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Edward Marlo Double Vanish and Recovery two cards vanish from face of two halves when rubbed together, reappear in deckRelated toVariations Deck Deception 8
Tom Sellers The Change-Over Aces two cards, each sandwiched, they transpose, glideRelated toVariations Magical Mixture 18
Stewart James James's Miracle No. 72, two numbers from one to ten, chosen values lie at reversed chosen numbersRelated toVariations Scarne on Card Tricks 132
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Delight with extra cards, false switches and the delight switchRelated toVariationsAlso published here The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 220) 878
Edward Marlo Simple Shift Related toVariations The Cardician 58
Al Leech Ace Sandwich sandwiched card transposes with another card, happens in deckRelated toVariations Card Man Stuff 6
Dr. Jacob Daley Rouge et Noir five red cards and five black cards are shuffled, spectator separates the cards by colorVariations The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 287) 1146
Bruce Elliott The Elliott Control card from middle controlled to the bottom, buckleVariationsAlso published here The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 336) 154
Nate Leipzig, Bert Allerton Screened Leipzig Pass from the middle to second position, briefVariations The Close-Up Magician 25
Edward Marlo Magical Seven selection reversed in face-up portion travels down into lower face-down portion into seventh position, five phases/methodsRelated toVariations The Magic Seven 2
James Steranko Bottom Reverse bottom cardRelated to Steranko on Cards 42
Larry Jennings Larreverse Variations Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 59
Bob Haskell, Edward Marlo Reverse Double Undercut Variations Expert Card Conjuring 5
Larry Jennings Jennings' Visitor Variations Expert Card Mysteries 53
Roy Walton The Overworked Card Triumph type of effect, one card travels from bottom to top and turns every reversed card overRelated toVariations The Devil's Playthings 33
James G. Thompson Jr. Joint Signature "based on a card problem entitled Two-Card Quadrille", card signed on back by spectator as prediction, turns out to be later selection which is signed on the faceVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 12) 365
Karl Fulves Oracle packet cut off and reduced to one card via reverse faros, this card predictedRelated toVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6, No. 1) 374
Peter Kane Signature Transposition two cards signed on back by two people, signatures transposeVariations Card Cavalcade 5
Karl Fulves Riffle Shuffle Control selection made in incomplete riffle shuffle condition, controlled to twenty-six or known positionRelated toVariations Epilogue (Issue 16) 148
Roy Walton Ambitious 1-2-3-4 ambitious sequence with Ace through Four, one of them changes to selection, see p. 608 for comment by Walton, see p. 640 for get-into by Robin RobertsonInspired byRelated toAlso published here The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7, No. 11) 559
Robin Robertson Etcetera The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8, No. 9) 640
Robin Robertson, Kenn Eastin, Michael Lewis, Dan Mayer, Arthur Karas, Forrest Norman Etcetera The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9, No. 7) 738
Paul Curry The Red And The Black spectator arrange the deck, cards are in red/black pairs except the aces.Related toVariations Paul Curry Presents 53
Roy Walton A Straight Shuffle spectator can shuffle, you get a straightVariations Pabular (Vol. 3, No. 7&8) 392
Karl Fulves L.S. Gee Related to 51 Faces North 3
Robin Robertson Robin's Riffle two cards chosen from incomplete Riffle Shuffle position with smaller packets, in the end cards dealt from two piles and selections turn up at same positionVariations Riffle Shuffle Control 22
Robin Robertson Picture Perfect picture cards with different symbols, special stack (a-z), prediction and divination The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 228) 1139
Stephen Minch Force Feed biddle count, spectator says stopRelated toVariations Best of Friends 528
Philip T. Goldstein The Jorback Count concealing one face and two backs, back count meets JordanRelated to Spell-Binder (Vol. 2, No. Special #2 (Xmas)) 46
Richard Vollmer, Christian Scherer Mystery of the 7 Suspects sandwich cards surround seven cards, down-under-deal to arrive at card, its value is counted down in rest of deck to find selection, faroVariations The Mendoza Portfolio No. 1 127
Shigeo Futagawa Stunumbers No. 17, some small numbers added, total predicted, using number cards, for credit information see "Future Choice" referenceRelated toVariations Self-Working Number Magic 27
Stuart P. Cramer, Jonathan Hatfield, William Acosta Ayala, Robin Robertson Letters Interlocutor (Issue 49) 224
Alex Elmsley A Minor Triumph with ten cardsRelated to The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 1 256
Alex Elmsley Infinity: Round Trip card vanishes from face of packet and reappears reversed in deckVariations The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 1 269
Michael DeMarco Mate Separate spectator cuts off packet, performer shuffles the same number of cards between two matesVariations Latter Day Secrets (Issue 5) 132
Stewart James 51 Faces North - The History
- The Discovery
- The Secret
- Conclusion
Related toVariations Penumbra (Issue 1) 2
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Elmsley Count Variant concealing two backs as well as one faceRelated to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 79
Brother John Hamman, Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Gemini Count - Fair Turn-Over of Bottom Card
- Double Turn-Over of Bottom Card
- Double Turn-Over of Top Two Cards
- Double Turn-Over of Two Middle Cards
- Full Gemini Count
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 83
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Blabbermouths two cards chosen, two red Queens whisper their identities, they are also red Queens, then all shown as black Queens Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 85
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Kings High red Kings rise through black Kings, then black Kings through deck Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 86
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Gilbreath Principle explanation and information Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 89
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Hustler cards mixed face-up/face-down, pairs brought forward from behind back, wager whether orientation of the pairs match, Aces finale, faroInspired by
  • face-up/face-down idea in Nick Trost's "Card Problems" (1964)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 90
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Dire Straights Ace through Ten received after a riffle shuffle by spectatorInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 92
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Paranormalist spectator riffle shuffles once and turns up pairs without the performer seeing them, when a color-matching pair is found the performer names the higher valueInspired byRelated to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 95
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Power of Love Inspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 97
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Hours of Magic Inspired by
  • "Repeat Six Card Test" (ESP Session, Nick Trost, 1971)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 98
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson GB Center Countdown card found face-up when counting down value of another card Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 101
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Highly Visible Kings chosen card pops out of deck, other three mates are suddenly reversed Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 102
Robin Robertson Highly Visible similar to Hartman's PopoverRelated to
  • Neal Elias item in Ibidem No. 26, 1962
Also published here
  • "Handle With Care" (1964)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 103
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Sequencer spectator produces Ace through Four of Spades, used to count down to selection Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 104
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Signature Peace card signed on back by spectator as prediction, turns out to be later selection which is signed on the faceInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 105
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Hummer Principle (CATO) explanation and credit information Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 108
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Thought Process selection ends up reversed in packetVariations Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 109
Roy Walton CATO By Numbers simplifiedInspired byVariations Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 110
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson CATO Gets Married Kings and Queens, in the end a matching pair ends up reversedInspired byVariations Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 111
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Cato Gets Married - Again Inspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 112
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Hummer Plays Poker packet mixed via CATO, Royal Flush shows up at the endVariations Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 113
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Remote Control Poker Royal Flush shows up at the endInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 114
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Spread Half-Pass revolving opposite to Roy Walton's methodRelated to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 118
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Preface Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 vi
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Final Control Set-Up getting into interlock configurationRelated to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 3
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Christ/Annemann Alignment Set-Up getting into interlock configuration Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 4
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Christ/Annemann Alignment Force & Set-Up Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 4
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Topmost using Jog Switch to get in interlock configuration, with short ambitious phase
- Variant Techniques
- Hidden Card Jog Switch
- Face-Down Jog Switch
Related to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 5
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Blackjack Aces black Jacks change to Aces, other two Aces also show up Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 7
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Between 2 Worlds two cards chosen from two decks transpose Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 8
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Jog Switch JS
card downjogged during in-the-hands spread and packet with downjogged card as bottom card tabled, card secretly added underneath
- Variations
Related to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 10
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Producers pairs of cards pushed through deck and a composite (suit-value) card emergesInspired by
  • "Autoplunger 5" (Gavin Ross, Auto-Plunger, 1994)
Variations
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 12
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson JS Ace Production Inspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 13
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Rags to Riches Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 14
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Compression Agents two cards compressed into one composite (suit of one, value of other) card in sandwich, repeatInspired by
  • "Pair Dance" (Roy Walton, Connoisseur Conjuring website, 27th July 2000)
  • "Co-Sign" (Duffie/Robertson, Abracadabra)
Variations
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 18
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Compression Agents Revisited four Twos compressed into two Fours, then one Eight, then into nothing, in sandwichInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 20
Dr. Jacob Daley, Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Daley's Delight Switch corrected handlingAlso published here Off The Books (Issue 8) 135
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Bold Empty Kosky Switch Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 22
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Fan Dancing Queens half the deck fanned over other half, Queens appear face-up on top with three selections between them Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 23
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Infallible Foolable Kings after an apparent mistake, the two black Kings find two selections Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 25
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Self-Correcting Sandwich wrong card between two black Jacks becomes right card after a push-through the deck (Auto-Plunger) Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 27
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Self-Correcting Jackpot Sandwich wrong card between two black Jacks, then two red Jacks between them which then find the selectionRelated to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 28
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Self-Correcting Jackpot Sandwich-2 Related to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 28
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Self-Correcting Jackpot Sandwich-3 Related to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 29
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Tiered Display for Self-Correcting Sandwich Related to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 30
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Non-Self-Correcting Sandwich Kosky Switch variation with cutting of deck Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 31
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Leipzig Self-Correcting Sandwich Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 32
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Miscellaneous Tricks without Set-Ups chapter intro Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 34
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Bottom-Biddle "Following Orders" Ace through Five of Hearts and SpadesInspired by
  • "Following Orders" (Karl Fulves, Discoverie #1)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 34
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Change-Over Queens sandwiched cards transposeInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 35
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Clockwise Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 37
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Con-Found Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 38
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Piston top card shown and slid under top card
- Ambitious Card Variation
Inspired by
  • "The Windmill Move" (Lennart Green)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 40
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Shiftless Royalty ten cards taken from deck and every second card turned over, suddenly only selection is reversedRelated to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 42
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Simple Shift Variation here with small packetInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 43
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Impaired Royalty another method, small packet triumphRelated to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 44
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Impaired Count face-up/face-down group is shown and separated secretly, Biddle with right hand turning over multiple times Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 45
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Ringmaster Ace to Three are move around, then they change around to original order againInspired by
  • "Triple Change" (Robin Robertson's website)
Related to
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 45
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Return to Sender different method for RingmasterRelated to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 48
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Traveling Queen four red red-backed spot cards, four black blue-backed cards and Queen of Spades, transposition Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 50
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Vollmer Variant seven cards end up in sandwich, those lead to selection eventuallyInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 52
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Ambitious and Overworked Inspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 55
Robin Robertson Lift Shuffle Control Also published here
  • "Shuffle Control" (Robin Robertson, Handle with Care, 1964)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 55
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Miscellaneous Trick - Set-Ups chapter intro Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 60
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Flexible Choice number chosen with four back-to-back pairs, using George Sands's "One to Eight" principle Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 60
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Harvey's Harvest four cards removed, none is the selection, they change into four-of-a-kind of selectionInspired by
  • "Hofzinser for a Change" (Steve Hamilton, Shades of Close-up, lecture notes)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 61
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Domino Effect domino chain made with cards, end and beginning predictedVariations Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 64
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Gilbreath Plays Dominoes after a riffle shuffle domino chain made with cards, end and beginning predictedInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 66
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson A Slight Slant on Slaight two dice, chosen values lie at reversed chosen numbersInspired by
  • "Nice Dice" (Allan Slaight, Precursor #72, 1999)
Related toVariations
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 66
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Another Slant on Slaight two dice, chosen values lie at reversed chosen numbersInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 68
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Accidental Diary sixteen-card Unicycle Stack, using George Sands's "One to Eight" principle Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 70
George Sands Prime Number Principle p cards, any number smaller than p counted to and card turned over, repeated from there until one card remains not turned over, it's forced
- Why it Works
Related to
  • Card Concepts (Arthur MacTier)
Variations
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 73
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Co-Prime Number Principle extension of prime number principleInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 73
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Last Card Standing thirteen-card packet, packet cut off, that number used to count through other packet a few times and turn over all cards except one which is selection, co-prime number principle Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 74
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Last Card Standing Predictor thirteen cards, packet cut off, a number shows up that matches the number of cut-off cards, co-prime number principle Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 74
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Gold Star small packet, cards eliminated, last one has gold star stuck to it, co-prime number principle Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 75
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson X Marks the Spot small packet, cards eliminated, last one has an X drawn on it, co-prime number principle Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 75
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Back to Sands packet cut off, all cards except one eliminated, last one is selection, (co-)prime number principle Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 75
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Phake Dyce Trique two sets of Ace through Six given to two spectators, both end up with three cards, combined one of each value is present, prime number principle Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 77
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Principle of Nine adding digits and subtracting from original number always is a multiple of nine
- The basic estimation principle
- The Count-Back Force
- The Less-counting principle
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 79
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Fate, Chance and Science using count-back force and anti-faro elimination processInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 80
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Witch Watch card located by spelling a Queen, count-back force as placementInspired by
  • "The Magic Queen of Diamonds" (Roy Walton, MAGIC, April 1992)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 82
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Teenwork prediction and location, principle of nine Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 83
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson For Christ's Sake! double location with Riffle Shuffle Control and Christ's Sum and Difference principle Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 86
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Murder Mystery! clock layout, murder presentationInspired by
  • "Time and Again" (Robin Robertson, Card Modes, 1983)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 88
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Mode 2 Order 2 using spelling and Riffle Shuffle Control with the Diamond suitInspired by
  • "Mode to Order" (Duffie/Robertson, Linking Ring, July, 2000)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 90
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Pokerevelation card chosen, spectator deals five four-card hands, selection found and hands shown to be quartets from Tens to Aces Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 92
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Synchronicity two cards chosen from incomplete Riffle Shuffle position with smaller packets, in the end cards dealt from two piles and selections turn up at same positionInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 93
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson RSC Multiple Shift Riffle Shuffle Control as multiple shift replacement
- Variations
Inspired byVariations Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 95
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson RSC-MS Casual Cull Inspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 97
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson RSC-MS Reversal Inspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 98
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Double Reversal using RSC-MS Reversal Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 99
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Four Wrongs Make a Right four wrong cards come together to sandwich selection Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 100
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Odd Men Out two cards chosen, they turn to be odd-backed cards in color-separated deck Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 101
Robin Robertson Robverse as reversed card is rightened in in-the-hands spread
- Multiple RV
- Straddle RV
Inspired byAlso published here
  • Card Modes, 1983
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 103
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson A Card Between Aces four Aces turn over, they're turned back, selection turns over and is between Aces Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 105
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Contrary Toss-In invisible card tossed into deck by spectator, a card appears sticking out between two selections Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 106
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Data Collectors one selection lost, Aces collect three cards, one with value, suit and selection itself Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 107
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Double Oreo Collectors two selection appear between Aces on top of deck Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 109
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Street-Wise Collectors weird effect combination Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 110
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Focalized Aces red and black Aces in packet transpose and turn over, three phasesInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 111
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Psychicardtric two spectators stop at wrong cards, their selections then appear face up Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 115
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson RV Visitor Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 116
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Intruder indifferent card placed between Ace through Ten of a suit, after some counting it is found in the packet Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 117
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Turning Tricks two halves placed face-to-face after remembering the facing cards, they vanish, one reversed in deck and other one spelled toInspired byRelated to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 119
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Twisting the Connected Kings Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 121
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Spread Double Lift in-the-hands spread, some credit information Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 123
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Jumping Jack Flash chosen card jumps to another pile at chosen positionVariations Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 124
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Jumping Jack Flash Returns Inspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 125
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Preface Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 v
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Pathfinders three cards chosen and lost (similar to Free Cut Principle procedure without using it), they come back to the top of three piles, then they all come to top of deck
- Phase 1: Identifying the Pathfinders
- Phase 2: The Pathfinders Form a Team
- Final Phase: Send Out the Search Party
Related to
  • "Spectator Cuts to the Aces" (Frank Garcia lecture notes)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 126
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Biddle Force BF
cards counted one by one from end grip into right hand and each card turned over until stopped, next card face-down and then face-up again, forced or switched
Related toVariations Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 1
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Spread Half-Pass revolving opposite to Roy Walton's methodRelated to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 131
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Multiple Card BF Inspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 2
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Back-Flip Half-Pass opposite direction than usualRelated to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 132
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson BF Twins two cards stopped at by spectator, they match Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 2
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Dribble Half-Pass Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 133
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson BF Double Location two spectators stop at previously selected cards in two halves Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 3
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Double Reversal one at a time two selections reverse Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 134
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson BF Double Twins two cards stopped at, they are next to their mates Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 3
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Well, Look at That! invisible card becomes visible and is first spectator's selection, it is completed to a Royal Flush Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 134
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson 26 Faces North known black card put in red half, spectator stops somewhere in red half (Biddle Force), at the odd-backed cardInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 3
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Stripout Reverse Switch Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 137
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Double Knavery reds and blacks separated, spectator stops at two cards in one half, they are odd-colored mates, other two matching values are in the other half Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 4
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Flip-Over Flush four Aces show up reversed one by one and locate four Royal Flush cards Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 138
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson 25 Faces North + 1 South a red and a black card chosen, reds and black separated, two cards stopped at in both halves, they're the selection but in odd-colored half
- Simplified Version
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 6
Edward Marlo, Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Reverse Double Undercut as Production Inspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 138
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Concealed Allerton Control CAC
card controlled to near top while apparently turned over in middle of deck
Inspired byAlso published here Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 8
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Flip-Over Couples Kings show up reversed one by one during cutting, and locate Queens Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 139
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson CAC Visitor Inspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 10
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Near Miss four cards touched in a spread, they are three Kings and a Five which is used to count to last King Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 140
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Only Joking black Jacks sandwich selection, then change into Jokers Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 12
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson From Rags to Royalty five indifferent cards change into a Royal Flush, no set-up Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 141
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Anti-Matter two cards chosen from two halves come together, open push-through, reds and blacks separate Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 13
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Guys in Disguise four indifferent cards change into four Kings
- Alternative No-Pass Handling for Ending
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 142
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Anti-Matter Revisited two cards transpose in push-through failure, colors separate Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 14
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Ahoy Matey! three mate pairs found by spectator Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 144
Robin Robertson Final Control buckled under top halfInspired byRelated toAlso published here Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 15
Robin Robertson, Stewart James Cut Force CF
face-up deck cut and cut-off packet placed face-down on table, rest on top, inverted Henry Christ Force, credit information
- The Force
- Delayed Action
Also published here
  • "Handle with Care" (Robin Robertson, 1964)
  • letter from 1957 published in "The James File, Vol. 1" (2000, see trick "Jogestja")
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 17
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson I'm So Confused three-way transposition between red Aces, black Aces and two selections Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 147
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Diminishing Matches two cards cut to, they're mates Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 18
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Mathemagicians small number of cards cut off, same value is supposed to be produced but it is one off and changes into right number, prediction says "off by one" Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 149
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Beastly Assembly Kings assemble, three Sixes found where other three Kings should beInspired by
  • Jackie McClements routine from "The Crimp"
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 20
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Collective Unconscious using three-card catch Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 150
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Express Aces Ace production one by one, using three-card catch Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 152
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Faith Counter wrong card cut to, its value counted down to find selection which is reversedInspired by
  • "The Fair Count" (Paul Rosini's Magical Gems)
Related to
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 21
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Concealed Allerton Control card controlled to near top while apparently turned over in middle of deckAlso published here Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 154
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson 51 Faces North Inspired by
  • "A Face in the Dark" (George McBride, Abacus, Dec. 2000)
Related to
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 23
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson End-Over-End DDT Also published here Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 155
Dr. Jacob Daley, Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Daley's Delight Switch corrected handlingRelated toAlso published here Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 25
Robin Robertson Final Control buckled under top half, see Vol. 1 for credit informationAlso published here Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 156
Max Maven Notes & Corrections Related to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 158
Max Maven Just a Little Off the Top, Please - Bonus Effect with location of second selectionInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 158
Reinhard Müller Blackjack & Black Jacks correction of last phaseInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 159
Aldo Colombini Little Arrows with No Arrows five envelopes, all chosen except one, all lose except last one, George Sands's Prime Number PrincipleInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 160
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Index thorough index for both volumes Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 161
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Hotel Daley three Kings and two Queens transpose, credit information on the plot Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 26
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Shifty King two spectators sign the backs of two cards, the signatures transpose, without deckInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 28
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson, Marty Kane Repelling and Attracting transposition sequence with Queens and two Aces
- Phase 1a: The Kosky Switch
- Phase 1b: Pure Gall
- Phase 1c: Daley's Delight
- Phase 2: Marty Kane's Version
- Phase 3: Queens Gather Aces
Inspired by
  • "Ms. Matches" (Marty Kane)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 29
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Double Rouge et Noir with two spectatorsInspired by Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 33
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Daley's Do-As-I-Do four phases Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 34
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Bad Guys Wear Black two Kings transpose with an Eight and Seven Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 39
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Just a Little Off the Top, Please elevator with progressively fewer cards, final card changes into selectionRelated toVariations Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 40
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Repligator Universal Card plot, odd-backed blank card changes into three selections one by one, then into signed selection Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 43
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Black Jacks and "Black Jack" red and black Jacks, starts like a transposition but spectator ends up with blackjack (Jack and Ace)
- Alternative Handling with six cards, instead of five
Related toVariations Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 45
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
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Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Double Deal Turn-Over - Straddle Grip DDT
- End-Over-End DDT
Related toAlso published here Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 56
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson S.O.P. "Slightly Open Prediction", with variation Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 59
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Blackjack Transpo top and bottom card of four-card packet transpose, one of center two changes to form another blackjackRelated to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 60
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Coincidence - With a Twist card chosen from red-backed deck, same card is reversed in blue-backed deck, they transposeRelated to Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 62
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Fake and Unusual Cards chapter intro Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 64
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Frazzle! red and black Kings transpose, two of the cards change completely Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 64
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson R.I.P. packet trick with ghosts and skeletons on the cardsInspired by
  • "Tabula Rasa" (Phil Goldstein, Linking Ring, April 1992)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 67
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Magic Cards all backs, letter cards that spell MAGIC produced, deck changes into an ABC deck Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 69
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson I'm Thinking of a Card spectator finds the cards that performer is thinking of, a King, all other cards are blank
- Impromptu Version
Related to
  • "GB Kings" (Abra #2869)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 70
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Future Choice five envelope with numbers on either side, added in some way by spectator, total predicted, repeat, see Vol. 2 reference for credit informationInspired by
  • "One to Eight" (George Sands, Bill Simon's Mathematical Magic, 1964)
Related to
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 73
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Whitewash ESP deck, card chosen by adding some numbers on number cards, predicted, all others blankInspired by
  • "One to Eight" (George Sands, Bill Simon's Mathematical Magic, 1964)
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 75
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Little Arrows seven cards, all chosen except one, all lose except last one, George Sands's Prime Number PrincipleVariations Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 77
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Trick That Never Was some transformations of both sides Card Conspiracy — Vol. 1 79
Robin Robertson Remarcoble - Phase I: A Puzzling Match
- Phase II: Matched Again
- Phase III: Gemini Twins
- Phase IV: Pairs, Pairs Wherever You Like
Inspired by Latter Day Secrets (Issue 9) 352
John Bannon Perfect Strangers CATO, Koenig's Tapestry, prediction combo with rainbow packetVariations Dear Mr. Fantasy 155
Robin Robertson 8 Kings Combo random looking stack making use of Combo system, starting with cyclical stack Combo II 62
Robin Robertson Using the Stack red-black separation with stack Combo II 63
Jack Avis A Few Steps Further On two cards chosen from incomplete Riffle Shuffle position, Fulves's Riffle Shuffle ControlInspired by Rara Avis 56
Robin Robertson, Peter Duffie R & D's Count Spell Extra composite card, count-spelling to any card composed by suit and value separately chosen Prolix (Issue 2) 101
Robin Robertson That Darn Four of Clubs! Ace spelling effect with kickerVariations Best of Friends - Volume III 179
Robin Robertson, Steve Dusheck On Your Mark cards openly marked on back, deck is used for mindreading and transposition Best of Friends - Volume III 182
Robin Robertson Jumping (Black) Jacks jacks jump from bottom to top in two piles, other jacks and aces appear Best of Friends - Volume III 186
Robin Robertson Double-Duty Balducci cut-deeper-force variation (vertical display), can be used as force and control Best of Friends - Volume III 228
Jerry K. Hartman Deeper Dupers applications as a force/switchInspired by Best of Friends - Volume III 230
Robin Robertson A Revolutionary Cut Also published here
  • Hade-E-Gram Magizette, June 1964
The Anthology of One Handed Card Cuts and Flourishes 30
Harry Lorayne Robin Robertson mini bio Best of Friends - Volume III 178
Karl Fulves Numismatica "they've got your number"
after some calculation, one of five force numbers is the outcome
Variations Xtra Credit (Issue 2) 6
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Block Mexican Turnover in-the-hands handling, side-jogged card used to flip over a block of cards on the deckAlso published here
  • Diamonds From Coal, 2004
Prolix (Issue 6) 383
Robin Robertson, Peter Duffie Magnetic Kings four Kings, spectator takes one and stabs it next to an Ace in the deck, other Kings change into other Aces Prolix (Issue 6) 386
Karl Fulves Near-Perfect Poker spectator takes a card, it is the one that completes a Royal FlushVariations Prolix (Issue 6) 386
Robin Robertson, Peter Duffie His/Her Poker spectator takes a card, it is the one that completes a Royal Flush, man-woman presentationInspired by Prolix (Issue 6) 387
Jerry K. Hartman, Robin Robertson Matching Match Ace through Five of Hearts in random order by spectator placed in row, five-card packets below each gathered and dealt out, a Spade card of same value as the Heart card is at that position in the corresponding handInspired by Prolix (Issue 8) 497
Robin Robertson Robin Robertson's Memorized Deck intro with simplified version
- Junior Memory
Prolix (Issue 8) 551
Robin Robertson Monterey Memory memorized deck system
- The Pairs
- The Suits
- The Full Deck Stack
- To know a card at a given number
- To know the number of a given card
- To know a card chosen
- Notes on development of this stack
Inspired by
  • "Quickstack" (Doug Dyment, Mindsights)
Prolix (Issue 8) 553
Robin Robertson As a memory demonstration Prolix (Issue 8) 555
Stephen Jones, Jerry K. Hartman, Robin Robertson Dubai Roulette card(s) pushed face-up in center and deck that is openly red-black alternating, dealt in pairs, pair with face-up card matches or not, five phasesVariations Prolix (Issue 7) 425
Jerry K. Hartman Ladies First two Kings and Queens pushed face-up in center and deck dealt in pairs, pair with face-up card matches color or notInspired by Prolix (Issue 7) 427
Robin Robertson Numismatrick calculation trick using the Ace through Nine of a suitInspired by Xtra Credit (Issue 5) 23
Roy Walton Poker Puzzle Ace to Five of Hearts and Spades on table in two rows, arranged by spectator, four cards on each card, hands gathered and dealt, some matching with other row occursVariations Prolix (Issue 7) 429
Robin Robertson Count 5 Returns dated 1999 Prolix (Issue 7) 468
Robin Robertson Imperfect Strangers "Strange Interlude"
three prediction cards in envelope don't match selection, but the backs do which are suddenly rainbow backs
Inspired by Prolix (Issue 9) 573
Robin Robertson Spread Double-Deal Turnover Prolix (Issue 9) 574
Harry Lorayne That Darn Four Of Clubs Royal Flush spelling effect with kickerInspired by JawDroppers! Two 124
Asi Wind Echo two decks, card chosen and reversed, same card turns over in other deck, they transposeRelated to Repertoire 149