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Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
S. W. Erdnase Bottom Palm. First Method with left little finger option
Related toVariations 1902 86
A Matter of Debit and Credit "I have as many cards as you have, and enough....", magician twice divines correct number of cut off cards
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1938 157
Silas and the Slickers rhyming patter, ballad by Elmer Applegit
Variations 1939 26
Edward Victor A Move for the “Rising Cards” (Sleight of Hand Method) wrong card rises from deck changes into selection, finger pushes cards up from back, for applications see references
Related toVariations 1940 ca. 15
Edward Marlo Spade Shuffle blocks
Related toVariations 1947 46
Paul LePaul Impromptu Torn And Restored Card except one quarter, restored card minus corner shoots out when deck is riffled
Variations 1949 161
Milton Berle The Quickie Card Trick No. 92, The Trick That Fooled Einstein with cards
Variations 1950 172
Karl Fulves Double Control deck riffle shuffled, not squared, halves separated again and one selection is protruding from both halves, Freeman Display precursor
Related toAlso published here 1969
Faro & Riffle Technique (Issue Riffle Shuffle Controls)
42
Edward Marlo Jump-Jump Aces extra Three of Diamonds as pseudo Ace
Related toVariations 1971 31
Larry Jennings Gambler's Aces
VariationsAlso published here 1975 102
Jeff Semel Pirandello False Cut triple in-the-hands swing cut
Related toVariations 1983 58
Steve Draun The Graveyard Shift Midnight Shift
VariationsAlso published here Winter 1983/1984
The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. Winter Extra)
157
Jack Carpenter Take Leave four aces transform into 1 selection
Sep. 1985
Apocalypse (Vol. 8 No. 9)
1111
Larry Jennings Ambidextrous Travellers for the Elmsley credit see p. 48 of Marlo's Magazine 6
Related toVariations 1986 233
Ben Harris Fandango Move one-handed, bottom cards of small packet turned over
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here 1986 2
Larry West Mirage Count
Related to 1986 50
Jack Carpenter, Steve Freeman Four at Once variation on Freeman's (unpublished?) riffle shuffle display production
Related to Dec. 1987
Apocalypse (Vol. 10 No. 12)
1436
John C. Wagner The Assembly
Variations 1987 60
Darwin Ortiz Slick Aces with transpo follow up
Inspired byRelated toVariations 1988 106
Edward Marlo Packet Switches - First Method handling for drag/peel switch
Inspired by
  • Switch by Arthur Hastings & David Bendix (Hugard's Magic Monthly, Oct. 1956)
Related toAlso published here
  • The New Tops, Feb. 1965
1988 128
Jack Carpenter Four at Once Aces are produced one by one, then all at once with Freeman Display
Related to 1992 3
Jack Carpenter The J. C. Pop-Out
Related to 1992 3
Jack Carpenter Mysterious Daley & Between your Palms combo, also called "Quantum Theory"
Inspired byRelated toVariations 1992 13
Jack Carpenter Casual Unload
1992 13
Brother John Hamman, Jack Carpenter Signed Card Displacement Variation
1992 17
Jack Carpenter, Brother John Hamman Signed Card Displacement Variation tabled
1992 18
Jack Carpenter Multiplex Reset Reset combined with double Travelers
  • Preliminary display sequence
  • Reset phase
  • The Double Travelers Phase
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1992 21
Jack Carpenter Packet Switch Sequence on-deck-Hamman-Count procedure
Also published here 1992 23
Edward Marlo, Jack Carpenter ATFUS Variation 1
Also published here 1992 25
Jack Carpenter Notes on the Erdnase Bottom Palm notes
Inspired by 1992 32
Jack Carpenter No Table Aces Aces face up at different positions, all travel to top one by one, then distribute back to original positions
Also published here 1992 34
Jack Carpenter, Steve Draun The "Graveyard Shift" with Top-Card Cover cover version
Inspired by 1992 41
Jack Carpenter Jack's Backs four double backed cards are printed, ungaffed
Also published here 1992 45
Jack Carpenter All-Backs Display Sequence four cards, diminishing lift
1992 46
Dr. Jacob Daley, Jack Carpenter Strike Double Lift
1992 52
Edward Marlo, Jack Carpenter Olram Subtlety Variation fingertips
1992 56
Jack Carpenter The Carpenter Reverse Assembly
1992 59
Jack Carpenter, Stephen Minch Thoughts on the Reverse Assembly Plot
1992 70
Jack Carpenter Card and Purse Frame card vanishes in purse frame (sucker element) and appears from it
1992 73
Jack Carpenter Notes on the Gambler's Cop
1992 75
Jack Carpenter Torn, Torn, and Restored get-in
Inspired by 1992 77
Jack Carpenter The Robber Band: The Final Days of Jesse James rubber band penetrates deck to catch four Jacks on top of deck
1992 81
Jack Carpenter Full Metal Jack only one shuffle, credit information
1992 87
Edward Marlo, Jack Carpenter ATFUS Variation 2
1992 88
Jack Carpenter, Arthur H. Buckley Bottom Reverse Variation halves kiss
Related to 1992 88
Jack Carpenter Royal Faststack riffle stacking demo with surprise appearance of royal flush
1992 99
Jack Carpenter Riffle Stacking Sequences
1992 100
Frederick Braue, Jack Carpenter Braue Addition & Switch
1992 101
Jack Carpenter, Alex Elmsley Extended Elmsley Count with five cards, showing a card twice
1992 102
Jack Carpenter Notes on Riffle Stacking
1992 103
Jack Carpenter Center Deal Demo Two Methods, requiring bottom deal
1992 105
Jack Carpenter Lazy Man's Greek Deal bottom card has corner torn off
1992 108
Jack Carpenter Notes on the Strike Bottom Deal modified erdnase grip
1992 111
Jack Carpenter The Seattle Switch poker hands with aces and kings transpose one by one, one changes to royal flush
1992 114
Jack Carpenter West Coast Cooler deck switch as skill demonstration, secret switch possible in course of routine
1992 123
Jack Carpenter Eight Kings bottom deal demonstration in which one deals 8 kings, then kings are in other pile than they were dealt
Related to 1992 130
Jack Carpenter Notes on the Strike Second Deal
1992 134
Jack Carpenter Notes on Dealing Thirds
1992 137
Jack Carpenter Notes on the Stud Bottom Deal extension of Erdnase's technique
Inspired by 1992 137
Jack Carpenter, Stephen Hobbs Thoughts on Card Cheating An Essay with Examples
1992 141
Jack Carpenter The Carpenter Full-Deck False Shuffle Zarrow shuffle sequence
1992 149
Steve Ehlers The Ehlers Shift one-handed table shift
Variations 1992 151
Jack Carpenter Setting the Jog for a partner to cut
1992 155
Jack Carpenter Overhand Stacking Technique pulling off two cards at a time
Related to 1992 157
Jack Carpenter Flop Seconds dealing cards in other hand one by one before turning them over at once
1992 157
Jack Carpenter Multiplex Reset Reset combined with double Travelers
  • Preliminary display sequence
  • Reset phase
  • The Double Travelers Phase
Also published here Nov. 1992
Magic (Vol. 2 No. 3)
51
Jack Carpenter Packet Switch Sequence on-deck-Hamman-Count procedure
Also published here Nov. 1992
Magic (Vol. 2 No. 3)
51
Edward Marlo, Jack Carpenter ATFUS Variation 1
Also published here Nov. 1992
Magic (Vol. 2 No. 3)
52
Michael Weber (reviewer) Modus Operandi - The Card Magic of Jack Carpenter by Jack Carpenter (written by Stephen Hobbs) Nov. 1992
Magic (Vol. 2 No. 3)
59
Steve Draun The Midnight Shift
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1993 37
Steve Draun Pivot Production on the table
Related toAlso published here 1993 103
Jack Carpenter No Table Aces Aces face up at different positions, all travel to top one by one, then distribute back to original positions
Also published here Feb. 1993
Profile (Issue 12)
10
David Jones (reviewer) Modus Operandi by Jack Carpenter (written by Stephen Hobbs) Mar. 1993
Opus (Vol. 4 No. 9)
13
Bob Farmer The Last Trick Of Dr. Jacob Hamman a.k.a. The Card Of Turin Daley & Between your Palms combo
Inspired by Feb. 1993
Magic (Vol. 2 No. 6)
49
Jack Carpenter Reverse Ace Assembly #3
1994 1
Jack Carpenter Red/Black Rollover
Inspired by 1994 5
Jack Carpenter In Lieu of the Braue Addition & Switch
1994 5
Jack Carpenter O'Henry Plays Jazz
Also published here 1994 13
Steve Mayhew, Jack Carpenter Mayhew's Master Deal Ace climax
Related to 1994 19
Jon Racherbaumer The Curse of Scotland card chosen (Christ force), another card chosen and put reversed in center, then match and reversed card is between other cards of that value
Inspired by 1994 9
Doug Conn Conn's Opening featuring addition from card case's cellophane with slit
Inspired by 1994 10
Fred Robinson Overhand Run Technique running groups of two, three, four cards
Related to 1994 91
Jack Carpenter Fate or Free Will? tabled prediction card, spectator picks card and inserts it in deck, cards on both sides of it are black Sevens, inserted card is shown to be a red Seven and prediction is other red Seven
Variations 1994
Labyrinth (Issue 1)
8
Jack Carpenter A "Quickie" Revisited number of cards cut off and card selected are predicted, see "Errata" in Issue #3 (p. 31) for more references
Inspired byRelated to 1994
Labyrinth (Issue 1)
14
Jack Carpenter Carpenter's Cannibals cannibal cards eat and then change into all Eights (they "ate" a lot), see reference for a different longer version of routine, see "Errata" in Issue #3 (p. 31) for crediting info
Related to 1994
Labyrinth (Issue 1)
16
Jack Carpenter Multiple top switch cards are switched as top card of packet is peeled on deck, see "Errata" in Issue #3 (p. 32) for crediting info
Related to 1994
Labyrinth (Issue 1)
17
Jack Carpenter, Steve Ehlers, Steve Mayhew The Grippo Transpo signed card lost in deck, performer and spectator hold a card, performer's card visually changes into spectator's, spectator's card becomes signed card
Related to 1994
Labyrinth (Issue 1)
19
Jack Carpenter O'Henry Plays Jazz Aces and four Clubs-cards, Aces transpose with Clubs one at a time to gather in tabled pile, instead of last Ace traveling, all three other Aces transpose back all at once to join it beneath spectator's hand, see "Errata" in Issue #3 (p. 32) for crediting info
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here 1994
Labyrinth (Issue 2)
4
Jack Carpenter Two Moves – The Carpenter Outjog Insertion four Aces displayed face up on deck, lowermost Ace(s) is stolen away beneath X-number of cards from top, applied in "Obliter-Ace-ion" (p. 22), see "Errata" in Issue #3 (p. 32) for crediting info on ATFUS
Related to 1994
Labyrinth (Issue 2)
11
Jack Carpenter Two Moves – The Tabled Elmsley Switch Elmsley Count done onto the table, applied in "Full Reverse" (p. 16), see "Errata" in Issue #3 (p. 32) for small crediting correction
Related to 1994
Labyrinth (Issue 2)
13
Jack Carpenter Full Reverse classic Assembly, one at a time Jacks vanish from their packets and appear in leader packet, then backfire back to their starting packets, see "Errata" in Issue #3 (p. 32) for small technical correction
Related to 1994
Labyrinth (Issue 2)
16
Jack Carpenter Obliter-Ace-ion Ace vanish one at a time, four random cards are changed into Aces
1994
Labyrinth (Issue 2)
22
Jack Carpenter Jack's Rhythm Two-four-Four, variation of the Rhythm Count
VariationsAlso published here 1995 9
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
Jack Carpenter Jack's Backs four double backed cards are printed, ungaffed
Also published here 1995 23
Steve Mayhew Mayhew's Middle Deal Miracle deck shuffled face-up into face-down, all face-up cards are "center-dealt" out of the deck leaving only face-down cards, suggests a few variations, see Carpenter references for "a different write-up of this effect"
Related toVariations 1995
Labyrinth (Issue 3)
10
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)
28
Stephen Hobbs Errata
Related to 1995
Labyrinth (Issue 3)
31
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)
7
Allan Ackerman Optical Rhythm rhythm count handling, all cards must be face cards, Two-four-Four count
Inspired byAlso published here 1996 9
Jon Racherbaumer While Waiting For Godot Aces change to Kings and back, kings to pocket, followed by more routines, see below
Related to 1996
Facsimile (Issue 4)
31
Jack Carpenter Introduction
1997 9
Jack Carpenter Preliminary Notes and Credits credits for the Freeman Display
1997 11
Jack Carpenter A Dance for the Devious Queens vanish one by one, reproduced at once together again
Related to 1997 15
Jack Carpenter The Flash Production
1997 23
Jack Carpenter A Potent Presage three predictions, Gemini Twin type procedure, four-of-a-kind kicker
Inspired byRelated to 1997 26
Jack Carpenter The Impulse Change card sticking out of deck visibly changes
1997 34
Jack Carpenter An Impulsive Premonition chicago opener style effect
1997 38
Jack Carpenter Steppin' out with Molly three card monte routine with several effect, signed money card to card case climax
Related toVariations 1997 41
Jack Carpenter, Ben Harris One-handed Change sandwiched card changes visually
Inspired by 1997 47
Jack Carpenter The One-for-One Change card visibly changes when move through two piles of deck
1997 53
Jack Carpenter Quick Slick performer cuts to ace of spades, he cuts to ace of spades again, tabled ace is now remaining three Aces
Inspired by 1997 56
Jack Carpenter Simplex Backfire
1997 58
Larry Jennings, Jack Carpenter Three Card Rhythm Count
1997 63
Jack Carpenter The Sweep Control deck cut into four piles, Ace on bottom of each, tabled
Related to 1997 71
Jack Carpenter Riffle 'n' Roll one-shuffle stack, Aces for five hands
1997 77
Jack Carpenter Running Load running cut to prepare and preload for riffle stacking
1997 78
Jack Carpenter Nine Angry Men one shuffle
Variations 1997 80
Jack Carpenter The D.C. Hustle kings and queens on top, one-shuffle stack, five players, kings, queens, x, x, aces
1997 85
Frederick Braue, Jack Carpenter Big Block Braue Addition
1997 87
Jack Carpenter Nova Royale Freeman Display with five cards (Royal Flush)
1997 94
Jack Carpenter Tabled Slip Cut Handling
1997 94
Jack Carpenter The Carpenter Overhand Stack
1997 100
Jack Carpenter A Finesse pulling off two (or more) cards at a time when overhand stacking
1997 102
Michael Close (reviewer) The Expert's Portfolio No. 1 by Jack Carpenter Nov. 1997
Magic (Vol. 7 No. 3)
29
Edward Marlo Multiple Top Switch
Related to 1998
Labyrinth (Issue 8 - Part 1)
23
Michael Close (reviewer) The Magic of Jack Carpenter Volumes One and Two by Jack Carpenter Oct. 1998
Magic (Vol. 8 No. 2)
26
Jack Carpenter Introduction on Hobbs' Labyrinth magazine and other Mayhew publications
1999 7
Jack Carpenter Preliminary Comments
1999 9
Steve Mayhew The Ultimate Gardner-Marlo spectator shuffles between rounds
Related toVariations 1999 16
Jack Carpenter, Toby Wessel Tips on the Second Deal movement of the hands while dealing
1999 8
Jack Carpenter Blind Lemon Aces Aces lost in deck and produced from right hand ("not this hand, the other hand")
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1999 10
Piet Forton Piet Forton Production Swivel top card, flip face up and trap between two packets
Related to 1999 38
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)
35
Steve Silverman Silverman’s Outjog Insertion versatile, ex: four face-up Aces displayed at top of deck, one is left behind beneath top card of deck
Related to 1999
Labyrinth (Issue 11)
22
Jamy Ian Swiss (reviewer) Steve Mayhew's Angels May Shuffle but the Devil Still Deals by Steve Mayhew (written by Jack Carpenter) Feb. 2000
Genii (Vol. 63 No. 2)
69
Jack Carpenter Blind Lemon Aces Aces lost in deck and produced from right hand ("not this hand, the other hand")
Also published here Aug. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 3)
10
Jack Carpenter The Spider Cut in-the-hands false triple cut, also as transfer cut, control or production
Mar./Apr. 2003
The Penumbra (Issue 6)
15
John Bannon Trait Secrets Gemini Twins with four Ace kicker
Inspired byAlso published here 2004 182
Dave Campbell All Change four Jokers and Ace of Spades shown, Ace removed, Jokes all change into Aces of Spades and the backs change
Variations 2004 171
Jack Carpenter, Allan Ackerman Revisiting Molly no-throw monte routine in which money card changes at end and appears reversed in deck
Inspired byAlso published here 2005 29
Jack Carpenter Flushtration Count Variation
Also published here 2005 40
Jack Carpenter, Allan Ackerman I Dance for the Devious - Two Queens vanish one by one, reproduced at once together again
Inspired byAlso published here 2005 43
Allan Ackerman A Double Jack Twisting, Reset, traveler climax
Inspired byRelated toAlso published here 2005 29
Rick Merrill Slip, Flip, Pop quick one-at-a-time revelation in pop-out position
Inspired byRelated to 2005 15
Jack Carpenter Introduction
2006 3
Jack Carpenter Ultimate False Dealing Demonstration Kings on bottom, Jacks on top, Aces in middle, six-handed game dealt
  • Effect and Presentation
  • A Slight Preparation
  • The Placement of the Poker Hands
  • The Dealing Sequence
2006 4
Jack Carpenter Bottom Card Crimp as deck is spread
2006 5
Jack Carpenter Introduction
2006 3
Jack Carpenter Blackjack Lesson multiple phases, ace transformation kicker
Related to 2006 4
Jack Carpenter Bent Corner Method for the 3-Card Monte
2006 10
Jack Carpenter Aces in Action red aces produced, change to black aces, reds reproduced
2006 17
Jack Carpenter The Impulse Change brief
2006 20
Jack Carpenter There it is! Ace vanishes from table and appears protruding from fan with other three Aces
2006 27
Jack Carpenter Techno-Pop fan pop-out production
Related to 2006 30
Jack Carpenter Blind Lemon Aces Aces lost in deck and produced from right hand ("not this hand, the other hand")
Also published here 2006 33
Jack Carpenter Escalator Aces
2006 35
Jack Carpenter My Favorite O. Henry
2006 40
Jack Carpenter, Stephen Hobbs Grandma's School of Card Table Artifice
2006 49
Jack Carpenter Introduction
2010 xi
John Guastaferro, Jack Carpenter Mr. E. Takes a Stroll in-the-hands variation
Inspired by 2010 25
Jack Carpenter More on the Ballet Cut - 6. Pop-out
2010 108
Joe M. Turner (reviewer) An Evening with Jack Carpenter - The Seattle Session, Night Two by Jack Carpenter Apr. 2010
Genii (Vol. 73 No. 4)
92
Jack Carpenter Howlin' Wolf Aces Aces lost, one cut to and placed on spectator's hand, it becomes all four after a bit of byplay
Also published here 2011 25
Harry Lorayne The Hopless Hop top card shown and side-jogged, cut into center, secret slip cut, incorporating side-jog idea by Jack Carpenter, two methods
Inspired by 2011 61
Darwin Ortiz, Jack Carpenter Fast and Loose three transpositions, duplicate
Inspired by 2012 227
Jack Carpenter The Vanishing Ace through Four of Diamonds are on the table in a row, Kings dropped on each to make them vanish, they change to Aces as the finale
2012 31
Jack Carpenter Fingertip Aces
Related to July 2013
Genii (Vol. 76 No. 7)
32
Jack Carpenter Fan Zarrow fan shuffle Zarrow
July 2013
Genii (Vol. 76 No. 7)
32
Richard Kaufman Magicana correction
Related to Aug. 2013
Genii (Vol. 76 No. 8)
50
Benjamin Earl Blinded by The Hand four Aces located with "other" hand Ramsay-style
Related toVariationsAlso published here 2014 4
Jack Carpenter The Carpenter Angle Clash Theory
Related to 2014 8
Tomas Blomberg Magic Lesson six-phase routine where a rubber band and a borrowed ring are linked and unlinked several times. When the ring is going to be handed back to its owner, it changes places with the rubber band
Inspired byRelated to
  • "Pinnacle" (Russ Niedzwiecki DVD, 2005)
Variations
2014 25
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
Dustin Stinett (reviewer) All In by Jack Carpenter Jan. 2014
Genii (Vol. 77 No. 1)
92
Jack Carpenter The Impulse Change credited here as Dan and Dave Bucks Goat change
2014 139
Jack Carpenter Howlin' Wolf Aces Aces lost, one cut to and placed on spectator's hand, it becomes all four after a bit of byplay
Inspired byAlso published here 2014 36
Steve Mayhew, Jack Carpenter Uber-Ultimate Gardner-Marlo spectator shuffles between rounds, using the Angels May Shuffle Subterfuge
Inspired by 2014 90
Steve Mayhew Journey to the Center of the Deck false dealing routine, first bottom then mock center, instead of repetition Aces found together on top after losing them
Inspired by
  • Jack Carpenter's "Perfect Center Deal" on "An Evening with Jack Carpenter: The Seattle Sessions, Night One." DVD, 2008.
2014 114
Jack Carpenter, Steve Ehlers, Steve Mayhew The Transpo Grippo signed card lost in deck, performer and spectator hold a card, performer's card visually changes into spectator's, spectator's card becomes signed card
Related to 2014 199
Stephen Hobbs Welcome to Jack Carpenter's Ultimate Hold 'Em Demonstration
2015 1
Jack Carpenter Ultimate Hold 'Em Demonstration spectator shuffles and deals, yet straight flush is received
  • Audience
  • Texas Hold 'Em Basics
  • Performance Overview
  • Background
  • Set-up
  • The Wager
  • The First Shuffle and Deal
  • The Second Shuffle & Deal
  • The Elimination Procedure
  • The Burn & Turn Sequence
  • The Revelation
  • Notes on Jack's Presentation
  • A Swindle
  • Hard Prediction
  • Big Chops
Inspired by
  • "The Best Hand Ever" (Jay Jayaraman, Hold 'Em Magic, Frame, 2011)
2015 2
Jack Carpenter A Completely Self-Working Method of the "Ultimate Hold 'Em Demonstration"
2015 27
Joe M. Turner (reviewer) At the Table Live Lecture: Jack Carpenter by Jack Carpenter Feb. 2015
Genii (Vol. 78 No. 2)
82
Jack Carpenter One Handed Double Unlink one strand at a time
Inspired by Aug. 2016
Genii (Vol. 79 No. 8)
50
Roy Walton Near Enough four cards with selection, cards eliminated via down-under deal, selection is seen eliminated but yet last card is selection, sucker
Variations 2016 1
Jack Carpenter Dedication
2017 5
Jack Carpenter Acknowledgements
2017 7
Jack Carpenter Introduction
2017 12
Jack Carpenter The Chop Shop Shuffle overhand shuffle action palm
2017 17
Jack Carpenter Instantaneous Stud Double-Turnover
2017 20
Jack Carpenter Elegance In Motion (A Card Switch) Veeser Concept substitute, Elmsley count grip
2017 24
Jack Carpenter The Routine
2017 25
Jack Carpenter The Distribution Shuffle Sequence overhand shuffle that distributes four cards throughout deck and retains them under control
2017 29
Jack Carpenter The One-Shot Shift multiple shift with one cut and instant palm
2017 33
Jack Carpenter Hustler's Optical False Triple Cut
Related to 2017 37
Jack Carpenter Hustler's Stock Control Shuffle top and bottom stock simultaneously, jogged-slug stripping approach
Inspired by 2017 40
Jack Carpenter Scarne's Dream deck is fanned and instantly four outjogged Aces appear in fan
Variations 2017 47
Jack Carpenter Near Enough, Yet So Far Away five cards with selection, cards eliminated via down-under deal, selection is seen eliminated but yet last card is selection, other four cards change into Queens, sucker
Inspired byAlso published here 2017 51
Jack Carpenter O' Henry's Return, Revisited
Inspired by
  • "O'Henry's Return" (Jack Carpenter, Expert Card Routines, Video)
2017 56
Jack Carpenter Le Temps Style Add-On
2017 57
Jack Carpenter Rhythm Count Handling
2017 64
Jack Carpenter Bottom Deal Transfer as packet is turned over onto another packet in dealing position
2017 66
Jack Carpenter One-Handed Triumph
2017 68
Jack Carpenter One-Handed Optical Revolve Charlier cut type
2017 70
Jack Carpenter, Steve Ehlers The Legend of Silas Greene two poker hands dealt, three of a kind and Kings, former hand changes to Aces, then perfect bridge deal, rhyming patter
Inspired by 2017 75
Jack Carpenter The Texas Wind Card Rise card rises from deck that sticks halfway out of case
2017 88
John Bannon Heart Of Glass card on top and bottom of glass, no duplicates, deck placed on top
Inspired by Jan. 2017
Genii (Vol. 80 No. 1)
31
David Oliver (reviewer) Rubikulous by Jack Carpenter May 2017
Genii (Vol. 80 No. 5)
105
Patrick G. Redford Stacking Into Effects by Others methods to bring Redford stack to position to perform following routines
  • 26! - Caleb Wiles
  • Candy - Chris Mayhew
  • A Pale Blue - Ben Blau
  • Chaos - Mandelbrot's Revenge - Pit Hartling
  • Ultimate Hold'Em - Jack Carpenter
2017 249
Tom Rose The One-Handed Man four Aces located with "other" hand Ramsay-style
Inspired byRelated to 2018 17
Jason Ladanye Power Play two effects, from shuffled deck, first sets up second
  • card divined by apparently reading tells, many cards removed and selection found from those
  • demonstration of different false deals (bottom, second, greek, center), culminating in five four-of-a-kinds
Inspired by
  • "The Ultimate False Deal" (Jack Carpenter, All In, DVD)
  • "Johnny Mnemonic" (Andrew Wimhurst, The Card Artistry of Andrew Wimhurst, 2001, video)
Related to
2018 287
David Solomon Ten-Hand Poker Deal Aces on top, two shuffles
Inspired by 2018 60
John Bannon Rockstars
  • Dealing With It
Aces held in right-hand end grip, they are lost in the deck one by one, last one changes into all four again
Inspired by
  • "1-2-3-4" (Jack Carpenter, Seattle Sessions 1, 2009 DVD)
Mar. 2018
Genii (Vol. 81 No. 3)
38
Jack Carpenter Near Enough, Yet So Far Away five cards with selection, cards eliminated via down-under deal, selection is seen eliminated but yet last card is selection, other four cards change into Queens, sucker
Also published here Sep. 2018
Genii (Vol. 81 No. 9)
86
Michael Powers A Night at the Stardust poem story in which only Aces are used, lost and found, with appearing at the fingertips of the "wrong" hand as finale
Inspired by 2019 155
Allen Stratyner Al's Aces Trade Places Aces lost and Kings on the table, deck cut into four packets, Kings changed to Aces, Kings shown on top of tabled packets
Inspired by
  • "JC Aces" (Jack Carpenter, Linking Ring, Aug. 2011)
  • "JK Aitches" (Jerry K. Hartman, Linking Ring, Oct. 2011)
2019 170
Carlos Vaquera, Jack Carpenter Diminishing Lift Sequence 5 as 4
2019 204
Jack Carpenter Impulse Change card sticking out of deck visibly changes
2019 232
Jack Carpenter Crazy Eyes four Jokers and Ace of Spades shown, eventually changes into four Aces and one Joker and the backs change
Inspired by May 2020
Elixir (Vol. 3 No. 1 Part 2 (Spring #2))
245
Jack Carpenter The Protection Switch card dropped underneath a case or similar item, switched for a card from the deck
May 2020
Elixir (Vol. 3 No. 1 Part 2 (Spring #2))
258
Jack Carpenter The Money Stack includes pulling off two (or more) cards at a time
2020 236
Jack Carpenter, Steve Forte Do That Again deck fanned and four Aces instantly appear face-up and out-jogged in fan
Inspired by 2020 1029
Jack Carpenter On the Spade Shuffle: Carpenter's False Shuffle blocks, bottom-line cover
Inspired by 2020
Output (Issue 7)
10
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)
8
Jack Carpenter You Can Help card lost in one half, another half is on spectator's palm and put back except one card, that turns out to be the selection
Apr. 2020
Genii (Vol. 83 No. 4)
63
David Regal (reviewer) Carpenter Coins by Jack Carpenter July 2020
Genii (Vol. 83 No. 7)
88
Jack Carpenter Introduction
2020
Jack Carpenter Getting into the Core Routine featuring add-on to packet
2020 1
Jack Carpenter Phase One - Above and Below Instant Change red Aces on top and black Aces underneath, they instantly transpose
2020 3
Jack Carpenter Phase Two - Double Visual Change two black Aces face up, red Aces face down, black ones change visually one by one into red Aces
2020 5
Jack Carpenter, Edward Victor Visual Change No. 1 - The Sweep Change injogged card changes visually
Inspired byVariations 2020 6
Jack Carpenter, Baltazar Fuentes Visual Change No. 2 - The Shake Change face card of left-hand packet changes while waving packet in right-hand end grip above it
Variations 2020 7
Jack Carpenter Phase Three - Slow Motion Under Hand Transpo extra card, Aces transpose one by one
Related to 2020 10
Jamie Masterson The Open Wave Action technical variation
Inspired by 2020 14
Jamie Masterson Shake Change Adjustment technical variation
Inspired by 2020 15
Jamie Masterson Drop & Shake technical variation
Inspired by 2020 16
Jamie Masterson Optional Ending 2 - The Signed Card Climax as finale after Daley type routine
Related to 2020 24
Larry Jennings O. Henry Gets Jazzed Jazz Aces with O. Henry kicker
Inspired byVariations 2020 323
Steve Reynolds Beyond the Wild Travelers Reset combined with double Travelers
Inspired by 2021
Output (Issue 15)
12
Tom Frame (reviewer) Shadow and Shake by Jack Carpenter (written by Jamie Masterson) Sep. 2021
Genii (Vol. 84 No. 9)
75
Jack Carpenter Convincing 2 As 4 Count
  • Stud Handling
Related to Sep. 2021
The Disclaimer (Vol. 1 No. 6)
167
Rick Holcombe Quantum Conundrum Daley & Between your Palms combo, streamlined
Inspired by June 2022
The Hermit (Vol. 1 No. 6)
266
Jack Carpenter The Sweep Control
Related to 2022 103
Salvador Sufrate Ace Production Aces pop out of fan one by one
Related toAlso published here 2022 386
Jack Carpenter Scanners packet rises out (pinky rise), then pivots out
Also published here
  • MAGIC, May 2012
2022 1114
Jack Carpenter Carpenter's Cut Card Hop
2022 116
Jack Carpenter One-Handed Table Spread Shift to the bottom, ribbon spread cover, cover cards, "LeClaire Pass"
2022 118
Jack Carpenter Slap and Tap one-handed table shift
Inspired by 2022 120
Jack Carpenter Impulse Change
2022 160
John Bannon Blind Pebble Ace Fling value on card indicates how many seconds the performer has to find the Aces, three are found "in the other hand", indicator card changes into final Ace
Inspired by Mar. 2023
The Hermit (Vol. 2 No. 3)
688
Jack Carpenter Flushtration Count Variation
Also published here 2024 128
Jack Carpenter, Allan Ackerman I Dance for the Devious - Two Queens vanish one by one, reproduced at once together again
Also published here 2024 203
Jack Carpenter Jack's Rhythm Count Two-four-Four, variation of the Rhythm Count
Also published here 2024 54
Allan Ackerman The Optical Rhythm Count rhythm count handling, all cards must be face cards, Two-four-Four count
Inspired byAlso published here 2024 55
Allan Ackerman, Jack Carpenter Revisiting Molly no-throw monte routine in which money card changes at end and appears reversed in deck
Inspired byAlso published here 2024 101