647 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Skill Demonstration
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Unknown La Carte Dansante (The dancing card) selection appears on the wall, goes left and right and up until the card vanishes and appears again, thread and duplicate La Magie Blanche Dévoilée 13
Unknown La Carte Clouée au Mur d'un Coup de Pistolet corner torn of selection, then nail is marked and loaded into a gun, cards sprung into the air and selection is nailed to the wall, corner matches, with assistant La Magie Blanche Dévoilée 15
Unknown To Nail a Chosen Card to the Wall Modern Magic 77
Unknown To Fling the Pack in the Air, and Catch the Chosen Card Modern Magic 63
Unknown The Magic Sword "A Card being drawn and replaced, and the Pack flung in the Air, to catch the chosen Card on the point of the Sword"Related to Modern Magic 121
Unknown The Black Velvet Banner three cards are shot with pistol on velvet cloth, they appear stuck on it, flap silk Tricks with Cards 196
Louis Comte The Ladies' Looking-Glass last pair caught from shower of cards Tricks with Cards 117
Bland The Card-Catching Plate four cards appear attached to rim of plate when deck is thrown at it Tricks with Cards 187
Unknown The Charmed Bullet and the Black Cloth Target nine shuffled cards stuck to board covered with black cloth, performer shoots on board and hits selection Tricks with Cards 182
Unknown The Magic Sword "A Chosen Card Caught on the Point of a Sword" Tricks with Cards 175
Unknown A Card caught on the End of a Walking-Stick Tricks with Cards 178
Unknown The Velvet Cloth for the Production of Cards three cards are shot with pistol on velvet cloth, they appear stuck on it, flap silk More Magic 109
Unknown The Black Cloth Target. Another Magic Pistol nine shuffled cards stuck to board covered with black cloth, performer shoots on board and hits selection More Magic 111
Unknown Mechanical Card Stick presented as different method More Magic 97
Unknown To Catch a Selected Card on the end of a Walking-Stick (almost) ungaffed stickRelated to More Magic 95
Unknown Das Mädchen für Alles in Gestalt eines Kartenspieles combination of effects from book
1. Die magische Sehkraft
2. Die Kartenwage
3. performer repeatedly names card where spectator cuts to
4. Das Lesen mit den Fingerspitzen
5. Das Sortier-Etui (removing named cards from pocket)
6. Das unsichtbare, geheimnisvolle Uhrwerk
7. performer can always cut at a King (four Kings crimped)
Der moderne Kartenkünstler 85
Unknown Das mathematische Mischen - 3. third application, position of top card named after three "shuffles" Der moderne Kartenkünstler 120
Unknown Die an die Thür genagelte Karte deck thrown at door and selection remains nailed there with thumbtack Der moderne Kartenkünstler 78
Unknown Die Spiegelkarte deck thrown against mirror, it breaks and card appears on mirror, mirror is repaired Der moderne Kartenkünstler 169
Unknown Die Kartenscheibe deck thrown on board by spectator, selection remains stuck on boardVariations Der moderne Kartenkünstler 185
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster "Der Deutsche Reichsadler" deck thrown on board with bird drawing by spectator, selection remains stuck on boardInspired by Der moderne Kartenkünstler 186
Unknown Abrakadabra deck thrown in air and selection caught on plateRelated to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 228
Unknown Die Kartendressur Der moderne Kartenkünstler 167
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster The Flying Card card thrown in air comes back, on thread tied to ceilingRelated to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 73
Unknown Der Königsschuss à la Buffalo-Bill performer shoots at card and it has a holeRelated to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 147
Unknown Die Degenkarten Related to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 171
Unknown Der Kartendegen Der moderne Kartenkünstler 192
Unknown Der Karten-Herkules Der moderne Kartenkünstler 69
Unknown The Cards and Mirror deck thrown on mirror, three selections stick to it New Era Card Tricks 171
Unknown The Card and Broken Mirror deck thrown on mirror, it breaks and card sticks to mirror, mirror restored New Era Card Tricks 265
Unknown Four Cards Caught At The Finger Tips duplicates New Era Card Tricks 103
Unknown Friction Toss New Era Card Tricks 106
Unknown The Card Caught on the Plate deck thrown in air, card sticks to plateRelated to New Era Card Tricks 72
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 The Flying and Obedient Card wide distance boomerang card, threadRelated to New Era Card Tricks 194
Unknown The Conjurer As Marksman performer shoots in center of Ace of Hearts held by spectator, "Bullet Card"Related to New Era Card Tricks 249
Unknown War in Peace card sword with unprepared sword and four cards (standard gaffed one briefly described)Related to New Era Card Tricks 82
S. W. Erdnase Producing Any Card Called For The Expert at the Card Table 181
Unknown The Acme of Control old effect with pair of pseudo duplicates The Expert at the Card Table 197
Mademoiselle Patrice Catching Two Chosen Cards from a Pack Thrown into the Air friction toss The Modern Conjurer 69
Unknown Another Poker Trick three aces are controlled then riffle stacked for four playersRelated to The Art of Magic 130
Unknown New Methods of Concluding Card Tricks - First Method chewing gum The Art of Magic 43
Unknown To Tear a Pack of Cards The Art of Magic 24
Alexander Herrmann Czar Nicholas II. Anecdote anecdote about tearing deck in half The Art of Magic 25
Jack Merlin Throwing a Card in the Air and Catching in the Pack at a Chosen Number Merlin's Master Manipulations 14
Jack Merlin A Routine of Sleights at the Card Table - cards in spectator's pocket, card fished out very fast
- second and bottom dealing expose
Merlin at the Card Table 2
Laurie Ireland Instant Card Location getting a named card to top in memorized deck
- The Top 15 cards
- Method of Locating Cards from Number 15 Down to Bottom of Deck
Ireland Writes a Book 16
Theodore Annemann Thoughts in General: Card on Ceiling see page 172 for suggestion by Scotty Lang The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 18) 101
Julian J. Proskauer The Origion and History of the Torn Deck Trick deck is sawn or torn in half, 2 half card selected, they match and are previous selection The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 17) 96
Unknown The Court Cards finding all court cards, stripper deck Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 267
Unknown Naming the Cards cutting to named cards (named by performer), stripper deck Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 267
Unknown Winning the Cut cutting the high card with spectator, stacked Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 223
Arthur H. Buckley Cards and Pockets number of cut off cards is divined, deck in pocket, any named card instantly produced Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 241
Unknown Cutting at a Chosen Card stripper deck Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 266
Charles T. Jordan Positions Unknown named cards are produced and deck separated into colors, stacked stripper deck Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 273
Charles T. Jordan Poker Player's Deal royal flush in named suit is located underneath handkerchief Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 368
Val Evans Multeffect Cards long-short paired deck used for a routine of eighteen different effects The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Winter Extra 1936/37) 177
Unknown Card an Plate card is caught with plate out of shower of cards, wax on card, stripper deck Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 271
Unknown Cards from the Air two cards, stripper deck Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 272
Unknown Tearing the Deck five methods to tear a full deck Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 354
Cardini The Cardini Ace Trick aces shuffled into pack (by performer) end up on bottom, featuring Cardini's Overhand Shuffle Multiple ShiftRelated toVariations Greater Magic 545
Laurie Ireland A Gambling Expose aces controlled while shuffling, then fake center deal Lessons in Dishonesty 9
Unknown New Finishes for Card Tricks: 2. Adaption of the "Spring" Flourish cards are sprung in air singly, card at certain position caught Greater Magic 224
Unknown The Ladies' Lookingglass "A New Version" More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 20
John Scarne Ace-Cutting four packets cut to and dropped, top ace turns over, daubed edgeVariations Greater Magic 72
Unknown Torn Deck Discovery deck is torn in half, 2 half selected match and are previous selection, short card Greater Magic 471
Unknown "Tearing the Pack" Trick pack torn in half, card selected from both half, match and are previous selection Greater Magic 290
Cedric Applause named card caught out of shower of cards The Jinx 51-100 (Issue Summer Extra 1939) 409
Robert Parrish Simplex Card Stabbing Do That Again! 40
Theodore Annemann The Torn Card deck torn in half, stop trick from both half piles, credits see p. 461 The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 66) 460
Claude Goldin Quarters from Torn Deck deck torn in quarters, performer names four positions, when counted down in the four positions there is selected card The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 66) 461
Unknown Gambler's Sense of Touch performer cuts at selection More Card Manipulations (Issue 3) 20
Unknown Digging For Diamonds performer and then spectator always cut at diamonds More Card Manipulations (Issue 3) 21
Billy O'Connor Instanto cutting to any named card, gaffed deckRelated to The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 115) 677
Crocker The Four Aces cards shuffled in fairly, duplicates produced from Xkwizit gimmick The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 117) 690
Sigmund Krumgold Odd Event The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 102) 617
Unknown A Cutting Discovery found by cutting to it, thumbnail estimationVariations Expert Card Technique 114
Unknown The Migratory Aces with travelers finale Expert Card Technique 252
Edward Marlo, Hank Nowoc Four Aces Again aces lost in deck, four packets cut to and dropped, top ace turns overInspired by Early Marlo (Issue Pasteboard Presto) 17
Unknown The Four Aces Are Tops More Card Manipulations (Issue 3) 21
Unknown Poker Heaps performer cuts deck in five piles, good poker hand on top More Card Manipulations (Issue 3) 21
Laurie Ireland Card and Whiskbroom cards thrown into air and card caught with a whiskbroom Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1940) 3
Don Diavolo Magic Shuffle two halves shuffled face-up into face-down bring two selection next to each other The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 133) 764
Unknown To Control Two or More Cards as four-Ace Control The Stripper Deck 8
Edward Marlo Sensitive Fingers aces are located apparently by sense of touch, using a short card with broken corner Early Marlo (Issue Amazing, Isn't It?) 44
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue The Card Target spectator throws cards at target, selection sticks there Prepared Cards and Accessories 25
Edward Marlo Handling Improved Let's See the Deck 10
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue A Second Presentation deck cut at selection with foot Prepared Cards and Accessories 30
Edward Marlo Torn Deck Mystery deck is torn in quarters which are mixed in hat, performer locates four pieces of selection without looking Deck Deception 10
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue The Fantastic Fan four Aces keep reappearing on bottom of deck, sucker phase, then to shoulderRelated to Tricks and Sleights 23
Theodore Annemann The Card on the Ceiling wax Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 1
Paul Morris Are You Sure? - A Quick Trick with a Novel Finish four jacks are cut to, then one jack transforms into selection Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 1, No. 7) 26
Julian J. Proskauer The Torn Deck Trick deck is sawn or torn in half, 2 half card selected, they match and are previous selection Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 24
Ed Reno "Tack It" deck thrown at board held by spectator Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 3 231
Unknown Card on the Ceiling wax Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 3 235
James F. Herpick, Jack Thimbleny Improved Card on the Ceiling Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 3 236
Unknown Card on the Wall Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 3 238
Unknown The Card, Card Case, and Board Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 3 240
Bill Nord Card Trick from Sphinx deck put on the wall held by flash paper, when ignited all cards fall down except selection The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 55) 227
Warren Wiersbe New Ace Control Action with Cards 6
Harry Mendoza Card on the Wall chosen card tacked to the wall My Best 24
Edward Marlo One Hand Control aces are lost with charlier cuts and found using one hand only The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 78) 318
Don Medley Impromptu Routine with a Borrowed Deck combination of several effects, see following items, starts with flourishes Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3, No. 4) 150
Dai Vernon Cutting The Aces Related to Stars of Magic (Vol. 2, No. 2) 27
Edward Marlo Faro Aces aces placed thirteen cards apart, brought back together via faro shuffle Marlo In Spades 16
Edward Marlo Impossible to Follow crimp Marlo In Spades 27
Edward Marlo Under the Table crimp Marlo In Spades 28
Edward Marlo What? No Crimps? Marlo In Spades 29
J. B. Bobo Four Ace Routine (a) four piles build by shuffling and being stopped by spectator, ace on top of each
(b) aces lost, number cards selected and their value used to count down to aces
(c) "Cutting the Aces"
Watch This One! 65
Paul Curry Miscalled Related to The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 135) 544
Bruce Elliott Cut Up method to cut bottom card to top, cards on the table, small trick, where several cards come back to the top as a gambling demo The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 154) 621
Unknown Ladies' Looking Glass The Royal Road to Card Magic 255
Unknown Spring Catch The Royal Road to Card Magic 105
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue Nailcutting the Aces Show Stoppers with Cards 9
Carmen D'Amico Toss Over Card card is thrown invisible between two reversed cards in the deck Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 5 86
Russell T. Barnhart Four-Ace Opener slip cut Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 5 134
Edward Marlo General Ace Opener using crimp and Charlier Cut Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 5 136
Unknown Magnetizing A Card Sticking a playing card to a wall with static electricity Tricks and Stunts With Playing Cards 8
Al Leech Super Ace Control finding the aces by their sound, while riffling through the deck For Card Men Only 22
Audley Walsh Cut Up one handed cutting the aces, aces face up The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 187) 748
Unknown Tossing Cards Into a Hat Technique taught for tossing cards into a hat accurately Tricks and Stunts With Playing Cards 7
Edward Marlo, Carmen D'Amico Push Through Failure face up cards shuffled in face down cards, open push-through, selection is reversed in other half, three versions, see p. 773 for corrections The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 192) 766
Paul Curry, Bill Woodfield Pocketed card to watch pocket, with reflex beginningRelated toAlso published here The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 191) 764
Don Alan Stuck Up Card card on wall, thumb tack Close-Up Time wit Don Alan 16
Edward Marlo Cutting the Aces Routine Charlier Cuts, last Ace from pocket Ed Marlo's Lecture Notes 4
George Schindler Sealed Penetration deck is sealed and put in spectator's pocket, performer fishes card out very fastRelated to The Phoenix 201 - 250 (Issue 237) 949
Bill Simon The Middle Deal mock center dealRelated to Effective Card Magic 86
Bill Simon Unexpected two red aces are laid on spectator's hand and transform into black aces, then the red aces are pinched out of the deck one by one, first phase similar to Fechter's "Be honest" Effective Card Magic 133
Bill Simon Deuces Wild black deuces rise to the top one by one, then they are used to pinch the red deuces out of the deck Effective Card Magic 166
Bill Simon The Finger-Stab cards are thrown into the air and selection is plucked out Effective Card Magic 121
Bill Simon The Gambler Controls the Aces cutting the aces, then all aces turnover in the deck at once Effective Card Magic 54
Al Leech Upside Down Shuffle card is found by pulling a face-up half through a face-down half, based on a Gardner/Marlo idea Manipulating with Leech 19
Edward Marlo In One Shuffle aces lost in deck, still on top The Cardician 83
Jay Marshall Card on Ceilling tape method Classic Secrets of Magic 22
Edward Marlo Grab It The Cardician 49
Edward Marlo One Hand Control aces are lost with charlier cuts and found using one hand only The Cardician 6
Edward Marlo Challenge Cutting of Aces The Cardician 67
Edward Marlo Effect Seven magician cuts to aces, three cards on each, aces vanish, reappear in deck, three double facers Unlimited 24
Edward Marlo Push Thru Failure four methods The Cardician 19
Cy Endfield The Catch in the Pack next to selection or at named positionRelated to Cy Endfield's Entertaining Card Magic - Part III 14
Howard Bamman The Impromptu Card on the Wall with tack Pretty Sneaky 8
Paul Curry, Bill Woodfield Pocketed card to watch pocket, slit, with reflex beginningAlso published here The Best in Magic 169
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Flip Deck cutting to any named card, gaffed deckRelated to The Cardiste (Issue 4) 13
Henry Bihari Card on Board thumb-tack 26 Originals 15
Edward Marlo Clip Palm Ace Cutting Side Steal 54
Edward Marlo The Card Transfer for Ace Cutting only idea mentioned The Tabled Palm 37
Edward Marlo Faro Fooler #8 using mechanical estimation Faro Notes 56
Edward Marlo The Crimp Cull riffle shuffle cull, four aces are corner crimpedVariations Riffle Shuffle Systems 66
Edward Marlo Cutting Aces to Top of Four Packets Riffle Shuffle Systems 114
Al Leech No Crimp Ace Cutting with the charlier cut Cardmanship 24
Charlie Miller The Homing Deuces four Twos keep reappearing on bottom of deck, sucker phaseRelated to An Evening with Charlie Miller 60
Charlie Miller Two Dollars and Aces aces appear in two envelopes that contained a dollar bill before, P&L Phantastic Card Reel for long spread in airInspired by The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 58
Charlie Miller The Tack Trick thumb tack The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 54
Dr. Stanley Jaks Dr. Jaks "Karte and die Wand" card is unseen an put in pocket, second deck is thrown at a wall and same card as selection is found pinned on the wallAlso published here Dr. Stanley-Jaks und seine Geheimnisse 67
Charlie Miller Fifteen Card Trick Routine - 15 The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 26
Charlie Miller Version of Selbit's Cards and Tray out-of-hand selection of two cards, one from pocket, one caught from thrown up deck The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 30
Charlie Miller, Harry Mendoza Card on Knife stabbed in air The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 51
Harry Lorayne The Inseparable Four four kings shuffled in four packets, then together, then all kings together in middle, optional faroRelated to Close-up Card Magic 148
Dai Vernon Vernon's Aces aces separated in four piles, brought together to top via faroVariations Close-up Card Magic 162
Edward Marlo Side Riffle Estimation Effect card is thrown next to selection Estimation 16
Edward Marlo Miracle Card Stab Location estimation Estimation 59
Edward Marlo Miracle Coincidence Toss odd-backed card tossed in deck to find mate Estimation 69
Edward Marlo The Magic Throw #1 challenge conditions Estimation 70
Edward Marlo The Magic Throw #2 challenge conditions Estimation 71
Edward Marlo The Magic Throw #3 no selection, performer names card next to locator Estimation 72
Carmen D'Amico Face Up Finder card tossed in deck with force (no riffling), bottom slip force Estimation 73
Edward Marlo Sure Throw #1 bridge Estimation 74
Carmen D'Amico D'Amico's Latest Method good Estimation 76
Edward Marlo Sure Throw #4 jog Estimation 75
Edward Marlo The Dribbling Spectator spectator dribbles cards, performer tosses card in next to selection Estimation 79
Edward Marlo Back End Riffle Estimation also on the table, tossed-next-to-selection effectRelated to Estimation 18
Edward Marlo Marlo's Favorite Out Inspired by Estimation 60
Edward Marlo, Carmen D'Amico Marlo's Suggestion Inspired by Estimation 77
Edward Marlo Sure Throw #2 and #3 long and short card Estimation 75
Edward Marlo The Cut Estimate cutting off the same number of card, tabled or in-the-hands, ace cutting application Estimation 19
Edward Marlo K. M. Move with the Peek transfer and reverse combo The K. M. Move 14
Gerald Kosky Double-Cut Poker Run-Up The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 378) 339
Edward Marlo No Key - Faro Aces without key cards and countingRelated to Faro Controlled Miracles 5
Edward Marlo Faro Double Control openly controlling aces while secretly controlling other cards (e.g. kings) Faro Controlled Miracles 36
Edward Marlo Triple Packet Disclosure cutting three packets, distributing three selections on top, with variations The Patented Shuffle (Issue 2 Slip Cut) 7
Edward Marlo Four Ace Location (Stacked Deck Retained) four aces shuffled into deck and cut on top of four piles, order retainedRelated to The Patented Shuffle (Issue 4 Transfers)
Edward Marlo Multiple Stripper Control aces are stripper cards in normal deck The Patented Shuffle (Issue 5 I Shuffled the Cards) 12
Edward Marlo Faro Divider Effects - Effect No. 1 aces lost in deck, performer cuts deck in four piles with aces on top, kings on bottom, faro Faro Controlled Miracles 14
Edward Marlo Faro Divider Effects - Effect No. 2 aces and kings lost in deck, performer cuts deck into four piles with aces and kings on top and bottom of each, faro Faro Controlled Miracles 14
Edward Marlo Marlo Miracle Aces classic faro ace cutting ("estimation aces"), last ace found at named numberRelated toVariations Faro Controlled Miracles 44
Edward Marlo Cutting the Aces The Patented Shuffle (Issue 2 Slip Cut) 5
Edward Marlo Aces and Four Packets The Patented Shuffle (Issue 2 Slip Cut) 5
Edward Marlo Kings and Aces deck cut into four packets, kings on top and aces on bottom, two methodsVariations The Patented Shuffle (Issue 2 Slip Cut) 6
Edward Marlo Alternated Ace Cutting The Patented Shuffle (Issue 2 Slip Cut) 9
Edward Marlo Shuffle and Cut Discovery of Four Aces six methods, cutting into four packets The Patented Shuffle (Issue 3 Shuffle and Cut Discoveries) 1
Edward Marlo Four Shuffles Ace Location The Patented Shuffle (Issue 3 Shuffle and Cut Discoveries) 10
Edward Marlo Four Ace Shuffle and Packet Cut Discoveries The Patented Shuffle (Issue 3 Shuffle and Cut Discoveries) 11
Edward Marlo Flash Aces deck cut into four packets, aces on bottom of each The Patented Shuffle (Issue 6 Effects) 17
Edward Marlo Combination - Top and Bottom Block Transfers deck cut into four packets, kings on top and aces on bottom, order retained The Patented Shuffle (Issue 4 Transfers) 4
Al Leech Pseudo Boomerang invisible flight into pack Super Card Man Stuff 50
Al Leech Cut the Aces face up double cuts Super Card Man Stuff 46
J. W. Sarles Card on Ceiling Idea wax on ceiling The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2, No. 1) 64
Murry Graham Rough Smooth Card on Ceiling not-so-serious idea The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2, No. 2) 71
Al Koran Double Deal dealing five people the same cards, set up, twenty-five duplicates, siamesa Al Koran's Professional Presentations 119
Edward Marlo The Named Four cutting to any four of a kind called for, edgemarked Riffle Shuffle Finale (Issue Riffle Finale) 9
Tony Shiels Poor Man's Stabbed in the Pack The Best of Benzais 44
Harry Lorayne Will the Real Stabbed in the Pack Please Stand Up! The Best of Benzais 46
Harry Lorayne Stabbed in the Pack card really thrown in deckRelated to Deck-Sterity 129
John Benzais, Harry Lorayne Stabbed in the Pack credit informationRelated toVariations The Best of Benzais 40
John Benzais Four of a Kind named four-of-a-kind The Best of Benzais 36
Dai Vernon Running the Scale seven packets are cut rappidly on the table with one to seven cards Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 95
Robert Parrish Magician vs Pickpocket signed card in deck, deck rubber banded, wrapped in newspaper and put in spectator's pocket, performer reaches in and removes signed card, see p. 874 for vague Charles Jordan creditRelated to
  • p. 116 for correction
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2, No. 8) 101
Charlie Miller Catching a Chosen Card staging the effect as a good finale Charlie Miller Lecture Notes 23
Edward Marlo As a Disclosure face-up ace appears while cutting Expert Card Conjuring 5
Karl Fulves Example 16 32 cards, any card specified in stages (color, suit, value...) comes to top after some faro shuffling, gray code and faro Faro & Riffle Technique (Issue Gray Codes) 22
Edward Marlo As a Toss in Stab Effect application of IBD (Immediate Bottom Deal) The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4, No. 5) 245
Eddie Fay Fay's Capping Demonstration producing aces from shuffled deck, sleeve-holdout Expert Card Mysteries 23
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
David Bendix Ace-Cutting without Double-Cutting alternate way to get into "Cutting The Aces", using faro shuffleInspired by Hierophant (Issue 2) 74
Bobby Bernard School For Croupiers coin flourishes, cutting the aces and dice stacking to a croupier presentation The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 225
Karl Fulves Torn Corner Control push-through failure with a card that has a corner openly torn off Faro & Riffle Technique (Issue Riffle Shuffle Controls) 37
David Ray Stigmata design cards, one design chosen with card sword (!), design appears on skin with luminous paint HEX! 63
Karl Fulves Octogonal Aces aces shuffled reversed in deck, cut to again, stripper deck Faro & Riffle Technique (Issue Third Supplement) 82
Edward Marlo Ace Cutting using Marlo Key Card Advanced Fingertip Control 69
Edward Marlo Professional Ace Cutting with crimp Advanced Fingertip Control 146
Val Andrews Riffle-Count No. 2, performer counts card with quick riffle, gag The Idiot at the Card Table 4
Val Andrews Feat of Strength No. 16, tearing deck in half one card at a time as gag The Idiot at the Card Table 7
Val Andrews The Hard Way No. 17, tearing deck in half The Idiot at the Card Table 7
Karl Fulves Essential Erdnase demonstrating card control by controlling and producing 4s, aces as kickerRelated to The Book of Numbers 13
Karl Fulves Technicolor Shuffle cutting to red cards, secret strip out condition The Book of Numbers - Supplementary Notes 19
Eddie Fechter Fechter's Fooler Expert Card Chicanery 50
Allan Ackerman Axing the Aces backs of aces change color The Esoterist 24
Dai Vernon, Harry Lorayne, Don Costello The Card Sharp and the Four Gamblers with four Kings kicker and storyInspired byVariations Reputation-Makers 11
Edward Marlo Marlo's Super Ace Cutting eight extra aces Expert Card Chicanery 29
Frank Garcia Culling the Aces pseudo riffle culling Million Dollar Card Secrets 102
Mel Jones Shower of Cards Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 7 79
Frank Garcia, John Scarne TV Aces production where thumb digs in and pulls out aces, bridge Million Dollar Card Secrets 59
Jim Surprise Magician Cuts the Aces Card Cavalcade 93
Edward Marlo Strip-Out Failure four aces as block The Shank Shuffle 56
Karl Fulves Notes On The Handling - 5. cutting to random named cards Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 53
Joseph K. Schmidt Subconscious Poker II one card is controlled during the repeat-dealing of five poker-hand and appears in a Royal Flush, see also p. 840 for idea by Cushing StroutInspired by
  • "Subconscious Poker" (Bob Fisher, The Sphinx, April 1939, or Daley's Notebooks #407)
Related toVariationsAlso published here
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9, No. 2) 687
Robert Walker Toss-Timated card tossed in in deck, value there used to count to selectionInspired by Kabbala - Volume 2 (Vol. 2, No. 7) 54
Karl Fulves Instant Ace Cutting aces dropped on top of deck, instantly four piles formed Packet Switches (Part One) 28
Karl Fulves Instant Ace Cutting aces dropped on top of deck, instantly four piles formed (problem posed on p. 28) Packet Switches (Part Two) 64
Father Cyprian King Kut cut to kings which change to aces Super Subtle Card Miracles 46
Frank Garcia Crazy Aces aces change to kings, aces are cut to Super Subtle Card Miracles 62
Frank Garcia Riding the Aces Variations Super Subtle Card Miracles 196
Karl Fulves Challenge Ace Cutting spectator shuffles cards Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 46
Karl Fulves No-Crimp Ace Cutting setting 4 side jogsRelated to Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 84
Harry Lorayne HaLo Aces using HaLo Cut Rim Shots 131
Harry Lorayne HaLo Again four ace production Rim Shots 138
Lin Searles Countdown Aces performer cuts to Ace, Two, Three and Four on top, counting down to the Aces according to values, inspired by Ed Marlo routineVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8, No. 8th Folio) 668
Karl Fulves Double Push Thru with two cards Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 76
Karl Fulves Jack Trap as a sandwich effect Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 78
Karl Fulves Push Thru Trap pushing three Aces through deck at different positions which collect two selections Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 80
Karl Fulves Tunnel Effect one half is pushed through the other, then all cards of one color turn over except chosen card Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 82
Karl Fulves Maximum Blue cards change back and front while pushed through each other (also perpendicular), posed as a problem Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 91
John Carney Chameleon Aces aces cut to, aces change back color, then rest of deck Revolutionary Close Up - Part One 6
Jerry K. Hartman Poker III slightly elaborated handling, re-dealingInspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9, No. 9) 754
Roy Walton Subconscious Poker Handling re-dealingInspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10, No. 2) 830
Karl Fulves Stabbing Effect banded deck, joker apparently tossed between selections The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9, No. 3) 703
Edward Marlo The Quick Cull Miracle three methods The Unexpected Card Book 245
Edward Marlo Surprise - Surprise - Surprise aces produced, triumph effect with no reversed cards, aces reverse at once The Unexpected Card Book 156
Derek Dingle Riddle's Aces ace cutting, to kings transformation, aces in pocketAlso published here Epilogue (Issue 20) 188
Karl Fulves Technicolor Cards performer cuts to four aces, but they have different back color, then he cuts to correct aces but then deck changes color
- The Magician Cuts to the Aces
- The Gambler Cuts to the Aces
Inspired byRelated toVariations New Stars of Magic (Vol. 1, No. 6) 1
Edward Marlo Which one was Brighter? tips on Bottom Deal Demo Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 322
Martin A. Nash Vernash's Aces faros and Free Cut Principle, see p. 443 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 70
Darwin Ortiz Combination Aces free cut principle, faros Afterthoughts 77
Tim Wenk The Ribbon Spread Grab Afterthoughts 114
Martin A. Nash Aces For Experts Only any ace called forRelated toVariations Ever So Sleightly 58
Martin A. Nash Spinning the Aces see p. 444 for additional crediting Ever So Sleightly 93
Larry Jennings Gambler's Aces VariationsAlso published here Riffle Shuffle Technique - Part Two 102
Joseph K. Schmidt Actually Cutting the Aces Card Cavalcade 3 82
Jeff Busby Travelling Transmutators aces twisting phase, r/b transpo phase, transformation, reproduction of acesRelated to Card Cavalcade 3 73
Bob Hamilton Extra royal flush kickerInspired by Pabular (Vol. 1, No. 8) 95
Peter Kane The Unkind Cut performer cuts deck in four piles, top and bottom cards are mates A Further Card Session with Peter Kane 18
Francis Carlyle Date Card Trick cutting the aces forming year dates The Magic of Francis Carlyle 110
Karl Fulves The Acrobatic Pack pack is divided at chosen card with a flick, using riffle shuffle jog settingRelated to Riffle Shuffle Technique - Part One 32
Faucett Ross Card Sword Magic With Faucett Ross 197
Murray Bonfeld Vernon's Aces plus Kings Kings and Aces lost, found and dealt, extensionInspired by Kabbala - Volume 3 (Vol. 3, No. 3) 37
Trevor Lewis A Mixed Bag various card and coin idaes
- partial stack and zarrow shuffle
- double Riffle Control
- Middle Deal (false)
- Palm Conscious (gag)
- Transpo Plus (coin transposition)
- Ladies In Waiting (four queens reverse in the deck)
Pabular (Vol. 2, No. 5) 205
Karl Fulves Workshop (1) card vanishes from deck and appears on ceiling, posed as a problemRelated to Interlocutor (Issue 13) 48
Bruce Cervon Puzzling Aces Inspired by Card Secrets of Bruce Cervon 28
Philip T. Goldstein Charlier Cut Production Classic Tackler 5
John Carney Chameleon Aces aces cut to, aces change back color, then rest of deck Enigma 2
Paul Harris "Reflex" Variations Paul Harris Reveals Some Of His Most Intimate Secrets 15
Murray Bonfeld Thirteen Reverse spades are ordered but distributed in deck, their order is reversed with faro shuffles Faro Concepts 33
Murray Bonfeld Shuffled Interchange two spade cards are named, their position in the deck is transposed with faros Faro Concepts 34
Martin A. Nash Diju See That! see p. 448 for additional crediting Any Second Now 224
Karl Fulves Slick Ace two packets, two aces on top of each Packet Switches (Part Five) 284
Martin A. Nash The Impossible Spread Extraction see p. 446 for additional creditingVariations Any Second Now 179
Martin A. Nash The Electric Aces see p. 449 for additional crediting Any Second Now 242
Martin A. Nash One-Armed Bandit one-handed, see p. 449 for additional crediting Any Second Now 246
Martin A. Nash Telstar Aces charlier type Any Second Now 249
John F. Mendoza Cutting the Kings Variations Card Cavalcade Four 16
Dai Vernon, Christian Scherer Vernon's Aces Variation Inspired by Eine Handvoll Kartenkunststücke 42
Ken Krenzel The Card Catch convincing handling The Card Classics of Ken Krenzel 183
George H. Pittman Four Ace Fooler ace production with red-black transposition surprise Fred Braue on False Deals 28
Harry Lorayne, Carmen D'Amico, Edward Marlo Instant Sandwich Catch Inspired by Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 1, No. 1) 4
David Solomon Toss-in Triumph no card reversed after Triumph, indicator is tossed next to selection Arch Triumphs 33
Allan Ackerman Ace Cutting Display Here's My Card 103
Erhard Liebenow Your Favorite Value, Please! spectator names a value, performer cuts to the aces, then the aces transform into his selected value Liebenow On Cards 10
John F. Mendoza Impossible Poker Demonstration aces cut to in named order, shuffled back and cut to again (Estimation Aces), roll-over production with Royal Flushes, ten handed deal first with aces, then two royal flushes (Marlo-Gardner principle), optional color changing deck kickerInspired by The Book of John 7
Jon Racherbaumer Push-thru Failure Triumphs Arch Triumphs 29
Karl Fulves Black on Black spade packet dealt, spectator slaps hand on one spade and it transforms into named joker, no methodRelated to Transpo Trix 80
Martin A. Nash Slippery Strippers pseudo Stripper Deck demo with normal cards Sleight Unseen 401
Martin A. Nash Approximately Steven cutting to any card named after one riffle shuffle Sleight Unseen 424
Richard Kaufman Fantasy Cull ace-4 are lost and found, the fours appear CardMagic 30
Karl Fulves Cricket addition to referenced trickInspired by Interlocutor (Issue 34) 131
John Carney A Stabbing Pain in Your Pack tossed next to selection with table-bounce-throw Conjuror's Journal 13
Karl Fulves Cricket card apparently sandwiched with the two sandwich cards as they are quickly slid through tabled deckVariationsAlso published here Impromptu Opener 6
Karl Fulves Cricket two Aces slid through deck, they trap selectionRelated toVariationsAlso published here The Chronicles (Issue 19) 1254
John Carney Over My Head Conjuror's Journal 9
Richard Kaufman Karate Card card is stabbed with forefinger from shower of cards CardMagic 7
Martin A. Nash All Challenges Met real thing, estimation, riffle cull Sleight Unseen 436
Martin A. Nash Honest Aces Related to Sleight Unseen 428
Martin A. Nash It Can't Happen Here cutting to any value named, stack (Mental Topper) Sleight Unseen 430
Edward Marlo One Hand Ace Cutting one handed cutting at 4 angle jogs, three methods Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 350
Ken Krenzel Look Ma, Just One Hand! aces lost and cut to one-handed CardMagic 67
Richard Kaufman HaLo Changes Color Again ace cutting with color changing deck kicker CardMagic 78
Paul Harris Instant Castle quickly constructing card castle on table