100 entries in Cards / Sleights / Force / Re-Deal Force
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
A Card having been Drawn and Returned, and the Pack shuffled, to make it Appear at such Number as the Company Choose two methods (Glide and Re-Deal)
1876 73
James J. Moren Simple Deal Force bottom cards are force card, dealt into two piles, top cards are now force cards
1919/1920 68
Ralph W. Hull Delayed Re-Deal Force
1932 9
Ralph W. Hull Single Card Wonder Prediction spectator shuffles deck, names number and card at that position is predicted, re-deal force
1932 17
Ralph W. Hull The "Will-o'-the-Wisp" Card "Sometimes Known as The Run-A-Way Card"
card and its position thought-of, it vanishes and reappears reversed at named number, re-deal placement
Related to 1933 7
Dr. Stanley Jaks Symphronismus der Zahlenkarten ten number cards are dealt on the table and one is selected by naming a number, rest of the deck is dealt in three piles and cards on the bottom match selected cards
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 1 No. 1)
Telepathie? cards dealt on table in four piles, top cards match date of borrowed coin
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 1 No. 3&4)
Jonny Eine Karte sympathisiert spectator finds other spectator's selection by dealing deck into two piles and eliminating one, repeated until one card remains
Sep. 1942
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 4 No. 9)
Reverse Deal Force bottom three cards end up on top of three piles after three piles are cut and remaining cards are dealt on top
1944 79
Art Lyle Lyle's Four of a Kind No. 88, Mates to selection are found by dealing a shuffled deck into three piles.
1950 163
Paul Rosini The Fair Count count-down to named number, count repeated because of skepticism of audience, selection found reversed
VariationsAlso published here 1950 18
Bill Simon The Mathemagician two spectators discover the Aces by random dealing, dealing to bottom and then into multiple piles
Related toVariations 1954 8
Stewart James The Flight of the Spelling Bee a random card and a selection are spelled to, re-count
1954 11
Al Leech The Spectator Does a Trick two cards tell value and suit, "Untouchted" with touching
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1959 6
Double-Deal Force in one packet, then in two packets
1959 6
Al Leech A Divination two cards tell value and suit
Related toVariations 1965 22
Jerry K. Hartman Re-deal Force
VariationsAlso published here 1970 19
Bruce Cervon Zauberkunste Triumph! based on a Hofzinser trick, amount of chosen card is divined by finding the four cards with the same value, re-deal force
Magick (Issue 23)
Frank Garcia Cut the Kings spectator deals in four piles, Kings on top, change to Aces
Related to 1972 23
Card at Any Number first time it fails, re-deal
1972 42
Paul Rosini Rosini Reverse No. 365, count-down to named number, count repeated because of skepticism of audience, selection found reversed
Also published here 1972 102
Tony Faro Spectator Magician card is on the table, spectator makes two piles, one top card for the value the other for the suit
Related toVariations Sep. 1974
Pabular (Vol. 1 No. 1)
Philip T. Goldstein Twice-Dealt Tale Esp deck, re-dealing
Magick (Issue 140)
Re-Deal Force with spelling
1976 86
Tieneblas Pair-Cognition prediction of single card with mate, re-deal force
Magick (Issue 148)
Philip T. Goldstein, Ray Goulet Predixion X on the card in a second deck
Also published here 1977 17
Ray Goulet Modified Double-Deal Force
1977 18
Philip T. Goldstein Pre-DiXion X on the card in a second deck, re-deal force
Also published here 1977
Magick (Issue 180)
Howard A. Adams Counthink deck of ESP cards, two cards are predicted, re-deal
Related to 1979
OICUFESP (Issue 1 - ten brand new esp card miracles)
David Britland Creo prediction of created card, re-deal
The Talon (Issue 6)
Spectator finds your Card spectator deals cards and again in two piles, suit and value of top cards combine to performer's selection, re-deal force
Related to 1982 5
Robert Schwarz Moment of Truth
Nov. 1982
Magick (Issue 312)
Frank Simon Quorum Quota card of same value and suit of card are found after dealing in two piles, then card itself
Inspired by 1983 94
Card Forces re-dealing to named number with apparent error
1985 1
David Britland A Simple Prediction re-deal force
1986 9
John Bannon Three-Card Moxie three spectators remove a card from the deck that is at a chosen number with shuffles in between, all cards are divined
1986 29
Daryl Martinez Untouched card is on the table, spectator makes two piles, one top card for the value the other for the suit
Related toVariations 1988 20
Allen Swift Fogel Fusion prediction in form of mates of three chosen cards and chosen number, written on business card
July 1988
Magick (Issue 408)
Rudy T. Hunter Tarot Predixion written prediction of two selected Tarot cards, re-deal force
Dec. 1989
Magick (Issue 432)
Karl Fulves Triple Mystery three cards mated via re-dealing packet
1989 43
Philip T. Goldstein Chance re-deal force, multiple out with ambigram prediction, initials of card
Jan. 1990
Magick (Issue 434)
Larry Baukin The Doorway prediction of chosen ESP-card, ESP deck, re-deal force
Feb. 1990
Magick (Issue 435)
Michael Powers Whether Forecast spectator deals into two piles and stops anywhere, sum of top cards predicted, each pile dealt into two piles, top cards are Aces, Aces change into Royal Flush, re-deal principle
1990 21
Temple Patton Re-Deal Force
1991 2
Jim Sisti Easy Card Prediction in envelope, re-deal force
Sep./Oct. 1993
The Magic Menu (Vol. 4 No. 19)
Aldo Colombini Vortex two decks, various coincidences, then dealing into four piles to find Aces
Inspired by
  • Frank Pemper routine
1994 76
Jörg Alexander Weber Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft prediction of three selected Tarot cards, representing past, present and future
Inspired by
  • Carlhorst Meier, "Mein Tarot Seminar" (1992)
Also published here
1995 23
Double-Deal Force
Related to 1995 29
Jerry K. Hartman Word Wise cards are randomly selected and arranged by spectator to designate a specific word in a book, performer has predicted it
1995 217
Chad Long The Shuffling Lesson spectator shuffles and cuts and turns over
Related toVariations 1996
The Art of Astonishment — Book 3 (Issue Astonishing Friends)
Karl Fulves Trifecta after cutting and dealing three jacks are on top of three piles, re-dealing
1996 96
Floyd Beatlebaum Soul Mates spectator selects a card, deals two hands and top card of one pile matches value and the other suit
Inspired byAlso published here Mar. 1996
The Minotaur (Vol. 8 No. 1)
Nick Trost Spectator's Card Trick
Related to 1997 119
Kartenfinden mit Zuschauernamen prediction, two chosen cards (by dealing and spelling name) match prediction in suit and value, Untouched
Intermagic (Vol. 21 No. 4 & 5)
Larry Jennings Der prophetische Zuschauer selection appears at sum of four values after dealing piles
Intermagic (Vol. 21 No. 4 & 5)
G. W. Hunter The Card Chosen Corresponds with Paper in Person's Pocket No. 40, re-deal force, motivated by having two cards chosen, one predicted and one divined
1999 78
Jerry Mentzer Spectator Finds Your Card Magician chooses a card, spectator deals to find two cards that divines value and suit of selected card, uses double-deal force
1999 51
Philip T. Goldstein Divin-ace-tion dealing, count-back force, credit information
Apr. 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 4)
Jerry K. Hartman Patent Portent spectator names any card, mate is removed, spectator thinks of any number, spectator deals to that number - all cards face-up except the one, it turns out to be the named card
Inspired byRelated toAlso published here Dec. 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 12)
Jerry MacGregor The Walk-Around Mentalist
  • Phase 1: postcard selected and predicted
  • Phase 2: two spectators take five cards each, exchange one, all cards lost in deck, performer finds the selections
  • Phase 3: card prediction
1999 249
Maurice Fogel, Eugene Burger Fogel's Triple Prediction including the necessary degree of error
2000 148
Maurice Fogel, Eugene Burger Psychic Sense a new analysis of the three card prediction
2000 211
Kenton Knepper, Daryl Martinez Sleightly Touched card is on the table, spectator makes two piles, one top card for the value the other for the suit, all the other cards are blank
Inspired by Apr. 2000
Pabular (Vol. 9 No. 2)
Chris Wardle The Perfect Match card chosen, it is predicted inside a paper match that turns out to be a rolled up piece of paper
2000 9
The Deal Twice Force
2001 147
Bill Simon, Karl Fulves Unbalanced Aces No. 57, two packets dealt into two heaps each
Inspired by 2001 86
Al Leech, Roberto Giobbi Back to the Future two cards tell value and suit
Also published here 2006 122
Jerry K. Hartman Re-deal Force
Related toAlso published here 2007 249
Al Leech, Tony Faro, Roberto Giobbi The Spectator Does a Trick two cards tell value and suit
Inspired by 2008 43
Fred Robinson, Tony Faro Spectator Magician Plus spectator divines card's suit and value via Double-Deal Force, does OOTW and finds performer's thought-of card, marked deck
Inspired byAlso published here 2009 202
Benjamin Earl The Gambling Lesson various games played, at the end spectator and performer each find four-of-a-kind
Inspired byVariations Jan. 2009
Gambit (Issue 1)
Nick Trost A Matter of Design after some dealing, the top cards of four piles match a prediction
2009 554
Caleb Wiles Semi-Automatic Luck Test Kings and Aces found with cutting and dealing procedure
2009 62
R. Paul Wilson, Chad Long Luck Versus Skill multiple phase gambling themed routine with cutting the high card culminating in a variation of "Shuffling Lesson"
Inspired by 2010 155
Scott Grossberg Overskill Kings found on top of four packets via re-deal force, then performer finds the Aces in the four piles with a cut as well
2010 48
Christopher Woodward Triple Prediction simple re-deal prediction of three cards
Related to
  • Fogel's last American lecture
2010 112
Harry Lorayne Choices! suit and value of top cards after dealing match selection, mates of those two cards produced as well
Related to 2011 16
Jon Racherbaumer Value-Suit, Suit-Value two cards tell value and suit
Inspired by Mar. 2011
Antinomy (Vol. 4 No. 3)
Robert Cassidy Deal With It handling for the re-deal force, prediction of single card
2013 187
Simon Aronson Double Vision Spectators select two cards, magician predicts them both correctly, self working force
Related toAlso published here 2014 53
Kiko Pastur A Través del Espejo spectator mirrors actions of performer, both end up with four of a kind
Inspired by 2014 174
Bob Farmer CADD Cut-and-Deal-Down Force, see later
Related to 2015 46
Bob Farmer The Automatic Blind Gambler using CADD Force
Inspired by 2015 165
Bob Farmer Strip Club with CADD Force, belly strippers
  • CADD
  • Power Poker
  • Bottom Dealing
  • Trap Dance I
  • Trap Dance II
Inspired byVariations 2015 193
Bob Farmer The CADD Force chapter intro, Cut-and-Deal-Down Force
Related to 2015 213
Bob Farmer CADD Force Cut-and-Deal-Down Force, spectator cuts off a pile and deals the rest into x piles, the top cards are forced
2015 213
Bob Farmer Jonah You CADD
2015 216
Bob Farmer Bottom Line CADD Force, Winkler Principle
  • Wired Deck (with five Royal Flushes in Spades)
2015 321
Alexander de Cova Die Chad Long Shuffle Sequenz comment on the shuffling section of the trick as part of blindfold card act
Related to 2015 192
Ryan Schlutz Somewhat Touched incorporating two-way-out strategy
Inspired byAlso published here 2017 22
Jörg Alexander Weber Past, Present, and Future prediction of three selected Tarot cards, representing past, present and future
Also published here 2017 38
Double-Deal Force
2017 43
Syd Segal Untouched Re-touched Card is on the table, spectator makes two piles, one top card for the value the other for the suit, produce four of a kind as a kicker
Inspired byRelated to Oct. 2018
Elixir (Vol. 2 No. 1 (Summer #2))
David Solomon Suited Double Deal two spectators cut off a pile, piles dealt into six packets each, all top cards are one suit, prediction is missing card, re-deal force
2018 107
Jon Racherbaumer Tracking the Double-Deal Force Idea credit information
2018 108
Leo Reed Bob Ross Would Have Liked This a word card is chosen, selection is predicted by four cards that can be placed together to form one of two pictures
May 2019
Genii (Vol. 82 No. 5)
Roberto Mansilla "You Won't Choose"
  • Artifices
card chosen with dealing procedure, gag prediction "You will not choose the Queen of Hearts", all other cards are Queens of Hearts
Inspired by
  • routine in John Born's "Meant to Be"
Related to
Feb. 2022
Genii (Vol. 85 No. 2)
Satish Factory Seconds four cards chosen with re-deal procedure are predicted on performer's facebook site, mates found with spelling, then Aces show up as well
Apr. 2022
Genii (Vol. 85 No. 4)
Yves Doumergue Ten For Ten after some spectator shuffling and dealing, four Tens are on top of three piles to match prediction
VariationsAlso published here
  • MAGIC, Sep. 2003
2022 223
Simon Aronson Double Vision Spectators select two cards, magician predicts them both correctly, self working force
Also published here 2022 880