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Four Packets of Cards having been Formed face downwards on the Table, to discover the Total Value of the Undermost Cards
Related to 1876 49
Charles T. Jordan Preface
1919 1
Charles T. Jordan Chapter I - Trailing the Dovetail Shuffle to its Lair "(with sidelights on one or two other shuffles)"
interlocking chain principle with up to three riffle shuffles
VariationsAlso published here 1919/1920 7
Charles T. Jordan Close Range Mind Reading No. 1, cards riffle shuffled once, low values removed, remaining thirty-two cards dealt into two piles, one card moved over and located, interlocking chains
Also published here 1919/1920 11
Charles T. Jordan Long Distance Mind Reading No. 2, card trick performed via mail, deck riffle shuffled once and cut in two halves, one card moved from one half to the other and either half mailed back
VariationsAlso published here 1919/1920 12
Charles T. Jordan Allowing a Spectator to Shuffle general comments
Also published here 1919/1920 16
Charles T. Jordan The Premo No. 3, card located after three riffle shuffles, interlocking chains, optional with marked deck or blindfolded
Also published here 1919/1920 17
Charles T. Jordan A Novel Detection No. 4, spectator counts down cards and remembers the last one, halves riffle shuffled together, interlocking chains
Also published here 1919/1920 22
Charles T. Jordan The Dealing Dovetail Detection No. 5, card is found after lots of real shuffling
Also published here 1919/1920 25
Charles T. Jordan Back and Front Count Sorting
Also published here 1919/1920 26
Charles T. Jordan Red/Black Shuffle running single cards in the center
Also published here 1919/1920 27
Charles T. Jordan The Rolling-off-a-Log Detection No. 6, card removed is found out, unusual presentation with card rolled to tube, one suit together
Also published here 1919/1920 28
Charles T. Jordan The Full Hand No. 7, four spectators select four cards each, those sixteen cards are riffle shuffled by performer and dropped in hat, performer takes out the cards of each spectator without looking
Also published here 1919/1920 30
Charles T. Jordan Perfect Riffle Shuffle without details, four shuffles for sixteen cards to recycle, "Mr. Downs, however, can handle a full pack of 52 cards with the degree of dexterity necessary to restore its original order."
Also published here 1919/1920 32
Charles T. Jordan Chapter II - Tricks of an Impromptu Nature "(requiring little or no skill)"
chapter intro
1919/1920 35
Charles T. Jordan The Simplicity Speller No. 9, card selected and cut into deck, long phrase with selection spelled, spelling to twenty-sixth card
VariationsAlso published here 1919/1920 37
Charles T. Jordan The Trio No. 10, also "The Thirty-first Mystery", updated from first edition, three cards predicted, new deck opened and three selected which match prediction, three duplicates palmed to deck, for original method see 1975 reference
Related to 1919/1920 40
Faced-Deck Switch deck secretly turned over
Also published here 1919/1920 42
Charles T. Jordan Odd or Even No. 11, spectator cuts off pile and spectator divined whether it's an odd or even number
1919/1920 42
Charles T. Jordan The Escape No. 12, card travels from rubber-banded half to other half, cards are secretly propelled to other half
Related toAlso published here 1919/1920 42
Charles T. Jordan The Bare-Faced Detection No. 13, card chosen by cutting, found with the faced towards the spectators at all times
Related toAlso published here 1919/1920 45
Charles T. Jordan The Twentieth Century Puzzle No. 14, chosen cards are returned into deck one by one and divined
Also published here 1919/1920 46
Charles T. Jordan Telepathic Control No. 15, card chosen after some dealing is divined
Also published here 1919/1920 48
Charles T. Jordan Multiple Card Glimpse during in-the-hands riffle shuffle
1919/1920 48
Charles T. Jordan Chapter III - Feats Requiring More or Less Manipulative Ability chapter intro
1919/1920 50
Charles T. Jordan The Single-Card Reverse No. 16
Also published here 1919/1920 50
Charles T. Jordan Shuffle Reverse at the end of an overhand shuffle
Also published here 1919/1920 50
Charles T. Jordan The Half-Pack Reverse No. 17
Also published here 1919/1920 52
Charles T. Jordan Half Reverse Cut bottom half is flipped over with left thumb as top half is cut to table
Related toAlso published here 1919/1920 53
Charles T. Jordan The Alternate Reverse No. 18, every other card is openly reversed, they all right themselves again
VariationsAlso published here 1919/1920 54
Charles T. Jordan Two Halves Exchange
Related toAlso published here 1919/1920 55
Charles T. Jordan The Pack that Cuts Itself No. 19, rubber-banded deck cuts itself at selection, duplicate
VariationsAlso published here 1919/1920 56
Charles T. Jordan The Impossible Journey No. 20, selection comes to top in rubber-banded deck, executing classic pass with rubber banded deck
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1919/1920 58
Charles T. Jordan Our Friends, the Aces No. 21, Conus-type gag phase, Aces vanish from three piles, but there are Jokers in fourth pile, they change back to Aces, duplicate Ace and four Jokers
Also published here 1919/1920 59
Charles T. Jordan Count Steal right hand counts cards from deck in left hand one by one, packet stolen at one point from bottom
Also published here 1919/1920 63
Charles T. Jordan Leave it to the Aces No. 22, Aces pushed in deck, named Ace lies next to selection, using Diagonal Palm Shift
VariationsAlso published here 1919/1920 64
Charles T. Jordan The Phantom Aces No. 23, four Aces are alternated in color, spectator cannot take two of same color
Also published here 1919/1920 65
Charles T. Jordan Jordan Count
Related to 1919/1920 65
Charles T. Jordan Chapter IV - Feats Requiring Previous Preparation chapter intro
1919/1920 67
James J. Moren Inside Pocket Bluff item removed from vest pocket, looks like inside pocket
Related toAlso published here 1919/1920 67
Charles T. Jordan Coluria No. 25, thirty-two-deck of cards is cut and dealt into six piles, two remaining cards pocketed, colors of top cards code bottom cards and cards in pocket, done out-of-room
Variations 1919/1920 68
Charles T. Jordan Satan's Trance No. 26, four cards removed from thirty-two-card deck and put in envelope, lights out, when lights are back on the names of cards are written on envelope
Variations 1919/1920 70
Charles T. Jordan Change Your Mind? No. 27, one of two cards thought-of, replaced, found
1919/1920 72
Charles T. Jordan Spelling Any Card Called For No. 28, full deck stack
VariationsAlso published here 1919/1920 74
Charles T. Jordan The Card and Number System No. 29, spectator deals piles, selects one, adds values, counts down to number and the card there is predicted
1919/1920 76
Charles T. Jordan The Card and Bag Mystery No. 30, Joker is put in envelope and pierced with thread inside a bag, it transposes with a selection, duplicate
Also published here 1919/1920 77
Charles T. Jordan Adios
1919/1920 80
Charles T. Jordan Preface
1920 1
Charles T. Jordan The Amazing Aces No. 1, four face-down cards put aside, Aces placed into four piles, they vanish and are the face-down cards
Also published here 1920 2
Charles T. Jordan Partial Packet Switch with left third-finger wedge break, right hand with packet drops some cards on deck and other are placed on remaining card with left fingers from behind
Also published here 1920 3
Charles T. Jordan Half-Pass Packet Switch back-to-back packet secretly turned over at rear of deck
Also published here 1920 5
Charles T. Jordan The Triple Escape No. 4, deck with selection is rubber-banded cross-wise, cased, rubber banded again and sealed in envelope, yet selection is produced from elsewhere
Also published here 1920 10
Charles T. Jordan Reverse English on the X-Ray No. 5, x-ray deck openly shown, card from another deck inserted, spectator looks through hole at index, card predicted, repeated
Also published here 1920 12
Charles T. Jordan The Stabbed Pair No. 6, spectator stabs knife in paper-wrapped deck between two selections
Also published here 1920 14
Charles T. Jordan The Brain Twister No. 7, deck has hole at one end with thread, selection reverses itself despite thread
Also published here 1920 15
Charles T. Jordan The Winged Cards No 8, two times ten cards in handkerchiefs, three cards travel across
Also published here 1920 17
Charles T. Jordan Double Deal brief
Also published here 1920 17
Charles T. Jordan Count Steal right hand counts cards from deck in left hand one by one, packet stolen at one point from bottom, also as undercount on p. 19
Also published here 1920 18
Charles T. Jordan, T. Nelson Downs The Spelling Fool! No. 9, spelling to suits and through values
Also published here 1920 19
Charles T. Jordan The Suits Unscrambled No. 10, all four Royal Flushes are shuffled together, performer memorized them apparently and brings out named suit from behind back
Also published here 1920 21
Charles T. Jordan Four-Way Sorting to back or front and up and down jogged
Related toAlso published here 1920 22
Charles T. Jordan Preface
1920 1
Charles T. Jordan The Cord Restored No. 1, with borrowed stiff cord
1920 2
Charles T. Jordan A New Ring Release No. 2, inside paper box
1920 5
Charles T. Jordan Another Date-Reading Trick No. 4, coins collected in head, date announced and coin instantly removed with that date, repeated, coin rubbed with soap
Also published here 1920 10
Charles T. Jordan The Ubiquitous Poker Chip No. 5, three hats and three red, blue and white chips are distributed, they assemble
Related to
  • "The Patriotic Billard Balls" (Hatton & Plate)
1920 12
Charles T. Jordan The "Full-View" Color-Changing Thimble No. 6, wax
1920 14
Charles T. Jordan The Letter-Mailing Mystery No. 7, stack of chips with numbers, set of envelopes, envelope and postage chosen with stack of chips are divined
1920 17
Charles T. Jordan A Clean Ball Production No. 8, empty glass put in paper tube, ball rolls out, wax
1920 19
Charles T. Jordan A Manipulative Opening No. 9, card, thimble and billiard ball are produced
1920 21
Charles T. Jordan The Book Mystery No. 10, page selected with knife stab, word counted to according to time on watch, word predicted, this book is a forcing book in which the fourteenth word on every page is "magician"
1920 22
Charles T. Jordan Preface
1920 2
Charles T. Jordan The Spirit Aces No. 1, four Sevens and four Aces in piles on table, two Sevens put on top of deck followed by two Aces, yet Aces are on table and all four Sevens on top of deck, two extra Aces and step gaff
Also published here 1920 3
Charles T. Jordan The Spook Card No. 2, card vanishes from small packet, five peek cards
Related toAlso published here 1920 6
Charles T. Jordan The Demon Color Change No. 3, multiple consecutive changes, second and rear cards remain the same, using glued triple cards
VariationsAlso published here 1920 7
Charles T. Jordan Double Facer Color Change front card drops to fingers under cover of other hand to perpendicular position, turned over
Also published here 1920 9
Charles T. Jordan A Unique Reverse No. 4, thought-of picture card reverses itself in the deck, using cards glued back-to-back at one end with one cut short
Also published here 1920 10
Charles T. Jordan Divino No. 5, deck dealt into two piles, card at position in one half remembered, deck pocketed, number named, card at that position is selection
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1920 11
Charles T. Jordan Joker Monte No. 6, three cards shown in fan and turned over, spectator cannot find Joker
Related toAlso published here 1920 13
Charles T. Jordan Optical Monte Move Variation with three cards and a gaff
1920 14
Charles T. Jordan Pedro Monte No. 7, three cards shown in fan and turned over, spectator cannot find card
Also published here 1920 14
Charles T. Jordan, William McGrew Speaking of Pink Elephants No. 8, named card changes back color, then the whole deck, card spelled to, card travels from one half to the other, red-blue peek deck cards
Related toAlso published here 1920 16
Charles T. Jordan The Contrary Clock No. 9, chosen card from clock layout transposes with Joker in pocket, duplicates in pocket
VariationsAlso published here 1920 19
Charles T. Jordan Inside Pocket Bluff item removed from vest pocket, looks like inside pocket
Related to 1920 21
Charles T. Jordan Transcendental Vision No. 10, stacked, one-way backs, "do you see a card of the same value in this pile?"
Also published here 1920 22
Charles T. Jordan Preface
1920 2
Charles T. Jordan The Mesmerized Alarm Clock No. 1, alarm clock set at any time by spectator and covered with napkin, hour divined
1920 3
Charles T. Jordan The Bewitched Umbrella No. 3, spectator cannot lift umbrella from performer's hand, thread
1920 6
Charles T. Jordan The Vanishing Coin No. 4, coin dropped into glass under handkerchief cover vanishes, no glass disc
Related to 1920 8
Charles T. Jordan Paper Tearing Supreme No. 5
1920 10
Louis Haley, Charles T. Jordan New Coin Trick No. 6, "a la Hang Ping Chien, With Apologies"
six coins under handkerchief on table transpose with die underneath table, coins with wax surface
Also published here 1920 12
Charles T. Jordan The Psychic Ring Release No. 7
Also published here 1920 14
Charles T. Jordan The Impromptu Mind Reader No. 8, sixteen words written on numbered papers, one chosen and divined, with memory system for sixteen items
1920 16
Charles T. Jordan Up Your Sleeve No. 9, coin dropped in sleeve and extracted from elbow
Also published here 1920 20
Charles T. Jordan The Mystic Knife No. 10, penknife dropped in glass under handkerchief cover, vanishes, reproduced from pocket
1920 21
Charles T. Jordan Preface
1920 1
Charles T. Jordan Satan's Prophecy No.1, one of four named cards by performer is chosen and card travels from half to other half in box at named number, card is also predicted on paper
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1920 2
Charles T. Jordan Loading a Card at a Position loading a cased card at certain position while putting cards back in case
Also published here 1920 3
Charles T. Jordan The Spirit Mathematician No. 2, half deck in performer's pocket, card with same suit and cards who add up to same domination as selection are produced, binary (Ace, Two, Four, Eight)
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1920 5
Charles T. Jordan Co-Incidentally No. 3, two decks, duplicate is found by selecting four cards and number from rolled dice
Also published here 1920 7
Charles T. Jordan Dice Force two outs
Also published here 1920 9
Charles T. Jordan The Pinochle Ace Trick No. 4, eight Aces from Pinochle deck, packets are formed and eliminated by throwing dice, Aces travel to one packet
Also published here 1920 10
Charles T. Jordan Addition & Switch cards from deck inserted in middle of packet in right hand, cumbersome
Also published here 1920 11
Charles T. Jordan The Vanishing Card No. 5, one of six cards vanishes and appears in performer's pocket
1920 12
Charles T. Jordan Packet Switch using deck, on outstretched hand
1920 13
Charles T. Jordan The Reversed Court Card No. 6, one of four court cards is reversed by spectator, performer divines which one, one-way on face of some Bicycle cards
Also published here 1920 14
Charles T. Jordan The New Pack Detection No. 7, deck is split in two and two cards selected and exchanged, both cards are divined
Also published here 1920 15
Charles T. Jordan The Life Saver No. 8, single card location, from new deck order
Also published here 1920 17
Charles T. Jordan The Impromptu Arranged Pack No. 9, from New Pack Order to Si Stebbins, dealing
Related toAlso published here 1920 20
Charles T. Jordan The Five Guesses No. 10, by asking five questions selection is found, sorting strategy with "can you see your card?"
Also published here 1920 23
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)
25
Charles T. Jordan Mephisto's Prediction position of selection is predicted
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
25
Charles T. Jordan Placement via Key Card deck dealt into piles, key which was next to selection is at same position as selection in different pile
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
25
Charles T. Jordan The Sequel position of two selections is predicted
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
26
Charles T. Jordan Sympathetic Sympathy two cards put in envelope from different decks match, can be repeated
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
27
Charles T. Jordan Slip Transfer from deck to deck, KM precursor
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
27
Charles T. Jordan The Unknown Leaper card at thought-of position transposes with unknown card or appears at same position in other packet
VariationsAlso published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
27
Charles T. Jordan The Mystery of the Aces with quarters, not small packets
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
29
Charles T. Jordan Fan Display hiding cards between third and fourth card
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
29
Charles T. Jordan Bottom Slip Cut
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
29
Charles T. Jordan The Aces Again
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
30
Charles T. Jordan The Impromptu Card Reader some hands dealt and performer knows cards in one of them, riffle stacking from bottom
Related toAlso published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
30
Charles T. Jordan Double Cut Handling in-the-hands with side jog
Variations 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
30
Charles T. Jordan, De Forrest The Diabolical Reversed Card (Improved) card reverses visibly à la tunnel effect
VariationsAlso published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
32
Charles T. Jordan Cremo! Card Restoration Extraordinary card forced via spelling procedure, duplicate in deck
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
33
Charles T. Jordan The Psychic Prediction total of six selections predicted, stack that will force the number 27, riffle shuffle with chains
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
34
Charles T. Jordan The Mysterious Detective three spectators pocket cards, performer names them, stack that can be riffle shuffled once
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
35
Charles T. Jordan Fate and the Joker card selected by stabbing joker, card named, stacked deck
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
35
Charles T. Jordan The Incomprehendo Speller set-up and one-way deck
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
36
Charles T. Jordan Telepathic Foresight chosen ad from magazine predicted
1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
37
Charles T. Jordan The Dollar and the Sucker dollar changes into chip in stiff paper
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
38
Charles T. Jordan The Acme Ring Release ring knotted on cord, released under handkerchief
Also published here 1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
39
Charles T. Jordan A Handkerchief Hint foil in double handkerchief so it can be handled as bundle when balled up
1921
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects)
39
Charles T. Jordan The Master Stop Trick four cards are selected and placed back in the deck, spectator deals through the deck and performer stops him at the selections, except the last one which is found in the performer's pocket
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
7
Charles T. Jordan Placement Control cards returned to spread with known distance, brought together under key with dealing procedure
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
7
Charles T. Jordan Improved Satan's Prophecy prediction, deck divided into two halves and a selected card vanishes from one half and appears at the position predicted in the other half
Related toAlso published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
8
Charles T. Jordan Card Vanish via Miscall four cards placed on table, one miscalled and forced
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
9
Charles T. Jordan The Vanishing Pair two selected cards are predicted and travel from one half to the other in card case, miscalling
Related toAlso published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
10
Charles T. Jordan The Four-to-One Detection similar to the 21 card trick, with sixteen cards, different layout & redistribution
1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
10
Charles T. Jordan Case Addition cards left in case added to center of inserted packet
1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
10
Charles T. Jordan The Assistance Card Trick follow up to last trick, card is selected and put in pocket, performer goes through the cards once and knows the missing one, clocking mod 13
1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
11
Charles T. Jordan The Inseparable Aces Aces distributed in deck, when dealt they are all together, multiple glide
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
13
Charles T. Jordan On Routining performing tricks in which the previous trick sets up the next
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
13
Charles T. Jordan Separation while Looking Through Cards while taking out the Aces, one apparently forgotten
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
13
Charles T. Jordan The Ready Reckoner spectator cuts off a packet, performer finds out how many, divided deck (clubs/diamonds and hearts/spades)
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
14
Charles T. Jordan The Pair Detection spectator removes a pair from a packet, performer finds out which cards, card counting, Parallel Principle precursor
Related toAlso published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
14
Charles T. Jordan The Dead Easy Location divided deck
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
15
Charles T. Jordan The Nifty Key
VariationsAlso published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
15
Charles T. Jordan The 49-Card Trick twenty-one card trick with forty-nine cards
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
17
Charles T. Jordan A Novel Force deck held high with faces towards audience in left hand, cards dealt until stopped, force card horizontally held by little finger
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
17
Charles T. Jordan The Fade-Out Vanish card from ten-card-packet vanishes
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
18
Charles T. Jordan Count Transfer as cards are counted into right hand with faces towards audience, one card is moved there behind the scenes
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
18
Charles T. Jordan Bewildero! spectator remembers card and position from face, then he counts to it from the back and loses it into one pile without looking at it again, it is on top of other pile and ditched or similar
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
19
Charles T. Jordan Bewildero the Second! selection ends up between two Aces after lots of counting
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
19
Charles T. Jordan Count the Cut spectator cuts off a packet, performer finds out how many by taking cards with the corresponding values from pocket, Si Stebbins
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
21
Charles T. Jordan The Discard Trick two cards chosen by fair cuts, spectator deals into piles and left-over cards are keys for selections
Related toAlso published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
21
Charles T. Jordan Recycling by Dealing dealing deck in seven piles, then six, then eight, then seven piles restores order
1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
21
Charles T. Jordan Diabolical Transposition two thought cards across with two decks, stacked, siamesa
VariationsAlso published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
22
Charles T. Jordan The Take a Peek Card Trick four groups shuffled, card chosen and by looking at the section it came from it is divined
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
22
Charles T. Jordan The Prophesied Spot Total stack that will force the number 69
Also published here 1922
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks)
23
Edward Bagshawe The "Decepta" Three Card Trick with a hinged card, jumbo cards
Related to 1924 27
William Larsen, T. Page Wright A Card Turns Over! card reverses visibly à la tunnel effect
Inspired by 1928 18
Charles T. Jordan The Wizard Spelling Master two banks that spell with nine resp. twelve card each
Also published here 1928 15
T. Page Wright Unknown Leaper variation card at thought-of position transposes with card in other half
Inspired by 1933 11
Arthur H. Buckley, Charles T. Jordan The Red and the Black card chosen and shuffled back, cards dealt, all are red except selection
1933 38
Charles T. Jordan Red-Black Shuffle riffle and overhand
1933 38
Theodore Annemann Synthetic Sympathy two cards from different decks match
Related toVariations Nov. 1934
The Jinx (Issue 2)
7
George Pearce, Charles T. Jordan Jordan's Spelling Card Mystery - Improved by George Pearce No. 40, card selected and cut into deck, long phrase with selection spelled to locate it
Inspired by 1935 38
Charles T. Jordan The Spectral Seamstress name of person is magically sewn on handkerchief
June 1936
The Jinx (Issue 21)
124
Charles T. Jordan Reversed Court Card four cards in a row, spectator turns one end for end, performer knows which one
Also published here 1937 18
Walter B. Gibson, Charles T. Jordan The Sagacious Joker four spectators pocket a card each, the joker is tapped against pocket and performer knows the cards, four methods (first one Charles T. Jordan's)
  • No. 2
  • No. 3
  • No. 4
Related to 1937 19
Ladson Butler The Whispering Queen deck is shuffled and dealt in four heaps, bottom cards divined
Related toVariations 1937 24
Charles T. Jordan Stampedo card identified with post stamp travels from packet into deck
Also published here 1937 25
Charles T. Jordan Color Divination colors separated, spectator moves red card in black pile, card is predicted, repeated
Also published here 1937 26
Charles T. Jordan Throw-Switch Addition
Also published here 1937 26
Charles T. Jordan The Vanishing Pair two cards travel from one half into half in card case, miscalling
Also published here 1937 26
Charles T. Jordan The Unknown Leaper card at thought-of position transposes with unknown card
Variations 1937 27
New Card Discovery two key cards above and below selection, spectator overhand shuffles briefly
Related to 1937 32
Charles T. Jordan, Arthur Finley The Secret Mathematician from any named card the performer removes a card with same suit and cards that add up to the value from pocketed deck, binary, spelled "Findley"
Related toAlso published here 1937 35
Howard Albright The Secret Mathematician - Variation
Inspired by 1937 36
Charles T. Jordan Trailing the Dovetail Shuffle to its Lair distributing stacked suit with two riffle shuffles
1937 42
Charles T. Jordan Wizard Spelling Master two banks that spell with nine resp. twelve card each
Also published here 1937 47
Charles T. Jordan Spectator's Red Black Shuffle spectator deals divided deck in two heaps and riffle shuffles them
1937 47
Charles T. Jordan Improved Chevalier deck shuffled twice, named suit removed, all values spelt out
Also published here 1937 56
Charles T. Jordan Spelling Any Card Called For full deck stack
Also published here 1937 56
Charles T. Jordan Incomprehendo Speller set-up and one-way deck
Also published here 1937 63
Charles T. Jordan Sympathetic Sympathy two cards put in envelope from different decks match, can be repeated
Also published here 1937 74
Charles T. Jordan, Walter B. Gibson Double Prediction two cards are counted to after reverse faro procedure, actually Walter Gibson's (see article "Reverse Faro Shuffle" on ConjuringCredits)
Related toAlso published here 1937 85
Charles T. Jordan Impenetrable Stop Trick performer tells spectator to stop when before he deals selection
Also published here 1937 85
Charles T. Jordan Mephisto's Prediction position of selection is predicted
Also published here 1937 86
Charles T. Jordan The Sequel position of two selections is predicted
Also published here 1937 86
Infallible Detection key card location
Also published here 1937 89
Spectator Riffle Shuffles and key remains on top or near top
Also published here 1937 89
Charles T. Jordan The Nifty Key
Also published here 1937 91
Charles T. Jordan Demon's Detection two key cards, out of hand selection procedure with dealing
Also published here 1937 94
Charles T. Jordan Fate and the Joker card selected by stabbing joker, card named, stacked deck
Also published here 1937 109
Charles T. Jordan Premo Detection one-way backs, alternating
Related toAlso published here 1937 143
Charles T. Jordan Twentieth Century Sorcery exploiting special feature on back of Bicycle Blue Thistle Backs
Also published here 1937 145
Charles T. Jordan Hummer Detection one-way backs that must not be set in one direction, sorting during performance as deck is dealt into two piles
Also published here 1937 159
Charles T. Jordan Transcendental Vision stacked, one-way backs, "do you see a card of the same value in this pile?"
Also published here 1937 161
Charles T. Jordan Incomprehendo stacked, one-way backs
1937 165
Charles T. Jordan Weirdo spectator names number, card at that position is predicted, repeated, for credit information see reference, mis-spelled "Wierdo"
Related toAlso published here 1937 173
Charles T. Jordan Long Distance Mindreading stacked deck mailed to friend with selection procedure, crib sheet at home
1937 174
Charles T. Jordan Hourglass Cards time on watch gives position of card, placement via dealing procedure and only performed at certain times
Also published here 1937 181
William Larsen, T. Page Wright Keystone Card Discovery two numbers named, predicted card is found at position equal to the difference between the two numbers after two failed count-downs, actually Jordan's?!
Related to 1937 182
Charles T. Jordan The Magi's Detection card counting to divine missing selection, keeping track of values and also suits
Related toAlso published here 1937 183
Charles T. Jordan The Flush Trick from underneath handkerchief performer removes any royal flush, mixing procedure
Also published here 1937 184
Charles T. Jordan Stop and Think odd/even system for divided deck
1937 196
Charles T. Jordan Novel Card Discovery odd/even system for divided deck, spectator riffle shuffles
Also published here 1937 197
Charles T. Jordan Improved Marvelous Prediction odd/even system for divided deck, spectator riffle shuffles, set-up in front of spectators by openly dealing into some heaps
Also published here 1937 197
Charles T. Jordan Ready Reckoner spectator cuts off a packet, performer finds out how many, divided deck
Also published here 1937 198
Charles T. Jordan The Pair Detection spectator removes a pair from a packet, performer finds out which cards, card counting, Parallel Principle precursor
Also published here 1937 198
Charles T. Jordan Dead Easy Location divided deck
Also published here 1937 199
Charles T. Jordan Odd or Even spectator pockets any card of a chosen suit, gray code applied to odd-even in one suit
1937 199
Charles T. Jordan The Wonder Force forcing the first red card in riffle shuffled deck, two methods
Related toAlso published here 1937 200
Charles T. Jordan Psychic Prediction total of six selections predicted, stack that will force the number 27, riffle shuffle with chains
Also published here 1937 200
Charles T. Jordan Prophesied Spot Total stack that will force the number 69
Also published here 1937 201
Charles T. Jordan Cagliostro's Vision complicated key card placement with dealing of a chosen number of piles
Also published here 1937 201
Charles T. Jordan Quadruple Deck Mystery odd-backed card lost in thick deck composed of three decks with dealing procedure, spectator reads off order and performer stops him at selection
Also published here 1937 202
Charles T. Jordan Addition with Case cards dropped from under case onto deck
Also published here 1937 202
Charles T. Jordan Mephistopheles' Touch divination with a stacked 32-card deck
VariationsAlso published here 1937 203
Charles T. Jordan The Fifteenth Card values of two selections are added and counted down, card predicted, half deck stack
1937 205
Charles T. Jordan Thought Foretold a card is burnt unseen and then deck is examined - one card missing, predicted
Also published here 1937 207
Charles T. Jordan Mysterious Detective three spectators pocket cards, performer names them, stack that can be riffle shuffled once
Also published here 1937 207
Charles T. Jordan Psycholia cards are chosen in different room and order is read aloud, card divined, secret second stacked deck
Also published here 1937 209
Charles T. Jordan The Wizard's Dream free selection in riffle shuffled deck is found, full stack and interlocking chains
Also published here 1937 210
Charles T. Jordan Diabolical Transposition two thought cards across with two decks, stacked
Also published here 1937 210
Charles T. Jordan Count the Cut spectator cuts off a packet, performer finds out how many by taking cards with the corresponding values from pocket, Si Stebbins
Also published here 1937 219
Charles T. Jordan A Discard Trick two cards chosen by fair cuts, spectator deals into piles and left-over cards are keys for selections
Also published here 1937 219
Charles T. Jordan Cremo Card Restoration card forced via spelling procedure, duplicate in deck
1937 220
Charles T. Jordan Strange Coincidence coincidence with card values where two values add up to a third selection, stack that will force the number ten
Also published here 1937 220
Charles T. Jordan Wizard's Will using stacked deck
Also published here 1937 224
Charles T. Jordan Double Divino coincidences and mates with stacked hundred-card-deck, see also single deck version in reference
VariationsAlso published here 1937 226
Charles T. Jordan The Missing Pair NPO deck dealt into four piles, spectator removes a value pair from any pile which is divined by performer
VariationsAlso published here 1937 226
Charles T. Jordan Premier Card Discovery odd/even
Also published here 1937 227
Charles T. Jordan Divino various coincidences with mates, see also hundred-cards-deck version in reference
Related to 1937 229
Charles T. Jordan New Pack Detection divided deck principle with new deck order
Also published here 1937 239
Telepathic Control after shuffling and cutting, spectator deals deck in four piles, performer knows top cards
Also published here 1937 240
Charles T. Jordan The Mystery Problem position of selection is predicted, svengali deck with different finish on force cards, ending clean with switch-out
Also published here 1937 251
Charles T. Jordan Just the Reverse card chosen and replaced, deck cased and dumped out again so the spectator can check it, card turns over, stripper card held back and then deck replaced reversed
Related toAlso published here