to make a card thought of by one person appear at such number in the pack as another person shall choose\ncard and its position remembered, bluff counting started with that number, re-count\n unknown\nto 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\nhistory\nkarl 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

the capital q\nback-count force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stack\n unknown\nthe capital q\n unknown
1889
tricks with cards
Unknown

The Capital Q

back-count force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stack

the capital q\nback-count force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stack\n unknown\nthe capital q\n unknown\nq-tip\nmichael weber\ncross roads\nkarl fulves\ntale of the q\ntony bartolotta
1890
more magic
Unknown

The Capital Q

back-count force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stack

abzählen der karten\nfaced deck, spectator names number, as force\n unknown\ndas abzählen der karten\n unknown\ndie geheimnisvolle verbindung\n unknown
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler
Unknown

der neue magische kartenkreis\n"by h. sch., dresden", two predictions in envelopes, three dice rolled to get two numbers, counted to in a circle of cards, both predicted, q-principle\n unknown
1897
der zauberspiegel
Unknown

Der neue magische Kartenkreis

"by H. Sch., Dresden", two predictions in envelopes, three dice rolled to get two numbers, counted to in a circle of cards, both predicted, Q-principle

die verbrannte und wieder entstandene karte\ncard at any number force (palmed card replaced when named number is reached), card burned and reappears in cage\nhugo 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

das maskierte schleifen einer karte\nusing glide to count to any card from the face, with cover card so force card starts second from face\n unknown
1904
der zauberspiegel
Unknown

Das maskierte Schleifen einer Karte

using glide to count to any card from the face, with cover card so force card starts second from face

cremo! card restoration extraordinary\ncard forced via spelling procedure, duplicate in deck\ncharles t. jordan
1921
the four full hands Charles T. Jordan

Cremo! Card Restoration Extraordinary

card forced via spelling procedure, duplicate in deck

forcing by numbers\nspectator names any number, magician counts down to that number, card at that number is the forced card\n unknown
1927
the nikola card system
Unknown

Forcing By Numbers

Spectator names any number, magician counts down to that number, card at that number is the forced card

the mystic twelve\ncards pocketed and another remembered, performer divines position of selection and number of cards in pocket, reverse-count force\naudley walsh\nthe mystic twelve recall\naudley walsh\njon racherbaumer\nfield's zodiac card miracle\naudley walsh\neddie fields
1940
the jinx 51-100 Audley Walsh

The Mystic Twelve

cards pocketed and another remembered, performer divines position of selection and number of cards in pocket, reverse-count force

curious count\nbroken count force\nfred g. taylor\ncurious count ii\ndai vernon\nthe curious count\nfred g. taylor\nthe curiouser count\nsteve beam
1968
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Fred G. Taylor

curious count ii\ncovering cases 2 to 5\ndai vernon\ncurious count\nfred g. taylor\nthe curiouser count\nsteve beam
1969
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Dai Vernon

curious count\nbroken count principle, for credit information see reference\nfred g. taylor\ndaryl martinez\ncurious count\nfred g. taylor
1973
super subtle card miracles Fred G. Taylor, Daryl Martinez

Curious Count

broken count principle, for credit information see reference

seance\nsignatures of famous magicians appear on chosen blank cards\nlarry becker
1979
the best of larry becker's world of super mentalism book ii Larry Becker

Seance

signatures of famous magicians appear on chosen blank cards

the tenniel prediction\none of about ten cards is selected and predicted, prediction for two cards\nphilip t. goldstein\nfang shui prediction\nnathan stark
1980
the compleat magick — volume iii Philip T. Goldstein

The Tenniel Prediction

one of about ten cards is selected and predicted, prediction for two cards

orientation!\nprediction of a japanese city, cards with names, prediction in form of abc cards in envelope, 10/11 force, see also p. 1380\nphilip t. goldstein
1981
the compleat magick — volume iii Philip T. Goldstein

Orientation!

prediction of a Japanese city, cards with names, prediction in form of ABC cards in envelope, 10/11 force, see also p. 1380

blue lightning\nno. 11, packets of cards removed from two decks and counted and added in some way, at the end three spectators have the same number of cards without it being obvious, all chose the same card if counted down\nkarl fulves\nlightning strikes thrice\nstewart judah
1983
self-working number magic Karl Fulves

Blue Lightning

No. 11, packets of cards removed from two decks and counted and added in some way, at the end three spectators have the same number of cards without it being obvious, all chose the same card if counted down

lost and found\nbackwards count as prediction, "countdown force"\nterry lagerould\nlagerould countdown force\nterry lagerould\nlost and found\nharry lorayne\ncountdown force\nterry lagerould
1985
best of friends - volume ii Terry LaGerould

miscellaneous forces\n- forcing four cards with (re)dealing
- odd-even number of things to force one of two spectators (matches or corners of newspaper)\n unknown
1985
the fred braue notebooks
Unknown

Miscellaneous Forces

- forcing four cards with (re)dealing
- odd-even number of things to force one of two spectators (matches or corners of newspaper)

three pile prediction\ncounting and piles to force ninth card from top (1944)
- as a location\nfrederick braue
1985
the fred braue notebooks Frederick Braue

Three Pile Prediction

counting and piles to force ninth card from top (1944)
- As a Location

mathejack\nfour jacks produced after some counting\nkarl fulves\nhenry christ\nmathematical black jacks\nhenry christ
1989
kaleidoscope Karl Fulves, Henry Christ

red shift\ncount forcing a two, jokers from beginning change in twos to indicate value and position (22) of selection\nkarl fulves
1992
deceptive practices Karl Fulves

Red Shift

count forcing a Two, jokers from beginning change in Twos to indicate value and position (22) of selection

the loquacious queen\nthree cards selected via cut and count (no-touch force), then the whispering queen of hearts tells the performer their identities\nfrederick braue\nthe whispering queen\n unknown\nthe whispering queen - version two\n unknown
1992
the fred braue notebooks Frederick Braue

The Loquacious Queen

three cards selected via cut and count (no-touch force), then the whispering Queen of Hearts tells the performer their identities

the portable ladder\ncards spread on table, named number is counted to and card turned over, value of card helps find selection, force or prediction\nscott robinson
1993
semi-automatic card tricks Scott Robinson

The Portable Ladder

cards spread on table, named number is counted to and card turned over, value of card helps find selection, force or prediction

count down force\ncounting black cards in one pile and counting down in another pile\ncharles t. jordan\nron rennick
1993
rigmarole Charles T. Jordan, Ron Rennick

Count Down Force

counting black cards in one pile and counting down in another pile

little nothings\nloading the spectator's wallet during apparent money exchange before performance, force of mate with counting and down-under deal procedure\nkarl fulves\nlittle nothings - part one\nkarl fulves
1994
rigmarole Karl Fulves

Little Nothings

loading the spectator's wallet during apparent money exchange before performance, force of mate with counting and down-under deal procedure

death row\nace through six in red and black removed and shuffled via milk build, after counting procedure the ace of spades is arrived at and it completes the royal flush in the case\nkarl fulves
1995
underworld Karl Fulves

Death Row

Ace through Six in red and black removed and shuffled via Milk Build, after counting procedure the Ace of Spades is arrived at and it completes the Royal Flush in the case

the whispering queen\nqueen whispers identity of top three cards to performer\n unknown\nthe loquacious queen\nfrederick braue\nthe whispering queen - version two\n unknown
1997
the fred braue notebooks
Unknown

The Whispering Queen

queen whispers identity of top three cards to performer

o'connor caper\ntwo cards predicted and mates via count-back force (10-20 force), credit information\njack avis\nbilly o'connor\nbilly o'connor trick in the magic wand
1998
vis à vis Jack Avis, Billy O'Connor

O'Connor Caper

two cards predicted and mates via count-back force (10-20 force), credit information

count forward force\npacket is cut and value of card indicates how many more cards are added\nsteve beam
2000
semi-automatic card tricks - volume 3 Steve Beam

Count Forward Force

packet is cut and value of card indicates how many more cards are added

making the point\nno. 31, two cards counted to by throwing two dice, both cards predicted\nkarl fulves\nblind dice #1\nkuda bux\nkarl fulves
2001
new self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Making the Point

No. 31, two cards counted to by throwing two dice, both cards predicted

most wanted list\nno. 4, list with twelve descriptions, one kind and all others ugly, value chosen with two numbers and description at that position is the kind one, small packet counting force\nkarl fulves\nstewart james
2001
my best self-working card tricks Karl Fulves, Stewart James

Most Wanted List

No. 4, list with twelve descriptions, one kind and all others ugly, value chosen with two numbers and description at that position is the kind one, small packet counting force

sonix #1\nforcing the same card to two spectators using six cards in card stand\nkarl fulves\nsupersonic card prediction (jaks)
2003
hofzinser notebook Karl Fulves

Sonix #1

forcing the same card to two spectators using six cards in card stand

principle of nine\nadding digits and subtracting from original number always is a multiple of nine
- the basic estimation principle
- the count-back force
- the less-counting principle\npeter duffie\nrobin robertson
2003
card conspiracy — vol. 2 Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

Principle of Nine

adding digits and subtracting from original number always is a multiple of nine
- The basic estimation principle
- The Count-Back Force
- The Less-counting principle

the sigma principle\nforce in which spectator cuts off pile, counts it and counts down that many cards in rest\nwesley james
2004
enchantments Wesley James

The Sigma Principle

force in which spectator cuts off pile, counts it and counts down that many cards in rest

self-made trap\ncard chosen from face-up deck with ten-twenty force, turns out to be sandwiched by odd-backed cards\nkarl fulves
2005
latter day secrets Karl Fulves

Self-Made Trap

card chosen from face-up deck with Ten-Twenty force, turns out to be sandwiched by odd-backed cards

flip-up put back count - a utility move\nevery card angled up with the left thump
- first, the method of counting
- to count less
- as a force
- the double deal double lift
- double deal\njack avis
2006
rara avis Jack Avis

Flip-Up Put Back Count - A Utility Move

every card angled up with the left thump
- First, the Method of Counting
- To Count Less
- As a Force
- The Double Deal Double Lift
- Double Deal

lagerould countdown force\ncountdown with number from one to ten, credit information\nterry lagerould\nlost and found\nterry lagerould
2008
subtle card creations - volume 1 Terry LaGerould

LaGerould Countdown Force

countdown with number from one to ten, credit information

random access\nperformer and spectator each name a number, cards at those numbers counted to, both predicted, re-count force\nkarl fulves\n"patent portent" (j. k. hartman, genii, dec. 1999 or card dupery)\nthe real difference\ntony bartolotta
2010
prolix Karl Fulves

Random Access

performer and spectator each name a number, cards at those numbers counted to, both predicted, re-count force

Related to

"Patent Portent" (J. K. Hartman, Genii, Dec. 1999 or Card Dupery)

history\ncredit information, on the double count / re-count force
- hoffmann on the double count\nkarl fulves\nto make a card thought of by one person appear at such number in the pack as another person shall choose\n unknown
2010
prolix Karl Fulves

History

credit information, on the double count / re-count force
- Hoffmann on the Double Count

deal force\nwith small numbers that are named\nroberto giobbi\nanthony norman\n"basic card technique" (anthony norman, 1948)
2016
hidden agenda Roberto Giobbi, Anthony Norman