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Edward Marlo Marlo's Miracle Routine: Cards By Weight multiple phases, ace-king set-up, faroRelated to Marlo In Spades 13
Harry Lorayne Pseudo Memory #2 apparently order of shuffled deck is rememberedRelated toVariations My Favorite Card Tricks 65
Al Koran Double Thought spectator finds performer's card and the other way around, marked deckRelated toVariations Al Koran's Professional Presentations 89
Allan Ackerman The Programmed Deck always dealing into two piles and eliminating one pile, last card is named selection, Named TantalizerRelated to Magic Mafia Effects 36
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
Harry Lorayne Triple Mate one removed and two thought-of cards foundRelated to The Epitome Location 25
Gerald Kosky Computer Discovery card remains after multiple anti-faros, see also Pit Hartling "The Core" (Semi-Automatic Card Tricks Vol. 7) Pabular (Vol. 4, No. 12) 612
Harry Lorayne Deck Cuts Itself at Any Number crimpRelated to Quantum Leaps 146
Frank Thompson False Cut Variations Six Impromptu Card Tricks 45
Larry Jennings The Jennings Revelation waving over the cards...Variations The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings 71
Dai Vernon The Third Color spectator looses, double dealRelated to The Vernon Chronicles - Volume 2 180
Brother John Hamman Opposite Pockets chosen and thought-of card are named, no-touch, weird thought-of procedure, partial stackVariations The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 75
Alex Elmsley Topsy-Turvy Stay-Stack (A Problem) topsy-turvy stay stack with 2 decksRelated to The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 391
Alex Elmsley The Constant Stack Related to The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 309
Alex Elmsley Binary Translocations 1) to bring top card to any position with faros
2) to bring card to top with 2^x cards
3) variation of 2)
Related toVariations The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 311
Paul Harris Whack Your Pack (aka Reflex) Variations The Art of Astonishment - Book 3 (Issue Magical Arts Journal) 207
Pit Hartling Robin Hood Collectors/Cards Across Combo, double facers Das kleine grüne Heft 6
Pit Hartling Amor all cards match, short long gaffed deck Das kleine grüne Heft 31
Pit Hartling Painting The Town Red performer predicts name of a town chosen from the map's toc. The Book 33
Pit Hartling The Party Animal selected card turns face-up while the deck is in the case, twice, climax: half the deck turns face up. The Book 52
Pit Hartling Chameleon joker changes into three selected cards and back, double faced divided gaff The Book 79
Pit Hartling Cupid all cards match, short long gaffed deck The Book 84
Pit Hartling The ...-Idea knive removed from keychain, changes color, jumps back onto keychain The Book 102
Pit Hartling Chaos Cut sloppy false running-cutInspired byRelated toVariations The Book 115
Pit Hartling Out-Of-Order Shuffle false shuffle and cut The Book 116
Pit Hartling Defekt pinky rise & mismade card climax Das kleine grüne Heft 19
Pit Hartling Hurra, eine Einleitung! Das kleine grüne Heft 4
Pit Hartling Feurio red black antifaro method Das kleine grüne Heft 12
Pit Hartling Triathlon three card challenge location, sophisticatedInspired by Das kleine grüne Heft 24
Pit Hartling Hurra, ein Schlusswort! Das kleine grüne Heft 38
Pit Hartling Addition from Box to Packet Das kleine grüne Heft 8
Pit Hartling Drop Stack stacking cards while throwing heaps on table Das kleine grüne Heft 16
Guy Hollingworth A Gambling Routine known as "Reset", ends in New Pack Order, for an idea see also Handcrafted Card Magic - Volume 2, page 28Related to Drawing Room Deceptions 181
Pit Hartling Jolly Jumper card travels three times, Dreisprung Concertos for Pasteboard 71
Pit Hartling Finger Flicker breather crimpRelated toVariations Card Fictions 10
Pit Hartling Introduction Card Fictions 6
Pit Hartling Acknowledgements Card Fictions 91
Pit Hartling Last Word Card Fictions 92
Pit Hartling Bibliography Card Fictions 94
Pit Hartling Master of the Mess cards shuffled by spectator, using faro, two phase routine with location in first partRelated to Card Fictions 18
Pit Hartling Elimination - Faro Ordering removing cards so they can be ordered later with faro shuffles Card Fictions 22
Pit Hartling Colour Sense feeling colors through table, packet of thirteen cardsRelated toVariations Card Fictions 36
Pit Hartling, Helge Thun A Force one of four packets, magician's choice Card Fictions 38
Pit Hartling High Noon with card under watch climaxInspired by Card Fictions 44
Pit Hartling Cincinnati Pit stacking four hands with four-of-a-kinds with two shufflesVariations Card Fictions 52
Pit Hartling Triple Countdown three cards at three numbers, smith's myth Card Fictions 68
Pit Hartling Unforgettable three phase memory routine, faroRelated to Card Fictions 78
Pit Hartling Method and Style and The Performing Mode Inspired by
  • "The Performing Mode" (Rafael Benatar, MAGIC, January 2001)
Card Fictions 30
Pit Hartling Inducing Challenges Card Fictions 60
Pit Hartling Foreword Handcrafted Card Magic 9
Denis Behr Plop named four-of-a-kind penetrates card caseRelated to Handcrafted Card Magic 20
Denis Behr, Pit Hartling The Culling Procedure bringing any named four-of-a-kind to bottom in face-down deck, memorized deck Handcrafted Card Magic 20
Pit Hartling Drop Stack stacking cards while throwing heaps on table Handcrafted Card Magic 54
Hector Chadwick Reds and Blacks Performer divines red/black from spectator shuffled deckInspired by The Mental Mysteries of Hector Chadwick 85
Helder Guimarães Three Progressive Choices (or "The trick I would perform to José Quesoyyo, Miguel Ajo and Woody Aragon")
3 cards chosen and found in different ways, faces become blank in the end
Inspired by Don't Xerox Lecture Notes 23
Pit Hartling Finger Flicker Location Don't Xerox Lecture Notes 26
R. Paul Wilson Tupelo Paul simplified variationInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 157
David Solomon, Pit Hartling Sorting the Deck named card remains after multiple anti-faros, version of Pit Hartling's "The Core" (Vol. 7)Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 282
Pit Hartling Finger Flicker Location Related to Reflections 89
Ryan Schlutz Fing-Jit-Su spectator breaks small wood with finger, then flicks deck at selectionRelated to Making the Cut 51
Woody Aragon Maverick demonstration of estimating and cutting specific number of cards.Related to A Book in English 131
Pit Hartling, Denis Behr Two More Tricks for Allen Kennedy - The First Routine with variation Handcrafted Card Magic - Volume 2 20
Denis Behr Chaotic Chaos Cut Inspired by Handcrafted Card Magic - Volume 2 30
Pit Hartling, Denis Behr Messy - The Director's Shuffle triumph using faros, can end in full stackRelated to Handcrafted Card Magic - Volume 2 39
Darwin Ortiz Sudden Impact deck is flicked at peeked cardInspired by Lessons in Card Mastery 61
Darwin Ortiz 52 Pick-up triumph ending in new pack order, eight faro shufflesInspired by Lessons in Card Mastery 109
Benjamin Earl The Bounce Cut simulates running cut from hand to tableRelated toAlso published here Less is More 3 19
Denis Behr, Pit Hartling Beer, Card Tricks and Orange Juice: Denis and Pit Think Out Loud Related to Quarterly (Issue 1 (Winter 2015)) 25
Denis Behr, Pit Hartling Card Tricks, Beer and Orange Juice: Denis and Pit Think Out Loud Quarterly (Issue 2 (Spring 2015)) 23
Denis Behr, Pit Hartling Card Tricks, Beer and Orange Juice: Denis and Pit Think Out Loud Related to Quarterly (Issue 3 (Summer 2015)) 29
Pit Hartling Types of Gambling Tricks list Quarterly (Issue 3 (Summer 2015)) 30
Pit Hartling Two-Deck Gilbreath Idea no applicationRelated to Quarterly (Issue 3 (Summer 2015)) 34
Pit Hartling Stay Stack Faro Shuffle Handling Quarterly (Issue 3 (Summer 2015)) 36
Pit Hartling Traveling Coin signed coin, outline of method Quarterly (Issue 2 (Spring 2015)) 25
Pit Hartling Hot Pockets The participant freely selects and pockets two cards from the deck. The magician explains that the trick only works when the two selections are the Four of Diamonds and the Queen of Clubs. The cards are checked and they are the Four of Diamonds and the Queen of ClubsInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 127
Helder Guimarães The Other Side of Playing Cards using playing cards for magicRelated to The Veriloquent 29
Denis Behr, Pit Hartling Card Tricks, Beer and Orange Juice: Denis and Pit Think Out Loud Quarterly (Issue 4 (Summer 2016)) 35
John Wilson Outer This World performer divines color of top thirteen cards of shuffled deckInspired by You and Me and the Devil Makes Three - Volume II 19
Pit Hartling Acknowledgements In Order to Amaze 7
Pit Hartling Introduction In Order to Amaze 14
Pit Hartling Catch Me If You Can named card is found with sandwich cards in a deck, then in a second deck that hasn't been touched, with "Alternative handlings":
- Culling and forcing the detectives
- No culling needed: Two memorized decks
- Security method: No memorization necessary
In Order to Amaze 16
Pit Hartling The False Frame of Reference on Darwin Ortiz' term In Order to Amaze 22
Pit Hartling The Heavyweight human scale, cut-off packets weighed and number of cut-off cards predicted In Order to Amaze 26
Pit Hartling Sherlock selection found in deck shuffled by spectator, returns to stack, interlocking chains In Order to Amaze 40
Pit Hartling Close Encounters three cards inserted by spectator from another deck lie next to their duplicates In Order to Amaze 48
Pit Hartling Using a lift shuffle to cut the deck at a specific spot face-up shuffle In Order to Amaze 54
Pit Hartling Cutting a Card to the Top as utility or for "named card to top" In Order to Amaze 56
Pit Hartling The Core named card remains after reverse-faro procedure until single card remainsRelated to In Order to Amaze 60
Pit Hartling Thought Exchange performer and spectator each glimpse card in one half, they locate each other's cards, half stackInspired by In Order to Amaze 70
Pit Hartling Duplicity two poker hands dealt after spectator's riffle shuffle, exact deal duplicated with second deck by performer In Order to Amaze 80
Pit Hartling Echoes three selections predicted with their mates In Order to Amaze 92
Pit Hartling Truth and Artistic Truth In Order to Amaze 100
Pit Hartling The Poker Formulas any poker hand dealt, using printed formulas In Order to Amaze 102
Pit Hartling Just Like That performer and spectator each think of a card, they locate each other's cards In Order to Amaze 112
Pit Hartling, Denis Behr Quartets controlling named four-of-a-kind in memorized deckRelated to In Order to Amaze 116
Pit Hartling Top of the Heaps named four-of-a-kind comes to top of four piles In Order to Amaze 122
Pit Hartling Magical Thinking - Magical Gestures and Causality In Order to Amaze 128
Pit Hartling The Jennings Revelation with a named quartet Inspired by In Order to Amaze 129
Pit Hartling A Riffle Culling Demonstration named four-of-a-kind to top In Order to Amaze 130
Pit Hartling Murphy's Law last four cards in deck consist of named four-of-a-kind In Order to Amaze 132
Pit Hartling Mental Snapshots on the spectator's recollection of key moments In Order to Amaze 138
Pit Hartling The Chosen spectator touches four cards, they're a named four-of-a-kind In Order to Amaze 140
Pit Hartling On free choices In Order to Amaze 148
Pit Hartling Identity four random card reversed in spread instantly transform into selections, then back In Order to Amaze 150
Pit Hartling, David Jade Ribbon Spread Hide-Out Transformation Related to
  • "When They Were Kings" (David Jade, Genii, Sept. 2010)
In Order to Amaze 155
Pit Hartling The Illusionist performer cuts to named four-of-a-kind one by one, these cards then turn out to be four cards put in pocket in beginning In Order to Amaze 160
Pit Hartling Back-Pocket Load from thumb palm In Order to Amaze 165
Pit Hartling Prologues and Callbacks In Order to Amaze 167
Pit Hartling Four-Way Stop spectators stop at four cards during deal, they turn out to be named four-of-a-kind In Order to Amaze 168
Edward Marlo, Pit Hartling A Push-Off Third Deal Related to In Order to Amaze 175
Pit Hartling The Right Kind of Wrong four values cut to in one deck are used to count down to named four-of-a-kind in second deck In Order to Amaze 178
Pit Hartling The Stack-Dependents chapter intro In Order to Amaze 186
Pit Hartling Fairy Tale Poker eight-handed poker deal in which wanted hands appear, all hands full-house or better In Order to Amaze 190
Pit Hartling Quick Change spectator finds straight flush to fit selection, then changes the card to make a Royal Flush to fit second selection, for Tamariz or Aronson stack In Order to Amaze 200
Pit Hartling Poker Night at the Improv all possible poker hands produced in increasing order, "Any Poker Hand the Magician Calls For" In Order to Amaze 210
Pit Hartling Game of Chance color of every third card used in multiple phase gambling gameInspired byRelated to In Order to Amaze 232
Pit Hartling Last Word In Order to Amaze 247
Pit Hartling Bibliography In Order to Amaze 248
Denis Behr, Pit Hartling Card Tricks, Beer and Orange Juice: Denis and Pit Think Out Loud on improvisation, mistakes, Fulves, publishing Quarterly (Issue 5 (Winter 2017)) 19
Pit Hartling Memory Maven card removed and peeked at in shuffled deck, performer looks through cards and names missing card as well as position of second selectionInspired by
  • Max Maven effect
Variations
Quarterly (Issue 5 (Winter 2017)) 25
Pit Hartling, Denis Behr Memory Maven Variation method variation of Pit Hartling's effectInspired by Quarterly (Issue 5 (Winter 2017)) 28
Denis Behr, Pit Hartling Multiple Out Revelations strategies to locate a card if you know it's one of a few Quarterly (Issue 5 (Winter 2017)) 29
Pit Hartling Lift Shuffle Cull Quarterly (Issue 5 (Winter 2017)) 30
Pit Hartling Two Card Location out-of-hand selection procedure Quarterly (Issue 5 (Winter 2017)) 30
Benjamin Earl The Bounce Cut simulates running cut from hand to tableRelated toAlso published here Less is More 51
Ryan Schlutz Flow vs. Sequential on performing several tricks in a flowRelated to False Anchors - Volume One 23