44 entries in Cards / Principles / Placement Principles / Free Cut Principle
  
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Gene Finnell Free Cut Principle Free Cut Principle 1
Gene Finnell Togetherness two piles, two selected cards end up together Free Cut Principle 4
Gene Finnell Togetherness Repeat cutting to two selected cards Free Cut Principle 4
Gene Finnell Coincidence? two selected cards in two piles turn up at the same position Free Cut Principle 2
Gene Finnell Caught Between Free Cut Principle 5
Gene Finnell Caught Between Repeat behind back Free Cut Principle 7
Gene Finnell Whew! two cards selected Free Cut Principle 7
Gene Finnell Aces at Random four cards face up, value of each is dealt and four aces found, spectator decides in which order Free Cut Principle 10
Gene Finnell Aces Respelled four aces are spelled Free Cut Principle 22
Gene Finnell Your Number - Your Card four cards face up, value of each is dealt and four selections are found, spectators decide in which order Free Cut Principle 15
Gene Finnell Ups and Downs aces are put back at different places and cut into face up and face down piles, all cards end up the same way except the aces Free Cut Principle 19
Karl Fulves Two Shuffle Controls: Riffle Placement two selection in incomplete riffle shuffle condition are selected and controlled 26 cards apart, two handlingsRelated to Epilogue (Issue 13) 103
John Miller Riffle Ups and Downs based on Gene Finnell's "Ups and Downs" (Free Cut Principle) Card Cavalcade II 216
Gene Finnell Free Cut Principle Ever So Sleightly 70
Gene Finnell Free Cut Principle Ever So Sleightly 99
Gene Finnell Free Cut Principle Afterthoughts 77
Karl Fulves Visible Strip-Out handling for "Riffle Placement"Related to Riffle Shuffle Control 6
Roy Walton Sign of Four mathematical, faro, free cut principle The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 1 95
Gene Finnell, Philip T. Goldstein Free Cut Procedure Variation Silentwe 6
Gene Finnell Free-Cut Principle for spelling routine The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 3 17
Gene Finnell Free Cut Principle The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings 62
Murray Bonfeld Double Poker Control faro, Free-Cut PrincipleInspired by Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 9, No. 9) 1256
Gene Finnell Free Cut Principle The Commercial Magic of J.C. Wagner 25
Gene Finnell Free Cut Principle The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 203
Bob King 10 Hand Poker Stack with free cut principle The Breather 2 5
Peter Duffie Credit Information Duffie's Card Compulsions 69
Richard Vollmer Thrice Nice divided deck, see also p. 2819 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20, No. 1) 2737
Peter Duffie Divided We Lie Lie Detector with two selections in two piles, kicker where selection is different color from rest of the packetInspired by Effortless Card Magic 48
Peter Duffie Dead Certain Location Value of magician's selected card finds spectator's card, impossible location (based on Richard Vollmer effect, unnamed) Effortless Card Magic 81
Gene Finnell Free Cut Principle Down Under Deals 55
Gene Finnell Free Cut Principle 21st Century Card Magic 23
Gene Finnell Free Cut Principle Jiggery Pokery 14
Gene Finnell Free Cut Principle Scams & Fantasies with Cards 14
Jerry Sadowitz 3 Card Control crimp and faro, inspired by Finnell's Free Cut PrincipleRelated to Cut Controls 25
Gene Finnell, John Hamilton Free Cut Principle Full Metal Jacket 9
Karl Fulves 13 O'Clock two cards chosen with cutting procedure are foundInspired by Clockwork 56
Harry Lorayne, James Swain Simplified Swain, Plus aces lost and found with free-cut principle, colors separated, two selections found, based on Swain's "Shuffle Tracking" (Genii 5/2005) Best of Friends - Volume III 442
Tom Stone Freedom Cuts choreography of selection-replacement-procedure for Free Cut Principle Vortex 65
Roy Walton Free Cut Principle Handling choreography of selection-replacement-procedure for Free Cut Principle, see footnote Vortex 67
Tom Stone Memorized Deck & Free Cut Principle some ideas Vortex 67
Claude Impériale Sans Skill three cards vanish and appear again reversedInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 16
Jim Steinmeyer, Eddie Joseph Hacer lo Imposible two selections in two piles show up at same position, hands-offInspired by
  • "Impossible" (Eddie Joseph, 1952)
Treacherous Impuzzibilities 17
Paul Vigil High 5.0 five poker hands dealt, four spectators remember one card in their packets, cards redealt, performer reads minds of four spectatorsInspired by
  • "Gimme Five" (Simon Aronson, MAGIC, Aug. 2009, p. 62)
VariationsAlso published here
  • "High 5" (Paul Vigil, MAGIC, Nov. 2011, p. 64)
Classic Fantastic 201
Paul Vigil High 5 Remix last card to envelope in wallet
- An Impromptu Handling: Sans Wallet
Inspired by Classic Fantastic 215