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Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Joseph Dunninger Nomenclature three random names are spelled, selection found, automatic placement procedure
Related toVariationsAlso published here Oct. 1939
The Jinx (Issue 64)
Albert Cohn Combination dealing trick
Inspired by 1940
The Jinx (Issue 91)
Albert Cohn Betcha holding a burning paper match upside down for 50 seconds
Apr. 1943
The Phoenix (Issue 32)
Albert Cohn Mental Marvels with general comments on mentalism, two numbers thought of and divined (psychological forces), last number or word always is right
Related to Dec. 1945 171
Albert Cohn An alternative test name that a spectator thinks of is predicted
Dec. 1945 180
Albert Cohn Second alternative change in spectator's pocket is predicted, one off, perhaps spectator has left a penny in the pocket
Related to Dec. 1945 180
Albert Cohn The Homing Card using Ovette / Kelly Move to add card to case
Aug. 1946 241
Paul LePaul, Louis Zingone, Edward Marlo, Albert Cohn, James F. Herpick Buckle Up No. 105, performer finds face-up selection among face-down cards sight unseen
Variations 1950 200
Psychological Forces Psychological forces with psychologically appealing numbers (37, 68)
Related to 1956 173
Albert Cohn Quasi-Mental you know top card of cut deck, bold
1972 64
Sam Aaronson Cups and Balls see also p. 780 for note by Mike Rogers, p. 863 for Al Cohn credit by Richard Stride, p. 1053 for comment by Milton Tropp
Related to Aug. 1974 778
Albert Cohn Under the Jacket Move holdout edge of jacket
1976 28
Albert Cohn Al Cohn's Spongeball Routine
1976 97
Albert Cohn Spongeball to Rubber Nut
1976 196
Albert Cohn Cups & Balls five phases, see p. 1053 for comment by Milton Tropp
Related to 1976
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10 No. Close-Up Folio #6)
Albert Cohn Sponge Balls traveling into spectator's hand claimed by Cohn, see p. 1328 for further comment on the history (quote from Expert Manipulation Finale, Ganson)
The Chronicles (Issue 21)
Albert Cohn False Transfer
The Chronicles (Issue 21)
A Mind for Figures No. 10, psychological force of two numbers, "It will work most of the time"
Related to 1979 13
Ted Lesley European Chit-Chat idea for confabulation, money in spectator's pocket is missed, more money found in other pocket
Related to Apr. 1993
Vibrations (Vol. 15 No. 10)
Ted Lesley Spare Change prediction of amount of coins spectator has in wallet, missing a coin in spectator's pocket is added to match prediction
Related toAlso published here 1994 109
Ryan Schlutz Strange Gift spectator gives twelve cards to performer, he knows number of red cards and sorts them under table
Inspired byAlso published here 2017 14