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Unknown Fourth Method equivoque procedure Modern Magic 45
Unknown Several Cards having been freely chosen by the Company, Returned and Shuffled, and the Pack placed in a Person's Pocket, to make such Person draw out one by one the chosen Cards spectator extracts (top) card from his pocket, favorite of Herrmann Modern Magic 106
Unknown A Card having been Drawn and Returned, and the Pack shuffled, to divide the Pack into several Heaps on the Table, and to cause the Drawn Card to appear in such heap as the Company may choose Modern Magic 114
Unknown A Card having been drawn and returned, and the Pack shuffled, to place on the Table six Rows of six Cards each, and to discover the chosen Card by a throw of the Dice Modern Magic 116
Unknown To discover a Chosen Card by the Throw of a Pair of Dice forcing pack Tricks with Cards 92
Unknown Clairvoyance by Touch chosen card is extracted from deck in spectator's pocket, the repeat in which spectator extracts right card Tricks with Cards 113
Unknown A Card having been Thought of by one Spectator, to offer the Pack to another, and cause him to draw the same Card psychological force & out Tricks with Cards 132
Unknown A Card being freely Chosen from the Pack, replaced, and the Pack shuffled, to make any Given Card Change to the one Chosen control, palm & top change More Magic 40
Unknown Die Macht des Goldes spectator places coin on card, it's the selection, two methods Der moderne Kartenkünstler 65
Unknown Der Zuschauer als Kartenkünstler spectator touches card named by performer in face-down fan, under-the-fan force with bottom card dragged to other side Der moderne Kartenkünstler 38
Unknown Das Wiederfinden zweier Karten matrix-layout, magician's choice of two cardsRelated to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 50
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Prof. Hofzinser's Geheimnis "Die isolierte Karte", spectator locates card via matrix-layout of deck on table and magician's choiceRelated to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 51
Unknown Der allwissende Künstler four selections shuffled into deck, piles made and selection choses pile with selections Der moderne Kartenkünstler 79
Unknown Die rätselhafte Harmonie spectator choses same card as other spectator, key card Der moderne Kartenkünstler 102
Unknown The Spectator as Conjurer spectator shoots chosen number of pins on shower of cards with pistol, they're found in selection New Era Card Tricks 95
Unknown Third Method four cards laid out on table, spectator throws die and counts to card which is selection The Art of Magic 44
Oswald Rae A Remarkable Coincidence spectator cuts deck in three piles, remembers a card and cuts it back, second spectator locates card, two key cards Sub Rosa 14
Laurie Ireland They Do It Themselves Card Trick dubious method Ireland Writes a Book 8
Laurie Ireland The Two Card Trick spectator picks any named card, brief, memorized deck Ireland Writes a Book 18
Laurie Ireland A Card is Called For spectator cuts at any named card, brief, memorized deck Ireland Writes a Book 18
Unknown Simple Effects 3. svengali deck Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 247
Unknown Any Heap svengali deck Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 249
J. F. Orrin One in Four Menetekel Deck Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 259
Unknown, Alexander Herrmann Stage Location three selections found in spectator's pockets, one by spectator himself, variation of Alexander Herrmann's "The Egyptian Pocket" Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 97
Frank Lane A Slick Card Routine combo in which spectator finds selection, card is predicted, poker game is dealt, slick card and set-up Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 100
Orville Wayne Meyer Remote Control Improved odd-backed unknown card signed on back is chosen from faceInspired byRelated to Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 112
Theodore Annemann Remote Control odd-backed unknown card signed on back is chosen from face, red-blue sticky double backerRelated toVariationsAlso published here
  • "Remote Control" (The Sphinx, July 1929)
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 121
Unknown A "Stop" Discovery dribble force with end stripper deck Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 281
Unknown Card in Pocket. I performer finds spectator's card and vice versa Greater Magic 253
Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin a. Effect thought-of card by one spectator is chosen by second spectator Greater Magic 330
Unknown The Lady's Ring svengali deck, spectator finds his own card Greater Magic 432
Unknown A Reversed Card Discovery spectator pushes reversed card next to selection Greater Magic 40
Unknown The Magic Thrust. I spectator pushes card reversed next to selection behind back Greater Magic 261
Al Baker The Magic Thrust. II spectator pushes card reversed next to selection behind back Greater Magic 262
Theodore Annemann The Magic Thrust. III spectator pushes card reversed between two selections behind back Greater Magic 264
Unknown With a Svengali Deck spectator pushed toothpick in side of deck and thus pushes out selection Greater Magic 403
Unknown A Subtle Detection svengali deck, spectator finds his own card, ending clean Greater Magic 431
H. Adrian Smith It's in the Bag - Effect No. 2 really blindfolded, short card Greater Magic 465
Unknown The Knowing Dart several cards on huge stand, spectator throws dart and thus finds selection Greater Magic 503
Martin Gardner Card Minded spectator divines card from other spectator The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Winter Extra 1937/38) 274
Dr. William Bates Subconscious Mystery one of four cards marked, shuffled in four piles, spectator choses pile with marked cards, dressing for Ace Assembly The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Summer Extra 1938) 321
Unknown Simultaneous Magic four decks, four people think of a card and later spell it (progressive spelling set-up) More Card Manipulations (Issue 2) 41
James G. Thompson Jr. Utility Routine Svengali deck with the different cards stacked, ends clean, bridge deal finale The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 63) 443
Theodore Annemann, Orville Wayne Meyer Remote Control Improved odd-backed unknown card signed on back is chosen from faceRelated to The Incorporated Strange Secrets 7
Unknown Cagliostro Cuts the Cards spectator cuts to his face up card Expert Card Technique 341
Unknown The Impromptu Magician using one hand only, two methods Expert Card Technique 277
Theodore Annemann Business Card Selection spectator choses card with business card details The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 116) 687
Theodore Annemann Volition four selections in envelopes, spectators choose their own card, equivoque The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 95) 589
Jim Wheeler Lost and Found deck in glass, spectator removes deck but selection remains inside, narrow card The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 107) 640
Al Baker One Deck Do as I Do The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Magical Ways and Means) 151
Joseph Cottone Auto-Location More Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 40
Herb Runge He Fools You! spectator cuts deck to match prediction in suit and value The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 138) 784
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue The Pickpocket three selections, deck put in spectator's pocket, deck removed but selection remains, repeat, then performer quickly takes out one card which is third selection The Stripper Deck 28
Jack Vosburgh Once in a Life Time odd-backed unknown card is chosen from faceRelated to The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 125) 727
Unknown Selected Cards from Spectator's Pocket spectator has deck in pocket and pulls out selected cards Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 1 227
Joe Berg Joe Berg's "Count Down" Card Mystery spectator does some dealing and remembering, then finds his own card via fan forceRelated to Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 1 213
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue Dial Divination knife spun on table points to selection, 9 duplicates Prepared Cards and Accessories 20
Martin Gardner Card Minded spectator divines card from other spectator Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 69
Dr. William Bates Subconscious Mystery one of four cards marked, shuffled in four piles, spectator choses pile with marked cards, dressing for Ace Assembly Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 32
Warren Wiersbe What a Coincidence! selection vanishes, another card is selected which happens to be first card Action with Cards 3
Edward Marlo The Force tell-free force, re-selection, key card in case of missed force Tricks with Daub 10
John Booth Cards of Cairo My Best 10
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Heaps as Rusduck, spectator finds his own card, a lot of dealing, TantalizerVariations The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 98) 397
Edward Marlo 1 Out Of 52 Marlo In Spades 30
Bob Miller Bob Miller's Tricks spectator stabs card next to selection Marlo In Spades 40
J. B. Bobo "Out of this World" Followup - Effect Number 1 spectator finds card that was selected at other end of room Watch This One! 52
John Hamilton Heaps spectator finds his own card, with just eight cards, sort of TantalizerInspired byVariations The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 140) 562
Unknown Deal Away The Royal Road to Card Magic 231
Unknown The Educated Cards The Royal Road to Card Magic 232
Unknown Egyptian Pocket combo The Royal Road to Card Magic 263
Unknown Ewephindit The Royal Road to Card Magic 200
Unknown Round and Round down-under-deal The Royal Road to Card Magic 66
George G. Kaplan The "Stop!" Fan Discovery fan forceVariations The Fine Art of Magic 69
Paul LePaul A Quadruplicate Mystery four spectators each find their selectionRelated toVariations The Card Magic of Le Paul 165
John Scarne Mathematical Finder No. 30, Mathematical, piles of cards formed by counting to ten Scarne on Card Tricks 55
Nat Bernstein, Morty Zuckert The Obedient Cards No. 73, Use two named numbers to locate card Scarne on Card Tricks 134
John Scarne Spectator's Magic Count No. 25, Performer thinks and writes down name of card, spectator deals down to any number and finds thought of card (after one failure) Scarne on Card Tricks 47
Cliff Green Magic in Your Own Hands No. 29, Spectator names a number between five and ten, card found at that number Scarne on Card Tricks 53
John Scarne Hit the Deck No. 41, Performer holds deck, spectator hits deck away, selection is left in performer's hand Scarne on Card Tricks 73
A. Deleport Pocket It reprint from Grant's "The Trixter" from 1933, spectator puts deck in his pocket and picks out his selection The Phoenix 201 - 250 (Issue 207) 826
Al Baker The Spectator Does The Trick spectator finds four cards, gaffed The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Pet Secrets) 400
Bill Simon Half and Half (Elimination) deck is always split in half and spectator decides which one is eliminated, last card is selection Effective Card Magic 124
Bill Simon The Locator Three of Clubs spectator thrusts a known card into a card spread of 28 cards and his selection is found Effective Card Magic 152
Aage Darling Thought Echo spectator finds thought of card of another spectator I'll Read Your Mind 47
Aage Darling The Marked Card spectator makes a cross on a card behind his back, other spectator finds the card by selecting it from a fan I'll Read Your Mind 49
Gene Grant Next Card is It spectator finds selection in face down fan The Phoenix 251 - 300 (Issue 278) 1113
Unknown Spectator's Choice spectator finds three selections, impromptu stooging with blank faced deck Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 6 245
Roy Benson Tape Recording spectator locates card The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 327) 117
Edward Marlo Matcho - Method VIII two cards cut to predicted/matched by performer with other deck Marlo Meets His Match 20
Tony Corinda, Maurice Fogel A Card and Billet Routine cards are noted on billets, cards on board, spectator selects a billet and throws a dart into the noted card Billets 195
Charlie Miller, Cardini Miracle Location "Cardini Cut" (spectator cuts at break) The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 52
Charlie Miller Static Electricity tip for "spectator grabs card out of his own pocket" The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 57
Edward Marlo Sudden Stop Effect cards riffled, spectator stops, there is selection, four methods Estimation 54
Edward Marlo The Dribble Stop spectator stops dribbling next to selection, crimp Estimation 78
Harry Lorayne Reverse Location spectator finds two selections via stabbing in fan Close-up Card Magic 179
Harry Lorayne The Moving Pencil card signed on back, psychological face up spread forceRelated toVariations Close-up Card Magic 158
Edward Marlo, Theodore Annemann Impromptu Remote Control unknown odd-backed card is marked on back, a card selected via stop procedure with deck in glass is marked on face, turns out to be the sameInspired by Early Marlo (Issue Oddity & Other Miracles) 95
Edward Marlo Marlo's Double Discovery two locator cards discover two chosen cards, faro Faro Controlled Miracles 16
Edward Marlo Marlo's Four Card Miracle four selections, faro control, cut to the aces with selections Faro Controlled Miracles 47
Edward Marlo Uses for Half Forcing Deck see at bottom Faro Controlled Miracles 68
Harry Blackstone, Harry Louine Blackstone's 10-Card Trick spectator finds his own card in ten-card packet The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 1, No. 2) 11
Gerald Kosky "You Get It" Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 235
Al Koran Double Thought spectator finds performer's card and the other way around, marked deckRelated toVariations Al Koran's Professional Presentations 89
Wizard Beal A Telling Beat method to make a visual and tactile heart beat, spectator feels heart beat of performer and gets card The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 170
Edward Marlo Another Dribble force card starts on top Expert Card Conjuring 119
Jules Lenier Decision randomly selected card helps finding second selection, 16th card principleInspired byRelated to The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4, No. 4) 239
Arthur Hill Tri-Find three cards chosen and initialed, they are found via a procedure and with a display stand, see also p. 270 for reference The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4, No. 9) 271
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Intuition spectator locates another spectator's card from 6-card packet on table, first wrong but then transforms The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 3rd Folio) 297
Francis J. Baker Logic two cards chosen, one found by performer and one by spectator, red-black alternatingRelated toVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 3) 311
Dai Vernon Color Cut shuffled deck cut into five packets, spectator removes bottom card of any packet and places it on top of any packet behind performer's back, card found, repeat, then a spectator finds card, one color crimped The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 7) 335
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) The Australian Sixes two spectators find their cardsRelated to Reputation-Makers 164
Alan Keith Clean-Up card on table is any named cardRelated to Expert Card Chicanery 47
Unknown Uncanny Revelation unknown card is signed on back and forced from face Million Dollar Card Secrets 69
Dr. Stanley Jaks A Spectator Reads A Mind secretly showing index to spectator Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 7 55
Nick Conticello The Non-Telephone Telephone Trick small packet, spectator selects a card, does some rearranging and is left with card Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 7 137
Edward Marlo X Marks the Spot unknown card is marked with X on back, spectator selects it from face, correction for "X Deck" (Phoenix #296)Related toVariations Kabbala - Volume 1 (Vol. 1, No. 7) 55
Edward Marlo Important Additions & Changes to Marlo's "X Marks the Spot" Related to Kabbala - Volume 2 (Vol. 2, No. 6) 48
Edward Marlo Stranger in a Harem spectator finds selection among five cards, queens turn over at once, selection vanishes from top and reappears between reversed queens in center The Unexpected Card Book 194
Jerry K. Hartman Bi-Psychle spectator B finds spectator A's card from small packet, impromptu stooge Card Cavalcade II 138
Roy Walton The Magic Lesson "Two Down-Under Routines"
four selections from fifteen-card packet made and found with down-under deal
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9, No. 3) 699
Dai Vernon Another Variation four cards selected and shuffled back, spectator takes any four cards which turn out to be selections The First California Lecture 3
Edward Marlo Inconclusive Climax Inspired by Kabbala - Volume 3 (Vol. 3, No. 10) 139
Jon Racherbaumer Blankwave blank deck shown, spectator stabs blank card next to a card which changes into named card, then they all are printedVariations Kabbala - Volume 3 (Vol. 3, No. 9) 115
Nick Trost Kings and Blanks Subtle Card Magic: Part Two 34
Eddie Fields Dropsy Diddle Spectator locates selection by dropping coin on card in a spread, involves a gag with the card printed on the coin and a final card transformationRelated to The Artful Dodges of Eddie Fields 65
Nick Trost The Lone Stranger Spectator locates own card by unknowingly placing it with a group of cards of a different colorAlso published here Subtle Card Magic: Part One 5
Nick Trost U-Find-It Spectator locates card by stabbing face up card into the deck Subtle Card Magic: Part Two 24
Philip T. Goldstein Ranch Dowser with a pendulum, duplicates The Green Book of Mentalism 21
Ken Krenzel Get the Message spectator stabs ace next to selection before (!) it is selected The Card Classics of Ken Krenzel 57
Looy Simonoff Mental Symmetry people read each other's mind, impromptu stooge Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 1, No. 11) 123
Looy Simonoff Kenomental fair selection is marked on face. two possible effects: card is found by spectator from back or vanishes from deck Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 1, No. 4) 41
Tony Binarelli Galaxy Telepathy a spectator finds an other spectator's card Pabular (Vol. 5, No. 11) 759
Terry LaGerould Streaker tabled spread of ten cards, when spectator runs finger along, force card is dragged with finger
- The Streaker Principle
- Performance
Close-up Entertainer 69
Francis Haxton Open Selection five cards removed from deck, of those the spectator choses two, they're the selections, two methodsRelated to The Chronicles (Issue 23) 1294
Edward Marlo, Jon Racherbaumer You Did It Again! six cards, spectator thinks one, is turned over by spectator himself, repeat Hierophant (Issue The Last Hierophant) 11
Unknown Impossible Two Ace Location gemini twins with overhand shuffle instead of dealing to find two cards Exclusive Card Miracles 31
Edward Marlo You Did It Again and Again! six cards, spectator thinks one, is turned over by spectator himself, repeats Hierophant (Issue The Last Hierophant) 13
John F. Mendoza The Last Card wheel with four sections, cards distributed onto the sections and eliminated in stages, last card is selectionInspired by
  • "The Last Card" (Jack Hughes)
John: Verse Two 84
Karl Fulves Double Thrusts behind the back stab of two cards Side Steal 59
Ken Simmons This is Your Card! freely chosen card is earlier selection, four methods Cards - With a Different Touch 39
Jim Ryan, Paul LePaul Le Paul's Multiple Discovery five spectators each find their selectionInspired by Jim Ryan Close-Up: Classic Card Routines 1
Max Williams Max Switch behind fan The Chronicles (Issue 29) 1354
Gene Grant Witch Switch performer writes card on a piece of paper and selects a card, on the second try he eventually finds it, billet switch with a playing card Phantini's Incredible Mental Secrets Volume Two 38
Terry LaGerould "Cigarette Cards" down under deal with packets Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5, No. 8) 669
Dennis Marks That's Incredible spectator cuts to his own selection Best of Friends 399
Bobby Bernard The "Opportunist" Card in Pocket Deck placed in pocket, spectator able to pull selection out The Coin and Card Magic of Bobby Bernard 106
Ross Bertram As A Free Force spectator touches his own card in spread, switch Bertram on Sleight of Hand 164
Ross Bertram A suggested application spectator cuts to his selection Bertram on Sleight of Hand 167
Edward Marlo This is Thumb Effect spectator chooses correct card, 1 out of 5 Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 309
Stephen Tucker The Incomplete Deck behind his back, aspectator puts a card reversed in the middle of the deck, this card is spelled and the selection is found Pabular (Vol. 8, No. 5) 1221
Joey Gallo Red Herring Location reversed card ends up next to selection Best of Friends - Volume II 91
Bob King Mental Poker Best of Friends - Volume II 146
Randy Wakeman, Paul LePaul R.W. Four Card Stunner four selections are found by spectators themselvesInspired by Formula One Close-Up 1
Martin Lewis For Faster Service, Please Take a Number Multiple selection routine with four cards - spectators insert number tags into deck to find their selectionsInspired by Martin's Miracles 20
Frederick Braue Baker's Impossible Discovery - FB Improvement spectator locates other spectator's card in pocket under fair conditions (1936)Inspired by The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 13
Unknown Instant Stooge Force card reversed The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 2) 1
Frederick Braue Cardetection sixteen cards, some face-up some face-down, performer and spectator think of one, both found, eight double facers and eight double backers (1944) The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 5) 4
Frederick Braue Telemagic spectator finds another spectator's card in a corner of the room
(a.) card reversed
(b.) reverse fan
- Braue's new method with double facer
Related to The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 5) 13
Larry Jennings Spectator's Choice three spectators each find their selection The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings 119
Dai Vernon Aces by Proxy spectator shuffles and takes out any four cards, also with previous selections The Vernon Chronicles - Volume 2 173
Bruce Cervon Quite a Coincidence Spectator reverses Selection behind back The Cervon File 160
Edward Marlo The Spectator's Card any card named, process of elimination, named card remains Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 147
Edward Marlo Spectator Cuts to a Thought spectator cuts at thought of card, one out of fourRelated to Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 173
Edward Marlo Turning the Tables meeting "find my card"-challenge, spectator leaves selection by elimination process, three methods Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 297
Eugene Burger A Card Stab Routine the second time the spectator stabs The Experience of Magic 60
Brother John Hamman Peek Look Think three cards chosen by different means, spectators each find each others cards The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 66
Simon Lovell Stopcut Spectator says "stop" at his own card as magician cuts small packets off the deck Close Up Magic To Tapdance To 45
Karl Fulves Quid Pro Quota card chosen from packet, position remembered by spectator counting procedure
(A) Lockdown (11-card packet)
(B) Futures/Options (10-card packet)
(C) Go Fourth (10 cards, faro)
(D) Point of View (14 pointer cards)
(E) Cue Test
(F) First and Ten (spectator finds magicians card and vice versa)
(G) Doctor Cue
(H) HI Test
(I) Xtantra
(J) Doctor's Out
(K) Outback
Variations Prototype 3
Christoph Borer Double Thought half forcing deck, spectator and magician find the selection of the otherInspired byAlso published here Seminarheft 32
Harry Lorayne Near Perfect spectator sandwiches a card, turns out to be his selection Trend Setters 271
Ken Krenzel Double S'Entendre two spectators choose cards in their hands and find the card of the other spectator, out of handsVariations Close-up Impact! 12
Edward Marlo, Walter B. Gibson You Found It! spectator turns card face-up, it is previous selection, alternatively next to selection, mathematical, inspired by Walter Gibson's "The Popular Card Tricks", three methods The Olram File (Issue 5) 14
Edward Marlo Think Theory spectator cuts at thought-of card, one out of two or fourRelated to The Olram File (Issue 9) 11
Ken Krenzel, Alexander de Cova Synchronus two spectators choose cards in their hands and find the card of the other spectator, out of handsInspired by Avantgarde Magic (Vol. 1, No. 2) 17
Christoph Borer Double Thought half forcing deck, spectator and magician find the selection of the otherInspired byAlso published here Magie 18
Gary Kurtz Two Heads Are Better Than One a friend locates a card, stooged with some simple instructions Prinzipien in der Praxis 21
Jim Molinari In-Cert(ainly) places card next to selection Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 16, No. 8) 2254
Unknown あなたの後で (Behind your back) Larry Jennings's Card Technique 99
Karl Norman Follow-Up Routine Spectator selects a card, shuffles it back into the deck, selection ends up on top 40 Years at the Forks 29
Unknown The Lucky Card Spectator locates his card with his Lucky Card Card College - Volume 1 164
Roberto Giobbi The Lucky Coin spectator locates a chosen card with a coinRelated toVariations Card College - Volume 1 241
Paul Cummins Flasher from a shuffled deck in use... Part One 28
Karl Fulves Block Cut tabled transfer cut, spectator finds other spectator's selection in 5-card poker hand because other four cards are the aces Blocking Off 154
Nick Trost Double Shock! Two spectators find each other's cardInspired by The Card Magic of Nick Trost 141
Unknown The Will Power Trick spectator stops at the right card when moving his finger along a fan, pulse and muscle reading The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 8) 2
Unknown Reversed Card spectator finds another spectator's card in a corner of the roomRelated toAlso published here The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 8) 3
Unknown Out of the Room spectator finds another spectator's card in a corner of the room, reversedAlso published here The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 8) 9
Mark Garetz, Al Koran Persistence of Thought with camera flash unitInspired by Virtual Foolery 12
Bruce Cervon Do You Believe in Intuition! Hard-Boiled Mysteries 95
Jack Birnman My Spectator, The Clairvoyant fair selection (automatic placement), added value of three selections determines position of first selectionRelated to The Looking Glass (Issue 4) 133
Jimmy Favorite Little Egypt pyramid build with three cards, coin appears, then spectator finds his signed card by placing the coin on top, coin vanishes again in pyramidInspired by The Trapdoor - Volume Three (Issue 68) 1401
Jack Birnman, Eddie Joseph, Roy Walton My Spectator, The Clairvoyant card fount at total of four stopped at cardsRelated to The Trapdoor - Volume Three (Issue 70) 1468
Joshua Jay A Utility Discovery Utility sequence - spectator deals and stops on their own selection, and second selection is then found reversed in the deckAlso published here A Teen's Routines 55
Richard Osterlind Tribute to Tarbell Inspired by Dynamic Mysteries 30
Joshua Jay Utility Discovery Utility sequence - spectator deals and stops on their own selection, and second selection is then found reversed in the deckAlso published here Magic Atlas 43
Alex Berecz Top Change theatrical dressing around a top change Mastering the Art of Magic 69
Unknown Spelling Stunner spectator cuts and spells his first name to selected card Mastering the Art of Magic 146
Eugene Burger Easy Spelling Mastering the Art of Magic 183
Roberto Giobbi A Question of Sex unknown card marked on back is found by spectatorInspired by Card College - Volume 4 805
Wolff von Keyserlingk Clever Is as Foolish Does spectator finds selection three times with the a id of the joker Concertos for Pasteboard 89
Jörg Alexander Weber Feminine Intuition first 1992Inspired by Concertos for Pasteboard 201
Christoph Borer Mery spectator finds selection of other spectator with a pendulumAlso published here Anam Cara 25
Karl Fulves Card Recalled unknown card signed on back found with Hex Squared instructions Hex Squared 8
Karl Fulves Restoration four red-backed and 4 blue-backed cards torn in half, one card signed on face and a half kept, card chosen from 3x5 square made from rest, matching half found Hex Squared 40
Paul Cummins Choice elimination process, thought-of touch FASDIU II 97
Theodore DeLand Educated Die / Spotter Die Ace through 6 of clubs in row, spectator finds the 6 Hofzinser's Card Tricks 24
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser The Four Kings card thought of, then a spectator extracts it from pocket, 3 matching cards found, then assembly, 4 double facers Hofzinser's Card Tricks 68
Euan Bingham Intuition by placing card next to aces Free From Filler 10
Al Baker Spectator produces Card from Inside Pocket spectator finds two cards but not third, performer does and shows that the deck consists of duplicates of this card The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Magazines) 663
Al Baker Sympathetic Cards selection next to reversed card The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Notebooks) 743
Gordon Bean, Jim Patton Covered Double Shot two spectators end up with their card when deck is dribbled underneath handkerchiefRelated to Penumbra (Issue 5) 5
Karl Fulves Spot-On Die six card packet, selection found by spelling rolled number on die, repeatInspired by
  • Spotter Die (DeLand)
Hofzinser Notebook 10
Karl Fulves Mental Case spectator removes mate of another person's selection from part of deck without knowing itInspired by
  • "Mental Deck" (Theodore DeLand)
Hofzinser Notebook 52
Jay Sankey Transference Magician divines spectator's thought of card, then another spectator divines another's thought of card, then spectator locates his own card Twenty Years Of Magic (Issue Amazing Tricks) 22
Christoph Borer Double Thought half forcing deck, spectator and magician find the selection of the otherInspired byAlso published here Bisingen 03 21
John Bannon Out Of Touch spectator touches his previously thought-of card (from 5 possibilities) Dear Mr. Fantasy 100
Erik Nordvall Named Do As I Do Spectator names a card and removes a card from the deck, revealed to be named card. Magician then does the same Erik Nordvall Lecture Notes Asia 2006 12
Christoph Borer Double Thought half forcing deck, spectator and magician find the selection of the otherAlso published here Compilation 55
Christoph Borer Pendulum spectator finds selection of other spectator with a pendulumAlso published here Compilation 145
Aldo Colombini The Stranger cards are eliminated until one is left Best of Friends - Volume III 134
Christoph Borer Pendulum spectator finds selection of other spectator with a pendulumAlso published here Der Stoff aus dem die Wunder sind 15
Christoph Borer Double Thought half forcing deck, spectator and magician find the selection of the otherInspired byAlso published here Der Stoff aus dem die Wunder sind 17
Christoph Borer Pendulum spectator finds selection of other spectator with a pendulumAlso published here Seminarnotitzen 2007 17
Paul Vigil Diplopia one thought-of (and removed) card by performer and one by spectator, performer finds spectator's card and vice versaInspired by
  • "Tap a Lack" (Paul Cummins, MAGIC, July 2005)
Related to
Diplopia 3
Jörg Alexander Weber Die Unterschrift unknown card signed on back, card chosen from face turns out to be the oneInspired by ZauberKunstStücke - Band 2 35
Fred Robinson Stab-it spectator stabs for selection with card which turns out to be selection The Magic of Fred Robinson 198
Ken Krenzel Ghost of a Sandwich forceps handling, apparently spectator finds card by sandwiching it Relaxed Impossibilities 145
Steve Beam, Walter B. Gibson Outflanked two spectators find each others card, mathematical selection procedureInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 45
Lewis Jones, Marty Kane Long Division after elimination process by spectator card is located, inspired by Marty Kane's "Divide and Conjure" Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 143
R. Paul Wilson The Con-Cam Coincidence spectators shuffle packets, yet 4 of a kind on top matching selection Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 159
Al Koran, Roberto Giobbi One-Deck Do-as-I-Do miscallingRelated to Secret Agenda (Issue July 26) 223
Tom Stone Prediction Ajar Maelstrom 65
Helder Guimarães Force One spectator stops at previously thought-of card Ontology Project 22
Ryan Schlutz Pulse Detection card peeked at, value found via reading body language, spectator finds card among four Making the Cut 11
Ryan Schlutz When in Doubt, Read a Palm card with palm on it, selection found by other spectator, back of palm-card is selection as well Making the Cut 21
Ryan Schlutz Fing-Jit-Su spectator breaks small wood with finger, then flicks deck at selectionRelated to Making the Cut 51
Ryan Schlutz, Harry Lorayne Treasure Hunt Three of Diamonds used to find selection via multiple outInspired by Making the Cut 111
Roberto Giobbi The Fine Print spectator finds selection with guarantee card Confidences 155
Darwin Ortiz Test Your Luck spectator stabs random card next to named card Lessons in Card Mastery 255
Darwin Ortiz Sorcerer's Apprentice spectator and performer locate each other's cardsRelated to Lessons in Card Mastery 277
Allan Ackerman, Rafael Benatar A Cull for R. B. spectator pushes performer's favorite card in deck between two previously named cards The Cardjurer 53
Patrick Lehnen Tamar-X spectator cuts to his named card Lecture Notes 8
Father Alex Finally You're a Psychic two spectators each select a card, third spectator pulls out two cards, turns out to be the selections, uses dual reality Lecture Notes: Hand Mucking 14
Joseph Barry Another Ruse for Magicians... spectator shuffles, card is on top or at least under control Reverie 17
Joseph Barry Don't Stop Thinking stop trick at thought-of card, think stop, then spectator stops at performers card Reverie 20
Paul Vigil From Your Pocket, Sir deck put in spectator's pocket, spectator pulls out selection, credit informationInspired by Classic Fantastic 245
Helder Guimarães Extending the Luck card chosen, coin used to narrow deck down to one card, on back of coin is corner that matches selection, single card is missing this corner suddenlyInspired by The Veriloquent 47
Steve Beam Dicey Location A selected card is found by having a spectator roll a dice to generate three random numbers.Related to
  • "Curiouser Count" (Steve Beam, Semi-Automatic Card Tricks, Vol. V, 2004)
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 62
Steve Beam Deep Down Dicey Location Four Dice are rolled to arrive at a random number where a selected card can be found in the deck.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 63
John Wilson The Parabola spectator cuts to his selection, breather You and Me and the Devil Makes Three - Volume I 9
Pit Hartling Thought Exchange performer and spectator each glimpse card in one half, they locate each other's cards, half stackInspired by In Order to Amaze 70
Pit Hartling Just Like That performer and spectator each think of a card, they locate each other's cards In Order to Amaze 112
Unknown Made-to-measure Magic - The Problem deck spread on table, length named and measure, card at that position is selection, posed as problemVariations Hidden Agenda (Issue May 31) 155
Roberto Giobbi Made-to-measure Magic - A Solution deck spread on table, length named and measure, card at that position is selectionInspired by Hidden Agenda (Issue Aug 31) 251
Roberto Giobbi, Theodore Annemann The Three Roses red-backed card put in blue-backed deck, deck in glass, card named in three stages, it's odd-backed cardInspired by Standup Card Magic 166
Christoph Borer Pendulum spectator finds selection of other spectator with a pendulumAlso published here 21 217
John Cottle, Joseph Barry 2 Way Out two outs for lost selection Operandi (Issue 2) 18