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Victor Farelli The Harrison Deal Royal Flush lands in magician's handVariations "Lend Me Your Pack" 36
Theodore Annemann, Michael F. Zens Call Your Hand ten card set-up, see credit claim by Val Evans on page 259Variations The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 36) 243
Joseph K. Schmidt, Unknown One Hand Riffle Shuffle tabled Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2, No. 7) 91
Neal Elias, Bert Fenn A Reverse Sleight deck reversed over cardVariations At the Table Tricks 3
Paul LePaul The Bottom-Deal (Simplified Method) Variations The Card Magic of Le Paul 90
Joseph K. Schmidt Introduction The Impromptu Close-up Card Rise 2
Joseph K. Schmidt The World's Easiest Card Rise plunger The Impromptu Close-up Card Rise 6
Joseph K. Schmidt Diagonal Push-Thru The Impromptu Close-up Card Rise 8
Joseph K. Schmidt The Strip-Out Card Rise jog shuffle set-up for plunger The Impromptu Close-up Card Rise 12
Joseph K. Schmidt The Delayed Push-Thru The Impromptu Close-up Card Rise 10
Joseph K. Schmidt The Turn-Over handling with hidden jog The Impromptu Close-up Card Rise 14
Joseph K. Schmidt The Handkerchief Push-Thru The Impromptu Close-up Card Rise 14
Joseph K. Schmidt The Fan-atic Card Control fan bent open for selection, bridging The Impromptu Close-up Card Rise 18
Joseph K. Schmidt Some Notes on the Rising Card Trick saliva riseRelated to
  • Martin Gardner, Jan. 1949 of Hugard's Magic Monthly
The Impromptu Close-up Card Rise 22
Joseph K. Schmidt The Improved Saliva Card Rise The Impromptu Close-up Card Rise 23
Joseph K. Schmidt The Rising Packet with handkerchiefVariations The Impromptu Close-up Card Rise 30
Joseph K. Schmidt Another Method for the Strip-Out Rise plunger The Impromptu Close-up Card Rise 34
Karl Fulves Future Perfect Miraskill with face-up/face-down instead of red/black, previous selection found in odd-colored pileRelated toVariations Riffle Shuffle Set-Ups 58
Joseph K. Schmidt, John Bowery Etcetera The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 11) 363
Joseph K. Schmidt Rope Thru Variation Inspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 11) 363
Roy Johnson Rope Thru Impromptu! Inspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 11) 364
Joseph K. Schmidt Coin Flourish one-handed, three coin stack, middle coin spun out and rotated, also popular with poker chips, see also p. 326 & p. 332 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 3) 315
Donald Seacome, Gray Leese, Joseph K. Schmidt Etcetera The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 8) 342
Joseph K. Schmidt Rope Thru rope through performer's bodyVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 8) 344
Karl Fulves Five Into Four Five of diamonds is cut in fourth and puzzled together so a center section is missing, face changes to Four of diamondsRelated toVariations The Book of Numbers 42
Joseph K. Schmidt Center Tear spectator writes card in center of square paper, cut into four pieces and puzzled together so a center section is missing, can be presented as pseudo center tear, see p. 527 for comment by L. Vosburgh LyonsInspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6, No. 4) 398
Joseph K. Schmidt One-Hand Table Faro good luck Epilogue (Issue 12) 94
Joseph K. Schmidt Impromptu Miraskil with face-up/face-downInspired byVariations Riffle Shuffle Set-Ups 87
Neal Elias, Bert Fenn, Joseph K. Schmidt A Reverse Sleight Variation deck reversed over cardInspired by Riffle Shuffle Set-Ups 88
Joseph K. Schmidt Subconscious Poker II one card is controlled during the repeat-dealing of five poker-hand and appears in a Royal Flush, see also p. 840 for idea by Cushing StroutInspired by
  • "Subconscious Poker" (Bob Fisher, The Sphinx, April 1939, or Daley's Notebooks #407)
Related toVariationsAlso published here
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9, No. 2) 687
Joseph K. Schmidt The Card Thought Of spectator looks at card in spread (effectively one of three), it is reproduced from pocket
- No-Palm Method
see also p. 648 for credit information
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8, No. 10) 650
A. Kojima Lightning Link see also p. 684 for credit information, and p. 757 for more credit information by Sid Lorraine regarding Dr. Fred Ervis and Richard DurhamRelated toVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8, No. 12) 675
Jerry K. Hartman Poker III slightly elaborated handling, re-dealingInspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9, No. 9) 754
Roy Walton Subconscious Poker Handling re-dealingInspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10, No. 2) 830
Philip T. Goldstein Impromptu Haunted Deck Version Inspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10, No. 2) 830
Bert Fenn, Karl Fulves, Joseph K. Schmidt Impromptu Haunted Deck rubber band around deck, deck pivots and card sticks out
- Bert Fenn
- Schmidt & Fulves
see also p. 780 for comment by Joseph K. Schmidt
Inspired by
  • "The Deck That Cuts Itself" (Charles Jordan, Thirty Card Mysteries)
Related toVariations
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9, No. 3) 704
Karl Fulves Rise using handkerchief, see also p. 786Inspired byVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9, No. 4) 707
Karl Fulves Babel Phil Houghton, on Joseph K. Schmidt and how he works, Uri Geller demonstration on TV show "Not For Women Only", Edward Levy The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9, No. 9) 752
Karl Fulves Babel final issue, list of pseudonyms, Joseph K. Schmidt, Persi Diaconis anagram R. Sid Spokane II and pseudonym George Henbeck, J. W. Sarles The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10, No. 12) 1055
Joseph K. Schmidt JKSpell packet, progressive spelling set-up, see also p. 864 for credit informationInspired by
  • "Magic Spell" (Dai Vernon, Hugard's Magic Monthly, Oct. 1946, p. 259)
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10, No. 4) 861
Joseph K. Schmidt Actually Cutting the Aces Card Cavalcade 3 82
Harry Lorayne Poker Challenge one card is controlled during the dealing of five poker-hand and appears in a Royal FlushRelated to Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 1, No. 2) 13
Karl Fulves Credit on Joseph K. Schmidt Interlocutor (Issue 33) 130
Karl Fulves Impromptu Haunted Deck Presentation Inspired by The Chronicles (Issue 26) 1322
Stephen Clark Mira-kil face-up/face-downInspired by The Chronicles (Issue 27) 1329
Joseph K. Schmidt, Lu Brent, F. William Kuethe, Jr., Joel Moskowitz, Fred Rickard, Henry Walton, David Goldberg, Scott C. McPhilliamy, Jeff Busby Letters Goldstein/Becker flap Interlocutor (Issue 45) 178
Joseph K. Schmidt Joseph K. Schmidt other variation by Schmidt on the Roterberg changeInspired by
  • August Roterbeg's "Card Tricks and How to do them" 1902.
Bob Hummer's Collected Secrets 111
Joseph K. Schmidt Blackjack Rules as replay to "Doing the Splits" (Vol. 6 No. 10) Pabular (Vol. 7, No. 3) 1011
Jeff Busby (reviewer) Modern Close-Up Problems by Joseph K. Schmidt Epoptica (Issue 5) 260
Jim Wheeler Erdnase Outdone no jogs or crimpsVariations Riffle Shuffle Technique - Part Three 152
Jeff Busby (reviewer) Gambling Trio I-III by Joseph K. Schmidt Epoptica (Issue 7) 402
Joseph K. Schmidt The "Un-False" Shuffle I - The Hand Off
II - The "Ladder-Job" (based on Jeff Busby)
Epoptica (Issue 7) 430
Jeff Busby (reviewer) Riffle Shuffle Run-Up Trix I-III by Joseph K. Schmidt Epoptica (Issue 7) 403
Joseph K. Schmidt Greek Break Applications getting into Greek Break, palming cards off into Tenkai Palm from Greek Break Epoptica (Issue 8) 471
Joseph K. Schmidt Four Cut Carson aces lost in deck, reproduced behind knee, greek break application Epoptica (Issue 8) 472
Joseph K. Schmidt A Color Change greek break application Epoptica (Issue 8) 473
Joseph K. Schmidt Poker Hand Switch greek break application Epoptica (Issue 8) 474
Joseph K. Schmidt Hold Out! card transforms into selection with holding-out presentation, featuring a spread switch Epoptica (Issue 9) 497
Joseph K. Schmidt Up The Sleeve Inspired by Epoptica (Issue 10) 517
Joseph K. Schmidt The High Cost of Living folding a single bill so it looks like two Epoptica (Issue 12) 571
Joseph K. Schmidt Miss-Direction Epoptica (Issue 11) 541
Joseph K. Schmidt "Command Performance" Rise Close-up Impact! 109
Joseph K. Schmidt Introduction New Card Control Systems 7
Joseph K. Schmidt Preface basic tabled card handling New Card Control Systems 9
Joseph K. Schmidt Rhythmic Shuffling tip New Card Control Systems 22
Joseph K. Schmidt Mnemonics for Zens set-up New Card Control Systems 78
Joseph K. Schmidt Call your Hand II thirteen card set-upInspired by New Card Control Systems 71
Joseph K. Schmidt Hold-Out Sam tabled hand turns out to be the one named New Card Control Systems 74
Joseph K. Schmidt The "Easy Poker" Deal Out a different presentation New Card Control Systems 77
Joseph K. Schmidt The "Last Word" Deal Cut a different presentation New Card Control Systems 78
Joseph K. Schmidt C.U.S.S. - A Riffle Shuffle Run-Up System "Cut Up Stock Stack" New Card Control Systems 30
Joseph K. Schmidt The Double C.U.S.S. dealing Aces and Kings on the same deal New Card Control Systems 36
Joseph K. Schmidt "Clumsy Joe's" Riffle Shuffle Run-Up exploiting a reversed card New Card Control Systems 49
Joseph K. Schmidt JKSubway Deal Inspired by New Card Control Systems 87
Joseph K. Schmidt The Untimely Demise of "Mike" McGuff story presentation New Card Control Systems 81
Joseph K. Schmidt A Hell of a Poker Game Part I: Dealing four Aces with cards face up throughout.
Part II: Dealing Kings to the devil's hand and the Aces to your hand for a surprise finish.
Part III
Part IV: Dealing two hands - Kings to third hand, Aces to your hand.
New Card Control Systems 39
Joseph K. Schmidt The "Last Word" Poker Run-Up System with several applications/routinesInspired by New Card Control Systems 14
Joseph K. Schmidt Blockbuster No. 1 two times, "deal stack", overhand New Card Control Systems 19
Joseph K. Schmidt 2-Hand Overhand Shuffle Run-Ups eight methods and variation, history New Card Control Systems 96
Joseph K. Schmidt Blockbuster No. 2 stacking two hands, overhand New Card Control Systems 20
Joseph K. Schmidt "Easy Poker" from shuffled deck, overhandInspired by New Card Control Systems 24
Joseph K. Schmidt The "Sore-Armed" Bandid another system New Card Control Systems 52
Joseph K. Schmidt Blockbuster No. 3 stacking 3 hands (!), overhand New Card Control Systems 65
Joseph K. Schmidt The Big "Ripp-Off" five torn cards are matchedInspired by
  • "The Five Torn Cards" (Martin Gardner Presents, p. 183)
New Card Control Systems 92
Joseph K. Schmidt Tabled Double Undercut New Card Control Systems 9
Joseph K. Schmidt Subconscious Poker one card is controlled during the repeat-dealing of five poker-hand and appears in a Royal FlushAlso published here Card College - Volume 2 262
Karl Fulves Subconscious Secret royal flush on second dealInspired by
  • "Subconscious Poker" (Bob Fisher)
Related to
Blocking Off 190
Joseph K. Schmidt Joseph Schmidt's Addition Related to
  • "Command Performance" (Joseph K. Schmidt, Modern Close Up Card Problems, 1981)
New Card Rises 12
Joseph K. Schmidt Houdini's Getaway card jumps & pivots out of banded deck, presentation for "Impromptu Haunted Deck"Inspired byRelated to New Card Rises 38
Joseph K. Schmidt Riffle Stacking from the Bottom credit information The Looking Glass (Issue 4) 168
Rudolph Herzog, Ray Kosby, Joseph K. Schmidt, Rafael Benatar Our Readers Respond The Looking Glass (Issue 4) 168
Gerry Scharnböck Sprung deck bound by rubber band, card pops out at right angleRelated toVariations Concertos for Pasteboard 49
Karl Fulves, Joseph K. Schmidt Impromtpu Haunted Deck The Magic Thrust 40
Joseph K. Schmidt, Karl Fulves Tension Trap rubber band tossed to table, sandwich with selection pops outInspired by Under Tension 5
Joseph K. Schmidt, Karl Fulves Power Loading "Impromptu Haunted Deck" Under Tension 6
Joseph K. Schmidt Band o'Notes [E] card pops out reversedRelated to Under Tension 11
Justin Higham Jungian Poker five poker hands dealt, spectator peeks at one card from a poker hand, all cards are collected and re-dealt, performer gets winning hand of straight flush consisting of peeked at cardInspired byRelated to Dexterity Manual 31