Written by Bob Farmer

2017
Work of Bob Farmer

139 pages (Spiralbound), published by Every Trick in the Book Inc.
Illustrated with photographs.
Language: English

(32 entries)

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Bob Farmer Introduction 1
Bob Farmer Material & References marking pens, corner rounders, Soap, Teflon powder 1
Bob Farmer Another Psychological Discovery card thought of and card selected, thought-of card is used to spell to selectionInspired by 3
Bob Farmer The Ten-Card Inquisition thoughts on fishing from ten cards
- Part One: Binary vs Majority
- Part Two: Fishing for the Card
-- The System
-- The Cue Card
-- The Wording
-- When You're Wrong
-- Mnemonic
- Part Three: Three Thought Cards
Related to 9
Bob Farmer Inquisition Enigmatico card thought of, ten different cards repeated 16
Bob Farmer Pentacle Force applied to three people that are asked to think of a high, low and middle valued card 17
Bob Farmer Gaffus Maximus thought-of card is named and spelled to, it's the only odd-backed cardVariations 19
Bob Farmer I Predict a Red Backed Card odd-backed tabled card turns out to be later thought-of card, red/blue double backer
- The Spectator Picks the Mystery Card
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Rudy T. Hunter Himber Wallet Prediction prediction kicker for the effectInspired by 25
Bob Farmer The Magic Red Card of Mystery odd-backed card is put on deck and vanishes, turns out to be later signed selection in center of deck, red/blue double backer 27
Bob Farmer Double-Back Vanish with odd-backed card, red/blue double backer, see page 31 for credit information by Max Maven 28
Bob Farmer Touch Force Handling Also published here 29
Bob Farmer Karmamatic one card chosen from face-up and one from face-down deck, both cards predicted written on another odd-backed card 33
Bob Farmer Your Mind is Mine to Play With named card is only card with message on back 34
Bob Farmer Hand O' Doom Triumph with thought-of card, card vanishes and travels into spectator's pocket to some other cards already there, cue card on card with a hand design on it 39
Bob Farmer The Bammo Oblivion Deck freely named card becomes double-blank card in deck, other three cards of same value are thereRelated toVariations 51
Bob Farmer, Tony Kardyro Treating the Cards with cashmere bouquet soap and teflon powder, also for faro shuffles 56
Bob Farmer Equivoque Digression restricted choice, equivoque discussion
- Force 13 Cards
- Force 8 Cards
- Force 8 or 13 Cards
- Force 26 Cards
- Force 13 Cards
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Bob Farmer The Bammo 50% Oblivion Deck single deck versionInspired byRelated to 70
Bob Farmer The 25% Oblivion Deck almost freely named card becomes double-blank card in deck, other three cards of same value are thereInspired by 70
Bob Farmer Octogone with more restrictive choiceInspired by 74
Bob Farmer Crossing Over card travels from blue to red deckRelated to 74
Bob Farmer The Tele-Psychic-Omatic Deck thought-of card (one of thirteen) is not in deck, it has become a blank card, peek-pairsInspired by 77
Bob Farmer Encephalonic Predestination chosen and thought-of card (in relation to chosen one) are predicted, 1-0-1 83
Bob Farmer Science in Aid of Deception - The Top 24 Cards on the 1-0-1 deck, how to avoid duplicates being noticed 86
Bob Farmer Octa Predestination chosen and thought-of card (in relation to chosen one) are predicted 92
Bob Farmer Svengali Predestination chosen and thought-of card (in relation to chosen one) are predicted 94
Bob Farmer Jack to the Future chosen card is written on named card, one of them is written on the other 97
Terry LaGerould Countdown Force with counting backwards with a number up to twelve 98
Bob Farmer Svenvoodoo position of freely peeked-at card is named, then chosen card appears at named number, svengali-peek-deck combination, with marking system 101
Bob Farmer Deja Voodoo 2.0 card named, word "impossible" looked up in dictionary, selection is written next to it, named card has the word written on its back as well, long-short pagesInspired by 113
Bob Farmer Devils & Angels picture cards with angels and devils, sins and virtues, three spectators think of one, they are divinedInspired by
  • "Mixed Emotions" (Phil Goldstein)
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