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Charles T. Jordan The Discard Trick two cards chosen by fair cuts, spectator deals into piles and left-over cards are keys for selectionsRelated to
  • "Exact Location" (Juan Tamariz, Mnemonica)
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks) 21
Theodore Annemann An Alternate Detection alternating one-way backsRelated toVariationsAlso published here SH-H-H--! It's A Secret 11
Louis Zingone The Zingone Spread three cards, challenge selections conditionsRelated to Expert Card Technique 214
Unknown Rub-A-Dub-Dub transformation and vanishVariations Expert Card Technique 301
Juan Tamariz, Dr. Florensa El Fabuloso Tacto del Mago shuffled deck in bag, a card is named and performer removes several cards which add up to named card and first card is from same suit, binary five-card set-up that combines to any card Aprenda Ud. Magia 37
Juan Tamariz El Valor de un Soplo Magico card at small number, performer counts once and fails, then spectator repeats it and card is found Aprenda Ud. Magia 41
Juan Tamariz Fundamentos del Illusionismo the fundamentals of magic, on talent
a) Psicologia (psychology)
b) Ingenio creativo y habilidad técnica (creative ingenuity and technical skill)
c) Presentación y Personalidad (presentation and personality)
Aprenda Ud. Magia 47
Juan Tamariz Papel de Seda que resurge de sus Cenizas burnt and restored piece of paper Aprenda Ud. Magia 64
Juan Tamariz Los Viajes de la Vela y el Pañuelo candle vanishes from newspaper and handkerchief is found on its place, candle is produced from jacket Aprenda Ud. Magia 68
Juan Tamariz La Magia como Diversion y Espectaculo on magic and comedy and various dramatic curves Aprenda Ud. Magia 75
Juan Tamariz Cerillas Electricas electric matches, joke Aprenda Ud. Magia 85
Juan Tamariz ¡Fabulosa Prediccion! gag prediction, all cards of the deck Aprenda Ud. Magia 90
Juan Tamariz, Padre Wenceslao Ciuró ¡Pim! ¡Pam! ¡Pum! gag divination Aprenda Ud. Magia 93
Juan Tamariz Cuenta Enigmatica de 3 Monedas do as I do trick with coins, spectator fails to repeat the same actions Aprenda Ud. Magia 99
Juan Tamariz La Magia Mental on hypnotism, mentalism, suggestion, parapsychology Aprenda Ud. Magia 111
Juan Tamariz Lectura de Pensamiento a Distancia booktest, pin through pages Aprenda Ud. Magia 119
Juan Tamariz El Espiritu de las Cenizas Reveladores name of selection is written on a napkin which is then burnt, ashes are put on a second napkin and name of card appears Aprenda Ud. Magia 126
Juan Tamariz ¿Donde y como se aprende Magia? how to learn magic, essay for beginners Aprenda Ud. Magia 129
Juan Tamariz Epilogo praise about magic Aprenda Ud. Magia 139
Juan Tamariz Apendice I: Bibliografia Recomendada (en Castellano) recommended reading for beginner, in spanish Aprenda Ud. Magia 147
Juan Tamariz Apendice II: Casas de Vente y Aparatos mágicos addresses of magic shops in Spain Aprenda Ud. Magia 149
Juan Tamariz Apendice III: Sociedades mágicas Españoles names of magic societies Aprenda Ud. Magia 150
Juan Tamariz Apendice IV: Reuniones y Congresos meetings and magic conventions Aprenda Ud. Magia 151
Juan Tamariz Prologo: Un libro con trampa. Intenciones 1) Effectividad
2) Facilidad y Simplicidad
3) Accesibilidad y Utilidad
Aprenda Ud. Magia 5
Juan Tamariz La Magia 1. Manipulacion
2. Magia General
3. Grandes Ilusiones
4. Magia Comica
5. Mentalismo
6. Ventriloquia
7. Peek-Pocket
8. Fakirismo
Magia de Cerca
1.¿Qué es, en qué consiste la Magia-Illusionismo? (what is magic)
2. ¿Cómo ver uns sesión de Magia? (How to watch a magic show)
3. El Mago
4. Pero la Magia...tiene truco!
Aprenda Ud. Magia 9
Juan Tamariz Poker de Ases! cutting the aces, similar to A Poker Player's PicnicRelated to Aprenda Ud. Magia 33
Juan Tamariz The Oil and Water of Tamarix 4&4, two phasesVariations Pabular (Vol. 4, No. 3) 484
Gordon Bruce, Juan Tamariz A Double-Lift Finesse outjog finesse, uncredited here Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 2, No. 7) 222
Juan Tamariz Black Days seven black cards, selected one found, rest changes red Pabular (Vol. 5, No. 7) 705
Juan Tamariz, Fred Robinson The Tamariz Ambitious Double Related to Pabular (Vol. 5, No. 12) 776
Juan Tamariz, Roden It's A Pity: The Juan Tamariz Routine and Presentation for Finding the Lady extra card Pabular (Vol. 6, No. 6) 856
Juan Tamariz, Verne Chesbro, James G. Thompson Jr. Mental Blockbuster Prediction two packs, magician reverses card in one, then spectator in other deck, they match, repeat, Brainwave & Multeffect Cards Pabular (Vol. 7, No. 3) 1006
Juan Tamariz Brainwave Deck Handling Pabular (Vol. 7, No. 3) 1007
Gordon Bruce A Touch for the Double Lift Related to Pabular (Vol. 7, No. 4) 1025
Jeff Busby (reviewer) The Five Points in Magic by Juan Tamariz Epoptica (Issue 1) 10
Francis Carlyle, Derek Dingle Carlyle False Count Variation Variations The Complete Works of Derek Dingle 216
Christian Scherer Öl und Wasser 4x4Inspired by Card News '82 65
Juan Tamariz The Tamariz Turnover dated 1968Related to Pabular (Vol. 7, No. 1) 970
Juan Tamariz Gaze Management during Double Lift Pabular (Vol. 7, No. 1) 970
Arturo de Ascanio, Juan Tamariz The Ascanio Addition to the Tamariz Turnover Pabular (Vol. 7, No. 1) 972
Jean-Jacques Sanvert Psychological Force "Ribbon-Spread Techniques"Related to Best of Friends 128
Juan Tamariz No Special Favorites three selections are lost and found multiple times Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 6, No. 4) 761
Juan Tamariz Impossible 3-Ace Change "Ladder/Staircase Change"Variations Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 10, No. 4) 1342
Juan Tamariz, Gordon Bruce Outjog Subtlety here credited to vernon The Commercial Magic of J.C. Wagner 61
Juan Tamariz Blown Away "Neither Blind Nor Silly"Inspired byVariationsAlso published here Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 10, No. 7) 1369
Arthur Finley, Juan Tamariz Riffle Shuffle Finesse spectator pushes cards together Card Stories 18
Jerry K. Hartman Apocalypse Variations or Additions Ladder/Staircase ChangeInspired by Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 10, No. 11) 1423
Jeff Busby (reviewer) The Magic Way by Juan Tamariz Epoptica (Issue 12) 549
Jeff Busby (reviewer) The Five Points in Magic by Juan Tamariz Epoptica (Issue 12) 549
Edward Marlo Blown Away Plus follow up with named card to pocket, odd/even dividedInspired byAlso published here Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 219
Juan Tamariz First Example: Elmsley - Jordan Count handling details The Five Points in Magic 23
Juan Tamariz Second Example: False transfer handling details The Five Points in Magic 23
Juan Tamariz The Card Printed on the Handkerchief The Five Points in Magic 25
Juan Tamariz Double Crossing the Gaze Switch The Five Points in Magic 26
Juan Tamariz Ribbon Spread Force Related to The Five Points in Magic 31
Juan Tamariz, Topper Martin, Al Baker A Mental Effect as an Example The Five Points in Magic 40
Juan Tamariz The Poker Demonstration performer's hand is transformed to beat spectator's hand The Five Points in Magic 56
Juan Tamariz Triple Buckle brief The Five Points in Magic 59
Juan Tamariz Basic Position to avoid flashs when stealing The Five Points in Magic 62
Juan Tamariz, Larry Jennings Coin Through Table Inspired by The Five Points in Magic 66
Juan Tamariz, Slydini Extended Imp Pass The Five Points in Magic 70
Juan Tamariz The Theory of False Solutions and The Magic Way Related toVariations The Magic Way 13
Juan Tamariz The Travelling Coin coin disappears in hand, reappears behind ear, dozens of methods The Magic Way 24
Juan Tamariz The Ambitious Card The Magic Way 46
Juan Tamariz Tamariz Perpendicular Control (TPC) to bottomVariations The Magic Way 52
Juan Tamariz Miraculous Adivination two versions, as divination or location, Al Koran Deck The Magic Way 61
Juan Tamariz The Slates magazine test with slatesVariations The Magic Way 69
Juan Tamariz Application to "Oil and Water" analysis of general effect and variations The Magic Way 77
Juan Tamariz Tamariz' Oil and Water 4&4, two phases The Magic Way 85
Juan Tamariz Audacious Method 4&4 The Magic Way 129
Juan Tamariz Prologue to the English Edition on the existence of the english version and the trilogy (the five points of magic, the magic way, the magic rainbow) The Five Points in Magic 9
Juan Tamariz Stripper Deck Methods 4&4, two methods The Magic Way 132
Juan Tamariz Introduction The Five Points in Magic 11
Juan Tamariz Strip-Out Method 4&4 The Magic Way 135
Juan Tamariz The Five Points In Magic The Five Points in Magic 13
Juan Tamariz Tenkai Method 4&4 The Magic Way 136
Juan Tamariz First Point: The Eyes - presentation
- techniques of expression
1. do not look
2. shift your gaze
3 crossing the gaze
4 double crossing the gaze
The Five Points in Magic 17
Juan Tamariz Biddle - Finale under the Table 4&4, one color penetrates table The Magic Way 139
Juan Tamariz Second Point: The Voice - audibility
- variety (in volume & in manner of speech and intonation)
- clear ideas
- mentalism as an exercice
The Five Points in Magic 35
Juan Tamariz Third Point: The Hands - aesthetics
- expressivity
- professors of magical powers
- sounds
- imitate objects and animals
- symbolic gestures
- physical communication
- other functions
- in short
- clarity
The Five Points in Magic 49
Juan Tamariz Anti-Water Finale, Face-up, Face-down 4&4 The Magic Way 143
Juan Tamariz Fourth and Fifth Points - the body and the feet
- the feet
- the newspaper-rule
- the body
- language
- postures - positions - movements
The Five Points in Magic 61
Juan Tamariz Anti Oil and Water: 4 Methods 4&4, Biddled Anti-Water I - IV The Magic Way 144
Juan Tamariz Bibliography about the presentation of magic The Five Points in Magic 79
Juan Tamariz The Pick-up Method 4&4 The Magic Way 150
Juan Tamariz Prologue 52 Lovers 7
Juan Tamariz Super Oil and Water 4&4, seven double facers The Magic Way 151
Juan Tamariz Double Oil and Water 4&4, face-up, face-down The Magic Way 155
Juan Tamariz Flip-Flop 4&4, acrobatic flaps ala Zapped The Magic Way 160
Juan Tamariz Two by Two 4&4 The Magic Way 162
Juan Tamariz Under the Spectator's Hand 4&4, spectator does everything The Magic Way 165
Juan Tamariz Antiwater 4&4 The Magic Way 168
Juan Tamariz Instant Method 4&4, using TPC and perpendicular spread hide-out The Magic Way 168
Juan Tamariz Yourself 4&4 The Magic Way 171
Juan Tamariz Roughing Method 4&4 The Magic Way 175
Juan Tamariz With the Whole Deck The Magic Way 177
Paul Cowling Apocalypse Variations Or Additions "Neither Blind Nor Silly"Inspired by Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 11, No. 1) 1450
Edward Marlo Blown Away Plus "Neither Blind Nor Silly"Inspired byAlso published here Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 11, No. 3) 1473
Carlos Schoenrich Apocalypse Variations Or Additions "Neither Blind Nor Silly"Inspired by Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 11, No. 5) 1499
Juan Tamariz Un magnifico Doble Lift Cartas Certificadas 7
Rafael Benatar Tres Menos Una unloading one card from a triple, two methodsInspired byAlso published here Cartas Certificadas 27
Juan Tamariz The Tamariz Perpendicular Control (TPC) Basic Move, bringing inserted card in perpendicular positionRelated to Sonata 21
Juan Tamariz TPC, stripping out beneath the spread Sonata 27
Juan Tamariz 1. From Extracted PP to Left Hand Palm TPC Sonata 28
Juan Tamariz 2. From TPC to Bottom (INF) Sonata 30
Juan Tamariz 3. From TPC to INF-2 or INF-3 Sonata 32
Juan Tamariz 4. From TPC to INF-7, INF-8, or any other Position in the Deck Sonata 32
Juan Tamariz 5. The TPC with Several Cards Sonata 34
Juan Tamariz Lapping with the TPC Sonata 34
Juan Tamariz Concealing the card in PP by Bending it TPC Sonata 37
Juan Tamariz Concealment in Left Hand Fan TPC Sonata 36
Juan Tamariz Glimpse with TPC Sonata 38
Juan Tamariz Effect 1. The Direct Sandwich Sonata 40
Juan Tamariz Effect 2. Hidden Sandwich Sonata 41
Juan Tamariz Hidden Sandwich between 4 Aces Variation of effect 2 on same page Sonata 41
Juan Tamariz Effect 3. Anti-Ambitious card to bottom, see also The Magic Way Sonata 42
Juan Tamariz Effect 4. Two Cards Over Sonata 43
Juan Tamariz Effect 5. Repoker of the Chosen four selections are controlled in one hand, aces, royal flush, with impromptu version Sonata 45
Juan Tamariz Study of the Mexican Turnover finessed handling Sonata 47
Juan Tamariz The Peruvian Turnover finessed handling where the tabled card is crimped Sonata 53
Juan Tamariz Double Peruvian Turnover double crimped for identification Sonata 54
Juan Tamariz Peruvian Transposistion using techniques explained on previous pages Sonata 55
Juan Tamariz The Tamariz Turnover outjogged turnoverVariations Sonata 57
Juan Tamariz 1. A Two Card for Two Card Switch The Doublets Change, using double cards on top of deckRelated to Sonata 63
Juan Tamariz 2. Variation for more than Two Cards Sonata 66
Juan Tamariz The Staircase Change four cards in ladder on deck, 3 switched out Sonata 71
Juan Tamariz 1. Changing all Four Cards for all four cardsInspired by Sonata 75
Juan Tamariz 2. Lapping switching out three cards from 4 and lapping themInspired by Sonata 76
Juan Tamariz The Cascade Shuffle - Total False Shuffle in Cascade with 2 strip out variationsVariations Sonata 77
Juan Tamariz Notes on the Faro and other Shuffles 1. On the supposed difficulty of the Faro
2. On the effects that can be performed with the Faro
3. On other uses
4. On subtleties, variations and new ideas
Sonata 82
Juan Tamariz 1. To correct small errors Sonata 83
Juan Tamariz 2. To simulate errors seven Evil Ruses Sonata 85
Juan Tamariz The Antifaros dealing procedures for Single, Double, Triple, Quadruple and Quintuple Antifaro, later Antifaro-6 and -7 on page 96Related to Sonata 90
Juan Tamariz Justifying the Antifaros Sonata 94
Juan Tamariz Gathering up the Quadruple-Antifaro Sonata 95
Juan Tamariz General Rules for the Antifaro-3 in and out shuffle combinations Sonata 100
Juan Tamariz Black Days seven black cards, selected one found, rest changes red Sonata 109
Juan Tamariz Three Actors three selections are lost and found multiple times Sonata 114
Juan Tamariz Double Ambitious full routine with 2 ambitious cardsInspired by Sonata 119
Frederick Braue, Juan Tamariz Double Pop-Up Card Sonata 126
Juan Tamariz The Talisman card changes under challenge conditions, several variations Sonata 131
Juan Tamariz The Romantic Prisoner only three cards, card vanishes from between jokers and appears in pocket, lapping Sonata 137
Juan Tamariz Tamariz Change described with lapping Sonata 138
Juan Tamariz Lapped Card From Inside Pocket Sonata 144
Juan Tamariz Royal Assembly Sonata 147
Juan Tamariz The Triple Colors Routine reds and blacks separated, one card chosen in each half, identified, cards change places, then whole packets change places (one in pocket) Sonata 159
Juan Tamariz Incomplete Faro Peek card peeked at and selected in lower half Sonata 160
Juan Tamariz Inside Pocket to Lap apparently placing cards in inside pocket but lapping them Sonata 163
Juan Tamariz Lapped Cards From Inside Pocket Sonata 169
Juan Tamariz Marking Full Deck whole deck is marked to exclude switching it Sonata 171
Juan Tamariz Escorial-76 sorting in four suits, several methods Sonata 172
Edward Marlo, Juan Tamariz Preparing the Deal a) dealing first, second, third or fourth card on demand Sonata 174
Juan Tamariz, Luis Garcia, Gabriel Moreno Half-Escorial half the cards dealt face up, half face down, face up cards change back colorRelated to Sonata 180
Juan Tamariz Short Version cards face down separated in four groups, suit of chosen card all in one pile Sonata 185
Juan Tamariz, A. Moliné Stage Version Related to Sonata 188
Juan Tamariz The Hypnotic Power of the Jokers three chosen cards are selection from beginning, then it vanishes and appears in pocket Sonata 192
Juan Tamariz VI. Showing the Three Cards showing three cards alike with two jokers as tweezers Sonata 201
Juan Tamariz Neither Blind Nor Silly red black stack, two cardsAlso published here Sonata 211
Juan Tamariz A Clear Triumph Sonata 215
Juan Tamariz I. Tamariz Jumble faro, cards rightened below table Sonata 221
Juan Tamariz II. Stripper Jumble stripper deck Sonata 221
Juan Tamariz P.S. Final Note shuffle for alternating cards Sonata 222
Juan Tamariz Total Coincidence first single cards from two decks match, then both decks are in exactly the same order Sonata 224
Juan Tamariz The Magic Card back and front of a card change multiple times, gaffed Sonata 233
Juan Tamariz The Travelling Cards two cards across, gaffed, seven peek deck cards Sonata 237
Juan Tamariz, Francis Carlyle Note III - False Count Tamariz' version of Carlyle's false countInspired by Sonata 243
Juan Tamariz The Three Goblets' Prediction fair prediction of one card, gaffedRelated to Sonata 245
Juan Tamariz Envelope Addition adding cards to deck while displaying envelope Sonata 246
Juan Tamariz 2. The Tamariz Twist Sonata 263
Juan Tamariz, Sainz de los Terreros 3. Utrarapid Double Twist Sonata 264
Juan Tamariz 4. The Trichange displaying three knives at once Sonata 266
Juan Tamariz The Travelling Penknife chosen knife of two travels to the pocket Sonata 269
Juan Tamariz In Which the Colored Penknives pass through a Handkerchief penetration routine with a lot of variations Sonata 272
Juan Tamariz Progressive Routine 1-2-3 - Blanca, the Indomitable three phase routine with one, two, then three knives Sonata 281
Juan Tamariz Capicua Routine capicua=palindrome, multiple phase routine Sonata 284
Juan Tamariz Rainbow of Penknives three knives change color multiple times, no switches Sonata 289
Juan Tamariz Miscellany of Ideas with Penknives nine ideas, linking knives, magnet holder, change of unprepared knives, knife-monte,... Sonata 298
Juan Tamariz 6. Twists with a Handkerchief Sonata 301
Juan Tamariz The Divining Rod magnet under table Sonata 304
Arturo de Ascanio The Juan Tamariz Experience Sonata 7
Juan Tamariz Introduction Sonata 11
Juan Tamariz Arturo De Ascanio (magipoem) poem Sonata 17
Juan Tamariz To Ascanio ode to Ascanio Sonata 19
Juan Tamariz Dai Vernon "The Professor" ode to Vernon Sonata 107
Juan Tamariz Slydini ode to Slydini Sonata 261
Juan Tamariz The Author as seen by the Author biography Sonata 311
Juan Tamariz Captured Red/Black Aces Two Aces are taped together Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 13, No. 10) 1844
Juan Tamariz Double Crossing the Gaze Switch Workers Number 2 48
Juan Tamariz Spectator Completes Riffle Shuffle Avantgarde Magic (Vol. 1, No. 2) 19
Juan Tamariz Impossible 4-Card Change "Ladder/Staircase Change" Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 14, No. 5) 1929
Juan Tamariz Double Crossing the Gaze Switch Prinzipien in der Praxis 46
Juan Tamariz Exactly the Same! combo with Al Koran type deck Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 15, No. 6) 2077
Juan Tamariz Outjogged Replacement Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 16, No. 2) 2176
Juan Tamariz Two Times Ambitious two phases Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 16, No. 2) 2176
Rafael Benatar, Juan Tamariz Three Minus One unloading one card from a triple, two methodsAlso published here Double-Card Technique 7
Juan Tamariz The Tamariz Perpendicular Control - Coming Attractions The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 1
Juan Tamariz TPC - Basic Move bringing inserted card in perpendicular position The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 2
Juan Tamariz TPC, stripping out beneath the spread The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 5
Juan Tamariz 1. From Extracted PP to Left Hand Palm TPC The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 6
Juan Tamariz 2. From TPC to Bottom (Inferior) The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 7
Juan Tamariz 3. From TPC to Inferior-2 or Inferior-3 The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 8
Juan Tamariz 4. From TPC to Inferior-7, Inferior-8, or any other Position in the Deck The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 8
Juan Tamariz 5. A Possibility that Opens a Thousand Doors - The TPC with Several Cards The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 9
Juan Tamariz Lapping With The TPC The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 10
Juan Tamariz Concealing the Card in PP By Bending It The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 10
Juan Tamariz Concealment in Left Hand Fan The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 10
Juan Tamariz Glimpse with TPC The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 12
Juan Tamariz Effect 1 - The Direct Sandwich The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 13
Juan Tamariz Effect 2 - Hidden Sandwich The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 14
Juan Tamariz Hidden Sandwich between 4 Aces "Variation of effect 2" The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 14
Juan Tamariz Effect 3 - Anti-Ambitious card to bottom The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 15
Juan Tamariz Effect 4 - Two Cards Over two selected cards turn over one by one The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 16
Juan Tamariz Effect 5 - Repoker Of The Chose four selections are controlled in one hand, aces, royal flush, with impromptu version The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 16
Juan Tamariz Reversing A Card under spread, TPC The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 19
Juan Tamariz Stealing A Card Under A Fan from TPC to under packet The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 20
Juan Tamariz On the extraction of multiple cards TPC tip The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 20
Juan Tamariz The Collectors using TPC load of all three selections at once The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 21
Juan Tamariz Culling Several Cards tabled TPC handling The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 22
Juan Tamariz Forcing A Card two methods The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 23
Juan Tamariz, Michael Close The Tamariz Turnover Handling Related to Workers Number 4 46
Juan Tamariz Double Crossing the Gaze Switch The Minotaur (Vol. 6, No. 1) 9
Juan Tamariz Fabulous Change using two four of a kinds Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 17, No. 10) 2418
Juan Tamariz, Moe Seidenstein, Jimmy Grippo A Phenomenal Memory performer apparently remembers a whole spread and thus identifies a chosen card that has been moved from its position Card College - Volume 1 145
Juan Tamariz Foreword Card College - Volume 1 xi
Tom Daugherty Utterly Blown Away "Neither Blind Nor Silly"Inspired by Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 18, No. 3) 2480
Juan Tamariz Crossing the Gaze Switch Cardshark 120
Juan Tamariz What is it all about? Introducing the purpose of the symbols The New Mini-Symbolic Method 1
Juan Tamariz The 30 Basic Symbols The New Mini-Symbolic Method 2
Juan Tamariz The Families Groups of the 30 Basic Symbols From page 3, page 5 to 10 The New Mini-Symbolic Method 3
Juan Tamariz Observations How to interpret the symbols The New Mini-Symbolic Method 4
Juan Tamariz Good. And now what? Epilogue The New Mini-Symbolic Method 11
Juan Tamariz Click Pass The Books of Wonder - Volume 1 240
Michael Close The Tamariz Rabbits presentation for Juan Tamariz' card set Workers Number 5 85
Juan Tamariz Click Pass with four coins, from a purse The Minotaur (Vol. 8, No. 3) 2
Juan Tamariz Vanished Without a Trace! indifferent card changes into freely chosen card and then "rub-a-dub-dub" vanishesInspired by Card College - Volume 2 335
Michael Skinner Aces Out of Another Dimension aces are found via random count downs (bottom deal), kings as wellRelated to Classic Sampler 49
Herb Zarrow, Juan Tamariz, Unknown The Direct Zarrow Shuffle - With a Slip Cut
- A Shuffle Strategy by Juan Tamariz
- A Refined Block Cover
- With Running Cuts
Card College - Volume 3 634
Dai Vernon, Juan Tamariz, Fred Black A red-black False Shuffle spectator pushes cards together Card College - Volume 3 649
Juan Tamariz Counting Cards in a Fan Card College - Volume 3 509
Juan Tamariz, Frederick Braue, Gordon Bruce The Turnover Replacement Card College - Volume 3 580
Joaquín Partagás, Martin A. Nash The Cardsharp Inspired by
  • El Prestidigitador Optimus (1900)
Related toVariations
Card College - Volume 4 873
Juan Tamariz, Louis Zingone Trimental three chosen cards are first divined, then produced from corresponding pocketsInspired by Card College - Volume 4 906
Juan Tamariz The Display Pass for credit information see referenceRelated to Card College - Volume 4 985
Steve Bedwell The Hollariz False Shuffle Inspired by Thick Schtick! 23
Juan Tamariz Everywhere and Nowhere three indifferent cards and the deck change into spetator's selection and then back to normal, two duplicates Card College - Volume 4 827
Juan Tamariz Set-Up in front of Spectators setting up a small group of cards in routine Scams & Fantasies with Cards 37
Darwin Ortiz Appointment in Samarra Inspired byRelated to Scams & Fantasies with Cards 202
Dai Vernon, Roberto Giobbi, Juan Tamariz The Color-Changing Deck two-color double backer Card College - Volume 5 1333
Roberto Giobbi, Juan Tamariz Secret Setup strategy for setting up small setups in front of an audience, with trick examples Card College - Volume 5 1125
Roberto Giobbi, Juan Tamariz Step-by-step Revelation selection found, used to build a setup for next trick Card College - Volume 5 1124
Arthur Finley, Juan Tamariz Riffle Shuffle Finesse spectator pushes cards together Card College - Volume 5 1362
Jerry Andrus, Juan Tamariz Andrus Slop Shuffle with a face up/face down deck Dear Mr. Fantasy 146
Wesley James, Juan Tamariz The Unload Subtlety credit informationRelated to Enchantments 167
Allan Ackerman, Juan Tamariz The P-Shift multiple shift that palms cards in left handRelated to Ackerman 2004 18
Eric Mead, Juan Tamariz Post Performance Coloring theory, credited to Juan Tamariz Tangled Web 21
Juan Tamariz Double Crossing the Gaze Switch Tangled Web 78
Jack Parker The Aerobic Switch Switch two cards on top of the deck while displaying themRelated to 52 Memories 43
Ken Krenzel The Tabled Perpendicular Control see also Juan Tamariz' work on his TPCRelated to Relaxed Impossibilities 33
Juan Tamariz, Roberto Giobbi Tamariz on the Subject of Magic on TV notes from 2006 Escorial meeting Secret Agenda (Issue Jan 28) 34
Roberto Giobbi, Juan Tamariz How Did you Do That? how to answer the question "How did you do that?" Secret Agenda (Issue Feb 20) 59
Derek DelGaudio Cielo Mezcla knacky, with alternatives, inspired by Juan Tamariz
- Version 2
- Tips
Also published here Spain 2011 7
Roberto Giobbi Juan Tamariz and His Teachers Secret Agenda (Issue Apr 25) 126
Derek DelGaudio Sky Shuffle knacky, with alternatives, inspired by Juan Tamariz
- Version 2
- Tips
Also published here Derek DelGaudio 3
Juan Tamariz Remember, You Shuffled I ploy so audience remembers that the cards are shuffled Secret Agenda (Issue Mar 6) 74
Juan Tamariz Crossing the Gaze Switch Plot Twists 66
Roberto Giobbi Pass At the Bridge different handlingInspired by Secret Agenda (Issue Nov 20) 345
Jeff Pierce, Ryan Schlutz The Untouchables - number of reds in one pile equals blacks in other pile
- small packet OOTW with two spectators
- 2 card location with red black separation of packet
Inspired by Making the Cut 119
Juan Tamariz Nobody's Fool! A Book in English 17
Woody Aragon Blessed Poker Inspired by
  • "Eighteen Card Poker"(Nick Trost, The Card Magic of Nick Trost, 1997)
  • "Ten Card Deal" (Juan Tamariz, Magic Card Set)
A Book in English 189
Woody Aragon The Psychic Deck spectator-shuffled deck answers questions about thought of personInspired by
  • "Color Sense" (Norman Gilbreath)
Related to
  • "Answering Computer" (Juan Tamariz, Mnemonica, 2004)
A Book in English 241
Woody Aragon Faro Shuffles and Factorial Dealing describes the relationship between the number of Faro shuffles needed when dealing cards into N number of pilesRelated to A Book in English 253
Juan Tamariz, Fred Robinson EZ Bottom Deal Related to Confidences 203
Eric Evans The Broadside Crimp crimping card in middle, see also Tamariz' work on the TPCRelated to 53 Friends 29
Dai Vernon, Juan Tamariz Stop Force cards spread on table, hand over spread, wrist held by spectator Magia Demente 57
Roberto Giobbi, Juan Tamariz The Partagás Switch Plus - Triple Partagás three selections found in pocketInspired by The Art of Switching Decks 45
Mel Brown, Roberto Giobbi The Joker Deck Switch jokers forgotten on tableInspired byVariations The Art of Switching Decks 87
Juan Tamariz Variation on the Joker Switch Inspired by The Art of Switching Decks 88
Juan Tamariz Tamariz Replacement Card Men 15
Helder Guimarães Walking Down The Magic Way: Part 1 Inspired by Quarterly (Issue 3 (Summer 2015)) 55
R. Paul Wilson Tickling the Ivories Over-the-phone version of the Piano Card TrickInspired by
  • "The Piano Card Trick" (Juan Tamariz, Verbal Magic, 2008)
  • "Piano Card Trick" (Uncredited, Stanyon's Magic, Aug. 1902) Add a reference
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 9 195
Fredric Payne, Juan Tamariz May the Force be With You bold idea to force one of three cardsRelated to
  • "The Impressionable Joker" (Fredric Payne, Simply Wizard, Goodliffe, p. 77)
Hidden Agenda (Issue Sep 15) 266
Hector Chadwick Audience Two on post-performance attempts of trick deconstruction by spectatorsRelated to Miscellanea 34
Roberto Giobbi Catchphrases of Famous Performers list, Charles Bertram, Max Malini, José Frakson, Dante, Kalanag, Silvan, Juan Tamariz, Horace Goldin, Dr. Giovanni, David Devant, Bruce Cervon, Allan Ackerman, Tommy Cooper, Paul Daniels, Sirdani, Dani DaOrtiz Hidden Agenda (Issue Nov 2) 315
Helder Guimarães Walking Down the Magic Way: Part 2 Inspired by Quarterly (Issue 4 (Summer 2016)) 49
Jon Racherbaumer Bare-Faced Boys with Deck in Hand on Card Stars of past and present, Juan Tamariz Facsimile (Issue 5) 40
Roberto Giobbi, Juan Tamariz Emotional Script magic & emotions Hidden Agenda (Issue Dec 23) 366
Roberto Giobbi, Juan Tamariz How to Make the Invisible Visible - Jumbo Indices, Giant Cards and Hybrids
- Professional Card Stands
- Improvised Card Stands
- The Tamariz Shadow Rule
- The Spectator Shows a Card
Standup Card Magic 12
Juan Tamariz Repeat Top Change against second-from-top cardRelated to Hidden Agenda (Issue June 21) 179
Juan Tamariz And One More for the Classic Force Hidden Agenda (Issue July 11) 199
John Lovick Little House on the Scary illustration selected from book appears on slatesInspired by The Performance Pieces & Divertissements of the Famous Handsome Jack, etc. 167
Juan Tamariz False Cut Sequence retaining cyclical order Hidden Agenda (Issue Aug 27) 247
Juan Tamariz Triple Antifaro 8-packet deal In Order to Amaze 213
Jamy Ian Swiss (reviewer) Mnemonica by Juan TamarizAlso published here
  • Genii, Sep. 2004
Light and Heat 90
Ryan Plunkett Dual Thought two cards lost and found under "test conditions"Inspired by A New Angle 38
Nathan Colwell Rotator Shifts how to secretly turn a card/packet end for end for use in a tapered deck routine

- Method One
- Method Two (based on Nathan's "Long-Fingered Half Pass")
- Method Three
Inspired by A New Angle 93