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S. W. Erdnase The Diagonal Palm-Shift mention of top palm, bottom palm and multiple shift on page 141
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1902 137
S. W. Erdnase D. By the Gaze "Methods for Determining a Card Thought Of"
cards shown one by one, spectator's eyes are watched
Related toVariations 1902 167
L'Homme Masqué Kinetoscopic Force cards riffled in front of spectator and King of Spades among Club cards is mistaken for King of Clubs
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1909 77
Kings and Aces four double facers, backfire
Related to 1937 133
Charlie Miller The Dunbury Delusion
Related toVariations 1940 319
The Twenty-Sixth Location get-ready trick to get key in center, spelling
Related toVariations 1940 397
Under Your Hat
Related to 1948 114
Bill Simon Three Queens Monte with four cards, all turn into Aces
Related toVariations 1952 37
Edward Marlo Sixth Method - Tilt Glimpse glimpsing card
Related toVariations 1956 16
Alex Elmsley 1002nd Aces spectator can freely choose the leader packet
Related toVariationsAlso published here Dec. 1957
Ibidem (Issue 12)
13
Dai Vernon The Top Change including several tips and exercise with case
Variations 1961 63
Edward Marlo Marlo Miracle Aces classic faro Ace cutting ("estimation aces"), last Ace found at named number
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1964 44
Roy Walton The Overworked Card Triumph type of effect, one card travels from bottom to top and turns every reversed card over
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1969 33
Dai Vernon Piles of Cards Divine number of piles of cards spectator deals out
Related to 1975 210
Larry Jennings Challenge Cards to Pocket two cards are first placed in jacket pocket, then removed and lost in the deck, then travel into two pockets
Variations 1977 21
Ron Ferris, Allan Ackerman Blackjack Player's Delight four ten-values are on table, four selections turn out to be the four Aces to make four blackjacks
Variations 1978 94
Roy Walton The Smiling Mule two parts, first gag then surprise twist, named card ends up sandwiched between aces in the middle of the deck
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1979 13
Simon Aronson Shuffle-Bored
  • The Basic Shuffle-Bored Effect (only number of reversed card is divined)
  • The Secret
  • The Set-Up
  • The Procedure
  • Preliminaries
  • The Cancellation Combination
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1980 1
Edward Marlo The Marlo-Thompson Bluff Pass
Inspired byRelated toVariations 1982 2
Bill Kalush Rubber Ringer finger ring on rubber band
Related toVariationsAlso published here Sep. 1983
The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 13)
120
David Williamson Easy Aces faced deck
Related toAlso published here 1984 17
Larry Jennings Twisting The Plot disguised
Variations 1986 7
Larry Jennings The Hook hanging coins version
Variations 1986 40
Larry Jennings Any Ace Called For spectator announces in which order the Aces should be produced
Variations 1986 138
Richard Osterlind Pick-Up Turnover Switch tabled deck picked up and secretly turned over, top cards taken
Related to 1986/99 24
Jerry Sadowitz Jack Hodes peeked at card is more or less spelled to
Variations 1989 8
Jerry Sadowitz Tears in Rain using Pre-determined Estimation
Variations 1989 88
Steven Hamilton The Coins to Glass four coins, different grip on glass
VariationsAlso published here July 1989
Opus (Vol. 2 No. 11)
9
John Carney Half Dollars in the Mist two half dollars vanish and reappear
Variations 1991 83
Roy Walton The Plot Thickens selection appears at sum of three values after dealing piles, faro
Inspired byVariations Aug. 1991
Profile (Issue 3)
1
R. Paul Wilson (reviewer) The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings by Larry Jennings (written by Mike Maxwell) Aug. 1991
Profile (Issue 3)
4
R. Paul Wilson Randall Flag calculation with three cards used to count to selection
Inspired byAlso published here Oct. 1991
Profile (Issue 4)
7
Jerry K. Hartman A Well Designed Prediction spectator marks card, marking, pen color and card are predicted
Inspired byVariations 1991 657
Chris Kenner Missing Link
Related toAlso published here 1992 15
R. Paul Wilson (reviewer) The Card Clip about Joe Porper's card clip and one by The Mississippi Card Company Aug. 1992
Profile (Issue 9)
12
Ernest Earick Bureau d'Échange four Kings change place with selection in pocket
Related toVariations 1993 81
R. Paul Wilson Wild With The Ladies four Jokers change one by one into chosen card, then into Queens, ungaffed
Also published here Aug. 1993
Profile (Issue 15)
4
Eddie Fechter Be Honest - What Is It? two cards, one held by spectator and one by performer, change into two totally different cards, other two cards end up in performer's trouser pocket
Related toVariations 1993 132
Alex Elmsley Brainweave ungaffed handling of Brainwave
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1994 338
Gene Maze The Zodiac Card card placed reversed in deck, its value counted from this position leads to selection
Related toVariations 1994 63
Justin Higham Interlaced Transformation three cards between Aces in center, Kings on top, Aces now on top and Kings in center with the three cards
Inspired byVariations 1994 160
R. Paul Wilson Ingrained Reaction card appears written on a grain of rice
1995 1
R. Paul Wilson Absolute Zero spectator cuts shuffled deck into three piles, shuffles all, selects a card and assembles deck which the performer locates, divided deck
Variations 1995 2
R. Paul Wilson Gypsy's Monte kind of Quick-Three-Way
1995 3
R. Paul Wilson (Spell)Bound To Please
1995 4
R. Paul Wilson Natural Switch
1995 4
R. Paul Wilson Zulu Sandwich three cards appear one by one between isolated sandwich
1995 7
R. Paul Wilson Crowded Coins
Also published here 1995 8
R. Paul Wilson Hailstones (CD) spelling with repeat
Also published here 1995 9
R. Paul Wilson Wild With The Ladies ungaffed
Also published here 1995 10
R. Paul Wilson Julie's Number four cards change while reversed in the pack at different positions
1995 11
R. Paul Wilson Mark of the Gambler "marked cards" as a presentation, Aces turn over, are lost and come to top again, four Royal Flush cards turn over as well
Also published here 1995 13
R. Paul Wilson Mr Spoons spoon bending
1995 15
R. Paul Wilson Schrodinger's Cat number on bill predicted
Also published here 1995 16
R. Paul Wilson Lean Chop practical Chop Cup Routine
Also published here 1995 17
Darwin Ortiz Beat the Dealer short blackjack routine
Inspired by
  • "Blackjack Puzzler" (Johnny Piatt, Hugard's Magic Monthly, June 1956, p. 441)
Variations
1995 146
Philip T. Goldstein Write Of Way five cards are taken from a deck and spectator selects one, prediction states selection and other four cards
Inspired by Sep. 1995
The Minotaur (Vol. 7 No. 3)
7
R. Paul Wilson Chaos Theories
1995 2
R. Paul Wilson Written Wrongs five cards chosen, one signed and lost, in prediction envelope the other four cards are predicted and the signed card is found as well
Variations 1995 5
R. Paul Wilson Blackjack Players Blight four ten-values are on table, four selections turn out to be the four Aces to make four blackjacks
Inspired by 1995 8
R. Paul Wilson Mark of the Gambler "marked cards" as a presentation, Aces turn over, are lost and come to top again, four Royal Flush cards turn over as well
Also published here 1995 10
R. Paul Wilson Open and Honest
1995 13
R. Paul Wilson Your Card? card put on table, any card named, it says "Your Card" on the tabled card, named card in wallet, or card changes into named card
1995 15
R. Paul Wilson Metalergy
  • Coin Techniques
1995 17
R. Paul Wilson Titian Grip/Palm edge grip variation
Related to 1995 17
R. Paul Wilson Fingertip Vanish one of two coins taken, or both taken one by one
1995 18
R. Paul Wilson Missed in the Mist two coins appear and vanish, repeat
Inspired byAlso published here 1995 20
R. Paul Wilson Penihook ungaffed, one behind
Inspired by 1995 22
R. Paul Wilson Crowded Coins
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1995 26
R. Paul Wilson The Double Deal Turnover
1995 29
R. Paul Wilson Hailstones (CD) spelling with repeat
Inspired byAlso published here 1995 30
R. Paul Wilson Alias the Aces four cards shown as all being the selection, then change into Aces, Daley's Last, then Aces come from pocket and tabled card(s) is selection, traveling from red to black Aces
1995 32
R. Paul Wilson All Alike Sequence with Double Deal Turnover
1995 32
R. Paul Wilson Wild With The Ladies four Jokers change one by one into chosen card, then into Queens, ungaffed
Also published here 1995 35
R. Paul Wilson Taurean Misfit card used to count to selection, original spot card changes to selection
Inspired by 1995 37
R. Paul Wilson Schrodinger's Cat number on bill predicted
Also published here 1995 38
R. Paul Wilson Bill Switch with paper clip and card
1995 39
R. Paul Wilson Lean Chop
Also published here 1995 41
R. Paul Wilson Overworked Poker faro
Inspired by 1995 44
R. Paul Wilson Sticky Residue spectator deals out any number of poker hands, cut one hand and remembers top card, all assembled, performer divines number of hands and card
Inspired byRelated to 1995 46
R. Paul Wilson Challenge Aces
1995 48
R. Paul Wilson All Backs Queens are printed as finale
1995 50
R. Paul Wilson Randall Flagg calculation with three cards used to count to selection
Also published here 1995 53
R. Paul Wilson Justify Me transposed collectors
Inspired by 1995 55
R. Paul Wilson Strange Writings spectator choses card and with a pen squiggles some lines on the back of the card, prediction card is same card with the same squiggle on its odd back
Inspired by 1995 57
Chad Long The Shuffling Lesson spectator shuffles and cuts and turns over and gets Aces while performer demonstrates the actions with the other half and gets Kings
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1996
The Art of Astonishment — Book 3 (Issue Astonishing Friends)
299
R. Paul Wilson Australian Curry
Variations 1996 1177
Nick Trost Eight-Card Brainwave
VariationsAlso published here 1997 199
R. Paul Wilson The Inslow Effect two cards selected, one is only odd-backed card and second card travels into card case
  • The Gaffed Card
  • Easy Inslow
  • Expert Inslow (without gaffed card)
  • Alternative Handling
Related to 1997 1
R. Paul Wilson Inslow-a-scope thought-of card travels into card case
Inspired by
  • "Kaleidoscope" (Charlie Miller, Magicana, Genii)
Related to
1997 12
Charlie Miller, R. Paul Wilson Court Card Riffle Force only court card with short card before is "thought of"
Related to 1997 14
R. Paul Wilson Incomplete Inslow pseudo Incomplete Faro Control, actually a riffle force
1997 15
R. Paul Wilson It's a dirty job but... on the Edinburgh Fringe, Jerry Sadowitz
Oct. 1997
Opus (Vol. 5 No. 7)
13
R. Paul Wilson (reviewer) Thinking in Person by Max Maven Oct. 1997
Opus (Vol. 5 No. 7)
14
R. Paul Wilson (reviewer) The Magic Show by Ian Kendall Oct. 1997
Opus (Vol. 5 No. 7)
15
R. Paul Wilson (reviewer) The Magic Of... by James James Oct. 1997
Opus (Vol. 5 No. 7)
16
R. Paul Wilson (reviewer) The Expert at the Card Table by Guy Hollingworth Oct. 1997
Opus (Vol. 5 No. 7)
16
R. Paul Wilson Two Coins And A Card card on table, two coins produced from invisible sky hook, they vanish and are found under card
Inspired by
  • "Three Coins in the Hat" (John Ramsay, The Ramsay Legend, 1969)
1998 98
R. Paul Wilson Card On Case In Case card balanced on card case changes into another selection and is found inside case
Inspired by 1998 105
R. Paul Wilson A Trick With A Little Piece Of Cork with three instead of four coins
1998 109
R. Paul Wilson The Spanish Fly on Juan Tamariz and Escorial
Sep. 1998
Opus (Vol. 5 No. 9)
17
Lew R. Brooks Bughouse Blackjack Fourteen of Spades climax
  • Combined Handling (combining routine with Bughouse Poker)
Related to
  • Blackjack idea in "36 Tricks with FA-KO Cards"
Variations
1998 24
R. Paul Wilson Vested Sand three-of-a-kind riffle cull
Inspired by
  • "Major Dalby's Brag Stack" riffle cull (Jerry Sadowitz, The Crimp #15, Aug. 1993)
May 1998
Magic (Vol. 7 No. 9)
75
R. Paul Wilson Canister Jury three-of-a-kind riffle cull and stack
Inspired by
  • "Major Dalby's Brag Stack" riffle cull (Jerry Sadowitz, The Crimp #15, Aug. 1993)
May 1998
Magic (Vol. 7 No. 9)
76
David Regal Triple Vision three cards selected from red deck and placed into blue deck - matches prediction
Inspired byVariations 1999 236
R. Paul Wilson Scottish Fly extra coin
Also published here July 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 7)
44
R. Paul Wilson Archaic Spares five cards out-jogged in face-up spread, spectator thinks of one, they are removed and put in spectator's pocket, chosen one travels reversed into deck
1999 41
R. Paul Wilson, Mark Aspiazu No Lap Switch Variation
1999 41
R. Paul Wilson Fained Casualty spectator pockets a four-card poker hand, then this is used to complete a royal flush in the next deal
1999 53
Paul Green (reviewer) Technicolor Cheek by R. Paul Wilson July/Aug. 1999
The Magic Menu (Vol. 9 No. 54)
534
Paul Green (reviewer) Stabtastic by R. Paul Wilson July/Aug. 1999
The Magic Menu (Vol. 9 No. 54)
634
R. Paul Wilson Gapkin hole moves from napkin to napkin
Sep. 1999
Magic (Vol. 9 No. 1)
75
R. Paul Wilson French Twist coin spins once before French Drop
Mar. 2000
Genii (Vol. 63 No. 3)
60
Matthew Field (reviewer) Knock 'Em Dead: The Close-Up Magic of Paul Wilson by R. Paul Wilson Mar. 2000
Genii (Vol. 63 No. 3)
83
R. Paul Wilson A personal Report of the Downs and Ups at FISM 2000
Oct. 2000
Genii (Vol. 63 No. 10)
56
Michael Close (reviewer) Knock 'Em Dead by R. Paul Wilson May 2000
Magic (Vol. 9 No. 9)
32
R. Paul Wilson Diminished Responsibility three selections are lost, performer finds three Aces and tables them in front of the spectators while progressively pocketing the deck, the four cards left are the Aces again and the tabled three cards are now the selections, optional deck switch
2000 48
R. Paul Wilson The Omniscient Queen features in the design of the Queen of Clubs are used to predict six (forced) selections
Related to 2000 49
R. Paul Wilson The Marlo-Thomson Bluff Pass as a Force
Inspired by 2000 49
R. Paul Wilson The One True Ring ring on and off stick, three phases
2000 ca. 1
R. Paul Wilson Bonus Item ring on handkerchief
2000 ca. 8
R. Paul Wilson Completely Crowded!
2000 ca. 1
R. Paul Wilson Crowded Coins aka Scottish Fly, production of three coins combined with Three Fly
Also published here 2000 ca. 2
R. Paul Wilson Sunday Morning Click Pass
2000 ca. 11
R. Paul Wilson Out of Your Mind
Also published here 2000 ca. 1
R. Paul Wilson Out Of Your Mind
2000 ca. 2
R. Paul Wilson Alternative Approaches
  • Easily Out Of Sight
  • Please Sir, Can I Have More Cards?
  • Other Ideas
  • Finally
Also published here 2000 ca. 13
R. Paul Wilson Ricochet - The ultimate Reset gaffed, visual
  • Ricochet One
  • Ricochet Two
  • Alternate Pocket Clean Up
Related toVariations 2001 2
R. Paul Wilson Thinking it Over two methods
Also published here 2001 2
R. Paul Wilson Emergence card slides magically out of in-the-hand spread
Also published here 2001 5
R. Paul Wilson Think Stop
2001 6
R. Paul Wilson PUT interesting method
2001 7
R. Paul Wilson Rethinking The Chicago Opener
2001 9
R. Paul Wilson Mickey Mouse Move transfer coins from hand to hand while hiding another coin
2001 11
R. Paul Wilson Sow's Ear Three Coins To Purse, from hand into purse
2001 11
R. Paul Wilson Stealing Second exposure with ace kicker
2001 13
R. Paul Wilson Folding Potty McCombical Prediction for origami fold
2001 13
R. Paul Wilson Simplex Hofzinser
2001 15
R. Paul Wilson Three Cards Found
2001 16
R. Paul Wilson Wilson Tabled Double slides across table
Variations 2001 16
R. Paul Wilson Paul Wilson breaks the code of silence
2001 1
R. Paul Wilson Tipless silk vanishes and reappears in rolled-up bill, thumb tip with hole
2001 1
R. Paul Wilson Missed In The Mist two coins appear and vanish, repeat
Inspired byAlso published here 2001 2
R. Paul Wilson Wise Guys card chosen and Aces locate the three mates à la Collectors
2001 3
R. Paul Wilson The ConCam Incident three cards selected from red deck and placed into blue deck - matches prediction, ungaffed
Inspired by 2001 3
R. Paul Wilson D-Generate Gamblers three phases, uses double deal
Inspired by 2001 4
R. Paul Wilson Wilson On The Jazz Two Step
2001 5
R. Paul Wilson ConCam Rendezvous packet cut off, card at that position remembered, predicted and its position as well, faro, Penelope's Principle
VariationsAlso published here
  • Channel One, Issue 5
2001 5
R. Paul Wilson Pithleavis Aces Aces lost and found at once
Related toAlso published here 2001 6
R. Paul Wilson Antipathy red and black cards riffle shuffled together and "unshuffled" again, using Engblom's Anti-Faro
2001 7
R. Paul Wilson 8cardBW+2
Inspired byAlso published here 2001 7
R. Paul Wilson Inslow Copper Silver copper and silver coin transpose three times
2001 8
R. Paul Wilson DF Revelation selection drawn on pad, only back drawn as gag, when paper is turned over the selection is drawn on other side
2001 9
R. Paul Wilson Three bits on the band three ideas for rubber bands
Related to 2001 10
R. Paul Wilson Fech Me? Fech You! four card version instead of two
Inspired by 2001 11
R. Paul Wilson The Camel's Back standing paper falls by itself, three phases, with straw in which air is apparently stored
2001 12
R. Paul Wilson, Gary Ouellet Location Less Possible shuffled deck cut in half and both halves spread on table, card moved to other half is found, actually printed on inside of cover boards
2001 15
Richard Kaufman (reviewer) Ricochet! by R. Paul Wilson Aug. 2001
Genii (Vol. 64 No. 8)
12
Matthew Field (reviewer) Twists of Fate by R. Paul Wilson Sep. 2001
Genii (Vol. 64 No. 9)
75
Matthew Field (reviewer) The Restaurant Act by R. Paul Wilson Sep. 2001
Genii (Vol. 64 No. 9)
75
Akira Fujii Jet Coins three coins across
VariationsAlso published here Oct. 2001
Genii (Vol. 64 No. 10)
62
David Oliver (reviewer) Ricochet!: The Ultimate Reset by R. Paul Wilson Oct. 2001
Genii (Vol. 64 No. 10)
84
R. Paul Wilson Paul Wilson's Shuffle Sequence for "Out of Sight, Out of Mind"
Dec. 2001
Genii (Vol. 64 No. 12)
59
The R. Paul Wilson One Man Issue - R. Paul Wilson In Print
Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
1
R. Paul Wilson Introduction
Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
4
R. Paul Wilson Aces Nigh
Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
5
R. Paul Wilson The Real Work On The Open Travelers
Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
7
R. Paul Wilson Any Ace Called For: A Simpler Way spectator announces in which order the Aces should be produced, using Zarrow shuffles
Inspired by Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
10
R. Paul Wilson Challenge Cards To Pocket II two cards are first placed in jacket pockets, then removed and lost in the deck, then travel into the pockets
Inspired by Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
12
R. Paul Wilson The Seal Cull shuffled deck taken, performer runs through once, then a four-of-a-kind is shown on the face, angle-jog cull and passive strip-out (without explanation)
Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
16
R. Paul Wilson HeadWeave
Inspired by Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
18
R. Paul Wilson Pithleavis Aces four Aces lost and found again (almost) at once
Also published here Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
20
R. Paul Wilson The Miracle Card mystery card is set aside, instant sandwich phase with Jokers, then selection is buried in deck and mystery card is placed between the Jokers and is then shown to be the selection
Variations Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
21
R. Paul Wilson Travelling Tales
Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
24
R. Paul Wilson Essay - Thoughts on the switch of a bill discussion of various thoughts and ideas
Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
25
R. Paul Wilson Blotto lotto sheet is crumpled up and pierced with pin, numbers at hole positions noted, sheet changes into bill and serial number matches lottery numbers
Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
28
R. Paul Wilson Schroedinger's Cat serial number of borrowed bill is predicted in envelope
Also published here Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
30
R. Paul Wilson Bill Switch with Envelope borrowed bill is apparently slid under paper clip on envelope
Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
30
R. Paul Wilson Bill Switch with Envelope II borrowed bill is slid under paper clip on envelope, switch on removal
Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
31
R. Paul Wilson Letter Have It signed bill vanishes and reappears in envelope paper-clipped to a letter
Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
32
R. Paul Wilson Washington Thinks card thought from Koran deck appears on borrowed bill
Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
34
R. Paul Wilson And Finally... short changing during origami folding
Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
35
R. Paul Wilson Boxed Transpo Kings are placed into card case and case is set on top of spectator’s selection in his hand, selection transposes with Kings
Inspired byVariations Nov. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 6)
36
Michael Close (reviewer) Ricochet! by R. Paul Wilson July 2001
Magic (Vol. 10 No. 11)
29
Troy Hooser Three Fly Simplify extra coin, sliding, see Addendum reference for credit correction by Richard Kaufman
Inspired byRelated toAlso published here Oct. 2001
Magic (Vol. 11 No. 2)
68
Michael Close (reviewer) The Restaurant Act by R. Paul Wilson Nov. 2001
Magic (Vol. 11 No. 3)
26
Michael Close (reviewer) Twists of Fate by R. Paul Wilson Nov. 2001
Magic (Vol. 11 No. 3)
26
Ryan Swigert Kickback two cards found with sandwich cards, when they are turned over, they are the actual sandwich cards which have changed into selections when looking back
VariationsAlso published here Dec. 2001
Magic (Vol. 11 No. 4)
77
R. Paul Wilson Thinking it Over two methods
Also published here 2002 32
R. Paul Wilson Mickey Mouse Move vanish a coin from hand to hand while holding other coins, with wrong credit to Geoffrey Latta
2002 10
R. Paul Wilson Ring three times a card is located
  • Shizuko
  • Yoichi
  • Sadako
Related to 2002 159
R. Paul Wilson Uprising card rises from cards fanned between hands
2002 1
R. Paul Wilson Threadbare presentation for floating bill, with spool of regular thread
2002 3
R. Paul Wilson 1002.5 Aces
Inspired by 2002 5
R. Paul Wilson Equivoque Handling four one of four cards
2002 5
R. Paul Wilson Through 3 three coins penetrate a table top, one by one then all at once
2002 7
R. Paul Wilson Muscle Pass Load
2002 7
R. Paul Wilson Multiple Coin Vanish with shake illusion, sound
2002 8
R. Paul Wilson Thief of Hearts center pip of selection vanishes and appears between two Aces held by spectator
2002 10
R. Paul Wilson Gone Wishin' three coins appear and vanish one by one, then they reappear in purse
2002 13
R. Paul Wilson Fl-Ash piece of paper is placed on back of card and burnt, ashes form index of selection, then Joker changes into selection
Inspired by
  • Michael Sibbernsen's "Knowledge From Fire" in "Enigmas", 1997.
2002 16
R. Paul Wilson Hovercraft deck is balanced on card case
2002 17
R. Paul Wilson The Back Four (Pithleavis Aces Mk II) four Aces are lost in the deck and found in seconds behind the back
Related to 2002 18
R. Paul Wilson A New Wave three coins appear and travel from hand to hand
2002 20
R. Paul Wilson Mickey Mouse Coin Move transfer coins from hand to hand while hiding another coin
2002 21
R. Paul Wilson Titian Vanish edge grip
2002 22
R. Paul Wilson Titian Palm
2002 22
R. Paul Wilson Punch Too sucker effect, transformation of multiple cards to match stated outcome
Inspired by
  • Larry Jennings' "Sucker Punch" in "Thoughts on Cards" video
Variations
2002 24
R. Paul Wilson Box-Witch card on card case is switched, with several applications
2002 26
R. Paul Wilson Blin-Pen piece of signed bill vanishes and appears inside pen
2002 28
R. Paul Wilson And Finally... center deal mock, multiple phases
2002 32
R. Paul Wilson Speaking Volumes
Related to June 2002
Genii (Vol. 65 No. 6)
32
Peter McLanachan Queen Piece sandwich cards vanish from top and sandwich selection in the center twice, then card travels from deck between sandwich cards that the spectator holds
Inspired by
  • "The Red Headed League" in R. Paul Wilson's "Obscure Acts"
Jan. 2002
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 8)
25
R. Paul Wilson Pick-Up Card Switch single card in right hand, packet in left hand, single card placed under packet which is taken with right hand at the same time
Also published here
  • "The Red Headed League" in R. Paul Wilson's "Obscure Acts"
Jan. 2002
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 8)
27
Reinhard Müller Boxed Transpo Beginning Variant Kings are placed into card case and case is set on top of spectator’s selection in his hand, selection transposes with Kings, alternative get-into
Inspired by Mar. 2002
Ego (Vol. 1 No. Special TSD Convention Issue)
8
Earl Nelson, R. Paul Wilson Smoking the Deck blowing through an inflated deck to break it in more quickly
Dec. 2002
Magic (Vol. 12 No. 4)
73
Pit Hartling Cincinnati Pit stacking four hands with four-of-a-kinds with two shuffles
Variations 2003 52
David Regal, R. Paul Wilson Technical Advisor Paul Wilson movie Shade
Apr. 2003
Genii (Vol. 66 No. 4)
48
Joe M. Turner (reviewer) Hit the Road by Lee Asher, R. Paul Wilson Aug. 2003
Genii (Vol. 66 No. 8)
93
David Oliver (reviewer) The Predator by R. Paul Wilson Dec. 2003
Genii (Vol. 66 No. 12)
102
Jerry K. Hartman A Case for Change Kings are placed into card case and case is set on top of spectator’s selection in his hand, selection transposes with Kings
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here June 2003
Ego (Vol. 2 No. 15)
14
Michael Close (reviewer) Hit the Road by R. Paul Wilson, Lee Asher July 2003
Magic (Vol. 12 No. 11)
35
Michael Close (reviewer) The One True Ring by R. Paul Wilson Aug. 2003
Magic (Vol. 12 No. 12)
37
Michael Close (reviewer) Completely Crowded by R. Paul Wilson Aug. 2003
Magic (Vol. 12 No. 12)
37
Michael Close (reviewer) Non-Faro by R. Paul Wilson Aug. 2003
Magic (Vol. 12 No. 12)
37
Michael Close (reviewer) 13 by R. Paul Wilson Sep. 2003
Magic (Vol. 13 No. 1)
34
Michael Close (reviewer) The Predator by R. Paul Wilson Dec. 2003
Magic (Vol. 13 No. 4)
39
R. Paul Wilson KickBack: Borrowed Deck Version I two cards found with sandwich cards, when they are turned over, they are the actual sandwich cards which have changed into selections when looking back
Inspired by 2003 10
R. Paul Wilson Martini any card named, previously tabled Joker shown as gag, any number named, Joker apparently stabbed in that position as skill demonstration, then named card shown at number
Also published here 2003 ca. 1
R. Paul Wilson The Non-Faro
2003 ca. 1
R. Paul Wilson Double your Pleasure
2003 ca. 1
R. Paul Wilson "Hit and Pinch" Double strike lift handling
2003 ca. 1
R. Paul Wilson Pop Double double slides forward on deck, Wilson Tabled Double on top of deck
Inspired by 2003 ca. 2
R. Paul Wilson Ultra Natural double flipped over on deck with only first finger of right hand, "gravity double lift"
2003 ca. 4
R. Paul Wilson Absolute Zero Evolution spectator cuts shuffled deck into three piles, shuffles all, selects a card and assembles deck which the performer locates, impromptu version with bridge
Inspired by 2003 ca. 1
R. Paul Wilson Across The Void on cards vs. coins, personalised handlings, new ideas & crediting, magician's perspective, removing moves
2003 ca. 1
R. Paul Wilson Cool your Jets three coins across, no extra coins, last into spectator's hand
Inspired by 2003 ca. 6
R. Paul Wilson Goshman Toss Variation from right hand fingertips, using finger palm
2003 ca. 6
R. Paul Wilson Click Pass Handling
2003 ca. 6
R. Paul Wilson Double Click Pass two coins tossed into other hand together
Related to 2003 ca. 10
R. Paul Wilson On Your Metal three coins across, finger ring travels across as surprise
2003 ca. 13
R. Paul Wilson Click Pass two coins tossed into other hand together
Related to 2003 ca. 13
R. Paul Wilson Bonus Idea "Ricochet" with three copper and three silver coins that transpose one by one from spectator's hand to performer's hand with backfire
Inspired by 2003 ca. 18
R. Paul Wilson A Mechanical Fan Steal into left-hand classic palm
Variations 2003 ca. 1
R. Paul Wilson Gamblers Cop variation into left-hand gambler's cop
Inspired by 2003 ca. 14
R. Paul Wilson Prelude to DPS get-into from fan, with all-around square-up with angle jog
Inspired by 2003 ca. 17
R. Paul Wilson Introduction
2003 ca. 1
R. Paul Wilson Stick, Man performer draws spectator as stick figure as gag, figure is then seen to hold a selected card
2003 ca. 1
R. Paul Wilson Easy Aces faced deck handling
Related to 2003 ca. 2
R. Paul Wilson Taking Them Easy monte routine with three black spot cards and a Queen, they all change to Queens as finale
Inspired by 2003 ca. 1
R. Paul Wilson Pick-Up Turnover Switch tabled deck picked up and secretly turned over, top cards taken
Related to 2003 ca. 6
R. Paul Wilson Mickey Mouse Move transfer coins from hand to hand while hiding another coin, with wrong credit to Geoffrey Latta
2004 3
R. Paul Wilson Hexadiction predicting 6 cards with the Queen of Clubs
2004 48
R. Paul Wilson, Frank Thompson, Edward Marlo The Blink Force
2004 48
R. Paul Wilson Slider spectator cuts to remember a card, groups of cards are shown to spectator and card can be found, using the Slider move
2004 97
R. Paul Wilson All That Jazz number of card stopped at is counted from deck to find selection, flexible method
2004 132
R. Paul Wilson Sucker Assembly one Ace placed face-up in deck, other Aces join
2004 148
R. Paul Wilson R. Paul Wilson on Joe Porper
Mar. 2004
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R. Paul Wilson Wilson's Fan-2-C
2004 3
R. Paul Wilson How to make your own Fan-2-C gaffs step gaff, small triangle format
  • Setting the gaff openly
2004 6
R. Paul Wilson Fan-2-C Poker fan of five cards visibly changes into royal flush à la Bob Koch's Zapped
Variations 2004 11
R. Paul Wilson FaceOn-2-C different grip, fan held vertical
  • Method One
  • Method Two (gaff ends up sticking to back of hand)
Inspired by 2004 15
R. Paul Wilson Tabled Fan-2-C fan is lying on table
Inspired by 2004 23
R. Paul Wilson Ricochet-2-C gaffed, visual
Inspired by 2004 28
R. Paul Wilson Lap-2-C (The Drunken Mitt) gaff lapped in off-beat, non-visual change
Inspired by 2004 29
R. Paul Wilson Wave-2-C gaff slides inside of fan under cover of hand
Inspired byVariations 2004 33
R. Paul Wilson Gavi-2-C gaff slides inside of fan without cover
  • Another Idea...
Inspired by 2004 35
R. Paul Wilson Bold-2-C fan of five cards visibly changes into royal flush, alternate handling to get in and out
Inspired byVariations 2004 38
R. Paul Wilson Flash The Spread! different usage of the Fan-2-C step gaff to show different cards in a fan or spread
  • Face-on spread
2004 42
R. Paul Wilson Cards Across
2004 44
R. Paul Wilson Bold-2-C Face On one-handed version
Inspired by 2004 45
R. Paul Wilson Devilish Miracle Outdone? short outline of using the Fan-2-C step gaff
2004 46
R. Paul Wilson Oil and Water short comment on using the Fan-2-C step gaff, no details
2004 47
R. Paul Wilson Princess Card Trick short comment on using the Fan-2-C step gaff, no details
2004 47
R. Paul Wilson In Their Hands! fan of cards changes in spectators hand under cover of bill
2004 48
R. Paul Wilson Magnet-2-C shimmed gaff version
Inspired by 2004 50
R. Paul Wilson Finally...
2004 51
R. Paul Wilson, Wonder Man Fred A Darkness Rises Switch switch of paper, writing appears
Related to
  • R. Paul Wilson's "A Darkness Rises" in "Twists of Fate" (DVD), 2001.
2004 72
Dustin Stinett (reviewer) The Unreal Work by R. Paul Wilson, Jason England May 2005
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R. Paul Wilson, Jeff Ezell Gift Certificates, Coupons, Keno, Lotto, etc.
Also published here July 2005
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Richard Kaufman, R. Paul Wilson Paul Wilson's The Takedown
Sep. 2005
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R. Paul Wilson Steve Forte: Catch Me If You Can
Oct. 2005
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R. Paul Wilson Emergence card slides magically out of in-the-hand spread
Also published here 2005 8
R. Paul Wilson Introduction
2005 3
R. Paul Wilson "Show me your pass!" on invisible passes
2005 4
R. Paul Wilson The West Coast Slow riffle cover, Dr. Elliott inspired
  • Description One: The Pass
  • Description Two: Timing
  • Description Three: Angles
2005 6
R. Paul Wilson R. Paul Wilson on the Instant Pass! pass made as soon as the top half is replaced on the bottom half
  • Fine Points
2005 20
R. Paul Wilson Finally timing for the pass
2005 28
Peter Duffie Crystal Clear Transpo ungaffed handling for Scarne glass transposition, inspired by Alex Elmsley solution
VariationsAlso published here 2005 3
R. Paul Wilson Progressive Poker three phases
Also published here 2006 1
R. Paul Wilson Refried Poker
  • The Nines Strategy
  • Sans Second Deal
Inspired byAlso published here 2006 1
Dustin Stinett (reviewer) R. Paul Wilson on the Royal Road to Card Magic by R. Paul Wilson May 2006
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David Regal (reviewer) Spectrum by R. Paul Wilson June 2006
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R. Paul Wilson Tipless Display Subtlety #3 showing both hands empty
2006 105
R. Paul Wilson, Jeff Ezell Gift Certificates, Coupons, Keno, Lotto, etc.
Also published here 2006 290
R. Paul Wilson Memory Can Pseudo-memory routine - performer can name three cards at three named numbers, followed by naming selection's position
2007 104
Tomas Blomberg The Blomberg Variation
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here 2007 22
R. Paul Wilson The Haunted Card selection slides out of in-the-hands spread
card slides magically out of in-the-hand spread
Also published here Dec. 2007
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Jerry K. Hartman Trapparition mystery card is set aside, a pair of mates disappear from top and bottom of deck and sandwich selection in middle, for finale the selection is buried in deck and mystery card is placed between the mates and is then shown to be the selection
Inspired byRelated to 2007 90
Jerry K. Hartman A Case for Change Kings are placed into card case and case is set on top of spectator’s selection in his hand, selection transposes with Kings
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here 2007 96
R. Paul Wilson ConCam Coins To Glass three coins to glass one by one, glass held at edge
2007 ca. 2
R. Paul Wilson The Titian Drop from edge grip variation into glass, open look
Inspired byRelated to 2007 ca. 4
R. Paul Wilson Titian Steal coins slide into other hand, one stolen in edge grip variation
2007 ca. 7
R. Paul Wilson One-Hand Vanishes comments on three handlings
  • French Pop handling
  • Blowing & Ramsay Subtlety
  • JW Grip
2007 ca. 20
Hector Chadwick A Card Behind Spectator divines identities of three cards in increasing accuracy
Variations 2008 103
Joe M. Turner (reviewer) Extreme Possibilities, Volumes 1-4 by R. Paul Wilson Apr. 2008
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