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Deviner d'avance celle de quatre cartes qu'une personne prendra librement spectator names a card that has been touched by another spectator from a group of four cards, performer whispers card to him previously
Variations 1786 149
To Change one Pack for another special pockets (pochette) at trousers & profonde, multiple methods
Related to 1889 34
S. W. Erdnase Introduction
Related to 1902 9
S. W. Erdnase III. To Retain Bottom Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck
Related to 1902 32
S. W. Erdnase V. To Retain Bottom Stock. Riffle II and Cut IV Combination Riffle and Cuts
Related to 1902 44
S. W. Erdnase Second Dealing two methods
Related to 1902 58
S. W. Erdnase The Erdnase System of Palming - Top Palm. First Method
Related toVariations 1902 83
S. W. Erdnase Bottom Palm. First Method with left little finger option
Related toVariations 1902 86
S. W. Erdnase The Open Shift color change mention on page 134
Related toVariations 1902 132
S. W. Erdnase The S.W.E. Shift color change mention on page 136
Related toVariations 1902 134
Blind Shuffles, Retaining Entire Order. - First Method
Related toVariations 1902 159
S. W. Erdnase The Exclusive Coterie
Related toVariations 1902 172
S. W. Erdnase The Invisible Flight
Related to 1902 177
S. W. Erdnase The Traveling Cards
Related to 1902 185
Al Baker How to exchange a pack of cards a prearranged pack pocket
Related to 1920s
The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue The Twenty-Five Dollar Manuscript)
Jack Merlin A Routine of Sleights at the Card Table
  • cards in spectator's pocket, card fished out very fast
  • second and bottom dealing expose
Related toVariations 1927/28 2
Jack Merlin Deck Switch in the pocket, while getting a handkerchief
Variations 1927/28 19
Laurie Ireland Producing Selected Card at Any Number and At The Same Time Cold Packing any card is produced from pocket at named (small) number from shuffled deck, switch for memorized deck
Related toVariations 1931 19
Theodore Annemann The Tune Detective card found by dealing to selected song lyric / beat
Related toAlso published here 1934 31
Theodore Annemann The $ 1,000 Test Card Location stacked, risky
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1934 43
Theodore Annemann A Card to be Thought About three way out, OOSOOM type
Related toAlso published here Aug. 1935
The Jinx (Issue 11)
The Key Card Principle - An Example of Presentation
Variations 1935 9
Method of Changing Packs selection produced at named number from pocketed deck
Variations 1935 15
Al Baker Gee!! deck vanish, with handkerchief, unload in pocket
VariationsAlso published here 1935 7
Theodore Annemann Remote Control odd-backed unknown card signed on back is chosen from face, red-blue sticky double backer
Related toVariationsAlso published here
  • "Remote Control" (The Sphinx, July 1929, Max Holden's column, description without method)
1937 121
The Wrapped Pack with knife, svengali deck
Related to 1937 249
Theodore Annemann The Mentalist's Card Staggerer one of five is divined, duplicates
Variations 1937 285
Impromptu Poker Deal
Variations 1937 373
Henry Christ Dead Man's Hand selection found and dead man's hand dealt to someone, incorporating audible shot for shock effect
Related toVariations June 1937
The Jinx (Issue 33)
Frank Travers Gambler at Large! stack for demo with several games (Poker, Blackjack, Bridge)
Related to Dec. 1937
The Jinx (Issue 39)
Edward Victor A New "Glide" out-jogged
Related toVariations 1937 6
Red and Black Location with Riffle Shuffle spectator cuts off cards, remembers bottom card and riffle shuffles packet into rest
Variations 1938 87
A Matter of Debit and Credit "I have as many cards as you have, and enough....", magician twice divines correct number of cut off cards
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1938 157
Capt. J.E. Stone Switching the Pack: I. Using Well in Table
Related to 1938 206
Capt. J.E. Stone III. Using a Handkerchief and Coat Pocket
Related to 1938 207
Sam Leo Horowitz A Psychological Discovery two-pile-stop trick with Eight/Nine alternating set-up
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1938 549
William H. McCaffrey The Telephone Trick assistant names card over telephone, see also "Fragment: Introduction for The Telephone Trick" on page 1150
Related toAlso published here 1938 566
Jean Hugard Robert-Houdin Problem letter by Hugard about a burnt paper restored in nest of envelopes, posed as problem
Related to Sep. 1938
The Jinx (Issue 48)
Aage Rasmussen Der Bote des Teufels from Alexander Hermann's act, three selections end up in envelope, brief
VariationsAlso published here
  • "Magi"
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 1 No. 3&4)
The Double Lift Turnover two methods
Related toVariations 1940 8
Jean Hugard The Side Slip two methods
Related to 1940 31
Louis Zingone The Zingone Perfect Table Pass
Related to 1940 39
False Shuffle Retaining Top Stock
Related to 1940 69
The Fadeaway Card Change
Related toVariations 1940 81
The Gamblers' Crimp isolated card
Related to 1940 91
Covers for the Glimpse three covers
Related to 1940 100
Separating the Colors slop shuffle
Related to 1940 115
Gambler's Card Marking System with crimps
Related to 1940 131
Using the Rear Palm tips
Related to 1940 141
Jack McMillen Mind Mirror one suit on top, two honest riffle shuffles
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1940 223
Frederick Braue The Pop-Up Card
Variations 1940 285
Rub-A-Dub-Dub transformation and vanish
Related toVariations 1940 301
The Vanishing Pack with handkerchief
Related toVariations 1940 315
The Psychic Stop! at seventh position, psychological
Related toVariations 1940 330
Crystal Thought duplicate, mexican turnover
Related toVariations 1940 335
The Seventh Son spectator finds three mates
Related toVariations 1940 389
The Twenty-Sixth Location get-ready trick to get key in center, spelling
Related toVariations 1940 397
Theodore Annemann The Whistle two cards reverse with fun presentation
Variations Feb. 1940
The Jinx (Issue 80)
Bob Hummer Face Up Prediction spectator and performer turn cards over in the deck, number of reversed cards is predicted
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1940 4
Stewart James Further Than That production of selection, Royal Flush, and other stuff
Related toVariationsAlso published here Apr. 1941
The Jinx (Issue 134)
The Bottom Palm Simplified with general comments
Related to 1941 7
Dai Vernon "Topping The Deck"
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1941/49 7
Edward Marlo Marlo's Lessinout System of Cull and Stock Shuffles without injogs or outjogs
  • Lessinout Cull
  • Lessinout Stack
VariationsAlso published here 1942 14
Theodore Annemann, Kenneth Chamberlain A Cute Publicity Stunt name of chosen card appears printed in newspaper
Related to 1944 43
Clayton Rawson The Mental Broadcast wax
Variations 1945 108
John Scarne Triple Coincidence two decks, three cards exchanged
Variations 1946
Stars of Magic (Vol. 1 No. 2)
Warren Wiersbe In My Estimation ... performer cuts off same amount of cards as spectator
Related toVariations 1946 6
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue The Invisible Pass
VariationsAlso published here 1946 11
Bob Hummer The Lonely Card CATO routine, cards turned face up, performer takes packet behind back and reverses all cards except selection
VariationsAlso published here 1946 2
I Should Judge spectator cuts to and remembers a card, deck dealt into five pile and spectator says which pile has his selection, spectator deals through cards and performer stops him at selection
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1946 38
Edward Marlo Aces over Kings Aces and Kings, third quartet comes in, should be named "Aces, Kings & Tens"
Related toVariations 1947 52
A Poker Player's Picnic no-touch, little bit of dealing involved
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1948 16
Thought Stealer progressive set up
Variations 1948 23
Kangaroo Card jumpes out of hat
Related to 1948 159
George G. Kaplan The Lie Detector
Variations 1948 110
Karrell Fox The Question Is...
Related toVariations 1948 96
Bruce Elliott The Back Room on Jay Marshall, Phil Upton on "ghoti", Tom Osborne
Related to Oct. 1948
The Phoenix (Issue 162)
Paul LePaul A Flourish And A Pass deck spreads itself between hands
Related toVariations 1949 35
Paul LePaul An Automatic Jog-Control
Related toVariations 1949 99
Paul LePaul The Substitution Envelope Mystery selection changes places with a card in an envelope
Related toVariations 1949 143
Paul LePaul Cards in a Sealed Envelope construction of loading envelopes, four signed Aces
Related toVariations 1949 214
Martin Gardner Five Nine King card chosen, three piles arranged as in Poker Player's Picnic, on top of the piles are then the mates that match the selection
Related to 1949 11
Dai Vernon Multiple Card Control Hindu Shuffle and crimp/locator
Related toVariations 1950 453
Dai Vernon The All Backs
  • Details of Handling
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1950 459
Bob Hummer Hummers Mathematical 3 Card Monte mathematical three card monte
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1951 1
Eddie Fields, Glenn Harrison Miracle Coins to the Pocket coins to glass in jacket pocket, tube from breast to coat pocket, in the book credited to Glenn Harrison, see Giobbi for credit detail
Related to 1952 168
Bill Simon Business Card Prophesy two cards predicted on business card, business card is pushed into deck and the two cards next to it match prediction, for credit information see Scarne reference "Business Card ESP"
Related toVariations 1952 32
Bill Simon Double Rise two cards placed on the table, half of the deck put on each, both rise to the top
Variations 1952 139
Edward Marlo Visual Transposition
Variations 1953 121
Bruce Elliott, Dai Vernon The Ambitious Card! last phase in spectator's hands (Vernon)
Related to 1953 160
Bill Nord The Magic of Manhattan cut the deck into two piles, one pile is counted, the two digits in the number of cards is added together to get a single digit, count down to that number in that pile to find selection, the phrase THE MAGIC OF MANHATTAN is spelled to find selection, ten-twenty force principle as control
Related toVariations 1956 20
Dai Vernon The Cups and Balls
Related toVariations 1957 125
Dai Vernon Climax for a Dice Routine two in the hand one in the pocket start, ending with jumbo and miniature die
Related toVariations 1957 183
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) Unter der Zündholzschachtel spectator locates a chosen card with a matchbox, selection is predicted on back of matchbox
Related to 1958
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 19 No. 1)
Alex Elmsley 7-16 down under deal, Ace of Spades remains, game presentation
Related toVariationsAlso published here Mar. 1958
Ibidem (Issue 13)
Dai Vernon Emotional Reaction key card
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1959 7
Dai Vernon Repeat "Do as I do" Spectator and Magician exchange cards from different colored decks which match. Sets up again.
Variations 1959 17
Dai Vernon Dai Vernon's Colour Changing Pack
Variations 1959 25
The Movie Second unorthodox
Related toVariations 1959 54
Al Leech The Spectator Does a Trick two cards tell value and suit, "Untouchted" with touching
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1959 6
Al Leech A Dishonest Mistake card found reversed in the deck leads to selection, Aces produced as climax
Variations 1959 21
Dai Vernon Simple Arithmetic one of thirteen, using the Two of Clubs
Related toVariations 1960 9
Dai Vernon, Paul Rosini Staring Him in the Face nerve trick with cased deck
Related toVariations 1961 33
Edward Marlo The Bottom Palm delayed, first angle jogged and held with only right hand
Related to 1961 12
Cliff Green The Double Lift two methods, end for end turnover, thumb pushes behind first finger
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1961 16
Charlie Miller The Jest of the Joker or "The Joker Is A Diakka", joker placed aside, ace with three x cards on table, other aces vanish, pile becomes four jokers, joker becomes ace, then pile becomes aces again
Variations 1961 18
Charlie Miller The Torn Card seated, direct
Related toVariations 1961 22
Harry Lorayne The Moving Pencil card signed on back, psychological face-up spread force
Related toVariations 1962 158
Edward Marlo Marlo Miracle Aces classic faro Ace cutting ("estimation aces"), last Ace found at named number
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1964 44
Larry Jennings Monarch's Quartette "Chapter Thirteen"
Variations 1967 83
Dai Vernon Key Card Placement running cut
Related toVariations 1967 159
Dai Vernon Cold Deck Cut
Related toVariations 1967 168
J. W. Sarles Posi-Negative Cards Magnetic Colors variation
Related toVariationsAlso published here May 1967 99
Charlie Miller General Remarks tips on performing
Variations 1967 4
Al Koran Torn & Restored Cigarette Paper
Variations 1968 43
Al Koran Princess Card Trick...Plus deck shuffled after selections, deck switch
Related toVariations 1968 71
Al Koran Double Thought spectator finds performer's card and the other way around, marked deck
Related toVariations 1968 89
Frank Thompson, Alton Sharpe Undercover Surprise deck changes into lemon underneath silk, card is in it
Variations 1968 64
Jim Ryan Vice-Versa two spectators get the wrong card, then they transpose, duplicate
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1968 79
Eddie Fields Dropsy Diddle spectator locates selection in face-up/face-down shuffled deck by dropping coin on card in a spread, "you card is under the coin" with miniature card under the coin and top change
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1968 65
Roy Walton Oil and Queens transformation kicker
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1969 15
G. W. Hunter, Dai Vernon The G. W. Hunter False Shuffle
Related to 1970 14
Dai Vernon, Eugene L. Bulson Brief and Random Notes "made by Dr. Eugene L. Bulson at a Dai Vernon Lecture in Chicago on December 1, 1946"
Related to 1970 39
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) The Australian Sixes two spectators find their cards
Related toVariations 1971 164
Karl Fulves Cards And A Number... counting selection procedure
Variations 1971 5
Sam Schwartz Working Against Time egg timer with miniature card on bottom used, card under egg timer change into selection with "the card under the timer" line
Related to Feb. 1971
Kabbala — Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 2)
Peter Kane Jazz Aces
VariationsAlso published here 1971 8
Lin Searles Moracle packet cut off and reduced to one card via reverse faros, this card predicted and four Aces on top of discard piles, see also p. 486 for comment by Charles Hudson
Inspired byRelated toVariations July 1971 430
J. W. Sarles Further Than That credit information (Larsen & Wright's "Bonus Card Trick"), production of selection, Royal Flush, see also p. 840 for idea by Cushing Strout
Inspired byVariations Nov. 1971 467
Roy Walton Travellers in Time red and black cards are separated, each half mixed face-up into face-down and top card placed into center, time machine plot, cards again on top, all cards face-down and mixed
VariationsAlso published here 1971 22
Harry Crawford, Louis Tannen "Ear It Is" impromptu vanishing sequence of pen and paper, behind ear
Variations 1972 199
Jim Surprise Surprise Collectors
Related toVariations 1972 21
Mack Picknick Picnick's Aces Aces to top
Variations 1972 89
Dai Vernon Vernon's Automatic Mento Stop Trick No. 8, spectator stops dealing at a card, its values is used to count down again, 1-0-1-set-up
Related toVariations 1972 7
Dai Vernon Vernon's Ectoplasmic Aces No. 70, four Aces on table, deck placed onto one and it travels to top, repeated three more times, cryptic
Variations 1972 21
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Great Card Discovery No. 157, transposition where one card changes to selection
VariationsAlso published here 1972 40
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's - Jordan Poker Deal No. 176, three-handed poker game, performer's hand changes twice to beat the other two hands one by one
Inspired byVariations 1972 43
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Four Ace Trick Variation No. 224, Aces really on bottom of each packet, all packets lost in deck one by one, Aces are on top
Variations 1972 55
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Poker Deal No. 232, stacking demonstration with Aces, then Royal Flush
Related toVariations 1972 58
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Variation Of Jack Merlin's Gambler's Expose Routine No. 248, second deal demo, bottom deal demo, false and stacking shuffle demo
Inspired byRelated toVariations 1972 62
Card To Envelope Wrinkle No. 565, erasing pencil-written address and write spectator's address on it
Variations 1972 158
Sam Leo Horowitz Horowitz's Poker Deal No. 611, overhand stacking demonstration with Aces, then repeat deal with Nines in one hand and Royal Flush in another
Variations 1972 169
Al Leech, Frank Garcia Ace Faroleros lost and found Aces, change to Kings, Aces found again
Inspired byVariations 1973 59
Switching a Deck - Three Methods three methods, all use the lap
Related to 1973 99
Convention Card Location two card location, spectator turns half over back to back and remembers last face-up card
Variations 1973 130
Frank Garcia, Roger Smith O'Henry (Slow Motion) Four Aces
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here 1973 199
Karl Fulves Negative Stock Shuffle changing the number of players of a stacked set, posed as a problem
Related to 1973 21
Lin Searles Aces Up
Related toVariations Autumn 1973
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 8th Folio)
Tony Faro Spectator Magician card is on the table, spectator makes two piles, one top card for the value the other for the suit
Related toVariations Sep. 1974
Pabular (Vol. 1 No. 1)
Sam Schwartz Thot Echo two card location, straight set-up, see also p. 758 for comment by Marvin Johnson
VariationsAlso published here Mar. 1974 715
Fred Robinson Focus on Bob Haines, Paul Curry, Ed Schuman, Daryl Smith, Gordon Bruce, The Magic Circle, Eric Eswin, Francis Giles, Alex Elmsley's lines to say to a friend after a bad show
Related to Dec. 1975
Pabular (Vol. 2 No. 4)
Jon Racherbaumer Hand-Out Wild Card sticker on blank card multiplies
VariationsAlso published here 1976
Kabbala — Volume 3 (Vol. 3 No. 3)
Darwin Ortiz, Marvin Johnson Magician's Sleeper Aces Hitchcock Aces variation
Related toVariations 1976
Kabbala — Volume 3 (Vol. 3 No. 6)
Paul Harris The Phantom transpo of chosen card in one packet with unknown phantom card
Variations 1976 23
Tony Slydini One Coin Routine eleven phases, featuring lapping vanishes, retrievals, hand penetration
Related toAlso published here 1976 70
Frank Thompson Phase 1 - The Flash Ace Opener four Aces cut to one by one, with variations on p. 6
Variations 1976 1
Martin A. Nash The Impossible Spread Extraction see p. 446 for additional crediting
Related toVariations 1977 179
Martin A. Nash In The Nick Of Time touching only before the selection is made, performer shouts stop as spectator deals right at his card, see p. 447 for additional crediting
Related toVariations 1977 218
Frank Garcia, Fred Kaps Something Special wild card with signatures on blank cards
Variations 1977 87
Diveswitch in pocket
Related to 1977 17
Ken Krenzel Marionette Multiple Coin Vanish
Related toVariations Apr. 1978
Apocalypse (Vol. 1 No. 4)
Paul Harris Cardician's Blendo Four and Six melt together to a Ten spot
VariationsAlso published here 1978 136
Edward Marlo, Frank Pemper Joker Switch Jokers forgotten on table
Related toVariations 1978 44
Billy McComb, Ken De Courcy Cabaret Card Divination divination of seven cards that have been taken from a shuffled deck, last card predicted in envelope
Related toVariations 1978 1
Scott Weiser, Darwin Ortiz, Les Shore Cutting Remarks coin cut, then spectator chooses any card and this one is predicted on back of coin
Related to 1979 125
Karl Fulves Stopped Twice two prediction cards placed in deck during dealing by spectator end up next to their mates, "Gemini Twins"
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1979 2
Philip T. Goldstein Matswitch under cover of close up mat in context of routine in which card travels to under mat
Related to Jan. 1980
Apocalypse (Vol. 3 No. 1)
Unusual Piece of Business side faro shuffle to maintain selection on top
Variations 1980 21
Father Cyprian Quick Change
Variations 1980 43
Bob Hummer Hummer's 18 Card Mystery spectator takes eighteen cards and turns over the top two cards and cuts the pile, that step is repeated as often as he likes, then the performer takes the cards behind his back and divines the amount of reversed cards
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1980 7
Jon Racherbaumer The Disassembling Jokers
Related toVariations 1981 39
Jean-Jacques Sanvert Cannibals French Style transformation climax
Variations 1981 47
Stephen Tucker QuadraQueen 3 matching the cards with Travelers finale, using a coin
Variations July 1981
Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 3)
Peter Wilker, Jean de Merry MRS - CMS Zürich 13.-15. März 1981 report of Swiss national convention, Willy Peter, Philius, Almeico, Jean Garance, Edi Künzler, Marius, Ruedi Bucher, Pavel, Orsani, Böttcher, Haraldini, Claus Stub, Theo Timmermann, Viennamagic, Gene Anderson, Geoffrey Buckinham, Peter Gloviczki, Roberto Giobbi, Christian Scherer, Cherry Maxim, Alessandro de Luca, Curtini und Diana, Macao, Juliani
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 42 No. 3)
Derek Dingle Side-Cut Faro
Related to 1982 134
Derek Dingle Standup Sleightless Deck Switch
Related to 1982 196
Robert Gardner A Subtle Deck Switch Trojan Deck Switch
Related to Feb. 1982
Apocalypse (Vol. 5 No. 2)
Bobby Bernard Just a Thought on the "Charlie Chaplin Shuffle" How Bobby uses a false shuffle done by Charlie Chaplin in The Gold Rush, same thinking as Ron "Ravelli" Wohl
Related to 1982 84
Roberto Giobbi Das Bubenquartett selection put between four kings on table, cards change into four aces and kings are found face up in the deck, with selection reversed in center
1982 55
Juan Tamariz Video Magic thoughts on using a camera to practice
Related to 1982 59
Howard A. Adams Sympa Sexes two sets of ESP cards in glasses, the two face cards match after spelling "sex"
Variations 1982
OICUFESP (Issue 9)
Roberto Giobbi (reviewer) Card News 82 by Christian Scherer 1982
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 43 No. 6)
Edward Marlo The Real, Honest-To-God Bluff Cut cards end up on Bottom, one-cut double cut
Related to 1983 129
Frank Garcia Reversible Mix Up wrong card is put reversed in deck and changes into selection (via Tilt, application originally by Ed Marlo?)
Variations 1983 29
Larry Jennings, Roy Walton Morlock's Revenge red-black shuffle, Triumph, single ambitious phase, time-travel presentation
Inspired byVariations 1983 56
John Carney Straightforward Card in Balloon impromptu, balloon bursts in contact with hot match
Variations 1983 30
Walt Lees Editorial on Ian Land, Barrie Richardson, Roberto Giobbi
July 1983
Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 11)
Roberto Giobbi, Theodore Annemann A Card to be Thought About one of three thought of
Inspired by Sep. 1983
Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 12)
Roberto Giobbi Blushing Jumper spectator's signed card travels to wallet and had different back color
Oct. 1983
Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 1)
Roberto Giobbi, Trevor Lewis, Kurti Freitag The Trevor Lewis Card To Wallet
Related to Nov. 1983
Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 2)
Thomas Alan Waters Hexchange inside pocket
Related to 1983
Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Psychl)
Peter Wilker Eröffnung des Zauberschlössli Grenchen on the magic club house Zaubertürmli in Grenchen, Roberto Furegati, Peter Wilker, Pino Pan, Roberto Giobbi, Orsani, Andreas Glocker, José Mercier, Sveroni, Erino, Christoph Borer, Ernst Lüthy
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 44 No. 6)
Roberto Giobbi The Blindfold Stop Trick performer shouts stop, corner short
Inspired by 1984 4
Roberto Giobbi Spread Key Card Placement
1984 5
Roberto Giobbi The Bluff Switch best for four-of-a-kind
1984 6
Roberto Giobbi Deck to Envelope and Wallet only selection remains in case
1984 10
Roberto Giobbi Everywhere and Nowhere "A Modern Handling of a Classic Effect"
two duplicates
1984 12
Rainer Teschner, Roberto Giobbi The Riffle Force "A Study in the Execution and Handling of a Classic Sleight"
1984 20
Roberto Giobbi Step Jog to Break Handling deck set on table with step
1984 20
Roberto Giobbi The Joker Folds Up Joker signed by spectator changes into named card, Joker then found folded in box under glass
VariationsAlso published here Feb. 1984
Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 4)
Roberto Giobbi, Carlhorst Meier The Trojan Deck
Related toAlso published here Apr. 1984
Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 5)
Roberto Giobbi For Susan with four jokers
Inspired by July 1984
Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 7)
Roberto Giobbi, Shiv Duggal 1, 2, 3 and 4 Queens a card is selected, three cards produced (Ace, Two, Three) and of them is chosen, the card reverses and changes into the selection, as a kicker the other three mates of the selection are produced
July 1984
Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 7)
Roberto Giobbi, Martin A. Nash Three Card Production
Related to July 1984
Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 7)
Karl Fulves The Omega Bet No. 73, card pushed face-up in center and deck dealt in pairs, pair with face-up card matches or not, multiple phases
Related toVariations 1984 107
Peter Duffie Signus X II no duplicate of selection, but two Jokers
Inspired byVariations 1984 9
Randy Tanner The Rubber Band Deck Switch accidentally breaking rubber band
Related to 1985 76
The Spellbinder two cards located in small packet after anti-faros and down-under deal
Related to 1985 24
Roberto Giobbi Blendo
Inspired byAlso published here 1985 ca. 1
Roberto Giobbi Jolly Joker Joker signed by spectator changes into named card, Joker then found folded in box under glass
Also published here 1985 ca. 3
Roberto Giobbi, Charlie Miller Die verrückten Joker joker placed aside, ace with three x cards on table, other aces vanish, pile becomes four jokers, joker becomes ace, then pile becomes aces again
Inspired byAlso published here 1985 ca. 5
Roberto Giobbi Reisschale und Schwammbälle multiple phases with final load, purse frame and bowl
Also published here 1985 ca. 7
Roberto Giobbi, Toni Mantovani Das Houdini Seil loop gimmick
Also published here 1985 ca. 9
Larry Jennings Wallet Deck Switch DECK travels to wallet except selection
Related to 1986 179
Dai Vernon Enlarging a Break
Related toVariations 1987 10
Dai Vernon The Fingerprint Card Trick
Related toVariations 1987 136
Roberto Giobbi An In-Depth Study on the Bluff Pass
June/July 1987
Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 1 No. 11 & 12)
John C. Wagner Would I Lie to You? seven card packet is programmed to find selection, mates are found as well
Related toVariations 1987 141
Roberto Giobbi The Sponge and Bowl Routine multiple phases with final load, purse frame and bowl
Also published here 1987 3
Roberto Giobbi Just a word... on the presentation of the sponge routine
1987 15
Roberto Giobbi The Houdini Rope Trick loop gimmick
Also published here 1987 17
Roberto Giobbi Vorwort
1987 3
Roberto Giobbi Nepomuk name of chosen card appears on slate, flap with card back on one side
1987 5
Roberto Giobbi Criss-Cross Force
1987 9
Roberto Giobbi Vorwort
1987 3
Roberto Giobbi Ein abgekartetes ... Risiko matching the cards with Travelers finale, stand-up presentation with glasses
Inspired by 1987