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Jean Hugard The Handkerchief Force
Variations 1938 195
George G. Kaplan The "Impossible" Location using Natural Card
Related toVariations 1938 269
George G. Kaplan The Five Card Problem two cards, stacked deck
1938 283
George G. Kaplan A Brain Teaser card chosen behind back is divined, stacked deck
1938 285
George G. Kaplan Modern Long Distance Mind Reading card put from one half into the other is located, clocking
1938 286
George G. Kaplan Cagliostro's Card. A Prediction 20$ are bet on the outcome, six duplicates, short card, double backer
Related toVariations 1938 486
George G. Kaplan, Audley Walsh, Al Baker A Clever Card Discovery mathematical, based on Telephone Mystery
1942/27 208
George G. Kaplan Coin Extraction Perfected two coins wrapped in handkerchief, chosen one penetrates fabric
Also published here Mar. 1944
Hugard's Magic Monthly (Vol. 1 No. 10)
43
George G. Kaplan Numerology??? two decks, three cards are counted to in both decks and they match
Also published here May 1944
Hugard's Magic Monthly (Vol. 1 No. 12)
49
George G. Kaplan 3-2-1 divination of a total of three rolled dice
Also published here June 1944 55
George G. Kaplan A Winning Wager five cards shuffled in placed on a stand, selected one is predicted on a slate with houlette and duplicates
Variations Oct. 1944 73
Jean Hugard Hu-gardenias on George G. Kaplan
Dec. 1944 90
George G. Kaplan Coincidence? No. Prevision? Yes three decks, two shuffled and dealt face up, at one point same card appears at same position, this card is reversed in the third deck
Related toVariations 1945 94
James G. Thompson Jr. Biographical Sketches of Contributors
  • Theo. Annemann
  • Charles Arbuthnot
  • George E. Arrowsmith
  • Roger Barkann
  • Sylvan Barnet
  • Joseph L. Barnett
  • Raymond L. Beebe
  • Eugene Bernstein
  • J. B. Bobo
  • John N. Booth
  • Tom Bowyer
  • Vynn Boyar
  • Joan Brandon
  • Fred Braue
  • John Braun
  • Lu Brent
  • R. C. Buff
  • Clyde F. Cairy
  • Loring Campbell
  • Jack Chanin
  • Frank Chapman
  • Forest V. Chesbro
  • Milbourne Christopher
  • Eddie Clever
  • Stanley Collins
  • Mystic Craig
  • Thomas J. Crawford
  • John J. Crimmins, JR.
  • Paul J. Curry
  • Del Monte
  • Harry Dobrin
  • Ronald B. Edwards
  • Bruce Elliot
  • Professor El-Tab
  • Dr. E. G. Ervin
  • Dr. Henry Ridgely Evans
  • Val Evans
  • "Hen" Fetsch
  • Thomas B. Fitzgerald
  • Dariel Fitzkee
  • Sid Fleischman
  • Joseph Harman Fries
  • Martin Gardner
  • Teral Garrett
  • Walter B. Gibson
  • Arnold L. Grubin
  • Nelson C. Hahne
  • Hathaway
  • Royal V. Heath
  • Charles H. Hopkins
  • Jean Hugard
  • Mark Jacobs
  • R. M. Jamison
  • F. H. Jeudevine
  • Maurice Kains
  • George G. Kaplan
  • George Karger
  • Joseph A. Karson
  • Wilbur Kattner
  • Gerald Lynton Kaufman
  • Howard B. Kayton, M.D.
  • The Great Kolar
  • Gerald Kosky
  • Abril Lamarque
  • William W. Larsen
  • Sid Lorraine
  • Art Lyle
  • L. Vosburgh Lyons
  • Richard F. Madden
  • Greer Marechal, JR.
  • George McAthy
  • William H. McCaffrey
  • Jack McMillen
  • Harry Mendoza
  • Orville Meyer
  • John W. Mifflin
  • Chester Morris
  • Paul Morris
  • Frederick Mosteller
  • Robert A. Nelson
  • C. A. George Newmann
  • Grady S. Nicholson
  • Dr. Cecil E. Nixon
  • Charles Walter Nyquist
  • Dell O'Dell
  • Tom Osborne
  • George Harrison Pittman
  • Julien J. Proskauer
  • Clayton Rawson
  • Ralph W. Read
  • Dolf Rudin
  • Herb Rungie
  • Ned Rutledge
  • James J. Sanders
  • Lucille Pierce Saxon
  • Sigmar - The Magician
  • Jerry Sorensen
  • Willard S. Smith
  • George Starke
  • Dr. Raymond V. Stone, SR. (RAMO)
  • Harlan Tarbell
  • DR. Franklin Taylor
  • J. G. Thompson, JR.
  • Jack F. Trebel
  • M. Van Reese
  • Jack Vosburgh
  • Audley Valentine Walsh
  • Peter Warlock
  • Herman L. Weber
  • Bob Weill
  • William H. Wilson
  • Tommy Windsor
  • Howard H. Wise
  • Ed. Wolff
  • Michael F. Zens
1945 347
Dr. William T. Palchinas, George G. Kaplan A Sensational Prediction five cards shuffled in houlette and placed on a stand each, four removed, last one is predicted
Inspired by 1945 50
George G. Kaplan One in Five spectator adds four card to selection, performer divines it
Jan. 1945 94
George G. Kaplan Kaplan's Clock Trick card from circle to matchbox, thirteen duplicates
Related toVariationsAlso published here Feb. 1945 99
Leon Maguire, Mihlon Clayton The Cut and Restored Rope Trick handling of classic method
Inspired byRelated to Aug. 1945 140
George G. Kaplan Cut and Restored Rope "Tying the Knot after Cutting the Loop"
Related toAlso published here Sep. 1945 149
Sighting after Peek step
Related toAlso published here 1946 34
George G. Kaplan Foreword
1948 vii
George G. Kaplan The Short-Card principles for the corner-short
1948 4
George G. Kaplan The Corner-Short
1948 4
George G. Kaplan The Secret Gadget using nail-clip to short corners
1948 5
George G. Kaplan Advantages of the Corner-Short Procedure general comments on the use of corner shorts
1948 5
George G. Kaplan Locating the Corner-Short, and the Delayed-Action Control using the corner-short
1948 6
George G. Kaplan The Pencil Dot mark for the corner-short
1948 6
George G. Kaplan Avoiding Contrasts how to address the problem of white edges after cutting corners short
1948 8
George G. Kaplan The Kaplan Fan Cut method to bring corner short to the top
1948 9
George G. Kaplan To Bring the Corner-Short to the Bottom of the Pack two methods
1948 11
George G. Kaplan To Control a Selected Card by Means of the Corner-Short Hindu shuffle
1948 12
George G. Kaplan The Kaplan Control of a Glimpsed Card by Means of the Corner-Short
1948 12
George G. Kaplan Retaining Control of several Glimpsed Cards by Means of the Corner-Short
1948 14
George G. Kaplan Controlling Three Selected Cards by Means of the Corner-Short Hindu Shuffle handling
1948 16
George G. Kaplan To bring a Prearranged Packet above a Chosen Card by Means of the Corner-Short
1948 18
George G. Kaplan Obtaining a Desired Packet Instantly by Means of the Corner-Short
1948 19
George G. Kaplan Using the Corner-Short to Retain a Prearranged Deck in Order using corner-short as divider
1948 19
To Glimpse or Sight a Card Secretly used in conjunction with the peek
VariationsAlso published here 1948 35
George G. Kaplan Impromptu Marking of Cards rubbing thumb-nail on pencil
1948 37
George G. Kaplan Out-of-the-Room Selection using the corner-short
1948 42
George G. Kaplan The X-Ray Location newspaper over scattered cards using the corner-short
1948 43
George G. Kaplan Double-Back Corner-Short Location out of the room selection
Related to 1948 44
George G. Kaplan Mind-Reading with Two Subjects two card location using the corner-short
1948 46
George G. Kaplan The "Impossible" Discovery odd/even separation with corner-short as divider
1948 46
George G. Kaplan The Twenty-Sixth Card Location - Using a Corner-Short
1948 47
George G. Kaplan Au Naturelle magician says "stop" at a card whose value is used to count to selection, "Natural Card" (see next item)
1948 48
George G. Kaplan Natural Card using numerical value on card to count to selection that fits by chance, see also page 101
Related to 1948 49
George G. Kaplan The Topsy-Turvy Fan using odd/even separation and corner-short
1948 51
George G. Kaplan Will-o'-the-Wisp Routine sympathetic cards through newspaper with one cover only
Variations 1948 56
George G. Kaplan New Card Affinity spectator and performer each choose a card from half the deck, deck assembled, performer knows the distance of the two selections (originally next to each other)
1948 65
George G. Kaplan Revello Card Circle thirteen-card circle layout
1948 67
George G. Kaplan The "Stop!" Fan Discovery fan force
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1948 69
George G. Kaplan Kaplan's Clock Trick card from circle to matchbox, thirteen duplicates
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1948 72
George G. Kaplan A Lesson in Misdirection "self-worker"
1948 74
George G. Kaplan Rex Card Mystery three double facers
1948 79
George G. Kaplan Multiple Do As I Do five coincidences with a lot of counting
1948 88
George G. Kaplan Follow the Arrow bridge hand with thirteen pointer cards
1948 90
George G. Kaplan The Card in the Shoe using a stranger card
1948 93
George G. Kaplan, Dai Vernon The Royal Assembly Aces, Kings, Queens and Jacks of each suit separate into piles of their own kind
Variations 1948 94
George G. Kaplan The Captain Kidd Card (First Version) card lost, spectator deals through cards and performer stops him at a card whose value indicates position of selection, Natural Key
1948 101
George G. Kaplan The Captain Kidd Card (Second Version) card lost, spectator deals through cards and performer stops him at a card whose value indicates position of selection, Natural Key
1948 103
George G. Kaplan Magnetic Thought Transference matches placed on seven-card row on table, another match reacts magnetic to match on chosen card
1948 105
George G. Kaplan The Lie Detector
Variations 1948 110
George G. Kaplan Giant Trio-Flight three selected jumbo cards across with envelopes
VariationsAlso published here 1948 113
George G. Kaplan Envelope Switch
1948 115
George G. Kaplan Card-Stabbing three cards are stabbed from a gaffed (corner-marked) Tally-Ho deck
1948 119
George G. Kaplan The Kaplan Rising Cards several cards rise from a houlette
1948 124
George G. Kaplan The Card in the Balloon torn and restored (except missing corner) card in balloon
1948 128
George G. Kaplan A Winning Wager one of five jumbo cards is predicted, with stand for cards
1948 134
George G. Kaplan The Kaplan Torn and Restored Card restored card is strung on a ribbon in an envelope
1948 137
George G. Kaplan The Chameleon Card giant card transforms into selected card, using Monte sliding gaff
Also published here 1948 141
George G. Kaplan The Calcutta Mystery (First Version) two card prediction written with different colored pencils, one ahead
Inspired by
  • "The Bombay Mystery" (George Kaplan, marketed)
Variations
1948 148
George G. Kaplan The Calcutta Mystery (Second Version) without the colored pencils, with spectators initials, one ahead
1948 152
George G. Kaplan Do As I Do top card as key card
1948 155
George G. Kaplan The Princess Card Trick with repeat phase, divided-card gaffs
1948 158
George G. Kaplan Making Fake Indexes rubbing off ink and glueing new suit symbols, described for making divided picture cards
1948 159
George G. Kaplan The Yogi's Secret putting flesh-colored daub on spectators forehead for an out-of-the-room selection
Variations 1948 163
George G. Kaplan The New Brain-Wave Deck ordinary deck, using hindu force
Variations 1948 165
George G. Kaplan Mahatma Thought Control five spectators each pick four cards and select one, clever
Variations 1948 167
George G. Kaplan Psychic Sympathy spectator and performer choose and a sign a card from one half each, they find each others cards, duplicate
1948 173
George G. Kaplan Twenty-One Cards - A Double Prediction using in the hands anti-faro
1948 175
George G. Kaplan Crystal Clairvoyance featuring a napkin force
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here 1948 179
George G. Kaplan Dial two (forced via thrust stabbing procedure) cards are revealed over the phone
1948 181
George G. Kaplan Information, Please! on the phone revelation with a order of deck secretly used as list by medium
1948 182
George G. Kaplan The Medium´s Card Test 14/15 forced from one deck, card at that position in second deck has been predicted
1948 185
George G. Kaplan Yogi Spelling Test four groups of six progressive spelling sequences
1948 186
George G. Kaplan The Eighteen-Cards Spelling Trick one of eighteen cards thought of and then revealed with spelling procedure
1948 188
George G. Kaplan The Triple Spelling Trick with the corner-short
1948 191
George G. Kaplan The Three-Billet Test No. 1 card chosen and two thought of, all written on billets, performer divines them
1948 193
George G. Kaplan The Trance Quick-and-Dead Test living and dead test with divination of name, torn edge marking
1948 200
George G. Kaplan A Capitol Problem spectator writes name on business card which is put between two others and then in an envelope, performer divines name, hole in card for glimpse
1948 204
George G. Kaplan Do-As-I-Do Telephone Test forcing a number with cards
1948 209
George G. Kaplan An Improved Sealed-Message Reading card with secret information put in two nested envelopes
1948 211
George G. Kaplan Mind-Figures using a convex mirror in stack of billets
1948 214
George G. Kaplan The Spirit-Slates and Magazine Test for close-up work
1948 218
George G. Kaplan A Cigarette-Paper Pellet Switch on the tip of a pencil
1948 223
George G. Kaplan The Three-Billet Test No. 3 three different categories
Variations 1948 226
George G. Kaplan Forcing Three Numbers using cards
1948 230
George G. Kaplan The Odd-Even Force forcing an even or odd number with three dice, (reverse) svengali forcing deck
1948 231
George G. Kaplan The Kaplan Coin Switch
1948 236
George G. Kaplan The Kaplan Okito-Box Presentation pushing a coin through a tiny hole in the lid through the box and a card into glass
1948 237
George G. Kaplan Righting Move
Variations 1948 240
George G. Kaplan I Do As You Do ten coin puzzle
1948 241
George G. Kaplan The Stack of Quarters
1948 242
George G. Kaplan The Sympathetic Coins two silver, one copper and one copper/silver
1948 248
George G. Kaplan Coin-Extraction Perfected two coins and a handkerchief
Variations 1948 251
George G. Kaplan Gypsy Switch Handling
1948 251
George G. Kaplan The Spirit Handkerchief multiple knot routine with a Thayer "cabby" prop
1948 258
George G. Kaplan A Billiard-Ball Transposition two balls and two glasses, shell
1948 260
George G. Kaplan The Brema Tube and Bill loading the tube while showing it
1948 263
George G. Kaplan The Cigarette Vanish in Handkerchief seated at table, lapping thumb tip
1948 267
George G. Kaplan The Trap-Door 'Kerchief silk for switching objects
1948 268
George G. Kaplan Tying the Knot for the Rope Trick "easy, smooth procedure"
Also published here 1948 272
George G. Kaplan The Bent Pin pin is stuck in table, performer slaps it and bends it instead of piercing his hand
1948 274
George G. Kaplan, Dai Vernon, Al Baker The Game of "Thirty-One" Played with a Die
1948 275
George G. Kaplan The Fifteen Match-Sticks Puzzle game/puzzle
1948 279
George G. Kaplan Ben Ali's Rope using extra loop
1948 286
George G. Kaplan The Lemon Trick two bills with similar numbers, flash paper bill
1948 292
George G. Kaplan Switching the Bill
1948 297
George G. Kaplan Card, Crystal Ball, and Panties impromptu stooge, card visible in crystal ball, then performer reads spectator's mind with gag revelation (paper panties)
Related toVariations 1948 301
George G. Kaplan The Gypsy Thread Trick with spectator
1948 305
George G. Kaplan The Comedy of Errors transposition of a candle and a handkerchief plus a mind-reading gag where audience divines spectator's card
1948 313
George G. Kaplan The Kaplan Nest of Boxes Routine
1948 319
George G. Kaplan Chapter 11: Concluding Observations "Magic is a fine art.", on magic as an art, practical tips on organizing tricks in lists and on index cards
1948 329
George G. Kaplan Alice in Wonderland - A New Adventure die box with appearing rabbit as climax, Alice in Wonderland story
Also published here July 1948 437
George G. Kaplan The Kaplan Coin Transposition coins can be marked, with handkerchief
Aug. 1948 447
John J. Crimmins Jr. (reviewer) The Fine Art of Magic by George G. Kaplan Oct. 1948 472
John Scarne Scarne's Six-Way Baffler No. 107, Magician can divine number of cards, and red and black cards in two spectators' packets
Related to 1950 206
George G. Kaplan Variation on Six-Way Baffler No. 108, simplified version of trick
Related to 1950 210
George G. Kaplan Kaplan's Impromptu Want Ad Test want ad page is torn and pieces placed inside envelopes, chosen envelope is divined by performer
Jan. 1950 619
George G. Kaplan Magiquotes quote from Fine Art of Magic
Aug. 1950 690
Lu Brent A Unique Location
Inspired by
  • "Telephone Card Trick" (Al Baker, Audley Walsh)
Related to
1956 12
Eddie Fields Yogi You-Do-As-I-Do flesh-colored daub on spectator's forehead
Inspired byAlso published here 1968 54
George G. Kaplan Kaplan's Cut and Restored Rope Knot after rope has been cut, tying the knot in a normal way
Also published here 1968 58
Peter Kane The "My Best" Coincidence two decks shuffled and counted down until match occurs, this card is predicted
Inspired by 1971 11
George G. Kaplan Surrealism "No" gag prediction, on piece of paper
1972 61
George G. Kaplan Discovery
1972 151
Arthur Finley Natural Key Card within No. 16, a card that falls at its numerical position
Related toAlso published here 1972 9
Paul Curry Turn of the Century setting double backer as key card, out-of-hand selection procedure
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1974 57
Dr. Dan J. Alessini Oh! Calcutta! two cards predicted, with two different colored pens
Inspired by 1974
Magick (Issue 100)
499
Sam Dalal Women Can Tell... ESP deck, card selected and sealed in envelope, spectator divines symbol by looking into crystal ball
Related to 1974
Magick (Issue 116)
577
George G. Kaplan Fan Stop Force
1976 41
George G. Kaplan Carta Cameleon giant card transforms into selected card, using Monte sliding gaff
Also published here 1977 73
Lewis Ganson Variation on Kaplan's Righting Move
Inspired by 1978 33
Paul Fleming (reviewer) The Fine Art of Magic by George G. Kaplan 1979 113
George G. Kaplan Alice im Wunderland children's patter for die box
Also published here Apr. 1979
Intermagic (Vol. 6 No. 1)
12
Harry Riser Hundred Dollar Prediction one of five, duplicates and divided card
Inspired byVariations 1981
Arcane (Issue 6)
64
Juan Tamariz Asamblea Real
Inspired byAlso published here 1982 25
Roy Johnson Time Please with variation, folded card in matchbox
Inspired by 1984 1
Roy Johnson Klok card vanish among twelve cards, second phase card to matchbox
Inspired byRelated to 1984 7
Edward Marlo Poor Man's Prediction one of five cards from deck chosen, matches odd-backed prediction, four duplicates
Inspired byAlso published here 1984 128
George G. Kaplan Riesenkarten-Wanderung three selected jumbo cards across with envelopes
Also published here May 1984
Intermagic (Vol. 11 No. 1)
10
Thomas Alan Waters Qwhite question is written on a card and sealed in an envelope, answer given ans message appears on another blank card
Related to 1985
Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Myxtyr)
660
Albert Goshman Cards Thru Newspaper credit information, cards pass through newspaper.
Inspired byRelated toAlso published here 1985 105
Karl Fulves, Aage Darling, George G. Kaplan V.I.P. No. 58, spectators write down some presidents, assistant divines them
1985 102
George G. Kaplan Kaplan's Uhren-Trick card from circle to matchbox, thirteen duplicates
Also published here May 1986
Intermagic (Vol. 12 No. 2)
85
Rudolf Braunmüller Trickpotpourri intro to trick selection from George G. Kaplan
Apr. 1988
Intermagic (Vol. 13 No. 4)
167
George G. Kaplan Die Zauberkugel wooden ball with hole threaded onto thread, instantly removed under silk, ungaffed
Also published here
  • Hugard's Magic Monthly
Apr. 1988
Intermagic (Vol. 13 No. 4)
167
George G. Kaplan Zwei Münzen tauschen die Plätze silver and copper coins transpose with handkerchief
Also published here
  • Hugard's Magic Monthly
Apr. 1988
Intermagic (Vol. 13 No. 4)
169
George G. Kaplan Perfekte Münzextraktion two coins wrapped in handkerchief, chosen one penetrates fabric
Also published here Apr. 1988
Intermagic (Vol. 13 No. 4)
172
George G. Kaplan Das zerschnittene und wiederhergestellte Seil
Also published here
  • Hugard's Magic Monthly
Apr. 1988
Intermagic (Vol. 13 No. 4)
173
George G. Kaplan Der Seilzerschneide-Knoten
Also published here
  • Hugard's Magic Monthly
Apr. 1988
Intermagic (Vol. 13 No. 4)
175
George G. Kaplan Zickzack spectator remembers a card at a thought-of number from one to ten in one half, performer does same in other half, the cards transpose, ten duplicates or impromptu
  • Vorführung mit normalem Spiel
Also published here
  • Zig-Zag, Hugard's Magic Monthly
Apr. 1988
Intermagic (Vol. 13 No. 4)
177
George G. Kaplan Ein Stegreif-Annoncentest ads torn out of newspaper and put in envelopes, ad in chosen envelope divined, cross cut force with envelopes
Also published here
  • Hugard's Magic Monthly
Apr. 1988
Intermagic (Vol. 13 No. 4)
179
George G. Kaplan 3-2-1 divination of a total of three rolled dice
Also published here Apr. 1988
Intermagic (Vol. 13 No. 4)
181
George G. Kaplan Numerologie two decks, three cards are counted to in both decks and they match
Also published here Apr. 1988
Intermagic (Vol. 13 No. 4)
182
John Bannon Oh Calcutta thought of and dealt-to card are predicted, one ahead
Inspired by 1990 11
Doc Eason Crystal Ball instant stooge, spectator reads card in crystal ball
Related to 1990
Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 3 No. 1-5 Aspen Bar Magic)
13
Larry Becker Crystal-Eyes second spectator sees chosen ESP symbol in wristwatch
Related to 1992 194
Al Baker, Audley Walsh, George G. Kaplan, Vicente Canuto El Doble Cero spectator looks at top card an moves cards from bottom to top matching value of selection
Inspired by 1993 84
George G. Kaplan, Arthur H. Buckley 1.- Por Separación del Meñique y Volteo two methods
Also published here 1993 222
George G. Kaplan Der Groß-Umschlag switching method for large envelopes
Nov. 1994
Intermagic (Vol. 19 No. 1)
20
Robert Parrish The Brain Wave ungaffed, Hindu forcing odd-backed card
Inspired by 1995 58
George G. Kaplan Stop! Fan Force brief
1995 8
George G. Kaplan Fan Stop Force
1996 77
Jörg Alexander Weber Sighting the Card riffle peek, handling for the glimpse
Inspired byAlso published here 1996 188
George G. Kaplan, Jörg Alexander Weber Das Fächerforcieren nach Kaplan
  • Ausweichstrategien bei der Fächerforce
Also published here 1996 190
, George G. Kaplan The 'Stop' Fan Discovery brief
Related to 1998 95
Dick Ferguson, George G. Kaplan, Roberto Giobbi The Invisible Card selected card vanishes from five card packet and reappeares reversed in the deck
Inspired by 1998 523
Roy Johnson Der Karten-Uhrentrick variation of Kaplan's clock trick
Inspired byRelated to 1998
Intermagic (Vol. 22 No. 1)
30
Jon Racherbaumer Clocker Shocker clock trick with small packet triumph sequence, selection travels from packet to deck
Inspired by Oct. 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 10)
53
George G. Kaplan Der Geistertafel-Magazin-Test two slates shown and placed aside, six cards chosen to locate page in magazine, headline appears on slates
1999
Intermagic (Vol. 23 No. 2)
71
George G. Kaplan Forcing under a Handkerchief
Also published here 2000 802
Jörg Alexander Weber Feminine Intuition first 1992
Inspired byAlso published here 2000 201
Jörg Alexander Weber, George G. Kaplan The Fan Force According to Kaplan
Also published here 2000 205
George G. Kaplan The "Stop" Fan Discovery
Related to 2000 59
Steve Beam Forked Fan Force ending with two cards, one eliminated verbally
Related toAlso published here 2000 223
Karl Fulves, John Scarne, George G. Kaplan Triple Find No. 53, three dice rolled, two piles made from those numbers, three cards turned face-up correspond to numbers on dice
2001 121
Eric Mead Speaking Volumes
Related to June 2002
Genii (Vol. 65 No. 6)
28
Cushing Strout The Left-Handed Clock Cards dealt into clock formation, card is located using a spinning physics toy as the clock hand
Inspired by 2005 24
Tomas Blomberg Freakish Miracle #3 three decks, two are shuffled and dealt face up and cards counted until same cards appear, same card is also found in third deck at the same position
Related to 2006 17
George G. Kaplan The "Stop!" Fan Discovery brief
Also published here 2008 259
Michael Weber, Paul Curry An Old (sheared) Black Ram2 variations on Curry's idea:
  • Easy
  • A Little More Work
  • Even More Work (position of selection named)
  • Great Minds Think Alike (further credits)
  • And For Those Who Read This Far
Inspired byRelated to 2010 3
Karl Fulves The Option Pass
Inspired by 2011
Prolix (Issue 9)
612
Karl Fulves Escape Hatch
Inspired by 2011
Prolix (Issue 9)
620
Doc Eason Crystal Ball Delight instant stooge, spectator reads card in crystal ball
Inspired byRelated to 2012 79
Alberto de Figueiredo Advinaciones al Cubo word from dictionary, date and drawing are divined
Inspired by 2013 95
George G. Kaplan The Kaplan Force
Aug. 2013
Genii (Vol. 76 No. 8)
54
Roberto Mansilla Cartomagia de Salón - El Triple Vuelo
  • Artifices
three selected jumbo cards across with envelopes
Inspired byAlso published here 2014
El Manuscrito (Vol. 7 No. 30)
1020
Steve Beam Scorecard V mathematical Revelation of a randomly generated number
Inspired by
  • Coincidence (George G. Kaplan, The Linking Ring, Feb. 1951)
Related to
2015 145
Tino Plaz Kristallklar two cards are divined with a crystal ball, a spectator divines the third selection
Inspired by 2018 10
Roberto Mansilla Giant Trio Flight II
  • Artifices
three selected jumbo cards across with envelopes
Also published here June 2020
Genii (Vol. 83 No. 6)
54
Jon Racherbaumer Counting on Lothar
  • Exhumations
card lost, three backwards counts done, cards added to count to selections, Natural Card
Related to May 2022
Genii (Vol. 85 No. 5)
54
Juan Tamariz Multiple Divination four cards given to five spectators each, with honest riffle shuffle after the selection procedure
  • My Version
  • Enhanced Version (showing bigger groups to the spectators during divination phase)
Inspired byVariations 2022 32