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Conrad C. Bush The Lemon and the Dollar see page 99 for improvement by Leo H. Sullivan
Apr. 1935
The Jinx (Issue 7)
Conrad C. Bush Silver or Copper silver or copper coin penetrates handkerchief, expansion of texture
Related to May 1936
The Jinx (Issue 20)
A. Kojima Lightning Link see also p. 684 for credit information, and p. 757 for more credit information by Sid Lorraine regarding Dr. Fred Ervis and Richard Durham
Related toVariationsAlso published here Oct. 1973 675
Conrad C. Bush The Linking Ropes
Inspired by Oct. 1973 679
Conrad C. Bush Complete Circle three ropes tied into loops, they then form one big loop, then repeat and the big loop is actually one rope
Related to Aug. 1974 784
Tom Hubbard From Tom Hubbard
Related to 1979
Interlocutor (Issue 30)
Brother John Hamman The Pinochle Trick ungaffed, Gemini Count
Related toVariationsAlso published here Oct. 1983
The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 14)
Conrad C. Bush Think of a Card - Blank Deck Method counting procedure with double blank cards and dots
1983 233
Conrad C. Bush, M. J. Oeink M.J. Oeink's False Shuffle no cover cards
1984 118
Conrad C. Bush Pinochle Plus
Inspired by Nov. 1985
Epoptica (Issue 7)
Dai Vernon, Sam Schwartz Vernon's Rope Puzzle performer ties his fingers up with rope, pulls, rope comes free, spectator cannot duplicate it
  • The Vernon Puzzle (Method #1)
  • Notes by Karl Fulves
  • The Vernon Puzzle (Method #2)
Related to 1986 46
Conrad C. Bush It was Just an Optical Illusion three knots on rope are placed on hand and vanish
1987 19
Conrad C. Bush Impromptu Card Rise with new deck order version by Karl Fulves
1996 16
Conrad C. Bush A Cut Above three cards chosen with riffle procedure and shown to spectators one by one (bold riffle force of bottom card), then found, done one-handed
Variations 1999
Underworld (Issue 10)
Norman Osborn Double Choice two cards chosen with Charlier Cut procedure, one put back, performer can name which one spectator holds and optionally which one he put back
Inspired by 2000
Discoverie (Issue 2)
Conrad C. Bush, Dai Vernon String Thru Hand string penetrates fingers, credit information
  • String Thru Fingers I
  • String Thru Fingers II
  • String Thru Fingers III
Related to 2010
Prolix (Issue 7)
Copper or Silver silver or copper coin penetrates coin
Related to 2010
Prolix (Issue 7)