pay day\ncoins distributed to envelopes with mathematical procedure, predicted, see page 746 for correction\njack vosburgh
1941
the jinx 101-151 Jack Vosburgh

Pay Day

coins distributed to envelopes with mathematical procedure, predicted, see page 746 for correction

weird coin\ncoin borrowed, half deck dealt in four piles, top card correspond with year of coin, sum counted down, card predicted\ndel cartier
1941
the jinx 101-151 Del Cartier

Weird Coin

coin borrowed, half deck dealt in four piles, top card correspond with year of coin, sum counted down, card predicted

chicken feed\namount of change in spectator's pocket, pocket writing, spiked billet\nal baker\nimplanted thought\nstuart p. cramer
1949
the secret ways of al baker Al Baker

Chicken Feed

amount of change in spectator's pocket, pocket writing, spiked billet

two quickies\n- transposition of two cards
- forcing a number with coins\nronald b. edwards\nsmall change prediction\nronald b. edwards
1953
the phoenix 251 - 300 Ronald B. Edwards

Two Quickies

- transposition of two cards
- forcing a number with coins

the nine mystery\ncoins placed in a q shape, spectator counts clockwise and anticlockwise, predict the endpoint of the count\n unknown\na penny for your thoughts\nstephen tucker
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

The Nine Mystery

Coins placed in a Q shape, spectator counts clockwise and anticlockwise, predict the endpoint of the count

on satan's seal\none of four coins chosen, predicted\nthe amazing maurice\nsatan's seal\nben christopher
1966
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 The Amazing Maurice

cups & coins\nfour different coins and cups, spectator drops coin in any cup, under cup is prediction of that coin, bottomless paper cups\nrobert parrish\nproblem in prophecy\ndon nielsen
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Robert Parrish

Cups & Coins

four different coins and cups, spectator drops coin in any cup, under cup is prediction of that coin, bottomless paper cups

small change prediction\nforcing 2010 with coins\nronald b. edwards\ntwo quickies\nronald b. edwards
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Ronald B. Edwards

heads up!\nall spectators throw coins, and are eliminated until one remains, coin and date is predicted\nmarvin miller
1979
the compleat magick — volume iii Marvin Miller

Heads Up!

all spectators throw coins, and are eliminated until one remains, coin and date is predicted

precoinition\nbox with different coins shown, chosen one is predicted
- gaffed box version (corinda money box)
- no gaff version (verbal ploy, spectators assume there are more coins)\nphilip t. goldstein\n(7) corinda's "money box"\ntony corinda\nprecoinition\nmax maven\nprecoinition\nmax maven
1980
pabular Philip T. Goldstein

Precoinition

box with different coins shown, chosen one is predicted
- Gaffed Box Version (Corinda Money Box)
- No Gaff Version (verbal ploy, spectators assume there are more coins)

precoinition\nbox with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted\nphilip t. goldstein
1982
12/12 Philip T. Goldstein

Precoinition

box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted

coin-nection\nchosen coin is predicted in a box, another chosen coin vanishes and reappears in box, magnets\nsteve dusheck\nthomas alan waters
1984
the new york magic symposium - collection 3 Steve Dusheck, Thomas Alan Waters

Coin-Nection

chosen coin is predicted in a box, another chosen coin vanishes and reappears in box, magnets

cross roads\ncross made from two rows of different coins, marker moved on coins, final position predicted\nkarl fulves\nthe capital q\n unknown
1993
rigmarole Karl Fulves

Cross Roads

cross made from two rows of different coins, marker moved on coins, final position predicted

precoinition\nbox with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted\nphilip t. goldstein
1997
fism '97 Philip T. Goldstein

Precoinition

box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted

a mind for money\nfive envelope with some coin change, four chosen, content added, amount predicted\ntony bartolotta\ninformant\nkarl fulves\ninformant\nkarl fulves\nletters\nc. d. oeloff\nvernon winiecke\nhoward schaefer\nr. farrell
1997
underworld Tony Bartolotta

A Mind For Money

five envelope with some coin change, four chosen, content added, amount predicted

"iou" aka "the serpent"\nspectator jots down any amount and performer divines it by placing the exact amount of money from his wallet and purse on the table, then he shows, that he did not have more money, so he predicted the amount beforehand\njas jakutsch
1999
completely mental - vol. 1 Jas Jakutsch

"IOU" AKA "The Serpent"

spectator jots down any amount and performer divines it by placing the exact amount of money from his wallet and purse on the table, then he shows, that he did not have more money, so he predicted the amount beforehand

precoinition\nbox with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted\nphilip t. goldstein
1999
rocky notes Philip T. Goldstein

Precoinition

box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted

precoinition\nbox with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted\nphilip t. goldstein
1999
baltimore notes Philip T. Goldstein

Precoinition

box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted

precoinition\nbox with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted\nphilip t. goldstein
2000
northeast Philip T. Goldstein

Precoinition

box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted

precoinition\nbox with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted\nphilip t. goldstein
2000
missouri notes Philip T. Goldstein

Precoinition

box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted

precoinition\nbox with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted\nphilip t. goldstein
2000
texas notes Philip T. Goldstein

Precoinition

box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted

precoinition\nbox with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted\nphilip t. goldstein
2002
mawny notes Philip T. Goldstein

Precoinition

box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted

precoinition\nbox with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted\nphilip t. goldstein
2003
... land notes Philip T. Goldstein

Precoinition

box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted

precoinition\nbox with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted\nphilip t. goldstein
2004
notes you covet Philip T. Goldstein

Precoinition

box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted

precoinition\nbox with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted\nphilip t. goldstein
2004
mindvention notes Philip T. Goldstein

Precoinition

box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted

precoinition\nbox with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted\nphilip t. goldstein
2004
easthournotes Philip T. Goldstein

Precoinition

box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted

coins in a strange land\nmathematical spelling trick with row of four coins, based on stewart james "stranger in a strange land"\njim steinmeyer\nstewart james
2006
further impuzzibilities Jim Steinmeyer, Stewart James

Coins in a Strange Land

mathematical spelling trick with row of four coins, based on Stewart James "Stranger in a Strange Land"

precoinition\nbox with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted\nmax maven\nprecoinition\nphilip t. goldstein
2009
las vegas lecture Max Maven

Precoinition

box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted

a.f. taft prediction\nspectator places three coins on three piles of cards, order predicted, inspired by gardner's "ace-two-three trick" (ibidem #6)\nsteve beam
2010
semi-automatic card tricks - volume 8 Steve Beam

A.F. Taft Prediction

spectator places three coins on three piles of cards, order predicted, inspired by Gardner's "Ace-Two-Three Trick" (Ibidem #6)

precoinition\nbox with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted\nmax maven\nprecoinition\nphilip t. goldstein
2010
maven on topic: mentalism Max Maven

Precoinition

box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted

doppelte mÃ¼nzenvorhersage\nselection of coins, two events are predicted, with post-it pad and names written on predictions\n sveroni\npoker dream\n sveroni
2013
alte neuheiten Sveroni

Doppelte MÃ¼nzenvorhersage

selection of coins, two events are predicted, with post-it pad and names written on predictions

bonus effect\nversion of "the tricks that fooled einstein"/"jackpot coins" ("i have exactly as much as you, plus...")\nmichael weber
2015
making things right Michael Weber

Bonus Effect

version of "The Tricks that Fooled Einstein"/"Jackpot Coins" ("I have exactly as much as you, plus...")

hive mind\nspectators help create a prediction about the number of coins held by two spectators (pennies, quarters, nickels and dimes), mathematical principle based on red/black relationship principle\nmatt baker\n"the intuition test" (dr larry hass, deep mental mysteries)
2019
the buena vista shuffle club Matt Baker

Hive Mind

Spectators help create a prediction about the number of coins held by two spectators (pennies, quarters, nickels and dimes), mathematical principle based on red/black relationship principle

Inspired by

"The Intuition Test" (Dr Larry Hass, Deep Mental Mysteries)