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Unknown Nil homini certum est cards openly separated in suits and dealt out twice, they're separated again, performer can do it and spectator only when performer wants him to, four cards secretly palmed in or out for that
Related toVariationsAlso published here Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 1 No. 4) 54
Unknown Grande clairvoyance mysterieuse No. 37, spectator choses card from one deck, then magician from another, they match, both decks marked
Related to Der Kartenkünstler 44
Unknown Grande clairvoyance mystèrieuse two decks, two chosen cards match, decks marked, one in new deck order, second method with Mexican Turnover, third method in which one card is secretly transferred to the other deck at the beginning
Related to Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 1 No. 4) 60
Unknown Nil homini certum est cards openly separated in suits and dealt out twice, they're separated again, performer can do it and spectator only when performer wants him to, four cards secretly palmed in or out for that
Also published here Der moderne Kartenkünstler 90
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Gleich und gleich gesellt sich gern performer and spectator each chose a card from a different deck, they match
Related to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 52
Unknown Marvelous Coincidence two selections from two decks match, double facer deck
Related toAlso published here New Era Card Tricks 158
Unknown Grande Clairvoyance Mysterieuse two cards chosen from two decks match, three methods
Related to New Era Card Tricks 167
Ben-Zur Nur wahre Kunst macht frei version to do the suit separation with a full deck of thirty-two cards
Inspired by Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 5 No. 1) 4
Carl Willmann Die sympatisierenden Karten card chosen, card chosen from second deck matches
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 8) 119
Charles T. Jordan Sympathetic Sympathy two cards put in envelope from different decks match, can be repeated
Related toVariations The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects) 27
Unknown A Double Surprise performer and spectator remember card and its position in their halves of the deck, cards taken out, performers card is shown to be a double backer (!), spectator's card is an indifferent card and brought from pocket
Farelli's Card Magic - Part Two 91
Victor Farelli The "Follow-Up"
Farelli's Card Magic - Part Two 85
Victor Farelli A "Close-Work" Discovery
Related to Farelli's Card Magic — Part Two 84
Theodore Annemann Synthetic Sympathy two cards from different decks match
Related to The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 2) 7
Tom Sellers The Paired Card card from odd-backed deck matches prediction in glass
Related to Card Tricks That Work 14
Theodore Annemann Triplets by Chance three decks, three spectator select the same card
SH-H-H--! It's A Secret 27
Theodore Annemann Dual Sympathy one deck stacked
Related to SH-H-H--! It's A Secret 25
Louis Lam Do As I Do "An Experiment in Coincidence", two four-card piles are made by counting some cards with both both decks, bottom cards match
Would You Believe It? 6
Dr. Jacob Daley A Paradox of Pairs
The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Summer Extra 1936) 134
Orville Wayne Meyer The Guidance of Fate two decks, two cards match, chosen with handkerchief force
The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 26) 159
Jean Hugard Follow Me key cards
The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 27) 168
Victor Farelli An Alternative Conclusion Alternate ending to Do As I Do
Related to "Lend Me Your Pack" 19
Victor Farelli Do As I Do Spectator and magician picks the same card in two decks
Related to Lend Me Your Pack 17
Dr. Jacob Daley Paradox of Pairs
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 80
U. F. Grant U Can't Do As I Do double facer
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 131
Unknown Do As I Do - You Can't layout with four Aces and four indifferent cards
The Magic Annual for 1937 42
Theodore Annemann, Hugh Mackay The Secret Order of the Aces blindfolded assistant duplicates things done with aces
The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 28) 173
Louis Lam Predicto four aces are shuffled by each performer and spectator, they chose the same which is also predicted on slate, jumbo cards recommended
Watch Me Closely 7
Unknown A Peculiar Coincidence key card
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 67
Unknown You Do As I Do key card
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 68
Unknown Identical Thought key card
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 68
Unknown Two Souls with a Single Thought key card
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 68
Unknown Follow Me
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 68
Victor Farelli A Close Work Discovery key card
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 69
Unknown A Follow Up Effect key card
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 69
Donald Holmes Coincidence creative method to add key card
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 70
Unknown Loyd's Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde two cards are exchanged from two packs
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 70
Unknown A Variation of the Above two cards are exchanged from two packs
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 71
Unknown Another Do As I Do
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 71
Unknown Do As I Do In The Dark to be done with lights out
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 72
Sam H. Sharpe Domination of Thought key card, originally from Conjured Up
Variations Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 72
Unknown A Strange Coincidence each one reverses two cards - the same, one deck is stacked
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 73
Charles T. Jordan Sympathetic Sympathy two cards put in envelope from different decks match, can be repeated
Related to Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 74
Unknown Synthetic Sympathy two selections from different decks match
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 75
Unknown A Card Sympathy one stacked
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 79
Jean Hugard Follow Me with two spectators, originally from Jinx
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 81
Unknown The Diachylon Do As I Do
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 113
Unknown Mental Coincidence two cards from two deck put in pockets match, one switched in pocket
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 77
Unknown Coincidence two decks, one in spectator's pocket one in performers, two selections, repeated (spectator plunges in pocket and takes out first card he can get), one marked, card index in pocket
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 78
Theodore Annemann Dual Sympathy one deck stacked
Related to Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 213
Unknown Four-Fold Sympathy multiple coincidences, two packs
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 239
Unknown Like Thoughts stripper deck and marked deck
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 276
Louis Lam Coincidence one card marked on back so it cannot be switched
Variations Watch Me Closely 6
Robert Parrish The Real Coincidence Trick two decks in performer's and spectator's pocket, cards removed - they're the same
You'd be Surprised 9
Unknown The Five Cards Do As I Do - You Can't double backer
Greater Magic 485
Unknown "You Do as I Do" - A. The Sympathetic Cards stacked
Greater Magic 270
Unknown B. A Second Example with a Prearranged Deck
Greater Magic 272
Unknown C. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Part I
Greater Magic 275
Unknown C. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Part 2 do as i do with thought of cards
Greater Magic 277
Unknown D. Variation Without the Use of a Waxed Card
Greater Magic 278
Unknown E. Domination of Thought three versions
Greater Magic 279
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser F. The "J.N.H." Method
Greater Magic 281
Rolland Hamblen Do As I Do
Greater Magic 281
Unknown b. With Two Packs stacked decks, card cut to and turned over by spectator matches performer's card
Greater Magic 340
Glenn G. Gravatt A Curious Coincidence two selections from two decks are put in a glass and match, menetekel deck & normal deck
Related to Greater Magic 440
Dai Vernon Do As I Do packs not exchanged, no key card
Variations Greater Magic 576
Martin Gardner An Easy Lesson
Related toVariationsAlso published here The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Winter Extra 1937/38) 276
Dan Bellman Mystic Matching two phases, one deck stacked
The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Summer Extra 1938) 320
Hen Fetsch Ghostatic Touch several coincidences with two decks
The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 49) 346
Oscar Weigle Dual Impulsion spectator finds performer's card and vice versa
Related to Do That Again! 35
Kent Arthur Spurious Pelf "do as i do" sequence with spectator and 5 bills each, selected bill remains upside down
Related to The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 60) 429
Louis Lam Dual Sympathy
Be Deceived 18
Louis Lam Coincidence update, combined with bank night and prediction
Inspired by Be Deceived 19
Oscar Weigle Remote Reverso two decks, performer and spectator count down and stop and remember card, spectator's card reverses in performer's deck and vice versa
Do That Again! 31
Robert Parrish Synchronism performer removes a card openly from blue deck, despite free choice spectator selects same from red deck, forcing deck and interesting deck switches
Variations Do That Again! 32
Unknown Contrary Do As I Do spectator is invited to be as contrary as he likes
Expert Card Technique 395
Walter B. Gibson Double Reverse spectator's and performer's cards reverse
Related toVariationsAlso published here The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 77) 505
Unknown Do As I Do - A New Presentation with prediction kicker
Expert Card Technique 393
Jerry Nadell The Curry Turn Over Change - Do as I Do
More Card Manipulations (Issue 3) 48
Claude Collier We All Do with three decks and two spectators
The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 79) 517
John J. Crimmins Jr. I'll Read Your Mind one is a brainwave/invisible deck
The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 117) 691
Verne Chesbro, James G. Thompson Jr. Copy Cat! one Si Stebbins, the other brainwave/invisible deck
Related to The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 117) 691
Joseph Ovette A Simple Do As I Do two cards are exchanged, they turn out to be the same
Fast Ones 16
Joseph Ovette Audience Do As I Do
Fast Ones 16
Martin Gardner Do As I Do two selections match with top card of each other's deck
Also published here 12 Tricks with a Borrowed Deck 17
Al Baker One Deck Do as I Do
The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Magical Ways and Means) 151
Edward Marlo, Jean Hugard Do As I Do - U Can't Unless I Want U 2 eight cards for performer and spectator, basically oil&water effect, two methods, Hugard's and Marlo's
Early Marlo (Issue Amazing, Isn't It?) 37
Herbert Hood You and Yours - Me and Mine
The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 136) 776
Dr. Stanley Jaks The Dream of a Hermit three decks, with spelling coincidence in third deck
Related toVariationsAlso published here The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 124) 719
Unknown You Do As I Do two decks, card exchanged
Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 1 232
Walter B. Gibson Peeksie do as I do, but spectator probably fails finding performer's card
The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 31) 129
Dr. Jacob Daley A Paradox of Pairs
Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 18
Walter B. Gibson Turnabout two decks, two cards are exchanged and match
The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 36) 147
Jean Hugard Follow Me key cards
Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 35
Theodore Annemann Synthetic Sympathy two cards from different decks match
Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 36
Martin Gardner An Easy Lesson
Also published here Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 38
George G. Kaplan Numerology??? two decks, three cards are counted to in both decks and they match
Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 1 No. 12) 49
Bob Hummer Do As I Do with hair
Also published here Six-Trix for 1944 7
Edward Marlo You Do As I Do three methods
Early Marlo (Issue Oddity & Other Miracles) 77
Edward Marlo Daub Co-incidence daubed instead of glimpsed key card
Tricks with Daub 7
Walter B. Gibson Turnabout two decks, two cards are exchanged and match
My Best 92
J. W. Sarles Know-How decks in pockets, "Bill Sarles" but it's J. W. Sarles according to Fulves in "Six Impromptu Card Tricks" (1982, p. 38)
The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 76) 310
Paul Curry Follow Me two decks, several versions
My Best 78
Richard F. Madden Two Be or Not Two Be - That Was the Question two decks, second deck has selected cards reversed
My Best 97
Robert A. Nelson Wrinkles and Subtle Touches
  • named card in pocket
  • do as i do, with mindreading presentation
  • making envelopes see through
Miracles in Mentalism and Psychic Experimentation 60
Dr. A. Heller You Do as Heller Does with two decks and three cards each
Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2 No. 10) 108
Gerald Lynton Kaufman Double Do As I Do
Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2 No. 12) 121
John Scarne Triple Coincidence two decks, three cards exchanged
Variations Stars of Magic (Vol. 1 No. 2) 15
Paul Curry Do As I Do
Related toVariations The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 126) 505
Unknown Intuition with Cards two card initialed, spectator and magician each chose them
The Royal Road to Card Magic 78
George G. Kaplan New Card Affinity using distant key card to count to spectator's card
The Fine Art of Magic 65
Unknown Psychic Sympathy with signature and duplicate
The Fine Art of Magic 173
Unknown Do it and Fail red black dealing sequence
The Royal Road to Card Magic 100
Unknown Do as I Do
The Royal Road to Card Magic 70
Unknown Multiple Do As I Do five correspondences with a lot of counting
The Fine Art of Magic 88
George G. Kaplan Do As I Do top card as key card
The Fine Art of Magic 155
Frederick Braue Triple Do three cards from two deck match, removed by performer and spectator
Show Stoppers with Cards 12
Joseph Dongu Do as I Do Trick
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1948) 14
Theodore Annemann Synthetic Sympathy
Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 5 194
Paul LePaul A Paradox Of Pairs
The Card Magic of Le Paul 151
Gordon Whyte A Modern You Do As I Do Trick
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1949) 11
Al Baker, Dr. Ben B. Braude You Do as I Do (Using one pack of cards) No. 14, Do As I Do, performer picks out spectator's card, asks spectator to take out similar card and is able to divine it
Scarne on Card Tricks 29
George Starke Quadruple Coincidence No. 55, Do As I Do with four climaxes
Scarne on Card Tricks 97
Unknown You Do as I Do No. 13, Standard Do As I do effect with two decks, spectator / performer selects same card coincidentally
Related to Scarne on Card Tricks 27
Hugh Carroll, Charles Hopkins Out!
The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 202) 808
Cy Keller You Do As Cy Do both cards at same position
Variations The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 234) 935
Al Leech A Double Coincidence cards chosen from two decks
Card Man Stuff 23
Edward Marlo Some Challenging Ideas: The Spectator Coincidence posed as a problem
The Cardician 189
Bill Simon The London Illusion spectator and performer each chose card from half deck, they match
Sleightly Sensational 30
Sydney Bergson Lucky Blue and Red
The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 314) 58
Lu Brent Unbelievable Coincidence Spectator and magician each think of a card and write it down, each pull out a card from the deck, turns out they find each other's card
Fifteen Star Card Effects 5
Lu Brent Autographic Minds Spectator and magician each select and sign a card, lost in the deck, later manage to find each other's signed card
Fifteen Star Card Effects 8
Theodore Annemann, Hugh Mackay The Secret Order of the Aces blindfolded assistant duplicates things done with aces
Annemann's "No Code" Telepathy 8
John Scarne You Do As I Do two decks, five key numbers
The Best in Magic 116
Charles Hudson Major-Minor Do-As-I-Do one deck, spectator choses amount of cards he and performer get, down under deal until one card, mates
The Cardiste (Issue 6) 10
Dai Vernon Four of a kind Magician and Spectator each exchange some cards which turn out to be four of a kind
Related to Inner Secrets of Card Magic 19
Dai Vernon Repeat "Do as I do" Spectator and Magician exchange cards from different colored decks which match. Sets up again.
Variations Inner Secrets of Card Magic 17
Terry Guyatt Two of a Kind
Card Tricks 319
Robert A. Nelson ESP Coincidence do as I do with ESP cards, two packets
More Miracles in Mentalism 10
Robert A. Nelson Second Sight-Seeing
More Miracles in Mentalism 32
Charlie Miller You Do as I Do tip
The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 60
Dai Vernon Card of Coincidence two cards from two decks put in envelope match, three phases
Inspired byRelated to Further Inner Secrets of Card Magic 11
Robert A. Nelson A Mental Do As I Do
Still More Miracles in Mentalism 10
Dr. Stanley Jaks Ein traumhafte Übereinstimmung with three decks, third deck selection matches by spelling name
Also published here Dr. Stanley-Jaks und seine Geheimnisse 94
Ron Johnson, Harry Lorayne Aces Wild Aces are found in do as i do way with two halves
Related toVariations Close-up Card Magic 32
Milton Kort Kortially Yours Vernon's Variant type of effect, each person handed five cards and cards are turned face up and down (do as i do), in the end all the cards are face down except their selection
Kort Is Now In Session 7
Harry Lorayne Automatic Mind-Reading
Close-up Card Magic 96
Harry Lorayne Automatic Mind-Reading #2
Close-up Card Magic 249
Dai Vernon Another You Do As I Do
Early Vernon 45
Ralph W. Hull Trigon II three cards are selected from a deck and put in three glasses, a spectator then takes three cards from another deck that are put with the first cards, when the pairs are turned over, they match, partial rough-smooth red-blue menetekel
Variations Enzyklopädie der Rauh-Glatt-Kartentricks - Teil II 21
Edward Marlo Do As I Do "Eleventh Effect", with two decks, two methods
Inspired byRelated to Tilt! 18
Edward Marlo, Peter Warlock Sympathetic Coincidence performer places blue-backed card in case, spectator removes same from red deck
Early Marlo (Issue Oddity & Other Miracles) 94
J. W. Sarles PRISM with two decks and two cards each, under table
The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 400) 427
Jay Ose "Do as I Do" with one Pack each gets one half
Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 237
Al Koran Double Thought spectator finds performer's card and the other way around, marked deck
Related toVariations Al Koran's Professional Presentations 89
Dai Vernon Vernon's Variant four cards
VariationsAlso published here Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 226
Dai Vernon Do as I do using pocket
Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 31
Jochen Zmeck Tuwit
Inspired by
  • Ken Brooke in "Feke Card Tricks" (Stanley)
Enzyklopädie der Rauh-Glatt-Kartentricks - Teil III 24
Theodore Annemann The Red and Blue Decks from "Annemann's $50 Manuscript" (ca. 1932)
Related to
  • p. 133, 159 and 165 for general information on "Annemann's $50 Manuscript"
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 11) 121
J. W. Sarles Dichotomy performer and spectator both have spades cards with same back design, they exchange one card, they both retain thirteen different cards
Related toVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 3) 75
Conrad Schmoranzer, Jochen Zmeck Die Kontrollkarte cards put in glass, spectator selects card that are added, the pairs do not match, then they do, partial rough-smooth
Inspired by
  • "Die Kontrollkarte", MAGIE, 4/1963
Enzyklopädie der Rauh-Glatt-Kartentricks - Teil III 17
Martin Gardner More Monge more notes on the Monge Shuffle:
  • References
  • Recycling the Deck
  • The M/S Shuffle
  • Tricks (position of selection predicted & Do as I Do)
  • Analog of the M/S Shuffe
Related to Epilogue (Issue 4) 29
Paul Swinford Four of a Mind spectator thinks of a value and removes card of that value from half the deck, performer divines it, repeat, do as i do finale
Related to Expert Card Mysteries 59
Aldini, Glenn G. Gravatt More Thoughts Anticipated Spectator removes card from red deck, matches card taken out by magician from blue deck
Inspired by
  • "Final Selection" (Glenn. G. Gravatt)
Roughingly Yours 19
Lady Valerie, Gene Nielsen Star Mate with zodiac cards, matching, locking-flap Card Box
The Compleat Magick - Volume 1 (Issue 7) 33
Dai Vernon Gemini Cards
Related to Expanded Lecture Notes 25
Ned Powers Duplicate Thots with repeat
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 9) 349
Brian Jordan Your Thot without exchanging decks
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6 No. 2) 388
Alan Brown Future Ghost cards thought-of and not removed from deck, one-way faces or edge-marks or one-way crimp, see also p. 373 and p. 684
Related toVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 11) 357
Paul Swinford Double Duper spectator and magician turn over a card, mates
More Faro Fantasy 32
Ron Ferris Girl Happy two cards chosen from two halves each - four Queens
Expert Card Chicanery 22
Karl Fulves Another Oracle as a 2-deck Do As I Do coincidence
Inspired by The Book of Numbers — Supplementary Notes 3
Ron Ferris Dynamite with red black separation climax
Expert Card Chicanery 23
Jerry K. Hartman One Way Ghost "Two Tricks" No. 1, for credit information see also p. 684
Inspired byRelated to The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6 No. 6) 414
Dai Vernon, Stewart Judah Coincidence performer pockets card from one deck, spectator cuts another deck and counts down according to value of bottom card, card arrived at matched card in pocket, Ace to King stack, from Daley Notebooks
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 2) 473
Max Williams, Milton Tropp Topsy-Turvy Follow Me selections appear face-up in spectators' packets
Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 7 116
Walter B. Gibson Double Reverse spectator's and performer's cards reverse
Also published here The Living End 116
Herb Zarrow Herb's Variant four cards, with selection that travels into deck
Inspired byVariations Kabbala — Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 9) 72
Gerald Kosky Coincidence ?? rough smooth
Card Cavalcade 63
Frank Garcia Three in a Million two decks, spec and perf select same card and cut off same amount of cards
Related toVariations Million Dollar Card Secrets 32
Derek Dingle Double Stranger two decks, performer and spectator chose a card, they turn out to be the only odd-backed, for credits see page 142
Epilogue (Issue 15 (Part 1)) 119
Mike Morhman Twice Wrong two decks, two times the cards the performer and magician choose do not match, then suddenly they do
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 10) 554
Jerry K. Hartman Halt One Two Spectator and magician each stops on each other's card
Means & Ends 78
Jerry K. Hartman A Common Mistake Vernon's Variant type of effect (Do as I do packet trick) where spectator cannot follow instructions, ending is each spectator get an Ace reversed in packet
Inspired by
  • "Kortially Yours" (Milton Kort, Kort is Now In Session, 1962)
Related to
Means & Ends 23
Edward G. Brown Two Coincidence Tricks
  • first is a Do as I do variation with two decks
  • second is a prediction, three selected cards match three cards in glass with different back design
The Card Magic of Edward G. Brown 64
Francis J. Baker Alpha Card Act
  • First Trick (spectator choses card from one deck, performer from another, they match)
  • Second Trick (spectator initials card on back, performer the Three of Hearts on face, but later the Nine of Hearts is initialed on face and on back)
  • Third Trick (two cards reversed in two decks match)
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 8) 629
Tony Cole Copy Cat two decks, performer puts one of his in the spectator's and vice versa, they both are placed next to their mates, see also p. 830 for comment by Roy Walton
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 2) 689
Stephen Minch The Tryst do as I do with tarot, emperor and empress
The Book of Thoth 15
Arthur Hill Mental Mate deck shuffled face-up/face-down, spectator counts to number (ignoring face-up cards), then performer, the cards match
Also published here The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 9) 759
James G. Thompson Jr. Ah One Anna Two...
Epilogue (Issue 21) 196
Edward Marlo The Repeater no exchange of decks
The Unexpected Card Book 161
Paul Diamond How About That! two packets from different decks
Card Cavalcade 3 9
Jack Avis Five Card Do As I Did
Epilogue (Issue 24) 226
Karl Fulves Entropy Ace to Five removed and mixed, then back in numerical order
Methods with Cards - Part 3 206
Karl Fulves Calculated Colors 3&3 or 4&4, weird mixing procedure, "mathematical oil & water"
Variations Methods with Cards - Part 3 208
Unknown The One-Deck Version No. 23
Self-Working Card Tricks 39
Rick Johnsson Kayo-Pectate mates, seated
Practical Impossibilities 88
Peter Duffie Aces With A Twist Twisting the Aces with "do as I do" element, red and blue backed sets, in the end Aces change places
Variations Pabular (Vol. 2 No. 5) 209
Edward Marlo Think as I Think with thought of Cards, gaffed, red-blue double backer, red-blue menetekel, three approaches
Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 208
Eddie Fields Yogi You-Do-As-I-Do
The Artful Dodges of Eddie Fields 54
Al Mann, Sam H. Sharpe Domination of Thought key card
Inspired by The Third Ecstasy 7
Nick Trost Intuition Card reversed by spectator in red pack matches card reversed in blue pack by magician, same position in deck as well
Also published here Subtle Card Magic: Part One 7
Unknown Do As I Do No. 22
Self-Working Card Tricks 38
Martin Gardner Ultra Coincidence No. 27
Self-Working Card Tricks 44
Karl Fulves (4) Ships That Pass spectator mails a card to you and you on the same day a card to him, when envelopes are opened, the cards have transposed
  • Variation A: cards are the same card
  • Variation B: full decks are mailed with one reversed card
  • Variation C: spectator mails a card to himself and it changes to another or has now performers signature
posed as problems
Interlocutor (Issue 13) 49
Unknown Mental Mates No. 8, spectator removes red Aces and sandwiches any unknown card, performer sandwiches same card in another deck
Self-Working Card Tricks 13
Unknown Two Pack Coincidence
Card Cavalcade Four 75
Karl Fulves Second Method
Inspired by Packet Switches (Part Five) 338
Gene Maze Twin Transpo two decks are shuffled by spectator, top cards match and transpose (backs)
Variations Packet Switches (Part Five) 337
Jan Heins Teragram spectator and magician are thinking of a card in the pack of the other, in the end the cards are the same, missing and both sitting on it
Related to Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 5) 358
Luis Gavilondo Matching "Do As I Do" Poker Player's Picnic done with 2 packs simultaneously
Inspired byRelated to Matching the Cards 19
Larry Becker Simpli-City Effect two sets of sixteen business cards with names of cities written on them, Do As I Do and prediction in envelope
World of Super Mentalism 55
Allan Ackerman Double Ultra Mental two decks, spectator and performer each think of a card
Here's My Card 50
Frederick Braue Simpatico spectator removes card from one deck, duplicate found from other deck via stop trick
Also published here Fred Braue on False Deals 30
Jerry K. Hartman More Than One Way "There's More Than One Way To Spin A Cut."
two decks in reverse order
Inspired byRelated to The Chronicles (Issue 12) 1184
Father Cyprian "Cloning" no key cards
Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 2 No. 5) 193
Karrell Fox Duazidu spectator and performer have half the deck, they both select cards and they match, repeated two more times
Another Book 97
Harry Lorayne Follow The Leader Reversal spectator and performer reverse count packet multiple times, outcome different, four-card and five-card version
Quantum Leaps 17
Philip T. Goldstein Twink spectator and performer select two cards, which happen to be mates, several versions with one and two decks and with four aces instead of random mates
Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 11) 754
Jerry K. Hartman Dup-licates
The Chronicles (Issue 19) 1250
Karrell Fox Peek-a-Brain spectator peeks at a card and reverses it, in prediction deck the same card is shown reversed (before spectator shows his)
Related to Another Book 87
Andrew Galloway Do As Al Baker Did
Diverting Card Magic 28
Russell T. Barnhart Do As I Do Prediction
Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 3 No. 12) 425
Bob Hummer Do As I Do with hair
Also published here Bob Hummer's Collected Secrets 24
Karl Fulves Synchro red-blue double backer
The Chronicles (Issue 30) 1357
Basil Horwitz Challenge Premonition performer puts card from a blue deck unseen in an envelope, spectator selects a card from a red deck and puts it in same envelope, when he looks through blue deck, that card is missing, both selected same card
The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz 22
Stuart R. Patterson Awake and Rise fake indice forcing deck
Babel (Issue 2) 10
Karl Fulves One-Deck Card Trick two halves, performer moves card to spectator's half and vice versa, after looking through spectator's packet performer names selection, parallel principle
Six Impromptu Card Tricks 12
Paul Brignall Bringall-Trio one divided deck, half red-backed and half blue-backed
Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 10) 177
Mike O'Dowd Four Card - Do As I Do spectator and performer have four cards and go through a series of moves, outcome is different
Fork Full of Appetizers 32
Karl Fulves Zenergy get-ready for Jaks routine
Six Impromptu Card Tricks 38
Dr. Stanley Jaks Jaks Do as I Do brief
Six Impromptu Card Tricks 40
Greg Miller Thinking Man's Do As I Do using card counting (Parallel Principle)
Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 7 No. 8) 957
Unknown The Dream Deck No. 46, from two packets, performer and spectator each select a card behind the back, they are black mates and all other cards are red
Inspired by More Self-Working Card Tricks 60
Peter Duffie A Commercial Twist Twisting the Aces with "do as I do" element, red and blue backed sets, in the end Aces change places
Inspired by Contemporary Card Magic 40
J. W. Sarles Jaks Two-Deck Trick Variation
Inspired by More Self-Working Card Tricks 60
Unknown Hypnotisn't No. 44, two spectators with a deck each, both select two cards with expanded cut-deeper procedure and they match
More Self-Working Card Tricks 57
Dr. Stanley Jaks The Jaks Two-Deck Trick No. 45, with three or two decks
Also published here More Self-Working Card Tricks 58
Karl Fulves Jumpback No. 49, card signed in red-backed deck and returned, then blue-backed card is chosen from second deck and it has the signature
Related to More Self-Working Card Tricks 65
Jean Hugard Do It and Fail with 28/32 card deck a layout and dealing game is explained, the spectator always fails at it
The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 4) 29
Frederick Braue Card Transfer method to transfer a card from one deck to another (1943)
The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 3) 12
Frederick Braue Simpatico spectator removes card from one deck, duplicate found from other deck via stop trick
Also published here The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 4) 13
Barry Stevenson Sign As I Sign half forcing deck, one card signed by performer
Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 9 No. 2) 1172
Fantomas Pre-Poker Match
Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 9 No. 5) 1205
Paul Rosini, Eugene Burger Rosini's Double Reverse
Related toVariations The Performance of Close-Up Magic 61
Larry Becker "Will The Cards Match" ESP-style order matching with five torn-in-half cards
Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 10 No. 5) 1349
Roberto Giobbi Die Risikovoraussage two cards chosen from two decks and exchanged match, the card is predicted as well
CardPerfect 126
Bruce Cervon Forethought Spectator & Magician choose same Card in two decks
The Cervon File 175
Darwin Ortiz Do as I Did two packs
Related to Darwin Ortiz at the Card Table 140
Tom Gagnon Stranger Exchanger
The Trapdoor — Volume One (Issue 23) 393
Christoph Borer Double Thought half forcing deck, spectator and magician find the selection of the other
Inspired byAlso published here Seminarheft 32
Daniel McCarthy Now it's my Problem
Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 13 No. 8) 1813
Ken Krenzel Double S'Entendre two spectators choose cards in their hands and find the card of the other spectator, out of hands
Variations Close-up Impact! 12
Ken Simmons Ultra-Mental Deck Routine Handling three spectators stop during deal and deal a card face-down, same cards are reversed in second deck
Related to Finally! 26
Simon Aronson Below the Belt two cards from two decks exchanged below table, they match, ends clean
Related to The Aronson Approach 70
Christoph Borer Double Thought half forcing deck, spectator and magician find the selection of the other
Inspired byAlso published here Magie 18
Ken Krenzel, Alexander de Cova Synchronus two spectators choose cards in their hands and find the card of the other spectator, out of hands
Inspired byAlso published here Avantgarde Magic (Vol. 1 No. 2) 17
Alexander de Cova, Ken Krenzel Synchronus two spectators choose cards in their hands and find the card of the other spectator, out of hands, without credits
Inspired by Das Alexander de Cova Seminar 27
Arturo de Ascanio Aparición de Cuatro Ases performer and spectator each have half the deck and twice exchange a card, four Aces are found
Also published here
  • "Circular de la S.E.I." 1954.
La Magia de Ascanio — Vol. 4 83
Arturo de Ascanio Cuadruple Coincidencia four coincidences
Inspired by
  • Bernat & Fabregas "Cartomagia" p. 431.
La Magia de Ascanio — Vol. 4 29
Mike Beam The Traveler Do as I Do with one deck, spectator finds wrong card, correct card is found reversed in his half
Variations Semi-Automatic Card Tricks 88
Steve Beam Marked Phenomena two versions
Inspired byRelated toVariations Semi-Automatic Card Tricks 90
Patrick Page Do as I Do spectator and performer each shuffle half the deck and exchange top card, they match, repeated multiple times
Also published here Lecture Patrick Page 21
Alexander de Cova Synchronus brief, two spectators choose cards in their hands and find the card of the other spectator, out of hands
Inspired byAlso published here Seminarnotizen Steyr 1993 5
Basil Horwitz Challenge Aura Card spectator finds mate
The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz - Volume 3 65
Karl Fulves Cutting Corners two decks, pocketed by performer and spectator, each removes a card, corners torn off, rest exchanged in decks, cards and corners match
Inspired by Crooked Tales 64
Dr. Stanley Jaks, Karl Fulves Jaks Two Deck Trick commentary by Fulves
Related to Crooked Tales 65
Basil Horwitz Challenge Do As I Do
The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz - Volume 3 75
John Scarne Quick Two Deck spectator and performer shuffle a deck, same card at bottom because they both "cut and shuffled the same way"
Rigmarole (Issue 8) 92
Edward Marlo Four of a Kind Magician and Spectator each exchange some cards which turn out to be four of a kind
Facsimile (Issue 3 (Marlophile 1)) 8
Peter Duffie Only a Game Down under Deal, different Effect
Duffie's Card Compulsions 202
Clayton Rawson, Karl Fulves Simon Says No. 34, five cards each, spectator cannot follow
Self-Working Close-up Card Magic 64
John Scarne, Roberto Giobbi Triple Coincidence spectator and magician exchange three cards from two decks - they match
Inspired by Card College — Volume 1 99
Tom Gagnon Off Color Prediction two decks, spectator and performer select the same card, then they change places in decks
The Trapdoor - Volume Three (Issue 55) 1033
David Acer Deckromancy one card chosen from normal deck and one from miniature deck, they match
Natural Selections 128
John Scarne The Probable Outcome card from different deck put into cards, spectator names card when spread face-up, the card shows up again with different back, ungaffed
Related to Underworld (Issue 2) 28
Edward Marlo Double Deck Sandwich two red-backed Twos placed in blue-backed deck to sandwich a selection and vice versa, the cards match
M.I.N.T. — Volume II 140
Karl Fulves Your Card Mine spectator choses card for performer and vice versa, they then divine each other's card
Blocking Off 81
Unknown The Three Decker three decks
The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 7) 25
Karl Fulves Little Alice mate coincidence with odd-backed cards in two packets, one handled behind back, red/blue double backer
Inspired byRelated to Underworld (Issue 3) 32
Pablo Domenèch Coincidencia based on Page's Continuous Do As I Do, with two decks
Inspired by La Magia de Pablo Domènech 110
Nick Trost Do as I Do with Two Cards Magician and spectator freely exchange two cards each, turn out to be four Queens
Inspired by The Card Magic of Nick Trost 39
Simon Lovell, Michael Austin Blind Date Bermuda spectator pockets three cards behind his back, performer takes another deck and finds the mates
Inspired by Simon Says! 129
Nick Trost Abra-Card-Abra Performer and spectator's selections match, rest of cards are Jokers
Inspired by The Card Magic of Nick Trost 201
Nick Trost, Frank Garcia, Dr. Stanley Jaks Kopy Kat Performer and spectator exchange cards from packets, shown to match, other cards are completely different
Inspired by
  • "The Four Deuces" (Frank Garcia & Dr. Stanley Jaks, Scarne on Card Tricks, 1950)
Related to
The Card Magic of Nick Trost 202
Nick Trost Kings Royale Two decks, four cards selected from each, all turn out to be Kings
Inspired by The Card Magic of Nick Trost 159
Nick Trost Intuition Two reversed selections match / same position in decks
Inspired by
  • "The Invisible Influence Principle" (Eddie Joseph, The Invisible Influence, 1951)
Also published here
The Card Magic of Nick Trost 161
Karl Fulves Commuter Cards "Unsolved Mysteries"
two-deck travelers, spectator distributes Aces in his pockets, performer makes Aces vanish from his deck and pulls them out of matching pockets, posed as a problem
Variations The Fine Print (Issue 6) 147
Bruce Cervon Quadruple Coincidence
Hard-Boiled Mysteries 27
Roger Crosthwaite Think-as-I-Think chapter intro
Arcardia 65
Milton Kort The Straight-backed Method ungaffed variation of Quintimodo
Related to Kort 36
Milton Kort Quintimodo Performer and spectator has five cards, Do as I Do effect but audience cannot get same result, diminishing number of cards, credit information on the plot
Inspired by
  • "Quasimodo" (Stephen Tucker, Abracadabra No. 2589, Sept 1995)
Kort 31
Milton Kort Vernon's Variant Variant Similar effect to Vernon's Variant, but with color changing back as a kicker ending (first published in Swami, Vol. I, Issue 2, Feb 1972)
Inspired by Kort 43
Justin Higham Revised Red and Blue performer and spectator each shuffle a deck, they shuffle the same deck to the top
Arcardia 160
Roger Crosthwaite Look-as-I-Look spectator and performer each think of a card in two decks, deck exchanged and cards removed, they match
Inspired by Arcardia 65
Justin Higham Force-as-I-Force spectator and performer each think of a card in two decks, deck exchanged and cards removed, they match
Arcardia 68
Edward Marlo Red and Blue performer and spectator each shuffle a deck, they shuffle the same deck to the top
Also published here
  • "Red and Blue" (Ed Marlo, Linking Ring Vol. 39 No. 7, Sept. 1959)
Arcardia 159
Ellis Stanyon Fifteen Consecutive Cards Indiscriminately Drawn from One Pack and One Secretly Chosen, to Produce It from Another Pack No. 4, card from packet chosen, found in second deck, both in same order
Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 101
Tony Bartolotta Synchro Thot do-as-I-do ambitious card, spectator's card rises to top of performer's half and vice versa
Latter Day Secrets (Issue 2) 38
Simon Lovell Bermuderama spectator choses card behind back, performer does the same, the cards match, uses three deck instead of one
Inspired by
  • Juan Tamariz performance
Variations
Son of Simon Says! 77
Lee Asher Cheek-to-Cheek Asher Style twenty-six double backers
Inspired by Hand Jobs 18