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Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
S. W. Erdnase Erdnase System of Blind Riffles and Cuts - I. To Retain the Top Stock
Related toVariations 1902 33
S. W. Erdnase To Ascertain the Top Cards while Riffling and Reserve them at Bottom see elegant title, tabled double cut
Related toVariations 1902 103
Jean Hugard The Handkerchief Force
Variations 1938 195
George G. Kaplan Cagliostro's Card. A Prediction 20$ are bet on the outcome, six duplicates, short card, double backer
Related toVariations 1938 486
Robert Parrish The "Direct" Divination joke, spectator choked if he does not comply
Related to 1939 17
Louis Zingone Reverse Supreme mental reverse, bluff spacing in fan
Related toVariations 1940 344
The Twenty-Sixth Location get-ready trick to get key in center, spelling
Related toVariations 1940 397
Dai Vernon "Topping The Deck"
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1941/49 7
Dai Vernon Vernon's Automatic Gambler same set-up dealt over and over for two players
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1941/49 19
George Starke Hornswoggled bills change total value several times
Related toVariationsAlso published here Dec. 1944 85
Dai Vernon Cutting The Aces
Related toVariations 1946
Stars of Magic (Vol. 2 No. 2)
Dai Vernon One Handed Slip Cut
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1946
Stars of Magic (Vol. 2 No. 2)
Bert Allerton Bamboozle story presentation with bills
Variations 1947
Stars of Magic (Vol. 3 No. 2)
Al Baker The Three-Billet Test No. 2
Variations 1948 194
George C. Engel Quadruple Coincidence three cards and number of cards of a cut-off packet match
Related toVariationsAlso published here May 1949
Hugard's Magic Monthly (Vol. 6 No. 12)
J. Elder Blackledge The Half Dollars and the Okito Box five coins, shell
Related toVariations 1952 224
Al Leech The Descending Cards cards are cased with a block sticking out, all cards slide down except selection in spectator's hand
Related toVariations 1952 54
Dai Vernon, Mac McDonald Seven Card Monte card vanishes from packet and reappears on top of the deck, repeat
Related toVariations 1957 88
Dai Vernon Ball, Cone and Handkerchief
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1957 197
Edward Marlo S.O.C. half dollar and three copper coins, transposition, coins to box, coins through card case, see also page 40
Related toVariations 1957 24
Harry Riser Preface to Out of this World
1957 7
Harry Riser Farrago all-backs, all-faces, faro shuffles
June 1960
Ibidem (Issue 21)
Dai Vernon Small Packet Glide
VariationsAlso published here 1967 159
Fred Lowe The Innocent Cheat performer stacks the Aces, then a spectator takes one card from a hand and puts it in his sleeve, performer deals again, spectator switches his sleeved card for one from his chosen hand and receives royal flush
Related to 1967 190
Harry Riser Supreme Ultra Mental ungaffed, stacked
1968 65
Edward Marlo, Harry Riser A Logical Procedure Aces cut to, change to Kings, Aces from pocket, inspired by "Riser's Aces" (Expert Hocus Pocus), two methods
1968 132
Frank Pemper PIRA "Pemper's Improved Riser's Aces" (Harry Riser from Expert Hocus Pocus), aces cut to, change to kings, aces from pocket
1969 101
Johnny Thompson, Harry Riser Hofzinser All-Backed three card transformation sequence, with all-backs phase, see references for credit information
Related toVariationsAlso published here July 1971
Epilogue (Issue 12)
Karl Fulves All Backs three card transformation sequence, with all-backs phase
Inspired by July 1971
Epilogue (Issue 12)
Karl Fulves The Five-Cent Switch
Related toVariations 1973 2
Martin A. Nash The Double Put-Down
Related to 1977 154
Michael Close Royal Poker Cull procedure to get a royal flush from shuffled deck, no normal game procedure
Inspired by 1981
Arcane (Issue 3)
Harry Riser Almost Legitimate Cutting the Aces center blocks cut out one-handed
Inspired byAlso published here 1981
Arcane (Issue 6)
Harry Riser Instant Triple Cut one-handed onto the table, block slip cut
Arcane (Issue 6)
Harry Riser Hundred Dollar Prediction one of five, duplicates and divided card
Inspired byVariations 1981
Arcane (Issue 6)
Harry Riser Two Coin Routine copper and silver coin, impromptu
Variations 1981
Arcane (Issue 6)
Harry Riser Rear Thumb Clip
Arcane (Issue 6)
Harry Riser The Last Hand procedure to get a royal flush from shuffled deck, no normal game procedure
Related to 1981
Arcane (Issue 6)
Geoffrey Latta Half Retention Pass stealing one of two coins
Related to 1981 130
Harry Riser, Jeff Busby, Shigeo Takagi Presentation of Shigeo Takagi's Miracle Monte
Oct. 1982
Epoptica (Issue 2)
Martin Lewis Jammed! two copper and two silver transpose with one set in purse
Variations 1982
Arcane (Issue 8)
Edward Marlo Poor Man's Prediction one of five cards from deck chosen, matches odd-backed prediction, four duplicates
Inspired byAlso published here 1984 128
Harry Riser Estimation Help jogged corner short
1987 7
Dai Vernon The Peripatetic Walnuts walnuts travel one by one from hand to under can-covered glass
Related toVariations 1988 80
Harry Riser Dribble Control to second from bottom
1989 38
Steve Beam Leftovers on Ron Bauer, Stephen Minch, The Precursor, Don Morris, Jim Culver, Gary Jennings, Harry Riser, Chris Kenner, Gordon Jeppesen, Dan Garrett
1989 544
Randy Wakeman Do You Feel Lucky? using Harry Riser subtlety
Inspired by 1989 77
Harry Riser Peek Handling
1993 53
Karl Fulves Line of Credit credit information on this routine
Related to 1993
Verbatim (Issue 5)
Alex Elmsley The Fan and Weave Controls two handlings of an ingenious control:
  • The Fan and Weave Control
  • The Fan and Weave Double Control
Related toVariations 1994 335
Alex Elmsley Brainweave ungaffed handling of Brainwave
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1994 338
Alex Elmsley Dazzle packet with jokers, backs change color multiple times
Related toVariations 1994 463
Harry Riser Hofzinser Hole Card Transposition transposition with cheating patter
Also published here Aug. 1994
Magic (Vol. 3 No. 12)
Jerry K. Hartman Class Cut spectator cuts off four piles, top card of each is an Ace, extension of Harry Riser subtlety
Inspired byRelated to 1995 143
Harry Riser Gambler's Top Cop into right-hand gambler's palm from top of deck
Inspired byAlso published here
  • MUM, Nov. 1986
1996 14
Harry Riser Comments on Erdnase
Also published here
  • MUM, April 1987
1996 16
Harry Riser The Walnuts Trick walnuts travel one by one from hand to under can-covered glass
Inspired by 1996 19
Harry Riser French Drop Handling
Inspired by
  • Secrets of Conjuring and Magic, Robert-Houdin, p. 51
1996 24
Harry Riser The Instant Speller spelling to a selection from shuffled deck
1996 30
Harry Riser Fan Replacement Glimpse selection pushed in fan and fan closed
1996 30
Harry Riser The Distraction Factor blank-faced card with Ace of Clubs printed on the back design pushed in deck, card next to it signed by spectator, eventually the blank face is now the signed face
1996 36
Harry Riser Greek Break & Overhand Shuffle for clean display and table-tapping, then going into overhand shuffle, see also p. 86
Related to 1996 38
Harry Riser Two Coin Interlude Plus copper and silver coin appear, vanish and travel around
Inspired by 1996 43
Harry Riser On the Low Finger Palm
1996 43
Harry Riser One-Handed Rear Thumb Palm Vanish
1996 47
Harry Riser Erdnase Aces tabled one-at-a-time Ace production, using riffle shuffle work from Erdnase
Inspired byVariations 1996 52
Harry Riser Quick Erdnase Aces quicker version
Inspired by 1996 59
Harry Riser Semiautomatic Gambler four-phase routine with small set-up that is dealt repeatedly
Inspired byVariations 1996 62
Harry Riser The Jumping Bean Coins four coins, plus shell
Inspired by 1996 67
Harry Riser The Practice Deck Royal Flush production climax
1996 77
Harry Riser The Poker Lesson twelve-card set-up
  • The First Lesson: overhand stack
  • The Second Lesson: talking about holding out, several good hands dealt
  • The Third Lesson: Royal flush controlled to top
Related to 1996 86
Harry Riser Harry's Cups and Balls three cups
1996 95
Harry Riser Ball under Cup Move ball apparently placed under cup
1996 98
Harry Riser Flushed Aces one of the Aces turns over, then a Ten in the deck turns over and other Aces transform to complete a Royal Flush
1996 106
Harry Riser, Karl Fulves Five-Cent Switch Variation
Inspired by 1996 106
Harry Riser The Legendary Five-Ace Poker Hand poker demonstration presentation for Assembly, three double facers
1996 112
Harry Riser, Dai Vernon Deep Glide with small packet
Inspired by 1996 115
Harry Riser Royal Flush Assembly Royal Flush instead of the Aces used for Assembly, four double facers
1996 120
Harry Riser The Cap and Quarters
1996 130
Harry Riser Marked Cards and Dealer's School chapter intro
1996 138
Harry Riser Harry's Marking System for Bicycle rider backs, blockout work
1996 138
Harry Riser Reading the Cards ploy to study the back
1996 142
Harry Riser Nail Writer Prediction routine for a direct prediction
1996 143
Harry Riser Dealer's School
  • Phase One (red black separation by feel)
  • Phase Two (shuffle control demo)
  • Phase Three (dealing some hands, performer ends up with Aces)
1996 144
Harry Riser Devilish Miracle Revisited
1996 150
Harry Riser Ball, Cone, and Box Routine with credit information
Related to 1996 154
Harry Riser Basic Ball & Cone Sleight
1996 155
Harry Riser Double Coincidence two prediction cards put face-up in the deck by spectators, next to their mates
Inspired by
  • "Triple Coincidence - Stewart Judah Version" (Linking Ring, July 1974)
1996 166
Harry Riser Five Card Monte card vanishes from packet and reappears in deck, two phases, double facer
Inspired by 1996 168
Harry Riser Copper, Silver, Gold Coin Box Routine three coins, transpo, they travel from pocket to box, then more coins are produced from box
Inspired by 1996 172
Harry Riser Bobo Switch Variation as coin is dumped in coin box
1996 173
Harry Riser Crossed Hands Vanish Coin Box Routine silver coin in one hand, copper in the other, both vanish and are found in coin box
Also published here
  • MUM, May 1989
1996 180
Harry Riser Crossed-Hands Vanish using rear thumb clip
1996 183
Harry Riser Three Card Metamorphosis three cards shown all alike, then three different backs, then normal again
1996 187
Harry Riser Quick Three-Way Display
1996 189
Harry Riser Wild Homing Card four Jokers change into duplicates of selection, then back, selection travels back repeatedly after being discarded
1996 194
Harry Riser Double Put-Down Variation
Related to 1996 200
Harry Riser The Purse Swindle coin in purse changes, transposes and more
1996 202
Harry Riser Partial Retention Pass one of three coins, dated to 1950s
Related to 1996 206
Harry Riser Purse Jam two copper coins in purse transpose with two silver coin outside, then all change to copper
Inspired by 1996 211
Harry Riser Cheating the Cheater backs of packet change multiple times
Inspired by 1996 217
Harry Riser Hofzinser Hole Card Transposition transposition with cheating patter
Also published here 1996 226
Harry Riser The Close-Up Miser a coin vanish is announced, instead the coin multiplies several times
1996 229
Harry Riser Hornswoggled Revisited with gaffed bill
Inspired byVariations 1996 233
Harry Riser A Two Billet Test cards thought-of and written on billets
Inspired by 1996 238
Harry Riser The Golf Lesson one golf ball multiplies to five, no shell
1996 240
Harry Riser The Close-Up Billiard Ball Routine with shell
Also published here
  • MUM, Jan. 1988
1996 257
Martin Joyal An Overview of Card Systems
  • System Categories
    • Sequential System Characteristics
    • Ordered System Characteristics
  • Overview of Systems
    • The New Deck System
    • The Grouped Value System
    • The Si Stebbins System
    • The Eight Kings System
    • The Stanyon System (Ellis Stanyon)
    • The Joseph System (Eddie Joseph)
    • The Esscee Prearranged Pack (Stanley Collins)
    • The Harding System (Bart Harding)
    • Jack's Pack (Jack Yates)
    • The Cornelius System (John Cornelius)
    • The Osterlind System (Richard Osterlind)
    • The Boudreau Systems (Leo Boudreau)
    • The No Memory Card Stack (Harry Riser)
    • The Lusthaus System (Robert Lusthaus)
    • The Memory-deck (Lewis Jones)
    • The Reymond System (Patrick Reymond)
    • The Wild System (Boris Wild)
    • Richard's Stack (Richard Uhrich)
1997 27
Michael Close (reviewer) The Feints and Temps of Harry Riser by Harry Riser (written by Ed Brown) Feb. 1997
Magic (Vol. 6 No. 6)
Charles McFarland Swoggled And Boggled with gaffed bill
Inspired by Oct. 1997
Magic (Vol. 7 No. 2)
Derek Dingle, Harry Riser, Bruce Cervon, Edward Marlo, Johnny Thompson Quick D-Way
1999 117
Harry Riser Vernon Routine Credit Information
Also published here
  • MUM, July 1997
The Fine Print (Issue 10)
Baltazar Fuentes Poker Choice jonah card changes in middle of routine
Inspired by 2000 28
Jerry K. Hartman Cut, Man! Do! using Harry Riser subtlety
Related to June 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 1)
Harry Riser Preface
2006 xxi
Harry Riser Chapter One - Travels with Charlie on Charlie Miller
2006 1
Harry Riser The Riser Routine
2006 5
Harry Riser One Left Standing spectator eliminates all cards except one, the selection
Also published here
  • MUM, Feb. 1997
2006 17
Harry Riser The Inserted Card Control with Countdown spectator pushes card flush, performer pushes reversed Five in deck and selection is five cards down
Also published here
  • MUM, Nov. 2001
2006 19
Harry Riser On Expert Card Technique & Charlie Miller
Also published here
  • MUM, June 2001
2006 21
Harry Riser The SWE Break Double Turnover stud
Also published here
  • MUM, July 2001
2006 24
Harry Riser Second to None
Related toAlso published here
  • MUM, June 2005
2006 33
Harry Riser Glimpse Count in spread
2006 35
Harry Riser Chapter Two - Dreams from Flatland
2006 37
Harry Riser The Impossible Dream spectator cuts off pile, remembers bottom card and puts pile in center of rest, card named later, half stack
Inspired by
  • Ed Marlo Effect
Also published here
  • MUM, June 1995
2006 39
Harry Riser Gauging the Aces
Also published here
  • MUM, Aug. 1996
2006 41
Harry Riser Almost Legitimate Cutting the Aces center blocks cut out one-handed
Inspired byAlso published here 2006 45
Harry Riser The Top-Block Slip Cut one-handed, block cut to table from center
Inspired by 2006 46
Harry Riser The Descending Card Revisited cards are cased with a block sticking out, all cards slide down except selection in spectator's hand
Inspired byAlso published here
  • MUM, Dec. 1985
2006 55
Harry Riser The Riser Key-and-Stock Control little-finger break in dealing position, going from there into overhand shuffle, preserving center key
Related toAlso published here
  • MUM, Oct. 2000
2006 59
Harry Riser Cutting Remarks card chosen by cutting, later performer cuts to selection
Also published here
  • MUM, April 2002
2006 61
Harry Riser Abbott Get-Together Story about Eddie Cochrane
2006 64
Harry Riser Behind the Back, One Way out-of-hand selection, performer stabs card reversed next to selection behind back
Also published here
  • MUM, June 1991
2006 65
Harry Riser One Way to Spell
Also published here
  • MUM, March 2000
2006 68
Harry Riser The Dictionary Definition
Related toAlso published here
  • MUM, March 2002
2006 71
Harry Riser The Spectator-Management Control
Also published here
  • MUM, Jan. 2002
2006 74
Harry Riser The Thinner Handkerchief Force using translucent cloth
Inspired byAlso published here
  • MUM, Aug. 1996
2006 75
Harry Riser The Two-Thirds Deck Trick card cut to and cut buried, card found with reverse-faros
Also published here
  • MUM, Aug. 1987
2006 77
Harry Riser Shuffle Estimation estimated seventeenth placement during overhand shuffle, a Three used to locate selection
Also published here
  • MUM, May 1990
2006 81
Harry Riser On Dr. James Elliott
2006 83
Harry Riser S.W.Estimation "Self-Working Estimation", restricted estimation, managed estimation
spectator cuts to a card and remembers it in half the deck, Three value used to locate selection
Also published here
  • MUM, July 1996
2006 83
Harry Riser On J. N. Hofzinser
2006 86
Harry Riser Anywhere and Somewhere
Also published here
  • MUM, July-Sept. 2002, March 2003
2006 86
Harry Riser Chapter Three - In the Land of the Faro using only a single faro shuffle in faro tricks
2006 91
Harry Riser Sunken Riser out-of-hands selection, then control with faro
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here
  • MUM, Nov. 2000
2006 93
Harry Riser On the Direct Divination Joke
Related to 2006 95
Harry Riser The Impossible Faro Shuffle Card Control
Inspired byAlso published here
  • MUM, Jan. 2002
2006 95
Harry Riser Greek Connection greek break version
Related toAlso published here
  • MUM, Feb. 2002
2006 98
Harry Riser The Ace Goes to the Place reversed card is (faro-)shuffled next to selection
Also published here
  • MUM, Jan. 1999
2006 100
Harry Riser The Dessoir Stratagem spectator pushes odd-backed card in center, it later locates selection, faro
Also published here
  • MUM, March 2005
2006 102
Harry Riser Middle-of-the-Deck Location Procedures getting a key card in the center of the deck, faro, four procedures
Also published here
  • MUM, June 1998, Nov. 2003, Jan. & Feb. 2004
2006 104
Harry Riser Faro Slough-Off Handling
2006 107
Harry Riser My Favorite One-Faro Finder
Also published here
  • MUM, March 2004
2006 108
Harry Riser Orafitse "Esti-Faro", Three value finds selection
Also published here
  • MUM, Jan. 1996
2006 110
Harry Riser The Alternate odd-backed Joker finds card, then variation in repeat phase, faro
2006 113
Harry Riser The Double Shot Location two card location with odd-backed Joker, break work and faro
VariationsAlso published here
  • MUM, May 1995
2006 116
Harry Riser Yours, Mine, and Ours three card control, faro
Inspired byRelated to 2006 118
Harry Riser Colon Ace-Copee spectator cuts two red Aces, those are lost and come together in deck, then they find black Aces, faro
2006 122
Harry Riser The Riser-Zingone Four-Card Control four cards put in fan in different spots, bluff spacing and faro
Inspired byAlso published here
  • MUM, April 2001
2006 126
Harry Riser Four in the Hole Aces lost in deck, a hole card inserted by spectator locates them again, faro
Also published here
  • MUM, May 2001
2006 128
Harry Riser Ace Controlled to the Nines card control with Ace of Spades shown, then two good hands dealt - Nines and Royal flush, faro
2006 130
Harry Riser On Ed Marlo and him working the Treasure Chest magic shop
2006 134
Harry Riser Penelopizing spectator cuts to a card and loses it, a previously removed card's value is used to count to selection, penelope, faro
Also published here
  • MUM, Dec. 1994
2006 135
Harry Riser Spelling Penelope penelope, faro
Also published here
  • MUM, Aug. 1995
2006 137
Harry Riser Penelope Alter Idem number of cut off packet used to count to selection, involves odd-backed Joker, penelope, faro
Also published here
  • MUM, April 1998
2006 139
Harry Riser Really Shuffled Matcho three cards matched, faro and three double backers
VariationsAlso published here
  • MUM, Feb. 2000
2006 141
Harry Riser Countdown Matcho cut-to selection matched by counting down to a number
Also published here
  • MUM, Dec. 2004
2006 145
Harry Riser On Richard Himber
2006 147
Harry Riser Double Triple Match ten red-backed and ten blue-backed cards mixed together, two chosen, they match and also match a card put in the Himber wallet, repeat phase, SBS double facers
Also published here
  • MUM, Oct. & Nov. 1999
2006 148
Harry Riser Stay, Stay-Stack, Stack deck is mated in two stages
Also published here
  • MUM, Nov. 2004
2006 157
Harry Riser Needle in a Haystack card chosen, identity and position announced by performer, faro
2006 159
Harry Riser Dai Vernon Final Loads Anecdote
2006 164
Harry Riser A Real Late-Night Discovery faro
Also published here
  • MUM, Sept. 1999, Feb. 2005
2006 165
Harry Riser Count value of two face-up cards on table used to count to selection, faros
Also published here
  • MUM, May 1998, Oct. 2004
2006 167
Harry Riser The Bottom Dealer Folds Ten through King of Spades lost, four hands dealt, some good hands with Royal Flush for performer, faros
Also published here
  • MUM, Oct. 2002
2006 169
Harry Riser Chapter Four - The Riser Rings
2006 173
Harry Riser The Riser Rings three-ring routine, locking key ring
  • Phase One
    • The Inspection
    • The First Link
    • Spinning the Rings
    • The Jack Miller Unlink
    • Passing One Ring Through the Center of the Other
    • Jack Miller's Ring Through Arm
  • Phase Two
    • The Riser Twirl Display
    • A Ring Jumps from Arm to Arm
    • The Patterns
    • Unlinking the Chain
  • Phase Three
    • The Second Chain
    • The Butterfly
    • Rink's Penetration
    • The Illogical Unlink
    • The Shamrock Returns
    • The Ring in the Air
  • Fourth Phase
    • Vernon's Bookleaf Link
    • The Shamrock Variation
    • The Chains
    • The Final Unlinking
2006 176
Jamy Ian Swiss (reviewer) Secrets Of An Escamoteur by Harry Riser Jan. 2006
Genii (Vol. 69 No. 1)
David Solomon Play Poker With Me, Please three-phase routine from the deck
Inspired by 2007 55
Nick Trost Double-Back Effect spectator cuts to cards and finds some matches, double backers
Inspired by 2008 156
Nick Trost A Packet of Backs small packet all backs
Inspired by 2008 194
Tom Stone Glitching the Aces
Also published here July 2010
Genii (Vol. 73 No. 7)
Roberto Giobbi, Dai Vernon Roberto Giobbi sobre Dai Vernon - segunda parte Tecnicas cartomagicas de Dai Vernon
  • 1. Carta en salida interior
  • 2. Obtener un separación debajo de la carta superior
  • 3. Control de una carta (Harry Riser)
  • 4. Control múltiple
  • 5. Salto de mesa
  • 6. Devolución de cartas empalmadas
  • 7. Sujetar el mazo con cartas empalmadas
  • 8. Control después del hojeo
  • 9. Para subir la carta inferior a la parte superior del mazo durante una mezcla usual por arrastre en las manos.
  • 10. Corte múltiples falsos
El Manuscrito (Vol. 3 No. 13)
Tom Stone, Harry Riser Glitching the Aces
Also published here 2011 223
Johnny Thompson In Memoriam: Harry Riser
Feb. 2017
Genii (Vol. 80 No. 2)
Harry Riser Everywhere Nowhere All Backs three card transformation sequence, with all-backs phase
Also published here 2018 59
Harry Riser Interlock Get-Ready
2018 72
Harry Riser Elmsley's Brainweave
Inspired by 2018 101
Harry Riser Overhand Shuffle from Greek Break
2018 103
Harry Riser Expert Dunbury Delusion
2018 107
Harry Riser Faro Shuffle Control to top
2018 107
Harry Riser, Johnny Thompson Impromptu Shiner black coffee
  • Spread Key Card Glimpse
  • Riffle Key Card Glimpse
  • Dribble Key Card Glimpse
  • Peek Control
2018 113
Harry Riser Fan with Break pressure fan with break, results in step
2018 101
Johnny Thompson, Harry Riser Quadruple Coincidence three cards and number of cards of a cut-off packet match
Inspired by 2018 113
Johnny Thompson, Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser, Harry Riser Stage Top Change
2018 152
Harry Riser Edna using four decks
Variations 2019 394
Tom Gagnon Freda card is also odd-backed
Inspired byVariations 2019 397
Tom Gagnon Remembering Edna odd-backed, memorized deck version
Inspired by 2019 401
Gary Plants Thanks to Harry, Johnny & Derek three random cards change into duplicates of selection and back, selection found in center of deck
Inspired byRelated to May 2020
Elixir (Vol. 3 No. 1 Part 1 (Spring #2))
Bertie Mac Echo Stack tetradistic stack with calculation rules
  • The Rules
  • Position to Card
  • Card to Position
  • Suits
  • The Echo Stack
  • Determining Cards and Positions in the Full Deck
  • Determining the Next and Previous Cards in the Sequence
  • Practicing Echo
Related to
  • "No Memory Card Stack" (Harry Riser, MUM, Vol. 78 No. 6, Nov. 1988)
  • "Frac Stack" (Bertie Mac, lybrary, 2023)
Oct. 2023
The Hermit (Vol. 2 No. 10)