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U. F. Grant Slow Motion Bill Transposition Related to Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 3 109
Unknown The Phantom Safety Pin moving pin along top lineRelated toVariations Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 3 79
Francis Carlyle Homing Card Variations Stars of Magic (Vol. 4, No. 2) 61
Dai Vernon The Trick that cannot be explained Related toVariations More Inner Secrets of Card Magic 76
Harry Lorayne The Moving Pencil card signed on back, psychological face up spread forceRelated toVariations Close-up Card Magic 158
Al Koran Double Thought spectator finds performer's card and the other way around, marked deckRelated toVariations Al Koran's Professional Presentations 89
Edward Marlo Unexpected Prediction Related toVariations Expert Card Conjuring 88
Thomas Alan Waters Backdate three-digit number is predicted, pined on performer's backVariations Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Myxtyr) 665
Edward Marlo Tip - On the Unexpected Prediction Related toVariations Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 152
Tommy Wonder The Tamed Card using double facers, sticky card, no table requiredVariations The Books of Wonder - Volume 1 183
Alex Elmsley Power Poker ten cards, spectator can chose which he wands, full house and royal flushRelated toVariations Alex Is At It Again 2
David Solomon, Alex Elmsley The Power of Poker Inspired byVariations Dear Mr. Fantasy 189
Paul Vigil Introduction Diplopia 2
Paul Vigil Diplopia one thought-of (and removed) card by performer and one by spectator, performer finds spectator's card and vice versaInspired by
  • "Tap a Lack" (Paul Cummins, MAGIC, July 2005)
Related to
Diplopia 3
Paul Vigil The More the Merrier multiple selection routine with eight cards, ends with Triumph Classic Fantastic 5
Paul Vigil Our Kind of Gir(d)l(e) "or Playing Fast and Loose"
chain is made into a figure eight, spectator has to choose which loop is the winning loop, but can never win
Classic Fantastic 93
Paul Vigil Update three digits called out by spectators, predicted by a prediction written on a card safety pinned to the back of the performer's jacket, credit information on the plotInspired by Classic Fantastic 139
Paul Vigil High Five credit information on the plot Classic Fantastic 189
Paul Vigil Epilogue Classic Fantastic 247
Paul Vigil About the Author Classic Fantastic 252
Paul Vigil Exordium Classic Fantastic 1
Edward Marlo, Paul Vigil A Modified Marlo Sequence three cardsInspired by
  • "A Problem Posed" (M.I.N.T. Vol. 1, March 1965)
Classic Fantastic 55
Francis Carlyle, Paul Vigil, Jimmy Grippo The Homing Card Inspired by Classic Fantastic 64
Paul Vigil Three New Throws formed in the air
- Throw One (Lose/Lose)
- Throw Two (Lose/Win)
- Throw Three (Win/Lose)
Classic Fantastic 106
Paul Vigil High 5.0 five poker hands dealt, four spectators remember one card in their packets, cards redealt, performer reads minds of four spectatorsInspired by
  • "Gimme Five" (Simon Aronson, MAGIC, Aug. 2009, p. 62)
VariationsAlso published here
  • "High 5" (Paul Vigil, MAGIC, Nov. 2011, p. 64)
Classic Fantastic 201
Ross Johnson Ross Johnson's Addition - A Perfect Illusion card to wallet additionVariations Classic Fantastic 213
Paul Vigil High 5 Remix last card to envelope in wallet
- An Impromptu Handling: Sans Wallet
Inspired by Classic Fantastic 215
Paul Vigil The Lazy Man's Card Trick presentation to reveal selection on topInspired by Classic Fantastic 240
Paul Vigil Think Stop performer counts mentally backwards, spectator says stop, then performer names number which is position of card Classic Fantastic 243
Paul Vigil From Your Pocket, Sir deck put in spectator's pocket, spectator pulls out selection, credit informationInspired by Classic Fantastic 245
Paul Vigil Introduction The Doors of Deception xv
Paul Vigil Prepare to Enter setting up for the act
- Paraphernalia
- Main Deck Setup
- Pocket Management
The Doors of Deception 1
Paul Vigil Opening introduction to the audience The Doors of Deception 11
Paul Vigil Determined Choice one of six items chosen and predictedInspired by
  • "Mind Control" (Bill Abbott, 2004)
  • "Hypnotic Choice" (Dealer's Item)
The Doors of Deception 13
Paul Vigil Center Tear Presentation as a follow-up to previous routine The Doors of Deception 24
Paul Vigil, Jimmy Fingers Free Will of Order three items, spectator decides how they are distributed to three locations, this is predicted, with credit information on the plotInspired by
  • "Free Will of Order" (Jimmy Fingers, 2006)
  • "Free Will" (Deddy Corbuzier & Paul Richards)
The Doors of Deception 27
Paul Vigil 3-Card Monte multiple phases, credit information on fake index monte routinesInspired by
  • "Catch 33" (Lee Asher, 2003, 2013)
The Doors of Deception 41
Joey Burton, Paul Vigil Sosi Switch Inspired by
  • "Sosi Switch" (Joey Burton, Catch 33)
The Doors of Deception 57
Joey Burton, Paul Vigil Kaiser Con Inspired by
  • "Kaiser Con" (Joey Burton, Catch 33)
The Doors of Deception 51
Paul Vigil Thou Shalt Not Steal "or The Mona Lisa Money Trick"Inspired by
  • "Be Switched" (George Hample, 1985)
Related to
The Doors of Deception 71
Paul Vigil The Mind-Melding Magician! Chicago Opener credit information
- Phase 1: A Pseudo-Interpretation
- Phase 2: Come Together
- Phase 3: Outta Left Field
Inspired by
  • "Mind Reading Magician!" (Bill Malone, DVD Here I Go Again Vol. 2, 2007)
The Doors of Deception 87
Paul Vigil Tabled Hindu Force tabled running cut, with "top or bottom?"-decision The Doors of Deception 97
Paul Vigil Transposition vs. Transformation & Visual Changes The Doors of Deception 102
Paul Vigil The Phantom Returns "or Ripping the Fabric of Space-Time"
safety pin pinned through handkerchief and ripped out, repeats
- Phase 1: The Fabric of Space-Time
- Phase 2: You Decide
- Phase 3: Lies are Made from Whole Cloth
Inspired by The Doors of Deception 103
Paul Vigil Copper/Brass/Silver asymmetric transposition, transposition with spectator holding a coin, the coins vanish
- Phase 1: Three Wise Men & the Setting Sun
- Phase 2: An Unwitting Examination
- Phase 3: Going, Going, Gone!
The Doors of Deception 121
Paul Vigil Fair Game with prediction sent to spectator's phone as text messageInspired byRelated to The Doors of Deception 141
Paul Vigil The Unexpected Wild Card fair selection matched by packet of duplicate prediction cards, on repeat the prediction packet changes to match new selection, TTTCBEInspired by The Doors of Deception 159
Paul Vigil Using Equivoque in "The Trick That Cannot Be Explained" strategy to get down to five cardsInspired byRelated to The Doors of Deception 162
Christopher James Rose, Paul Vigil The Five-Card Force one of five cards forced The Doors of Deception 163
Paul Vigil Deck Switch: Out with the Old The Doors of Deception 175
Paul Vigil, Bill Abbott The Octopus Deck two spectators think of cards in spread, then two selected with tossed-out deck procedure
- Phase 1: Up Close
- Phase 2: Furthur
Inspired by
  • "The Octopus Deck" (Bill Abbott, 2008)
The Doors of Deception 197
Paul Vigil, "Senator" Clark Crandall Vigil's Pump Sequence The Doors of Deception 206
Paul Vigil, Bascom Jones Astro-Logic cold readings and Q&AInspired by
  • "Astro-Logic" (Bascom Jones, Magick, No. 63, 1972, p. 312)
The Doors of Deception 216
Paul Vigil Unwilling Participants how to handle them during fishing sequences The Doors of Deception 220
Paul Vigil Tossed-Out Deck with the Octopus Deck The Doors of Deception 220
Paul Vigil The Premonition card predicted in wallet The Doors of Deception 221
Paul Vigil Two Minds with But a Single Thought two spectator's read each other's mind The Doors of Deception 221
Paul Vigil Ultra-Mental Deck (a.k.a Invisible Deck) combination with Octopus Deck The Doors of Deception 222
Paul Vigil Devano Rising Cards combination with Octopus Deck The Doors of Deception 222
Paul Vigil A History of Influences: From the Bank to the Pump credit information The Doors of Deception 222
Paul Vigil Cards 1-0-1 credit information The Doors of Deception 224
Paul Vigil The Divided Card credit information The Doors of Deception 225
Paul Vigil Sympathy (for the Devil) Cards "or Cartas con Simpatia Diabolica"
two packets end up in the same order, despite mixing procedures, one packet mixed again and its order typed into phone, performer's phone rings
- Part 1: My Condolences
- Part 2: Can You Hear Me Now?
Inspired by
  • "DealFlipDropCut" (Howard A. Adams, OICUFESP Vol. 6, 1980, p. 15)
The Doors of Deception 227
Paul Vigil Closing The Doors of Deception 245
Paul Vigil Acknowledgements The Doors of Deception 247
Paul Vigil About the Author The Doors of Deception 248