42 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Transposition / The More Things Change (Pocket Interchange)
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue Two Way Traffic four indifferent pocketed cards transpose one by one with four selections in deck
1943 3
Jerry Sadowitz The More Things Change
Related toVariations 1982 24
Jon Racherbaumer Round-Trip Travellers
Inspired by 1983
Facsimile (Issue 1)
Edward Marlo Student's Exchange two methods
Also published here 1983
Facsimile (Issue 1)
Edward Marlo Student's Exchange two methods
Related to 1984 338
Gary Kurtz Interchange
Variations 1990 54
David Solomon One, Two, Three, Four Exchange four signed Jacks on the table change places one by one with the Ace, Two, Three and Four of Clubs previously placed in four different pockets. Then, the Ace, Two, Three and Four travel back to the pockets again.
Inspired byAlso published here 1990 7
Edward Marlo Unhappy Students three methods
Related to 1990 122
William Goodwin Pickpocket Collectors Kings in hand, three selections in different pockets, selection appear between Kings, Kings vanish and travel to pockets
1993 1
Peter Duffie Within You Without You
Inspired by 1995 217
Jon Racherbaumer Pocket Interchange only discussion of outer reality of following two versions, not actual method details
  • Carpenter's Method (Jack Carpenter)
  • Racherbaumer's Facsimile Method
Related to 1995 17
Jon Racherbaumer Graduate's Interchange
1995 20
Jack Carpenter Pocket Interchange one by one the four Aces change into the Kings that were previously placed into pocket, Aces are shown to have jumped to both pockets (two in each), then Kings instantly vanish and are produced from both pockets, all Kings and Aces can be signed
Inspired byRelated toVariations 1995
Labyrinth (Issue 3)
Larry Jennings, Steve Ehlers, Eric T. Dockery, Jack Carpenter Pocket Interchange Revisited handling variations of "Pocket Interchange" (see reference)
  • Dockery's Finesse (small touch)
  • Ehlers' Display Sequence (updated handling to set up)
  • Jennings' Reset Sequence (variation of entire Interchange sequence)
  • Final Observations (see p. 12)
Inspired by 1995
Labyrinth (Issue 5)
Stephen Hobbs Pocket Interchange Revisited - Final Observations response to Racherbaumer's critique of "Pocket Interchange" in Modus Operandi, see reference
Related to 1995
Labyrinth (Issue 5)
Paul Gordon The Ultimate Transposition very similar to Sadowitz's routine
Related to Sep. 1996
Apocalypse (Vol. 19 No. 9)
Baltazar Fuentes New Wave Travelers with only one palm
Inspired by 1996 1
Peter Duffie Caprice two Jokers placed in in the two side pockets, two selections transpose with those Jokers, pocket ruse, then selections travel to the pockets once more
Inspired by 1996 6
David Solomon Unhappy Student (A, 2, 3, 4 Exchange) with Travelers kicker, three double facers
VariationsAlso published here 1997 107
Chris "Doc" Dixon Ships In The Night signed cards
Inspired by 1997 84
George McBride Pocket Tweezers two selections are chosen by using the red Aces as tweezers and pocketed, they transpose with the two red Aces
Inspired by 1998 70
Guy Hollingworth An Ambidextrous Interchange selfworking
1999 65
John Lovick Multiplex Interchange Kings placed in pocket, one by one the Aces change into Kings, they change back to Aces, Kings are produced from both pockets, the Aces instantly vanish and are produced from both pockets
  • Silverman Alternate Display Sequence (p. 38): alternative procedure to get into trick
Inspired byRelated to 1999
Labyrinth (Issue 9)
Joel Givens Twixter In My Pocket one quartet pocketed, another turns face-down one by one, then they transpose
  • Alternate Ending
Inspired by 1999 156
Iain Moran Iain's Interchange four extra cards
Inspired by Oct. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 5)
Allan Ackerman Rapid Exchange four Jacks transpose with four Aces previously placed in different pockets
Inspired by
  • "Student of a Student's Exchange" (Steve Reynolds, Under the Radar, 2004)
2007 24
Edward Marlo Student's Exchange
Also published here 2007 223
Steve Reynolds Inter-Cha-Ching "eliminates the palming and complicated counts"
Related to Mar. 2007
Antinomy (Vol. 3 No. 1)
John Guastaferro Pocket Change interchange with spectator's pockets in which one quartet transforms into something else (blank cards with coin stickers)
2010 64
Tomas Blomberg Multiplex Re+Set Re-set routine, three phases:
  • Phase one- Fives transpose with pocketed Queens one by one
  • Phase two- Queens transpose with pocketed Fives all at once
  • Phase three- Fives vanish and appear in four different pockets
Inspired byRelated to 2014 195
Helder Guimarães One Clean Transposition
Inspired by
  • "Invisible Thread Routine" (Helder Guimarães, Small Miracles DVD)
Also published here
2015 23
John Guastaferro Flash Pocket spectator holds one four-of-a-kind
2017 77
Helder Guimarães One Clean Transposition with glass
Inspired by
  • "Invisible Thread Routine" (Helder Guimarães, Small Miracles DVD)
Related toAlso published here
Feb. 2017
Genii (Vol. 80 No. 2)
Pit Hartling PitPockets
July 2019
Elixir (Vol. 2 No. Spring Equinox (Special Preview))
Edward Marlo Student Exchange transcribed from an audio recording of Marlo of 1989
Output (Issue 4)
Pit Hartling PitPockets
May 2020
Elixir (Vol. 3 No. 1 Part 1 (Spring #2))
Steve Reynolds Tech-Less Multiplex Reset Interchange effect, then both quartets brought together, one vanishes and is back in pockets
Inspired by 2020
Output (Issue 8)
Jeremiah Zuo No Wallet, Phone, Keys, Passport signed pocket transposition with back-fire/reset kicker, Hold Up patter
Dec. 2021
The Disclaimer (Vol. 1 No. 9)
Friedrich Roitzsch The Fastest Card Trick in the World Aces and Kings transpose at once, followed by pocket interchange
Also published here 2022 21
Jean-Pierre Vallarino Pocket Transpo Pocket Interchange
2022 248
Friedrich Roitzsch The Fastest Card Trick in the World Aces and Kings transpose at once, followed by pocket interchange
Also published here 2023 34
Allan Ackerman Easy Pocket Interchange Rising Crime Display
2024 172