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Unknown The Piano Trick Related to The Art of Magic 47
Stewart James Miraskill Related toVariations The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 24) 147
Dai Vernon The Royal Marriages Variations Select Secrets 11
Paul Curry The Case of the Missing Hat cards with magicians and with hats, story trickRelated toVariations Magician's Magic 248
Martin Gardner Paradox Papers paper with numbers in a 4x4 grid is folded into small square, edges cut off, then all even numbers are one way and the odds another, application with cards, Steve Shimm suggestion, tapestry handling, see also p. 521 for Gene Nielson handling, H. E. DudeneyInspired by
  • Henry Dudeny puzzle from "Modern Puzzles" (1926)
Related toVariationsAlso published here
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6 No. 9) 429
John Murray Four-Way Coincidence impromptuRelated toVariationsAlso published here Card Cavalcade 3 36
Unknown Any Deck, Any Time No. 7, spectator remembers a card and shuffles deck face-up/face-down, performer locates selectionRelated to Self-Working Card Tricks 12
Larry Jennings Prefiguration impromptuRelated to The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings 156
Simon Aronson Simon-Eyes two cards thought of with counting procedure, both cards divined with "No No's Fishing"
- Reality
- The Problem
- No No's Fishing
- The Simon-Eyes Arrangement
- The Selection Procedure
- Fishing in the Simon-Eyes Pack
- Fishing for the Values
- Fishing for the Suits
- The Faro Restacking Simon-Eyes Pack
Related toVariations The Aronson Approach 123
Alex Elmsley The Red and the Blue two decks change place except for two selections in themVariationsAlso published here The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 2 131
Marty Kane Cigar Club eight picture cards and eight number card are shuffled and cut in half, always one picture and one number card, then spectator removes some cards and does a down under deal with the rest, last card tells amount of removed cardsInspired by The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 70) 1451
Juan Gallego Luque, Miguel Ángel Gea Y Más Nombres on Joaquin Navajas, Alberto Cuartero, Manuel Cuesta, Luis Boyano, Juan Escolano, Luis Arza, Juan José Hidalgo, Paco Rodas, Faustino Palmero, Manolo Tena, Justo Alvarez Ascaso, Anthony Blake, Ignacio Grassa, May Roger, Juan Gurrea, Rafael Benatar, Donald Lehn, Ramón Riobóo, Armando Gómez, José de la Torre, Juan Mayoral, Paco Herrero, Sebastián Pons, Jorge Haddad, Alberto Reyes, Charly Miret, Carlos Vaquera La Magia Española del Siglo XX 97
John Bannon The Works explanation of CATO principle and the Koenig's Tapestry fold (Dudeney Folding)
- First Principles
- Isolating Target Cards
- Rlues Of Engagement
- The Folding Phase
Related to Dear Mr. Fantasy 159
Doug Canning Excalibur thought of card, spectator has to do some spelling and performer can divine card over phoneRelated to
  • Ramón Riobóo's "The Mystery of the Kabbala" in Rafael Benatar's "Sleight of Phone"
  • "Montgomery's Ward" in "The James File" p. 1190.
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 5 34
Ramón Riobóo Ramón Riobóo chapter intro Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 5 199
Ramón Riobóo In the Bluff clever card force, number is counted in the deck to select card, revealed by asking question to other spectator Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 5 201
Ramón Riobóo In the Long Run cards shuffled face up and face-downRelated to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 5 202
Ramón Riobóo Cops and Robbers two phase routine, six red cards and six black cards, after cuts and shuffles always red/black pairsRelated to
  • Ramón Riobóo's "Six Murderers" in "Magic Magazine" July 1997.
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 5 204
Ramón Riobóo One in the Side Pocket spectator selects card for performer and vice versa, both unseen in pockets, two cards are determined, four of a kindRelated to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 5 205
Ramón Riobóo The Royals Go Courting Queens and Kings and selection finds mateInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 5 206
Ramón Riobóo X-Men IV two spectators think of a card in a packet that travels into other packet, odd-backed variationInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 106
Jeff McBride, Ramón Riobóo Color Guard fourteen cards, presentation for Riobóo's "Cops & Robbers" (Vol. 5) Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 214
Ramón Riobóo Insurance Card named numbers are added to count to predicted card Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 228
Ramón Riobóo My System to Show Red & Blue Backs secretly switching two odd-backed decks, method for getting intoInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 230
Ramón Riobóo Control Freak after some dealing process the hands in a poker hand are predicted, see also reference for version with fewer cardsVariations Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 231
Ramón Riobóo Control Tweak abridged versionInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 233
Ramón Riobóo The Hole Theory principle, card is taken from divided deck Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 233
Ramón Riobóo The Defibrillator free selection is divined via other cards produced from behind back, stack Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 235
Ramón Riobóo Deal or No Deal piles made, cards selected, total counted down to predicted cardRelated to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 238
Ramón Riobóo No Comprendo piles made, cards selected, total counted down to predicted cardRelated to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 240
Ramón Riobóo The Tattletale Card unusual procedure for clock trick Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 242
Ramón Riobóo Creating a Rift Tantalizer-type elimination deal with a third of the deck, mate of prediction is final card Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 243
Ramón Riobóo Separation Anxiety open prediction made, elimination deal with half the deck and discard pile dealt face up Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 245
Ramón Riobóo Spanish Roulette mate of selection is found via fair dealing procedure, set-upVariations Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 246
Ramón Riobóo Triumvirate with three piles Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 247
Ramón Riobóo Premature Eradication deck cut and value counted down from there to find predicted card Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 250
Ramón Riobóo The Difficult, the Improbable, and the Impossible essay Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 252
Steve Beam Task Force Two-card forceRelated to
  • "In the Bluff" (Ramón Riobóo, Thinking the Impossible, 2012)
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 9 238
Steve Beam The Magic of Ramón Riobóo Introduction to the chapter on the magic of Ramón Riobóo. Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 77
Steve Beam The Magic of Ramón Riobóo Introduction to chapter on the magic of Ramón Riobóo. Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 77
Ramón Riobóo Liberty, Fraternity, Equality Matching effect where two spectators end up with the same number of cards, despite numerous choices and opportunities to impact the outcome.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 10 78
Ramón Riobóo Spanish Curry A card vanishes from a group of cards.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 10 81
Ramón Riobóo Open Table Four aces penetrate the table one at a time. Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 84
Ramón Riobóo Disparity Updated handling of the Dudeney Parity Principle. Cards are dealt into a grid on the table as directed by the audience. The cards are reassembled by folding rows and columns onto each other - again controlled by the audience - yet the selections are found reversed in the packet.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 10 88
Roberto Giobbi, Ramón Riobóo Card Roulette analogy between cards and roulette table Hidden Agenda (Issue Dec 2) 345
Mike Pisciotta Jokers Thru Time signed card type effect with four Jokers and four-for-one transpositionRelated to
  • "Time Traveler" (Ramon Rioboo)
The Workshop — The Notes of Mike Pisciotta 10
David Solomon Ramón Riobóo's Inverse Compensation some cards removed, spectator choses three red cards of those and a black card, the red cards are added to count down to mate of black cardInspired by Solomon's Secrets 79
David Solomon A Blah-Day Clock clock layout dealt at the start, blank card finaleInspired by
  • "The Fateful Month" (Ramón Riobóo, Thinking the Impossible)
Solomon's Secrets 127
Simon Aronson, Ramón Riobóo, Harapan Ong, Persi Diaconis, Ron Graham The Three Hours Three spectators each think of a card, magician divines each card without making any wrong statementsInspired by
  • "The Three Hours" (Aronson & Riobóo, Mnemonica, p. 65)
Related to
A Stack to Forget 48