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Alex Elmsley Spell by the Numbers automatic placement The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 349
Alex Elmsley Paraspell two cards, faro-version of Stewart James' "Evolution of a Dream" The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 353
Alex Elmsley Collinspell collins aces with spelling finale, setting cards with a faro, featuring interesting vanishes The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 357
Alex Elmsley Arab Roto-Pack using faros for various placements The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 365
Alex Elmsley What a Party! adding faro principles The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 369
Alex Elmsley Late Night Location stay stack with duplicatesVariations The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 372
Alex Elmsley Auto-Discovery two cards are used to divine a very free selection that's pocketed by spectator, stacked The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 374
Alex Elmsley The Elmsley Rising Card rubber gimmick, faro placementRelated to The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 376
Alex Elmsley Faro Placement to control selection between two cards The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 379
Alex Elmsley Faro Placement to control selection between two cards The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 381
Alex Elmsley Computer Dating removed selection is mated under fair conditions, stay stack The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 385
Russell "Rusduck" Duck, Alex Elmsley Stay Stack credit information The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 385
Alex Elmsley Empty and Full removed selection is mated under fair conditions, stay stack The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 387
Alex Elmsley Wedded Ambitions free selection, mate rises to top, stay stack The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 389
Edward Marlo, Alex Elmsley ATFUS Card College - Volume 1 208
Bob King Making Waves II two cards are selected with the "card at position of cut-off number"-procedure, cards found from a jumbo deck then, one jumbo card travels into walletInspired byAlso published here Five-Star Magic 10
Roy Walton No Hiding Place Inspired byRelated to The Looking Glass (Issue 3) 100
Bob Farmer Hide In Plain (Second) Sight Inspired byRelated to The Looking Glass (Issue 3) 101
Dominique Duvivier Quicker Than My Shadow Effect similar to Between Your Palms, done with Duvivier WalletInspired byRelated to Magie Duvivier 67
Alex Elmsley Introduction - Requirements (Floppy Disk, Cards, Computer)
- Installation
- Security
- General
Mouse Magic 3
Alex Elmsley Chapter 1 - Sleight of Mouse moving the mouse to a certain area on the screen Mouse Magic 8
Alex Elmsley The Eye of the Mouse an object is freely chosen, picture appears on computer screen Mouse Magic 8
Alex Elmsley The Card in the Screen chosen card appears on computer screen Mouse Magic 14
Alex Elmsley The Counter total of loose change is seen on computer screen, counter stops at exact amount Mouse Magic 19
Alex Elmsley Chapter 2 - Permutations and Combinations Related to
  • Scalbert's "Mystery of the Seventh Card"
Mouse Magic 22
Alex Elmsley The Other Card six cards are removed from a deck and five are inserted into the computer, computer program names remaining card Mouse Magic 22
Alex Elmsley The Fortune Teller spectator selects objects from lists on computer, eventually computer program shows a horoscope with the exact birthdate of spectator Mouse Magic 25
Alex Elmsley Thought Projection card is selected on computer screen, performer divines it after answering two questions posed by the computer program Mouse Magic 30
Alex Elmsley Chapter 3 - Improvisation Mouse Magic 33
Alex Elmsley Inexplicable with computer program, programmed version of Vernon's "Trick that cannot be explained"Inspired by Mouse Magic 33
Alex Elmsley Chapter 4 - Tuning the Tricks coding for altering the programs Mouse Magic 39
Alex Elmsley Tailpiece revealing a number typed into the calculator of a windows computer Mouse Magic 51
Alex Elmsley The Elmsley Count Card College - Volume 2 311
Richard Kaufman (reviewer) Mouse Magic by Alex Elmsley The Looking Glass (Issue 1) 43
James Swain, Alex Elmsley Brainweave follow up with Play It Straight type effectInspired by Miracles with Cards 84
Karl Fulves Pact Man Penelope's Principle, with KlondikeRelated to 13 Prophets 27
Tommy Wonder Fabricated using a direct center steal under cover of handkerchiefRelated to The Books of Wonder - Volume 1 55
Doug Canning Spell Found card located by spelling This Is Not Your Card and But This IsInspired by The Trapdoor - Volume Three (Issue 61) 1190
Alex Elmsley Three in Hiding three cards in three pockets of spectator, performer divines who has which card, with second method "Hidey-Hole"Related toAlso published here The Looking Glass (Issue 2) 49
Larry Jennings Royal Puzzle Inspired by Jennings '67 204
Alex Elmsley Elmsley Count The Card Magic of Nick Trost 213
Alex Elmsley Elmsley Count The Card Magic of Nick Trost 223
Alex Elmsley Elmsley Count "Ghost Count" or "Counting Four as Four"Related to
  • "The Four Card Trick" (Alex Elmsley, marketed 1959)
The Card Magic of Nick Trost 314
Peter Duffie Loyal Marriages Four Kings and Queens incorrectly matched, two Jokers used to match them magicallyInspired by Effortless Card Magic 126
Alex Elmsley Prayer Vanish Jennings '67 235
Larry Jennings Another Four-Card Trick Inspired byRelated to Jennings '67 16
Alex Elmsley Underworld nine cards Alex Is At It Again 1
Alex Elmsley Power Poker ten cards, spectator can chose which he wands, full house and royal flushRelated toVariations Alex Is At It Again 2
Alex Elmsley No-Calc two cards are located, two numbers written down and cards found at that positionAlso published here
  • "No-Calc" in "Come a Little Closer"
Alex Is At It Again 3
Alex Elmsley, Bill Reid Continuous Pick-Up Shuffle lift shuffle Alex Is At It Again 7
Alex Elmsley The Colour-Changing Faro Shuffle first published in Jerry Sadowitz' "The Crimp", five times performer cuts to a card, royal flush but with different colored back Alex Is At It Again 9
Alex Elmsley Three in Hiding three cards in 3 pockets of spectator, performer divines who has which card, with second method "Hidey-Hole"Also published here Alex Is At It Again 14
Alex Elmsley Cross-25 two selections made out of performer's hands, re-matrixing, updated handlingAlso published here Alex Is At It Again 17
Alex Elmsley Brainweave ungaffed handling of Brainwave, updated handlingAlso published here Alex Is At It Again 20
Alex Elmsley Faro Fan Alex Is At It Again 21
Roberto Giobbi, Roger Klause, Alex Elmsley Counting Cards while spreading them between the Hands double pushover technique Card College - Volume 3 510
Alex Elmsley Card Coding by Permutation coding a card by arrangement of four or 5 other cards
- Reversible Counting
- Four-Card Coding
- A Hole in Four (The Second Gap)
- Camel Poker
The Looking Glass (Issue 4) 161
Marty Kane Trek Trick Inspired by The Trapdoor - Volume Three (Issue 70) 1452
Alex Elmsley Just Lucky Shuffle for 4 players in 3 shuffles 21st Century Card Magic 140
Alex Elmsley, James Swain 1002nd Aces 21st Century Card Magic 127
David Regal Lies Lie Detector premise for Between Your PalmsInspired by Close-Up & Personal 108
Alex Elmsley Faro Fan Classic Handlings 31
Bob King Another Late-Night Session performer cuts to fairly lost selection, twenty-six duplicates, incomplete faroInspired by The Breather 3 4
Aaron Fisher Don't Fear the Reaper spectator selects four cards from a fan being the four acesInspired by The Paper Engine 57
Aaron Fisher 2001, an Ace Odyssey Related to The Paper Engine 90
Alex Elmsley Spread Count Procedure method to count cards while spreading Scams & Fantasies with Cards 92
Alex Elmsley Brainweave Display The Boston Trick Party 14
Bob King Making Waves II two cards are selected with the "card at position of cut-off number"-procedure, cards found from a jumbo deck then, one jumbo card travels into walletInspired byAlso published here New Magician Foolers 7
David Solomon, Alex Elmsley The Power of Poker Inspired byVariations Dear Mr. Fantasy 189
Alex Elmsley Elmsley Switch à la ATFUS Related to
  • Pentagram (Vol. 10 No. 12, Sept. 1956, p. 91)
Enchantments 68
Wesley James, Alex Elmsley Concealing Odd Back with Second Deal credit information Enchantments 238
Jerry Sadowitz 3 Card Control crimp and faro, inspired by Finnell's Free Cut PrincipleRelated to Cut Controls 25
Jack Parker The Bled and the Rue Selection from red deck appears in blue deck after a weird transpositionInspired by 52 Memories 68
Alex Elmsley, Dai Vernon card at any number called card with faros to number between one and twenty Bruce Cervon's Castle Notebooks - Volume 1 32
Jason Alford A Cunning Odyssey Pseudo memory demonstration, match number of cards cut off by spectator, then able to find mates / four of a kind, PenelopeInspired by The Magician's Ltd Cookbook 31
Alex Elmsley Spell it automatic placement Bruce Cervon's Castle Notebooks - Volume 1 39
Alex Elmsley, Dai Vernon Queen Jump Bruce Cervon's Castle Notebooks - Volume 1 41
Justin Higham, Kevin Baker The NoBo Lie Detector "No" = Bottom
- First Version
- Second Version (Kevin Baker)
- Third Version (Kevin Baker)
- Fourth Version (Kevin Baker)
- Fifth Version
- Sixth Version
- Seventh Version
- Eighth Version (Kevin Baker)
- Ninth Version
- Tenth Version (Kevin Baker)
Inspired by
  • Blackstone's Modern Card Tricks, pp. 130-133
Related to
Dexterity Manual 57
Justin Higham The Magician, The Fool, and The Wheel of Fortune Tarot cards spelled to get to predicted playing cardInspired by Dexterity Manual 47
Sveroni Money Printer bills on jumbo blank cards, four blank cards change into cards with bills of different value on them several timesInspired by Heureka! 16
Alex Elmsley Elmsley Count Subtle Card Creations - Volume 1 265
Unknown Unlikely Triumvirate "Mathematician - Psychic - Magician"
sixteen-card packet, spectator choses card and its position, it's divined, in repeat it is the only odd-backed card
Related to Ten Card Mysteries Anneman Would Have Loved 30
Roberto Giobbi Favourite Criticisms anecdotesRelated to
  • Pabular Vol. 2, No. 4. Suggestions by Alex Elmsley, what to say after having seen a bad show.
Secret Agenda (Issue Feb 5) 43
Marty Kane Kermit the Leap Frog Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 195
Ramón Riobóo My System to Show Red & Blue Backs secretly switching 2 odd-backed decks, method for getting intoInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 230
Alex Elmsley, Roberto Giobbi Marlofactor anecdote of Marlo and Elmsley Secret Agenda (Issue June 20) 183
Rich Aviles, Alex Elmsley Pocket Protectors free selection is predicted with two cards (value and suit)Inspired byRelated to Above the Fold 20
Edward Marlo, Alex Elmsley ATFUS Variation Above the Fold 44
Alex Elmsley Cigarette Paper Divination motivation for a switch Secret Agenda (Issue Aug 25) 255
Jörg Alexander Weber FantASStisch gaff comboInspired by ZauberKunstStücke - Band 3 59
Woody Aragon The Permanent Deck Principle describes stacks that retain order after Faro shufflesInspired by A Book in English 267
Roberto Giobbi, Alex Elmsley, David Solomon Guaranteed! card in small packet located by guarantee cardRelated to Confidences 141
Simon Aronson, Alex Elmsley Undo Influence Principle Lessons in Card Mastery 56
Roberto Giobbi In-and-Out Deck Switches - The Pocket-Search Deck Switch
- The Looking-for-a-Pen Deck Switch
- The "Topless" Deck Switch (without Jacket, inspired by Elmsley's switch)
- The Rapid Deck Switch (trouser pocket)
- The Ninja Deck Switch
Inspired by The Art of Switching Decks 23
Rich Aviles Pocket Protectors The magician pockets two cards to serve as a prediction. Spectator calls out any card. Magician shows one of the predictions has the same value and the other the same suit as the mentally selected card.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 156
Marty Kane Jury Conjury The magician uses the court cards as a jury to identify a foreperson (four of a selected suit) for the juryInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 9 180
Pit Hartling Two-Deck Gilbreath Idea no applicationRelated to Quarterly (Issue 3 (Summer 2015)) 34
Denis Behr, Alex Elmsley Mathe-Mate-Ics In a progressively more impressive demonstration, the participant cuts a number of cards from the deck. The magician cuts the remainder in two. Dealing down in both the magician's packets to the participant's number, two mates are found. This is repeated two times.Inspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 124
Lewis Jones Pocketless Magician pockets two cards. Spectator names any card. Magician removes the two cards - one matches the value and the other the suit of the named card.Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 140
Pepe Lirrojo A.C.A.A.N. Teórico Inspired by Panpharos 47
Pit Hartling The Core named card remains after reverse-faro procedure until single card remainsRelated to In Order to Amaze 60
Roberto Giobbi, Fred Kaps Swiss Poker named card to cigaretteInspired by
  • "The Invisible Card in Cigarette" (Fred Kaps, Jelsma booklet)
Related to
Standup Card Magic 195
Pit Hartling Game of Chance color of every third card used in multiple phase gambling gameInspired byRelated to In Order to Amaze 232
Alex Elmsley Constant Stack Related to In Order to Amaze 243
Paul Vigil Fair Game with prediction sent to spectator's phone as text messageInspired byRelated to The Doors of Deception 141
Brian O'Neill Trick Play Spectator's thought of card is found reversed in deck. Deck is shuffled face up/down, end with Triumph endingInspired by A New Angle 113