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Harry Lorayne Three for the Money Three-spot as multiple out indicator card
Variations Close-up Card Magic 106
Paul Curry Turn of the Century
Related toVariationsAlso published here Paul Curry Presents 57
Jon Racherbaumer Decking - Hofzinser Deluxe
Variations Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 1 No. 3) 27
Jonathan Townsend, Ken Krenzel "Now!" duplicate, quite interesting
Variations Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 2 No. 11) 274
Derek Dingle The Over and Under Switch four applications
Variations The Complete Works of Derek Dingle 83
Bob Farmer Pentacle Force forcing a Ten to Ace value on spectator, Tsunami principle
Related toVariationsAlso published here Tsunami 9
Daryl Martinez Untouched card is on the table, spectator makes two piles, one top card for the value the other for the suit
Related toVariations Daryl does Den Haag 20
John Bannon Tattoo You spectator's initials are transferred from red to blue card, red/blue double backer
Variations Smoke and Mirrors 38
Gerry Scharnböck Sprung deck bound by rubber band, card pops out at right angle
Related toVariations Concertos for Pasteboard 49
John Guastaferro Either Or location routine that allows to build a small set-up for later use
Related to One Degree 6
Ryan Schlutz Dedication
Making the Cut vii
Ryan Schlutz Introduction
  • Introduce Wonder (While Wearing Body Armor)
  • Build on Their Emotional Connection
  • Leave Them a Memory
Making the Cut 3
Ryan Schlutz Introduce Wonder While Wearing Body Armor Chapter 1 intro
Making the Cut 5
Ryan Schlutz Pivotal Peek after spectator's peek
Making the Cut 7
Ryan Schlutz Peek as a Control bridge
Related to Making the Cut 10
Ryan Schlutz Pulse Detection card peeked at, value found via reading body language, spectator finds card among four
Making the Cut 11
Ryan Schlutz The Keeper card divined after three fun random questions
Related to Making the Cut 15
Ryan Schlutz, Josh Arroyo The Keeper - Additional Handling card divined after three fun random questions, despite card apparently not being amongst sample cards
Making the Cut 17
Ryan Schlutz When in Doubt, Read a Palm card with palm on it, selection found by other spectator, back of palm-card is selection as well
Making the Cut 21
Ryan Schlutz Visual-Pocket Management and Routine Recall
Related to Making the Cut 25
Ryan Schlutz Build on Their Emotional Connection Chapter 2 intro
Making the Cut 27
Ryan Schlutz Sense-sational three selections (one thought of, two chosen) found
Making the Cut 29
Ryan Schlutz A Lesson in Gravity two sandwich cards with black holes on them used for multi-phase sandwich routine
Making the Cut 37
Ryan Schlutz Fraternal Bond three chosen cards match 3 prediction cards
Making the Cut 45
Ryan Schlutz The Schlutz Switch "Schlitz", two handlings
Inspired by Making the Cut 46
Ryan Schlutz Fing-Jit-Su spectator breaks small wood with finger, then flicks deck at selection
Related to Making the Cut 51
Ryan Schlutz Sprung & Dagger banded deck, card pops out at right angle
Inspired by Making the Cut 57
Ryan Schlutz Misfit Queens
Inspired by Making the Cut 65
Ryan Schlutz Foregone Conclusion card disappears from deck and reappears popping out of fan
Making the Cut 71
Ryan Schlutz Reaching Thousands Through One
Making the Cut 77
Ryan Schlutz Leave Them a Memory Chapter 3 intro
Making the Cut 79
Ryan Schlutz Insignia signed card, back of magician's name tag predicts selection and then even has the signature
Inspired by Making the Cut 81
Ryan Schlutz Jumbled Thoughts jumbled friXion pen prediction corrects itself
  • Method 1: Free Choice of a Card
  • Method 2: Forced Selection
Inspired by
  • "Sympathetic Ink" (Mathieu Bich)
Making the Cut 95
Ryan Schlutz Creating a Mental Pose
Making the Cut 99
Ryan Schlutz Add-on Bits Chapter 4 intro
Making the Cut 101
Ryan Schlutz, Doug Otto Otto-matic Aces
Making the Cut 103
Ryan Schlutz Otto Finder four-of-a-kind found in four ways
Making the Cut 109
Ryan Schlutz, Harry Lorayne Treasure Hunt Three of Diamonds used to find selection via multiple out
Inspired by Making the Cut 111
Ryan Schlutz Stop Killing the Magic!
Making the Cut 115
Ryan Schlutz We Can't be all "Penn" Without Some "Teller" Chapter 5 intro
Making the Cut 117
Jeff Pierce, Ryan Schlutz The Untouchables
  • number of reds in one pile equals blacks in other pile
  • small packet OOTW with two spectators
  • two-card location with red black separation of packet
Inspired by Making the Cut 119
Ryan Schlutz How to Print on Cards "Personalizing the Experience"
Making the Cut 127
Ryan Schlutz Schlouble inserting double safely into deck
Making the Cut 133
Ryan Schlutz KM Sandwich
Making the Cut 135
Ryan Schlutz Pocket Management Blank Template
Related to Making the Cut 137
Denis Behr, Pit Hartling Beer, Card Tricks and Orange Juice: Denis and Pit Think Out Loud
Related to Quarterly (Issue 1 (Winter 2015)) 25
Ryan Schlutz Deconstructed Construction The magician divines a mentally constructed playing card.
Related to
  • "Think and Sync" (John Carey, Video: John Carey Collection 2)
  • "Think of One" (Allan Kronzek, Genii, August 2012)
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 10 33
Jeff Pierce, Ryan Schlutz Luck of the Draw blanks finale
The Bammo Ten Card Deal Dossier 46
Ryan Schlutz Introduction
False Anchors - Volume One 3
Ryan Schlutz I Love You out-of-hand selection procedure, grease daub
False Anchors - Volume One 5
Ryan Schlutz Secret Sauce Switch without deck
  • Further Thoughts ("mystery card" routine outline)
  • Additional Tip (ambitious card finale)
False Anchors - Volume One 10
Ryan Schlutz Strange Gift spectator gives twelve cards to performer, he knows number of red cards and sorts them under table
Inspired by
  • "Buckle Up" (No. 105 in "Scarne on Card Tricks", 1950)
False Anchors - Volume One 14
Ryan Schlutz My Handling for Out of this World
False Anchors - Volume One 20
Ryan Schlutz Flow vs. Sequential on performing several tricks in a flow
Related to False Anchors — Volume One 23
Ryan Schlutz In-Air Transpo duplicate
Inspired by False Anchors — Volume One 25
Ryan Schlutz Double Spring Unload
False Anchors - Volume One 26
Ryan Schlutz Coordinated Chaos intro
False Anchors - Volume One 32
Ryan Schlutz Bottom Stock Control in-the-hands spread shuffle
False Anchors - Volume One 33
Ryan Schlutz Top Stock Control dropping bunches on table
False Anchors - Volume One 34
Ryan Schlutz Introduction
False Anchors - Volume Two 3
Ryan Schlutz Equifinality card composed of chosen suit and value from multiple tabled packets is predicted
False Anchors - Volume Two 5
Ryan Schlutz The Double Out Box card removed from card case, two-way out
Related to False Anchors - Volume Two 5
Ryan Schlutz Forget to Remember (Updated) spectator thinks of a card that is related to a chosen card, card predicted, three-way out
Inspired by
  • "Forget to Remember" (Ryan Schlutz, Effortless Effects, DVD)
False Anchors - Volume Two 14
Ryan Schlutz Somewhat Touched incorporating two-way-out strategy
Inspired by False Anchors — Volume Two 22
Ryan Schlutz Counterpoint using group shuffle to place selection at certain position, with or without sticky tape
False Anchors - Volume Two 25
Ryan Schlutz Card at Any Sum number cards in envelope, sum made of them, selection found at that position
False Anchors - Volume Two 29
Ryan Schlutz Sprung Location deck bound by rubber band, card pops out at right angle, multiple cards ideas
Inspired by False Anchors - Volume Two 34
Ryan Schlutz, Aldo Colombini Fireworks Control Variation cards biddle counted in left hand, spectators say stop multiple times
False Anchors — Volume Two 34
Ryan Schlutz 6 Covers 6 hands-off selection and riffle shuffle by spectator
Inspired by
  • "All Expenses Paid" (Jim Krenz)
Related to
False Anchors — Volume Two 41
Ryan Schlutz Introduction
False Anchors - Volume Three 3
Ryan Schlutz Boxy Waltz selection travels into case, then transposes with second selection, then fusion finale
False Anchors - Volume Three 5
Ryan Schlutz Before the Thought eight to ten cards selected from table wash, highest card thought of, predicted in envelope
  • Marking the Deck
  • Reveal Using Wallet
Inspired byRelated to False Anchors - Volume Three 17
Ryan Schlutz Presentation Idea: Bill and Ted variation of "Before the Thought" in which thought-of card vanishes and reappears in wallet
Related to False Anchors - Volume Three 23
Ryan Schlutz Box Switch card slid into case, later dumped out, using cellophane
Related to False Anchors - Volume Three 26
Ryan Schlutz The One With The High Five card torn in half and halves mixed in paper carton, two halves chosen by spectator, they match
Inspired by
  • "Intercessor" (Gaëtan Bloom)
False Anchors - Volume Three 29