Written by Harry Lorayne

1967
Work of Harry Lorayne

160 pages (Hardcover), published by D. Robbins & Co., Inc.
Illustrated with drawings by William A. Morales.
Language: English

(56 entries)

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Harry Lorayne Foreword 5
Harry Lorayne The "Kick" Double-Lift Related to 8
Unknown Basic Get-Ready not so good 8
Harry Lorayne Double-Lift Gag sucker presentation 11
Harry Lorayne Double Put-Down with deck in hand 13
Harry Lorayne Double Trouble two cards change into selections 14
Harry Lorayne Caught! 15
Harry Lorayne Spellbinder any selection is spelled to 17
Harry Lorayne The Flip-Over Locator three selections 20
Harry Lorayne Flip-Over 20
Harry Lorayne Foursome four of a kind to free selection is producedRelated to 23
Unknown Peek Key Card Placement key placed next to peeked at card 23
Frederick Braue Braue Addition and Switch 27
Harry Lorayne The Magic Step a card changes repeatedly after a weird cutting procedure, at the end two cards change places 30
Unknown Slide-Down Switch sliding a card down with forefinger when deck is in openly stepped condition in the hands 32
Harry Lorayne New-Fangled Color Change fan is brushed over pile in other hand 35
Harry Lorayne As a Double Color Change 38
Harry Lorayne Outrageous Revelation deck held under table for a second, selection appears on deck face up 40
Harry Lorayne Outrageous Revelation #2 card replaced under table in secretly reversed deck 42
Harry Lorayne That Burns Me Up! lit cigarette vanishes and reappears in pocket 43
Unknown False Transfer 43
Harry Lorayne, Thomas Alan Waters The Card Pyramid mathematical layout of spot cards, end result is predicted, for Waters credit see referenceRelated to 45
Harry Lorayne Out of this World Memory presentation for OOTW as memory stunt 55
Harry Lorayne Double Billemma borrowed bill is torn, one half travels somewhere, then bill is restored 58
Harry Lorayne The Indicator procedure to set up a four of a kind for spelling from a shuffled deckVariations 62
Harry Lorayne Oh, those Aces! aces start in lap, sucker dealing procedure 69
Harry Lorayne Ten Card Poker Deal multiple phase template routineVariations 72
Unknown Slip Shuffle retaining bottom card 80
Harry Lorayne Cointrol borrowed penny changes to quarter, quarter vanishes, reappears, changes back to penny 83
Unknown Propelled Sleeve Switch 84
Unknown Pumpkin Seed Vanish 84
R. Sid Spocane II The Royal Lovers four of a kind appear one by one between sandwich cardsRelated to 86
Harry Lorayne Faro Blockbuster 3&3, as climax the cards are reversed in deck, some faro shuffles, then deck is separated in red and blacks 92
Harry Lorayne Six Card Follow the Leader Phase 94
Herb Zarrow Oil and Water Phase 3&3 95
Harry Lorayne One-Eyed Jack Sandwich Sequel two indifferent cards between red aces become black aces 100
Harry Lorayne Double Pinky Pull Down securing a break above 2 bottom cards 101
John Benzais Modernized Slop Shuffle 103
Harry Lorayne, Bob Hummer Mental Photography blank deck, spectator thinks of any card and goes through some dealing procedure, thought of card appears, all others blank, card index 105
Harry Lorayne Self-Index described for the forty number cards 106
Harry Lorayne 1-2-3 Aces different cutting sequences to produce the acesVariations 111
Harry Lorayne, Frederick Braue Braue Reversal Variation reversed cards end up below a cover card 112
Jerry Lubin, Harry Lorayne About Faces two cards, 2 keys 117
Harry Lorayne Favorite Aces and Kings aces are spelled to, then kings are found as well, faroRelated to 122
Harry Lorayne Stabbed in the Pack card really thrown in deckRelated to 129
Harry Lorayne Bass Ackwards Slip-Cut bottom card to center for tabled stab force 131
Harry Lorayne, Dr. Jacob Daley The Strip-Out Sleight Related to 133
Harry Lorayne Vice Triumphant four jacks vanish from deck, reappear in pocket, story presentation 135
Harry Lorayne Trampoline flourish flip over on tabled deckRelated toVariations 138
Harry Lorayne Flying Aces aces fly out of deck one by one 140
Harry Lorayne Flying Ace Move second card from top 141
Art Johnston The Choice is Yours spectator choses one of three piles, bottom highest card wins ("Bankers and Brokers") 144
Unknown Pile-to-Pile Transfer while turning them over, unsophisticated version of "Given the Slip"Related to 145
Harry Lorayne To Change a Card on tabled pile 147
Bill Simon Deal & Duck eight cards removed below the table by performer and spectator, packet used to find aces via deal&duck 149
Harry Lorayne Last Word 154