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Paul LePaul A Fancy Control flip-over cutsVariations The Card Magic of Le Paul 96
Frank Thompson F.T. Cut Variations Super Subtle Card Miracles 143
John Cornelius Gotcha! - Sleight Of Foot gag for "coin brushed under foot" in which it is not there at the endRelated toVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 7) 735
Paul Harris The Ultimate Rip-off Torn-and-restored card with only one card used, 3/4 restorationVariationsAlso published here SuperMagic 63
Paul Harris Cardician's Blendo Four and Six melt together to a Ten spotVariationsAlso published here Las Vegas Close-Up 136
Gary Ouellet Drop Control top half dropped at angle with jog, jog hidden with some beveling handlingRelated toVariations Finger on the Card 6
Camilo Vázquez Camilo's Deceptive Four Ace Reveal hindu force handlingRelated toVariations Exclusive Card Miracles 47
Gary Ouellet The Ouellet Switch Variations Threshold 16
David Roth The Karate Coin with variationsRelated toVariations CoinMagic 24
Paul Harris Mickey Mouse Math cards change and split to display basic calculations with its spot valuesVariationsAlso published here Close-up Fantasies Finalé 105
Meir Yedid The Meir Mix also as transfer cutVariations Incredible Close-Up Magic 27
Dan Garrett The Faustus Ring Related toAlso published here Magic with Finger Rings 39
Jay Sankey, Paul Harris "10" Ace, Two, Three and Four are squeezed together into jumbo Ten spot, blendoVariationsAlso published here Close-up Seductions 79
Ben Harris Fandango Move one-handed, bottom cards of small packet turned overInspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here Fandango 2
Jay Sankey Elastic Infiltration rubberband around card case is initialed, vanishes and reappears inside case around deckRelated toVariations Sankey Panky 11
Jay Sankey The Cardboard Contortionists torn into quarters, fuse back togetherRelated to Sankey Panky 97
Johnny Lindholm Impromptu Holey Terror Variations Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 1 No. 2) 7
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Pure Delight Ring Flight ring put in purse vanishes and appears on finger of other hand behind backRelated to When Creators Collide... 68
Jay Sankey Dough pen through billRelated toVariations 100% Sankey 43
David Acer Lickety Flip VariationsAlso published here Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 15 No. 4) 2056
Alexander de Cova Convention Fooler coin under foot vanish with sucker element, other coin under footRelated to Secrets No. 1 79
David Acer Acknowledgements Natural Selections 4
David Acer About the Author Natural Selections 3
David Acer A Word About the Contributors Rick Bronson, Barry Julien, Simon Lovell, Richard Sanders Natural Selections 11
David Acer Lickety Flip Ace split in two, suddenly all four Aces are producedInspired by
  • "Rotary Revelation" (Victor Sendax, MUM, Feb. 1984)
Also published here
Natural Selections 13
Richard Sanders, David Acer Four on the Floor card selected, indifferent card changes into mate and other cards of same value are on either sideInspired by Natural Selections 18
David Acer Cheap Labour selection and three more cards taken out, stickman drawn on back of one, it multiplies on back of all cards, then is only on back of selectionAlso published here Natural Selections 20
David Acer No Holes Barred two holes punched in card, one is dragged acrossInspired by Natural Selections 26
David Acer Cartes Blanches three blank cards print into three-of-a-kind, then fourth card prints to complete the quartet and it is the selection Natural Selections 28
David Acer Money Flies four coins, each coin differently, last changes into many smaller coinsAlso published here Natural Selections 35
David Acer Through the Hand into glass Natural Selections 42
David Acer Cord Coin Holder rope taken out of small purse, four coins produced from ropeAlso published here Natural Selections 45
Rick Bronson, David Acer Missing Ink double blank cards print into business cardsAlso published here Natural Selections 49
David Acer Rink borrowed finger ring put in purse, folded-n arm of glasses inserted, ring suddenly on glassesRelated toAlso published here Natural Selections 54
David Acer The Spice Rack salt shaker is stretched, lapping switchInspired by Natural Selections 58
David Acer Transposition Ring Flight borrowed finger ring put in coin purse, it changes into key, ring now on hook in key caseRelated toAlso published here Natural Selections 60
David Acer Split Three Ways flip-over cutsInspired by Natural Selections 65
David Acer The Running Control hindu shuffle, drop jogInspired byAlso published here Natural Selections 67
David Acer The Overload coin loaded under card as tabled card is turned over Natural Selections 70
David Acer The Trinary Cut Inspired byAlso published here Natural Selections 72
David Acer The Kick Toss - Part I: the Toss
- Part II: The Return
Natural Selections 76
David Acer Double Header one double-headed and one double-tailed quarter shown, they fuse into one regular coin, then changes into half dollar Natural Selections 78
David Acer Hot Hands copper and silver coins shown on both sides, they fuse into a copper/silver coin which is openly shown Natural Selections 80
David Acer The Camera Never Lies deck used as camera, FISM Flash, previously indifferent card changes into selectionVariations Natural Selections 81
Richard Sanders A New Development blank card changes into selection, deck used as cameraInspired by Natural Selections 84
David Acer S.S.T. "Straightforward Stand-Up Triumph" Natural Selections 87
David Acer Mini Fusion deck shrinks to mini deck before selection (Six of Hearts) is replaced, Two and Four of Hearts found in mini deck and fused into poker sized Six, blendoInspired by Natural Selections 92
David Acer Flying Colors deck changes color except selection, another selection signed, it changes back color Natural Selections 95
David Acer Initially Yours spectator's initials on one card, another card chosen and tabled, initials jump to another card twice, finally onto tabled cardAlso published here Natural Selections 99
David Acer Writing Twice getting duplicate of initialed card Natural Selections 100
David Acer Emotional Bonding spectator writes positive emotion on face of card, another spectator on the back of another card, the fuseAlso published here
  • Genii, July 1991
Natural Selections 106
Richard Sanders Richie's Double Bill Switch bill changes twice and then backInspired byVariationsAlso published here
  • Genii, July 1991
Natural Selections 111
David Acer Around the World in 80 Dollars Inspired byAlso published here Natural Selections 117
David Acer Money for Nothing photo of performer holding a dollar bill is shown, $20 bill changes into a $1 bill, bill on photograph has changed into $20Also published here Natural Selections 118
David Acer The President's Message bill rubber banded to card case is shown and initial, name of selection appears written on itAlso published here Natural Selections 123
David Acer Deckromancy one card chosen from normal deck and one from miniature deck, they match Natural Selections 128
David Acer Airing with Miniature Cards Natural Selections 130
David Acer Swiss Pack many holes appear in chosen card, then the deck has a big hole through itAlso published here Natural Selections 133
Richard Sanders, David Acer The Body Swap two persons hold up a big sheet of cloth and things travel from one face to the other, eventually the persons transposeAlso published here Natural Selections 141
David Acer Hyperventilate air in lungs transposes with air in balloon, proven with smoke that is suddenly in balloonInspired byAlso published here Natural Selections 143
Paul Harris Air "An Untested Idea for the Stage Worker", air in lungs transposes with helium in balloonVariationsAlso published here
  • Genii, Sept. 1985
The Art of Astonishment — Book 1 (Issue Misc. Pieces of Paul) 231
Stephen Hobbs (reviewer) Natural Selections by David Acer The Looking Glass (Issue 2) 85
Simon Lovell Oily Snobs 4&4
- Phase One - Mix and Separate
- Phase Two - Try Harder, Tramps!!
- Phase Three - The Solo Tramps Goes For It!
Related to Simon Says! 98
Roger Klause Two Teasers - First Teaser fake multiple lift demo with apparently thick blockVariations Virtual Foolery 14
Jack Avis Hofzinser Ace Trick VariationsAlso published here Vis à Vis 75
David Acer Slow Motion Classic Pass wrist turn pass Natural Selections — Volume II 111
David Acer The Card Warp Get-Ready Natural Selections — Volume II 114
David Acer The Wave Change coin on finger-tips of palm-up hand, other hand waves over it for change, lappingVariations Natural Selections — Volume II 117
Guy Camirand, David Acer The Smile-and-Wave Change without lappingInspired by Natural Selections — Volume II 119
David Acer Endless Chain: The Finger Ring Subtlety with a ring on a loop of rope Natural Selections — Volume II 121
David Acer Ghost in the Machine inserting card into bill slit of vending machine to make it changeAlso published here Natural Selections — Volume II 123
David Acer A Day in The Life #4 - The Nooner Natural Selections — Volume II 125
David Acer Flipwich center card in sandwich changes visually, one-handed, bottom cards turned overRelated to Natural Selections — Volume II 127
David Acer Zenwich unknown card between two tabled Jokers, card signed and lost, sandwiched card is third Joker that then changes visibly into signed selection Natural Selections — Volume II 130
David Acer Color Scheme sandwiched card visibly changes back color, then back to normal, red/blue double backer and red/red double backer Natural Selections — Volume II 132
David Acer Printed Matter three chosen cards in row on table, blank-faced deck shown, three blank cards print into duplicates of selections, then whole deck prints into duplicates of thirds selection Natural Selections — Volume II 136
David Acer The Running Control Hindu shuffleAlso published here Natural Selections — Volume II 141
David Acer A Day in The Life #5 - The Battery Natural Selections — Volume II 153
David Acer Heavy Credit credit card placed on closed wallet, it vanishes and reappears inside wallet in its slot Natural Selections — Volume II 155
Jay Sankey, David Acer The Pagemaster spectator inserts paper slip into book, first word there is written on slip Natural Selections — Volume II 160
Jay Sankey, David Acer The Cardmaster miniature card chosen and inserted into book by spectator, on that page is written the name of the selection Natural Selections — Volume II 163
David Acer Quartermain three coins penetrate a deck one by one that sits on top of a glass Natural Selections — Volume II 164
David Acer A Day in The Life #6 - The Bullet Catch Natural Selections — Volume II 171
David Acer Essays chapter intro Natural Selections — Volume II 173
David Acer Someone's Coming Over and it's Not The Waiter approaching a table
- The Type of Approach
- The Verbal Approach
- The Visual Approach
- The Combined Approach
- When to Approach
- The Table-to-Table Technique
- Your Goals
Natural Selections — Volume II 174
David Acer Full Contact actual glasses fall out of eye instead of contact lense Natural Selections — Volume II 176
David Acer A Prop By Any Other Name... on using unusual props Natural Selections — Volume II 179
David Acer, Richard Sanders The Time Machine chop cup presentation Natural Selections — Volume II 180
David Acer The Chop Mug and Creamers coffee mug and creamers for chop cup routine, only the idea Natural Selections — Volume II 181
David Acer Getting Press - The Hook
- What to Send
- Where to Send it To
- The Follow-Up
- The Article
- The Interview
- Photos
- Anecdotes
- The Entertainment Round-Up
- And Finally, Momentum...
Natural Selections — Volume II 183
David Acer, Ken Schwabe, Michel Huot Nomen Omen: Three Approaches ideas for the marketed trick, names written on backs of every card, one card chosen from front and one from back, other side of each card predicted
- The "Collection" Approach (Ken Schwabe)
- Star Power
- Cardtune
Inspired by
  • "Nomen Omen" (David Acer, marketed 1990)
Natural Selections — Volume II 189
Tim Trono Spare Change Meets the Bent Penny idea for marketed routine
- Bending the Dime
Inspired by
  • "Spare Change" (David Acer, marketed 1988)
Natural Selections — Volume II 192
Joe Cole Pickpocket Plus idea for marketed routine, card to bill transformationInspired by
  • "Pickpocket" (David Acer, marketed packet trick)
Natural Selections — Volume II 192
David Acer Shot in the Dark (A Professional Presentation)
packet trick with guns on cards, russian roulette presentation, Mitsunobu Matsuyama's Petal Force
Inspired by
  • "Short in the Dark" (Hiroshi Kondo, marketed effect)
Natural Selections — Volume II 193
David Acer Acknowledgements Natural Selections — Volume II v
David Acer Time Flies coin shown in hand, coin pocketed and wrist watch waved over hand to turn back time, coin is back and watch disappears from hand and is back on wristAlso published here Natural Selections — Volume II 9
David Acer Mail Fraud blank post card signed, name of later selection appears on it Natural Selections — Volume II 14
David Acer Intangibill finger through billInspired by Natural Selections — Volume II 18
David Acer R.I.P. three quarters restored one by one, described with photographInspired byRelated to Natural Selections — Volume II 21
David Acer Madcap karate coin with bottle cap, with restoration, credit informationInspired byAlso published here Natural Selections — Volume II 30
David Acer A Day in The Life #1 - The Sanders Incident anecdote with Richard Sanders Natural Selections — Volume II 37
David Acer Double Vision selected card matches odd-backed prediction card, then both cards transform into another pair Natural Selections — Volume II 39
David Acer Symmetry wings of angels on back of Bicycle card are blackened with mirror held in center of card, on other side the blackening duplicatesInspired by
  • "Twilight Angels" (Paul Harris)
Natural Selections — Volume II 43
David Acer Twisting the Acers one by one, then all at once, extra card Natural Selections — Volume II 48
David Acer Diamonds Are Forever Seven of Diamonds initialed on face of rubber-banded deck (out to lunch), large diamond stone produced from it, changes into Six of Diamonds Natural Selections — Volume II 56
Jay Sankey, David Acer All But One deck cased, deck except selection penetrates tableVariations Natural Selections — Volume II 61
David Acer All But One Two deck cased, deck except selection penetrates tableInspired by Natural Selections — Volume II 63
Jay Sankey, David Acer The Montreal Transpo prediction written on envelope matches selection, selection put in envelope, transposes with another selection and writing on envelope "changes" to other selection as well (inversion/ambigram), duplicate Natural Selections — Volume II 65
David Acer This Side Up deck turns over in card case, with "This Side Up" label on case Natural Selections — Volume II 70
David Acer Hofsinzer's Delusion "Hofzinser's", selection between spectator's palms, Aces taken out, Ace of same suit turns over and changes into selection, Ace now between spectator's hands, duplicateInspired by Natural Selections — Volume II 76
David Acer Reverse Logic nine cards counted off, one card added, they are eight, then seven, ... a selection is also found at the end Natural Selections — Volume II 79
David Acer A Day in The Life #2 - Lovell, Sisti & Hurlbert Natural Selections — Volume II 85
Todd "L'il John" Watson Ripped Torn spectator apparently rips case by mistakeVariations Natural Selections — Volume II 87
David Acer Ripped Torn Healed delayed torn case restorationInspired by Natural Selections — Volume II 88
David Acer Movin' On Up card reversed but squared, gradual movement Natural Selections — Volume II 90
David Acer The Card Also Rises card rises from cased deck Natural Selections — Volume II 96
David Acer A Day in The Life #3 - Language Barrier Natural Selections — Volume II 101
David Acer Supernova balloon animal, big flash after apparently building up some static electricity, FISM Flash Natural Selections — Volume II 103
David Acer Lethal Force unusual riffle force handling, card starts reversed at second position Natural Selections — Volume II 105
David Acer Acereverse as top half of in-the-hands spread is replaced Natural Selections — Volume II 109
David Acer Foreword Son of Simon Says! x
David Acer Mousehunt Selected card transposes with another card sandwiched between the Kings that has holes in it (like Swiss Cheese)Inspired by
  • "Mouse Trap" (Aldo Colombini, What's Up Deck)
Also published here
Son of Simon Says! 89
Paul Curry The Relativity Lift two methods, with and without pencilRelated toVariationsAlso published here
  • "Genii", Vol. 46 No. 2. 1982
Paul Curry's Worlds Beyond 6
David Acer Foreword Seven By Michel Huot 2
Michel Huot D'Christmas Tree red light bulb, light plucked out (D'Light) and tossed backVariations Seven By Michel Huot 16
Michel Huot Signed Quarter in Balloon - Part I: The Penetration
- Part II: The De-Penetration
Variations Seven By Michel Huot 29
David Acer The Bump De-Penetration alternative phase for the coin in balloon using aerial shuttle passInspired by Seven By Michel Huot 35
David Acer Jim's Pick Card freely selected matches prediction on table Random Acts of Magic 166
Michel Huot, David Acer Photo Finish Photograph of magician holding a Joker becomes magician holding selected card Random Acts of Magic 172
David Acer Meta-Four Spectator locates four of a kind twice Random Acts of Magic 175
Simon Lovell, David Acer Twice Removed Two magicians get two spectators to select cards, they each find the wrong card, turns out that the cards have transposed.Variations Random Acts of Magic 180
Simon Lovell, David Acer The Painted Deck Using a card fan, face card is changed twice, then backs of the deck changes to blue from red Random Acts of Magic 184
David Acer Party of Six six people each choose a card and go on stage, stand in a row. Spectator in the audience (holding prediction) chooses one by spelling. Prediction matches the card held by person on stageAlso published here Random Acts of Magic 189
David Acer Coke Induced Coke bottle placed in paper bag, bottlecap changes into Coors, bottle then changes to Coors bottle Random Acts of Magic 201
David Acer Unflappable Torn and restored matchbook Random Acts of Magic 205
David Acer Foreword Seven By Patrik Kuffs 2
David Acer Make This Disappear "THIS" written on bill changes to "DISAPPEAR", then bill vanishes Random Acts of Magic 217
David Acer Upon Receipt Receipt for $3.34 folded, produces $1 coin from it, receipt now says $2.34 Random Acts of Magic 220
Patrik Kuffs, David Acer The Professional Touch Seven By Patrik Kuffs 30
David Acer New Millenium Tenkai Pennies Tenkai Pennies with signed coins - then signatures end up on same coinAlso published here Random Acts of Magic 227
David Acer Breakneck Neck cracking gag with candy in mouth Random Acts of Magic 239
Richard Sanders, David Acer Pocket Exchange Coin in hand visually transposes with coin in pocket Random Acts of Magic 241
David Acer Hot Pursuit Magician predicts the correct answer to a randomly chosen Trivial Pursuit question Random Acts of Magic 246
David Acer High Invisibility Ball vanishes and reappears held between two fingers visually Random Acts of Magic 251
David Acer Bespectacle Finger ring links onto spectacle frame of magician Random Acts of Magic 258
David Acer Seedling Drawing of flowerpot on business card begins to bloomRelated to Random Acts of Magic 261
Jay Sankey, David Acer Cap In Hand Sharpie cap vanishes, reappears on Sharpie Random Acts of Magic 264
David Acer Fresh Mint Piece of aluminium foil changed into silver coin, based on a Bob Bengal coin production Random Acts of Magic 269
David Acer Packs a Wallet! Rubberband wrapped around wallet vanishes, appears around a credit card inside the walletInspired by Random Acts of Magic 275
Jay Sankey, David Acer Under Foot expose the "brush coin under foot" gag, but reveal that the penny under the foot has become a quarterRelated to Random Acts of Magic 280
David Acer Get Bent As magician tries to bend spoon, tie becomes bent - then spoon suddenly bends Random Acts of Magic 285
Lewis Jones Recount card travels face-up into deckInspired by
  • David Acer and Jay Sankey's "Count on It" in "Crossroads" 2000.
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 5 145
Michel Huot, David Acer Take A Seat Spectator chooses a random seat number written on slips of paper in a clear plastic bag, person sitting in that seat has prediction under chair Random Acts of Magic 287
David Acer Mitosis two spectators each write down sic digit numbers, add them together, calls that number on a phone, turns out to be magician's cellphone numberAlso published here Random Acts of Magic 290
David Acer Introduction Talking about his Genii column Random Acts of Magic 296
David Acer Confessions of a Road Warrior #1: Bombing From Genii Random Acts of Magic 299
David Acer Confessions of a Road Warrior #2: The Suits Vs The Talent From Genii Random Acts of Magic 301
David Acer Confessions of a Road Warrior #3: Books Vs Videos From Genii Random Acts of Magic 303
David Acer Confessions of a Road Warrior #4: Oh Canada From Genii Random Acts of Magic 317
David Acer Confessions of a Road Warrior #5: The "Witness Approach" From Genii Random Acts of Magic 320
David Acer Confessions of a Road Warrior #6: Prop-aganda From Genii Random Acts of Magic 322
David Acer Confessions of a Road Warrior #7: Pet Peeves From Genii Random Acts of Magic 324
David Acer Confessions of a Road Warrior #8: The Dark Side From Genii (The true story behind the Whit Hadyn blind girl story) Random Acts of Magic 330
David Acer Confessions of a Road Warrior #9: A Piece of the Rock From Genii Random Acts of Magic 334
David Acer Confessions of a Road Warrior #10: The Fine Art of Bio Writing From Genii Random Acts of Magic 335
David Acer Confessions of a Road Warrior #11: The Julien Incident From Genii Random Acts of Magic 344
David Acer Confessions of a Road Warrior #12: Five Card Mental Farce From Genii Random Acts of Magic 345
David Acer Introduction To The Foreword By Barry Julien By David Acer Random Acts of Magic 9
David Acer Introduction Random Acts of Magic 13
David Acer Over Easy Small packet Triumph with nine cardsVariations Random Acts of Magic 17
David Acer Changes pips move around on Five & Two of Clubs to Four and Three of Clubs, then fuse to Seven of Clubs, then split back to Five and Two of ClubsInspired byAlso published here Random Acts of Magic 21
Max Maven Over Easier Small packet Triumph with nine cards - selection shown to have different colored backInspired by Random Acts of Magic 29
David Acer Lucky Day Spectator calls stop during Hindu shuffles, stops at four AcesInspired by Random Acts of Magic 32
David Acer Splittant Aces Magician visually splits a red Two and black Two into four Aces Random Acts of Magic 36
David Acer, Richard Sanders Splittant Random Acts of Magic 36
David Acer Splittant Jr. Split Six of Clubs into Four of Clubs and mini Two of Clubs Random Acts of Magic 39
David Acer Colour Inversion Inversion plot with color changing deck Random Acts of Magic 41
Jay Sankey, David Acer Uppity Deck on table covered by napkin, deck begins floating ala Zombie Ball, then deck vanishes, leaving only the selected card Random Acts of Magic 46
David Acer Separation Anxiety Magician/spectator each select a card from half the deck, the cards transpose. Random Acts of Magic 53
Jay Sankey, David Acer Count On It Card that magician picks from spectator's packet vanishes, travels to deck (Biddle Trick-like) Random Acts of Magic 57
David Acer Repeat Offender Selected card is found four times, and they all change to Aces Random Acts of Magic 61
David Acer Overtime Random Acts of Magic 68
Jay Sankey, David Acer Child's Play Spectator uses two crayons to select two cards - black crayon select black card, red crayon select red card. Names of cards are found printed on crayon sleeve Random Acts of Magic 71
Richard Sanders, David Acer Unlawful Entry Card penetrates a door Random Acts of Magic 76
David Acer Rub Down Card through table Random Acts of Magic 80
Joshua Jay Over Easy Scrambled Small packet Triumph, selection is odd-backed, then deck changes colorInspired by Random Acts of Magic 82
Jay Sankey, David Acer The Flipwiches of Eastwick Prediction card is sandwiched between the Queens, shown to be the mate of selection, then visually changes into signed selection itself Random Acts of Magic 88
David Acer Flipwich Sandwiched card visually transforms (First published in Sudden Impact lecture notes by David Acer) Random Acts of Magic 91
David Acer Assimilation Two cards placed in between Jokers visually fuse into selected cardInspired byRelated to Random Acts of Magic 95
David Acer Royal Flash Random poker hand changes into Royal Flush in SpadesRelated to Random Acts of Magic 100
Jay Sankey, David Acer Misguided Angels angel on the back of Bicycle card rotates 180 degreesVariations Random Acts of Magic 105
David Acer The Sliding Double Lift Related to Random Acts of Magic 113
David Acer Open Time Traveller Writing appears on the back of selected card "You Will Pick This Card" Random Acts of Magic 116
David Acer Mad Card Disease card torn into quarters, index corners transposes with non-index corners repeatedlyVariations Random Acts of Magic 120
David Acer Tangent Card rise out of deck perpendicularly Random Acts of Magic 130
David Acer New Millenium Ace Deuce Trey Inspired by Random Acts of Magic 134
Richard Sanders, David Acer Time Boards Triumph-shuffled deck rights itself except for three cards, which tell the time Random Acts of Magic 139
David Acer King's Ransom Coin produced from King of Diamonds, then vanished Random Acts of Magic 144
David Acer Deck Ping Chien Random Acts of Magic 146
David Acer MouseHunt selected card transposes with another card sandwiched between the Kings that has holes in it (like Swiss Cheese)Also published here Random Acts of Magic 150
David Acer Switchback Two decks, card selected in red deck transposes with blue card in blue deck. Then, both decks transpose. Random Acts of Magic 156
David Acer Foreword Seven By Rick Bronson 2
Rick Bronson, David Acer Big Time index of chosen card grows to jumbo index, all cards are suddenly jumbo index cards Seven By Rick Bronson 8
Rick Bronson, David Acer Missing Ink double blank cards print into business cardsAlso published here Seven By Rick Bronson 15
David Acer Foreplay Dominatricks 9
Tyler Wilson Slacker Spectator and magician both do a trick at the same time for two other spectators, but each performer finds selection of the other spectatorRelated to The Magician's Ltd Cookbook 106
David Acer The Immiscible Eight 4&4, three phases, only first phase is Acer's and is described hereRelated to The Magician's Ltd Cookbook 19
David Acer Foreword Cocktail Card Magic 3
Tyler Wilson, David Acer, Simon Lovell Slacker spectator and performer each have a card selected from half deck, they find the other's cardsInspired byRelated to Reinventing the Real 79
David Acer Author's Note More Power to You ix
David Acer Cellular Production cell phone produced from envelope that starts folded up in small packetVariationsAlso published here
  • Genii, Nov. 2006
More Power to You 3
Joey Vazquez, John Tudor Cellular Production Follow Up phone vanishes again in envelope which is then torn upInspired by More Power to You 7
David Acer Rink borrowed finger ring put in purse, folded-n arm of glasses inserted, ring suddenly on glassesAlso published here More Power to You 9
David Acer Transfusion Tenkai Pennies with signed coins - then signatures end up on same coinAlso published here More Power to You 15
David Acer Holiday Miracle tiny Christmas lightbulb flashes while child sings Christmas carol, then given outInspired byAlso published here
  • Genii, Dec. 2009
More Power to You 21
David Acer Cheap Labour selection and three more cards taken out, stickman drawn on back of one, it multiplies on back of all cards, then is only on back of selectionAlso published here More Power to You 25
David Acer Around the World in Eighty Dollars bill changes into two different currencies one after the other and backAlso published here More Power to You 29
David Acer Time Flies coin shown in hand, coin pocketed and wrist watch waved over hand to turn back time, coin is back and watch disappears from hand and is back on wristAlso published here More Power to You 35
David Acer Ghost in the Machine "Streeter #1"
inserting card into bill slit of vending machine to make it change
Also published here More Power to You 38
David Acer Overtime Inspired by More Power to You 39
David Acer Transposition Ring Flite borrowed finger ring put in coin purse, it changes into key, ring now on hook in key caseAlso published here More Power to You 43
David Acer Madcap "Streeter #2"
karate coin with bottle cap, with restoration, credit information
Also published here More Power to You 48
David Acer Mad Card Disease 2.0 card torn into quarters, index corners transposes with non-index corners repeatedly, then restoreInspired byRelated to
  • "Miracle Mates" (Bob Bell, marketed by Micky Hades, 1963)
More Power to You 49
David Acer Double-Sided Card Case to switch a torn card that is on it under a rubber band More Power to You 51
David Acer Nomen Omen names written on backs of every card, one card chosen from front and one from back, other side of each card predictedAlso published here
  • first marketed 1990 by Camirand Academy of Magic
More Power to You 59
David Acer Hyperventilate air in lungs transposes with air in balloon, proven with smoke that is suddenly in balloonAlso published here More Power to You 65
David Acer, Jay Sankey Misguided Angels 2.0 angel on the back of Bicycle card rotates 180 degreesInspired by More Power to You 69
David Acer Rematch match lighted, it changes back to unburnt, then vanishes and is back in matchbook, traveling back in time presentationAlso published here
  • Genii, May 2006
More Power to You 75
David Acer Swiss Pack many holes appear in chosen card, then the deck has a big hole through itAlso published here More Power to You 79
David Acer, Bedros "Spidey" Akkelian Squancho 2.0 stickman drawn on top card, wrong card found by this card, card turned face-up and it now is selection itself, stickman changes into disfigured stickman after clapping the cardAlso published here
  • Genii, May 2010
More Power to You 87
David Acer Dry Spell "Streeter #3"
deck thrown in clothes dryer, card comes out of lint trap
Also published here
  • Genii, Sep. 2003
More Power to You 92
David Acer Money Flies rope taken out of small purse, four coins produced from rope, then each coin travels into glass, last changes into many smaller coins
Part 1: Cord Coin Holder
Part 2: Flight of the First Coin
Part 3: Flight of the Second Coin
Part 4: Flight of the Third Coin
Part 5: Hands-Free Coin-to-Glass (Richard Sanders)
Part 6: Through the Hand
Part 7: From Pocket to Glass
Part 8: Through the Glass
Part 9: From Another Pocket to Glass
Part 10: The Big Finish
Also published here More Power to You 93
David Acer Initially Yours spectator's initials on one card, another card chosen and tabled, initials jump to another card twice, finally onto tabled cardAlso published here More Power to You 107
David Acer Creating the Duplicate getting duplicate of initialed card by writing twice More Power to You 108
David Acer, Richard Sanders The Body Swap two persons hold up a big sheet of cloth and things travel from one face to the other, eventually the persons transposeAlso published here More Power to You 115
David Acer The President's Message bill rubber banded to card case is shown and initial, name of selection appears written on itAlso published here More Power to You 119
David Acer Coffee Break exploiting Jastrow/"boomerang" optical illusion with cardboard sleeves of coffee paper cups
- Identity Theft (two cardboard sleeves with names on them transpose)
- Sizeable (cardboard sleeve grows)
Inspired by
  • "Caffeine Overdose" (David Acer, Genii, Oct. 2005)
More Power to You 125
David Acer Changes pips move around on Five & Two of Clubs to Four and Three of Clubs, then fuse to Seven of Clubs, then split back to Five and Two of ClubsAlso published here More Power to You 129
David Acer Money for Nothing photo of performer holding a dollar bill is shown, $20 bill changes into a $1 bill, bill on photograph has changed into $20Also published here More Power to You 137
David Acer Lickety Flip Ace split in two, suddenly all four Aces are producedAlso published here More Power to You 141
David Acer The Trinary Cut Also published here More Power to You 141
David Acer Mitosis two spectators each write down sic digit numbers, add them together, calls that number on a phone, turns out to be magician's cellphone numberAlso published here More Power to You 149
David Acer Party of Six six people each choose a card and go on stage, stand in a row. Spectator in the audience (holding prediction) chooses one by spelling. Prediction matches the card held by person on stageAlso published here More Power to You 153
David Acer Wormhole hole punched in card is slid off and put onto paper coffee cup, coffee is poured out of it More Power to You 163
David Acer iAces photo of Aces shown on smartphone, one of those Aces turns over and its suit matches selection between spectator's hands, card on photo turns over again and is now selection and spectator has Ace between handsInspired by
  • "Snapped" (Cameron Francis)
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David Acer Gift of the Magi business card with Christmas tree on back shown, presents appear on it, one is taken out of the picture and a child finds a coin in it More Power to You 171
David Acer Publishing History of the previously published tricks in this book More Power to You 179