212 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Think a Card / free Choice (all 52 cards)
  
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Unknown To tell what Card you think on in the whole Pack. probability and rudimental form of fishing Breslaw's Last Legacy 63
Unknown To allow a Person secretly to think of a Card, and dividing the Pack into three heaps, to cause the Card thought of to appear in whichever heap the Company may choose Modern Magic 108
Unknown To allow a Person secretly to think of a Card, and, even before such Card is named, to select it from the Pack, and place it singly upon the Table 1 in 52 or switch Modern Magic 110
Professor Hoffmann Thought Anticipated general thoughts on the plot Tricks with Cards 128
Unknown To Invite a Person secretly to Think of a Card, and before such Card is named to pick it out of the Pack Tricks with Cards 130
Unknown A Person having Secretly Thought of a Card, and the Pack having been Divided into Three Heaps, to Declare in which Heap the Card thought of will be found Tricks with Cards 129
Professor Hoffmann The "Sensation" Card Trick "An Experiment in Thought-reading"
three cards thought of, performer divines writes them on slips of paper, spectators remove their cards and the vanish from "card table" and reappear in deck
Tricks with Cards 231
Unknown The Conjurer's Prediction three thought of cards are divined, then travel from Card Box (prop) to deck New Era Card Tricks 155
Unknown Marvelous Coincidence two selections from two decks match, double facer deckRelated to New Era Card Tricks 158
Unknown Predestination two packs, one spectator thinks of card and its position, predicted number is counted down in other deck, card there matches first selectionRelated to New Era Card Tricks 192
Al Baker The Finger Points reading body language, thought-of card The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Al Baker's Book) 88
Unknown Divining a Card spectator writings some cards on paper including thought of card, which is then named Mental Magic with Cards 11
Theodore Annemann Annemann's Mental Masterpiece impression device on card box, carbon Mental Bargain Effects 5
Eddie Clever, Theodore Annemann A Test of Power spectator doesn't find performer's card in ten chances, performer finds spectator's card, billetInspired byRelated to The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Winter Extra 1935/36) 89
Theodore Annemann, Al Baker A Version of the Al Baker Three Billet Trick three cards that are selected (one thought-of) and written on a billet are divined, stacked deck The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 19) 108
Herbert Hood A Mental Test Revamped thought-of card divined via center tear, see page 172 for variation by William LarsenInspired by The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 24) 151
Eddie Clever Only an Image some card names written down, one of them selected, blank card first becomes wrong card (re. Elmsley gag), then right card, see page 166 for credit correction The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 26) 163
Unknown "Just Think" Mental Mystery any card thought of, spectator writes down indifferent cards and selection, psychological, pencil reading Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 31
Howard Albright Uni-Mentality two methods Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 179
Howard Albright Psychological Discernment method for presentation when you know card already Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 218
Jean Eugene Robert-Houdin, Arthur Leroy Self Control any card is removed and put in pocket where it sticks out, any card named, card from pocket is named cardRelated to Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 27
Al Baker The Finger Points muscle reading, thought of card Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 29
Howard Albright Uni-Mentality free choice, but spectator takes out five cards with his selection, one-way backs Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 157
Unknown Transcendental Vision stacked, one-way backs, "do you see a card of the same value in this pile?" Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 161
Unknown Projected Thought matrix dealing with thought of card and prediction of card and its position with prediction index Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 178
Unknown The 52 Card Trick thought-of card ends up at named number up to thirteen, matrix dealing elimination process Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 182
Howard Albright Perfect Card Divination free thought of card, stacked, "has one of these the same value?" Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 217
Ralph W. Hull Name O' Card any named card is found/spelled-to, full stack and multiple out Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 237
Unknown Telepathy? performer marks a card on the face, it is the one named by spectator, nail writer Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 300
James Maxwell Telepathic Selection carbon card, originally in Magic Wand, March 1920 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 303
Theodore Annemann Mental Masterpiece carbon case Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 304
Joseph Ovette The Buddha Whispers "has one of these the same value?"Variations Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 350
Unknown C. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Part 2 do as i do with thought of cards Greater Magic 277
Unknown By Means of the Fan Spread a. Raising a Neat Fan
b. Raising a Ragged Fan
c. Spreading on the Table
d. Displaying a Reverse Fan
Greater Magic 336
Unknown With Prearranged Pack - a. Memorized Deck card reversed in deck turns out to be any named card, ungaffed, stacked deck Greater Magic 339
Audley Walsh The Magician's Dream four banks of twelve cards, fishing Greater Magic 346
James Maxwell Prepared Carbon Card. A Mindreading Trick spectator thinks of card and writes it on piece of paper (carbon card) Greater Magic 492
George C. Hanneman New Card Math binary sorting with 16 cards The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 42) 289
Charles T. Jordan Demon's Divination "can you see your suit/value... here?", set-upRelated toVariations The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Summer Extra 1938) 324
Oscar Weigle The Challenge Blindfold Card Routine genuinely blindfolded
Effect No. 1: think stop
Effect No. 2: performer stops while dealing
Effect No. 3: spectator reads cards and performer detects card by voice
Effect No. 4: performer stops spectator's deal and even names card
Also published here Do That Again! 43
Jean-Nicholas Ponsin Ponsin on Thought Reading lip-reading Expert Card Technique 338
Paul Rosini Think of a Card spring flourish Expert Card Technique 324
Unknown Chrystal Thought duplicate, mexican turnover Expert Card Technique 335
Unknown Ultima Thule Location from fanned deck, with outsRelated to Expert Card Technique 331
Unknown The Carbon Card see title for method... Expert Card Technique 416
Edward Marlo, John Scarne Marlo's Think A Card three thought-of cards are predicted on billets, one ahead, based on John Scarne's "Think a Card"Related to Early Marlo (Issue Amazing, Isn't It?) 26
Edward Marlo, Theodore Annemann Simplex Ten to One performer and spectator think of a card, spectator does not find it, performer does, inspired by an effect from Annemann's book "Sh! It's a Secret!"Related to Early Marlo (Issue Amazing, Isn't It?) 29
Unknown Thought Location magician finds thought card by placing it in pocket Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 1 236
Eddie Clever A Test of Power spectator doesn't find performer's card in ten chances, performer finds spectator's card, billet Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 30
Herb Lehwald Mental Disclosure four people think of a card, deck is dealt into four piles three times, each card can be named Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1944) 8
Don Medley Ring A Bell spectator thinks of a card in the fan, then he writes this card among four other cards, card is divined The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 111) 445
J. B. Bobo Telepathic Miracle key card placed next to thought-of cardRelated to Watch This One! 40
George B. Anderson Card Muscles with contact mindreading It Must Be Mindreading 42
Edward Marlo Double Thought two cards, one freely thought of, one aheadRelated to The Cardician 31
Edward Marlo Red and Blue Telepathy two cards, written on red and blue slips of paper The Cardician 123
Edward Marlo Double Thoughts - Single Deck two cards, one thought of, one aheadRelated to The Cardician 126
Oscar Weigle Challenge Blindfold Routine genuinely blindfolded
Effect No. 1: think stop
Effect No. 2: performer stops while dealing
Effect No. 3: spectator reads cards and performer detects card by voice
Effect No. 4: performer stops spectator's deal and even names card
Also published here Top Secrets of Magic 13
Tony Corinda (1) Any Card Called For Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 35
Dai Vernon Look up spectator spreads through deck and thinks of oneRelated to Inner Secrets of Card Magic 75
Dai Vernon Emotional Reaction key cardRelated to Inner Secrets of Card Magic 7
Edward Marlo Matcho - Method I two decks, two spectators make a selection each, one only thought of Marlo Meets His Match 5
Edward Marlo Matcho - Method V peeked at and thought of card found Marlo Meets His Match 9
Edward Marlo Marked Matcho two decks Marlo Meets His Match 27
Edward Marlo Unmarked Matcho two decks Marlo Meets His Match 28
Edward Marlo Matcho - Method II two cards only thought of, see also page 9 for Variation Marlo Meets His Match 6
Edward Marlo Double Thought - Single Deck two cards thought of found, one ahead
- Stooge Version
- The Exchange Version
- The Key Card Version
- Memory Version
Related to Marlo Meets His Match 12
Edward Marlo Red and Blue - Spectator Coincidence card thought of and touched in other deck, match, two decksVariations Marlo Meets His Match 15
Edward Marlo Double Thought and Two Billets Related to Marlo Meets His Match 22
Edward Marlo Gaffed Method for "Double Thought", roughed Mene-Tekel Deck, two methods Marlo Meets His Match 24
Edward Marlo Memory Matcho two decks, one stacked Marlo Meets His Match 29
Dai Vernon Riffled Thought break More Inner Secrets of Card Magic 12
Charlie Miller Fifteen Card Trick Routine - 6 variation of Hull's "Mental Discernment" starting with freely thought of card, distribution with Erdnase's stock shuffle, OOSOOMInspired by The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 15
Dai Vernon The Vernon Card Divination card thought of from half the deck, multiple out divination Early Vernon 37
Harry Lorayne Mentalamazement any card thought of, magician places card on table, correct one (switch) Close-up Card Magic 225
Edward Marlo Thought Determinator "Is your card in this pile?", memorized deck, faro Faro Controlled Miracles 21
Edward Marlo Odd Thought spectator thinks of only odd-backed card in deck, no rough smooth, faro fan Faro Controlled Miracles 65
Edward Marlo The Ultra Equivoce Brainweave, any card can be thought ofInspired by Faro Controlled Miracles 71
Theodore Annemann The Thought Card - Annotation from "Annemann's $50 Manuscript" (ca. 1932)
spectator writes any card on back of card, magician divines it
Related to The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 3, No. 2) 147
Peter Kane The Blank Thought Deck blank deck, spectator thinks of any card, performer removes a blank card, all cards get faces and isolated card is thought-of oneVariations A Card Session with Peter Kane 1
Alton Sharpe Double Prediction Chest freely thought of and chosen card predicted, one ahead Expert Card Conjuring 73
Edward Marlo, Burling Hull Variation on Hull's Prediction tabled card turns out to be any named card, sticky substance Expert Card Conjuring 114
Edward Marlo Mental Lie thought-of card, spectator reads cards, performer catches lie, three methods HEX! 45
Aldini, Paul Curry Mental-Matic Deck Name of card written on back of a card, matches freely thought of cardInspired by Roughingly Yours 38
Allan Ackerman On Kane's Blank Thought Deck blank deck, spectator thinks of any card, performer removes a blank card, all cards get faces and isolated card is thought-of oneInspired by Magic Mafia Effects 1
Paul Swinford Son of Faro Spell CCCC More Faro Fantasy 58
Paul Swinford Elmsley Revisited CCCCInspired by More Faro Fantasy 63
Paul Swinford Oil Always Floats card is shuffled to top via CCCCRelated to More Faro Fantasy 54
E. S. Bentfrum Matching Prediction Inspired by Kabbala - Volume 2 (Vol. 2, No. 3) 22
James G. Thompson Jr. Tangible Intangible presented as thought-of card The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7, No. 6th Folio) 493
Harry Lorayne The Mind Boggler any card thought of, then a dealing procedure, scratched distant key card Rim Shots 13
Ray Grismer Mind Ray spectator deals card on table according to some instructions The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8, No. 7) 620
Edward Marlo Splitting a Thought two cards are stuck together face to face and turn out to be two thought-of cards, rough-smooth The Unexpected Card Book 49
Edward Marlo A Mental Location spectator shuffles, cuts to a card, looks at it, shuffles; crimped memorized cards The Unexpected Card Book 141
Stephen Minch King of the Thought Ways The Book of Thoth 12
Sam Dalal Double Vision two cards predicted on paper slips, using ballpoint pen with pencil lead, mirage deckAlso published here
  • Magigram (Rough-Smooth part, by Sam Dalal)
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9, No. 8) 743
Edward Marlo The Mental Secret thought of Card matches card chosen from another pack, rough smooth menetekelRelated to Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 204
Edward Marlo Gaffed Mental Trap Thought of Card appears between Mates Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 201
Edward Marlo Marlo's Deal Switch Thought of Card appears between Mates, using a switch Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 1
Edward Marlo Sandwich Card Sandwiched Card is though of, double backer Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 71
Lenny Greenfader Think of Any Card spectator removes five cards, one of which is selection Afterthoughts 84
Harry Lorayne Triple Mate one removed and 2 thought-of cards foundRelated to The Epitome Location 25
Edward Marlo marlo's deal switch named card appears between sandwich cards on table Kabbala - Volume 3 (Vol. 3, No. 10) 140
Alex Elmsley, Frederick Mosteller another encore red & black card thought of, they are spelled to after some shuffling (see Legendary Kabbala for Elmsley credit)Inspired byRelated to Kabbala - Volume 3 (Vol. 3, No. 12) 153
Eddie Fields Quintile Spectator removes five cards, four random and one is the thought of selection. Performer divines selection. The Artful Dodges of Eddie Fields 25
Allan Ackerman An Effect spectator names card, direct, prediction typeVariations Here's My Card 29
John C. Wagner Mentally by Two faro, automatic placement 7 Secrets 33
Martin A. Nash It Can't Happen Here cutting to any value named, stack (Mental Topper) Sleight Unseen 430
Edward Marlo Un-Gaffed Approach three methods for "New Approach to a Revisit" from page 172 Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 175
Edward Marlo New Approach to a Revisit freely thought of card is placed on table and other card is located, using two rough and smooth decks Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 172
Edward Marlo A Tip for Mental Over Physical Related to Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 13
Edward Marlo, Paul Curry The Joker Reads Minds spectator thinks of card and reads order of shuffled deck, misreads joker as selection, six methods Hierophant (Issue The Last Hierophant) 5
Karl Fulves The Ghost Effect card thought of, five cards removed, one of them is the selection and the other the four aces, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 42) 167
Paul Gertner Don't Get Personal spectator's name appears on throught-of-card Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 4, No. 12) 568
Derek Dingle Ultra Thot Card from a fanned deck, with outsRelated to Fourcast 3
Karl Fulves, J. W. Sarles Fan Optics from a fanned deck, thought of card has different back color Fourcast 9
Karl Fulves, Charles T. Jordan, Joseph Ovette, U. F. Grant The Buddha Bet "can you see your suit/value... here?", set-upInspired by Fourcast 12
Roger Crosthwaite Think-a-Card shuffled deck, wording and eye movement The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 3
Roger Crosthwaite Stacked Deck Refinement stacked deck in conjunction with the think a card plotInspired by The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 8
Roger Crosthwaite Think-a-Card Control think a card plot and the Hofzinser spread cull The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 8
Roger Crosthwaite The Eidetic Prediction card is placed in the box, spectator think of a card, that card is divined and later found to be the card put in the box in the beginning The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 11
Derek Dingle Miracle Mental Spell to two freely thought of cards, count-spell principleRelated to The Complete Works of Derek Dingle 169
Derek Dingle One-Hand Fan Force Technique and Outs spectator thinks of a card from fan The Complete Works of Derek Dingle 153
Michael Weber "... Just an Old Premonition" copy of 52 cards with one reversed, freely thought-of card is missing Something for Everyone 12
Ken Krenzel Post Hoc Miracle thought from half the deck, a bit strange procedure, miscallingInspired by The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 3 106
Stewart James, Howard Lyons An Obvious Card thought of card to wallet, twice, Bombshell walletVariations Epoptica (Issue 5) 277
Stewart James The Gnikool Device a duplicate of a thought of card is added to a deck Epoptica (Issue 5) 277
Philip T. Goldstein Think a Card Restriction subtle Thequal 2
Philip T. Goldstein Zen Poker streamlined "can you see your suit/value... here?"Related to Thequal 2
Unknown Thought-Card Gimmick card thought of and written down by spectator, divined The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 5
John C. Wagner, Ralph W. Hull Whispering Wagner two thought of cards are found, inspired by a Hull effect from The Talisman The Commercial Magic of J.C. Wagner 20
John C. Wagner Estimation #1 spectator thinks of card in ribbon spread deck The Commercial Magic of J.C. Wagner 97
John C. Wagner, Dai Vernon Estimation #2 Inspired by The Commercial Magic of J.C. Wagner 99
John C. Wagner Non-Gaffed Ultra Mental as an out for estimation effects The Commercial Magic of J.C. Wagner 105
Doug Edwards Swell Spell spelling to any named card, full deck set up Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 11, No. 1) 1447
Edward Marlo Think of Any Card performer cuts to thought of card, using faros Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 217
David A. Vogt A Choice of 52 OOSOOM with free choice Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 226
Edward Marlo A Spelling Miracle spectator spells to freely thought of card Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 301
Edward Marlo Four Ways To Go one card removed, two thought of, are found, one ahead, clockingRelated to Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 175
Edward Marlo, U. F. Grant Grant's Lost Card Trick spelling principle to divine any thought of card Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 299
Larry Jennings First Impressions using turnover change, see page 168 for alternative for switch The Cardwright 33
Larry Jennings One Thought Behind two cards, one-ahead The Cardwright 60
Lennart Green The Perfect Arrangement deck order looks random, but is NDO after 1-2-Separation, thought-of-card presentation 1-2 Separation 7
Edward Marlo A Mental Combination - A Multiple Coincidence
- Impromptu Power of Thought
4 thought-of cards matched with another deck, power-of-thought with 2 decks, see page 55 (Addendum) for addition
So Soon? 33
Edward Marlo Not-so-Lazy-Man's Card Trick - Variation 7 memorized deck Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 13, No. 1) 1737
John Bannon Oh Calcutta thought of and dealt-to card are predicted, one aheadInspired by Impossibilia 11
John Bannon Shock Treatment thought-of-card placed in pocket as prediction, another selection is foundRelated toVariations Impossibilia 42
Edward Marlo Marlo's Mindreader card thought-of and selected, one found by stop trick, other to pocket That's It 58
Edward Marlo The Missing Mental Toppers cards transferred according to value of thought-of card, two methods That's It 60
Edward Marlo I Knew That any card is spelled to (Count-Spell Principle), two methods, with credit information (Mosteller)Also published here That's It 52
Edward Marlo I Knew That any card is spelled to (Count-Spell Principle), two methods, with credit information (Mosteller)Also published here Finally! 61
Jon Racherbaumer One More Thing commentary on thought-of cards, including Simon Aronson's "Simon's Eyes" The Olram File (Issue 3) 11
Edward Marlo Put A Shine On Your Mind "Ways to Ascertain the Value of a Thought-Card"
five methods with procedures in which spectator needs to remove as many cards as the thought-of value, partial set-up, memorized deck, distant key card
The Olram File (Issue 3) 7
Edward Marlo Logical Double Thought, Plus One two cards thought of & 1 unknown card removed, all found, three methodsRelated to The Olram File (Issue 4) 8
Edward Marlo, Simon Aronson, David Solomon The Path of Olram approaches for Simon Aronson's "Simon-Eyes", four ideas with forcing decksVariations The Olram File (Issue 5) 12
Edward Marlo, Simon Aronson Olram's Choice approach for Simon Aronson's "Simon-Eyes", 2 different numbers, memorized deck The Olram File (Issue 5) 13
Edward Marlo, Simon Aronson For the Ace-to-King Boys approach for Simon Aronson's "Simon-Eyes", two different numbers, NPO stack The Olram File (Issue 5) 14
Edward Marlo Complete Mental Secret odd-backed card is touched and tabled, any named card removed from other deck, they match, roughed red/blue menetekel, roughed red-blue double-back deck, see also Ibidem #19Related to The Olram File (Issue 10) 4
Stephen Tucker Thought Provoking mathematical Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 15, No. 8) 2105
James Swain Shocked prediction card in pocket finds one selection by spelling and matches another thought of selectionInspired by Don't Blink 37
Terry LaGerould Spectator guesses better one ahead Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 16, No. 9) 2257
Edward Marlo I Knew That any card is spelled to (Count-Spell Principle), two methods, with credit information (Mosteller)Also published here Simplicity at Your Fingertips 6
Dai Vernon イモーショナルリアクション (Emotional Reaction) Larry Jennings's Card Technique 115
Alex Elmsley Double-Cross selection and mate are thought of, groups displayed, matrixing principle The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 69
Stewart James The Gnikool Device a duplicate of freely chosen card is added to a deck via deck switch before replacement Facsimile (Issue 2) 16
Alexander de Cova Blank Thought Surprise blank deck, spectator thinks of any card, performer removes a blank card and it becomes named card in mirrorInspired by Secrets No. 1 26
Peter Duffie Thoughts on the Bottom Estimation & Bottom DealVariations Duffie's Card Compulsions 232
Gene Maze Hello Stranger named card has different back, ungaffed Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 19, No. 3) 2625
Karl Fulves Cheat Deck card thought (one person suit, another value), stacked and five cards corner shorted Blocking Off 47
James Swain Real Mindreading freely thought-of card found with fishing procedure (Tsunami)Inspired by
  • "Tsunami" (Bob Farmer)
Miracles with Cards 68
James Swain, Edward Marlo Topping the Mental Topper cards freely chosen (or thought of), card and its three mates found, faroInspired by
  • "Mental Topper" (Ed Marlo, The New Tops)
Miracles with Cards 107
Justin Higham Super Clairvoyant Variations Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20, No. 1) 2741
Harry Lorayne Apocalypse Variations Or Additions Inspired by Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20, No. 6) 2807
Unknown The Spread cards spread face-up on table, spectator thinks of one, performer estimates The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 8) 16
Nick Trost Nick's Stranger in Paradise Spectator thinks of any card and is removed from blue back deck, previously pocketed red deck is found to be missing the thought of card, tabled card is revealed to be it, first published in The New Tops, November 1968Related to
  • "Thought Anticipated" (Dave Campbell, The Gen, April 1959)
  • "Premonition Outdone" (Stan Lobenstern, 1968)
The Card Magic of Nick Trost 189
John Luka The Smiling Mule Variation Inspired by
  • Roy Walton's "The Smiling Mule"
  • Earl Nelson's "Pass the Sandwhich"
L.I.N.T. - Pocket Stuff for Close-Up Magicians 35
Frederick Braue Braue Nikola Fish estimation and fishing The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 8) 16
Pit Hartling Triathlon three card challenge location, sophisticatedInspired by Das kleine grüne Heft 24
Thomas Fraps, Helge Thun If Worse Comes To Worse performer finds two selected and one thought-of card, one way from face (pips)Variations The Book 88
Allan Ackerman A Close Encounter three thought of cards found, memorized deck Classic Handlings 18
Richard Osterlind Under Test Conditions stack Dynamic Mysteries 28
Chuck Smith Let's Fish free from a third of the deck Tools Of The Trade 59
Ralph W. Hull, Roberto Giobbi Any Named Card card placed on table is any named card, mexican turnover application Card College - Volume 4 826
Paul Cummins, Peter Duffie Red Herring Location Inspired by FASDIU II 87
David Regal The D.R. System multiple out... Constant Fooling 1 134
Darwin Ortiz The Last Laugh smiling mule version, memorized deck Scams & Fantasies with Cards 91
Allan Ackerman, Baltazar Fuentes An Ungaffed Ted do as i do type thing often done with marked cards, memorized deck Classic Handlings 21
David Berglas Think of a Card Plus spectator spreads the cards and thinks of one The Mind & Magic of David Berglas 524
David Berglas Think of a Card from a fan, also with faro fan The Mind & Magic of David Berglas 518
Al Baker Albaka card is written on card, gaffed The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Instructions) 527
Al Baker Mind-Reading Card Trick two methods, billet index The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Notebooks) 722
Al Baker Telepathic Selection carbon card gaff The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Instructions) 584
Joe Berg Find it! spectator thinks of a card, estimation and sprectator reaction Bruce Cervon's Castle Notebooks - Volume 1 55
Tom Craven, Bob King Name That Card any number card Best of Friends - Volume III 459
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
Gordon Bean The Two-Ton Prophet spectator thinks of a card, performer names a number, at that position is the thought-of card, full deck set-up, inspired by Stewart James' "The Prophet's Choice" (James File, p. 2075) Penumbra (Issue 11) 16
Ken Krenzel Spell of the Spectator no-touch, memorized deck, spectator spells down and finds named card Relaxed Impossibilities 195
Juan Esteban The Point-of-View Card Trick named card is found, memorized deck and multiple out Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 62
Claude Impériale Bluff Counting move a card with card counting presentation and optional deck switch Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 126
Steve Beam Spam Filter II thought-of selection is divined via other cards produced from deck, si stebbins, with stripper deck version, see also "Spam Filter" (Vol. 7) Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 275
Scott Robinson The Rip-Off thought-of selection is divined via other cards produced from deck, version of "Spam Filter" (Vol. 7) Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 281
Roberto Giobbi A Humorous Out out for situation when spectator think of any card Secret Agenda (Issue Mar 10) 78
Roberto Giobbi Out and Quickie out for situation when spectator think of any card, posed as problemRelated to Secret Agenda (Issue Mar 11) 79
Roberto Giobbi, Dai Vernon An Emotional Out out for situation when spectator think of any cardRelated to Secret Agenda (Issue Mar 13) 81
Roberto Giobbi Solution for Out and Quickie out for situation when spectator think of any card, solutionRelated to Secret Agenda (Issue Mar 12) 80
Darwin Ortiz Case Card any named card is left behind in case Lessons in Card Mastery 247
Jim Steinmeyer Oe Fortune Serves Eight binary sorting stack Ensuing Impuzzibilities 23
Jim Steinmeyer Wishing & Making it So any card thought of, counting procedure with small packet, over phone Treacherous Impuzzibilities 1
Jim Steinmeyer Just Thinking full deck stack, "do you see a card of the same value here?" (binary divination)Inspired by
  • "Perfect Card Divination" (Howard Albright, Super Psychic Mental Effects, 1948)
Devilish Impuzzibilities 1
John Scarne Think of a Card strategy to get the spectator to think of and name a card Hidden Agenda (Issue Feb 23) 58
Roberto Giobbi More "Think a Card" Strategies alternatives to a simple "Think of a card" request Hidden Agenda (Issue Feb 24) 59
Pit Hartling Just Like That performer and spectator each think of a card, they locate each other's cards In Order to Amaze 112
Jon Racherbaumer Guess What? with a physical and a mental selection, Solomon's Time Warp WalletInspired by Facsimile (Issue 6) 51