the ''twenty-seven card" trick \n "to cause a card selected by one spectator to appear at such number in the pack as another spectator may indicate"
piles picked up according to a table so thought-of card ends up in any position \n unknown
1890
more magic
Unknown

The ''Twenty-Seven Card" Trick

"To cause a Card selected by one Spectator to appear at such number in the Pack as another Spectator may indicate"
piles picked up according to a table so thought-of card ends up in any position

producing selected card at any number and at the same time cold packing \n any card is produced from pocket at named (small) number from shuffled deck, switch for memorized deck \n laurie ireland \n bonus \n laurie ireland \n roberto giobbi
1931
ireland writes a book Laurie Ireland

Producing Selected Card at Any Number and At The Same Time Cold Packing

any card is produced from pocket at named (small) number from shuffled deck, switch for memorized deck

a card and a number \n number free, card forced from a second deck \n al baker \n a card and a number - take three \n steve beam \n any card at our numbers \n ryan plunkett
1933
the secret ways of al baker Al Baker

the double whammy \n two cards, cccc (= color coded control cards) \n paul swinford \n the double brotherly whammy \n paul swinford
1968
faro fantasy Paul Swinford

think stop \n placing any card at any number with riffle shuffle, posed as a problem \n karl fulves \n in the box \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle technique - preliminary notes on part one Karl Fulves

Think Stop

placing any card at any number with riffle shuffle, posed as a problem

a gaffed card case \n gaffed case to mark position in deck as it is dumped out of the case, no actual cut, acaan application, perhaps memdeck \n karl fulves \n speller notes \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle technique - preliminary notes on part one Karl Fulves

A Gaffed Card Case

gaffed case to mark position in deck as it is dumped out of the case, no actual cut, ACAAN application, perhaps memdeck

any card, any number - the second system \n bringing a card from position x to y with faro shuffling, odd deck, with even deck modified in-faro is required that ignores top card, generalization of alex elmsley's binary translocations \n murray bonfeld \n binary translocations \n alex elmsley
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

Any Card, Any Number - The Second System

bringing a card from position x to y with faro shuffling, odd deck, with even deck modified in-faro is required that ignores top card, generalization of Alex Elmsley's Binary Translocations

mindblow \n inspired by a david berglas audio tape (probably magiccassette by martin breese) \n al mann \n john smetana \n bobby hughes
1979
magic castle lecture Al Mann, John Smetana, Bobby Hughes

Mindblow

inspired by a David Berglas audio tape (probably Magiccassette by Martin Breese)

imposition \n assistant does not have to know the stack \n thomas alan waters \n spaulding's "audience rapport" in "the linking ring" vol. 22, no. 7. p.21.
1982
mind, myth & magick Thomas Alan Waters

Imposition

assistant does not have to know the stack

Inspired by

Spaulding's "Audience Rapport" in "The Linking Ring" Vol. 22, No. 7. P.21.

one hundred and forty thousand six hundred and eight to one \n with a number deck, number is selected unseen and put in envelope, playing card is selected and found at wished position in third deck, spectator can wish if counted from top or bottom \n basil horwitz
1984
the mental magick of basil horwitz - volume 2 Basil Horwitz

One Hundred and Forty Thousand Six Hundred and Eight to One

with a number deck, number is selected unseen and put in envelope, playing card is selected and found at wished position in third deck, spectator can wish if counted from top or bottom

insolvable mystery \n deck behind performer's back in handkerchief, spectator names any number, performer the card at this position, also with stooge that names card (1942) \n dai vernon \n frederick braue \n an insolvable mystery \n dai vernon \n insolvable mystery \n dai vernon
1985
the fred braue notebooks Dai Vernon, Frederick Braue

Insolvable Mystery

deck behind performer's back in handkerchief, spectator names any number, performer the card at this position, also with stooge that names card (1942)

nullifying the possibilities \n card at any number, four methods, including commentary on the plot and vernon's "slap trick" \n edward marlo \n the slap trick \n dai vernon \n laurie ireland \n "card at any number" \n edward marlo
1989
so soon? Edward Marlo

Nullifying the Possibilities

card at any number, four methods, including commentary on the plot and Vernon's "Slap Trick"

numberskull \n with three decks, one deck with numbers from one to 52 \n philip t. goldstein \n mark leveridge's "count down" \n numero \n aage darling \n touch \n paul curry
1991
music city conclave 1992 notes Philip T. Goldstein

Numberskull

with three decks, one deck with numbers from one to 52

thotology \n random person phoned and asked to name any card, medium phoned asked for a number up to 52 \n tony bartolotta \n "20th century telepathy" (john northern hilliard) \n the connection \n unknown
1994
rigmarole Tony Bartolotta

Thotology

random person phoned and asked to name any card, medium phoned asked for a number up to 52

numberskull \n with three decks, one deck with numbers from one to 52 \n philip t. goldstein \n mark leveridge's "count down" \n numero \n aage darling \n touch \n paul curry
1995
connotes Philip T. Goldstein

Numberskull

with three decks, one deck with numbers from one to 52

numberskull \n with three decks, one deck with numbers from one to 52 \n philip t. goldstein \n touch \n paul curry
1996
desert seminar notes Philip T. Goldstein

Numberskull

with three decks, one deck with numbers from one to 52

the psychodelic winning game \n two handlings, peek deck, miscalling or billet switch with index \n alexander de cova
1997
seminarunterlagen 1997 Alexander de Cova

The Psychodelic Winning Game

two handlings, peek deck, miscalling or billet switch with index

numberskull \n with three decks, one deck with numbers from one to 52 \n philip t. goldstein \n mark leveridge's "count down" \n numero \n aage darling \n touch \n paul curry
1999
baltimore notes Philip T. Goldstein

Numberskull

with three decks, one deck with numbers from one to 52

the evolution of think-a-card \n "a lecture given by fr roger crosthwaite at the magic circle collectors' day, 25 may 1996"
credit and historical information
1. scot's "discoverie"
2. goldston's quarterly
3. the berglas effect \n roger crosthwaite
1999
arcardia Roger Crosthwaite

The Evolution of Think-a-Card

"A lecture given by Fr Roger Crosthwaite at The Magic Circle Collectors' Day, 25 May 1996"
credit and historical information
1. Scot's "Discoverie"
2. Goldston's Quarterly
3. The Berglas Effect

any card at any number \n faced deck \n barrie richardson \n club 71, winter 1990 \n middle deal \n r. c. buff \n trevor's card at any number \n trevor lewis \n simple spell \n pepe lirrojo
1999
theater of the mind Barrie Richardson

the thirteen-deck solution \n - the fifty-two-deck solution
- the twenty-six deck solution
- the thirteen-deck solution
- the master chart \n barrie richardson
1999
theater of the mind Barrie Richardson

any card at any number (the platform version) \n two phases, restricted choices, faced deck \n barrie richardson
1999
theater of the mind Barrie Richardson

can you solve this puzzle? \n description of any card at any number, without explanation and ace of hearts / eight of hearts bit, when a card is named \n david berglas
2002
the mind & magic of david berglas David Berglas

Can You Solve this Puzzle?

description of Any Card at any Number, without explanation and Ace of Hearts / Eight of hearts bit, when a card is named

the berglas effect \n - any card at any number
- jazz magic
- a foundation for miracles
- the bridge
- expect the unexpected
- the psychology of numbers
- on stage
- pointing the effect
- a different presentation
- sheer devilment
- an interlude
- in conclusion \n david berglas
2002
the mind & magic of david berglas David Berglas

numberskull \n with three decks, one deck with numbers from one to 52 \n philip t. goldstein \n mark leveridge's "count down" \n numero \n aage darling \n touch \n paul curry
2003
singapore notes Philip T. Goldstein

Numberskull

with three decks, one deck with numbers from one to 52

fluke \n number named, card shown reversed in one deck, it matches card at that number in second deck \n wayne dobson
2003
dobson's choice 2 Wayne Dobson

Fluke

number named, card shown reversed in one deck, it matches card at that number in second deck

a card and a number - take three \n - one-deck version (with mates)
- two deck version \n steve beam \n a card and a number \n al baker
2004
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 5 Steve Beam

untouched \n deck in open-topped case hangs on string, faced deck, restricted range of numbers \n barrie richardson \n version in club 71, winter 1990
2005
act two Barrie Richardson

Untouched

deck in open-topped case hangs on string, faced deck, restricted range of numbers

any card at (almost) any number \n spectator shuffles cards, half forcing deck \n stephan kirschbaum
2007
der stoff aus dem die wunder sind Stephan Kirschbaum

novacaan \n numbers openly written on back of cards, number and card named, coincidence, memorized deck \n ken krenzel
2009
relaxed impossibilities Ken Krenzel

NOVACAAN

numbers openly written on back of cards, number and card named, coincidence, memorized deck

caan caan \n any card at any number with two selections, one my magician, one by spectator, they find their own cards by naming a number \n jerry k. hartman \n any \n karl fulves
2010
caan craft Jerry K. Hartman

CAAN CAAN

Any Card At Any Number with two selections, one my magician, one by spectator, they find their own cards by naming a number

caan con \n acaan with one selection, magician tries and finds mate, spectator tries and finds the card \n jerry k. hartman \n slipwitch \n jerry k. hartman
2010
caan craft Jerry K. Hartman

CAAN Con

ACAAN with one selection, magician tries and finds mate, spectator tries and finds the card

caan game \n any card at any number with one selection, card selected random by suit and number \n jerry k. hartman \n slipwitch \n jerry k. hartman
2010
caan craft Jerry K. Hartman

CAAN Game

Any Card At Any Number with one selection, card selected random by suit and number

caan tu \n spectator names two numbers, one finds the magician's card, one finds their own named card, impromptu \n jerry k. hartman
2010
caan craft Jerry K. Hartman

CAAN Tu

Spectator names two numbers, one finds the magician's card, one finds their own named card, impromptu

caan kicker \n impromptu acaan routine with an instruction card \n jerry k. hartman \n cullocation \n jerry k. hartman
2010
caan craft Jerry K. Hartman

u-predict-it \n performer and spectator name a card and number each, they match, half new deck order type stack used \n karl fulves
2010
prolix Karl Fulves

U-Predict-It

performer and spectator name a card and number each, they match, half new deck order type stack used

devil's deal \n performer and spectator each name a card and a number, gemini placement by counting to those numbers, for corrections see reference \n karl fulves \n devil's deal \n karl fulves \n the devil his due \n mel bennett
2010
prolix Karl Fulves

Devil's Deal

performer and spectator each name a card and a number, Gemini Placement by counting to those numbers, for corrections see reference

in the box \n placing any card at any number with riffle shuffle, posed as a problem, with gaffed box to mark position in deck as it is dumped out of the case, no actual cut, acaan application \n karl fulves \n think stop \n karl fulves
2010
prolix Karl Fulves

In The Box

placing any card at any number with riffle shuffle, posed as a problem, with gaffed box to mark position in deck as it is dumped out of the case, no actual cut, ACAAN application

cards and numbers \n comments and references on the plot \n karl fulves \n thot dice \n karl fulves \n shuttle cut \n karl fulves
2010
prolix Karl Fulves

shuffled acaan \n handling in which the spectator can shuffle first \n denis behr \n a card and a number \n al baker \n s.a.c.a.a.n. \n asi wind
2011
handcrafted card magic — volume 2 Denis Behr

caa(s)n \n "unexplained"
card at any (small) number, card and number up to five named, envelope with five cards, card at position, posed as a problem \n karl fulves
2011
prolix Karl Fulves

CAA(S)N

"Unexplained"
Card At Any (Small) Number, card and number up to five named, envelope with five cards, card at position, posed as a problem

devil's deal \n performer and spectator each name a card and a number, gemini placement by counting to those numbers, corrected handling \n karl fulves \n devil's deal \n karl fulves
2011
xtra credit Karl Fulves

Devil's Deal

performer and spectator each name a card and a number, Gemini Placement by counting to those numbers, corrected handling

gt's workers card at any number \n card freely named, person on the other side of the phone names a number, card is found at that number, used to grab attention of people on the phone \n garrett thomas \n the texter / thumbs \n garrett thomas
2012
the gift of magic: amazing moments Garrett Thomas

GT's Workers Card at Any Number

Card freely named, person on the other side of the phone names a number, card is found at that number, used to grab attention of people on the phone

jazzing baker \n based on al baker's acaan. has elements of improvisation with memorized deck to get a direct hit \n john born
2012
seeking the bridge John Born

Jazzing Baker

Based on Al Baker's ACAAN. Has elements of improvisation with memorized deck to get a direct hit

selected card at any number \n card at any number effect where the spectator spells the number. \n steve beam
2015
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 9 Steve Beam

Selected Card at Any Number

Card at any number effect where the spectator spells the number.

svensk voodoo \n one card selected and one thought-of, first found at number named by performer, second at number named by spectator \n tomas blomberg \n introduction \n jerry k. hartman \n two-deck svensk voodoo \n tomas blomberg \n svenvoodoo \n bob farmer \n paradromic delusion \n john hostler
2015
blomberg laboratories Tomas Blomberg

Svensk Voodoo

one card selected and one thought-of, first found at number named by performer, second at number named by spectator

so-lution 1 \n - phase 1: selecting a number
- phase 2: forcing one of twelve court cards
- phase 3: production of the card (climax) \n so sato
2016
the secrets of so sato So Sato

头脑风暴 \n (brainstorm) based on tom stone's factory blanks. spectator writes a number and a card on a piece of paper, card is found at that number, can also be used for mentalism \n 张国洲 jojo
2017
the truth 真相 张国洲 Jojo

头脑风暴

(Brainstorm) Based on Tom Stone's Factory Blanks. Spectator writes a number and a card on a piece of paper, card is found at that number, can also be used for mentalism

paradromic delusion \n two deck, one person names a card and a number, second person selects card, performer looks through deck and names position of selection, first person finds card and number in other deck \n john hostler \n rg location \n richard goldshot \n undo influence: theory and practice \n simon aronson \n svensk voodoo \n tomas blomberg
2018
firkin of deipotent trouvailles John Hostler

Paradromic Delusion

two deck, one person names a card and a number, second person selects card, performer looks through deck and names position of selection, first person finds card and number in other deck

a numbers game (ladanye's acaan) \n shuffle tracking demonstration, then acaan all in the hands of the performer as skill demo \n jason ladanye \n case card \n darwin ortiz
2018
game changer Jason Ladanye

A Numbers Game (Ladanye's ACAAN)

shuffle tracking demonstration, then ACAAN all in the hands of the performer as skill demo