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Unknown Of cards, with good cautions how to avoid cousenage therein: speciall rules to conveie and handle the cards, and the maner and order how to accomplish all difficult and strange things wrought with cards injog or outjog shuffle to preserve stock, first or fourth finger controls stock, also with a few cover cardsRelated to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXVII) 188
Reginald Scot On Gambling and Cheating The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXVII) 188
Unknown Glide second card injogged and covered by fingersRelated to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXVII) 189
Unknown How to tell one what card he seeth in the bottome, when the same card is shuffled into the stocke card peeked, kept under control with jog shuffle and then "forced" (given) to spectator and divinedRelated to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXVII) 189
Unknown An other waie to doo the same, having your selfe indeed never seene the card card glimpsed with diversion (like letting some cards fall), making piles and following the card, then giving it to spectator and divining itRelated to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXVII) 189
Unknown Classic Force with out (dropping some cards and starting again)Related to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXVIII) 190
Unknown The Glide second card injogged and hidden by fingers Breslaw's Last Legacy 64
Unknown To tell what Card a Person pitches on, without seeing the Card till you find it in the Pack cards shown one by one and stopped at selection, simple overhand shuffle control Breslaw's Last Legacy 65
Unknown Shuffling of Cards so as to always keep one cartain Card at the Bottom overhand shuffling, see ScotRelated to Breslaw's Last Legacy 68
Unknown Classic Force to force a number La Magie Blanche Dévoilée 43
Professor Hoffmann General Principles of Sleight-of-Hand applicable to Card Tricks Modern Magic 11
Unknown To Make the Pass - First Method very backbone of card-conjuring, the Modern Magic 12
Unknown Classic Pass Half Pass Modern Magic 14
Professor Hoffmann Managing the Pass misdirection and gaze Modern Magic 14
Unknown To Make the Pass - Second Method Modern Magic 15
Unknown Classic Pass False Cut as top half is taken, or as top half is replaced Modern Magic 16
Unknown To Make the Pass - Third Method Modern Magic 17
Unknown To Make the Pass - Fourth Method one-handed version of Third Method Modern Magic 18
Unknown To Make the Pass - Fifth Method flourishy Modern Magic 18
Unknown To Make the Pass - Sixth Method Modern Magic 19
Unknown To Make the Pass - Seventh Method Modern Magic 20
Unknown To "Force" a Card Modern Magic 21
Unknown To make a "False Shuffle" - First Method small top stock Modern Magic 23
Unknown To make a "False Shuffle" - Second Method slip shuffle Modern Magic 23
Unknown To make a "False Shuffle" - Third Method back forth with Optical Shuffle principle Modern Magic 24
Unknown To make a "False Shuffle" - Fourth Method fans pushed into each other and stripped out again (Zarrowesque concept) Modern Magic 25
Unknown To make a "False Shuffle" - Fifth Method multiple packets Modern Magic 26
Unknown To make a "False Shuffle" - Sixth Method multiple packets, real cut Modern Magic 26
Unknown To "Palm" a Card Modern Magic 27
Unknown Palm Glimpse glimpsing palmed card Modern Magic 27
Unknown Palm Replacement Modern Magic 27
Unknown To "Ruffle" the Cards one-handed or two-handed Modern Magic 27
Unknown To "Change" a Card - First Method bottom change Modern Magic 28
Unknown To "Change" a Card - Second Method bold, bottom card shown, top side-jogged card quickly removed instead Modern Magic 29
Unknown To "Change" a Card - Third Method top change Modern Magic 30
Unknown To "Change" a Card - Fourth Method "With one hand only." Modern Magic 31
Prof. Robert Hellis To "Change" a Card - Fifth Method "To change a card without the aid of the Pack"
in context of effect in which wrong card changes into selection
Modern Magic 32
Prof. Robert Hellis To "Change" a Card - Sixth Method To change severals cards at once. Modern Magic 33
Unknown To Get Sight of a Drawn Card - First Method (center)
- Second Method (bottom)
Modern Magic 34
Unknown To "Slip" a Card Modern Magic 35
Unknown To Draw Back a Card Glisser la carte Modern Magic 36
Unknown To "Turn Over" the Pack Modern Magic 37
Unknown To Spring the Cards from one Hand to the Other Modern Magic 37
Unknown To Throw a Card Modern Magic 38
Unknown The Bridge Modern Magic 39
Unknown Simple Modes of Discovering a given Card - First Method top cards openly pushed back one by one until spectator stops, bottom card force card Modern Magic 42
Unknown Second Method single card friction toss Modern Magic 45
Unknown Third Method air-pressure turnover Modern Magic 45
Unknown Hidden Block Packet Switch Modern Magic 48
Unknown Throw Packet to Count its Cards Modern Magic 50
Unknown The "Three Card" Trick with bent corner Modern Magic 76
Unknown Push-off Count Modern Magic 80
Unknown Holding Two Breaks Modern Magic 80
Unknown Cutting Force spectator cuts to a break while performer holds deck Modern Magic 84
Unknown The Changing Card-Drawer Drawer Box for card tricks Modern Magic 347
Professor Hoffmann Tips on the Classic Force Modern Magic 89
Unknown The Changing Ladle on a stick, to change flat objects, as card burning, paper switch or Q&A device Modern Magic 358
Unknown Friction Toss Modern Magic 100
Unknown Classic Pass False Cut Modern Magic 63
Unknown Shuffling Deck with Key Card Modern Magic 65
Unknown Dribble Force Precursor using wide card Modern Magic 65
Unknown Single Card Cull Modern Magic 109
Unknown Table Edge Drag Switch into servante (lap) Modern Magic 110
Unknown Psychological Force picture card amongst number cards Modern Magic 112
Unknown Pochette-Profonde Switch Modern Magic 119
Unknown Changing Card-boxes, and Tricks performed with them Modern Magic 134
Unknown Card Box Force using prop for switch Modern Magic 136
Unknown The Card Tripod switching device Modern Magic 139
Professor Hoffmann Deck Pull Tricks with Cards 199
Professor Hoffmann To Make the Pass "the very backbone of card conjuring" Tricks with Cards 4
Unknown To Make the Pass with both Hands Tricks with Cards 4
Unknown Single-handed Pass, No. 1 Tricks with Cards 6
Charlier Single-handed Pass, No. 2 Tricks with Cards 7
Unknown Charlier Pass as Control Tricks with Cards 9
Unknown Single-handed Pass, No. 3 as color change Tricks with Cards 9
Unknown To Force a Card including one-handed variation Tricks with Cards 11
Unknown To Force a Person to Think of a Particular Card from fan or during riffling with slight stop at stepRelated to Tricks with Cards 12
Unknown "Forcing" Packs one-way & three-way Tricks with Cards 14
Unknown Injog Stop Force top cards openly pushed back one by one until spectator stops Tricks with Cards 15
Unknown To Palm a Card with replacement to remove "curl" Tricks with Cards 16
Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin To Palm the Bottom Card of the Pack Tricks with Cards 17
W. J. Collins To Palm the Top Card with One Hand only actually bottom palm, deck is simply turned over Tricks with Cards 17
Unknown To get Sight of a Card for top (first palming the card), center and bottom Tricks with Cards 18
Professor Hoffmann N. B. how to get the deck in line of sight for glimpse Tricks with Cards 19
Unknown To Change a Card - First Method bottom change Tricks with Cards 19
Unknown To Change a Card - Second Method top change Tricks with Cards 20
Unknown "Second" Dealing with "card at any number" application Tricks with Cards 21
Unknown To Change a Card - Third Method: The Vertical Change snap-over change, see page 132 for another way to get into it Tricks with Cards 22
Unknown To Change a Card - Fourth Method bottom card shown, top side-jogged card quickly removed instead Tricks with Cards 23
Prof. Robert Hellis Hellis' Change, No. 1 "To change a card without the aid of the Pack"
in context of effect in which wrong card changes into selection
Tricks with Cards 23
Prof. Robert Hellis Hellis' Change, No. 2 "To change severals cards at once" Tricks with Cards 24
Unknown To Slip a Card with transformation effect Tricks with Cards 25
Unknown False Shuffles - First Method small top stock Tricks with Cards 26
Unknown False Shuffles - Second Method top stock Tricks with Cards 26
Unknown False Shuffles - Third Method top stock retained, repeat center cuts Tricks with Cards 27
Unknown False Shuffles - Fourth Method back forth with Optical Shuffle principle Tricks with Cards 27
Unknown False Shuffles - Fifth Method multiple packets Tricks with Cards 27
Unknown False Shuffles - Sixth Method fans pushed into each other and stripped out again (Zarrowesque concept) Tricks with Cards 28
Charlier False Shuffles - Seventh Method uncredited Tricks with Cards 28
Unknown False Shuffles - Eighth Method cards are inserted, pushed through diagonally, stripped out and replaced on bottom Tricks with Cards 29
Unknown Diagonal Insertion Tricks with Cards 29
Unknown The Bridge two methods to put it in Tricks with Cards 30
Unknown The Ruffle two-handed or one-handed riffle for sound effect Tricks with Cards 31
Unknown The Click with deck or single card Tricks with Cards 32
Unknown To Throw a Card Tricks with Cards 32
Unknown To Spring the Cards from Hand to Hand Tricks with Cards 33
Unknown Electric Deck with ribbon, only mentioned Tricks with Cards 34
Unknown To Change one Pack for another special pockets (pochette) at trousers & profonde, multiple methodsRelated to Tricks with Cards 34
Professor Hoffmann Conjurers' Table - The Servante Tricks with Cards 36
Unknown Shuffling with Key Card "very small risk of the two cards being parted" Tricks with Cards 41
Unknown with the aid of a wide card - Third Method
wide card as key card
Tricks with Cards 69
Unknown Fourth Method deck bridge as control Tricks with Cards 69
Unknown The Turn-over air pressure Tricks with Cards 70
Unknown Third Method of Revealing single card friction toss Tricks with Cards 71
Unknown The Pack being divided into two Heaps on the Table and a Card taken from each Heap and placed in the other: to discover such Cards two methods (odd/even or bridge) Tricks with Cards 81
Unknown Hidden Block Packet Switch Tricks with Cards 90
Unknown Multiple Bottom Change brief Tricks with Cards 91
Unknown The "Whispering Trick" for one spectator, paperballs over the head situation Tricks with Cards 93
Unknown The Capital Q back-count force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stack Tricks with Cards 95
Professor Hoffmann Card Tricks without Apparatus, and chiefly dependent upon Sleight of Hand - Advice to the Neophyte
- The Conjurer's "Patter"
Tricks with Cards 99
Unknown Classic Pass False Cut Tricks with Cards 106
Unknown To turn over the Pack Tricks with Cards 111
Unknown To Pass a Card through a Hat as out for classic force Tricks with Cards 116
Unknown Classic Pass Half Pass Tricks with Cards 119
Unknown Friction Toss Tricks with Cards 120
Unknown Cut Force spectator cuts into break Tricks with Cards 122
Unknown Classic Pass False Cut handling 2 Tricks with Cards 130
Unknown Drawing off the Table Edge Switch Tricks with Cards 131
Unknown Card to Pocket as Out for Classic Force Tricks with Cards 133
Unknown Card-Boxes No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4: "Card-and-Bird" Box
No. 5
No. 6: Bland's Brass Card-box
No. 7: The Card-Drawer
No. 8: The Double Card-Drawer
Tricks with Cards 151
Professor Hoffmann A Drawn Card, placed in a Closed Box, made to Fly back to the Pack, while Another takes its Place in the Box including Another Method Tricks with Cards 160
Unknown Card Naming when stack has been shuffled, punch deck More Magic 81
Unknown A New Changing Card-box, an Tricks therewith More Magic 121
Professor Hoffmann Addition behind Mirror More Magic 130
Unknown A Perpendicular Palm kind of perpendicular lateral palm More Magic 136
Charlier The "Charlier" Pass also as a control (also used on p. 40) More Magic 9
Unknown To "Force" a Card. First Method exposing the card a bit more, also one-handed or in spread on table More Magic 11
Unknown Psychological Riffle Force stopping at a card in the middle slightly More Magic 12
Professor Hoffmann To Force three Cards together three cards repeat itself, spectator cuts anywhere More Magic 13
Unknown To make a "False Shuffle" - Seventh Method riffle shuffle to keep top stock More Magic 14
Charlier To make a "False Shuffle" - Eighth Method Charlier Shuffle More Magic 14
Unknown To make a "False Shuffle" - Ninth Method top packet inserted in middle diagonally and stripped out again More Magic 15
Unknown Diagonal Insertion More Magic 15
Unknown Multiple Shift More Magic 16
Unknown To Change a Card - The Revolution snap-over change More Magic 17
Unknown The Click one-handed with fingers of left hand More Magic 19
Unknown The Bridge: Additional Methods - Second Method
- Third Method
- Fourth Method
More Magic 20
Unknown Methods of Identifying a Chosen Card - Fourth Method concave bridge in rest of deck More Magic 22
Unknown The Capital Q back-count force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stack More Magic 27
Unknown Holding Out Partial Stack palming thirteen cards while spectator shuffles More Magic 29
Professor Hoffmann As an Out Trick for a Failed Force More Magic 48
Unknown Monte Throw More Magic 52
Unknown Vertauschen eines Kartenspieles vermittelst Servante deck switch with servante behind chairRelated to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 176
Unknown Vertauschen eines Kartenspieles vermittelst Klammer deck switch using holder at body Der moderne Kartenkünstler 177
Unknown Die Volte mit zwei Händen several handlings (similar to Decremps), also as half pass Der moderne Kartenkünstler 1
Unknown Die Volte mit einer Hand speed suggestion: at least twenty-five to thirty passes per minute Der moderne Kartenkünstler 3
Unknown Die Renommier-Volte one-handed flourish pass Der moderne Kartenkünstler 5
Unknown Das Filieren der Karten Der moderne Kartenkünstler 6
Unknown Experto credite! named card is missing from new and sealed deck, with risky psychological force, out with card index and deck switch Der moderne Kartenkünstler 230
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Chicagoer Kartendruckerei end grip, for one or multiple cards, with display choreography Der moderne Kartenkünstler 7
Unknown Das Schleifen der Karten Der moderne Kartenkünstler 8
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Forcieren der Karten with psychology Der moderne Kartenkünstler 9
Unknown Table Spread Force brief, force card a bit more exposed Der moderne Kartenkünstler 12
Unknown Das Escamotieren einer Karte Der moderne Kartenkünstler 12
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Maskiertes Escamotieren selection palmed into right hand from top of left-hand packet as right-hand packet is replacedRelated to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 13
Unknown Auflegen der Karten Der moderne Kartenkünstler 13
Unknown Abzählen der Karten faced deck, spectator names number, as forceRelated to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 14
Unknown Kolorieren der Karten Der moderne Kartenkünstler 14
Unknown The american strong trick Der moderne Kartenkünstler 16
Unknown Abziehen einer Karte The Slip, from top to bottom or from center to bottom Der moderne Kartenkünstler 17
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster La carte échappée transferring a card to bottom half via The Slip Der moderne Kartenkünstler 18
Unknown Falsches Mischen tabled cuts in multiple packets that retain cyclical order, methods for up to five packets Der moderne Kartenkünstler 19
Unknown I. Methode for single card Der moderne Kartenkünstler 20
Unknown II. Methode greek shuffle Der moderne Kartenkünstler 20
Unknown III. Methode confusing description Der moderne Kartenkünstler 21
Unknown Die geheimnisvollen Würfel - two dice thrown and sum counted to repeatedly until deck is divided in two halves, they're separated in red and black
- red and black separation by performer without dice but crimp or punch instead
Der moderne Kartenkünstler 110
Unknown Umschlagen einer Karte air-pressure turnoverRelated to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 22
Unknown Das mathematische Mischen deck shuffled by a (real) controlled Charlier Shuffle type procedure, with tables how the order changes, 32 or 52 cards Der moderne Kartenkünstler 113
Unknown Das mathematische Mischen - 1. first application, ten cards shuffled, yet they stay in order, using shuffle that recycles after seven executions Der moderne Kartenkünstler 119
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster On Memorized Deck & Applying Controlled Shuffle using the controlled shuffle to set-up for "Die künstliche Reihenfolge"Related to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 120
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Gezwungene Wahl magician's choice from 32 cards and layout on tableRelated to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 121
Unknown Das bezauberte Messer spectator stabs knife into shuffled deck, performer names card, bottom card slipped into position Der moderne Kartenkünstler 28
Unknown Das schräg oder conisch beschnittene Spiel stripper deck, red black application, also all four suits Der moderne Kartenkünstler 128
Unknown Italienische Methode crimp along center, single card or full deck Der moderne Kartenkünstler 131
Unknown Französische Methode corner crimp Der moderne Kartenkünstler 132
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Einzig unfehlbare Manier, um vom Publikum gemerkte Karten zu erraten strange force of fourth card from top Der moderne Kartenkünstler 29
Unknown Dummy Card in Handkerchief faking presence of deck while it is switched Der moderne Kartenkünstler 35
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 Rouge et Noir card riffled through are all red, then all black, small incomplete faro condition for impromptu svengali deck principle Der moderne Kartenkünstler 69
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Double Deal top and bottom removed simultaneously at penultimate count and bottom card dropped on deck so it appears at next number Der moderne Kartenkünstler 70
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Die neue dreifache Verwandlungskarte card changes two times, ends with unprepared card since a cover slide is palmed offInspired byRelated to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 151
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster The Flying Card card thrown in air comes back, on thread tied to ceilingRelated to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 73
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Psychological Force showing one card a bit longer Der moderne Kartenkünstler 82
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Die verschwundene Karte card selected and returned out of hands, yet it disappears from deck Der moderne Kartenkünstler 83
Unknown Multiple Bottom Change no details New Era Card Tricks 190
Unknown The Flying and Obedient Card wide distance boomerang card, threadRelated to New Era Card Tricks 194
Unknown Cut Force spectator cuts off packet at secret break New Era Card Tricks 196
Unknown Face Deck Turnover Force New Era Card Tricks 176
Unknown The Double Handed Pass New Era Card Tricks 7
Alexander Herrmann The Herrmann Pass with 2 cover actions New Era Card Tricks 10
Charlier The Charlier Pass New Era Card Tricks 13
Charlier Charlier Pass as a Control delayed with step New Era Card Tricks 15
Unknown The Force with out, included one-handed version New Era Card Tricks 16
Unknown Table Spread Force New Era Card Tricks 17
August Roterberg Changes describing an out for lost selection New Era Card Tricks 17
Unknown The Top Change New Era Card Tricks 18
Unknown The Bottom Change New Era Card Tricks 19
Unknown The New Top Change end grip New Era Card Tricks 20
Unknown The Mexican Turn Over New Era Card Tricks 22
Adrian Plate The Excelsior Change "Palm Change" New Era Card Tricks 22
Unknown The Color Change - First Method
- Second Methods
- Third Method
- Fourth Method (one-handed)
New Era Card Tricks 24
Unknown The Regular Palm New Era Card Tricks 29
Unknown Palm Replacement New Era Card Tricks 30
Buatier de Kolta The Buatier Palm New Era Card Tricks 31
Unknown The Back Hand Palm New Era Card Tricks 32
William E. Robinson New Thought Card Sleights - First Method (fanning before the spectator's eyes)
- Second Method (face-up classic force behind back)
- Third Method (springing from hand to hand)
New Era Card Tricks 34
Unknown The New Glimpse - First Method (below break)
- Second Method (random card in center via partial Charlier pass)
- Third Method (during insertion of selection, two handlings)
New Era Card Tricks 37
Unknown The Bridge New Era Card Tricks 40
Unknown The Glide New Era Card Tricks 42
Unknown The Revolution air pressure turnover New Era Card Tricks 43
Unknown Visible Transformation as deck is dropped on table, air pressure turnover New Era Card Tricks 43
Unknown Double Lift brief New Era Card Tricks 44
Unknown False Shuffles - The Cut cutting in two, three, four or five piles while retaining the cyclic order New Era Card Tricks 44
Charlier Shuffling the Entire Pack Charlier Shuffle New Era Card Tricks 46
Unknown For One Card controlling top card or bottom and top card New Era Card Tricks 46
Unknown Top Palm Replacement as deck is pushed forward New Era Card Tricks 50
Unknown Corner Crimp New Era Card Tricks 54
Unknown Undoing Riffle Shuffle with Stripper New Era Card Tricks 55
Unknown Deck Switch profonde pocket New Era Card Tricks 62
Unknown Improved Cards Read Behind The Back shuffled pack, order called out from behind back, with finesse New Era Card Tricks 67
Unknown The Lost Found estimation procedure New Era Card Tricks 71
Unknown Deck Crimp Location New Era Card Tricks 72
Unknown A Mysterious Change New Era Card Tricks 87
Unknown Double Lift New Era Card Tricks 87
Unknown Push-Back Count New Era Card Tricks 102
Unknown Friction Toss New Era Card Tricks 106
Unknown The Card Box propRelated to New Era Card Tricks 138
Unknown The Mechanical Card Box prop New Era Card Tricks 139
Unknown The Brass Card Box prop New Era Card Tricks 141
Unknown The New Brass Card Box prop New Era Card Tricks 142
Unknown The Card Servante behind chair or similarRelated to New Era Card Tricks 149
S. W. Erdnase To Ascertain the Top Cards while Riffling and Reserve them at Bottom see elegant title, tabled double cut The Expert at the Card Table 103
S. W. Erdnase Mode of Holding the Hand how to hold the hand for poker playing The Expert at the Card Table 104
S. W. Erdnase Skinning the Hand to rearrange a heavy poker hand The Expert at the Card Table 106
S. W. Erdnase Small Packet Top Palm The Expert at the Card Table 107
S. W. Erdnase Replacing the Cut as Before bold The Expert at the Card Table 110
S. W. Erdnase Dealing Without the Cut dealing from half pack to avoid shift and simplify bottom deal The Expert at the Card Table 109
S. W. Erdnase Holding Out for the Cut The Expert at the Card Table 110
S. W. Erdnase Sixth Method featuring unusual palmVariations The Expert at the Card Table 154
S. W. Erdnase Shifting the Cut tips for the card table The Expert at the Card Table 111
S. W. Erdnase Dealing Too Many dealing too many cards in a game, double deal is only hinted at The Expert at the Card Table 112
S. W. Erdnase Crimping for the Cut using crimp in a game, player cuts to crimp The Expert at the Card Table 113
S. W. Erdnase Replacing Palm When Cutting two for top, 1 for bottom The Expert at the Card Table 113
Unknown Three Card Monte two methods for the Throw Switch The Expert at the Card Table 117
Unknown Mexican Three Card Monte featuring the Mexican Turnover The Expert at the Card Table 122
Charlier Single Handed Shift also for control The Expert at the Card Table 128
S. W. Erdnase The Longitudinal Shift The Expert at the Card Table 130
S. W. Erdnase The Open Shift color change mention on page 134 The Expert at the Card Table 132
S. W. Erdnase The S.W.E. Shift color change mention on page 136Related to The Expert at the Card Table 134
S. W. Erdnase The Diagonal Palm-Shift mention of top palm, bottom palm, multiple shift on page 141Related toVariationsAlso published here The Expert at the Card Table 137
S. W. Erdnase Two Methods of Shuffling The Expert at the Card Table 20
S. W. Erdnase Possibilities of the "Blind" The Expert at the Card Table 21
S. W. Erdnase Greatest Single Accomplishment bottom dealing The Expert at the Card Table 23
S. W. Erdnase Shifts The Expert at the Card Table 95
S. W. Erdnase The Blind Shuffle For Securing Selected Card with palm off for a spectator shuffle The Expert at the Card Table 141
Unknown Forcing The Expert at the Card Table 142
S. W. Erdnase Palming two methods, on without apparently touching the deck with right hand The Expert at the Card Table 144
Unknown The Back Palm The Expert at the Card Table 145
Unknown Changes - The Top Change old style with finger change The Expert at the Card Table 147
Unknown The Bottom Change The Expert at the Card Table 148
Adrian Plate The Palm Change uncredited The Expert at the Card Table 149
Prof. Robert Hellis The Double-Palm Change Related to The Expert at the Card Table 150
S. W. Erdnase, Unknown Transformations. Two Hands six methodsRelated to The Expert at the Card Table 151
S. W. Erdnase Transformations. One Hand one-handed, two methods The Expert at the Card Table 156
Unknown Blind Shuffles, Retaining Entire Order. - First Method Related to The Expert at the Card Table 159
Unknown Second Method can be done without tableRelated to The Expert at the Card Table 161
Unknown Third Method similar to second method, can be done without tableRelated to The Expert at the Card Table 163
Unknown Fourth Method Greek Shuffle The Expert at the Card Table 164
Charlier Fifth Method The Expert at the Card Table 165
Unknown Methods for Determining a Card Thought Of A. By the Riffle
B. By Springing Flourish
C. By the Cut
D. By the Gaze
Related to The Expert at the Card Table 165
Unknown To Get Sight of Selected Card with spectator insertion subtlety, three centre glimpses The Expert at the Card Table 168
Unknown The Slide The Expert at the Card Table 168
Unknown Catching Two Cards at Fingertips "Favorite Sleights for Terminating Tricks" The Expert at the Card Table 169
Unknown The Revolution air pressure turnover The Expert at the Card Table 170
Charles Bertram The Two Handed Pass Charles Bertram's Method, "...it is the basis of, or used in, almost every card trick which requires any sleight of hand" The Modern Conjurer 35
Charlier, Charles Bertram The One-Hand Pass Charles Bertram's Methods "after he had learnt the pass from Charlier himself" The Modern Conjurer 38
Charles Bertram The Palm - A New and Perfectly Deceptive Method The Modern Conjurer 40
Unknown Handing Pack for Shuffling with palmed cards The Modern Conjurer 44
Unknown To Palm Cards from Bottom of Pack The Modern Conjurer 45
Unknown The Back and Front of Hand Continuous Palm with Cards The Modern Conjurer 46
Henri De Manche To Make a False Shuffle back and front throw, lift shuffle, three handlings
- First Method of False Shuffle (top half)
- Second Method False Shuffle (top and bottom stock)
- Third Method False Shuffle (full deck)
The Modern Conjurer 51
Unknown To Force a Card with strategy if force fails The Modern Conjurer 55
Unknown The "Change" The Modern Conjurer 57
Unknown Dealing Seconds The Modern Conjurer 59
Unknown Dealing Second Card from Bottom of Pack glide The Modern Conjurer 60
Unknown To Change the Front Card of Pack The Modern Conjurer 62
Unknown Top Card Glimpse The Modern Conjurer 68
Mademoiselle Patrice Catching Two Chosen Cards from a Pack Thrown into the Air friction toss The Modern Conjurer 69
Paul Valadon Fake Transfer of Packet The Modern Conjurer 80
Paul Valadon Bent in Half Palm from classic palm position The Modern Conjurer 81
Unknown Little Finger Riffle or third finger The Modern Conjurer 87
Unknown Snapping Sound False Count six as seven in example The Modern Conjurer 89
Unknown Back Palming and Recovery of Four Cards one by one, with upright metal rod, with four clips to display the four cards The Modern Conjurer 97
Henri De Manche Bottom Palm from Small Packet very brief The Modern Conjurer 110
S. W. Erdnase Erdnase System of Blind Shuffles - Position for Shuffle The Expert at the Card Table 28
S. W. Erdnase Blind Shuffles - I. To Retain Top Stock The Expert at the Card Table 29
S. W. Erdnase II. To Retain Top Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck The Expert at the Card Table 31
S. W. Erdnase III. To Retain Bottom Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck The Expert at the Card Table 32
S. W. Erdnase Erdnase System of Blind Riffles and Cuts - I. To Retain the Top Stock The Expert at the Card Table 33
S. W. Erdnase II. To Retain the Bottom Stock The Expert at the Card Table 36
Unknown Blind Cuts - I. To Retain Bottom Stock. Top Losing One Card The Expert at the Card Table 39
Unknown II. To Retain the Complete Stock The Expert at the Card Table 40
Unknown III. To Retain the Top Stock running cut with break The Expert at the Card Table 41
S. W. Erdnase IV. To Retain the Bottom Stock Variations The Expert at the Card Table 42
S. W. Erdnase V. To Retain Bottom Stock. Riffle II and Cut IV Combination Riffle and Cuts The Expert at the Card Table 44
Unknown Fancy Blind Cuts - I. To Retain the Complete Stock The Expert at the Card Table 44
S. W. Erdnase II. To Retain the Complete Stock Variations The Expert at the Card Table 45
Unknown One-Handed Fancy True Cut Related to The Expert at the Card Table 46
Unknown To Indicate the Location for the Cut - I. This is located by the Crimp bridge crimp, for use after overhand shuffle The Expert at the Card Table 48
S. W. Erdnase II. This is located by the jog for use after overhand shuffle The Expert at the Card Table 50
Unknown III. This is located by the crimp bridge crimp, for use after riffle shuffle The Expert at the Card Table 51
Unknown IV. This is located by the jog for use after riffle shuffle The Expert at the Card Table 51
S. W. Erdnase Bottom Dealing featuring the Erdnase GripRelated to The Expert at the Card Table 52
S. W. Erdnase Top and Bottom Dealing with One Hand using the Erdnase Bottom Deal The Expert at the Card Table 56
S. W. Erdnase Second Dealing two methodsRelated to The Expert at the Card Table 58
S. W. Erdnase Ordinary Methods of Stocking, Locating and Securing different methods while toying with the deck The Expert at the Card Table 60
Unknown Stock Shuffle milk build, also for more hands at once The Expert at the Card Table 65
S. W. Erdnase Erdnase System of Stock Shuffling - Two-Card Stock
- Three-Card Stock
- Four-Card Stock
- Five-Card Stock
- Twelve-Card Stock--For Draw Poker
- Euchre Stock--Four-Handed Game-1
- Euchre Stock--Four-Hande Game-2
Related toVariations The Expert at the Card Table 68
S. W. Erdnase The Erdnase System of Cull Shuffling - To Cull Two Cards
- To Cull Three Cards
- To Cull Four Cards
- To Cull Nine Cards
Related to The Expert at the Card Table 78
S. W. Erdnase The Erdnase System of Palming - Top Palm. First Method Related to The Expert at the Card Table 83
S. W. Erdnase Top Palm. Second Method The Expert at the Card Table 85
S. W. Erdnase Draw Replacement deck drawn to table edge The Expert at the Card Table 86
S. W. Erdnase Bottom Palm. First Method with left little finger optionRelated toVariations The Expert at the Card Table 86
S. W. Erdnase Bottom Palm. Second Method The Expert at the Card Table 88
S. W. Erdnase Bottom Palm Replacement Related to The Expert at the Card Table 90
S. W. Erdnase Bottom Palm When Cards Are Riffled almost tabled after riffle shuffle, two methods The Expert at the Card Table 90
S. W. Erdnase Top Palm When Cards Are Riffled after riffle shuffle The Expert at the Card Table 92
S. W. Erdnase To Maintain the Bottom Palm While Dealing delaying its use The Expert at the Card Table 93
S. W. Erdnase To Hold the Location of Cut while Dealing delaying a shift or similar action The Expert at the Card Table 94
Unknown Two-Handed Shift The Expert at the Card Table 97
S. W. Erdnase The Erdnase Shift. One Hand The Expert at the Card Table 99
S. W. Erdnase Erdnase Shift. Two Hands The Expert at the Card Table 102
Professor Hoffmann Deck Switch with Cigar-Box or similar item Later Magic 29
Professor Hoffmann Fake Turnover to show both sides blank Later Magic 500
Unknown Small Packet Vanish with Excelsior Clip spring clip The Art of Magic 22
Unknown The Fan and Ruffle Fan Shuffle (false) The Art of Magic 26
Unknown Springing the Cards normal method briefly explained, then waterfall cascade:
- First Method
- Second Method
- Third Method
The Art of Magic 28
Unknown The One Hand Drop card cascade to floor is caught before it reaches floor, two methods The Art of Magic 32
Unknown The Cards on the Arm The Art of Magic 34
Unknown Corner Crimp in Spread The Art of Magic 98
Unknown Charlier Cut Thumb Drag Production The Art of Magic 99
Unknown The Stabbed Card using sticky card to control selection The Art of Magic 127
Unknown Another Poker Trick three aces are controlled then riffle stacked for four playersRelated to The Art of Magic 130
Unknown Overhand "Haymow" Control with break The Art of Magic 130
Unknown Tabled Slip Cut The Art of Magic 131
T. Nelson Downs Spectator's Peek as done by Downs The Art of Magic 143
T. Nelson Downs Side Steal directly to top The Art of Magic 144
T. Nelson Downs Bottom Count riffled off thumb The Art of Magic 145
T. Nelson Downs Second Method deck crimp/bridge at peeked at card The Art of Magic 150
T. Nelson Downs Third Method spectator peeks in his own hands, risky bridge, also with rubber banded deck The Art of Magic 150
T. Nelson Downs Fourth Method spectator peeks at a card in his own hands and it is found, estimation and stack, "the bungling and unobserving performer will meet his Waterloo in this experiment" The Art of Magic 152
T. Nelson Downs Fifth Method card to any number, with placement strategy to 26th The Art of Magic 154
Unknown Re-Count Force for card at any number The Art of Magic 161
T. Nelson Downs One-Handed Second Deal Related to The Art of Magic 163
Unknown Fan Glimpse from behind by bending corner The Art of Magic 165
T. Nelson Downs A Series of Fancy Flourishes Arm Spread & Throw combination The Art of Magic 35
B. Girindrashekhar TheFlower of Cards every other card bent in opposite direction The Art of Magic 36