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Fancy Blind Cuts - I. To Retain the Complete Stock
Related toVariations 1902 44
S. W. Erdnase II. To Retain the Complete Stock
Related toVariations 1902 45
S. W. Erdnase First Method "Transformations. Two Hands"
Houdini/Erdnase Change
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1902 151
Charles T. Jordan The Impenetrable Stop Trick performer tells spectator to stop when before he deals selection
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
Theodore Annemann Count Your Card! spectator stops dealing, uses this value to count down twice, third time selection shows up
Related toVariations 1931 17
Victor Farelli The "Left-About" Change snap-over change presentation
Variations 1933 72
Orville Wayne Meyer The Finders basic sandwich effect with two duplicates
Variations Nov. 1934
The Jinx (Issue 2)
Theodore Annemann An Alternate Detection alternating one-way backs
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1934 11
Replacing Palmed Cards 1. Using a Table
2. Without a Table
3. Replacing Cards on the Bottom of the Deck
4. Adding a Single Card as in the Color Change
5. To Replace a Large Packet of Cards
6. Another Method
7. Placing Cards from Right Palm to the Bottom of the Deck
8. Another Method
Related to 1935 87
Rolland Hamblen A Trick Without a Clue selection and number of counted cards are divined, set-up
Related toVariations 1937 193
Dai Vernon Super Count Down thought-of number is dealt, performer finds it out, also with selection, red-black alternating set-up
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1937 208
A Prearranged Pack of Cards that can be Shuffled long-short deck with pairs that fit together via Si Stebbins system
Variations 1937 235
Think of a Card a selection travels next to another thought-of card, svengali deck
Variations 1937 250
C. O. Williams The Card from the Pocket card at thought of position is remembered and found, lazy man
Related toVariations 1937 342
Sam Leo Horowitz The Mystery of the Penthouse four distributed Jacks come together with one cut
Related to 1938 145
Stanley Collins Contingency Correction as an out for the classic force
Related toVariations 1938 193
Frank Lane A Poker Deal performer draws four cards which are the Aces, deck flop
Related toVariations 1938 297
Ralph W. Hull The Three of Clubs card on table turns out to be any card named, different switches
Related toVariations 1938 327
Laurie Ireland A Gambling Expose Aces controlled while shuffling, then fake center deal
Related toVariations 1938 9
The "Spring" Force forcing second card
Related to 1938 36
Gerald Kosky An Easy Bottom Deal stud off the back
Variations 1939 15
The Spread Cull on "other side" of spread
Related toVariations 1940 129
Jack McMillen Mind Mirror one suit on top, two honest riffle shuffles
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1940 223
The Ambitious Twins
Variations 1940 285
Charlie Miller The Danbury Deliver fingertip peek, four cards with edge-marks
Related to 1940 307
Charlie Miller The Dunbury Delusion
Related toVariations 1940 319
Kent Arthur Eerie Cards using eight cards, card finally spelled to
Related toVariations 1940
The Jinx (Issue 101)
Edward Victor Spread Switch card isolated in spread is pulled by fingers to the right and left thumb pushes out next card, see next trick for another application
Related toVariations 1940 ca. 23
Bert Allerton Aces Up Aces placed in middle jump to top and bottom
Variations 1941 34
Edward Marlo One Hand Control Aces are lost with charlier cuts and found using one hand only, two crimps
VariationsAlso published here Feb. 1945
The Phoenix (Issue 78)
Herb Runge Time Will Tell cards laid around a watch, hour and card is selected, card vanishes and appears in pocket
Variations June 1945
The Phoenix (Issue 85)
The Switch at Draw Poker on table, similar to Vernon Transfer Move
Related toVariations 1946 104
Arthur H. Buckley Birds of a Feather Experiment No. 10
Variations 1946 160
A Poker Player's Picnic no-touch, little bit of dealing involved
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1948 16
The Twenty-Sixth Card remote key
Variations 1948 73
Gathering of the Clan Nomad style
Variations 1948 102
Paul LePaul Deceptive Perception five red-backed cards and one blue-backed card change into five blue-backed cards and one red-backed card
Related toVariations 1949 135
Cliff Green Magic in Your Own Hands No. 29, spectator names a number between five and ten, card of that value produced and selection found at that number
Related toVariations 1950 53
Cy Keller You Do As Cy Do both cards at same position
Variations July 1951
The Phoenix (Issue 234)
Bill Simon Business Card Prophecy Move
Related toVariations 1952 34
Edward Marlo Bottom Deal Stacking Bottom Deal Count, while cards are counted, they are set via bottom deal
VariationsAlso published here 1953 33
Edward Marlo, Bob Hummer Cardician's Dream counting procedure with value of thought of card, etc, see page 196 for credits
Related toVariations 1953 130
Tony Kardyro T. K's Kard Kontrol No. 1 top card of left half secretly levered up before replacing upper half
Variations 1955 4
Tony Kardyro T. K's Kard Kontrol Supreme top card of left half buckled as in gambler's peek, upper half slid underneath top card
Variations 1955 6
Tony Kardyro T. K's Hole Card Switch Supreme
Variations 1955 10
Tony Kardyro T. K's Flip-Over Force No. 1 riffle force, top half rotated onto right hand and top card given to spectator, bold and illogical
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1955 16
Edward Marlo, Carmen D'Amico A Classical Quickie reversed card in deck changes into selection
  • First Method (saliva)
  • Second Method (sticky or all faced roughed)
  • Third Method (center reverse)
  • Fourth Method (side palm)
  • Fifth Method (hide-out)
  • Sixth Method (faced deck)
  • Seventh Method
Variations 1956 1
Edward Marlo Dribble Stop Effect card in clip palm during dribbling
Related toVariations 1957 53
Dai Vernon The Six-Card Repeat Mystery using addition from sleeve
Related to 1957 163
Edward Marlo The Card Transfer for application ideas see also page 37
Variations 1957 34
Jerry Andrus Geiger Counter Routine chosen card appears face up, in second phase a card is moved along spread, clicking sound changes at selection
Related toVariations 1957 3
Alex Elmsley 1002nd Aces spectator can freely choose the leader packet
Related toVariationsAlso published here Dec. 1957
Ibidem (Issue 12)
Alex Elmsley Mathematics & Mentalism one of sixteen cards thought of with its position, during reverse faros the spectator says in which half his card is, selection ends up on top (and force card brought to original position)
Related toVariationsAlso published here Sep. 1958
Ibidem (Issue 14)
Edward Marlo In Lieu of the Hindoo Shuffle all alike display for deck
  • First Method (sequence of under-cuts and shows)
  • Second Method (swing cuts in the hands)
  • Third Method (swing cuts onto the table)
  • Fourth Method (packets cut from top to bottom with pull-down of bottom card)
  • Fifth Method (deck face up, packets dropped onto table face down with slip cut action)
  • Sixth Method (deck face up, slip cuts with face towards performer)
Related to Dec. 1958
Ibidem (Issue 15)
Dai Vernon Emotional Reaction key card
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1959 7
Edward Marlo The No Touch Theory three methods
Related toVariations 1959 124
Edward Marlo Marlo's Strike Unit Control
Variations 1959 129
Edward Marlo Top Block Transfer (and Strip Out Shuffle)
Variations 1959 30
Dai Vernon Twisting the Aces
Related toVariations 1960 5
Dai Vernon The Card Puzzle picture cards and Aces assemble - kind of, for credit information see Marlo & Higham references
Related to 1961 54
Carmen D'Amico D'Amico's Multiple Shift sliding block
Related toVariations 1961 31
Edward Marlo Unloading Switches tabled, three methods, switched-out cards are instantly unloaded on deck, see also note D. on page 65
Variations 1961 38
Jerry Andrus The Panoramic Shift pivot action of in-jogged card with right thumb, heel of right hand or right fourth finger, also pivoting against left fingers instead of left thumb base
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here 1961 5
Natural Air Pocket Principle squared deck is often cut at the same spot because of natural air pockets
Related to 1962 31
Edward Marlo Color Eliminator color reflects on back of other card or nail polish on fingertip, (back-)dated "over a dozen years ago", quoted from a 1958 letter
Related to 1962 35
Carmen D'Amico Face Up Finder card tossed in deck with force (no riffling), bottom slip force
Related to 1962 73
Herb Zarrow Revolving Aces four times Christ Force
Related toVariations 1962 98
Edward Marlo Bluff Shift to the Bottom or at Any Number from the Bottom Tilt directly to bottom
Variations 1962 5
Edward Marlo Thought Determinator "Is your card in this pile?", memorized deck, faro
Related to 1964 21
Edward Marlo Bluff Ace Cutting packets assembled one by one and top cards tabled, bluff
Inspired byRelated to 1964 46
Edward Marlo The Simplex Strip Out
Variations 1964
The Patented Shuffle (Issue 1 Patented False Shuffle)
Edward Marlo Perfect False Riffle Shuffle shuffling directly under top card
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1968 3
Edward Marlo Quadruple Undercut
Variations 1968 4
Edward Marlo Marlo Top Change No. 2
Related toVariations 1968 35
Edward Marlo Unexpected Prediction
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1968 88
Father Cyprian Faro Flush after shuffling, performer gets Royal Flush
Variations Mar. 1968
Epilogue (Issue 2)
Dai Vernon A Poker Problem Aces dealt out to any number of players after a single fair cut without bottom dealing, posed as problem
Related to June 1968 187
Bruce Cervon Half Reverse Cut in the action of cutting deck from hands to table half is turned over
Related toVariationsAlso published here July 1969
Epilogue (Issue 6)
Jerry K. Hartman Two Way Split - (a) Underturn kind of wrist-turn second deal turnover as switch/reverse with applications
Related toAlso published here Nov. 1969
Epilogue (Issue 7)
Edward Marlo Marlo's "Collectors" inspired by Roy Walton
Variations Winter 1969
Hierophant (Issue 2)
Edward Marlo Alternatives for the "Collectors" five methods
Variations Winter 1969
Hierophant (Issue 2)
Jon Racherbaumer Notes on the Lie Speller credit information, see also page 162 for comment by Cervon & Jennings
Variations Winter 1969
Hierophant (Issue 2)
Karl Fulves Even Money Proposition spectator is given pairs of red and black cards, he guesses all colors correctly, see p. 289 for reference, p. 292 for comments by George McLean & George Blake
Related toVariationsAlso published here May 1969 257
Jack Posetary Last Aces black Aces in case, selection travels into the sandwich, double facer, see also p. 283 & 289 for reference, p. 306 for presentation by Murry Graham
Related toVariations Sep. 1969 279
Edward Marlo Putting in the Step five handlings
Inspired byVariations 1970 10
Edward Marlo Casino Countdown with or without faro
Related to 1970 112
Edward Marlo, Alex Elmsley signed card in ---- two methods
Related toVariations Spring 1970
Hierophant (Issue 3)
Edward Marlo Skinning The Cat loading of case from Tenkai Palm, inspired by Ross Bertram's "The Pay Off" (Gen 21/7), see page 169 (of Tannen's Reprint) for correction
Related toVariations Summer 1970
Hierophant (Issue 4)
Edward Marlo Who's Hockley two methods (biddle type stop force)
Inspired byRelated toVariations Summer 1970
Hierophant (Issue 4)
Roy Walton Back Into Time similar to "Time Machine", see also p. 388
Related toVariationsAlso published here Sep. 1970 363
Edward Marlo Visual Retention Change
  • Technique of the Visual Retention Change
  • The Visual Change
  • The Multiple Visual Retention Change
Related toVariationsAlso published here Fall-Spring 1971
Hierophant (Issue 5-6)
Matt Corin The Cannibal Cards routine claimed by Wesley James, see references
Related toVariations Feb. 1971
Kabbala — Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 2)
Edward Marlo, Carmen D'Amico Pressed Between signed card pressed from top to center between sandwich cards
Related toVariations Apr. 1971
Kabbala — Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 4)
Peter Kane Jazz Aces
VariationsAlso published here 1971 8
Frank Garcia Affas-Gaffas False Cut
Related to 1972 97
David Solomon, Steve Draun S-D Location two phase location
Related toVariationsAlso published here Aug. 1972
Kabbala — Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 8)
Karl Fulves Stop When Ready as cards are dealt
Related to 1973 53
Karl Fulves Challenge Ace Cutting spectator shuffles cards
Related to 1973 46
Edward Marlo Repeat Code 345 Ace, Two, Three, Four
Related toVariationsAlso published here May 1973
Kabbala — Volume 2 (Vol. 2 No. 5)
Joseph K. Schmidt Subconscious Poker II one card is controlled during the repeat-dealing of five poker-hand and appears in a Royal Flush, see also p. 840 for idea by Cushing Strout
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here Dec. 1973 687
Jerry K. Hartman Four For All
Related toVariations 1973 18
Jerry K. Hartman One Good Turn Aces placed between the Jokers will reverse itself
Inspired byVariations 1973 20
Jerry K. Hartman Hope For The Best Spectator thinks of highest card in the hand, then magician deals four of a kind
Related to 1973 80
Edward Marlo Marlo Prayer Cull Addition same as Marlo Combination Cull and Exchange
Variations 1974 11
Paul Swinford Fifty-Fifty Aces either assembly or elevator routine depending on which aces spectator chooses (jukebox)
Related to 1974 61
Edward Marlo A Sandwich Approach sandwiched card on table turns out to be later selection, seven methods
Related toVariations 1975
Hierophant (Issue 7 Resurrection Issue)
Karl Fulves Jacks Be Nimble card on top of sandwich cards, trio pushed through deck (plunger), card now sandwiched, two methods
Related toVariations 1975 161
Karl Fulves Eye Witness two red Fours together in deck, spectator remembers card above pair, another card below pair, they name the same card which is then shown not to be in deck, then appears sandwiched between Fours
Inspired byVariations 1975 165
Paul Rosini Card at a Number deck is shuffled and covered with handkerchief, spectator names a number from ten to twenty, performer is able to divine which card is at that position
Variations 1975 211
Jerry K. Hartman Snap Twist Reverse Secret reversal of packet during an all-round square up
Related to 1975 15
Jerry K. Hartman Two-sooth Prediction written on blank file card, stabbed into deck. Predicts the two cards next to the file card.
Related to 1975 36
Edward Marlo K.M. Move - with Reverse Fingering Action Move and Variations
  • Single Card Exchanges
  • Double Card Exchanges
  • Exchanging Two of Four (three procedures)
  • Exchanging Three of Four (two procedures)
  • Exchanging Four for Four
Related toVariations 1976 39
Edward Marlo For the Fingertip Peek Applying Secret Incomplete Faro Condition
Variations 1976 298
Larry Jennings Impossible Countdown counting from one card to the next
Related toVariations 1977 48
Jean Faré Criss Cross Triumph Selection is lost, Triumph shuffle, reveal to have three Aces face up with selection face down amongst them, then selection's value used to find final Ace
Variations 1977 32
John C. Wagner Twisted Collectors Four Aces turn face up one at a time, then spread to show three selections interlaced between them
Related toVariations 1977 57
Joseph K. Schmidt How to Deal a Royal Flush one card is controlled during the repeat-dealing of five poker-hand and appears in a Royal Flush
Related toAlso published here 1977 175
Allan Ackerman Quick Coincidence
Variations 1978 62
Ken Krenzel The Natural Multiple Lift Plus up to half the pack
Variations 1978 18
Ken Krenzel The Broadside Steal from center
Related to 1978 192
Ken Krenzel, Trevor Lewis Monte Plus Plus out-jogged handling
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here July 1978
Apocalypse (Vol. 1 No. 7)
Father Cyprian, Frank Garcia Bullseye sponge disc ("hole") on table, Aces vanish and appear underneath one by one
  • Frank Garcia's Version of "Bullseye"
  • Father Cyprian's Version
  • Added Reflections and Notions for the Bullseye Hole
Variations 1978
New Stars of Magic (Vol. 1 No. 11)
Stephen Clark Advent sandwiched card transposes with tabled card, only four cards used
Variations 1978
The Chronicles (Issue 10)
John F. Mendoza On The Elevator two handlings, with climax (either faces or backs transform)
Variations 1978 49
Al Smith Cross Over Aces using pick-up from wrong packets, see p. 37 for variation by David Britland
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1978
The Talon (Issue 2)
Edward Marlo Marlo's Covered Deck Switch
Related toVariations 1979 113
Edward Marlo Direct Transposition cards on top of two halves transpose, Tenkai palm, simulated placement and tabled palm
Variations 1979 347
Earl Nelson Between Your Points of Departure Aces between spectator's palm, selection added, it vanishes and reappears reversed in deck
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here 1979 7
Edward Marlo Control Throw-Offs in foreword, magician thinks he follows control of card
  • First Approach
  • Second Approach
  • Third Approach (with riffle shuffle)
VariationsAlso published here 1980
Edward Marlo Slip Cut Removal in foreword, card changes place with card sandwiched in centre of deck, slip cut under side-jog
Variations 1980
Art Altman The Art Altman Technique double undercut palm
VariationsAlso published here 1980 72
Edward Marlo Interlaced Transposition three cards from between Aces to Kings
Variations 1980 119
Edward Marlo Secret Slip Cut Transposition card sandwiched in center with top card
Variations 1980 234
Edward Marlo The Key Move - Red and Black Packet Switch with cover cards
Related to 1980 272
Edward Marlo The Marnase Change and Vanish
  • As a Vanish
  • As a Change
Variations 1980
Hierophant (Issue The Last Hierophant)
Jon Racherbaumer The Double Erdnase Change
Related toAlso published here 1980
Hierophant (Issue The Last Hierophant)
Edward Marlo Swivel-Cull
Related toAlso published here 1980
Hierophant (Issue The Last Hierophant)
Edward Marlo Control Fake-Outs - Jog Shuffle Fake-Out puzzle magicians that follow the control, two methods
Related to 1980
Hierophant (Issue The Last Hierophant)
Daryl Martinez Convincing Tilt
VariationsAlso published here 1980
Hierophant (Issue The Last Hierophant)
U. F. Grant Grant's Hummer Trick some cards in hand and some in pocket, amount of both is divined
Related to 1980 29
Bobby Bernard Tabled Bluff Pass picking up selection from table with upper half in right-hand end grip
Related toVariations May 1981
Apocalypse (Vol. 4 No. 5)
David Solomon Swindle Speller Ace of Spades is spelled to and locates thought-of card (thought of at mental number)
Inspired by
  • "Psi-Chic Spell" (Sticks & Stones #7)
1981 69
Philip T. Goldstein A Fine Mesh two selections between three odd-backed jokers vanish, then a joker finds the selections in deck on either side, red/blue double backer
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1981 1
Joe Dignam CoUnTerfeit three packets false cut
Variations June 1981
Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 2)
Derek Dingle Four Poker Triumph combined with Triumph
Related toVariations 1982 144
Jon Racherbaumer Longitudinal Side-Steal Replacements including longitudinal center steal
Variations 1982 65
Edward Marlo Open Hockley as force
Inspired byRelated toVariations 1982 95
Paul Harris The Biological Shuffle two phases
Related toAlso published here Oct. 1982 9
Frank Thompson Thompson False Cut
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1982 45
Peter Duffie Arc de Triumph without false shuffle
Variations July 1982
Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 15)
Justin Higham E.Z.4.U. coin vanish
Oct. 1982
Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 18)
Justin Higham E.Z.2. three Sevens between Kings vanish and appear face up in deck, fourth Seven was previously selected
Variations Oct. 1982
Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 18)
Tim Gan Wow four Aces, Ace with same suit turns over, when repeated, Ace turns into selection
Variations Oct. 1982
Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 18)
David Austin Instable four coins
Related to Dec. 1982
Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 20)
Edward Marlo Nouveau 21-Card-Trick
  • The Work
  • Third Phase
  • Fourth Phase
  • Fifth Phase
  • Sixth Phase (Gag)
  • Blow-Off Phase I
  • Blow-Off Phase II
Related toVariations 1983 146
Edward Marlo A Subtile Triumph not bad
Variations 1983 211
Edward Marlo The End Tap Pass cards are tapped on the table
Variations 1983 260
Edward Marlo Switchout Sidelights
Related to 1983 286
Edward Marlo Face-up Poker Deals cards are dealt face up, face-up bottom deals, discrepancy
Variations 1983 316
Michael Skinner Up The Ladder Aces Aces shoot out during tabled cutting sequence one by one
Variations Dec. 1983
The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 16)
Edward Marlo Packet Vanishing Aces four Aces placed on four piles vanish
Variations 1983 79
Edward Marlo Buffalo'd Vanish and Collection three selections vanish from between Kings to reappear between Aces, followed by
  • Dave Solomon's Suggestion
  • Marlo's Inverse Proof Approach
Related toVariations 1983 22
Karl Fulves Submarine Ace Ace sinks down next to chosen card
Inspired byRelated to 1983 4
Paul Harris The Immaculate Connection
  • The First Link
  • Fine Points of First Link
  • The Blow-Through Penetration
  • Fine Points of Blow Through Penetration
  • The Table Link
  • Fine Points of Table Link
  • The Tear
Related toVariations 1983
New Stars of Magic (Vol. 2 No. 1)
David Britland Jackrobats with extra card, first packet then in the deck
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here 1983 14
Justin Higham, Stephen Tucker, Pascal Monmoine Pandemonium
  • growing Deck gag (Higham)
  • trouser pocket as servante (Higham)
  • card revelation gag with two spectators selecting the same card (Tucker)
  • five coins travel from hand to hand and then change into one coin (Tucker)
  • Cutting the Aces, Bilis/ Marlo variation idea (Monmoine)
Feb. 1983
Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 22)
Reinhard Müller Magical Mysteries! idea and variation for Interflight and E.Z.2.
Inspired byVariations Feb. 1983
Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 22)
Justin Higham Or......
Inspired by 1983
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. Special #3)
Ian Land Interlaced with a Strange Ease cards end up reversed in middle
Inspired by 1983
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. Special #3)
Justin Higham E.Z.2. Variation in a letter
Inspired by May 1983
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 25)
Justin Higham Ghost Room
Inspired byVariations Aug. 1983
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 28)
Justin Higham Hello calculator reveals word hello, which is also found on Joker
Sep. 1983
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 29)
Justin Higham On Patrol faros, face-up second deals
Variations Oct. 1983
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 30)
Justin Higham Pendulum chinese coin on pen
Nov. 1983
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 31)
Reinhard Müller Reinhard Müller Comments on Ghost Room and Psycho Cut
Inspired by Dec. 1983
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 32)
Steve Draun The Graveyard Shift Midnight Shift
VariationsAlso published here Winter 1983/1984
The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. Winter Extra)
Edward Marlo Olram's Tent Switch starting with cards palmed or sleeved or at the body
Related to 1984 184
Art Altman Flip Flourish Discovery two cards produced
VariationsAlso published here 1984 199
Karl Fulves The Restacking Problem players leave or arrive after deck is already stacked, several solutions:
  • 4 Hands to 3
  • 5 Hands to 4
  • 5 Hands to 3
  • 3 Hands to 5
  • Mind Games (including finding some thought of cards (blindfold poker deal))
Related toVariations 1984 192
Justin Higham Som-Ace-Sault two Aces are turned face up, all turn face up, as finale Aces turn all over in deck
Inspired byVariations Dec. 1984
Apocalypse (Vol. 7 No. 12)
Justin Higham More than a Key comb penetrates bill
Jan. 1984
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 33)
Peter Duffie Signus X II no duplicate of selection, but two Jokers
Inspired byVariations 1984 9
Peter Duffie Signus X 1 using two Jokers
Inspired byVariations 1984 9
Justin Higham Litmus Aces
Sep. 1985
Apocalypse (Vol. 8 No. 9)
Bob Stencel The Stencel Aces
Variations Summer 1985
The Collected Almanac (Vol. 3 No. 28, 29 & 30)
Brother John Hamman Signed Transversal Triplet two sandwiched cards transpose twice, then transposition so that two selection are in one and four Kings in other pile
Variations Summer 1985
The Collected Almanac (Vol. 3 No. 28, 29 & 30)
Randy Tanner The Covered Switch jinx switch dynamics
Related to 1985 371
Randy Wakeman The Spectator Cuts to and Turns Over the Aces basically the same as Ackerman's version
Related toVariations 1985 41
Ian Land Five Knuckle Shuffles Ace to Four turn over one by one, and every time the reversed card is put on the table, the last card transforms into the selection
Variations May 1985
Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 10)
Alvin C. Thompson Thompson Turnover "Al Thompson" = Alvin?
alternative to air pressure turnover, right little finger under card
Related to 1985 27
Justin Higham A Case for the Mystery Card without switch at the end
Inspired byVariations Sep. 1985 3
Justin Higham Interl(Ace)d King Transposition three selections between Aces, Kings in other hand, Aces and Kings transpose
Variations Sep. 1985 5
Stephen Tucker Linkard stapled gaff to get into linking card routine
Inspired byRelated to Sep. 1985 9
Justin Higham Higham's Hyperbole
Sep. 1985 9
Justin Higham One Good Turn Deserves Another Aces turn over one by one between two Jokers, Bizarre Twist as second phase
Inspired by Nov. 1985 12
Justin Higham Linkard 2 getting into linking card routine
Inspired byRelated to Nov. 1985 16
Justin Higham Aceven Aces on table, selection chosen and lost, Ace of matching suit found, other Aces put face up in deck, remaining Ace changes into selection and its mates are now face up in center of deck
Nov. 1985 18
Justin Higham Higham's Hyperbole
Nov. 1985 19
Justin Higham Foreword
1985 2
Justin Higham High-am Rise
Inspired byRelated to 1985 3
Justin Higham One by One, Ascanio Style last card changes
Inspired byRelated to 1985 4
Justin Higham The L.A.P. Side Steal
Related toVariations 1985 6
Justin Higham E.Z.2. Third Version three Sevens between Kings vanish and appear face up in deck, fourth Seven was previously selected
Inspired by 1985 7
Justin Higham The Carnivor-Ace Aces
Inspired byRelated to 1985 8
Justin Higham Revolving Aces Lead In losing the Aces before Zarrow's routine
Inspired byRelated to 1985 9
Justin Higham The Bold Assembly
Related to 1985 10
Justin Higham Paddling in the Oil and Water 4&4
Related to 1985 12
Justin Higham Kard Kontrols 3 and 4
  • Method Three (right-hand half pushed under selection with hands raised, pop-up move dynamic)
  • Method Four (different grip)
Inspired byRelated to 1985 12
Justin Higham No Force Impossible Countdown counting from one card to the next
Inspired by 1985 14
Justin Higham The Crandall Assembly using Crandall's High Pressure Mexican Turnover
Inspired by
  • "Elmsley Count Assembly" (Justin Higham, Abracadabra No. 2023)
1985 15
Larry Jennings Prefiguration impromptu
Related toVariations 1986 156
Larry Jennings Triple Discovery sandwich cards transform into selections
Related toVariations 1986 163
Larry Jennings Dice-O-Matic number is arrived at with dice
Variations 1986 211
Jay Sankey Collect Me Not collector cards vanish, leaving selections
Related to 1986 87
Edward Marlo Spread Pass Addition with variations
  • Delayed Addition
  • Off The Face Switch
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1986 20
Edward Marlo Packet Switch riffle shuffle position
Related to 1986 33
Edward Marlo Spring Dribble Pass Drop Cover
Related toVariations 1986 55
Justin Higham Streamlined Interl(Ace)d King Transposition three selections between Aces, Kings in other hand, Aces and Kings transpose
Inspired by Jan. 1986 24
Justin Higham Buffalo'd Interl(Ace)d King Transposition three selections between Aces, Kings in other hand, Aces and Kings transpose
Inspired byRelated to Jan. 1986 24
Justin Higham Jacks Be Quick card on top of sandwich cards, trio pushed through deck (plunger), card now sandwiched
Inspired byRelated to Jan. 1986 27
Justin Higham Higham's Hyperbole credit information on Vernon Card Puzzle
Related to Jan. 1986 30
Justin Higham Inter-Transpo
Mar. 1986 35
Justin Higham Interlaced Interlude three selections placed between Aces, they travel to between Kings, then only selections remain and three of the Kings are between the Aces, fourth King in deck
Related toVariations Mar. 1986 36
Justin Higham Highams's Hyperbole
Mar. 1986 38
Justin Higham One-at-a-Time Aces four indifferent cards dealt on table, replaced on deck and dealt again, now one is an Ace, repeated three more times until all are Aces, three methods
Variations May 1986 40
Justin Higham Trump Triumph without false shuffle
Inspired by May 1986 43
Justin Higham Higham's Hyperbole
May 1986 45
Justin Higham One-at-a-Time Aces Plus Climax adding a transformation climax
Inspired by May 1986 46
Justin Higham The Finger Print Card Trick Revisited
Inspired by
  • "The Finger Print Card Trick" (Paul Swinford, The Linking Ring, Vol. 54 No. 10)
  • "The Thumb Print Card Trick" (Ed Marlo, The Linking Ring, Vol. 55 No. 2)
July 1986 49
Justin Higham Two F(Ace)d Twist with Ace through Four, transformation kicker to Aces, one Ace travels to deck, two methods
July 1986 50
Justin Higham Second Advent sandwiched card transposes with tabled card, only four cards used
Inspired by July 1986 53
Justin Higham Higham's Hyperbole
July 1986 54
Justin Higham Inside Out I
Nov. 1986
Inside Out (Issue 1)
Edward Marlo The Deo-Ace Trick Updated four Aces are placed on four Twos on table so that suits match, Ace with same suit as selection transforms into selection, two methods
Inspired byVariations Nov. 1986
Inside Out (Issue 1)
Justin Higham Another Deo-Ace Trick four Aces are placed on four Twos on table so that suits match, Ace with same suit as selection transforms into selection, two methods
Inspired by Nov. 1986
Inside Out (Issue 1)
Justin Higham Wrist Turn Slip Switch witching one card from a group, top card of packet slipped onto deck
Inspired by
  • "Slip Switch" (Ed Marlo, The Linking Ring, Sep. 1959)
Nov. 1986
Inside Out (Issue 1)
Justin Higham Streamlined Overcomer Ace to Four of Diamonds shown and one named, that card travels from one half into the other next to predicted card
Inspired by
  • "Overcomer" (Stewart James, The New Tops, Jan. 1964)
Nov. 1986
Inside Out (Issue 1)
Edward Marlo, Justin Higham The Harlam Ace Vanish four Aces placed on four piles vanish, lapping
Inspired by Nov. 1986
Inside Out (Issue 1)
Justin Higham End Notes
Nov. 1986
Inside Out (Issue 1)
Dai Vernon The Rising Sun clean phase, one-handed Tenkai Switch
Related toVariations 1987 164
Justin Higham One By One half dollars change to pennies, half dollars travel under playing card
Sep. 1987
Apocalypse (Vol. 10 No. 9)
Justin Higham Super Swindle Speller card remembered at thought-of position, Ace of Spades is spelled to and locates that card, two versions
Inspired by 1987
Inside Out (Issue 2)
Justin Higham Veneri Turn Variation bluff method for "card at any number"
Inside Out (Issue 2)
Justin Higham Spellativity