Ten Card Mysteries Anneman Would Have Loved
Ten Card Mysteries Anneman Would Have Loved
Analects and Analogues
written by Jon Racherbaumer
Work of Jon Racherbaumer
54 pages (Spiralbound), published by Spade and Archer
No illustrations
Language: English
(12 entries)
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Jon Racherbaumer & Hideo Kato Hermetic Penetration spectator cuts to a card and inserts it in the center behind his back and then cases deck, performer divines it and it reverses itself also published as "Hands Off Reverse" (Hideo Kato & Jon Racherbaumer, 1975) 5
Jon Racherbaumer Gaming the Rules "no joker" prediction with a full deck of jokers as climax inspired by "Rules of the Game" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1993) 10
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Hofzinser Scoop Switch wild card switch 11
Jon Racherbaumer Snap-Slap Transpo 14
John Guastaferro Free Will Refutation four cards predicted on business cards and chosen via Gemini Twins procedure, rest of deck blank also published as "Gemini Prediction" (John Guastaferro) 16
Jack Parker Must Be 21 to Smoke "For Claude Raines"
card vanishes from packet of 21 cards, and reappears in packet
also published as "Invisible 21" (Jack Parker & David Solomon, 2007) 23
Edward Marlo Automatic Replacement 23
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
see also "Mathematics and Mentalism" (Alex Elmsley, 1991) 30
Edward Marlo Biddling Brown in the Round inspired by "The Twelve Card Thought Transition" (Edward G. Brown, 1973) 36
James Swain Shush three cards removed, performer divines them fairly, peek case with hole inspired by "The $ 1,000 Test Card Location" (Theodore Annemann, 1934),
also published as "Annemann's Miracle" (James Swain, 1996)
Cushing Strout As Far As You Want To Go inspired by "Further Than That" (Stewart James, 1941),
see also "The Gypsy Foretells Further Than Farther" (Cushing Strout, 2004)
Jon Racherbaumer Wide-Open Prediction with repeat 50