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Lin Searles Moracle packet cut off and reduced to one card via reverse faros, this card predicted and four Aces on top of discard piles, see also p. 486 for comment by Charles HudsonInspired byRelated toVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6, No. 9) 430
Paul Curry Cider! with extra card (double jonah)Related toVariationsAlso published here Paul Curry Presents 28
Bob Hummer, Al Koran Mathematical 3 Card Monte bill under one of three cups, back of performer is turned and after some changes in the order of the cups, performer divines cup with billVariations Bob Hummer's Collected Secrets 35
Karl Fulves Mathematical 3-Card Monte Variations Bob Hummer's Collected Secrets 59
Philip T. Goldstein, Walter B. Gibson, Maurice Kraitchik Rainbow Matrix number force with a magic squareInspired byRelated toVariations The Violet Book of Mentalism 8
J. W. Sarles The Calculator Card Trick No. 77, deck answers simple calculation after a spectator's cutVariations More Self-Working Card Tricks 116
Wyman Jones, Paul Harris Galaxy only two piles, three methodsRelated to Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 2, No. 9-12 Paul Harris: The Act) 52
Lewis Jones Sweeter Cider Inspired byAlso published here Profile (Issue 9) 11
Tom Daugherty Triple Whammy Variations Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 16, No. 8) 2252
Lewis Jones Switch Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 17, No. 1) 2306
Lewis Jones What's yours is mine Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 17, No. 1) 2305
Dean Dill, Allan Ackerman The Gem-Money Cards bills are put next to Aces, Gemini TwinsRelated toVariations Las Vegas Kardma 18
Lewis Jones Habits predicting with two cards Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 17, No. 12) 2446
Lewis Jones Happenstance mathematical thingVariations Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 17, No. 5) 2355
Harry Lorayne Apocalypse Variations Or Additions Inspired by Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 17, No. 11) 2431
Lewis Jones The TP Load from the breast pocket Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 17, No. 5) 2355
Lewis Jones, Harry Lorayne Cut Force Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 17, No. 1) 2306
Lewis Jones Randominium several methods Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 18, No. 10) 2561
Lewis Jones Houdini's Hand "high card" location Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20, No. 2) 2754
Lewis Jones Invisible Cull Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20, No. 2) 2754
Nick Trost The Penney Paradox sucker betRelated to
  • "Penney-Ante" (Walter Penney, The Journal of Recreational Mathematics, Oct 1969)
  • "On the Paradoxical Situations that Arise from Nontransitive Relations" (Martin Gardner, Scientific American, Oct 1974)
  • Trine (Lewis Jones, 2002)
The Card Magic of Nick Trost 89
Lewis Jones Stranger spectator spells personal information to arrive at card Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20, No. 4) 2775
Karl Fulves Repeat Cheat fourteen-card packet, three cards selected in spectators's own hands by dealing two poker hand and remembering top card, another spectator finds all, all three are the same unknowinglyVariations Latter Day Secrets (Issue 1) 4
Steve Beam The Birthday Card spectator deals cards for month and day of his birthday then remembers a card, performer reveals selection and birthdayVariations Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 3 86
Lewis Jones Birthday Shuffle birthday and selection are divinedInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 3 88
Lewis Jones Give Me Five spectator can always chose from two cards, decisions made for him and for performer Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 3 22
Lewis Jones Invisible Cull while placing some cards on the table Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 3 22
Lewis Jones You Bet prediction of the card which is next to named card, as a bet how many cards are between the two cards Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 3 25
Lewis Jones Matchmaker card is constructed, prediction in form of a playing card is on the tableInspired by
  • Stephen Tucker's "Doubly Impossible"
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 3 143
Lewis Jones The Pattern Principle for remembering red-black-color sequences
- The Pattern Principle
- The Gapped Pattern Principle
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 3 158
Lewis Jones Red Alert One deck is dealt in four hands, colors of one hand can be divined Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 3 160
Lewis Jones Red Alert Two deck is cut in halves, performer turns over card of his pile and guesses if color in other pile matches Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 3 161
Lewis Jones Red Alert Three performer guesses if colors are red or black Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 3 162
Lewis Jones Red Alert Four selection is placed in other half, spectator names colors of cards and lies at selection, performer knows knows exactly when Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 3 163
Lewis Jones Stainless steal cards dealt into right hand off the top of the deck, cards secretly stolen back to deck Ahead of the Pack 31
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Rollovers "a theme and twelve variations", on the bold rollover force
- Theme
- Variation 1: Avoiding the flash
- Variation 2: Doing without the preliminary peek
- Variation 3: The multiple rollover
- Variation 4: Rollback
- Variation 5: The slipped rollover
- Variation 6: With a face-up marker
- Variation 7: With the face-up deck
- Variation 8: The two-spectator force
- Variation 9: The two-in-one force
- Variation 10: The locator
- Variation 11: The transverse locator
- Variation 12: The rollover control
Ahead of the Pack 34
Lewis Jones 4 - 6 - 11 three cards selected from twelve-card packet via dealing, a spectator finds all threeInspired by Ahead of the Pack 47
Lewis Jones, Jack Avis Remote view - the sequel two consecutive challenge locationsInspired by
  • "Remove View" (Lewis Jones, Cardiograms)
Ahead of the Pack 55
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Double entendre one card thought-of from half the deck and one touched, both found Ahead of the Pack 59
Lewis Jones The full monte Hummer's Mathematical Monte variation with three cards, chosen one named, variation by Jack Avis with three packetsInspired byRelated to
  • "Monte Bank" (Lewis Jones, The Spring of 52)
Ahead of the Pack 63
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones The third eye three unknown cards in a face-down row, spectator choses one, his eyes are closed and performer touches both eyes with his (supposedly) two hands, card divined anyway Ahead of the Pack 68
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Double take unknown card removed, another card chosen and placed aside, second card divined by turning over some cards in the deck of same suit, value, ... then the three mates of removed card turn overRelated to
  • "All of a Kind" (Juan Tamariz, Mnemonica)
Ahead of the Pack 71
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Under-the-Spread Force Handling spreading over top card Ahead of the Pack 71
Larry Jennings, Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Larreverse Handling Ahead of the Pack 72
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Jokes on rope magic, sponge balls, David Copperfield Ahead of the Pack 76
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Jokes on wands, Okito box, mentalists Ahead of the Pack 4
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Jokes on card men, linking rubber bands Ahead of the Pack 46
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Empathy two cards chosen, located with spelling Ahead of the Pack 82
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Impossible spectator shuffles after replacement, selection between two key cards Ahead of the Pack 85
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Starburst packet cut off and reduced to one card via reverse faros, this card predicted and four Aces on top of discard pilesRelated to Ahead of the Pack 88
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Fingered card placed aside, its value is used to count to later selection Ahead of the Pack 90
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones What's MY card? unknown card reversed in deck, spectator pushes Joker in deck twice to identify suit and valueInspired by Ahead of the Pack 94
Jack Jansen Variant five packets put together face-up and -down, only two selections reversed at the end, with further idea by Lewis JonesInspired by Ahead of the Pack 98
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Double-decker two decks, one card chosen, two cards from other deck used to count down to it, 13-14 force stack Ahead of the Pack 105
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Can't be bad emergency card placed aside, Aces found instead of selection, emergency card turns out to be selection Ahead of the Pack 108
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Jokes on cups and balls, linking rings Ahead of the Pack 113
Lewis Jones Trine guessing game of color sequence of three consecutive cardsRelated to Ahead of the Pack 117
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Jokes on children's magic, magician's last wish, money Ahead of the Pack 130
Lewis Jones Fish on "range forces" like in OOSOOM Ahead of the Pack 131
Lewis Jones High Five one of five Ahead of the Pack 136
Lewis Jones Move over again, Moe with drop stack type arranging of color patternInspired by
  • "Move over, Moe" (Lewis Jones, Imp Romp 2)
Ahead of the Pack 141
Lewis Jones Dual control two thought-of cards divined (each one out of five)Inspired by
  • "Radar Deck" (Richard Osterlind)
Ahead of the Pack 146
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Jokes on egg bag, ventriloquism Ahead of the Pack 150
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Back to back to back four cards change and twist, with color changing backs into rainbow, red/blue double backer
- Twisting the blue
- Twisting the red
- Twisting the rainbow
Ahead of the Pack 154
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Twins collide five cards put on table and one chosen, its mate found from rest of deck Ahead of the Pack 160
Lewis Jones Rack and bled starts with shuffled deck, deck set up in preliminary phase, gambling presentationRelated toVariations Ahead of the Pack 162
Jack Avis Even further Inspired by Ahead of the Pack 170
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Jokes on table-hopping, chop cup, bill switch Ahead of the Pack 174
Lewis Jones Bad Luck Mansion thirteen cards, one chosen and reversed, it vanishes and reappears from packet two times, war story presentationInspired by
  • "The tomb of the kings" (Lewis Jones, Lusions)
Ahead of the Pack 178
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Batman meets his match cards transform, a Queen appears under a tabled Joker, story presentation Ahead of the Pack 185
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Invasion of the body snatchers sandwich finds selection, deck changes back color except selection, in another deck only the selection has an odd back as well, story presentation Ahead of the Pack 187
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Shape shifters two Jokers change both into selections and back Ahead of the Pack 192
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Jokes on escapologists, levitations Ahead of the Pack 198
Jack Avis Triad three mates found by counting to month, day... of birthday and placing cards thereRelated toVariations Ahead of the Pack 199
Lewis Jones Dater base marriage with gemini twins placement, counting to personal numbersInspired byRelated to Ahead of the Pack 202
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Name dropper two names of spectators used to spell to selections Ahead of the Pack 206
Lewis Jones Channel Tunnel phone number of spectator shows up, gambling presentationRelated to
  • "Emma forgets her card" (John Lenahan, Dungeon Video)
Ahead of the Pack 209
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Jubilee birthday month of spectator counted down, next card remembered, when performer turns back towards table he locates card and divines month Ahead of the Pack 212
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Jokes on manipulators, sawing a woman in half, mentalists Ahead of the Pack 218
Lewis Jones Con text spectator deals and stops for page number, repeated for word number, word divined Ahead of the Pack 219
Lewis Jones, Jack Avis Dicy dice thrown, all visible numbers added, that many card counted, one number used to remember a card, located Ahead of the Pack 224
Lewis Jones Seven up two cards are seen in window envelope, two numbers up to ten named, somehow two Sevens show up and in the envelope are Sevens Ahead of the Pack 227
Lewis Jones Envelope Holdout to add cards after shuffling Ahead of the Pack 227
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Jokes on dove productions, magician's wife Ahead of the Pack 232
Lewis Jones By the numbers number force for any number with a magic squareRelated to Ahead of the Pack 233
Lewis Jones Calculated risk deck helps with calculations
- First calculation: money
- Second calculation: time
Inspired by Ahead of the Pack 239
Lewis Jones I've got your number number force with a calculatorInspired by
  • Michael de Marco, Linking Ring, May 2001
Ahead of the Pack 242
Lewis Jones Square-bashing Ahead of the Pack 245
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Jokes on Chinese sticks, dice stackers, juggler and magicians Ahead of the Pack 258
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones The coin can coin into can
- Variant 1 (with the prop)
- Variant 2 (with no props)
Ahead of the Pack 259
Lewis Jones Paperchase words called out and one remembered by the spectator, cumulative/progressive anagram Ahead of the Pack 263
Lewis Jones Mystral coding method over the phone
- Cards
- Dates
- Words (The AIR code)
- Drawings
Ahead of the Pack 274
Jack Avis, Lewis Jones Introduction Ahead of the Pack 1
Lewis Jones Lift off method for a breakless double lift
1. Doubling up
2. The line-up
3. The one-finger push
4. Edge grip control
5. The switch
6. The bonus
Ahead of the Pack 5
Lewis Jones Unload see the first note Ahead of the Pack 10
Lewis Jones As a Force see the second note Ahead of the Pack 11
Lewis Jones Paragon pilfer side palm substitute with Bottom Placement type mechanicsInspired by
  • "The Paragon Move" (Lewis Jones, The Paragon Move)
Ahead of the Pack 13
Lewis Jones The jog slip force top half removed towards front Ahead of the Pack 15
Jack Avis Fangle fan passed over face-up packet, face card changesVariations Ahead of the Pack 17
Lewis Jones Change of face fan passed over face-up packet, face card changesInspired by Ahead of the Pack 18
Lewis Jones The turn around card visibly turns over on face of packet with color change Ahead of the Pack 20
Lewis Jones Change for a single fan passed over single card and it changesInspired by Ahead of the Pack 21
Lewis Jones Strip tease stripper functionality shown by locating a single card, but uses normal deck Ahead of the Pack 25
Karl Fulves (reviewer) Ahead of the Pack by Jack Avis (written by Lewis Jones) Latter Day Secrets (Issue 8) 316
Lewis Jones Pattern Principle for remembering red-black-color sequencesRelated to Card Fictions 36
Marty Kane Divide and Conjure! after several full-deck reverse faros, only three cards remain, one settled upon, it is the selection
- Full Deck Handling
- Further Notions on Divide and Conjure! (2)
- External Thoughts (Robin Robertson, Jerry K. Hartman, Peter Duffie)
- The Trouble with Seven
- Partial Deck Handlings
- Full Deck Prearranged Handling (named card)
Inspired by
  • "The Devil and His Disciple" (Robert Neale, Life Death, and Other Card Tricks)
Related toVariations
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 49
Jim Steinmeyer The Lesser Dictionary Test book test over the phone, numbers and countingRelated to Further Impuzzibilities 12
Lewis Jones Ding Dong system for memorizing cards Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 130
Lewis Jones Ding Dong Effect five selected cards are divined Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 131
Lewis Jones The Return of Mental Monte Inspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 132
Lewis Jones, Chan Canasta Canastrick reworking of Chan Canasta's "A Miracle Discovery Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 133
Lewis Jones Color Fast spectator chooses all losing color, performer winning color, kind of small packet OOTW Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 135
Lewis Jones, Jerry K. Hartman Sorted apparently performer sorts deck in colors and suits to find selection, inspired by Hartman's "He Whose Half Lasts" (Card Dupery) Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 138
Lewis Jones Known Aim stooge Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 142
Lewis Jones, Marty Kane Long Division after elimination process by spectator card is locatedInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 143
Lewis Jones Polygram Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 145
Lewis Jones The Mystery of the Sealed Room coin travels into card box Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 147
Lewis Jones The Force counting force for 5 objects Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 149
Lewis Jones Make My Day date chosen with cards, card in diary at that date matches prediction Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 150
Lewis Jones Double Under/Down Deal Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 175
Rich Aviles, Alex Elmsley Pocket Protectors free selection is predicted with two cards (value and suit)Inspired byRelated to Above the Fold 20
Karl Fulves Pre-Existing Conditions "Order From Disorder"
memorizing a string of suits
- The System
- The Classic Code
- After Eight Kings
- The Suit System
- The System in Brief
- No Memory Required (removing cards in required order)
- Real Memory
- The Cipher for Value
Related to Xtra Credit (Issue 5) 24
Steve Beam The Trapdoor Issue #54 on Joe Rindfleisch, Lewis Jones, Charlie Randall The Trapdoor - Volume Three (Issue Addendum) x
Rich Aviles Pocket Protectors The magician pockets two cards to serve as a prediction. Spectator calls out any card. Magician shows one of the predictions has the same value and the other the same suit as the mentally selected card.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 156
Steve Beam 3726 Four people think of a value and then a suit. The magician names each of them.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 162
Lewis Jones Sweeter Cider Inspired byAlso published here The Bammo Ten Card Deal Dossier 120
Steve Beam The Magic of Lewis Jones Introduction to Lewis Jones chapter Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 9 69
Lewis Jones A Card in Mind Magician locates a mentally selected card.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 9 70
Lewis Jones Point Blank Magician locates a mentally selected card using a blank-both-sides deck of cards.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 9 71
Lewis Jones Second Thoughts Magician devines a thought-of card while spectator holds the deck.Related to
  • "Think of a Card" (Tino Call, Semi-Automatic Card Tricks, Vol. IV, 2002)
  • "Once Removed" (Michael Murray & Stephen Shaw, marketed, 2013)
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 9 74
Lewis Jones Box Number The magician uses the spectator's name and some cards determined by her name to arrive at a card the magician earlier predicted.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 9 77
Lewis Jones Give Me Five Also published here
  • Encyclopedia of Impromptu Card Forces, 2000
The Bammo Ten Card Deal Dossier 292
Steve Beam Fabrication The magician uses the spectator's name and some cards determined by her name to arrive at a card the magician earlier (and openly) predicted.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 9 78
Unknown The Magic of Lewis Jones Introduction to the chapter on the magic of Lewis Jones. Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 133
Steve Beam Facade Version of Lewis Jones effect where questions are asked and the true or false answers are spelt/dealt into piles on the table, ultimately producing a royal flush.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 72
Steve Beam The Magic of Lewis Jones Introduction to the chapter on the magic of Lewis Jones. Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 133
Lewis Jones You Think, I Think The magician reads the spectator's mind. Then, the spectator reads the magician's mind. Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 134
Lewis Jones A Word in Your Ear Book test using a dictionary.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 136
Lewis Jones What Kind of Card are You? The magician places a card to represent a spectator in his pocket. The spectator uses random numbers of cards to generate a playing card. The magician removes that card from his pocket.Related to
  • "Look, No Cards" (Lewis Jones, The Book of Revelations, 2011)
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 138
Lewis Jones Pocketless Magician pockets two cards. Spectator names any card. Magician removes the two cards - one matches the value and the other the suit of the named card.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 140
Lewis Jones Stargazer Magician writes a prediction. Spectator answers questions as he deals cards for each letter in the answer. At the conclusion, the last card matches the written prediction.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 142
Lewis Jones Stargazer - The Alpha Version Magician writes a prediction. Spectator answers questions and deals one card for each letter in the answer. The last card matches the prediction.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 144
Steve Beam Farsighted Stargazer Magician removes a card to serve as a prediction. Spectator answers questions and deals one card for each letter in the answer. The last card matches the prediction.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 147
Steve Beam Blinded Stargazer Magician removes a card to serve as a prediction. Spectator answers questions and deals one card for each letter in the answer. The last card matches the prediction.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 149
Pepe Lirrojo, Lewis Jones Tus Cartas Deseadas - LocalizaciĆ³n named quartet is found on top of four packets, when they are removed, second named quartet is foundInspired by
  • Lewis Jones' "Aces in a Hurry"
Panpharos 24
Lewis Jones Pattern Principle for remembering red-black-color sequences, brief You and Me and the Devil Makes Three - Volume II 20