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Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Francis Carlyle Homing Card
Related toVariations 1947 Stars of Magic (Vol. 4 No. 2) 61
Dr. Jacob Daley, Paul LePaul The Bashful Queens Three Queens on the table change to indifferent cards. All four Queens are found in four different pockets
Related toVariations 1949 The Card Magic of Le Paul 179
Ron Wilson The Highland Hop signed red selection travels into other half with black cards
VariationsAlso published here
  • "The Highland Hop" in "Genii" May, 1968
1987 The Uncanny Scot, Ron Wilson 20
Unknown Click! Click! Rocco, Gregory Wilson, Flip, Wayne Dobson
Sep. 1988 Opus (Vol. 2 No. 1) 3
David Williamson The Famous 3-Card Trick three card version of Victor plot
VariationsAlso published here 1989 Williamson's Wonders 67
David Williamson 51 Cards to Pocket deck to pocket
Related to 1989 Williamson's Wonders 77
David Acer The President's Message bill rubber banded to card case is shown and initial, name of selection appears written on it
VariationsAlso published here 1995 Natural Selections 123
Gregory Wilson Within Your Reach - Variation 2
1996 The Art of Astonishment — Book 1 (Issue Astonishing Friends) 256
Paul Harris Who the Heck is Gregory Wilson?
1996 The Art of Astonishment — Book 1 (Issue Gregory Wilson) 267
Gregory Wilson Wilson on P.H.
1996 The Art of Astonishment — Book 1 (Issue Gregory Wilson) 269
Gregory Wilson License to Thrill spectator's driver's license to wallet
Variations 1996 The Art of Astonishment — Book 1 (Issue Gregory Wilson) 271
Gregory Wilson 411 any object is chosen, any person is phoned and names the random object
1996 The Art of Astonishment — Book 1 (Issue Gregory Wilson) 277
Gregory Wilson Shell-Shock boiled egg is blown through little hole in shell which stays intact
1996 The Art of Astonishment — Book 1 (Issue Gregory Wilson) 281
Gregory Wilson Inner Shell-Shock borrowed quarter reappears in egg that is blown out as in "Shell-Shock"
1996 The Art of Astonishment — Book 1 (Issue Gregory Wilson) 282
Brad Stine, Gregory Wilson Vanish 5000 sugar from sugar packet vanishes in hand without thumb tip
1996 The Art of Astonishment — Book 1 (Issue Gregory Wilson) 285
Gregory Wilson Molotov Cocktail vanishing ice cube
1996 The Art of Astonishment — Book 1 (Issue Gregory Wilson) 287
Gregory Wilson ReCap five-phase routine with pen and its cap
Variations 1996 The Art of Astonishment — Book 1 (Issue Gregory Wilson) 289
Bob Hummer, Gregory Wilson Coin Production flipping invisible coin in the air and catching it on the back of the hand, where it becomes visible
Inspired by 1997 L.I.N.T. — Pocket Stuff for Close-Up Magicians 115
Stephan Kirschbaum Thumb-Tips techniques for hiding the thumb tip
Related to 1998 The Book 118
Gordon Bean (reviewer) Card Stunts by Gregory Wilson Mar. 1999 Genii (Vol. 62 No. 3) 61
Gregory Wilson The Name Tag Trick blank deck (“name tags”), spectator signs one, Ambitious Card sequence, signature vanishes and reappears, travels onto another card signed by performer on back
  • Alternative Final Phase: whole deck changes to spectator’s signed card, then changes back and card is produced from pocket
Related to
  • “Blank Ambition” (Seth Kramer, Ruminations, Vol. 1 No. 5, Nov. 1986, p. 4)
1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 4
Gregory Wilson, Michael Weber The Outjog Spread Pass Spread Pass executed while selection is out-jogged in deck bringing it to bottom, selection can also be face up
1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 9
Gregory Wilson Professional Card to Pocket card jumps to pocket three times, then deck goes to pocket leaving card in hand
Inspired byRelated to 1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 12
Gregory Wilson Single card masquerades as deck card inserted beneath it, Tilt illusion
1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 16
Gregory Wilson King-Size Travelers Travelers without jacket (Kings travel to front pants pockets and back pockets) and without deck, two Kings begin preloaded - see reference
Related to 1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 17
Gregory Wilson Jacks as Kings two Kings and two Jacks are shown in a fan as four Kings
1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 18
Gregory Wilson Card false transfer card false-transferred from right hand to left, used as vanish
1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 20
Gregory Wilson All-around Vanish used here to transfer card from right hand to left hand (behind back), also see p. 43
1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 21
Gregory Wilson Two-As-One Display Sequence double card is twirled around in a flashy manner and snapped to emphasize singularity
  • Stunt Double (see p. 26)
1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 24
Gregory Wilson Stunt Double double snaps out of hand and spins/boomerangs in air
  • variation to make double split apart in mid-air (p. 28)
Also published here
  • "The Wilson Whirl" (Gregory Wilson, Genii, Vol. 61 No. 4, Aug. 1998, p. 68)
1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 26
Gregory Wilson The Training Deck using deck numbered on backs from 1 to 52 in order, multiple phases:
  • number is named and performer demonstrates cutting straight to specific numbers
  • spectator names number and performer’s cut is off by one, performer produces named-number card from pocket
  • card vanishes from top of deck and reappears back in proper position
  • performer removes a card unseen, spectator names card and it is correct (last phase uses Mem Deck)
1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 29
Gregory Wilson Out-jogged double load-up card out-jogged on bottom of deck, culled card loaded beneath it and squared with it as deck is lifted away
1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 34
Gregory Wilson The Open Action Cull four Aces (e. g.) are culled to top of deck as deck is spread through and fronts and backs of cards are flashed numerous times during spreading
1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 35
Gregory Wilson Lethal Fours “four card trick”, many phases:
  • three cards continuously becomes four each time one is eliminated
  • becomes one card – a Four
  • it is lost in deck and then all four Fours are visually produced on top
  • the Fours multiply into many cards
  • the Fours and then card case are produced from under spectator’s arm
  • deck is shown to be thick due to all the produced cards, shrinks back to normal
Inspired by 1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 39
Gregory Wilson All-around Vanish to transfer card case from right hand to left (behind back), also see p. 21
1999 Labyrinth (Issue 12) 43
Gregory Wilson Baking Time spectator turns stem of wrist watch to set time, time is predicted as tan line on performer's wrist with watch hands
Also published here 2001 Bande Du Soleil 7
Joe M. Turner (reviewer) Carl Andrews: No Jacked Required by Carl Andrews, Jr., Gregory Wilson Apr. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 4) 84
Bob King Time Will Tell thought-of hour divined, method uses watch with second hand
Variations 2003 New Magician Foolers 12
Joshua Jay Discreet Displacement card is added on top of selection in action of stripping it out, done at chest height. Can be done as a control or a force.
VariationsAlso published here 2005 Sleight of Hand and a Twist of Fate 11
Gregory Wilson Indiscreet Displacement Variation of Discreet Displacement as a face-down force
Inspired by 2005 Sleight of Hand and a Twist of Fate 15
Barrie Richardson Devious Deck Switch using a card case
Related to
  • "Cold Case" (Gregory Wilson)
VariationsAlso published here
  • Club 71, Aug. 1999
2005 Act Two 44
John Lovick, Mike Kozlowski, Roger Klause, James Lewis, Michael Ammar, Bruce Cervon, Michael Weber, Jamy Ian Swiss, Gregory Wilson, Jay Sankey, Paul Gertner Performance Issues and Answers comments on each question by several of the listed creators
  • Top Tip or Not to Tip?
  • "Bill Switch" or "Bill Change"?
  • What's the Best Way to Learn the Bill Switch?
  • Fast or Slow?
  • Do You Justify the Folding?
  • Is There a Magic Moment?
  • Can You Create Belief, or Do People Always Know You Merely Switch Bills?
  • Any Final Thoughts?
Also published here July 2005 Genii (Vol. 68 No. 7) 36
Gregory Wilson Benjagami presentation for bill change
Also published here July 2005 Genii (Vol. 68 No. 7) 85
Gregory Wilson Faux Flaw presentation for mis-made bill
Also published here July 2005 Genii (Vol. 68 No. 7) 86
Joe M. Turner (reviewer) Gregory Wilson - In Action, Volumes 1-3 by Gregory Wilson Aug. 2005 Genii (Vol. 68 No. 8) 99
John Lovick, Mike Kozlowski, Roger Klause, James Lewis, Michael Ammar, Bruce Cervon, Michael Weber, Jamy Ian Swiss, Gregory Wilson, Jay Sankey, Paul Gertner Chapter 2: Performance Issues and Answers comments on each question by several of the listed creators
  • Top Tip or Not to Tip?
  • "Bill Switch" or "Bill Change"?
  • What's the Best Way to Learn the Bill Switch?
  • Fast or Slow?
  • Do You Justify the Folding?
  • Is There a Magic Moment?
  • Can You Create Belief, or Do People Always Know You Merely Switch Bills?
  • Any Final Thoughts?
Also published here 2006 Switch 9
John Lovick, Gregory Wilson, James Lewis, Jamy Ian Swiss, Jay Sankey Prefolding the Bill
2006 Switch 57
Gregory Wilson Vice Versa Steal stealing the thumb-tip
2006 Switch 62
Gregory Wilson Pit Stop ditching the thumb-tip
Related to 2006 Switch 73
Gregory Wilson Foreign Affair bill changes several times during folding
Also published here
  • In Action! Vol. 3 (DVD, 2005)
2006 Switch 153
Gregory Wilson Take Five bill changes several times during folding
2006 Switch 154
Gregory Wilson Illegal Tender blank piece of paper changes gradually into bill during folding
2006 Switch 155
Gregory Wilson Signature Piece borrowed bill signed by performer, turned into mis-made bill and given to spectator
2006 Switch 200
Gregory Wilson Curious George selected card appears in thought bubble drawn on a bill, bill switch
Inspired by 2006 Switch 249
Gregory Wilson, David Gripenwaldt Tax Bill bill changes into bill with holes, one of the missing pieces is changed into coin
2006 Switch 253
Gregory Wilson Front Money bill printed on only one side, changed into real bill
2006 Switch 266
Gregory Wilson Completely Legal Counterfeit white paper with small square of bill printed is changed into regular bill
2006 Switch 268
Gregory Wilson Up Front and Back Down words on bill travel from one side to the other
2006 Switch 277
Gregory Wilson Benjagami presentation for bill change
Also published here 2006 Switch 291
Gregory Wilson Faux Flaw presentation for mis-made bill
Also published here 2006 Switch 292
Gregory Wilson Money for Nothing invisible bill becomes real
2006 Switch 295
Harry Lorayne Gregory Wilson mini bio
2007 Best of Friends — Volume III 492
Gregory Wilson Face-to-Face Poker
2007 Best of Friends — Volume III 493
Gregory Wilson, Ron Wilson The Trick That Sucks card travels from red half to black half
Inspired by 2007 Best of Friends — Volume III 497
Gregory Wilson 2-Card Monte, Plus three cards, double facer
2007 Best of Friends — Volume III 502
Rajneesh Madhok, Gregory Wilson 'N Synch divination of two thought-of numbers over the phone, method uses watch with second hand
Inspired by 2009 Penumbra (Issue 11) 11
Dustin Stinett (reviewer) At the Table Live Lecture Serie: Gregory Wilson by Gregory Wilson Nov. 2014 Genii (Vol. 77 No. 11) 84
Allec Blanco, Gregory Wilson Wilson Change Color change for face up card outjogged in the deck
2015 Glimpse into My Mind 11
David Oliver (reviewer) Bandwidth by Gregory Wilson June 2015 Genii (Vol. 78 No. 6) 85
David Regal (reviewer) Switchcraft by Gregory Wilson, Karl Hein July 2015 Genii (Vol. 78 No. 7) 86
David Regal (reviewer) Revolution by Gregory Wilson Dec. 2015 Genii (Vol. 78 No. 12) 92
Danny Orleans (reviewer) Revolution by Gregory Wilson Dec. 2016 Genii (Vol. 79 No. 12) 100
David Regal (reviewer) The Casino Con by Steve Gore, Gregory Wilson July 2017 Genii (Vol. 80 No. 7) 101
Gregory Wilson Stick Shift toothpick broken in half, both parts held between thumb and first finger for penetration phase, followed by restoration
May 2020 Elixir (Vol. 3 No. 1 Part 2 (Spring #2)) 239
Nathan Colwell Dav's Transpo Magician and spectator's ID card change places - spectator's ID changes into magician's ID, then spectator's ID is found in magician's wallet.

Includes two methods: one for inside coat pocket, one without coat
Inspired by 2021 Lorem Ipsum 10
Gregory Wilson Baking Time Watch tan line predicts random time stopped on watch by spectator
Also published here 2021 Kranzilla Unleashed 98
Jeremiah Zuo Unable To Recap routine with cap and pen, both vanish at the end
Inspired by July 2021 The Disclaimer (Vol. 1 No. 4) 87
Chris Wardle Don't Play With Your Food sugar poured in hand, it becomes a sugar cube, pepper poured in hand with cube, it changes into a sugar cube die, then vanishes
Inspired by
  • "The Evaporating Sugar" (Brad Stine & Gregory Wilson, Magic for Dummies)
Apr. 2022 Genii (Vol. 85 No. 4) 60