Written by Ken Simmons

1991
Work of Ken Simmons

45 pages (Spiralbound), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with photographs and drawings by Tom Neary, Russ Broomhall.
Language: English

(20 entries)

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Ken Simmons Introduction 5
Ken Simmons A-Band-Ment rubber band around deck, vanishes, encircles card in center 7
Ken Simmons A Banded Vanish rubber band around deck, it vanishes and remains gone 10
Ken Simmons, Edward Marlo Banded Card to Pocket - First Method card peeked at, rubber band around deck, it vanishes, card with rubber band around it from pocket 12
Ken Simmons Banded Card to Pocket - Second Method card peeked at, rubber band around deck, it vanishes, card with rubber band around it from pocket 12
Robert LaRue Banded Card to Pocket - Variation on Second Method card peeked at, rubber band around deck, it vanishes, card with rubber band around it from pocket 13
Ken Simmons A Banded Tip for routines with banded deck 14
Ken Simmons The Clinging Subtlety banded card drags another with it 14
Ken Simmons Through the Deck rubber band around deck, vanishes, reappears, vanishes and reappears around selection, two handlingsVariations 15
Ken Simmons Banded Transposition card pocketed, another card found via A-Band-Ment, it's pocketed card and selection is in pocket, 7 methods 17
Ken Simmons Simmons's Pivot Turnover same as Stuart Gordon Lift 26
Edward Marlo Simplex Banded Card to Cardcase rubber band around cased deck, it vanishes, spectator removes deck and finds rubber band around selection in deckInspired by
  • "A Case Of A-Band-Ment" (Jim Patton, Riffling the Pasteboards - Again!)
Related to
28
Edward Marlo Peek Force of Rubber Banded Card 28
Edward Marlo Stretching It card pocketed, banded deck, rubber band vanishes and reappears around pocketed card, two methodsVariations 29
Ken Simmons Stretching It Too Far card pocketed, banded deck, rubber band vanishes and reappears around pocketed card, two methodsInspired by 32
David Neighbors Neighbors's Killer Penetration rubber band around deck twice, vanishes and appears around selectionInspired by 33
Ed Andres Snap It spectator snaps band of rubber banded deck and it vanishes 37
David Neighbors A Different Approach first deck is rubber banded, then card inserted, band vanishes and appears around selection 38
David Neighbors, Ken Simmons As Applied to "Bandorama" selection spins from banded deckInspired by 39
Edward Marlo Bonus Effect banded tosheroonInspired byRelated to 40