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Mel Bennett Funny Valentine selection shuffled in deck, cut into three piles, performer indicates a pile and some phrases are spelled which lead to selection
Inspired by
  • "Lowdown Triple Dealing" principle (Colm Mulcahy, Focus, Nov. 2004)
Related to
Prolix (Issue 6)
David Britland (reviewer) Mathematical Card Magic by Colm Mulcahy Jan. 2014
Genii (Vol. 77 No. 1)
Marty Kane Three-Peat Deceit Mathematical spelling routine to reveal a selection.
Inspired by
  • Bottom to Top Principle (Colm Mulcahy, Mathematical Card Magic, 2013)
2015 162
Steve Beam, Doug Canning Bottoms Up Two cards revealed through spelling them.
Related to
  • Bottom to Top Principle (Colm Mulcahy, Mathematical Card Magic, 2013)
2015 163
Marty Kane Development Guide to the Reverse Count Principle Summary of ideas related to Martii Siren's improvement to Colm Mulcahy's Bottom to Top Principle
Inspired by
  • "Double Dealing with a Difference" (Martii Sirén, Mathematical Card Magic, 2013)
2015 178
Marty Kane Magic Word Play Spelling her choice of magic spells from a list of spells, the spectator locates their selection.
Inspired by
  • Colm Mulcahy's "Odd Location Method" in "Mathematical Card Magic"
2015 185
Colm Mulcahy Poker with Any Ten Cards using random cards
Related to
  • Mathematical Card Magic, 2013, p. 74
2015 312
Bob Farmer, Peter Winkler Winkler Poker chapter intro, Position Parity Principle
Related to 2015 313
Gene Castillon Impromptu Casino Shuffle thirteen-card packet, three cards found
Inspired by
  • "Low Down Triple Dealing Principle" (Colm Mulcahy)
Facsimile (Issue 5)
Colm Mulcahy Low Down Triple Dealing Principle
Facsimile (Issue 5)
Colm Mulcahy Flushed with Embarrassment Triskadequadra Application #4
seven poker hands dealt, five people pass their best card to a beginner and worst card to the spectator, beginner ends up with four Aces and a King, performer with straight flush
Also published here
  • Mathematical Card Magic, 2013
2016 71
Colm Mulcahy C.O.A.T. 原理 (C.O.A.T. Principle) Description of the Counting Out And Transfer Principle, with credits, places selection at specific location after counting and dropping cards
Related to 2018 31
Xiaobo Zhou 我不是 Mentalist (I'm not a mentalist) Card chosen, spectator reads cards out loud but lies about the selection, magician can tell the lie and divine selection
Related to 2018 34
Marty Kane, Michael Powers, Colm Mulcahy, Chris Wilcox BTTP Revisited
  • The Bottom to Top Principle" (Colm Mulcahy)
  • Three-Peat Deceit by Marty Kane (spectator spells name of card three times, then it is on top)
  • Try This (three spectators simultaneously)
  • Telephone/Radio Version
  • Last Minute Addition (restoring original order)
Inspired by
  • "Bottom to Top Principle" (Colm Mulcahy, Mathematical Card Magic)
2019 237
Marty Kane Alpha-Bit three piles made, three cards removed from center pile after some spelling of some cards, they turn out to be the cards the performer named earlier (according to some alphabetical rules, apparently)
Inspired by
  • "Off-Center Bottom to Top Principle" (Martii Siren, Colm Mulcahy's Mathematical Card Tricks, 2013)
June 2022
Elixir (Vol. 3 No. Florida Issue Part One)