days of force \n calendar number force \n mel stover \n fortunes of a wise fool \n stephen minch \n rainbow matrix \n philip t. goldstein \n walter b. gibson \n maurice kraitchik \n rainbow matrix \n philip t. goldstein \n walter b. gibson \n maurice kraitchik \n matrix number force \n thomas alan waters \n quintasense \n thomas alan waters \n ringo-bingo \n stephen tucker \n rethink \n philip t. goldstein \n threesum \n thomas alan waters \n calendar prediction \n mel stover
1945
the phoenix 51-100 Mel Stover

from gergonne to gargantua \n chapter intro, describes gergonne's pile problem, which is basically the 21 card trick using twenty seven cards \n joseph diez gergonne \n naming the position of the card \n unknown \n bringing the card to a named position \n unknown \n walker's method \n thomas walker \n naming the card \n unknown \n relation to ternary system \n mel stover \n gargantua's ten-pile problem \n mel stover \n hummer's die mystery \n bob hummer \n sorcerer's sevens iii \n charles hudson \n pile driver \n matt baker
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Joseph Diez Gergonne

From Gergonne to Gargantua

Chapter intro, describes Gergonne's Pile Problem, which is basically the 21 card trick using twenty seven cards

relation to ternary system \n 21 card trick with twenty seven cards, mathematical relation to ternary counting system \n mel stover \n from gergonne to gargantua \n joseph diez gergonne \n gargantua's ten-pile problem \n mel stover
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Mel Stover

Relation to Ternary System

21 card trick with twenty seven cards, mathematical relation to ternary counting system

gargantua's ten-pile problem \n 21 card trick but done with ten billion playing cards \n mel stover \n relation to ternary system \n mel stover \n from gergonne to gargantua \n joseph diez gergonne
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Mel Stover

Gargantua's Ten-pile Problem

21 card trick but done with TEN BILLION PLAYING CARDS

stover's prediction \n four by four square drawn on calendar, four circles drawn (draw circle and cross out row and column each time), magician divines the sum \n mel stover
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Mel Stover

Stover's Prediction

Four by four square drawn on calendar, four circles drawn (draw circle and cross out row and column each time), magician divines the sum

the irrisistible force \n \n mel stover \n rainbow matrix \n philip t. goldstein \n walter b. gibson \n maurice kraitchik \n rainbow matrix \n philip t. goldstein \n walter b. gibson \n maurice kraitchik \n threesum \n thomas alan waters \n force majeur \n philip t. goldstein \n tile force \n doug canning
1957
the new phoenix 301-348 Mel Stover

the immovable object \n ice in glass is moved to other glasses several times, while performer's back is turned, he then eliminates all empty glasses \n mel stover \n the immovable object \n mel stover \n stover's game \n mel stover
1957
the new phoenix 301-348 Mel Stover

The Immovable Object

ice in glass is moved to other glasses several times, while performer's back is turned, he then eliminates all empty glasses

and then there were none \n small-packet brainwave posed as a problem, face-up three card monte \n bob still \n and then there were none \n karl fulves \n face-up monte \n mel stover
1966
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Bob Still

And Then There Were None

small-packet Brainwave posed as a problem, face-up three card monte

the compleat gamester \n proposition bets
- birthday bet (see p. 292 for mel stover comment)
- red and black (martin gardner)
- license plate poker
- ace-deuce-jack variations
- black and white
- coin swindles
- 3-card poker
- odds on favorite (omega bet, card pushed in reversed and pairs dealt off) \n karl fulves \n p. 282 for comment by lu brent \n the compleat gamester addition \n martin gardner \n ace-deuce-jack \n karl fulves \n more proposition bets \n karl fulves \n the omega bet \n karl fulves \n guess again \n karl fulves \n the omega bet - updated \n nick trost \n al thatcher
1969
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Karl Fulves

The Compleat Gamester

proposition bets

Birthday Bet (see p. 292 for Mel Stover comment)

Red And Black (Martin Gardner)

License Plate Poker

Ace-Deuce-Jack Variations

Black And White

Coin Swindles

3-Card Poker

Odds On Favorite (Omega Bet, card pushed in reversed and pairs dealt off)

marnase false cut \n also as slip cut \n edward marlo \n s. w. erdnase \n winnipeg false cut \n mel stover \n the raised marnase false cut \n edward marlo \n combi-null cuts \n edward marlo \n marnase false cut \n edward marlo \n table-cut (poker) \n steve forte
1971
kabbala — volume 1 Edward Marlo, S. W. Erdnase

winnipeg false cut \n one simple cut \n mel stover \n marnase false cut \n edward marlo \n s. w. erdnase \n the one, two, three winnipeg cut \n mel stover \n neil see \n the tabled winnipeg cut \n wesley james
1972
million dollar card secrets Mel Stover

fortunes of a wise fool \n based on an idea by ed mellon, matrix force \n stephen minch \n days of force \n mel stover \n quintasense \n thomas alan waters
1974
the book of thoth Stephen Minch

hyper card \n posed as problem with illustration \n martin gardner \n hyper card \n karl fulves \n kim iles \n mel stover \n howard lyons
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Martin Gardner

hyper card \n various ideas with the hypercard \n karl fulves \n kim iles \n mel stover \n howard lyons \n hyper card \n martin gardner \n notes \n karl fulves \n hypercard \n karl fulves \n the fifth dimension \n mel stover \n howard lyons \n karl fulves \n the card \n robert e. neale
1978
the chronicles Karl Fulves, Kim Iles, Mel Stover, Howard Lyons

notes \n hypercard constructed from double facer with attached back piece
- elastrik
- oddments \n karl fulves \n hyper card \n karl fulves \n kim iles \n mel stover \n howard lyons
1978
the chronicles Karl Fulves

Notes

hypercard constructed from double facer with attached back piece

hypercard \n on the idea of combining hypercard with moebius strip \n karl fulves \n hyper card \n karl fulves \n kim iles \n mel stover \n howard lyons
1979
interlocutor Karl Fulves

Hypercard

on the idea of combining Hypercard with Moebius strip

the immovable object \n ice in glass is moved to other glasses several times, while performer's back is turned, he then eliminates all empty glasses \n mel stover \n the immovable object \n mel stover
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Mel Stover

The Immovable Object

ice in glass is moved to other glasses several times, while performer's back is turned, he then eliminates all empty glasses

rainbow matrix \n number force with a magic square \n philip t. goldstein \n walter b. gibson \n maurice kraitchik \n days of force \n mel stover \n the irrisistible force \n mel stover \n by the numbers \n lewis jones \n rainbow matrix - weber notes \n michael weber
1980
the violet book of mentalism Philip T. Goldstein, Walter B. Gibson, Maurice Kraitchik

the one, two, three winnipeg cut \n \n mel stover \n neil see \n winnipeg false cut \n mel stover
1982
the close-up magic of frank garcia — part ii Mel Stover, Neil See

rainbow matrix \n number force with a magic square \n philip t. goldstein \n walter b. gibson \n maurice kraitchik \n days of force \n mel stover \n the irrisistible force \n mel stover
1982
shuffled lecture Philip T. Goldstein, Walter B. Gibson, Maurice Kraitchik

ringo-bingo \n stover's days of force with bingo cards \n stephen tucker \n days of force \n mel stover \n rethink \n philip t. goldstein
1982
spell-binder Stephen Tucker

quintasense \n some tarot cards are selected via the matrix force, reading, written on paper matches the selected cards \n thomas alan waters \n stephen minch's "book of thoth" p.41. \n days of force \n mel stover \n fortunes of a wise fool \n stephen minch
1982
mind, myth & magick Thomas Alan Waters

Quintasense

some tarot cards are selected via the matrix force, reading, written on paper matches the selected cards

rethink \n stover's days of force with bingo cards \n philip t. goldstein \n days of force \n mel stover \n ringo-bingo \n stephen tucker
1983
spell-binder Philip T. Goldstein

threesum \n triple prediction on selected playing cards, with bingo chart (stover's "irrisistible force") \n thomas alan waters \n peter warlock's "caught thoughts" in "pentagram" vol. 10, no. 6, 1956. p. 49. \n days of force \n mel stover \n the irrisistible force \n mel stover
1984
mind, myth & magick Thomas Alan Waters

Threesum

triple prediction on selected playing cards, with Bingo chart (Stover's "irrisistible Force")

Inspired by

Peter Warlock's "Caught Thoughts" in "Pentagram" Vol. 10, No. 6, 1956. P. 49.

force majeur \n matrix force for any number, approach to mel stover's "irresistible force" \n philip t. goldstein \n the irrisistible force \n mel stover
1987
doth Philip T. Goldstein

Force Majeur

matrix force for any number, approach to Mel Stover's "Irresistible Force"

immovable object \n no. 78, six numbered glasses, coin moved from glass to glass \n bob hummer \n stewart james \n mel stover \n karl fulves
1989
self-working coin magic Bob Hummer, Stewart James, Mel Stover, Karl Fulves

Immovable Object

No. 78, six numbered glasses, coin moved from glass to glass

armchair golfer \n mel stover's vanishing pencil (version of the magic egg puzzle), pencil on paper changes places with pencil on initialed paper \n tom craven
1992
the trapdoor — volume two Tom Craven

Armchair Golfer

Mel Stover's Vanishing Pencil (version of the Magic Egg Puzzle), pencil on paper changes places with pencil on initialed paper

introduction \n on alternative medicine, superstition, ufos, david blaine, david copperfield, mel stover's passing, morey bernstein's passing \n karl fulves \n database \n karl fulves
1999
the fine print Karl Fulves

Introduction

on alternative medicine, superstition, ufos, David Blaine, David Copperfield, Mel Stover's passing, Morey Bernstein's passing

stover's game \n no. 90, eight cards in circle, glass moved around and cards are eliminated, final card predicted \n mel stover \n the immovable object \n mel stover
2001
new self-working card tricks Mel Stover

Stover's Game

No. 90, eight cards in circle, glass moved around and cards are eliminated, final card predicted

the card \n presenting the hyper card \n robert e. neale \n hyper card \n karl fulves \n kim iles \n mel stover \n howard lyons \n moves \n robert e. neale \n hyperflexagon \n robert e. neale \n hoaxcard \n robert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

tile force \n variation on the matrix force. number force with grid \n doug canning \n mathematical recreations by maurice kraitchik, 1942. \n the irrisistible force \n mel stover
2015
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 9 Doug Canning

Tile Force

Variation on the matrix force. Number force with grid

narrow minded \n approach with three selections, with discussion of think-a-card methods \n nathan colwell \n "okosa" (mel stover, ibidem #5)
2020
magic for blm Nathan Colwell

Narrow Minded

approach with three selections, with discussion of think-a-card methods