four packets of cards having been formed face downwards on the table, to discover the total value of the undermost cards\n\n unknown\nany number of packets of cards having been formed face downwards on the table, to discover the total value of the undermost cards.\n unknown
1876
modern magic
Unknown

Four Packets of Cards having been Formed face downwards on the Table, to discover the Total Value of the Undermost Cards

any number of packets of cards having been formed face downwards on the table, to discover the total value of the undermost cards.\nwith formula for any number of cards\n unknown\nfour packets of cards having been formed face downwards on the table, to discover the total value of the undermost cards\n unknown
1890
more magic
Unknown

Any number of Packets of Cards having been formed face downwards on the Table, to discover the Total Value of the Undermost Cards.

new numerical trick with cards\nthree heaps formed while performer is blindfolded according to some mathematical instructions, performer in the end know amount of cards in center pile\n unknown
1890
more magic
Unknown

New Numerical Trick with Cards

three heaps formed while performer is blindfolded according to some mathematical instructions, performer in the end know amount of cards in center pile

to name the bottom card of each of three heaps of cards\nperformer divines bottom cards of three piles by making up mathematical rules with other drawn cards\n unknown
1890
more magic
Unknown

To name the Bottom Card of each of Three Heaps of Cards

performer divines bottom cards of three piles by making up mathematical rules with other drawn cards

ne plus ultra - second method\npile of cards removed, noted and placed on pack, after some dealing procedure, spectator deals through cards and performer stops him at all selections\n unknown
1897
new era card tricks
Unknown

Ne Plus Ultra - Second Method

pile of cards removed, noted and placed on pack, after some dealing procedure, spectator deals through cards and performer stops him at all selections

ne plus ultra - first method\npile of cards removed, noted and placed on pack, after some dealing procedure, the performer divines the cards in face-down layout, also alternative with marked deck or stripper, "quadrating" (p. 50)\n unknown
1897
new era card tricks
Unknown

Ne Plus Ultra - First Method

pile of cards removed, noted and placed on pack, after some dealing procedure, the performer divines the cards in face-down layout, also alternative with marked deck or stripper, "quadrating" (p. 50)

a psychic card feat\nafter some calculations the spectator selects a card that the performer divines\n unknown
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks
Unknown

A Psychic Card Feat

after some calculations the spectator selects a card that the performer divines

a matter of debit and credit\n"i have as many cards as you have, and enough....", magician twice divines correct number of cut off cards\n unknown\nestimation\ngene grant
1938
greater magic
Unknown

A Matter of Debit and Credit

"I have as many cards as you have, and enough....", magician twice divines correct number of cut off cards

bridge mentalo\nfreely selected card is found out after some calculation with its value and suit\noscar h. paulson
1939
the jinx 51-100 Oscar H. Paulson

Bridge Mentalo

freely selected card is found out after some calculation with its value and suit

3<sup>2</sup>\nselection process with square layout\nrussell "rusduck" duck\n3<sup>2</sup> deal duplicated\nken beale\nrussell "rusduck" duck\nmarvin johnson
1946
the phoenix 101-150 Russell "Rusduck" Duck

telling a chosen card\ndivine value of playing card via mathematical method (multiply by three, add six, divide by three)\n unknown
1949
tricks and stunts with playing cards
Unknown

Telling a Chosen Card

Divine value of playing card via mathematical method (multiply by three, add six, divide by three)

the talking card\nten card row, spectator moves cards from one end of row to another, performer divines the number of moved cards repeatedly by turning over card with the same value\nal altman
1950
scarne on card tricks Al Altman

The Talking Card

ten card row, spectator moves cards from one end of row to another, performer divines the number of moved cards repeatedly by turning over card with the same value

double duty\nspectator secretly transfers a number of cards (one to ten) to magician's packet, magician produces card with same value\njohn scarne
1950
scarne on card tricks John Scarne

Double Duty

Spectator secretly transfers a number of cards (one to ten) to magician's packet, magician produces card with same value

3<sup>2</sup> deal duplicated\nselection process with square layout, combination of ken beale's "square deal" (ibidem #23) and rusduck\nken beale\nrussell "rusduck" duck\nmarvin johnson\n3<sup>2</sup>\nrussell "rusduck" duck
1970
hierophant Ken Beale, Russell "Rusduck" Duck, Marvin Johnson

3^{2} Deal Duplicated

selection process with square layout, combination of Ken Beale's "Square Deal" (Ibidem #23) and Rusduck

divining the total of three bottom cards\nperformer divines total number of bottom cards of three piles\nnick trost
1976
subtle card magic: part two Nick Trost

Divining the Total of Three Bottom Cards

Performer divines total number of bottom cards of three piles

computer card trick\nwith introduction by karl fulves
computer program with which any selected card can be divined, program guesses color, suit, etc. correctly\nchristopher morgan\n"computer card trick" (christopher morgan, on computing, fall 1979)\nbrainiac card trick\njim snapp
1979
interlocutor Christopher Morgan

Computer Card Trick

with introduction by Karl Fulves
computer program with which any selected card can be divined, program guesses color, suit, etc. correctly

hummer card mystery\nseveral cards removed from deck, and some put in pocket, when performer gets balance of cards he knows how many cards are in pocket\nbob hummer
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

Hummer Card Mystery

several cards removed from deck, and some put in pocket, when performer gets balance of cards he knows how many cards are in pocket

hummer's 18 card mystery\nspectator takes 18 cards and turns over the top two cards and cuts the pile, that step is repeated as often as he likes, then the performer takes the cards behind his back and divines the amount of reversed cards\nbob hummer\nstill scheming\npeter duffie
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

Hummer's 18 Card Mystery

spectator takes 18 cards and turns over the top two cards and cuts the pile, that step is repeated as often as he likes, then the performer takes the cards behind his back and divines the amount of reversed cards

the whispering spirit\npacket is cut and substracted from a unknown calculation (age x nine), amount of cards in packet is divined when result is named (1941)\nbob hummer
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

The Whispering Spirit

packet is cut and substracted from a unknown calculation (age x nine), amount of cards in packet is divined when result is named (1941)

dial a date deal\ntwo rows of eight cards are dealt on the table, some face up and some face down, spectator selects a name on a sheet and turns cards over corresponding to the number next to the name, performer's back is turned and when he looks at cards name can be divined\nbob hummer\ndiskette\nphilip t. goldstein
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

Dial a Date Deal

two rows of eight cards are dealt on the table, some face up and some face down, spectator selects a name on a sheet and turns cards over corresponding to the number next to the name, performer's back is turned and when he looks at cards name can be divined

stop - thief!!!\ncards with license numbers on them, deck of playing cards used to divine the number (1943)\nbob hummer
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

Stop - Thief!!!

cards with license numbers on them, deck of playing cards used to divine the number (1943)

voodoo fortune telling\ncards with questions on one side and different pictures of zombies on the other side, one question is selected and cards separated several times while checking different features of the zombies, eventually a four digit number is evaluated and leads to the answer of the question in a book, system is explained with playing cards\nbob hummer
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

Voodoo Fortune Telling

cards with questions on one side and different pictures of zombies on the other side, one question is selected and cards separated several times while checking different features of the zombies, eventually a four digit number is evaluated and leads to the answer of the question in a book, system is explained with playing cards

hummer's fortune telling book\ncards with questions on one side and different pictures of zombies on the other side, one question is selected and cards separated several times while checking different features of the zombies, eventually a four digit number is evaluated and leads to the answer of the question in a book\nmartin gardner\nmartin gardner\nmartin gardner\njames e. sansotera\njames e. sansotera
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Martin Gardner

Hummer's Fortune Telling Book

cards with questions on one side and different pictures of zombies on the other side, one question is selected and cards separated several times while checking different features of the zombies, eventually a four digit number is evaluated and leads to the answer of the question in a book

james e. sansotera\nversion of hummer's fortune telling book, without book method\njames e. sansotera\nhummer's fortune telling book\nmartin gardner
1981
bob hummer's collected secrets James E. Sansotera

James E. Sansotera

version of Hummer's Fortune Telling Book, without book method

just a few wrinkles...\nmathematical card trick, spectator arrives at three digit number, performer uses three digit number to divine three cut-to cards and also spectator's age\nstephen tucker\n"guessing someone's age" (martin gardner's mathematics, magic and mystery, 1956)
1984
the card-mad-gic of stephen tucker Stephen Tucker

Just a few wrinkles...

Mathematical card trick, spectator arrives at three digit number, performer uses three digit number to divine three cut-to cards and also spectator's age

Inspired by

"Guessing Someone's Age" (Martin Gardner's Mathematics, Magic and Mystery, 1956)

the perfect stopper\nspectator deals card on table and can stop anywhere, performer knows / names card\nsteven youell\nblind side\ntom craven
1994
the trapdoor - volume three Steven Youell

The Perfect Stopper

spectator deals card on table and can stop anywhere, performer knows / names card

miraculous coincidence\nmagician twice divines correct number of cut off cards\nralph w. hull\nroberto giobbi\n"still simpler" (r. w. hull, sandu writes again, 1934, paul stadelman)
2000
card college - volume 4 Ralph W. Hull, Roberto Giobbi

Miraculous Coincidence

magician twice divines correct number of cut off cards

Inspired by

"Still Simpler" (R. W. Hull, Sandu Writes Again, 1934, Paul Stadelman)

dial-a-die\nriffle shuffle, twelve cards dealt on table, number of cards according to rolled die transferred, down-under-deal done, ... eventually number on die revealed\nkarl fulves\nstop order\nkarl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Dial-A-Die

riffle shuffle, twelve cards dealt on table, number of cards according to rolled die transferred, down-under-deal done, ... eventually number on die revealed

queens gambit\nremoved card is "divined" by analyzing 4 indifferent cards twice, then four of a kind transformation climax\ntony chang
2013
i was kidnapped Tony Chang

Queens Gambit

removed card is "divined" by analyzing 4 indifferent cards twice, then four of a kind transformation climax

flash fried\nvariation of 21-card trick\nhernán maccagno\n"how to have someone think of a card and guess what it is" (horatio galasso, giochi de carte, 1593)\nsecond method\n unknown
2015
semi-automatic card tricks - volume 10 Hernán Maccagno

Flash Fried

Variation of 21-Card Trick

Related to

"How to Have Someone Think of a Card and Guess What it is" (Horatio Galasso, Giochi de Carte, 1593)

3726\nfour people think of a value and then a suit. the magician names each of them.\nsteve beam\n"look, no cards" (lewis jones, the book of revelations, 2014)\n3726 for couples\nsteve beam
2015
semi-automatic card tricks - volume 10 Steve Beam

3726

Four people think of a value and then a suit. The magician names each of them.

Related to

"Look, No Cards" (Lewis Jones, The Book of Revelations, 2014)

3726 for couples\ntwo people think of a value and then a suit to form two cards. the magician names both playing cards.\nsteve beam\n3726\nsteve beam
2015
semi-automatic card tricks - volume 10 Steve Beam

3726 for Couples

Two people think of a value and then a suit to form two cards. The magician names both playing cards.

barely thought-of card miracle\ndivine thought of card in a packet of eight cards by asking "yes" or "no" questions about whether their card is in one pile or not\ncarlos santillan\n"merely thought-of card miracle" (paul gordon, aldo colombini's self working packet tricks dvd)
2015
the saturday morning session Carlos Santillan

Barely Thought-of Card Miracle

Divine thought of card in a packet of eight cards by asking "yes" or "no" questions about whether their card is in one pile or not