numeral-oh-gee \n using number cards \n amazing randi \n shigeo futagawa \n cardputer \n alex east \n lucky you \n michał kociołek
1979
apocalypse vol. 1-5 Amazing Randi, Shigeo Futagawa

cardputer \n using number cards, numbers on both sides \n alex east \n numeral-oh-gee \n amazing randi \n shigeo futagawa \n musical \n alex east
1982
spell-binder Alex East

stunumbers \n no. 17, some small numbers added, total predicted, using number cards, for credit information see "future choice" reference \n shigeo futagawa \n future choice \n peter duffie \n robin robertson \n urban legends \n karl fulves \n lucky you \n michał kociołek
1983
self-working number magic Shigeo Futagawa

Stunumbers

No. 17, some small numbers added, total predicted, using number cards, for credit information see "Future Choice" reference

upon reflection \n off-beat word prediction using cards with words on them and mirror \n shigeo futagawa
1986
the new york magic symposium — collection 5 Shigeo Futagawa

Upon Reflection

off-beat word prediction using cards with words on them and mirror

the poker palm shift \n poker hand changes four times \n brother john hamman \n shifty poker palm \n billy mcdonnell \n the teacher \n shigeo futagawa
1989
the secrets of brother john hamman Brother John Hamman

the teacher \n poker hand changes three times \n shigeo futagawa \n the poker palm shift \n brother john hamman
1995
the trapdoor — volume three Shigeo Futagawa

singles club \n off beat ace assembly, with four black cards, leader packet cards turn out to be black cards as well and aces found reversed in the deck \n shigeo futagawa
1997
the trapdoor — volume three Shigeo Futagawa

Singles Club

off beat ace assembly, with four black cards, leader packet cards turn out to be black cards as well and aces found reversed in the deck

power of one \n pyramid layout with cards, orientation is reversed and values reverse with it, two methods \n karl fulves \n "paranoiac pyramid" (shigeo futagawa, jan. 1992, genii) \n turnabout coins \n martin gardner
1997
the vampire chronicles Karl Fulves

Power of One

pyramid layout with cards, orientation is reversed and values reverse with it, two methods

future choice \n five envelope with numbers on either side, added in some way by spectator, total predicted, repeat, see vol. 2 reference for credit information \n peter duffie \n robin robertson \n "one to eight" (george sands, bill simon's mathematical magic, 1964) \n stunumbers \n shigeo futagawa \n notes & corrections \n max maven
2003
card conspiracy — vol. 1 Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

Future Choice

five envelope with numbers on either side, added in some way by spectator, total predicted, repeat, see Vol. 2 reference for credit information

Inspired by

"One to Eight" (George Sands, Bill Simon's Mathematical Magic, 1964)

urban legends \n four urban legends and their opposite on cards along with eight numbers, some cards are turned over and numbers added, force for 47
- second method
- background \n karl fulves \n stunumbers \n shigeo futagawa \n tri-out \n karl fulves
2006
prolix Karl Fulves

Urban Legends

four urban legends and their opposite on cards along with eight numbers, some cards are turned over and numbers added, force for 47

the lowdown \n spectator selects one of four cards, values of other three cards are counted from reminder to find mates \n derrick chung \n shigeo futagawa's "free choice coincidence" in "the lecture notes of shigeo futagawa" 1999
2018
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 11 Derrick Chung

The Lowdown

spectator selects one of four cards, values of other three cards are counted from reminder to find mates

Inspired by

Shigeo Futagawa's "Free Choice Coincidence" in "The Lecture Notes of Shigeo Futagawa" 1999

lucky you \n chosen card found at position established by sum of randomly chosen numbers written on pieces of paper, based on mathematical principle \n michał kociołek \n numeral-oh-gee \n amazing randi \n shigeo futagawa \n hummer's poker chip baffle \n bob hummer \n stunumbers \n shigeo futagawa
2019
plots & methods Michał Kociołek

Lucky You

Chosen card found at position established by sum of randomly chosen numbers written on pieces of paper, based on mathematical principle