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Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
T. Page Wright, William Larsen The L.W. Stop Mystery spectator thinks of any card in half the deck, all shuffled together and pocketed, spectator removes cards one by one and performer stops him at selection
VariationsAlso published here 1945 95
Edward Marlo A Miracle with Cards four spectators each cut off a packet, remember the bottom card and shuffle the whole packet, performer looks at each packet and finds the selections, secretly counting the packets, last card from pocket
  • alternative in which the last wrong card changes into selection
Related toVariations Dec. 1956
Ibidem (Issue 8)
Dai Vernon The Vernon Poker Demonstration half deck set-up
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1957 223
Piet Forton 24th annual convention at Hastings 21. - 25. Sept. 60 on David Haggarty, Fred Lowe, Francis Haxton, Gus Southall, Peter Warlock, George Blake, Edward Victor, Jack Avis, Devano, Ron Mc Millan, Claude Rix, Mystic Craig, Jerry Andrus, Jack Miller, Al Koran, Johnny Geddes, Tom Harris, Alan Alan, Mila Trnka, Roberta & Hella
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 22 No. 1)
Louis Marino Louis Marino letter by Marino and news paper review of the show "Rendez-vous der Zauberer" in Baden-Baden, Joro, Rex Clinton, Anverdi, Ickas, Onkel Peppi, Mazakian, Eddie Taytelbaum, Stockhammer, Claude Rix, Sambalo, Hermannsdörfer, Harry Clark, Wondracek
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 22 No. 6)
Rolf Mayr III. Internationales Festival der Magie in Italien on the magic convention in S. Andrea Bagni in Italy, Louis Marino, Graf X, Rolf Mayr, Anverdi, Claude Rix, Onkel Peppi, Fred Kaps, Nevio Martini, Albert Wetzel
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 24 No. 4)
Albert "Alwelli" Wetzel 25 Jahre MRS announcement of the swiss magic convention and 25 jubilee of the national society, Graf X, Marius, Fred Kaps, Claude Rix, Onkel Peppi, Joro, Sitta, Willy Seidl, Oskar Rey
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 25 No. 1&2)
Dr. William Weyeneth 25 Jahre MRS Berichterstattung report of swiss magic convention from April 1964, Oskarelli, Alwelli, Macco, Kirwin, Röbi Schaer, Willi Schmid, Rudelli, Sala, Henk Vermeyden, Hans Ernst, Bercantal, Willi Faster, Willi Seidel, Dr. Maggi, Graf X, Willi Peter, Fred Kaps, Wirth von Känel, Joro, Louis Marino, Roberto, Onkel Peppi, Olaf Spell, Claude Rix, Jean Garance, Chun-Chin Fu
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 25 No. 3)
Informationen-ABC on Harry Blackstone, announcement of various conventions, Claude Bercantal, Claude Rix, Willi Faster, Sitta, Vermeyden, Jean Garance, Maxim, Piet Forton, Damao, Pavel, Roger Jaquet, Maison Robert-Houdin, Olaf Spell, Joe Wildon, Max Giebe, Durox
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 27 No. 3)
Dr. William Weyeneth Generalversammlung des MRS in Lausanne on the general assembly of the Swiss magic circle in Lausanne, Astus, Claude Bercantal, Willi Faster, Altobelli Mario, Edi Künzler, Jean Garance, Anverdi, Claude Rix, Juliani, Dick-Berni, Alwelli, Werner Nussbaumer, Brumoli, Hans-Rudolf Tschanz, Marius, Olaf Spell, Leist-Bernini, Maxwell, Pic Hansen
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 30 No. 3)
Claude Pahud Reunion Magique de Lausanne on the general assembly of the Swiss magic circle in Lausanne, Edi Künzler, Jean Garance Anverdi, Claude Rix, Les Gilisons, Juliani & Erna, Damao, Wim Klein, Pavel, Dick Berny, Hylarouf, Tel Smit, Alwelli, Werner Nussbaumer, Claude Bercantal
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 30 No. 3)
Mitteilungen on the Borosko statue, Claude Rix, Horace, Concours Magicus
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 30 No. 4)
Claude Pahud IBM Convention on the IBM convention 1971, Duke Stern, Karrel Fox, Jay Marshall, Paul Graham, Christopher Woodward, Tony Shelley, Jeffrey Atkins, Maurice Rookly, Elizabeth Warlock, Anverdi, Horace, Pavel, Magic Christian, Peter Gloviczki, Dick Zimmerman, Bill Larsen, Claude Rix, Mike Skinner, Jules de Barros, Mike Rogers, Pete Biro
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 32 No. 6)
Claude Pahud (reviewer) Gala de Magie organisée par "La Pedale Chalonnaise" on a public show in Chalons-sur-Marne, Horace, Henk Vermeyden, Claude Toureil, Marc Albert, Ludow, Edernac, Gerard Majax, Hatta, Les Baladins, Pavel, Claude Rix, Tel Smit 1972
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 33 No. 2)
John Cornelius Threefold three spectators cut the deck, remember the bottom card of the pile and put the cards in their pockets, three thought of cards are divined, trick not named in these notes, name taken from "The Award-Winning Magic Of John Cornelius"
VariationsAlso published here 1980 1
Claude Rix Introduction
1995 9
Claude Rix Constitution d'un chapelet on different memorized decks
1995 11
Claude Rix Le chapelet de référence Claude Rix memorized deck
1995 14
Claude Rix Propriétés du chapelet modèle methods to go from Claude Rix stack into Vernon's Poker Demonstration, a spelling routine, a sucker trick and Guy Lammertyn's oil and water
  • Adaption de la routine de Dai Vernon
  • Routine de cartes épelées
  • L'erreur réparée
  • La routine de l'huile et l'eau de Guy Lammertyn
Inspired by 1995 15
Claude Rix Comment s'entrainer? how to learn a memorized deck
1995 19
Claude Rix Comment apprendre son chapelet on how to learn a memorized deck
1995 22
Claude Rix Chapelet et mnémotechnique learning a memorized deck with mnemotechnique
1995 23
Claude Rix Légende
1995 25
Claude Rix Le Tour inexpliqué two decks, two cards at same position
Related to 1995 26
Claude Rix Carte au nombre with two decks, stack and force
1995 27
Claude Rix Le tour impossible - jeu normal two cards are divined
1995 29
Claude Rix La poignée de cartes - 1ère variante packet is removed, amount of cards and card identities are divined
1995 31
Claude Rix La partie de cartes imaginaire packet is cut and card remembered, all cards from packet are divined ending with selection
1995 33
Claude Rix La Poignée de cartes... en couleur packet is removed from deck, performer names all cards from chosen color
1995 34
Claude Rix La poignée de cartes pour 2 spectateurs two packets are removed, identities are divined
Related to 1995 35
Claude Rix Le jeu marqué marking system for memorized deck
1995 37
Claude Rix Le tour impossible avec jeu marqué divination of selection
1995 38
Claude Rix Le tour impossible jeu rouge jeu bleu two spectators select the same card from two decks
1995 40
Claude Rix Le tour impossible avec 4 paquets spectator cuts four packets, cards on bottom of each packet are divined
Related to 1995 41
Claude Rix Le tour impossible avec 4 paquets sans connaitre l'ordre des cartes spectator cuts four packets, cards on bottom of each packet are divined, without memorized deck
1995 43
Claude Rix Le tour indescriptible spectator cuts four packets, cards on bottom of each packet are divined by apparently looking through table, fourth card is divined by spectator who sees card under the table
1995 44
Claude Rix Epelinternationale marking system for spelling cards of memorized deck
1995 47
Claude Rix, Edouard-Joseph Raynaly Les 6 cartes ou le tour de Raynaly pack is divided in six groups and six people think of a card in each packet, deck placed inside pocket and when first card is named performer removes it from pocket, other cards are divined à la Princess Card Trick
Inspired by
  • trick by Raynaly in "L'Illusioniste" March & April 1910.
1995 50
Claude Rix Les 6 cartes sans change de jeu using deck with duplicates
1995 53
Claude Rix Les 6 cartes troisième version ou le "Claude Rix Invisible Gimmick" pack is divided in six groups and six people think of a card in each packet, cards are divined
1995 55
Claude Rix Cartes à la commande named cards are produced from deck, various methods
Related to 1995 57
Claude Rix Les cartes en poche cards from shuffled deck are placed in various pockets and named cards are removed quickly
1995 61
Claude Rix 4ème... effet et 4ème prédiction predictions written on nested envelopes, in last envelope is odd card
Inspired by
  • Richard Vollmer's "Topsy Turvy" in "Tours de cartes automatiques - Tome 1"
1995 65
Claude Rix Vous êtes formidables! using a deck with numbers, numbers chosen match condition of shuffled deck
1995 67
Claude Rix Je suis formidable! deck is memorized and named numbers or cards are known by performer
1995 68
Claude Rix Le chapelet au nombre cards with numbers on backs
1995 69
Claude Rix, Medjid Kan Rezvani Le chapelet aux dessins picture stack based on memorized stack
1995 70
Claude Rix Les cloches de Nuremberg glass attached to string produces sound and divines position of named number, and is used to divine chosen card, calendar and second deck used for additional phase
1995 71
Claude Rix CarteS auX nombreS two decks and three cards
1995 73
Claude Rix, Hervé Pigny La coupe inversée various ideas with the inverse stack placement
Related to 1995 74
Claude Rix Le réveil cards are dealt on table, alarm clock starts when named card is dealt
1995 76
Claude Rix Encore le réveil! cards are dealt on table, alarm clock starts when named card is dealt, with additional prediction, Fred
Inspired by 1995 77
Claude Rix Téléphone card is divined using a fake mobile phone, multiple phases
1995 82
Claude Rix Triumphallaieux triumph using a memorized deck, variation where triumph and birthday book are combined
1995 85
Claude Rix Tarot/Faces all backs change to all faces then to normal deck
1995 87
Claude Rix Le jeu qui change de couleur
1995 90
Claude Rix, Guy Lammertyn Plus qu'un change de jeu cased deck secured with rubber bands, chosen card appears in balloon
1995 91
Claude Rix, Hervé Pigny Le jeu qui disparait all cards but thought of selection turn blank
1995 95
Claude Rix Subtilité pour magiciens et profanes stabbing routine repeated, using memorized deck and faro shuffle
1995 101
Claude Rix Stabbing suite. ou le tour qui trompa stabbing two selections, half forcing stack and memorized deck
1995 101
Claude Rix Mutus
1995 104
Claude Rix Les rouges et les noires - 1ère version - 1ère méthode performer is blindfolded, separates red and black cards
1995 106
Claude Rix Les rouges et les noires - 1ère version - 2ème méthode reference to Curry's Out of This World as follow-up to previous routine, without explanation
1995 106
Claude Rix, Maurice Gauthron Les rouges et les noires - 2ème version card to pocket with shuffled deck, then performer separates red and black cards
1995 107
Claude Rix Challenge... spectator shuffles, chains
1995 109
Claude Rix Challenge variante spectator shuffles
1995 110
Claude Rix Subtilités avec Faro notes on faro an memorized deck
1995 111
Claude Rix Pour magiciens et profanes with stooge
1995 112
Claude Rix Et avec une partenaire name of chosen card appears on arm of assistant
1995 115
Claude Rix Toujours avec une partenaire... assistant predicts three cards, deck is cut to select cards
1995 117
Claude Rix Adaption d'une routine de Marlo-Cornélius four spectator cut to card and remember it, three divined by performer and one by spectator
Inspired by 1995 121
Claude Rix Variante en rouge et bleu with two decks, three chosen cards are divined
1995 123
Claude Rix Le tour "estoupouflant..." three packets cut, cards are divined
1995 125
Claude Rix La sibylle des salons... mixture of different routines, Fred, birthday book and other coincidences
1995 127
Claude Rix Idées en vrac ideas with the memorized deck
1995 131
Claude Rix Le Joker têtu with two spectators, one is able to spell values other is not
1995 133
Claude Rix Bibliographie
1995 136
Martin Joyal An Overview of Memorized Stacks
  • Memorized Stack Characteristics
  • Overview of Memorized Stacks
    • The Nikola Stack (Louis Nikola)
    • The Ireland Stack (Laurie Ireland)
    • The McCaffrey Stack (William McCaffrey)
    • The Steele Stack (Rufus Steele)
    • The Marlo Stack (Ed Marlo)
    • The Skinner Stacks (Michael Skinner)
    • The Aronson Stack (Simon Aronson)
    • The Aldrich Stach (Steve Aldrich)
    • The Rix Stack (Claude Rix)
  • Summary
1997 49
Marc DeSouza Die Of Destiny card found with blank die and elimination process
  • Ambidextrous Destiny
  • Ambidextrous Destiny Plus
Inspired by
  • "The Magic Die" (Claude Rix, Original Close-Up Routines, lecture notes)
2001 113
Juan Tamariz The Three Piles three groups of cards are removed from fan, all cards are named by performer
  • First Variation (With a Medium)
  • Second Variation (Ideas)
  • Third Variation (A Classic)
Related to 2004 85
Juan Tamariz Obedient Cards named cards are produced from deck, various methods
Related to 2004 88
Patrick Page, Maurice Fogel The Four Packets spectator cuts deck into four piles, four cards on the bottom are divined
Related to 2011 101
David Oliver (reviewer) Revelation(s) by Claude Rix Nov. 2015
Genii (Vol. 78 No. 11)
Claude Rix, Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) Ravelli Meets Rix card selected by dealing deck into six piles and rolling dice several times, Ravelli addition with Himber wallet
2018 135