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Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Gary Ouellet Three-Second Wonder crossing hands when turning over top cards, inspiration according to "JawDroppers!"
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here Apr. 1987 Apocalypse (Vol. 10 No. 4) 1335
Randy Wakeman A Dime a Dozen
Variations 1989 Randy Wakeman Presents 87
Jeff McBride Kundalini Rising spectator holds cased deck as card rises
  • Tips and refinements
VariationsAlso published here
  • Genii, Vol. 51 No. 6, Dec. 1987
1991 Kundalini Rising 1
Chris Kenner Long Gone Silver three coin vanish and reproduction with wand
Variations 1992 Totally Out Of Control 62
Jack Carpenter The J. C. Pop-Out
Related to 1992 Modus Operandi 3
Paul Gertner Paul's Opener card repeatably chosen, travels to pocket, corner torn off and still chosen as whole card and torn corner transforms
Variations 1994 Steel and Silver 87
Ken Krenzel The Million Penny Mystery pencil vanish and appearance, clean
Related to 1997 Ingenuities 100
Joshua Jay Convincingly Clean Copper-Silver-Brass Chinese coin changes to silver, then to copper, then vanishes
VariationsAlso published here 1999 Magic Atlas 123
Rick Merrill Three Change three silver coins are produced, they change to international coins and back
Inspired by
  • "Ex-Troy-dinary" (Troy Hooser, DesTROYers, 2001)
Feb. 2005 Antinomy (Vol. 1 No. 1) 20
Rick Merrill The French Drop Sequence
Feb. 2005 Antinomy (Vol. 1 No. 1) 21
Rick Merrill The Restaurant Opener "A Cheeky Cheek-to-Cheek"
short multiple selection routine with ambitious card sequence (card to mouth, unfolded) and triumph finale
  • Opening locations and transpositions
  • An Ambitious Sequence, Card to Pocket, and "For the Unambitious"
  • Cheek to Cheek
Inspired by 2005 Home Schooled 4
Rick Merrill The Standup Opener six cards, deck ends up on floor after third selection, fourth from pocket, changes into fifth, last one in sock
2005 Home Schooled 11
Rick Merrill The Classic Force tips and handling
2005 Home Schooled 14
Rick Merrill Slip, Flip, Pop quick one-at-a-time revelation in pop-out position
Inspired byRelated to 2005 Home Schooled 15
Rick Merrill Sybil Cut Rise a card rises from one of the packets in Sybil cut display
Inspired by 2005 Home Schooled 16
Rick Merrill Sybil Cut Flush Ouellet's Ace production followed by Sybil cut with one Royal Flush cards at face of each packet
Related to 2005 Home Schooled 20
Rick Merrill The Da Vander Code impossible location, with stooge in audience that codes card
2005 Home Schooled 22
Rick Merrill Rune Klan's "Impromptu Hitman" with an Extra Punch coin and pen produced, both transpose and then vanish
  • A Production, a Return, and a Reproduction
  • The "Impromptu Hit Man" Sequence
  • The Double Vanish
Inspired byRelated to 2005 Home Schooled 24
Rick Merrill The Sleeving Technique for pens
Also published here 2005 Home Schooled 25
Rick Merrill The No-Sleeve Vanish wrist watch band
Inspired byAlso published here 2005 Home Schooled 30
Rick Merrill Home Schooled "The vanish and reproduction of a Sharpie that transforms into a No. 2 pencil"
Also published here 2005 Home Schooled 33
Rick Merrill On Sleeving "The evolution of an idea along with some advice"
  • The History
  • Thoughts on Sleeving
  • Thoughts on the Shirt
Also published here 2005 Home Schooled 34
Rick Merrill The Prodigal Cards
  • Part 1: Card Under Cardcase
  • Part 2: Card in Cardcase No. 1
  • Part 3: Card in Cardcase No. 2
  • Part 4: Deck Under Cardcase
  • Part 5: 51 Cards to Pocket (ish...)
  • Part 6: Deck to Cardcase
July 2007 Genii (Vol. 70 No. 7) 68
Rick Merrill Financial Marker pen transforms into coin
July 2007 Genii (Vol. 70 No. 7) 77
Rick Merrill Poor Man's Metamorphosis one card in mouth face outwards, covered with top of shirt for transformation, transposes with tabled card, duplicate
July 2007 Genii (Vol. 70 No. 7) 79
Rick Merrill Any Card at Any Number twenty-six decks
July 2007 Genii (Vol. 70 No. 7) 83
Rick Merrill Heart Up His Sleeve series of vanishes and productions with a Sharpie pen and a coin
  • A Production, a Return, and a Reproduction
  • The "Impromptu Hit Man" Sequence
  • The Double Vanish
Inspired byRelated to 2009 Sharpies & Coins 2
The Sleeving Technique for a pen
Also published here 2009 Sharpies & Coins 3
Rick Merrill The No-Sleeving Vanish vanish and reproduction of a pen, watchband
Related toAlso published here 2009 Sharpies & Coins 8
Rick Merrill Home Schooled vanish and reproduction of a pen, which then changes into pencil
Also published here 2009 Sharpies & Coins 11
Rick Merrill On Sleeving
  • The History
  • Thoughts on Sleeving
  • Thoughts o the Shirt
Also published here 2009 Sharpies & Coins 12
Rick Merrill Marker to Coin / Coin to Marker
2009 Sharpies & Coins 14
Rune Klan Impromptu Hit Man
VariationsAlso published here
  • MAGIC, Mar. 2004
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