet out-of-hand selection procedure, two handlings, second one with pseudo duplicate pairs
Autumn 1973
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 8th Folio)
667
Harry Lorayne The Ultra Move and the Fast Pass
1975 19
Edward Marlo Jump-Jump Aces Three of Diamonds as pseudo Ace, two more methods
Inspired by 1975
Hierophant (Issue 7 Resurrection Issue)
13
Francis Carlyle The New, Revised Version of the "Homing Card"
Inspired byAlso published here 1975 98
Steve Beam The Non-Sandwich Jack Trick two Jacks places into the deck, number is called and performer cuts deck into two piles, both Jacks are found at named number
1979 16
Edward Marlo Nine as Six
1980 14
Daryl Martinez False Index Display Ace of Hearts as Ace of Diamond
1980 98
Daryl Martinez False Pip Display Ace of Hearts poses for Ace of Diamonds
1980 114
Edward Marlo Insertion Subtlety displaying sandwich while hiding the color of one of the cards
Related to 1980
Hierophant (Issue The Last Hierophant)
76
Three as Ace Display
1980 48
Edward Marlo A Little More Zip two cards are tossed to sandwich selection
1982 173
Curtis Kam "E-Z Magic" Between your Palms ungaffed method
Inspired by 1982 24
Peter Kane Just Four Aces additional Three as Ace
1982 140
Edward Marlo A Hull of a Trick
Inspired by 1983 102
Ross Bertram And Vice-Versa no deck in use
1983 175
Eugene Burger The Card Cheat two cards put in center are produced with two-card throw
Also published here 1983 27
Steve Beam Transpo-2 card sticking in the middle, second transforms in the hand
1984 62
Pip Misshow of sandwiched card
Spring 1985
The Collected Almanac (Vol. 3 No. 25, 26 & 27)
260
Card Vanish Seven of Diamonds and index of Nine of Diamonds simulate a Six of Diamonds in tabled layout
1985 25
Frederick Braue The Deuce Sandwich sandwiched card with card in pocket, Seven/Eight of Clubs pseudo duplicate, credit information
1985 8
Rudolf Braunmüller, Francis Carlyle Heimkehrer-Karte
Inspired by Oct. 1985
Intermagic (Vol. 12 No. 1)
29
Francis Carlyle The Homing Card - Updated two phases
Inspired byAlso published here 1985 ca. 1
Daryl Martinez The Impromptu Duplicate
1985/87 61
Philip T. Goldstein Four-Fifths of the Truth impromptu-duplicate Idea
1985/87 63
Michael Weber, Eric A. Maurin The Whole Truth impromptu-duplicate Idea
1985/87 64
Anonymous The Kagemusha Principle pseudo duplicate - Idea
1985/87 65
Larry Jennings, Alex Elmsley 2002 Aces
Inspired by 1986 4
Larry Jennings Pip Mis-Show Sequence in course of transposition
1986 21
Dai Vernon Pseudo Duplicate
1987 147
Three as Ace Misshow
1987 71
Jerry Sadowitz Discrepancy Transposition: 2 red Aces transpose with two other cards, pair of pseudo duplicates
Variations 1987 5
Jerry Sadowitz Matching Pairs three selections, the three mates are found, then they transpose to follow the exchanged selections, Eight shown as Seven
1987 70
Bruce Cervon The Two-Fold Individual vanished Card reappears between two Cards
1988 164
Dai Vernon The Corsican Climbers two cards, black Eights and Nines
Inspired by 1988 155
Edward Marlo Tip - Ambitious Bit #1 Nine as Six
1988 46
Steve Beam Thru card is dropped face up on the deck, it penetrates deck and is stopped in the middle by selection, drop change
1988 433
Edward Marlo Aces Spread Display one is a Three
Related to 1988 35
Edward Marlo Sans Duplicates using pip-cover displays
1988 104
Edward Marlo Three of a Kind three alike, using pip-cover displays
1988 104
Edward Marlo Magician's Transposition using pip-cover displays, for magicians
1988 105
Edward Marlo Sucker Throw Change pseudo duplicate, right hand empty afterwards
1988 355
Dai Vernon, Carmen D'Amico Three in the Hand, One in the Bush pseudo thirds and seconds
1989 105
Brother John Hamman Misshow Sequence Seven of Clubs as Six and Eight
1989 21
Karl Fulves Sidepockets two selections from the two side pockets, alternative bluff method given
Inspired by 1989 12
Rafael Benatar Transposicion por Calor two card transpo, in repeat one card vanishes and appears next to other
Inspired byAlso published here 1989 37
Arturo de Ascanio The Trick I Would Show Dai Vernon three phases
Also published here 1989 7
Bruce Cervon Pseudo Duplicates used multiple times, only numerical value of index shown
1990 64
Philip Reed Willmarth A Phil Willmarth Idea pseudo duplicate to pocket/wallet
1991 36
Edward Marlo Pseudo Duplicate Four/Five of Diamonds
Aug. 1991 3
Jon Racherbaumer, Eric Eicher Road-Runner Sevens "Fast/Faster/Fastest", three phases, last phase "Hull Version" (signed card type), Six & Seven pseudo duplicates
Inspired by 1991 8
Three as Ace Display
1991 23
Jerry Sadowitz Magic Hands four Kings transpose with four indifferent cards, two pairs of pseudo duplicates
Inspired by Oct. 1992
Profile (Issue 10)
4
Bob Veeser The Force that isn't There forcing a card that is no longer in the deck, ungaffed
Sep. 1993
The Olram File (Issue 13)
5
Peter Duffie A Change In Mood Aces transpose with two other cards, pair of pseudo duplicates
Inspired by 1993 54
Three as Ace Display
1994 99
Allan Ackerman, Roger Klause The 76 Sandwich
Variations 1994 112
Pseudo Duplicate bold type
1994 46
Alex Elmsley Pseudo Duplicate see next pages
1994 111
Edward Marlo Nine as Six
1994 168
Alex Elmsley Pseudo Duplicate laying two cards face-up on table in crossed formation
1994 236
Daryl Martinez Ace Pip Misshow
1994 15
Jack Carpenter Full Reverse classic Assembly, one at a time Jacks vanish from their packets and appear in leader packet, then backfire back to their starting packets, see "Errata" in Issue #3 (p. 32) for small technical correction
Related to 1994
Labyrinth (Issue 2)
16
Peter Duffie Mis-Read Palmistry using pseudo mates
1995 23
Miguel Gómez Ladies of Spain two Queens transpose with two random cards
Related toVariations 1995 1062
Bruce Elliott Straight Up No. 28, Ace through Five straight distributed in deck, yet dealt out again, pseudo duplicates
1995 51
Edward Marlo A Radical Departure card vanishes from sandwich and reappears reversed in deck
VariationsAlso published here
  • The New Tops, Aug. 1975
1995 223
Edward Marlo Olram Turnover Switch tabled card turned over one-handed, unload on deck
Also published here
  • The New Tops, Mar. 1976
1995 274
Aldo Colombini Torn-Ado card torn into quarters is restored when fan is waved over hand with pieces
1995 29
David Lindgreen Joker Power two cards selected and lost (pseudo duplicates), Elevator with two Jokers and Ace to Three of Spades, Jokers change to selections, two methods
Inspired by 1997 114
Aaron Fisher Ace Mis-Show & Vanish an Ace is seen to clearly go between three indifferent cards, it vanishes leaving four indifferent cards, to be used in an Ace Assembly, Three as Ace
1997
Labyrinth (Issue 6)
18
John Lenahan, Anthony Owen Signing On The Chairman
Also published here Mar. 1997
Magic (Vol. 6 No. 7)
70
Bruce Cervon Ace-Two-Three Ace, Two, Three change into three selections
Related to 1998 30
Ellis Stanyon The Three Robbers and the Constable No. 2, three Jacks and a King distributed in deck which is then cut, they are together again, one pseudo mate
Related to 1999 32
Ellis Stanyon The Aces, Separated, Come Together No. 3, Ace of Hearts poses as Diamonds, distributed Aces are together after one cut
1999 32
Ellis Stanyon Two Cards, Placed in the Centre of the Pack, Found on Top No. 7, pair of pseudo duplicates
  • Improvement (one pair starts clipped behind coat)
1999 34
Ellis Stanyon The Travelling Ace No. 9, Ace travels from deck into pocket, Nine poses as Ace
1999 35
Ellis Stanyon Four Kings Change Places with Four Sevens No. 15, Eights pose as Sevens
1999 41
Ellis Stanyon An Eight Spot Put in the Centre Passes to the Top No. 27, Seven/Eight pseudo duplicate
1999 46
Ellis Stanyon Inseparable Sevens No. 38, Sevens/Eights, Four Robbers
1999 51
Gregory Wilson Jacks as Kings two Kings and two Jacks are shown in a fan as four Kings
1999
Labyrinth (Issue 12)
18
Eugene Burger The Card Cheat two cards put in center are produced with two-card throw
Also published here 2000 130
Aldo Colombini Interchange two Queens transpose with two random cards, identical with Miguel Gomez routine
Related to 2000 3
Simon Lovell Granama spectator's name written on card and turn up with one letter per piece to make anagrams, then restored
2000 63
Brother John Hamman The Polaris Change Four through Nine of Hearts, chosen value changes into a previous selection, Six-Nine ambiguity
Feb. 2001
Genii (Vol. 64 No. 2)
50
Dai Vernon A Straight Deal
Dec. 2001
Genii (Vol. 64 No. 12)
54
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Impromptu Double Ender Sevens shown as Eights
2002 26
Gabi Pareras Sandwich Estimación (Un caso de lógica absurda) two red cards are placed face-up in fan and end up next to selection
  • Preliminares
  • Estimación perceptiva
. Trabajando después de acabar
  • Notas
2002ca. 14
Al Baker The Ambitious Card - Two Novel Methods two phases, with impromptu duplicate
Also published here 2003
The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Magical Ways and Means)
156
Al Baker Ubiquitous Card
2003 759
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Bad Guys Wear Black two Kings transpose with an Eight and Seven
2003 39
Tom Ransom Duped Again possibilities for pseudo duplicates
  • 1. Push-In Duplicate
  • 2. Multiple Push-In Duplicates
  • 3. Jacker Duplicate
  • 4. Reverse Duplicates
  • 5. Full Numeral Duplicate
  • 6. Pip Duplicates
  • 7. Automatic Pip Duplicates
  • 8. Visible Color Change
Jan. 2003
Genii (Vol. 66 No. 1)
80
R. Paul Wilson KickBack: Borrowed Deck Version I two cards found with sandwich cards, when they are turned over, they are the actual sandwich cards which have changed into selections when looking back
Inspired by 2003 10
Jon Racherbaumer Hot-to-Trot Pocket Aces Aces vanish à la Open Travelers and appear in pocket one by one, simplified Jennings routine, Three as Ace pseudo duplicate
Inspired by 2003 5
Allan Ackerman An Ambitious Moment ambitious card phase with pseudo duplicate
2003 8
William Duncan A Note On The Impromptu Duplicate
2004 21
Jay Sankey Short Fuse Two of Diamonds initialed on face, Ace of Diamonds on back, they fuse together into a Three of Diamonds (blendo) initialed on both sides
Inspired by 2004 39
Reynold Alexander Stairway to Heaven
Also published here Feb. 2004
Magic (Vol. 13 No. 6)
74
Jon Racherbaumer Right-Brain, Left-Brain with extra Three
Inspired by Aug. 2005
Antinomy (Vol. 1 No. 3)
7
Jack Carpenter Blackjack Lesson multiple phases, ace transformation kicker
Related to 2006 4
Pseudo Ace Duplicate
2006 43
Rob James Cavort in the Act two cards change place twice, visual
2006 63
Bruce Cervon A-2-3 Effect Ace, Two, Three change into three selections
Related to 2007 12
Daniel Millstein DDLT Texas Hold'em patter, using a pseudo duplicate
2007 50
Justin Higham Return of the Pseuds two cards lost in deck, performer stops dribble at them one by one
2007 7
Justin Higham IDF Sandwich
Inspired byVariations 2007 15
Joshua Jay Easy Ackerman pseudo center deal demonstration, four-of-a-kind distributed throughout deck before deal
Related to Mar. 2007
Antinomy (Vol. 3 No. 1)
17
Edward Marlo Nine as Six in straight of cards
Sep. 2008
Genii (Vol. 71 No. 9)
23
Michael Weber Self Centered self-working center deal demonstration, apparently spectator deals centers
Also published here 2008 2
Allan Ackerman Another 76 Trick selection vanishes from sandwich, then sandwich cards are placed in different positions and they come together to trap selection
Inspired by 2008 5
Howard Hamburg, Jon Armstrong, Nick Trost Perfect Poker Deal poker hand is shuffled into deck and still dealt right from the top, gilbreath
2009 21
Michael Weber Self Centered self-working center deal demonstration, apparently spectator deals centers
Also published here 2009 10
John Lenahan, Anthony Owen, Chuck Fayne The Signed Card In Anything
Also published here 2009 27
Justin Higham IDF Sandwich Reworked
Inspired by 2009 24
Michael Weber Self-Centered self-working center deal demonstration, apparently spectator deals centers
Also published here 2010 115
Roberto Giobbi Tilt to the Hilt double ambitious sequence, including impromptu duplicates
2010
Secret Agenda (Issue May 2)
133
Benjamin Earl Quick Little Stack two cards, pseudo mates
Oct. 2010
Gambit (Issue 2)
21
Woody Aragón The Broken Corner torn card reappears in wallet, matching torn corner. no duplicates
2011 81
Al Flosso Card in Balloon
2011 67
Jon Armstrong False False Deal demoing seconds, thirds and centers
2011 24
Justin Higham Pseudo-Dupe Blackjack Demo hole card switch
2011 25
Stuart Gordon, William Goodwin Stuart Gordon Double Lift for pip-covering
2011 47
Karl Fulves Faux Aces "Unexplained"
four Aces face-up in overlapped configuration, turned over, one changes into a Five, explained with partial blocking of the other pips, then other Aces also change to Fives, posed as a problem
2012
Prolix (Issue 10)
680
Dai Vernon The Eight in the Side Pocket sandwiched selection transposes with card in performer's pocket, Seven/Eight pseudo duplicate
Inspired byAlso published here Nov./Dec. 2012
Genii (Vol. 75 No. 11 & 12)
37
Tyler Wilson Updog three cards produced one by one from sandwich, those cards becomes sandwich with original sandwich cards
Related toVariationsAlso published here 2013 21
Sveroni Homing Card à la Sveroni card to pocket routine, three phases with fake expanation
2013 29
Tyler Wilson Updog three cards produced one by one from sandwich, those cards becomes sandwich with original sandwich cards
Also published here 2014 8
Chris Mayhew Kzsdyfbnczk three cards produced one by one from sandwich, those cards becomes sandwich with original sandwich cards
Inspired by 2014 25
Jimmy Grippo Grippo's Out-jog Pip Concealment hiding the face of an outjogged card with a bevel
Related to
  • "The Magic of Francis Carlyle"
2014 69
Friedrich Roitzsch Switch'em two cards in spectator's sleeve transpose with two cards on table
Inspired byAlso published here 2015 1
So Sato Mimic Show handling for mis-showing Three as Ace, also for court cards, credit information
Inspired byRelated to 2016 143
Benjamin Earl Face Value Be honest handling, two cards held by spectator change into two different cards, other two cards end up in performer's wallet or elsewhere
Inspired by 2016 1
Seven/Eight Misshow
2017
Facsimile (Issue 6)
10
Tyler Wilson Updog three cards produced one by one from sandwich, those cards becomes sandwich with original sandwich cards
Also published here 2017 1
Michael Feldman Impromptu Merely Impossible same but with Eight/Ten as duplicates, index is torn off
Related to 2017 33
Anthony Owen, John Lenahan, Chuck Fayne Signed Card Anywhere
VariationsAlso published here 2017 72
Anthony Owen, John Lenahan Mark of Death signed card to wallet, held by spectator
Inspired by 2017 77
Nancy Colwell Henweigh Three cards produced one by one from sandwich, those cards becomes sandwich with original sandwich cards
Inspired by Oct. 2018
Elixir (Vol. 2 No. 1 (Summer #2))
120
Jason Ladanye Hold 'em Hustle two cards shuffled to named player, performer wins with four Aces, pairs of pseudo duplicates, faro
2018 203
Three as Ace Display
2018 313
Iñaki Zabaletta Asamblea direct Ace assembly, in the hands of the spectators, with seven cards
2019 67
Ace of Diamonds Display showing Ace of Hearts as Diamonds
2020 993
Benjamin Earl Deep Transposition spectator has card in front of him, Ace of Spades lost in deck, deck shuffled, top card tabled, it is now spectator's card who has Ace of Spades in front of him
2020 1
Jack Carpenter Phase Three - Slow Motion Under Hand Transpo extra card, Aces transpose one by one
Related to 2020 10
Jamie Masterson Alternate Pip Mis-Show a Three as an Ace
  • Fingertip Option
  • Simulated Shake Sell
2020 18
Jamie Masterson The Original Snap Mis-Show a Three as an Ace
2020 20
Rico Weeland Triple Penetration selection penetrates the deck, then the performer's hand and finally the case
Inspired by 2021 27
Alexander Hansford Card to Pocket Convincer bottom card apparently doesn't change despite palm-off
2021 187
Alexandre Moreaux Damatter three cards produced one by one from sandwich, those cards becomes sandwich with original sandwich cards
Inspired by Nov. 2022
The Hermit (Vol. 1 No. 11)
514
Reynold Alexander Stairway to Heaven
Also published here 2022 271
Pit Hartling Mismatch Sandwich card peeked at, two cards placed wide apart reversed in ribbon-spread, they travel together to sandwich selection when re-spreading the deck
Related toAlso published here
  • MAGIC, Sep. 2004
2022 328
Karl Hein Grandmother's BLT ungaffed Kickback handling
Inspired byAlso published here
  • MAGIC, Sep. 2006
2022 541
Justin Higham One Card Monte tabled Queen of Spades transposes with two red spot cards in deck
Also published here
  • MAGIC, Apr. 2012
2022 1107
Friedrich Roitzsch Switch'em after a muck demonstration two cards in spectator's sleeve transpose with two cards on table
Inspired byAlso published here 2022 3
Tom Gagnon Veeser-Gagnon Bluff Multiple Shift Vesser typo, all Aces shown as they are inserted
Inspired by 2022 96
Friedrich Roitzsch Switch'em after a muck demonstration two cards in spectator's sleeve transpose with two cards on table
Also published here 2023 10
Pit Hartling Tuscan Sandwich two sandwich cards placed at the ends of a ribbon spread come together to sandwich selection, repeat, third time with cards out-jogged that visually move together
Related to 2023 8
Jason Ladanye Switch Hitter blackjack themed transposition of signed card in center with one card of a two-card blackjack hand
2023 99
Allan Ackerman The Fifty-Two Trick selection made in one half, a Five and a Two are vanished from other half, they travel to other half and sandwich the selection
Inspired by
  • trick on Aldo Colombini's third DVD
2024 147