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S. W. Erdnase The Diagonal Palm-Shift mention of top palm, bottom palm, multiple shift on page 141Related toVariationsAlso published here The Expert at the Card Table 137
Unknown Methods for Determining a Card Thought Of A. By the Riffle
B. By Springing Flourish
C. By the Cut
D. By the Gaze
Related toVariations The Expert at the Card Table 165
S. W. Erdnase Ordinary Methods of Stocking, Locating and Securing different methods while toying with the deckVariations The Expert at the Card Table 60
L'Homme Masqué Kinetoscopic Force cards riffled in front of spectator and King of Spades among Club cards is mistaken for King of ClubsRelated toVariationsAlso published here The Art of Magic 77
Unknown Forcing the Mental Selection of a Card and Tricks Therewith by spreading, by rifflingRelated to Greater Magic 329
Arthur H. Buckley The False Count for More Related to Card Control 53
Arthur H. Buckley Dealing from the Bottom mentioning the idea to deal bottoms to all players except oneself and performing OOTW with bottom dealsRelated toVariations Card Control 105
Edward Marlo The Blind Fold Stack punched cards as safety measureVariations Marlo In Spades 23
Edward Marlo The Follow Up Aces Aces lost in deck come to topRelated to The Cardician 91
Edward Marlo Miracle Change No. 1 - Method No. 1 (seated)
- Method No. 2 (seated or standing)
- Method No. 3 (unload on deck)
- Method No. 4 (stand-up)
Related toVariations Miracle Card Changes 3
Cy Endfield Center Steal Related toVariations Cy Endfield's Entertaining Card Magic — Part III 20
Edward Marlo Shuffling the Aces after every (in-)shuffle, an ace is on topVariations Faro Notes 16
Edward Marlo Marlo's Strike Unit Control Variations Seconds, Centers, Bottoms 129
Dai Vernon Look up spectator spreads through deck and thinks of oneRelated toVariations Inner Secrets of Card Magic 75
Edward Marlo Memory Matcho two decks, one stackedVariations Marlo Meets His Match 29
Edward Marlo The Push-Thru Shift Variations The Multiple Shift 23
Edward Marlo, Arthur H. Buckley Shuffle Shift and Palm Off overhand shuffle multiple shift with palm offVariations The Multiple Shift 27
Edward Marlo Side Riffle Estimation left thumb riffles down to same spotRelated to Estimation 16
Roger Crosthwaite The Hindu Needles based on Hans Trixer's version in "Pentagram", needles threaded in hand instead of mouth The Art of Close-Up Magic — Volume 1 253
Edward Marlo Marlo Top Change No. 2 Variations Expert Card Conjuring 35
Edward Marlo Double Lift Substitutes - Fourth Method Variations Expert Card Conjuring 36
Roger Crosthwaite Note in Cigarette bill is accidentally burnt The Art of Close-Up Magic — Volume 2 25
Edward Marlo The Variant Fingertip Peek applying substance to peeked-at card with right second finger
- The Baisc Method
- Daub Variant
- Saliva Variant
- Adhesive Variant
Variations Advanced Fingertip Control 74
Allan Ackerman Joker Sandwich thought of card in sandwich in deckInspired byVariations Magic Mafia Effects 6
Edward Marlo The Geiger Discovery selection found in spread, edge marked keyRelated toVariations Advanced Fingertip Control 86
Eddie Fields The Farcical Force boldVariations Kabbala — Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 2) 13
Fred Lessor Simple Optics selection travels from underneath hat into deck between aces, simplified handlingInspired byVariations Epilogue (Issue 13) 101
Edward Marlo Si Stebbins Sorcery Incomplete Faro Selection, then selection named or four-of-a-kind found, four effectsVariations Hierophant (Issue 5-6) 292
Wesley James Coming Up In The World Related toVariations Super Subtle Card Miracles 165
Edward Marlo Special to the Expert center dealing from different positions, stepped/jogged cards, secret incomplete faro conditionRelated toVariations The Unexpected Card Book 239
Martin A. Nash Vernash's Aces faros and Free Cut Principle, see p. 443 for additional creditingVariations Ever So Sleightly 70
Tim Wenk The Ribbon Spread Grab originally top cardVariations Afterthoughts 114
Allan Ackerman An Effect spectator names card, direct, prediction typeVariations Here's My Card 29
Harry Lorayne One Good Turn center block shift to topVariations Quantum Leaps 164
André Robert Tele "Vision" using estimationVariations Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 3 No. 4) 335
Walt Lees Editorial on Harry Dewhirst, Ger Cooper, Brian Glover, Pat Conway, Harry Nichols, Bob Little, Piet Forton, Roger Crosthwaite, Bob Read, Dick Turpin, Ken Brooke Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 9) 906
Walt Lees Editorial on Roger Crosthwaite Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 10) 918
Unknown Cambridge Close-Up on Billy McComb, Mark Leveridge, Vic Allen, Roger Crosthwaite Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 11) 941
Roger Crosthwaite Doing the Splits gambler vs. magician theme, splitting twos into aces and one hand changes backs Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 10) 918
Paul Curry, Edward Marlo, Roger Crosthwaite In The Air Turnover Change Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 10) 920
Roger Crosthwaite The Little Salt Man with the aid of a salt pot Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 10) 922
Cy Endfield, Roger Crosthwaite Hofzinser Card Change Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 10) 924
Roger Crosthwaite Skating On Ice invisible dice presentation, based on an idea by Jon Racherbaumer in "Sticks and Stones, a leaflet for the left hand." No. 7 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 10) 926
Edward Marlo Third False Count Variations Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 129
Roger Crosthwaite False Cut pass Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 10) 927
Roger Crosthwaite Partial Brainwave invisible dice, partial gaffed Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 10) 929
Ian Keable-Elliott (reviewer) The Commercial Card Magic Of Roger Crosthwaite by Roger Crosthwaite (written by Walt Lees) Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 12) 957
Edward Marlo, John Benzais Longitudinal Cop different grip for Benzais CopRelated to 21st Century Card Magic 14
Roger Crosthwaite Think-a-Card shuffled deck, wording and eye movement The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 3
Roger Crosthwaite Stacked Deck Refinement stacked deck in conjunction with the think a card plotInspired by The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 8
Roger Crosthwaite Think-a-Card Control think a card plot and the Hofzinser spread cull The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 8
Roger Crosthwaite Think-a-Card Force psychological force, timing The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 10
Roger Crosthwaite The Eidetic Prediction card is placed in the box, spectator think of a card, that card is divined and later found to be the card put in the box in the beginning The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 11
Roger Crosthwaite Loading a Card in Case from the rear palm The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 16
Roger Crosthwaite The Geiger Mystery card is located by sound, then it vanishes between two others and is found to be the card put in the case in the beginningInspired by The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 18
Roger Crosthwaite The Crosthwaite Card Case The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 11
Roger Crosthwaite The 2nd Geiger Mystery Related to The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 22
Roger Crosthwaite The Crosthwaite Key Card with ink dot The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 22
Roger Crosthwaite Multiple Card Control with the Crosthwaite Key Card The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 23
Roger Crosthwaite The Multiple Shift The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 27
Roger Crosthwaite Roger's Angels signed card appears between selected pair of queens, then the backs of the queens change into cards with dogs on it, eventually a toy dog appears The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 30
Richard Kaufman Instant No-Shuffle Sandwich four handlingsVariations Cardworks 147
Roger Crosthwaite Thanks to Kaps two decks, one card is signed on the back by the performer without showing the face, from the other deck a spectator thinks of a card, they matchInspired by The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 41
David Britland, Stuart R. Patterson Fun & Frolics in Great Yarmouth IBM convention in Great Yarmouth, Da Silva Puppet Theatre, Shaun McCree, Crisco, John Cornelius, Ali Bongo, Peter Warlock, Jack Mayes, Terry Herbert, Mike Gancia, Walt Lees, Mark Leveridge, Eddie Dawes, John Palfreyman, Peter Lane, John Salisse, Peter Kersten, Josephine, Joe Nex, Chu Chin Fu, Jan Madd & Chantal, Johnny Thompson, Jeffrey Atkins, Joe Marvel, Pierre Brahma, Jacqueline, Eddy & Company, Harry Nicholls, Frans Biemans, Tommy Wonder, Hans Van Senus, Bob Little, Roger Crosthwaite Babel (Issue 2) 16
Al Smith (reviewer) Mindboggler by Roger Crosthwaite Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 3) 1010
Roger Crosthwaite An Approach to Magic - Part 2 Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 4) 1028
Roger Crosthwaite An Approach to Magic Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 5) 1041
Roger Crosthwaite For Publication credits for following routine Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. Special #2 (Xmas)) 25
Roger Crosthwaite P.Y.V.C. card vanishes and appears from sandwich, three methods Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. Special #2 (Xmas)) 27
Roger Crosthwaite An Approach to Magic Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 2) 991
Tim Gan Wow four Aces, Ace with same suit turns over, when repeated, Ace turns into selectionVariations Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 18) 350
Roger Crosthwaite Modified Master Grip Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 2) 1180
Roger Crosthwaite Wow Wow! Inspired by Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 21) 402
David Britland Flesh Eaters three handlings, with interlace subtletyInspired byRelated toVariations Cardopolis (Issue 1) 15
Walt Lees Roger Crosthwaite The Best of Close-Up Magic 27
Roger Crosthwaite The Umbrella Thing a small umbrella appears, then two coins are produced and they change places in the hands of the performer, coins turn into a small cheese and eventually a large cheese is produced The Best of Close-Up Magic 27
Roger Crosthwaite, J. B. Bobo Modified Bobo Switch The Best of Close-Up Magic 42
Roger Crosthwaite Eleatics with Jumbo Coin finale The New Talon (Vol. 1 No. 2) 31
Roger Crosthwaite Coin Switch with card The New Talon (Vol. 1 No. 2) 32
Dai Vernon, Larry Jennings Out of Sight and Mind II one of twelve, riffle shuffle set up handlingVariations The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 2 32
Karl Fulves 3 Vues anonymous show reviews on Roger Crosthwaite and Paul StoneRelated to Interlocutor (Issue 47) 188
Larry Jennings The Cream Always Rises Aces are lost, spectator touches four cards - the AcesRelated to The Cardwright 140
Roger Crosthwaite Faro Follow-Ups one out of four, kicker four-of-a-kind production, Si Stebbins & faros Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 12) 1999
Roger Crosthwaite, Harry Lorayne Side Swipe simplified handling for Crosthwaite's Longitudinal Peek Steal/Control Trend Setters 165
Roger Crosthwaite Instant Aces Also published here Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 14 No. 9) 1977
Alex Elmsley The Hook-Strip Shift overhand shuffle action multiple shiftRelated to The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 1 99
Roger Crosthwaite Daub Fingertip Peek Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 78
Roger Crosthwaite Primal Premonition unknown and freely chosen card put aside, card peeked at, they match Roger's Thesaurus 77
Roger Crosthwaite Tabled Steal bottom card into LTP as deck is tabled Roger's Thesaurus 80
Roger Crosthwaite Lap-Switch tabled card picked up and put in other hand, lapping, using LTP Roger's Thesaurus 81
Roger Crosthwaite Turnover Switch tabled card turned over, lapping, using LTP Roger's Thesaurus 82
Roger Crosthwaite Primal Memory 1 one card thought-of and one selected, both predicted via matching cardsInspired by Roger's Thesaurus 83
Roger Crosthwaite Primal Memory 2 card thought-of from spread and card selected, found, no no fishing Roger's Thesaurus 84
Michael Vincent Through-the-Fist Change Variations Roger's Thesaurus 88
Roger Crosthwaite Miracle Change Effect card changes into selectionInspired by Roger's Thesaurus 89
Roger Crosthwaite LTP Peek Steal Roger's Thesaurus 89
Roger Crosthwaite Clip Palm unusual clip position before getting into LTP Roger's Thesaurus 90
Roger Crosthwaite Tabled Addition from LTP palm Roger's Thesaurus 90
Roger Crosthwaite LTP Miracle Steal Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 92
Roger Crosthwaite Sandwich Sequence card appears between tabled red Queens, then to black Queens and back, Visitor
- Phase One: The Trap
- Phase Two: The Escape
- Phase Three: The Return
Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 94
Roger Crosthwaite Delayed Switch Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 95
Roger Crosthwaite Purist Sandwich Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 100
Roger Crosthwaite Clip Bottom Control from peek to LTP to bottom of deck Roger's Thesaurus 100
Roger Crosthwaite Clip Second-from-Bottom Control from peek to LTP to second from bottom Roger's Thesaurus 101
Roger Crosthwaite Quantum Classics chapter intro Roger's Thesaurus 104
Roger Crosthwaite Free Count Aces Aces cut into deck, found again
- Variation One: Faro Shuffle
- Variation Two: Overhand-Faro Combination
Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 109
Roger Crosthwaite Rapid Thumb Count rhythmicRelated to Roger's Thesaurus 109
Roger Crosthwaite The Diagonal Palm Shift "A Tribute to Lewis Ganson"Inspired byRelated to Roger's Thesaurus 119
Roger Crosthwaite Diagonal Push-Through Roger's Thesaurus 119
Roger Crosthwaite The Cull intro Roger's Thesaurus 127
Roger Crosthwaite Riffle Cull Finesse Roger's Thesaurus 127
Roger Crosthwaite Method One: Single Cull deck face-up in dealing position, left thumb riffles, desired card controlled, one card pass action Roger's Thesaurus 128
Roger Crosthwaite Method Two: Single Cull deck face-up in dealing position, left thumb riffles, desired card controlled, one card pass action Roger's Thesaurus 128
Roger Crosthwaite Method Three: Multiple Cull deck face-up in dealing position, left thumb riffles, desired cards jogged and controlledInspired by Roger's Thesaurus 129
Roger Crosthwaite Method Four: Multiple Cull deck face-up in dealing position, left thumb riffles, desired cards jogged and controlledInspired by Roger's Thesaurus 129
Roger Crosthwaite Method Five: Multiple Cull deck face-up in dealing position, left thumb riffles, desired cards jogged and controlledInspired by Roger's Thesaurus 130
Roger Crosthwaite Method Six: Multiple Cull deck face-up in dealing position, left thumb riffles, desired cards jogged and controlledInspired by Roger's Thesaurus 131
Roger Crosthwaite Method Seven: Cull-Crimp deck face-up in dealing position, left thumb riffles, desired cards corner crimped down Roger's Thesaurus 132
Roger Crosthwaite Method Eight: Cull-Crimp deck face-up in dealing position, left thumb riffles, desired cards corner crimped up Roger's Thesaurus 132
Roger Crosthwaite Method Nine: Multiple Cull deck face-up in dealing position, left thumb riffles, desired cards jogged or crimped Roger's Thesaurus 132
Roger Crosthwaite On the Prayer Cull credit attempt Roger's Thesaurus 140
Roger Crosthwaite Seconds and More Roger's Thesaurus 145
Roger Crosthwaite The Immediate Center break, mention of "Out of this Escorial" (by Kevin Reay) Roger's Thesaurus 151
Roger Crosthwaite The Bottom Deal Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 158
Edward Marlo, Roger Crosthwaite The Center Control Deal Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 159
Roger Crosthwaite To Another World starts from shuffled deck Roger's Thesaurus 163
Roger Crosthwaite Longitudinal Deal-Cop here used as red-black separationRelated to Roger's Thesaurus 163
Roger Crosthwaite Follow Up card peeked in red half travels to black half Roger's Thesaurus 165
Roger Crosthwaite Acknowledgments Roger's Thesaurus xii
Donald Bevan Profile about Roger Crosthwaite Roger's Thesaurus xv
Roger Crosthwaite Introduction Roger's Thesaurus xix
Roger Crosthwaite Completing the Circle commentary on the upcoming seven-phase card act
- Phase One: Beginning the Act (Set-Up, Building Rapport)
- Phase Two: Reading the Mind
- Phase Three: Finding the Foursome
- Phase Four: Caressing the Cards
- Phase Five: Dealing with Desire
- Phase Six: Making the Magic
- Phase Seven: Ending with Style
Related to Roger's Thesaurus 1
Roger Crosthwaite The Deck Production from invisible grain of salt, cased, from lapRelated toVariations Roger's Thesaurus 4
Roger Crosthwaite The Salt Pot Production salt shaker appears in hand, from lap, straddle grip steal Roger's Thesaurus 6
Roger Crosthwaite Biddle Steal Credit Information Biddle, Kardyro, MarloRelated to
  • "Discourse On A Move" (MUM, Dec. 1959, p. 278)
Roger's Thesaurus 177
Roger Crosthwaite Primal Paradigms "Phase Two: Reading the Mind"
Joker grabbed from spread, originally top card
Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 7
Roger Crosthwaite Think-a-Card in fan, gaze method, with fishingRelated to Roger's Thesaurus 8
Roger Crosthwaite Salad Shuffle letting the spectator just spread the cards around on the table Roger's Thesaurus 8
Roger Crosthwaite Incomplete Shuffle Glimpse bottom card, after tabled riffle shuffle Roger's Thesaurus 9
Roger Crosthwaite Finding the Foursome "Phase Three" Roger's Thesaurus 11
Roger Crosthwaite Rapid Cull downjog cull with strip-out, see also p. 227 for credit information Roger's Thesaurus 11
Roger Crosthwaite The Kilburn Cut estimation cut to locate a card à la Marlo Roger's Thesaurus 13
Roger Crosthwaite The Sultan Stab spectator throws indicator card into dribble, shown to be next to King, indicator card changes into King as well as:
- The Chutney Change
Roger's Thesaurus 14
Roger Crosthwaite On the Top Change Roger's Thesaurus 15
Roger Crosthwaite The Khan Reverse Roger's Thesaurus 16
Roger Crosthwaite Righting Move Variation for Triumph clean-up Roger's Thesaurus 18
Roger Crosthwaite Card Case Switch using Tenkai Palm, table edge Roger's Thesaurus 19
Roger Crosthwaite Insertion Steal directly into LTP Roger's Thesaurus 20
Roger Crosthwaite Visual Replacement LTP steal from table edge Roger's Thesaurus 21
Roger Crosthwaite Lost and Found "Phase Four: Caressing the Cards"
Kings lost, spectator decides on number of players and who should win
Roger's Thesaurus 23
Roger Crosthwaite Overhand Shuffle Shift Related to Roger's Thesaurus 23
Roger Crosthwaite Minus 51 Riffle Stack one-shuffle riffle stack Roger's Thesaurus 24
Roger Crosthwaite Off-the-Face Switch slow-motion typeInspired by Roger's Thesaurus 26
Roger Crosthwaite How It's Done "Phase Five: Dealing with Desire"
fake center deal, card dealt onto pile yet appears again when spectator says stop during deal, finally comes from pocket
Roger's Thesaurus 27
Roger Crosthwaite Spin-Out Center Deal Roger's Thesaurus 27
Roger Crosthwaite Pocket Switch card sticking out of breast pocket, removed with one hand, see also p. 234 for credit informationRelated to
  • Ed Marlo in "Technomagic" No. 12 (Justin Higham, June 1991)
Roger's Thesaurus 30
Roger Crosthwaite The Magic Salt "Phase Six: Making the Magic"
cards dealt on table become invisible, deck penetrates case
Roger's Thesaurus 31
Roger Crosthwaite Single Deal Vanish card(s) dealt on table vanish, into LTP, see also p. 234 for credit information, also:
- Multiple Deal Vanish
Roger's Thesaurus 32
Roger Crosthwaite The Elmsley Count with credit information Roger's Thesaurus 195
Roger Crosthwaite LTP Packet Replacement to top Roger's Thesaurus 33
Roger Crosthwaite The Long Pour "Phase Seven: Ending with Style"
cased deck, case suddenly filled with salt
Roger's Thesaurus 34
Roger Crosthwaite Think-a-Card - Opening Remarks thoughts and references
- The Selection of the Card
- The Location of the Card
- The Revelation of the Card
Roger's Thesaurus 37
Roger Crosthwaite Personal Roots about the think-a-card plot Roger's Thesaurus 41
Roger Crosthwaite Psychological Roots - The Eyes Have It
- The Length of Gaze
- The Direction of Gaze
- The Intensity of Gaze
Roger's Thesaurus 43
Roger Crosthwaite The Scottish Connection chapter intro Roger's Thesaurus 202
Roger Crosthwaite Erdnase Method A "Technical Roots"Inspired byRelated to Roger's Thesaurus 48
Roger Crosthwaite Variation One: Verbal Stop Technique peek-type selection, dressed as think-a-card Roger's Thesaurus 49
Roger Crosthwaite Variation Two: Visual Stop Technique riffling through card with short pause Roger's Thesaurus 50
Roger Crosthwaite Variation Three: Retention-of-Vision Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 52
Roger Crosthwaite Erdnase Method B "Technical Roots"
springing face-up with short pause, credit information
Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 52
Roger Crosthwaite Variation: The Spring Force springing, spectator says stop, only one card remains in right hand, face-up or face-down Roger's Thesaurus 53
Roger Crosthwaite Erdnase Method C "Technical Roots"Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 54
Roger Crosthwaite Variation: The Charlier Force bold, bottom card shown to spectator during Charlier CutInspired by Roger's Thesaurus 54
Roger Crosthwaite Erdnase Method D "Technical Roots"
by the gaze, see following entries, credit information
Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 55
Roger Crosthwaite The Gaze Method - Think-a-Card cards spread through with the faces towards the spectator, observing the spectator's eyesInspired byRelated to Roger's Thesaurus 55
Roger Crosthwaite Think-a-Force cards spread through with the faces towards the spectator, psychological force
- Controlling the Gaze
Related to Roger's Thesaurus 59
Roger Crosthwaite The Unexplained following items were unexplained on video "Inner Sanctum Volume 4" Roger's Thesaurus 61
Roger Crosthwaite Appendix - Technical Notes for Chapter One various details and notes for the seven-phase actRelated to Roger's Thesaurus 219
Roger Crosthwaite The Impromptu Shelf Inspired by
  • "Marlo Shelf" (Ed Marlo, New Tops, Aug./Sept. 1974)
Roger's Thesaurus 220
Roger Crosthwaite Building Rapport Roger's Thesaurus 221
Roger Crosthwaite The Longitudinal Tenkai Palm (LTP) comments and credit information Roger's Thesaurus 222
Roger Crosthwaite The Deck Production further commentsRelated to Roger's Thesaurus 222
Roger Crosthwaite The Gaze Method credit informationRelated to Roger's Thesaurus 223
Roger Crosthwaite Three-Way-Out Location for think-a-card, card found by stabbing another next to it Roger's Thesaurus 224
Roger Crosthwaite High-Cros Move Variations Roger's Thesaurus 225
Roger Crosthwaite Delayed Turnaround Center Glimpse Roger's Thesaurus 226
Roger Crosthwaite Sauter La Coupe on beating the cut and false cuts Roger's Thesaurus 228
Roger Crosthwaite The High-Cros Move Variant Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 230
Roger Crosthwaite The Shuffle Shift overhand, credit informationRelated to Roger's Thesaurus 232
Roger Crosthwaite Punch Stack Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 232
Roger Crosthwaite Mental Stab performer stabs next to thought-of card, (classic) out for three possibilities Roger's Thesaurus 61
Roger Crosthwaite Direct Mindreading Roger's Thesaurus 62
Roger Crosthwaite Mental Topper spectator shuffles deck and cuts it into four piles, top card of chosen pile is selection, LTP palm-out and replacement Roger's Thesaurus 63
Roger Crosthwaite Mental Jacks two Jacks sandwich "thought-of" (forced) card Roger's Thesaurus 63
Roger Crosthwaite Mindreading Experiment 1 card "thought-of" (forced), mate is in case and spectator stops on his selection Roger's Thesaurus 64
Roger Crosthwaite Mindreading Experiment 2 card put in case, performer does not know it, mate forced on spectator, glimpse via hole in case, belly stripper suggestion Roger's Thesaurus 64
Roger Crosthwaite Wrist Turn Reversal end-for-end turnover of half the deck Roger's Thesaurus 67
Roger Crosthwaite Beyond the Gen chapter intro Roger's Thesaurus 72
Roger Crosthwaite Flash Aces Also published here Roger's Thesaurus 74
Roger Crosthwaite The Magic Assembly Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 19 No. 12) 2725
Roger Crosthwaite LTP Change Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 19 No. 12) 2726
Roger Crosthwaite Introduction Roger's Real Gone Aces 7
Roger Crosthwaite Roger's Real Gone Aces with salt shakerInspired by
  • "Real Gone Aces" (Ed Marlo, Linking Ring, Jan. 1957, p. 70)
Roger's Real Gone Aces 9
Roger Crosthwaite The Pull-Back False Count Inspired byRelated to Roger's Real Gone Aces 39
Roger Crosthwaite Pebbles and Aces "A brief study of vertical and lateral thinking in the development of the Four Ace Assembly" Roger's Real Gone Aces 45
Roger Crosthwaite LTP Steal bottom card of packet Roger's Real Gone Aces 23
Roger Crosthwaite The Evolution of Think-a-Card "A lecture given by Fr Roger Crosthwaite at The Magic Circle Collectors' Day, 25 May 1996"
credit and historical information
1. Scot's "Discoverie"
2. Goldston's Quarterly
3. The Berglas Effect
Arcardia 23
Roger Crosthwaite Perception Arcardia 33
Roger Crosthwaite On Victor Farelli Arcardia 36
Roger Crosthwaite To Pause or Not To Pause Arcardia 37
Roger Crosthwaite Un, Deux, Trois from invisible grains of salt, cased, from lapInspired by Arcardia 43
Roger Crosthwaite Mindshaker One OOSOOM handling, card thought-of as cards are riffled in peek positionInspired by Arcardia 49
Roger Crosthwaite Mindshaker Two peeked card is named Arcardia 54
Roger Crosthwaite Mindshaker Three peeked at card found Arcardia 57
Roger Crosthwaite Peek Steal Control in LTP and then to top Arcardia 58
Roger Crosthwaite Think-as-I-Think chapter intro Arcardia 65
Roger Crosthwaite Look-as-I-Look spectator and performer each think of a card in two decks, deck exchanged and cards removed, they matchInspired by Arcardia 65
Roger Crosthwaite The Upjog Switch upjogged card squared and thumbed off onto table, also for multiple-out tricksInspired by Arcardia 69
Roger Crosthwaite Focused Television card thought of, spectator removes five cards one of which must be selection, it is foundInspired byRelated to Arcardia 75
Roger Crosthwaite Multiple Procedures getting spectator to think of one cards of a few
1. Spectator Shuffles and Spreads (full stack, spectator shuffled briefly)
2. Spectator Shuffles and Spreads (small stack)
3. Spectator Shuffles and Spreads (no stack)
Related to Arcardia 78
Roger Crosthwaite Alternative Versions getting spectator to think of one cards of a few
1. Spectator Shuffles
2. Spectator Speaks
3. Spectator Imagines
4. Spectator Plays (1, incorporating wallet)
5. Spectator Plays (2)
Related to Arcardia 80
Roger Crosthwaite, Justin Higham Independent Prediction odd-backed prediction card in breast pocket, matches peeked-at card
- Method One (Crosthwaite)
- Method Two (Higham)
Inspired by
  • "One Deck Perfect Prediction" (Justin Higham, Technomagic No. 2, Aug. 1990)
Arcardia 90
Roger Crosthwaite Breast Pocket Switch as it is removedRelated to Arcardia 90
Roger Crosthwaite DOT Revised card put in breast pocket, card thought of, it is shown to be the oneInspired by
  • Domination of Thought (Hofzinser)
Arcardia 91
Roger Crosthwaite The Cheat named four-of-a-kind produced and stacked, then face-up center deal, Aces for performer Arcardia 105
Roger Crosthwaite One Shuffle Riffle Stack Arcardia 110
Roger Crosthwaite Thirds and More intro Arcardia 115
Roger Crosthwaite The Unit Control Deal Inspired by Arcardia 116
Roger Crosthwaite The Center Control Deal together or different positionsInspired by Arcardia 119
Roger Crosthwaite The Bottom Control Deal Inspired by Arcardia 120
Roger Crosthwaite Poker Deal Assembly four poker hands with an Ace in each hand, hands lost in deck, Aces found on top, bottom or center as chosen by spectatorInspired by
  • Michael Vincent's handling of "The Cream Always Rises"
Related to
Arcardia 125
Roger Crosthwaite Further Finesse Arcardia 137
Roger Crosthwaite The Two-Handed Pivot-Jog Glimpse step glimpse handling, credit information Arcardia 137
Roger Crosthwaite The One-Handed Pivot-Jog Glimpse step glimpse handling Arcardia 140
Roger Crosthwaite The Second Fingertip Crimp top card slightly pushed off and crimpedInspired by
  • "Fingertip Crimp Control" (Matthew Bogle, Abra #472, 1955)
Arcardia 143
Roger Crosthwaite The Delayed Bottom Palm usual delay with angle jog in right hand end grip Arcardia 144
Roger Crosthwaite LTP Peek Steal directly into LTP Arcardia 147
Roger Crosthwaite Profound Magician - An introduction to NLP Arcardia 153
Roger Crosthwaite Monaco's Queens Queens lost in four packets that are combined, found again with help of Joker à la Christ Aces, Kings show up as well, using Erdnase's patter for "Exclusive Coterie" with long justificationInspired by
  • "Ricardo's Aces" (Ricardo's Card Artifice, 1979)
Related to
  • "Roger's Aces" (Linking Ring, July 1994)
Arcardia 165
Roger Crosthwaite Afterword on Michael Skinner Arcardia 197
Roger Crosthwaite Acknowledgements Arcardia 4
Roger Crosthwaite Introduction Arcardia 11
Roger Crosthwaite Hoy Book Test Handling page miscalling Arcardia 9
Justin Higham Vernonesque Stop Trick OOSOOM sure fire, not thought ofRelated to
  • "Mindshaker" (Roger Crosthwaite, Arcadia, 1999)
The Simulation of Miracles 18
Jack Avis The Magic of Jack and Jill spelling location with ten-card packetInspired by
  • "Jack and Jill" (Roger Crosthwaite, Father Roger Takes It Easy, Sept. 2000)
Rara Avis 84
Paul Gordon, Roger Crosthwaite Head-to-Head Poker ten cards, performer received royal flush even though it was not part of the packet in beginningVariations Best of Friends — Volume III 97
Justin Higham, Roger Crosthwaite Third-Eye Force Spectator says stop while magician deals cards on table, bottom card of tabled packet is slid out Dexterity Manual 22
Roger Crosthwaite IRF Open Prediction (semi improvised effect) Card is placed next to its mate The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 25
Roger Crosthwaite Gemini Cull Culling method for standard Gemini mates effect The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 26
Peter Duffie The Zen Card Deal Inspired byRelated toVariations The Bammo Ten Card Deal Dossier 249
Roger Crosthwaite Father Roger Crosthwaite Addition Inspired by The Bammo Ten Card Deal Dossier 252
Harry Lorayne Head-To-Head Poker ten cards, performer received royal flush even though it was not part of the packet in beginningInspired by JawDroppers! Two 165