prévoir la pensée d'un homme en mettant d'avance une carte choisie au hasard, au rang et au numéro que cet homme doit choisir un instant après \n chosen card at any number in the deck, faced deck and deck flop \n unknown
1786
testament de jérôme sharp
Unknown

Prévoir la pensée d'un homme en mettant d'avance une carte choisie au hasard, au rang et au numéro que cet homme doit choisir un instant après

chosen card at any number in the deck, faced deck and deck flop

to allow a person to think of a card, and to make that card appear at such number in the pack as another person shall name \n card and its position remembered, bluff counting started with that number, with variation \n unknown \n to make a card thought of by one person appear at such number in the pack as another person shall choose \n unknown \n "die wievielte karte?" \n david tobias bamberg \n mentalo \n unknown \n the selected card appears at number chosen by another person \n ellis stanyon
1876
modern magic
Unknown

To allow a Person to think of a Card, and to make that Card appear at such Number in the Pack as Another Person shall Name

card and its position remembered, bluff counting started with that number, with variation

a card having been drawn and returned, and the pack shuffled, to make it appear at such number as the company choose \n two methods (glide and re-deal) \n unknown
1876
modern magic
Unknown

A Card having been Drawn and Returned, and the Pack shuffled, to make it Appear at such Number as the Company Choose

several persons having each drawn and returned a card, to make each card appear at such number in the pack as the drawer chooses \n \n unknown
1876
modern magic
Unknown

Several Persons having each Drawn and Returned a Card, to make each Card appear at such Number in the Pack as the Drawer chooses

to make a card thought of by one person appear at such number in the pack as another person shall choose \n card and its position remembered, bluff counting started with that number, re-count \n unknown \n to allow a person to think of a card, and to make that card appear at such number in the pack as another person shall name \n unknown \n history \n karl fulves
1889
tricks with cards
Unknown

To make a Card thought of by one Person appear at such Number in the Pack as another Person shall choose

card and its position remembered, bluff counting started with that number, re-count

thought doubly anticipated \n "to place a card thought of by one person at such position in the pack as another person shall mentally select"
psychological force & position 7 with outs \n unknown
1889
tricks with cards
Unknown

Thought Doubly Anticipated

"To Place a Card Thought of by one Person at such Position in the Pack as another Person shall mentally Select"
psychological force & position 7 with outs

to produce three cards at any position in the pack thought of by another person \n three cards appear consecutively at freely named number \n professor hoffmann
1890
more magic Professor Hoffmann

To produce Three Cards at any Position in the Pack thought of by Another Person

three cards appear consecutively at freely named number

der kartenkünstler als hellseher \n no. 34, four cards chosen, deck placed in spectator's pocket, number named, cards removed and card at that number is first selection, repeated three more times \n unknown
1895
der kartenkünstler
Unknown

Der Kartenkünstler als Hellseher

No. 34, four cards chosen, deck placed in spectator's pocket, number named, cards removed and card at that number is first selection, repeated three more times

abzählen der karten \n faced deck, spectator names number, as force \n unknown \n das abzählen der karten \n unknown \n die geheimnisvolle verbindung \n unknown
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler
Unknown

die geheimnisvolle verbindung \n card appears at chosen number, duplicate and double-count, two methods \n unknown \n abzählen der karten \n unknown \n thought reading extraordinary \n unknown \n the ubiquitous card \n unknown
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler
Unknown

Die geheimnisvolle Verbindung

card appears at chosen number, duplicate and double-count, two methods

mundus vult decipi \n card appears at named number, menetekel deck without short cards \n unknown \n mundus vult decipi \n unknown
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler
Unknown

Mundus vult decipi

card appears at named number, Menetekel deck without short cards

thought reading extraordinary \n thought of card at thought of number up to ten \n unknown \n die geheimnisvolle verbindung \n unknown \n power of concentrated thought \n s. w. erdnase
1897
new era card tricks
Unknown

four aces at four numbers \n four numbers named and aces counted to one by one, using faced deck and deck turnovers \n unknown
1897
die zauberwelt
Unknown

Four Aces at four Numbers

four numbers named and Aces counted to one by one, using faced deck and deck turnovers

die verbrannte und wieder entstandene karte \n card at any number force (palmed card replaced when named number is reached), card burned and reappears in cage \n hugo kramer
1898
die zauberwelt Hugo Kramer

Die verbrannte und wieder entstandene Karte

card at any number force (palmed card replaced when named number is reached), card burned and reappears in cage

fin de siècle \n no. 12, card chosen, deck cut in as many packets as the spectator wishes, selection appears at named number in a chosen packet \n unknown
1900
der amateurzauberer
Unknown

Fin de Siècle

No. 12, card chosen, deck cut in as many packets as the spectator wishes, selection appears at named number in a chosen packet

denken und vergessen \n two cards chosen by a spectator and replaced, one named and one "forgotten", named appears at named number, other one chosen by another spectator \n charles arbre \n zum kartenkunststück "denken und vergessen" \n eduard w. lufa
1900
die zauberwelt Charles Arbre

Denken und Vergessen

two cards chosen by a spectator and replaced, one named and one "forgotten", named appears at named number, other one chosen by another spectator

power of concentrated thought \n number up to ten \n s. w. erdnase \n thought reading extraordinary \n unknown \n card and number divination \n unknown \n card at any number \n chan canasta \n scaan \n tom gagnon
1902
the expert at the card table S. W. Erdnase

die seelenwanderung der karten \n four-of-a-kind placed in square formation in a napkin, two card covered with cardboard, they travel upwards one by one through the napkin, preliminary phase in which every ace does a trick (comes to top, travels from pocket to pocket, to pocket, appears at any number) to switch the ungaffed cards for double facers \n friedrich w. conradi-horster
1904
der zauberspiegel Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster

Die Seelenwanderung der Karten

four-of-a-kind placed in square formation in a napkin, two card covered with cardboard, they travel upwards one by one through the napkin, preliminary phase in which every Ace does a trick (comes to top, travels from pocket to pocket, to pocket, appears at any number) to switch the ungaffed cards for double facers

eine neue methode des abzählens \n "schule der magie"
selection placed on top, small number named and card shown at that position, extra card placed on top and then glide/strike second deal \n dr. reinhard rohnstein
1904
der zauberspiegel Dr. Reinhard Rohnstein

Eine neue Methode des Abzählens

"Schule der Magie"
selection placed on top, small number named and card shown at that position, extra card placed on top and then glide/strike second deal

das vorherbestimmen menschlicher gedanken oder "die sehergabe des indischen marabus" \n three selections and their positions in the deck predicted, faced deck, two methods with or without an off-stage assistant, pocket writing of numbers with stencil \n a. j.
1904
die zauberwelt A. J.

Das Vorherbestimmen menschlicher Gedanken oder "Die Sehergabe des indischen Marabus"

three selections and their positions in the deck predicted, faced deck, two methods with or without an off-stage assistant, pocket writing of numbers with stencil

ihr wille geschehe! \n card chosen and shuffled back by spectator, small number named and card is there, gambling for seven with outs \n carl willmann
1904
die zauberwelt Carl Willmann

Ihr Wille geschehe!

card chosen and shuffled back by spectator, small number named and card is there, gambling for seven with outs

chosen card appears in any part of the deck \n "card tricks based on a new and original system of locating a chosen card"
selection to any small number, with outs and alternative strategies \n t. nelson downs
1909
the art of magic T. Nelson Downs

Chosen Card Appears in Any Part of the Deck

"Card Tricks based on a New and Original System of Locating a Chosen Card"
selection to any small number, with outs and alternative strategies

the ubiquitous cards \n three peeked-at cards, three times stop trick performed, last time with spectator dealing, with variation with numbers instead of "stop" \n nate leipzig
1909
the art of magic Nate Leipzig

The Ubiquitous Cards

three peeked-at cards, three times stop trick performed, last time with spectator dealing, with variation with numbers instead of "stop"

to allow a person to think of a card, and to make that card appear at any number in the pack which the rest of the company may decide upon \n card and its position from the face remembered, any number named, performer goes behind back, then count started from remembered position \n unknown
1911
modern card manipulation
Unknown

To allow a Person to think of a Card, and to make that Card appear at any number in the Pack which the rest of the Company may decide upon

card and its position from the face remembered, any number named, performer goes behind back, then count started from remembered position

cards and coincidence \n three selections and three packets, cards at number, faced deck method \n stanley collins
1915
original magical creations Stanley Collins

Cards and Coincidence

three selections and three packets, cards at number, faced deck method

divino \n no. 5, deck dealt into two piles, card at position in one half remembered, deck pocketed, number named, card at that position is selection \n charles t. jordan \n divino \n charles t. jordan
1920
ten new prepared card tricks Charles T. Jordan

Divino

No. 5, deck dealt into two piles, card at position in one half remembered, deck pocketed, number named, card at that position is selection

locating \n card chosen and lost, magician divines card and position in deck after shuffles and cuts \n louis nikola \n locating \n louis nikola
1927
the nikola card system Louis Nikola

Locating

Card chosen and lost, magician divines card and position in deck after shuffles and cuts

the flight \n card to impossible location at any number: card vanishes from inside an envelope to be found in a deck sealed also in another envelope, at a location named by the spectator \n louis nikola
1927
the nikola card system Louis Nikola

The Flight

Card to Impossible Location At Any Number: Card vanishes from inside an envelope to be found in a deck sealed also in another envelope, at a location named by the spectator

thoughts anticipated \n card and its position remembered, is transferred to another named number \n unknown \n a change in number \n warren wiersbe \n point of contrast \n ken krenzel
1933
card manipulations
Unknown

Thoughts Anticipated

card and its position remembered, is transferred to another named number

the "will-o'-the-wisp" card \n "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 \n ralph w. hull \n thoughts anticipated \n unknown
1933
more "eye-openers" 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

hull's "never miss" card trick \n selection appears at chosen position, repeat with apparent failure and transformation
- reverse count and packet turnover bluff
- slip-back deal count \n ralph w. hull
1933
more "eye-openers" Ralph W. Hull

Hull's "Never Miss" Card Trick

selection appears at chosen position, repeat with apparent failure and transformation

three cards - three numbers \n two decks, three times cards are found at small number named, in other pack, three-way forcing pack \n theodore annemann
1934
sh-h-h--! it's a secret Theodore Annemann

Three Cards - Three Numbers

two decks, three times cards are found at small number named, in other pack, three-way forcing pack

card and number divination \n up to ten, with outs (palm-off, transformation) \n unknown \n power of concentrated thought \n s. w. erdnase
1935
mental magic with cards
Unknown

a most unusual experiment in which a chosen card appears instantly at any number in the deck from 10 to 45 \n \n laurie ireland \n the slap trick \n dai vernon \n laurie ireland
1935
ireland's yearbooks Laurie Ireland

A Most Unusual Experiment in Which a Chosen Card Appears Instantly at Any Number in the Deck from 10 to 45

automatic seconds \n card(s) at any number(s) using second deal from card case with slit \n harry j. smith \n shoe-in \n ken krenzel \n harry j. smith
1936
the jinx 1-50 Harry J. Smith

Automatic Seconds

card(s) at any number(s) using second deal from card case with slit

seventeen down \n selection appears at number foretold by magician. effect allows magician to secretly cull the four kings to the top for a later routine. \n victor farelli \n (al baker, the sphinx, 1932)
1936
"lend me your pack" Victor Farelli

Seventeen Down

Selection appears at number foretold by magician. Effect allows magician to secretly cull the four Kings to the top for a later routine.

initialled card telepathy \n signed card at chosen number or stop trick, double backer \n theodore annemann
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Theodore Annemann

Initialled Card Telepathy

signed card at chosen number or stop trick, double backer

mentalo \n card at random position is found at position twenty with bold miscounting \n unknown \n to allow a person to think of a card, and to make that card appear at such number in the pack as another person shall name \n unknown
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks
Unknown

Mentalo

card at random position is found at position twenty with bold miscounting

keystone card discovery \n some byplay and apparent failure \n william larsen \n t. page wright
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks William Larsen, T. Page Wright

the 52 card trick \n thought-of card ends up at named number up to thirteen, matrix dealing elimination process \n unknown
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks
Unknown

The 52 Card Trick

thought-of card ends up at named number up to thirteen, matrix dealing elimination process

three in one card trick \n card vanishes from packet and travels to named position into other packet, duplicate, saliva \n ralph w. hull
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Ralph W. Hull

Three in One Card Trick

card vanishes from packet and travels to named position into other packet, duplicate, saliva

card and number \n number named, that many cards are cut to and selection is at that position, belly stripper card \n harry blackstone
1938
greater magic Harry Blackstone

Card and Number

number named, that many cards are cut to and selection is at that position, belly stripper card

give a number! \n featuring weird throw switch, mention of svengali deck method \n harrison \n simplex card transposition \n edward marlo \n jean hugard
1938
the jinx 1-50 Harrison

Give a Number!

featuring weird throw switch, mention of Svengali deck method

card at any small number \n bottom deal with cover card subtlety \n laurie ireland \n the zodiac card \n gene maze \n the keepers of the secrets \n peter duffie \n stopping hofzinser \n johnny thompson
1938
lessons in dishonesty Laurie Ireland

criss-cross \n performer and spectator each write down card and number from one to twenty-six, when counted down in two halves it matches, option to end clean by switching the half with duplicates \n stephen simpson
1939
the jinx 51-100 Stephen Simpson

Criss-Cross

performer and spectator each write down card and number from one to twenty-six, when counted down in two halves it matches, option to end clean by switching the half with duplicates

stop \n selection is at thought of position, continuous triples \n theodore annemann \n naming the stranger \n karl fulves
1939
the incorporated strange secrets Theodore Annemann

Stop

selection is at thought of position, continuous triples

the lighting calculator \n number named, that many cards cut off, next card selection \n jean hugard \n frederick braue
1941
the stripper deck Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue

The Lighting Calculator

number named, that many cards cut off, next card selection

the obliging cards \n two cards found at two named numbers \n jean hugard \n frederick braue
1942
miracle shuffles and tricks Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue

the silver trick \n date on coin is used to count down to four selections \n jean hugard \n frederick braue
1942
miracle shuffles and tricks Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue

The Silver Trick

date on coin is used to count down to four selections

ringing the changes \n card and its position remembered, optional stranger card \n jean hugard \n frederick braue
1942
prepared cards and accessories Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue

Ringing the Changes

card and its position remembered, optional stranger card

routine with a svengali deck \n different effects with a svengali deck, reverse, spelling, counting, all alike \n tom bowyer
1944
hugard's magic monthly — volumes i, ii, iii and iv Tom Bowyer

Routine with a Svengali Deck

different effects with a svengali deck, reverse, spelling, counting, all alike

name your number \n one of six cards chosen, its number used to count to selection \n bert allerton \n a psychological discovery \n sam leo horowitz
1945
hugard's magic monthly — volumes i, ii, iii and iv Bert Allerton

Name Your Number

one of six cards chosen, its number used to count to selection

a change in number \n card and its position remembered, is transferred to another named number \n warren wiersbe \n thoughts anticipated \n unknown
1946
mental cases with cards Warren Wiersbe

A Change in Number

card and its position remembered, is transferred to another named number

the eagle speaks \n coin whispers the position, where the selection is in the deck, then the coin vanishes and appears above the selection \n john scarne \n air coin cut (エアーコイン・カット) \n tomoya horiki
1946
the phoenix 101-150 John Scarne

The Eagle Speaks

coin whispers the position, where the selection is in the deck, then the coin vanishes and appears above the selection

marlo's miracle prediction \n deck shuffled, number named by spectator, card predicted, punch deal \n edward marlo \n the punch deal \n frederick braue \n marlo's miracle prediction handling \n ken krenzel \n edward marlo \n border control \n john cottle
1947
marlo in spades Edward Marlo

Marlo's Miracle Prediction

deck shuffled, number named by spectator, card predicted, punch deal

grant's terrific telephone test \n deck dealt onto table in row with every other card reversed, reversed one chosen, then any person called who names an odd number, card is there, half forcing deck \n u. f. grant \n any number over telephone \n u. f. grant
1949
grant's inner circle magazine U. F. Grant

Grant's Terrific Telephone Test

deck dealt onto table in row with every other card reversed, reversed one chosen, then any person called who names an odd number, card is there, half forcing deck

thought control \n no. 28, ten cards chosen and written on slips of paper, along with number. one paper is chosen, dealing down to number reveals that card \n howard wurst
1950
scarne on card tricks Howard Wurst

Thought Control

No. 28, Ten cards chosen and written on slips of paper, along with number. One paper is chosen, dealing down to number reveals that card

magic in your own hands \n no. 29, spectator names a number between five and ten, card found at that number \n cliff green
1950
scarne on card tricks Cliff Green

Magic in Your Own Hands

No. 29, Spectator names a number between five and ten, card found at that number

james's miracle \n no. 72, two numbers from one to ten, chosen values lie at reversed chosen numbers \n stewart james \n pure mathematics \n dai vernon \n change x change \n karl fulves \n applause card \n stewart james \n steve beam \n a slight slant on slaight \n peter duffie \n robin robertson \n the inverse function deck \n mel bennett
1950
scarne on card tricks Stewart James

James's Miracle

No. 72, two numbers from one to ten, chosen values lie at reversed chosen numbers

unknown - effect no. 2 \n two selections appear at selected numbers up to ten, several methods, some with roughed cards, impromptu double backer \n edward marlo
1951
unknown Edward Marlo

Unknown - Effect No. 2

two selections appear at selected numbers up to ten, several methods, some with roughed cards, impromptu double backer

effect no. 6 \n spectator thinks of card as they are riffled by slowly, this card reverses at named number \n edward marlo
1951
the marlo miracle deck Edward Marlo

Effect No. 6

spectator thinks of card as they are riffled by slowly, this card reverses at named number

two numbers \n two cards selected, spectators only think of a number, both cards are found at the positions \n bill simon \n dealing the aces \n frederick braue
1952
effective card magic Bill Simon

Two Numbers

two cards selected, spectators only think of a number, both cards are found at the positions

no title at all \n two selection, first found by stop, second by naming a number, two way forcing deck, alternated \n theodore annemann
1952
annemann's buried treasures Theodore Annemann

No Title At All

two selection, first found by stop, second by naming a number, two way forcing deck, alternated

hal's halucination \n numbers written on billets, performer tries to find selection and removes two cards, one for suit other for value, card is found at number on selected billet \n hal m. greenberg
1952
the phoenix 251 — 300 Hal M. Greenberg

Hal's Halucination

numbers written on billets, performer tries to find selection and removes two cards, one for suit other for value, card is found at number on selected billet

the mystic card of fu \n message appears on a blank card, which names position of selection in deck \n r. m. jamison
1954
the new phoenix 301-348 R. M. Jamison

The Mystic Card of Fu

message appears on a blank card, which names position of selection in deck

the keystone card discovery \n two numbers named, predicted card is found at position equal to the difference between the two numbers. \n charles t. jordan
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Charles T. Jordan

The Keystone Card Discovery

Two numbers named, predicted card is found at position equal to the difference between the two numbers.

the bent corner prediction \n spectator names number up to 52, card there is predicted by performer \n dai vernon \n inner secrets of card magic \n edward marlo \n dai vernon \n lewis ganson \n prediction \n martin gardner
1959
inner secrets of card magic Dai Vernon

The Bent Corner Prediction

Spectator names number up to 52, card there is predicted by performer

the over count \n selection found at a freely chosen number \n edward marlo \n alternate method of producing a card at any number \n ellis stanyon
1959
seconds, centers, bottoms Edward Marlo

aces and numbers \n aces are found at numbers designated by apparently random playing cards \n edward marlo \n aces and numbers variation \n edward marlo
1961
the multiple shift Edward Marlo

Aces and Numbers

aces are found at numbers designated by apparently random playing cards

the upside down trick \n value cut to is counted down to find selection, featuring face-up bottom deal \n charlie miller
1961
an evening with charlie miller Charlie Miller

The Upside Down Trick

value cut to is counted down to find selection, featuring face-up bottom deal

the sloppy card trick \n saliva for control, selection appears on named number up to ten \n harry lorayne \n dried-out sloppy card trick \n harry lorayne
1962
close-up card magic Harry Lorayne

The Sloppy Card Trick

saliva for control, selection appears on named number up to ten

hypnose \n multiple spectators chose the same card, routine for svengali type decks \n jochen zmeck
1962
enzyklopädie der rauh-glatt-kartentricks - teil i Jochen Zmeck

Hypnose

multiple spectators chose the same card, routine for Svengali type decks

medium \n partial rough-smooth, red and black alternate, then force blocks, three phases:
1. spectator says if top card is red or black, he is always right
2. spectator names position of a given card, the card is at that position
3. performer put unknown card in pocket, spectator divines it \n jochen zmeck \n psi color \n edward marlo
1962
enzyklopädie der rauh-glatt-kartentricks — teil ii Jochen Zmeck

Medium

partial rough-smooth, red and black alternate, then force blocks, three phases:
1. spectator says if top card is red or black, he is always right
2. spectator names position of a given card, the card is at that position
3. performer put unknown card in pocket, spectator divines it

erfüllte gedankenwünsche \n two cards selected and spectators find them with small number or stop, two-card mirage deck, partial rough-smooth \n al koran
1962
enzyklopädie der rauh-glatt-kartentricks — teil ii Al Koran

Erfüllte Gedankenwünsche

two cards selected and spectators find them with small number or stop, two-card mirage deck, partial rough-smooth

marlo miracle aces \n classic faro ace cutting ("estimation aces"), last ace found at named number \n edward marlo \n impossible poker demonstration \n john f. mendoza \n marlo miracle aces \n edward marlo \n martin a. nash \n marlo miracle aces \n edward marlo \n martin a. nash \n flash of light \n eddie taytelbaum \n stephen tucker \n the miracle aces \n roberto giobbi \n automatic ace cutting \n tom gagnon \n jive aces \n edward marlo \n michael close \n andrew wimhurst \n patrick lehnen \n aces reloaded \n r. paul wilson \n expert estimating the aces \n johnny thompson \n punched in the dark \n tom gagnon \n miracle ace routine \n edward marlo
1964
faro controlled miracles Edward Marlo

Marlo Miracle Aces

classic faro Ace cutting ("estimation aces"), last Ace found at named number

pure mathematics \n two numbers from one to ten, chosen values lie at reversed chosen numbers \n dai vernon \n james's miracle \n stewart james \n ice dice \n philip t. goldstein \n stewart james \n applause card \n stewart james \n steve beam \n die version \n karl fulves \n stewart james
1967
ultimate secrets of card magic Dai Vernon

Pure Mathematics

two numbers from one to ten, chosen values lie at reversed chosen numbers

ten gives three \n ace to ten are shuffled, reorder themselves, joker appeares at chosen number \n bruce cervon \n an extraordinary prediction \n harry lorayne
1967
ultimate secrets of card magic Bruce Cervon

Ten Gives Three

ace to ten are shuffled, reorder themselves, joker appeares at chosen number

your number - your card \n four cards face up, value of each is dealt and four selections are found, spectators decide in which order \n gene finnell
1967
free cut principle Gene Finnell

Your Number - Your Card

four cards face up, value of each is dealt and four selections are found, spectators decide in which order

"wandman" transpo \n card moves from one position in deck to another, by throwing dice, using walter wandman dice box \n jack avis
1968
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Jack Avis

"Wandman" Transpo

card moves from one position in deck to another, by throwing dice, using Walter Wandman dice box

hidden power \n card selected via automatic placement procedure moves to named number \n jack avis \n wired hidden power \n jon racherbaumer \n jack avis \n hidden power \n karl fulves \n jack avis
1968
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Jack Avis

Hidden Power

card selected via Automatic Placement procedure moves to named number

applications \n of the immediate bottom deal:
- as an exchange
- as a count-down effect
- gambling demonstration \n edward marlo
1968
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Edward Marlo

once again!!! \n selection is found at named number, then at stopped position, then wrong card turns into selection and finally the balloon stand \n alan shaxon
1970
my kind of magic Alan Shaxon

Once Again!!!

selection is found at named number, then at stopped position, then wrong card turns into selection and finally the balloon stand

countdown disclosures \n setting a selection to named number in small packet, several approaches (described in context reference) \n edward marlo \n "over here, of course!" \n edward marlo \n notes \n jon racherbaumer
1972
kabbala — volume 2 Edward Marlo

Countdown Disclosures

setting a selection to named number in small packet, several approaches (described in context reference)

el valor de un soplo magico \n card at small number, performer counts once and fails, then spectator repeats it and card is found \n juan tamariz
1973
aprenda ud. magia Juan Tamariz

El Valor de un Soplo Magico

card at small number, performer counts once and fails, then spectator repeats it and card is found

the electronic man \n with computer cards, number named only punched card, computer presentation, see p. 370 for idea by j.g. thompson jr. \n calvin thompson
1973
the compleat magick - volume 1 Calvin Thompson

The Electronic Man

with computer cards, number named only punched card, computer presentation, see p. 370 for idea by J.G. Thompson Jr.

ice dice \n chosen values lie at chosen numbers, imaginary dice \n philip t. goldstein \n stewart james \n pure mathematics \n dai vernon \n ice dice \n philip t. goldstein \n stewart james \n the pretend prediction \n karrell fox \n change x change \n karl fulves
1974
card tricks for people who don't do card tricks Philip T. Goldstein, Stewart James

Ice Dice

chosen values lie at chosen numbers, imaginary dice

card at a number \n deck is shuffled and covered with handkerchief, spectator names a number from 10-20, performer able to divine which card is at that position \n paul rosini
1975
magic with faucett ross Paul Rosini

Card at a Number

Deck is shuffled and covered with handkerchief, spectator names a number from 10-20, performer able to divine which card is at that position

cutting freely does it \n card selected with cutting procedure shows up at previously named number between twenty and thirty \n roger smith
1975
smith's mini-lecture notes no. 1 Roger Smith

Cutting Freely Does It

card selected with cutting procedure shows up at previously named number between twenty and thirty

thought waves ii \n spectator remember cards and position, card appears at number thought by another spectator, faced deck \n frederick wingfield \n riding a wave \n danny korem
1975
the compleat magick — volume ii Frederick Wingfield

Thought Waves II

spectator remember cards and position, card appears at number thought by another spectator, faced deck

the pellet classic \n number from ten to twenty-five named, three cards chosen and written on pellets, cards lost, pellet chosen, this card is at named position \n edward marlo \n three selection discovery \n david solomon
1976
marlo's magazine volume 1 Edward Marlo

The Pellet Classic

number from ten to twenty-five named, three cards chosen and written on pellets, cards lost, pellet chosen, this card is at named position

unknown - effect no. 2 \n two selections appear at selected numbers up to ten, several methods, some with roughed cards, impromptu double backer \n edward marlo
1976
early marlo Edward Marlo

Unknown - Effect No. 2

two selections appear at selected numbers up to ten, several methods, some with roughed cards, impromptu double backer

dice and card revelation \n card found at number rolled on dice, then performer pulls out pair of cards that match the numbers on the dice \n nick trost
1976
subtle card magic: part two Nick Trost

Dice and Card Revelation

Card found at number rolled on dice, then performer pulls out pair of cards that match the numbers on the dice

friday night countdown \n card near bottom, small number counted to and card there changes into selection, repeat, for method see necromancer vol. 2 no. 4 \n roger smith
1976
smith's mini-lecture notes no. 2 Roger Smith

Friday Night Countdown

card near bottom, small number counted to and card there changes into selection, repeat, for method see Necromancer Vol. 2 No. 4

calculator cards \n no. 62, selection is "six and three quarters cards" down in deck, it's correct with a card in which a quarter is torn out \n richard himber
1976
self-working card tricks Richard Himber

Calculator Cards

No. 62, selection is "six and three quarters cards" down in deck, it's correct with a card in which a quarter is torn out

stop at nothing \n selection shuffled back and number named, there appears a blank card and selection is gone \n karl fulves
1977
impromptu holdouts Karl Fulves

Stop At Nothing

selection shuffled back and number named, there appears a blank card and selection is gone

at any number \n between ten and twenty \n ken krenzel \n card at any number \n jerry sadowitz \n ken krenzel
1978
the card classics of ken krenzel Ken Krenzel

quick counts \n quick count i: magician divines card at a certain position in deck
quick count ii: spectator stops the dealing on previously named card \n jerry k. hartman
1978
loose ends Jerry K. Hartman

Quick Counts

Quick Count I: Magician divines card at a certain position in deck
Quick Count II: Spectator stops the dealing on previously named card

the number force \n card named, numbers jotted down and summed up, card at that position
- plus a marked deck (card pushed out of marked deck instead of named) \n jack yates
1978
jack's pack Jack Yates

The Number Force

card named, numbers jotted down and summed up, card at that position

Plus a Marked Deck (card pushed out of marked deck instead of named)

any way that you want it \n named aces at named positions, false dealing \n martin a. nash \n any way that you want it \n martin a. nash
1979
sleight unseen Martin A. Nash

an extraordinary prediction \n ace to ten are shuffled, reorder themselves, jack appeares at chosen number \n harry lorayne \n ten gives three \n bruce cervon
1979
quantum leaps Harry Lorayne

An Extraordinary Prediction

ace to ten are shuffled, reorder themselves, jack appeares at chosen number

chance! \n named card is found on position which is the same number as the price written on the box \n leslie anderson
1979
the compleat magick — volume iii Leslie Anderson

Chance!

named card is found on position which is the same number as the price written on the box

any way that you want it \n named aces at named positions, false dealing \n martin a. nash \n any way that you want it \n martin a. nash
1980
ovation Martin A. Nash

marlo miracle aces \n classic faro ace cutting ("estimation aces"), last ace found at named number \n edward marlo \n martin a. nash \n marlo miracle aces \n edward marlo
1980
colors on the march Edward Marlo, Martin A. Nash

Marlo Miracle Aces

classic faro ace cutting ("estimation aces"), last ace found at named number

numero uno \n number up to twenty names, that many cards cut off by performer, selection at that position \n harry lorayne \n numero uno \n harry lorayne
1980
lecture notes Harry Lorayne

Numero Uno

number up to twenty names, that many cards cut off by performer, selection at that position

ice dice \n chosen values lie at chosen numbers, imaginary dice \n philip t. goldstein \n stewart james \n pure mathematics \n dai vernon \n ice dice \n philip t. goldstein \n stewart james \n change x change \n karl fulves
1982
shuffled lecture Philip T. Goldstein, Stewart James

Ice Dice

chosen values lie at chosen numbers, imaginary dice

birrth-control \n any card is named and produced, using date of birth \n stephen tucker \n the 24 card trick \n william mckay
1982
spell-binder Stephen Tucker

Birrth-Control

any card is named and produced, using date of birth

twinsome \n number is secretly written down, card is peeked at, deck dealt and both spectator shout at the same time stop \n thomas alan waters
1984
mind, myth & magick Thomas Alan Waters

Twinsome

number is secretly written down, card is peeked at, deck dealt and both spectator shout at the same time stop

deckspert \n no. 10, four dice thrown, two used to select a card at a position, sum of all four to count down to selection \n unknown
1984
more self-working card tricks
Unknown

Deckspert

No. 10, four dice thrown, two used to select a card at a position, sum of all four to count down to selection

point of contrast \n card at thought of number travels to named number \n ken krenzel \n thoughts anticipated \n unknown
1985
best of friends — volume ii Ken Krenzel

card at given number \n slap trick \n unknown \n a most unusual experiment in which a chosen card appears instantly at any number in the deck from 10 to 45 \n laurie ireland
1985
the fred braue notebooks
Unknown

svengali routine \n selection made, card divined, then it turns over, then appears at named number and at randomly spelled card, spectator stabs next to it \n tom bowyer
1985
the fred braue notebooks Tom Bowyer

Svengali Routine

selection made, card divined, then it turns over, then appears at named number and at randomly spelled card, spectator stabs next to it

prearranged pack idea \n placing card at required number \n frederick braue \n the zingone thumbnail gauge \n louis zingone
1985
the fred braue notebooks Frederick Braue

routine \n outline of routine for four selections with locator card
- divination with crystal
- at named number
- stop trick
- vanishing pack \n frederick braue
1985
the fred braue notebooks Frederick Braue

Routine

outline of routine for four selections with locator card

slap me again (i needed that) \n any number, slap trick \n larry jennings \n dai vernon
1986
the classic magic of larry jennings Larry Jennings, Dai Vernon

impossibility \n one of sixteen cards thought of, ends up at a chosen position after a few sortings with sorting rod \n paul swinford
1986
the cyberdeck Paul Swinford

Impossibility

one of sixteen cards thought of, ends up at a chosen position after a few sortings with sorting rod

look homeward, angel \n card travels from bottom of deck to named postion reversed \n dai vernon \n my name is kerr \n jerry sadowitz \n look homeward, angel \n sam leo horowitz
1987
magical arts journal Dai Vernon

Look Homeward, Angel

card travels from bottom of deck to named postion reversed

three, four, five etc \n undercount deal as placement to named number on second deal \n jerry sadowitz \n a gambler's aid \n arthur h. buckley \n carmen d'amico
1987
inspirations Jerry Sadowitz

Three, Four, Five Etc

undercount deal as placement to named number on second deal

the slap trick \n any number \n dai vernon \n laurie ireland \n a most unusual experiment in which a chosen card appears instantly at any number in the deck from 10 to 45 \n laurie ireland \n nullifying the possibilities \n edward marlo \n combination plus \n jerry sadowitz \n card at any position \n unknown \n countdown \n bob king
1988
the vernon chronicles — volume 2 Dai Vernon, Laurie Ireland

the intelligent leaper \n interlock, two handlings \n dai vernon \n intelligent leaper handling \n tomas blomberg
1988
the vernon chronicles — volume 2 Dai Vernon

never say die \n card is found with another value \n richard vollmer \n apocalypse variations or additions \n richard vollmer \n apocalypse variations or additions \n richard vollmer
1989
apocalypse vol. 11-15 Richard Vollmer

shuffle reverse \n overhand shuffle action reverse, selection can appear reversed at named position \n jerry sadowitz
1989
cards on the table Jerry Sadowitz

Shuffle Reverse

overhand shuffle action reverse, selection can appear reversed at named position

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"

the pellet classic \n number from ten to twenty-five named, three cards chosen and written on pellets, cards lost, pellet chosen, this card is at named position \n edward marlo \n the pellet classic \n edward marlo
1990
finally! Edward Marlo

The Pellet Classic

number from ten to twenty-five named, three cards chosen and written on pellets, cards lost, pellet chosen, this card is at named position

karte in schachtel \n "signed folded card in box", slap trick, then card to box \n alexander de cova \n signed card in canister \n john kennedy \n the slap trick \n dai vernon \n laurie ireland \n signed folded card in box \n alexander de cova
1990
horizons Alexander de Cova

Karte in Schachtel

"Signed Folded Card in Box", Slap Trick, then card to box

double dealer \n two cards at numbers, with incomplete riffle shuffle condition, fulves riffle shuffle control \n steve beam \n double dealer \n steve beam \n double dealer \n steve beam \n the trapdoor issue #32 \n steve beam
1990
the trapdoor — volume two Steve Beam

Double Dealer

two cards at numbers, with incomplete riffle shuffle condition, Fulves Riffle Shuffle Control

bait and switch \n spectator names number and selects card, performer apparently brings the card to that number one-handed behind his back \n simon aronson \n deluxe anytime color triumphant \n derek dingle
1990
the aronson approach Simon Aronson

Bait and Switch

spectator names number and selects card, performer apparently brings the card to that number one-handed behind his back

not so remote viewing! \n card is named and performer names its position in the deck \n paul hallas \n a deck of cards and a miracle \n robert g. tripp \n the man from tomorrow \n vic perry
1990
mental mix Paul Hallas

Not So Remote Viewing!

card is named and performer names its position in the deck

the card-calculator \n ambitious card, card to number, stop trick, card folded to calculator \n josé carroll
1991
52 lovers — volume ii José Carroll

The Card-Calculator

ambitious card, card to number, stop trick, card folded to calculator

marlo's will-of-the-wisp \n card vanishes from its position, reappears at another chosen number (see hull's more eye openers), two methods \n edward marlo \n ralph w. hull
1991
the olram file Edward Marlo, Ralph W. Hull

Marlo's Will-Of-The-Wisp

card vanishes from its position, reappears at another chosen number (see Hull's More Eye Openers), two methods

change x change \n two chosen numbers via dice are counted down and a value of the other number is found in each case, selection found as well \n karl fulves \n james's miracle \n stewart james \n ice dice \n philip t. goldstein \n stewart james
1992
deceptive practices Karl Fulves

Change X Change

two chosen numbers via dice are counted down and a value of the other number is found in each case, selection found as well

paul revere's card \n two halves, selection vanishes from one half and appears at chosen number in second half, duplicate, "midnight marvel" (1943) \n frederick braue
1992
the fred braue notebooks Frederick Braue

Paul Revere's Card

two halves, selection vanishes from one half and appears at chosen number in second half, duplicate, "Midnight Marvel" (1943)

one to ten \n card controlled to eighth position, with out \n frederick braue \n the triple mystery \n frederick braue \n john northern hilliard
1992
the fred braue notebooks Frederick Braue

combination plus \n control sequence to get into it \n jerry sadowitz \n the slap trick \n dai vernon \n laurie ireland
1993
the marenzel reverse Jerry Sadowitz

seeing is believing \n performer blindfolded for full routine
phase i: a card pocketed and another selected
phase ii: selection found at named small number
phase iii: two more cards divined, using 52-on-one and 3-1/2 gag cards
phase iv: four aces dealt in poker round
phase v: pocketed card named \n bob king
1993
the breather 2 Bob King

Seeing is Believing

performer blindfolded for full routine
Phase I: a card pocketed and another selected
Phase II: selection found at named small number
Phase III: two more cards divined, using 52-on-One and 3-1/2 gag cards
Phase IV: four Aces dealt in poker round
Phase V: pocketed card named

double dealer \n two cards at numbers, with incomplete riffle shuffle condition, fulves riffle shuffle control \n steve beam \n double dealer \n steve beam
1993
semi-automatic card tricks Steve Beam

Double Dealer

two cards at numbers, with incomplete riffle shuffle condition, Fulves Riffle Shuffle Control

aces on impact \n spectator shuffles top half and names small number counted down and spectator takes the card at that number, repeated three more times, they are the aces \n john scarne \n re-scan variant \n peter duffie
1993
rigmarole John Scarne

Aces on Impact

spectator shuffles top half and names small number counted down and spectator takes the card at that number, repeated three more times, they are the Aces

cutback \n ace of spades shuffled in deck, spectator cuts anywhere and names small number, ace found there, beating the cut presentation \n j. w. sarles
1993
rigmarole J. W. Sarles

Cutback

Ace of Spades shuffled in deck, spectator cuts anywhere and names small number, Ace found there, beating the cut presentation

switchy-coo \n card a chosen number is reversed, then changes to previous selection \n alex elmsley
1994
the collected works of alex elmsley — volume 2 Alex Elmsley

Switchy-Coo

card a chosen number is reversed, then changes to previous selection

triple threat \n three selection shuffled face-up into three piles, three numbers named and selection appear at those numbers face-up \n gene maze
1994
gene maze and the art of bottom dealing Gene Maze

Triple Threat

three selection shuffled face-up into three piles, three numbers named and selection appear at those numbers face-up

down for the count \n two decks, card is named and put in a deck, cards next to it form a number and same card in other deck found at this position \n doug canning
1994
the trapdoor — volume three Doug Canning

Down for the Count

two decks, card is named and put in a deck, cards next to it form a number and same card in other deck found at this position

card to any number \n number between ten and twenty named, card from that position removed and placed on top, it instantly penetrates back to original position \n jackie mcclements
1994
shock treatment Jackie McClements

Card to Any Number

number between ten and twenty named, card from that position removed and placed on top, it instantly penetrates back to original position

center deal effects \n 1. selection at any number
2. two peeked-at cards at any numbers
3. aces placed into different parts are dealt out to any numbers \n edward marlo \n the new tops, mar. 1975
1995
m.i.n.t. — volume ii Edward Marlo

Center Deal Effects

1. selection at any number
2. two peeked-at cards at any numbers
3. Aces placed into different parts are dealt out to any numbers

one way, two selections \n deck divided in three packets, two cards chosen and deck reassembled, found at two selected numbers \n edward marlo \n the new tops, nov. 1977 \n ever ready-black routine \n edward marlo
1995
m.i.n.t. — volume ii Edward Marlo

One Way, Two Selections

deck divided in three packets, two cards chosen and deck reassembled, found at two selected numbers

count reverse \n card at named position removed, cut back into deck, it reappears at named position but reversed \n unknown
1996
the fred braue notebooks
Unknown

Count Reverse

card at named position removed, cut back into deck, it reappears at named position but reversed

the impossible card trick \n four spectators think of a value, counted down to to four piles, aces on top followed by named values and kings on bottom of piles \n james swain
1996
miracles with cards James Swain

The Impossible Card Trick

four spectators think of a value, counted down to to four piles, Aces on top followed by named values and Kings on bottom of piles

the well traveled card \n deck in case and number up to 52 named, signed card dropped on case, it vanishes and reappears inside at named number \n james swain
1996
miracles with cards James Swain

The Well Traveled Card

deck in case and number up to 52 named, signed card dropped on case, it vanishes and reappears inside at named number

double dealer \n two cards at numbers, with incomplete riffle shuffle condition, fulves riffle shuffle control \n steve beam \n double dealer \n steve beam
1996
magic for the british aisles Steve Beam

Double Dealer

two cards at numbers, with incomplete riffle shuffle condition, Fulves Riffle Shuffle Control

another anyone anywhere \n thought of card's position predicted, then spectator divines position of performer's card, partial memorized deck and prediction pocket index (twelve items) \n allan ackerman
1997
i can't believe it's not all cards Allan Ackerman

Another Anyone Anywhere

thought of card's position predicted, then spectator divines position of performer's card, partial memorized deck and prediction pocket index (twelve items)

no-calc \n two cards are located, two numbers written down and cards found at that position \n alex elmsley \n "no-calc" in "come a little closer" \n no-calc \n alex elmsley
1997
alex is at it again Alex Elmsley

No-Calc

two cards are located, two numbers written down and cards found at that position

the triple mystery \n three cards selected, first at named number up to ten, stop trick with second, last card spelled out \n frederick braue \n john northern hilliard \n "the triple mystery" (john northern hilliard, magical bulletin, june 1924) \n stop card trick \n john northern hilliard \n one to ten \n frederick braue
1997
the fred braue notebooks Frederick Braue, John Northern Hilliard

The Triple Mystery

three cards selected, first at named number up to ten, stop trick with second, last card spelled out

Inspired by

"The Triple Mystery" (John Northern Hilliard, Magical Bulletin, June 1924)

frank's fave \n number named, this many cards are rapidly produced, with selection at chosen number within this packet \n simon lovell \n counting on it \n paul cummins
1997
simon says! Simon Lovell

Frank's Fave

number named, this many cards are rapidly produced, with selection at chosen number within this packet

the beginning of the end \n spectator cuts to a card, its value indicates position of ace of spades from top \n peter duffie
1997
n.d.e. — a near deck experience Peter Duffie

The Beginning of the End

spectator cuts to a card, its value indicates position of Ace of Spades from top

bonnie and glide \n four spectators each name a small number and that many cards are counted in front of each from bottom of deck, ace on each \n jack avis
1998
vis à vis Jack Avis

Bonnie and Glide

four spectators each name a small number and that many cards are counted in front of each from bottom of deck, Ace on each

no-calc \n two cards are located, two numbers written down and cards found at that position \n alex elmsley \n no-calc \n alex elmsley
1998
come a little closer Alex Elmsley

No-Calc

two cards are located, two numbers written down and cards found at that position

svengali of the phone lines \n card selected, random person called on phone names selection, then spectator names any number, card appears at number (first published in new pentagram, vol. 1, no. 1, 1969) \n milton kort
1999
kort Milton Kort

Svengali of the Phone Lines

Card selected, random person called on phone names selection, then spectator names any number, card appears at number (first published in New Pentagram, vol. 1, no. 1, 1969)

random specificity \n three selections shuffled in deck, two dice used to arrive at numbers which are counted down, selections are found there \n doug conn
1999
tricks of my trade Doug Conn

Random Specificity

three selections shuffled in deck, two dice used to arrive at numbers which are counted down, selections are found there

card found at any number from the top of the pack \n no. 7, first counted and shown that card is not there, then re-counted \n ellis stanyon
1999
ellis stanyon's best card tricks Ellis Stanyon

Card Found at Any Number from the Top of the Pack

No. 7, first counted and shown that card is not there, then re-counted

the card found at any number \n no. 14, using glide, card starts second from bottom \n ellis stanyon
1999
ellis stanyon's best card tricks Ellis Stanyon

The Card Found at Any Number

No. 14, using glide, card starts second from bottom

any number from the top of the pack \n no. 19, re-counting after the card is not there the first time \n ellis stanyon
1999
ellis stanyon's best card tricks