Written by Gordon Bean, William Goodwin

2002-2009
Work of Various

198 pages (Stapled), published by Selfpublished

Language: English

(138 entries)

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Stewart James 51 Faces North - The History
- The Discovery
- The Secret
- Conclusion
Related to 1 2
Philip T. Goldstein Power Trip power of fully charged battery is transferred to empty one 1 10
Gordon Bean Tie Food coin vanishes from bottom of tie and reappears in knot on top 1 12
Unknown Heel Clip Steal 1 12
William Goodwin King Brand red kings between black fours, they transpose two times, then Daley's LastVariations 1 14
Noel Stanton Pivot Colour Change in text credited to Vic Trabucco, for credit correction see Issue 11, p. 1 1 15
Roy Walton Pinkerton's Ladies Variations 2 2
Ray Kosby Mismatched matchbook turns inside out 2 3
Michael Weber Don't Judge a blank matchbook is magically printed 2 6
Michael Weber Internal Script spectator's initals jump from the outside of a matchbook to inside 2 6
Guy Hollingworth Recollected Collectors see further credits in Issue 5, p. 1, and Issue 6, p. 1 2 7
Guy Hollingworth, Edward Marlo No-Clutch Bottom Placement with a second delayed handling, see also credits in Issue 10, p. 1, Issue 11, p. 1Related to 2 7
Tony Kardyro, Edward Marlo KM Move 2 8
Guy Hollingworth Palm Replacement Count as Elmsley-type count is started, palmed cards are replaced 2 9
John Carney Bits dollar breaks into 4 pieces which change into 4 quarters, see Issue 3, p. 1, for further credits 2 10
Allan Ackerman, Darrin Martineau One Good Winner red kings between black fours, they transpose two times, then Daley's Last, all change to kingsInspired by 2 12
William Goodwin The Floating Add-On 2 12
Marc DeSouza Shapeshifter Change 2 13
Bob Veeser Veeser Concept Handling 2 14
Gordon Bean Corner Kick indifferent card with torn-off corner transforms into selectionInspired by
  • "Tearing up DeLand" (Jeff Sheridan, Genii March 2000)
Variations
2 15
Dai Vernon Optical Monte Move 2 16
Gordon Bean, Jerry K. Hartman Room 51 commentaryInspired by 2 18
Lee Asher The Continental Divide deck is shown mixed, instantly separates in reds and blacksRelated to 3 2
Lee Asher Pulp Friction reverse spread control/cull/displacementRelated to 3 2
Charles T. Jordan Red-Black Shuffle 3 6
David Regal Exhibit "A" red-backed card placed on table in beginning turns out to be later signed selection 3 6
David Regal Sticky Card double-stick tape 3 7
Aaron Fisher The King Is Gone, But He's Not Forgotten red kings between black fours, they transpose two times, then Daley's Last, without extra cardRelated to 3 9
Noel Stanton Pivot Colour Change in text credited to Vic Trabucco, for credit correction see Issue 11, p. 1Variations 3 9
Aaron Fisher Outjog Half Pass cover for half pass 3 12
Lee Asher Asher Twist brief 3 12
Nathan Kranzo Palm Burst wrapped candy penetrates hand, as finale only candy penetrates leaving wrapping behind 3 12
Jerry K. Hartman Northern Light impossible location followed by 51 Faces NorthInspired by 3 15
Shoot Ogawa Neo Purse Frame Routine routine about producing coins from purse frame, jumbo finale, stand-up handling 4 2
Apollo Robbins Apollo Palm modified Purse Palm 4 2
Jimmy Wilson Wilson Concealment forefinger grip, see credit discussion in Issue 6, p. 1 4 4
Shoot Ogawa Muscle Pass Production from Frame 4 5
David Solomon Royal Mayo three royal flush card appear between jokers, the transform into the missing two cards to complete the royal flush, credit correction in Issue 10, p. 1Inspired byRelated to 4 11
Norman Houghton, Brother John Hamman Flushtration Count credit information 4 12
Steve Ehlers Intuition Monte monte sequence with Ace through 4 of spades, change to aces as climax 4 12
Herb Zarrow Zarrow Block Addition 4 13
Art Altman Altman Trap 4 14
Roy Walton, William Goodwin, Shannon Clark Pinkerton's Surprise progressive sandwich with four-of-a-kind production kickerInspired by 4 15
Ryan Matney Corner Kicked Again indifferent card with torn-off corner transforms into selectionInspired by 4 16
Jerry K. Hartman Further On "The Continental Divide" additional thoughtsInspired by 4 17
Allan Slaight 51 Paces North Inspired by 4 17
Allan Slaight Forcing 17 or 18 psychological force 4 17
Jim Patton, David Britland A Double Shot two selections shoot out of deck as it is dribbled onto table, secret thin rubber band, inspired by David Britland's "Angel Aces" (Card Kinetics, 1988) 5 2
Frank Simon Versatile Outjog Control 5 2
Gordon Bean, Jim Patton Covered Double Shot two spectators end up with their card when deck is dribbled underneath handkerchiefRelated to 5 5
Gordon Bruce, Jim Patton Face-Up Double Shot selections shoot out face upRelated to 5 6
Bruce Cervon, David Britland The California Angels visual ace production, secret thin rubber band, inspired by David Britland's "Angel Aces" (Card Kinetics, 1988), two handlings, see further credits in Issue 6, p. 1 5 7
Bruce Cervon, Edward Marlo Simple Shift Handling 5 8
Ricky Smith, Salvador Sufrate The Cherry Control control to top as deck is fanned, for credit correction see Issue 11, p. 1Related to 5 13
Jerry K. Hartman Color Scheming deck is shown mixed, instantly separates in reds and blacksInspired by 5 15
Patrick Schlagel Business Trip ring penetrates finger 5 18
Patrick Schlagel Ring and Rope Sequence 5 20
Scott SteelFyre Centrifugal Nightmare visual phase for finale of "Professor's Nightmare" routine 5 21
Ernest Earick A False Cut tabled 6 2
Ernest Earick A Hand For Mr. Scarne aces lost in deck, one shuffle, performer deals himself 4 times the AS, transformation into different aces, inspired by John Scarne's "Factory Seconds" (Rigmarole 3) 6 4
Ernest Earick Step to Break Transfer break retained as deck is turned over 6 4
Dai Vernon Vernon Utility Move 6 5
Dai Vernon, Ernest Earick Transferring a bottom stock to the top - Handling brief 6 7
Gene Maze Second Deal Lap brief 6 9
Philip T. Goldstein Normal Mailer six addressed envelopes, the spectator chooses the only one addressed to him 6 10
Harvey Rosenthal A Fan-Tastic Control to top or to Tenkai Palm 6 12
Jack Carpenter The Spider Cut in-the-hands false triple cut, also as transfer cut, control or production 6 15
Norman Gilbreath Proof for Mirrorskill Inspired by 7 1
Roy Walton Acorn's Progress a face up card in the center transforms into a royal flush 7 2
Harrison Kaplan Mirrorskill method for "Accurate Miraskill", three phasesRelated to 7 3
Stewart James Miraskill 7 4
Allan Slaight Magnetic Miraskill 7 6
Cushing Strout The Gypsy Foretells Further Than Farther with credit informationInspired byRelated to 7 7
Nathan Kranzo Ear Candy gummi bear placed in mouth is extracted from ear 7 10
Chris Randall Déjà Vu Cut flourish false cut, forming some triangles 7 12
Shahin Zarkesch, Scott Robinson, William Goodwin Slap! selection placed between aces vanishes, from pocket comes a card that turns out to be four Aces, selection remains in hand, see credit information for the unequal transposition plot in Issue 8, p. 1, and Issue 9, p. 1, for additional credit information on this effect see Issue 10, p. 1 7 16
Steve Freeman Ending for "Slap!" 7 18
William Goodwin Unequal Transposition - Credit Information see also addition in Issue 9, p. 1Related to 8 1
Justin Hanes Constellation Prize Q-Force with Big Dipper star pattern in the sky 8 2
Norman Gilbreath Thoughts On Mirrorskill Inspired by 8 4
Norman Gilbreath A.M. one-way deck, three phasesInspired by 8 6
Stewart James Miraskill 8 6
Norman Gilbreath Magnetic Colors 8 7
Andrew Galloway The Card Of Fortune card is placed reversed in deck 4 times, four of a kind is located 8 8
William Goodwin The Queens four queens disappear and reappear one at a time on top of deck 8 10
William Goodwin, Carmen D'Amico, Roy Walton Paint Brush Change as Vanish one of several cards vanishes, see also Carmen D'Amico's "Double Lift Upset" (Compleat K.M. Move, p. 11), for credit correction see Issue 11, p. 1 8 10
Dai Vernon, Karl Fulves Vernon Utility Move / The Five-Cent Switch credit correction in Issue 10, p. 1Related to 8 12
Ray Kosby, Lance Charles, George Pughe Coffin Change with credit information, for further credits see Issue 11, p. 1Variations 8 14
Harry Houdini, William Goodwin, Larry Jennings Houdini Color Change as Vanish 8 15
Dai Vernon No Palm Color Change 8 16
Harvey Rosenthal The Pop-Up Move 8 17
B.J. Bueno Muy Bueno Shuffle with fake tabled cascade ala Steve Forte 9 2
Edward Marlo Perfect False Riffle Shuffle with credit information 9 2
Allan Ackerman Simulated Slip Cut tabled cutting sequence for (block) slip cut 9 7
Jerry K. Hartman Covered, Up! selection appears face up on deck while covered with handkerchiefInspired by 9 9
David Ben Bertram, Braue And Ben combination with 2 more phases: 6 handed deal, Texas Hold'em deal, table farosInspired by 9 12
Ross Bertram, David Ben, S. W. Erdnase Tabled Multiple Shift 9 12
David Ben Six Player Stack using table faros and false dealing 9 14
Michael Maddox The Maddox Stack sleight-free 9 16
Martin Gardner Stock Holdout spectator shuffles deck in parts, but partial stack is retained, see credit correction in Issue 11, p. 1 9 17
Gordon Bean One Hand Washes The Other cards are switched around and surprisingly complete good hands 9 Lazarus Insert 1
William Goodwin Bunny Ears handling for Paul Curry's "Linked" (Phoenix 123) with shoelaces on shoeInspired by 9 Lazarus Insert 2
David Gripenwaldt The Sound Of One Coin Clinking two quarters slide together on table and transform into half dollar 10 2
Shoot Ogawa Perfect Order using triumph with faro shuffles to retain stack 10 5
Roy Walton Triple Alliance queens on table, selection transposes with queens, deck turns face up 10 11
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) Color Shuffles (Part One) manuscript with red-black-effects, see following entriesRelated to 10 13
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) I. General Procedures procedures in which the spectator and/or performer shuffles but retains certain aspects of the red-black distribution of the deck
- Procedure A
- Procedure B
- Procedure C
- Procedure D: Into This Universe
- Procedure E: Into Two Universes
- Procedure F: Multiple Shuffle Procedure
10 13
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) II. Tricks, Principles And Applications: 1. The Basic Color Prediction spectator shuffles and cuts off some cards, performer predicted number of red cards therein 10 15
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 2. The Extrasensory Color Count spectator shuffles and deals, performer stops him and knows the number of red cards dealt 10 16
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 3. The Disguised Color Prediction spectator shuffles and cuts off some cards, performer predicted number of red cards therein but has to correct the number tongue-in-cheek 10 16
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 4. The Basic Color Coincidence spectator shuffles and cuts off some cards, performer cuts off another packet, number of red cards in both packets coincides 10 16
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 5. The Lucky Number spectator shuffles and cuts off some cards, number of red cards in this packet corresponds with named small number by spectator 10 16
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 6. Plain Moe 10 17
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 7. The Red Card Force or Prediction
8. A Red Herring! (Or two!)
card force in which the spectator shuffles, cuts off a pile and remembers the first (or third in No. 8) red card 10 17
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 9. "The Next Card That I Will Turn Over Will Be Your Card!" "The Circus Trick" with no-touch forceRelated to 10 17
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 10. The Mirror Prediction! !noitciderP rorriM ehT .01 two spectators shuffle and cut off some cards in 2 decks, number of red cards in one pile is the same as black cards in other pile 10 18
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) Color Shuffles (Part Two) part 2 of a manuscript with red-black-effects, see following entriesRelated to 11 2
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) I. General Procedures (continued) - Procedure GRelated to 11 2
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) II. Tricks, Principles And Applications (continued): 11. "One No" Moe one of four, deep sea fishing sequence, spectator shuffles and cuts off some cards and thinks of a red card therein 11 2
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 12. The Seven Steps to Morris Plains one of six, fishing sequence, spectator shuffles and cuts off some cards and thinks of a red card therein 11 2
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 13. The Mysterious Seven spectator shuffles and cuts off some cards and removes a red card from packet which is divined 11 3
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 14. Not So Plain Moe card fairly chosen, spectator deals face down and performer stops him at selection 11 3
Gordon Bean Not So Plain Moe Variation 11 4
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 15. Four Moes spectator shuffles and cuts off some cards, thinks of first red card and black card next to it, spectator deals and performer stops him at selections 11 4
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 16. Moe & Moe spectator shuffles and cuts off some cards, thinks of first red card and black card next to it, spectator deals and performer stops him at selections which are also named by performer 11 4
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli), Karl Fulves 17. The Mysterious Force
18. Ruse de Morris Plains
19. The Black Force
cards are shuffled and packet cut off by spectator, this is divided in two piles, number of red in one packet corresponds with number of black cards in other packet, 3 presentations, based on Karl Fulves' "The Dark Force" (Command Colors, p. 14) 11 5
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 20. The Hunt for Red October (Book Test) page and word forced via playing card procedure 11 6
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 21. The Hunt for Black October page and word forced via playing card procedure, multiple out 11 6
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 22. The Red Force Book Test force book and playing card procedure 11 7
Michael Weber A Spectator Named Kennedy shuffled deck, spectator apparently deals cards from center while magicians gets a full houseRelated to 11 7
Dai Vernon Double Lift from Fan 11 8
Rajneesh Madhok, Gregory Wilson 'N Synch divination of two thought-of numbers over the phone, method uses watch with second handInspired by 11 11
Rajneesh Madhok Tell A Phony Too divination of birth month and playing card over the phone with dealing procedure, variation of Eddie Fields' "Tell a Phony" (Greater Artful Dodges, p. 111) 11 12
Rajneesh Madhok 'N Synch 2 divination of thought-of number over the phone, method uses watch with second handInspired by 11 13
Bill Kalush The Open Ditch 11 14
Bill Kalush Bottom Deal Lap see also Second Deal Lap 11 15
Gordon Bean The Two-Ton Prophet spectator thinks of a card, performer names a number, at that position is the thought-of card, full deck set-up, inspired by Stewart James' "The Prophet's Choice" (James File, p. 2075) 11 16
William Goodwin, Gordon Bruce Goodwin/Bruce (GB) Switch turning over half the deck as one card with right hand spread cover 11 17