96 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Four-of-a-Kind/Aces Effects / Spectator cuts to the Aces
  
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Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue A Year in Your Life four digits of named year cut toRelated to Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 19
Bob Veeser A Subtlety for the Spectator Cuts the Aces two aces are on one pile, bluff sequence Faro Controlled Miracles 46
Edward Marlo Marlo's Four Card Miracle four selections, faro control, cut to the aces with selections Faro Controlled Miracles 47
Edward Marlo Cutting the Aces Expert Card Mysteries 147
Alton Sharpe Jumping Jacks performer cuts pack into four piles, jacks on top, then matrix routine with table mat with post card covers Expert Card Mysteries 145
Harry Lorayne To Catch an Ace #1 Lorayne says he didn't do any research, so the methods might not be his Reputation-Makers 50
Derek Dingle, Edward Marlo To Catch an Ace #2 Inspired by
  • "As an Opener" (Ed Marlo, New Tops, Vol. 5 No. 9, 1965)
Reputation-Makers 53
Harry Lorayne To Catch an Ace #3 Related to Reputation-Makers 56
Harry Lorayne Case Aces Spectator Cuts to the Aces with color changing back kicker of aces Reputation-Makers 63
Harry Lorayne To Catch an Ace #4 Reputation-Makers 65
Harry Lorayne To Catch an Ace #5 Related to Reputation-Makers 69
Harry Lorayne To Catch an Ace #5A Reputation-Makers 71
Harry Lorayne To Catch an Ace #6 Reputation-Makers 74
Edward Marlo Lead-in Ace Cutting Kabbala - Volume 1 (Vol. 1, No. 4) 25
Jim Surprise Surprise Aces: Spectator Cuts The Aces Card Cavalcade 91
Harry Lorayne Half-Force Aces spectator cuts to the aces, they change to kings, aces produced from anywhere Rim Shots 23
Harry Lorayne Half-Force Open Prediction three prediction cards, spectator cuts deck into three packets, top cards match Rim Shots 26
Edward Marlo Another Spectator Cuts the Aces with bluff, two aces end up on same pile The Unexpected Card Book 209
Edward Marlo Spectator Cuts To Locate Aces spectator cuts four piles, numbers of top cards are counted and every ace is foundVariations Pabular (Vol. 2, No. 8) 244
Paul Harris Silver and Aces spectator cuts to the aces and a coin are found under each aceRelated to The Magic of Paul Harris 49
Gene Maze Spectator Aces - new version three methods Packet Switches (Part Five) 326
Paul Curry Tops Of The Heaps Ace to Four instead of four aces Special Effects 13
Allan Ackerman Al Leech's "Posthumous" Here's My Card 98
Ken Krenzel KK's HHH The Card Classics of Ken Krenzel 97
Ken Krenzel Variation of To Catch and Ace #6 The Card Classics of Ken Krenzel 89
Gus Southall Dialing the Cards telephone number of spectator dealt out with "the spectator cuts to and counts down to the aces" procedure Fred Braue on False Deals 33
Edward Marlo Spectator Cuts Aces three methodsRelated to
  • "As an Opener" (Ed Marlo, New Tops, Vol. 5 No. 9, 1965)
Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 323
Edward Marlo Spectator Cuts U Count variation of "Spectator Cuts And Counts To The Aces", no set up Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 326
Harry Lorayne Double Take using pick-up from wrong packets Quantum Leaps 214
Karl Fulves Textbook Aces spectator cuts to Aces, then performer, at bottom of piles is Royal Flush
- Immediate Aces
- Knockout Poker
The Chronicles (Issue 24) 1298
Gene Maze The Spectator Cuts the Aces The Gene Maze Card Book 49
Gene Maze Cutting Colors color changing back climax The Gene Maze Card Book 58
Jon Racherbaumer, David Solomon Spectator Cuts Off more than he can Choose spectator cuts deck in 4 packets, after some counting and packet handling aces, queens and kings are turned over The Lost Pages of the Kabbala 3
Daryl Martinez Cut to Kill kings AND aces, further credits see page 55 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 1, No. 4) 29
Edward Marlo Spectator's Ace Cutting twelve methods, some where the spectator turn over the aces, some quadrupel stop effects, for 11th method see page 284 Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 244
Neal Elias Spectator Cuts the Aces as a Prelude Inspired by Epoptica (Issue Yearbook) 307
Stephen Tucker Literally Spelling The Aces four cards instead of aces, the cards are from an ABC deck and the four cards spell A-C-E-S Pabular (Vol. 8, No. 8) 1264
Lou Gallo Incredible Cards and Coins eight coins appear under four Aces The Collected Almanac (Vol. 3, No. 31, 32 & 33) 335
Bob King Bluff Cut aces AND kings Best of Friends - Volume II 442
Harry Lorayne Past Participle deck cut in four packets by spectator, spectator choses top card of one pile, top cards of other piles are used to count down, mates to selection found Best of Friends - Volume II 406
Larry Jennings Reaping the Aces I & II two handlingsAlso published here The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings 130
Edward Marlo Another Spectator Cuts the Aces Thirty Five Years Later 43
Larry Jennings Spectator Cuts the Aces #1111 two methods The Cardwright 102
Larry Jennings Spectator Cuts the Aces Again The Cardwright 109
Bob King If at First Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 12, No. 7) 1664
David Regal How in the World? Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 12, No. 10) 1698
Edward Marlo Spectator Cuts Aces to Face So Soon? 27
David Williamson Spectator Cuts the Kings The Minotaur (Vol. 1, No. 2) 10
Shigeo Takagi To the Cut Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 13, No. 4) 1770
Edward Marlo, Bruce Cervon Spread Cut Aces Stop Fooling Us Lecture Notes 34
David Solomon Bonus Spectator cuts to four Tens David Solomon T.A.O.M. Convention 16
James Swain, Bill Malone Elevator Aces spectator selects four cards which turn out to be the aces, cards are buried but appear on topInspired by Don't Blink 81
Christoph Borer A Spectator Ace Cut using flat palm Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 16, No. 11) 2284
Larry Jennings リーピングジエーセス (Ripping the Aces) Spectator cuts to the Aces Larry Jennings's Card Technique 153
Allan Ackerman, Debbie Ackerman The Spectator Cuts Double Aces on bottom, Kings on Top Las Vegas Kardma 85
Allan Ackerman, Daryl Martinez The Spectator Cuts Triple Aces on bottom, Kings and Queens on top Las Vegas Kardma 89
Doug Edwards The Spectator Cuts - Again Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 18, No. 12) 2584
Bob King This Should Come As A Suprise interesting variation on swindle cut Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 18, No. 12) 2590
Bob Veeser, Larry Jennings The Spectator Cuts the Aces Also published here Card College - Volume 1 51
Neal Elias Ace Cutting Sequence The Art of Astonishment - Book 1 (Issue The Magic of Paul Harris) 77
Paul Harris, Tim Carlson Silver and Aces (revised) spectator cuts to the aces and a coin are found under each ace, featuring "Tim's Industrial Strength Gaff"Related to The Art of Astonishment - Book 1 (Issue The Magic of Paul Harris) 75
James Swain, Bob Farmer The Spectator Cuts to the Aces two versions Miracles with Cards 74
Justin Higham Spectator Cuts - Magician Delivers Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20, No. 11) 2857
Michael Skinner, William Goodwin New Year's Resolution spectator cuts deck in four piles and selects four cards from second deck, those values are used to count down to the aces in the four piles The Ancient Empty Street 3
Christian Scherer Fernseh-Asse performer cuts to the aces one by one Karten à la carte 34
Bruce Cervon Again, The Spectator Cuts the Four Aces! Hard-Boiled Mysteries 14
Bruce Cervon The Spectator Cuts the Four Aces Once More II Hard-Boiled Mysteries 17
Bruce Cervon The Spectator Cuts the Four Aces Once More Hard-Boiled Mysteries 12
Andrew Wimhurst Cut Deeper Aces using cut deeper force Low Down Dirty Tricks 17
David Regal Clean Cut Spectator cut to the Aces Close-Up & Personal 47
Udo Wächter The Charm of the Queen of Hearts long routine
-spectator cuts to the aces
-the queen of hearts appears
- the queen of hearts whispers the spectators thought
- the queen of hearts turns an ace face down
- the queen of hearts changes into the ace
- the vanished queen of hearts appears between the aces
- the queen of hearts and two aces change places in a flash
Inspired by Concertos for Pasteboard 166
Justin Higham Spectator Cuts to indicate the Aces top cards are used to count down The Simulation of Miracles 31
Paul Cummins, Chad Long No Mercy longer routine, swindle cut the aces FASDIU II 77
Bob King My Opener Inspired by
  • "As an Opener" (Ed Marlo, New Tops, Vol. 5 No. 9, 1965)
The Breather 3 11
Herb Zarrow, Johnny Thompson A Psychological Test version of Spectator cuts to the aces Card College - Volume 5 1139
Steve Belchou, Roberto Giobbi The Poker Player's Royal Flush aces are cut to, royal flush appears as wellRelated to Card College - Volume 5 1298
Jerry K. Hartman Cut Casher lots of counting involved Best of Friends - Volume III 420
Andi Gladwin Double-header Prediction three selections predicted, spectators cut to their selections Best of Friends - Volume III 31
Nick Trost The Insurance Card II spectator cuts to four cards, initial selection completes straight flush, two versions Subtle Card Creations - Volume 1 109
Tom Stone, Harry Riser Glitching the Aces Maelstrom 223
Allan Ackerman Predetermined Cutting unknown card pocketed, spectator names card, he cuts deck in four piles to a 3-of-a-kind and an indifferent card, named card to complete quartet removed from pocketVariations The Cardjurer 65
Allan Ackerman Impromptu Predetermined Cutting no-stack handlingInspired by The Cardjurer 69
John Guastaferro Book of Clues Discoveries & Deceptions 15
Edward Marlo, Paul Vigil A Modified Marlo Sequence three cardsInspired by
  • "A Problem Posed" (M.I.N.T. Vol. 1, March 1965)
Classic Fantastic 55
Esteban del Acebo Esteban's Aces Spectator cuts to the four aces. Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 111
József Kovács Or... The magician and a helper bury the four kings in the deck. The two of them later cut to the four kings. Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 105
Steve Beam Tradeoffs Four kings are lost in the pack. The magician and a helper cut the cards to locate them. Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 107
Dani DaOrtiz Semi-Automatic Ace Production Spectator chooses where to cut the pack to separate it into packets. The top card of each packet is an ace.Related to
  • "How to Have Someone Think of a Card and Guess What it is" (Horatio Galasso, Giochi de Carte, 1593)
  • Second Method (Unknown, 1876)
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 120
Ben Train In-Need-Of-A-Clever-Name Aces 4-ace productionRelated to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 9 30
Ben Train Still-Searching-For-A-Title Aces Spectator cuts to the aces.Inspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 9 32
Larry Jennings Reaping the Aces I Related to In Order to Amaze 181
Roberto Giobbi 1371 spectator cuts to Ace, Three, Seven, Ace for the year in which playing cards are first mentioned Hidden Agenda (Issue Feb 16) 51
Pit Hartling The Right Kind of Wrong four values cut to in one deck are used to count down to named four-of-a-kind in second deck In Order to Amaze 178
Roberto Giobbi Hofzinser's Glove presentational idea Hidden Agenda (Issue Mar 26) 90
Christoph Borer, Edward Marlo I Cut to the Aces Inspired by 21 242
Joseph Barry Flying with Balloons magician or spectator cuts to the acesInspired by
  • Marlo's methods in New Tops
Operandi (Issue 2) 17