the tit-tat-toe trick\npacket of nine cards used to play tic-tac-toe with a spectator (face up and down cards). finale is revealed that the result is a magic square, each row/column/diagonal adds up to fifteen\ndon costello\ndai vernon\nmartin gardner\ndraw for the devil\nrobert e. neale\ntic tac toe force\nmartin gardner
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Don Costello, Dai Vernon, Martin Gardner

The Tit-Tat-Toe Trick

Packet of nine cards used to play tic-tac-toe with a spectator (face up and down cards). Finale is revealed that the result is a magic square, each row/column/diagonal adds up to fifteen

the hanging\nrope noose tightens only on spectator that is playing the role of being guilty (determined by choosing cards), see p. 206 for idea by john hudak\nrobert e. neale\nrobot ring\nkarl fulves
1968
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Robert E. Neale

The Hanging

rope noose tightens only on spectator that is playing the role of being guilty (determined by choosing cards), see p. 206 for idea by John Hudak

insideout & stretchit\ntopological origami tube for several effects:
- stretchit
- insideout
- the chinese wand
- additional notes
- with a sponge ball
- the square circle
- flexible transpo
for simplified folding method see reference\nrobert e. neale\ninsideout jr.\nrobert e. neale\ninside out\nrobert e. neale\nstripes make you thinner\nrobert e. neale\nstretchit\nrobert e. neale\nflexible transpo\nrobert e. neale\nstretch a bill\nrobert e. neale\nbill tube\nrobert e. neale\nwhat from whom\nkarl fulves
1968
epilogue Robert E. Neale

Insideout & Stretchit

topological origami tube for several effects:
- Stretchit
- Insideout
- The Chinese Wand
- Additional Notes
- With a Sponge Ball
- The Square Circle
- Flexible Transpo
for simplified folding method see reference

roulette\nrussian roulette demonstration, "readers unfamiliar with firearms are urged not to try this trick.", see p. 308 for reference and p. 312 for comment\nrobert e. neale\nkarl fulves
1969
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Robert E. Neale, Karl Fulves

Roulette

russian roulette demonstration, "Readers unfamiliar with firearms are urged not to try this trick.", see p. 308 for reference and p. 312 for comment

pyramid two\nanother paper pyramid that can produce flat objects\nrobert e. neale\npyramid one\nrobert e. neale\npyramid two\nrobert e. neale
1969
epilogue Robert E. Neale

Pyramid Two

another paper pyramid that can produce flat objects

more lies\nthought card revealed with eight-card-packet as computer\nrobert e. neale\nvoice print\nharry lorayne\nrobert e. neale\neight bytes is enough\njack avis\neight bites is enough\njack avis\ncal-q-lator\npeter duffie\nrobert e. neale
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Robert E. Neale

More Lies

thought card revealed with eight-card-packet as computer

infernal machine\n"programmed" card packet, exactly wrong in coming up with desired card\nrobert e. neale\ninfernal machine\nrobert e. neale
1970
faro & riffle technique Robert E. Neale

Infernal Machine

"programmed" card packet, exactly wrong in coming up with desired card

infernal machine\neight cards with different men and women, dating presentation, anti-faros to produce requested cards, binary, see bottom of p. 341 for credit information, p. 420 for envelope suggestion by cushing strout\nrobert e. neale\ninfernal machine\nrobert e. neale\ncomputer\nkarl fulves
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Robert E. Neale

Infernal Machine

eight cards with different men and women, dating presentation, anti-faros to produce requested cards, binary, see bottom of p. 341 for credit information, p. 420 for envelope suggestion by Cushing Strout

thru & thru\nwhite pop-up cardboard die slides through black die and vice versa, see also p. 439 & p. 486 for suggestion by al weyfield\nrobert e. neale
1971
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Robert E. Neale

Thru & Thru

white pop-up cardboard die slides through black die and vice versa, see also p. 439 & p. 486 for suggestion by Al Weyfield

computer\ncards spelled out, the deck is always wrong, color-changing back kicker\nkarl fulves\n"master deck" (frank thompson)\ninfernal machine\nrobert e. neale
1972
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Karl Fulves

Computer

cards spelled out, the deck is always wrong, color-changing back kicker

new age cards\nthree cards with words on them, thought-of word divined, one of the cards vanishes\nrobert e. neale\nloaded\nkarl fulves
1972
epilogue Robert E. Neale

New Age Cards

three cards with words on them, thought-of word divined, one of the cards vanishes

hummer - 4\nfour cards mixed face up face down by spectator, values of face up cards predicted, cato\ncharles hudson\nnumber hummer\nrobert e. neale
1972
epilogue Charles Hudson

Hummer - 4

four cards mixed face up face down by spectator, values of face up cards predicted, CATO

end game\nthree objects moved according to instructions, outcome predicted
- history
- the children's game (rock paper scissors)
- the system
- a variation
- two betting games
- addendum
- the second game (with cube/die)
- the election game\nrobert e. neale
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Robert E. Neale

End Game

three objects moved according to instructions, outcome predicted
- History
- The Children's Game (Rock Paper Scissors)
- The System
- A Variation
- Two Betting Games
- Addendum
- The Second Game (with cube/die)
- The Election Game

fold, cut, and fail\npre-folded paper square with sixteen digits in two colors, folded and cut, all digits of one color except chosen one is in one pile
- part one
- part two
- part three
- final notes\nrobert e. neale\nfold, cut and fail\nrobert e. neale
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Robert E. Neale

Fold, Cut, and Fail

pre-folded paper square with sixteen digits in two colors, folded and cut, all digits of one color except chosen one is in one pile
- Part One
- Part Two
- Part Three
- Final Notes

number hummer\nfour cards mixed face up face down by spectator, values of face up cards divined or predicted\nrobert e. neale\n"baby hummer" (charles hudson, linking ring)\nhummer - 4\ncharles hudson\ntoddler\nphilip t. goldstein\nrobert e. neale
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Robert E. Neale

Number Hummer

four cards mixed face up face down by spectator, values of face up cards divined or predicted

the two guns\nsquare with nine sections, two miniature guns moved according to instructions end up in predicted section\nrobert e. neale\nthe two guns\nrobert e. neale
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Robert E. Neale

The Two Guns

square with nine sections, two miniature guns moved according to instructions end up in predicted section

in the mirror\nspectator writes number on mirror, performer on another mirror, numbers transpose in mirror writing, variation with words, see also p. 786 for comment by reinhard müller\nrobert e. neale\nkarl fulves
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Robert E. Neale, Karl Fulves

In the Mirror

spectator writes number on mirror, performer on another mirror, numbers transpose in mirror writing, variation with words, see also p. 786 for comment by Reinhard Müller

5-second rice\nrice in double foo-can, tube that is open on both ends and rice does not fall out when poured into it and also not when turned over, but on turning back it does, with notes by karl fulves\nrobert e. neale\nconfetti\nrobert e. neale
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Robert E. Neale

5-Second Rice

rice in double Foo-Can, tube that is open on both ends and rice does not fall out when poured into it and also not when turned over, but on turning back it does, with notes by Karl Fulves

a trick with sandpaper\ntwo pieces of sandpaper are folded together, performer can pull them apart but spectator cannot
- thumb variation
- lock position
- warnings\nrobert e. neale
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Robert E. Neale

A Trick with Sandpaper

two pieces of sandpaper are folded together, performer can pull them apart but spectator cannot
- Thumb Variation
- Lock Position
- Warnings

hyper card\nvarious ideas with the hypercard\nkarl fulves\nkim iles\nmel stover\nhoward lyons\nhyper card\nmartin gardner\nnotes\nkarl fulves\nhypercard\nkarl fulves\nthe fifth dimension\nmel stover\nhoward lyons\nkarl fulves\nthe card\nrobert e. neale
1978
the chronicles Karl Fulves, Kim Iles, Mel Stover, Howard Lyons

robot ring\nbetting game like endless chain with ring and rope
- the win/lose option
- the must-lose option
- the must-win option
see p. 1149 for comment by jerry fulton\nkarl fulves\nthe hanging\nrobert e. neale\nthe left-handed knot\nkarl fulves\nharness hitch bet\nkarl fulves
1978
the chronicles Karl Fulves

Robot Ring

betting game like endless chain with ring and rope
- The Win/Lose Option
- The Must-Lose Option
- The Must-Win Option
see p. 1149 for comment by Jerry Fulton

voice print\neight cards, programming, binary\nharry lorayne\nrobert e. neale\nmore lies\nrobert e. neale\ntalk to me\nrichard vollmer\nit's not easy to lie\nharry lorayne\nthat's the truth!\nharry lorayne\nvoice print\nharry lorayne\nit's not easy to lie\nharry lorayne\ncal-q-lator\nharry lorayne
1982
best of friends Harry Lorayne, Robert E. Neale

submarine card\nspectator holds card frame with center torn out, its orientation changes while spectator closes his eyes\nrobert e. neale\nstepping thru a playing card\nkarl fulves\ndouble talk\nkarl fulves
1983
trapdoor card Robert E. Neale

Submarine Card

spectator holds card frame with center torn out, its orientation changes while spectator closes his eyes

the trapdoor\nspectator holds card with trapdoor with hole cut-out, it is entangled in seemingly impossible way while spectator closes eyes\nrobert e. neale\nstreamlined trapdoor\nrobert e. neale\nbelt buckle\nrobert e. neale\ndouble buckle\nrobert e. neale\nstar gate\nterri rogers\nparallax\ndavid britland\na better mousetrap\nmichael weber
1983
trapdoor card Robert E. Neale

The Trapdoor

spectator holds card with trapdoor with hole cut-out, it is entangled in seemingly impossible way while spectator closes eyes

the two guns\nno. 30, square with nine sections, two miniature guns moved according to instructions end up in predicted section\nrobert e. neale\nthe two guns\nrobert e. neale
1983
self-working number magic Robert E. Neale

The Two Guns

No. 30, square with nine sections, two miniature guns moved according to instructions end up in predicted section

bill tube\nshape-changing tube from dollar bill, square shape to rectangular shape\nrobert e. neale\ninsideout & stretchit\nrobert e. neale\nstretch a bill\nrobert e. neale
1985
s-c — contemporary money magic Robert E. Neale

Bill Tube

shape-changing tube from dollar bill, square shape to rectangular shape

star gate\ntwo cards glued back to back crosswise with hole in center, after some folding they are face to face
- the effect
- the method
- the handling
- presentation
- construction
- finally...\nterri rogers\nthe trapdoor\nrobert e. neale
1985
star gate Terri Rogers

Star Gate

two cards glued back to back crosswise with hole in center, after some folding they are face to face
- The Effect
- The Method
- The Handling
- Presentation
- Construction
- Finally...

confetti\nno. 62, confetti in double foo-can, tube that is open on both ends and confetti does not fall out when poured into it and also not when turned over, but on turning back it does\nrobert e. neale\n5-second rice\nrobert e. neale
1985
self-working paper magic Robert E. Neale

Confetti

No. 62, confetti in double Foo-Can, tube that is open on both ends and confetti does not fall out when poured into it and also not when turned over, but on turning back it does

stripes make you thinner\nno. 66, trick using the inside-out tube\nrobert e. neale\ninsideout & stretchit\nrobert e. neale
1985
self-working paper magic Robert E. Neale

stretchit\nno. 67, trick using the inside-out tube\nrobert e. neale\ninsideout & stretchit\nrobert e. neale
1985
self-working paper magic Robert E. Neale

flexible transpo\nno. 68, trick using two inside-out tubes\nrobert e. neale\ninsideout & stretchit\nrobert e. neale
1985
self-working paper magic Robert E. Neale

stretch a bill\nno. 69, shape-changing tube with dollar bill\nrobert e. neale\ninsideout & stretchit\nrobert e. neale\nbill tube\nrobert e. neale
1985
self-working paper magic Robert E. Neale

neale's shortchange wallet\nno. 70, wallet folded from paper, can be used to switch something\nrobert e. neale\nshort change wallet\nrobert e. neale
1985
self-working paper magic Robert E. Neale

Neale's Shortchange Wallet

No. 70, wallet folded from paper, can be used to switch something

the con artist\nno. 71, shortchange routine with wallet folded from paper, bills change into worthless paper\nrobert e. neale\nthe con artist\nrobert e. neale
1985
self-working paper magic Robert E. Neale

The Con Artist

No. 71, shortchange routine with wallet folded from paper, bills change into worthless paper

short change wallet\nwallet folded from paper, can be used to switch something, optional slit à la bendix bombshell wallet\nrobert e. neale\nneale's shortchange wallet\nrobert e. neale\nwallethots\nkarl fulves
1985
s-c — contemporary money magic Robert E. Neale

Short Change Wallet

wallet folded from paper, can be used to switch something, optional slit à la Bendix Bombshell Wallet

the con artist\nshortchange routine with wallet folded from paper, bills change into worthless paper\nrobert e. neale\nthe con artist\nrobert e. neale
1985
s-c — contemporary money magic Robert E. Neale

The Con Artist

shortchange routine with wallet folded from paper, bills change into worthless paper

wallethots\nfurther ideas for neale's wallet, easier way to construct it\nkarl fulves\nshort change wallet\nrobert e. neale
1985
s-c — contemporary money magic Karl Fulves

Wallethots

further ideas for Neale's wallet, easier way to construct it

parallax\ncard reverses while spectator holds it, with cut\ndavid britland\nthe trapdoor\nrobert e. neale\nstargate\njeff busby\nterri rogers\ndavid britland\ngordon bruce on parallax\ngordon bruce\neric mason on parallax\neric mason\nmike gancia on parallax\nmike gancia\nwhat from whom\nkarl fulves\na better mousetrap\nmichael weber
1986
the new talon David Britland

off the barrelhead\nstand-up endless chain routine
- introduction (credit information)
- simple pickup
1. right loop catches
2. left loop catches
3. neither loop catches
4. both loops catch
- advanced pickups
- basic routine: string game
- advanced routine: cord con
- notes\nrobert e. neale
1986
contemporary rope magic - part iii Robert E. Neale

Off The Barrelhead

stand-up endless chain routine
- Introduction (credit information)
- Simple Pickup
1. Right Loop Catches
2. Left Loop Catches
3. Neither Loop Catches
4. Both Loops Catch
- Advanced Pickups
- Basic Routine: String Game
- Advanced Routine: Cord Con
- Notes

what from whom\ncredit discussions
- bob farmer's "tsunami"
- gaetan bloom's "visible monte"
- "jumbo mondo monte"
- response to "shuffle off" manuscript
- flip flap by the magic hands\nkarl fulves\ninsideout & stretchit\nrobert e. neale\nshuffle off\nkarl fulves\nstacked deck version\nbob farmer
1988
interlocutor Karl Fulves

What From Whom

credit discussions
- Bob Farmer's "Tsunami"
- Gaetan Bloom's "Visible Monte"
- "Jumbo Mondo Monte"
- response to "Shuffle Off" manuscript
- Flip Flap by The Magic Hands

toddler\npacket mixed face-up/face-down, values added up is force number\nphilip t. goldstein\nrobert e. neale\n"baby hummer" (charles hudson, linking ring)\nnumber hummer\nrobert e. neale
1989
fifth Philip T. Goldstein, Robert E. Neale

Toddler

packet mixed face-up/face-down, values added up is force number

mg trio #3\norientation of head on qs and kh used for monte type guessing game, turning on vertical or horizontal axis ("the principle behind this trick has floated around a while.")\nmartin gardner\nheads turn\nrobert e. neale
1989
prototype Martin Gardner

MG Trio #3

orientation of head on QS and KH used for monte type guessing game, turning on vertical or horizontal axis ("The principle behind this trick has floated around a while.")

the hanging\nno. 57, one spectator is murderer, chosen with cards, noose tied from rope, it tightens only at guilty spectator\nrobert e. neale
1990
self-working rope magic Robert E. Neale

The Hanging

No. 57, one spectator is murderer, chosen with cards, noose tied from rope, it tightens only at guilty spectator

to feed many\nfood (grapes, nuts or the like) placed in bowls, even though some are eaten the amount stays the same, mathematical principle (edge counting)\nmichael weber\nto feed many\nmichael weber\nbreaking bread\nrobert e. neale
1991
life savers Michael Weber

To Feed Many

food (grapes, nuts or the like) placed in bowls, even though some are eaten the amount stays the same, mathematical principle (edge counting)

a better mousetrap\nthree phases, based on robert e. neale's "the trapdoor card"\nmichael weber\nthe trapdoor\nrobert e. neale\nparallax\ndavid britland
1991
life savers Michael Weber

A Better Mousetrap

three phases, based on Robert E. Neale's "The Trapdoor Card"

soul survivor\nall cards eliminated except the "right" one, epidemic story presentation, using roy baker's pateo force\nrobert e. neale
1993
profile Robert E. Neale

Soul Survivor

all cards eliminated except the "right" one, epidemic story presentation, using Roy Baker's PATEO Force

eight bites is enough\nthought card revealed with eight-card-packet as computer\njack avis\nmore lies\nrobert e. neale\neight bytes is enough\njack avis
1993
profile Jack Avis

Eight Bites is Enough

thought card revealed with eight-card-packet as computer

eight bytes is enough\nthought card revealed with eight-card-packet as computer\njack avis\nmore lies\nrobert e. neale\neight bites is enough\njack avis
1993
simplicity at your fingertips Jack Avis

Eight Bytes Is Enough

thought card revealed with eight-card-packet as computer

(e)vil(e)\nfour cards with letters e,v,i,l are put down to form different words, one back changes color\nrobert e. neale
1994
the trapdoor - volume three Robert E. Neale

(E)VIL(E)

four cards with letters e,v,i,l are put down to form different words, one back changes color

a hair of the dog\nbill folded into dog
- bonus number one - bob's presentation
- bonus number two - magic doggie! (dog stands up by himself)\nrobert e. neale
2000
son of simon says! Robert E. Neale

A Hair of the Dog

bill folded into dog
- Bonus Number One - Bob's Presentation
- Bonus Number Two - Magic Doggie! (dog stands up by himself)

it's not easy to lie\ncard selected from nine-card packet with down/under deal, card from remaining eight cards thought-of, lie detector, original selection used to count down to find it\nharry lorayne\nvoice print\nharry lorayne\nrobert e. neale
2001
personal collection Harry Lorayne

It's Not Easy To Lie

card selected from nine-card packet with down/under deal, card from remaining eight cards thought-of, lie detector, original selection used to count down to find it

that's the truth!\nsmall packet\nharry lorayne\nvoice print\nharry lorayne\nrobert e. neale\npacket calculator\ndai vernon\nthat's the truth!\nharry lorayne
2001
personal collection Harry Lorayne

distant marker\nspectator cuts deck, performer names number and a card of that value is at its numerical position from top\nkarl fulves\nrobert e. neale
2005
combo ii Karl Fulves, Robert E. Neale

Distant Marker

spectator cuts deck, performer names number and a card of that value is at its numerical position from top

draw for the devil\nnine cards, performer and spectator alternately put them in a 3x3 square à la tic tac toe, a magic square for six results\nrobert e. neale\nthe tit-tat-toe trick\ndon costello\ndai vernon\nmartin gardner
2006
prolix Robert E. Neale

Draw For The Devil

nine cards, performer and spectator alternately put them in a 3x3 square à la Tic Tac Toe, a magic square for six results

cal-q-lator\ntwelve card set-up\npeter duffie\nrobert e. neale\nmore lies\nrobert e. neale
2007
best of friends — volume iii Peter Duffie, Robert E. Neale

the card\npresenting the hyper card\nrobert e. neale\nhyper card\nkarl fulves\nkim iles\nmel stover\nhoward lyons\nmoves\nrobert e. neale\nhyperflexagon\nrobert e. neale\nhoaxcard\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

moves\nnew moves that can be done with the hyper card to make the presentations more fooling and interesting\nrobert e. neale\nthe card\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

Moves

New moves that can be done with the Hyper Card to make the presentations more fooling and interesting

hyperflexagon\nfrom a hyper card to a a flexagon, uses business cards\nrobert e. neale\nthe card\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

Hyperflexagon

From a Hyper Card to a a flexagon, uses business cards

the soul in the machine\ndo some calculation on calculator, when final result is turned over it reveals a message in english\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

The Soul in the Machine

Do some calculation on calculator, when final result is turned over it reveals a message in English

high noon\ndo some calculation on calculator, final result reveals numbers related to god's creation\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

High Noon

Do some calculation on calculator, final result reveals numbers related to God's creation

box stars\npresentation for the yoshimoto cube, not sure what the effect really is besides just displaying the cube\nrobert e. neale\ndie legende vom schnee in der wüste\nchristian scherer
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

Box Stars

Presentation for the Yoshimoto Cube, not sure what the effect really is besides just displaying the cube

counterfeit\nbar bet with american penny (heads or tails), a bit of a gag with a strange ending\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

Counterfeit

Bar bet with American penny (heads or tails), a bit of a gag with a strange ending

spins and waves\nroutine with plastic "rattleback" toy, when spun one way, it will spin backwards after a while. uses plastic's refractive properties to cause written words to transpose\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

Spins and Waves

Routine with plastic "rattleback" toy, when spun one way, it will spin backwards after a while. Uses plastic's refractive properties to cause written words to transpose

the lock\nbashful lock routine, lock can be opened by performer without key, but spectator cannot.
describes the workings of the bashful lock in detail.\nrobert e. neale\nmoves\nrobert e. neale\nbashful routines\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

The Lock

Bashful Lock routine, lock can be opened by performer without key, but spectator cannot.

Describes the workings of the Bashful Lock in detail.

bashful routines\ndescribes four full routines with the bashful lock
- how it's done
- the spirited lock
- positive thinking
- confidence game\nrobert e. neale\nthe lock\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

Bashful Routines

Describes four full routines with the Bashful Lock

- How It's Done
- The Spirited Lock
- Positive Thinking
- Confidence Game

family jewels\njewelry placed in a bag, later when poured out, there's a bunch of teeth, using change bag\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

Family Jewels

Jewelry placed in a bag, later when poured out, there's a bunch of teeth, using change bag

phoenix\nfold flash paper into a bird, vanish it with fire (with weird "animation" sequence in the middle that is just the magician openly tapping on the bird)\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

Phoenix

Fold flash paper into a bird, vanish it with fire (with weird "animation" sequence in the middle that is just the magician openly tapping on the bird)

the five gifts of life\nfive different objects in hand, four are removed and placed in pocket, last object vanishes from hand.
has packet trick variation where the last card becomes blank\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

The Five Gifts of Life

Five different objects in hand, four are removed and placed in pocket, last object vanishes from hand.

Has packet trick variation where the last card becomes blank

breaking bread\nsmall pieces of bread placed in groups that form a square, even though some are eaten, the amount of bread stays the same, mathematical principle (edge counting)\nrobert e. neale\nto feed many\nmichael weber
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

Breaking Bread

Small pieces of bread placed in groups that form a square, even though some are eaten, the amount of bread stays the same, mathematical principle (edge counting)

the little-finger string game\ncat's cradle (string game) used to trap spectator's finger, but when magician's finger is trapped, can escape easily\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

The Little-Finger String Game

Cat's cradle (string game) used to trap spectator's finger, but when magician's finger is trapped, can escape easily

the sprit message\nwriting appears on paper in himber wallet precursor\nrichard f. mckinney\nthe sphinx, oct. 1925\nmckinney's switch device\nkarl fulves\nrobert e. neale
2008
prolix Richard F. McKinney

The Sprit Message

writing appears on paper in Himber wallet precursor

my lady truth\npicture of old lady becomes picture of young lady, optical illusion. has second version using a printed playing card\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

My Lady Truth

Picture of old lady becomes picture of young lady, optical illusion. Has second version using a printed playing card

the treasure hunt\nfive envelopes with names of countries printed on them. placed in a circle, spectator spells the names of the countries by counting around the circle. every envelope is empty except the last one with a message\nrobert e. neale\nthe naming\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

The Treasure Hunt

Five envelopes with names of countries printed on them. Placed in a circle, spectator spells the names of the countries by counting around the circle. Every envelope is empty except the last one with a message

gypsy growth\nfour cards with flowers printed on them, one of the flowers wilt, become healthy, and then become a large flower. three different routines\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

Gypsy Growth

Four cards with flowers printed on them, one of the flowers wilt, become healthy, and then become a large flower. Three different routines

in memoriam\npacket of blank cards with picture on one of them. picture changes before turning blank\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

In Memoriam

Packet of blank cards with picture on one of them. Picture changes before turning blank

i bless bile\ncards with numbers on them used to spell various words when turned upside down, then flipped over to reveal a skull picture\nrobert e. neale\nhot spell\ndan harlan
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

I Bless Bile

Cards with numbers on them used to spell various words when turned upside down, then flipped over to reveal a skull picture

the first mystery or the wisdom of the worm\nstory trick about adam and eve using six playing cards and a worm sock puppet which locates the selected card\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

The First Mystery or The Wisdom of the Worm

Story trick about Adam and Eve using six playing cards and a worm sock puppet which locates the selected card

the naming\ndifferent names on cards are placed in a circle, spell the names around the circle until one is left, that card is the one with a bullet on the back\nrobert e. neale\nthe treasure hunt\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

The Naming

Different names on cards are placed in a circle, spell the names around the circle until one is left, that card is the one with a bullet on the back

the two-card double turnover\npaddle move done with cards, but one hand turns for real while the other does the false turnover, originally published as "ed mellon's dt" by ed mellon, handling change by robert neale\ned mellon\nrobert e. neale\nthe four-card double turnover\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Ed Mellon, Robert E. Neale

The Two-Card Double Turnover

Paddle Move done with cards, but one hand turns for real while the other does the false turnover, originally published as "Ed Mellon's DT" by Ed Mellon, handling change by Robert Neale

the four-card double turnover\nvariation on the ed mellon double turnover, but with four cards\nrobert e. neale\nthe two-card double turnover\ned mellon\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

The Four-Card Double Turnover

Variation on the Ed Mellon Double Turnover, but with four cards

taking the fifth\nshow two double blank cards with numbers on each side, numbered one to four. sudden appearance of a whisky bottle picture on one of the cards\nrobert e. neale\n"out of the fifth dimension" (ed mellon, marketed, 1960)
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

Taking the Fifth

Show two double blank cards with numbers on each side, numbered one to four. Sudden appearance of a whisky bottle picture on one of the cards

Related to

"Out of the Fifth Dimension" (Ed Mellon, marketed, 1960)

to the other side of no\nsimilar effect to trapdoor card, but the paper is cut in a circle with a bar through it (standard stop sign), paper is turned inside out despite holding on to it\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

To the Other Side of No

Similar effect to Trapdoor Card, but the paper is cut in a circle with a bar through it (standard STOP sign), paper is turned inside out despite holding on to it

boros the boastful boa\nstory about snakes twisting themselves using a strip of rubber, twists vanish and appear on the strip of rubber\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

Boros the Boastful Boa

Story about snakes twisting themselves using a strip of rubber, twists vanish and appear on the strip of rubber

fold, cut and fail\npre-folded paper square with sixteen digits in two colors, folded and cut, all digits of one color except chosen one is in one pile\nrobert e. neale\nfold, cut, and fail\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

Fold, Cut and Fail

Pre-folded paper square with sixteen digits in two colors, folded and cut, all digits of one color except chosen one is in one pile

mckinney's switch device\n"flexible switching"
paper model of flexagon switching wallet\nkarl fulves\nrobert e. neale\nthe sprit message\nrichard f. mckinney
2009
xtra credit Karl Fulves, Robert E. Neale

McKinney's Switch Device

"Flexible Switching"
paper model of flexagon switching wallet

sole survivor in 3-d\nnon-card presentational idea for robert neale's "sole survivor" (magic & meaning)\ntom stone\nrobert e. neale
2011
maelstrom Tom Stone, Robert E. Neale

Sole Survivor in 3-D

non-card presentational idea for Robert Neale's "Sole Survivor" (Magic & Meaning)

hummer's three-card monte\nspectator thinks of one of three cards and switches a few cards around, magician divines thought of card, can do with any three objects\nbob hummer\nour contribution\npersi diaconis\nron graham\nrock, paper, scissors\ncy endfield\nbob neale's rock, paper, scissors\nrobert e. neale
2012
magical mathematics Bob Hummer

Hummer's Three-Card Monte

Spectator thinks of one of three cards and switches a few cards around, magician divines thought of card, can do with any three objects

bob neale's rock, paper, scissors\nhummer's three card monte with rock paper scissors theme variation\nrobert e. neale\nhummer's three-card monte\nbob hummer
2012
magical mathematics Robert E. Neale

Bob Neale's Rock, Paper, Scissors

Hummer's Three Card Monte with Rock paper scissors theme variation

inside-outside\nendless chain / pricking the garter
- a fair throw
- a cheating throw
- a superfair throw\npersi diaconis\nron graham\nrobert e. neale
2012
magical mathematics Persi Diaconis, Ron Graham, Robert E. Neale

Inside-Outside

Endless Chain / Pricking the Garter

- A Fair Throw
- A Cheating Throw
- A Superfair Throw

die legende vom schnee in der wüste\nroutine with yoshimoto cube, story of snow, cube vanishes from a silk and water in a little bowl turns to snow\nchristian scherer\nbox stars\nrobert e. neale
2014
schlaglichter Christian Scherer

Die Legende vom Schnee in der Wüste

routine with Yoshimoto Cube, story of snow, cube vanishes from a silk and water in a little bowl turns to snow

jonah wild\n- presentation for a last deal: wild deal
- presentation for a one-time deal: still lucky\nrobert e. neale\nten card wild\nstephen hobbs\nrobert e. neale
2015
the bammo ten card deal dossier Robert E. Neale

Jonah Wild

- Presentation For A Last Deal: Wild Deal
- Presentation For A One-Time Deal: Still Lucky

the dragon and the unicorn\ndone with gems and a fairy tale story presentation
- alternate handling
- bag handling\nrobert e. neale
2015
the bammo ten card deal dossier Robert E. Neale

The Dragon and the Unicorn

done with gems and a fairy tale story presentation
- Alternate Handling
- Bag Handling

the queen sisters\nbizarre story of sacrifice where two sisters (queens) triumph despite the odds against them.\nrobert e. neale\nwheels of fortune\nsteve beam
2015
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 10 Robert E. Neale

The Queen Sisters

Bizarre story of sacrifice where two sisters (queens) triumph despite the odds against them.

wheel force\nelimination force from five objects starting with the one selected by a spectator.\nrobert e. neale
2015
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 10 Robert E. Neale

Wheel Force

Elimination force from five objects starting with the one selected by a spectator.

wheels of fortune\ninspired by wheel of fortune tv show, audience member competes for prizes and wins a second card trick.\nsteve beam\nthe queen sisters\nrobert e. neale
2015
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 10 Steve Beam

Wheels of Fortune

Inspired by Wheel of Fortune TV show, audience member competes for prizes and wins a second card trick.

the fragility of life\neggs cracked one by one, last one cracks the bowl itself as it is out of steel, plague story presentation, pateo\nben hart\n"soul survivor" (robert e. neale, life, death & other card tricks)
2020
the darkest corners Ben Hart

The Fragility of Life

eggs cracked one by one, last one cracks the bowl itself as it is out of steel, plague story presentation, PATEO

Inspired by

"Soul Survivor" (Robert E. Neale, Life, Death & Other Card Tricks)