coincidence? no. prevision? yes\nthree decks, two shuffled and dealt face up, at one point same card appears at same position, this card is reversed in the third deck\ngeorge g. kaplan\nthe "my best" coincidence\npeter kane
1945
my best George G. Kaplan

Coincidence? No. Prevision? Yes

three decks, two shuffled and dealt face up, at one point same card appears at same position, this card is reversed in the third deck

coincidence\nrepeated mate coincidence, two halves, dealing cards simultaneously\nbill simon\nwill\n unknown\nthe power of thought\npaul curry
1952
effective card magic Bill Simon

Coincidence

repeated mate coincidence, two halves, dealing cards simultaneously

an odd gray coincidence\ntwo packets from different decks, question and faro shuffling procedure before coincidence\nkarl fulves
1970
faro & riffle technique Karl Fulves

An Odd Gray Coincidence

two packets from different decks, question and faro shuffling procedure before coincidence

the "my best" coincidence\ntwo decks shuffled and counted down until match occurs, this card is predicted\npeter kane\ncoincidence? no. prevision? yes\ngeorge g. kaplan
1971
another card session with peter kane Peter Kane

The "My Best" Coincidence

two decks shuffled and counted down until match occurs, this card is predicted

opposite conjunction\ntwo decks, using "basic riffle shuffle stack" (npo variant)
- second method - reverse zarrow\nkarl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle technique - preliminary notes on part two Karl Fulves

Opposite Conjunction

two decks, using "basic riffle shuffle stack" (NPO variant)
- Second Method - Reverse Zarrow

double coincidence\nfinding mates ala power of thought, then the other two mates as well, faro, penelope's principle, full deck stack\nmurray bonfeld
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

Double Coincidence

finding mates ala Power of Thought, then the other two mates as well, faro, Penelope's Principle, full deck stack

linear a\ntwo halves, a card in one half reversed, when counted down a mate is in same position in other half, multiple methods
- l-a #1 to l-a #8
- linear b
- linear c\nkarl fulves\nace in hole\ngordon r. mckenney
1983
hardcore aces Karl Fulves

Linear A

two halves, a card in one half reversed, when counted down a mate is in same position in other half, multiple methods
- L-A #1 to L-A #8
- Linear B
- Linear C

twindow\ntwo decks, one is cut and card turned over, both deck are dealt until face up cards, same card on same position in other deck, position is predictet\nthomas alan waters\neddie joseph's "staggered"
1984
mind, myth & magick Thomas Alan Waters

Twindow

two decks, one is cut and card turned over, both deck are dealt until face up cards, same card on same position in other deck, position is predictet

a mental combination\n- a multiple coincidence
- impromptu power of thought
four thought-of cards matched with another deck, power-of-thought with two decks, see page 55 (addendum) for addition\nedward marlo
1989
so soon? Edward Marlo

A Mental Combination

- A Multiple Coincidence
- Impromptu Power of Thought
four thought-of cards matched with another deck, power-of-thought with two decks, see page 55 (Addendum) for addition

returned to the nest\ntwo decks, using automatic placement like selection procedure\nalex elmsley
1991
the collected works of alex elmsley - volume 1 Alex Elmsley

Returned to the Nest

two decks, using automatic placement like selection procedure

arith-mate-ic\nsome cards are cut, rest is cut into two piles, number of cut-off cards determines coincidence in two tabled packets\nalex elmsley\nmathe-mate-ics\ndenis behr\nalex elmsley
1991
the collected works of alex elmsley - volume 1 Alex Elmsley

Arith-Mate-Ic

some cards are cut, rest is cut into two piles, number of cut-off cards determines coincidence in two tabled packets

pother\none deck, mathematical selection procedure from one half, penelope principle, all mates twenty-six apart\nalex elmsley
1991
the collected works of alex elmsley - volume 1 Alex Elmsley

Pother

one deck, mathematical selection procedure from one half, Penelope Principle, all mates twenty-six apart

brownwaves i\none deck version, quite mathematical with dealing\nalex elmsley\nno looking\nalex elmsley
1991
the collected works of alex elmsley - volume 1 Alex Elmsley

the book of fortunes\nhumorous presentation, selection derived at by "power-of-thought"-coincidence is predicted in book\nalex elmsley
1991
the collected works of alex elmsley - volume 1 Alex Elmsley

The Book of Fortunes

humorous presentation, selection derived at by "power-of-thought"-coincidence is predicted in book

will\ndeck separated in two halves, one card selected, mate appears at same position in other half\n unknown\ncoincidence\nbill simon
1996
the fred braue notebooks
Unknown

Will

deck separated in two halves, one card selected, mate appears at same position in other half

mirror power\nvariation of power of thought, four of a kind produced as they are at same position in two piles, matches spectator's thought of value (first published in powerth, peter duffie, 1993)\npeter duffie\nthe power of thought\npaul curry
1997
effortless card magic Peter Duffie

Mirror Power

Variation of Power of Thought, four of a kind produced as they are at same position in two piles, matches spectator's thought of value (first published in Powerth, Peter Duffie, 1993)

two way mirror\nvariation of power of thought, two spectators think of a value each, when two piles are dealt, the only matching pairs of mates matches the two thought of values\npeter duffie\nthe power of thought\npaul curry
1997
effortless card magic Peter Duffie

Two Way Mirror

Variation of Power of Thought, two spectators think of a value each, when two piles are dealt, the only matching pairs of mates matches the two thought of values

the power of thought\n\npaul curry\ncoincidence\nbill simon\nmirror power\npeter duffie\ntwo way mirror\npeter duffie
2001
paul curry's worlds beyond Paul Curry

one girl two decks\nspectator cuts to card and cases deck, performer names number, when counting down to this number in the deck and a second prediction deck both end up with selection\nmichael weber\none girl two decks\nmichael weber\none girl two decks\nmichael weber
2011
knew & improved Michael Weber

One Girl Two Decks

spectator cuts to card and cases deck, performer names number, when counting down to this number in the deck and a second prediction deck both end up with selection

one girl two decks\nspectator cuts to card and cases deck, performer names number, when counting down to this number in the deck and a second prediction deck both end up with selection\nmichael weber\none girl two decks\nmichael weber
2012
blackpool twenty twelve Michael Weber

One Girl Two Decks

spectator cuts to card and cases deck, performer names number, when counting down to this number in the deck and a second prediction deck both end up with selection

flummoxed\nthree phases, single-deck approach for eddie joseph's "staggered" stack\njim steinmeyer\neddie joseph
2013
ensuing impuzzibilities Jim Steinmeyer, Eddie Joseph

Flummoxed

three phases, single-deck approach for Eddie Joseph's "Staggered" stack

one girl two decks\nspectator cuts to card and cases deck, performer names number, when counting down to this number in the deck and a second prediction deck both end up with selection\nmichael weber\none girl two decks\nmichael weber
2014
old dog Michael Weber

One Girl Two Decks

spectator cuts to card and cases deck, performer names number, when counting down to this number in the deck and a second prediction deck both end up with selection

mathe-mate-ics\nin a progressively more impressive demonstration, the participant cuts a number of cards from the deck. the magician cuts the remainder in two. dealing down in both the magician's packets to the participant's number, two mates are found. this is repeated two times.\ndenis behr\nalex elmsley\narith-mate-ic\nalex elmsley
2015
semi-automatic card tricks - volume 10 Denis Behr, Alex Elmsley

Mathe-Mate-Ics

In a progressively more impressive demonstration, the participant cuts a number of cards from the deck. The magician cuts the remainder in two. Dealing down in both the magician's packets to the participant's number, two mates are found. This is repeated two times.