Fork Full of Appetizers - Book 2
Fork Full of Appetizers - Book 2
Seconds from the Forkers
1984
Work of Various
140 pages (Spiralbound), published by Obie O'Brien
Illustrated with drawings by Tom Gagnon
Language: English
(109 entries)
Data entered by Lorenz Schär.
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G. W. Hunter The Gypsy Switch also published as "The Gypsy Switch" (G. W. Hunter, 1971) 140
Ronald Zollweg The Broken and Restored Ring stone is broken out of ring and restored again 138
Tommy Wonder Dice Climax climax for dice stacking routine, sponge 4 137
Wally Wilson Cocktail Sword and Straw ring on wand, with cocktail sword and straw 136
Warren Stephens The Ring Thing penetration of rope, with gimmick 134
O. T. Slem Polychromatic Gum paddle with strips of gum routine 132
Karl Norman Bill in Cigarette also published as "Bill in the Cigarette" (Karl Norman, 1995) 129
Roy Miller Dollar Duo Digits dollar bill is selected among eighteen bills, same last two digits of the serial number as the prediction bill 128
Richard Hughes Shooting a Girl into a Nest of Boxes signed billet is shoot with a small cannon into a box, Lippencott Coin Box 127
Carl Herron The Shadow Switch switching envelope 124
Michael Gorman Two Rings and Rope elaboration of dropping ring on rope, with two rings 122
Jim Gabor La Paloma II double dove production, finale for close up act 121
Steve Dusheck Dusheck's Dollar convincing cut and restored bill 119
Carl T. Dreher Calendar Card calendar card, named birthday is encircled inspired by "Dated For Destiny" (David Hoy, 1963) 118
David (Foote) Drake Four Dice Repeat die tube routine, when pushed through tube, die changes number, four dice 117
Roy Cottee The Hole(y) Tearer routine with paper napkin
- hole torn in center, torn out piece is smaller than hole
- both rolled up and bigger ball vanishes when lit
- match vanishes and found in smaller ball
115
Unknown Cigarette Vanish sleight 114
William P. Miesel Mis. Close-Up 112
Michael Ammar Bill to Cigarette first rolled up bill and cigarette change places, then cigarette vanishes bill changes into cigarette eventually bill is found in cigarette 112
Vic Trabucco Using the Hand as a Servante 110
Peter W. Tappan Coin Through Balloon coin put on uninflated balloon, when balloon is blown up coin penetrates it 109
Gary Ouellet New Karate Coin design of hole 108
Bob King Double Reverse Matrix three silver coins join a copper to a corner twice, flash-back finale 105
Mike Gallo More Than a Penetration coin penetrates hand three times, then coin grows in two step inspired by Roger Sherman's "Little Big Penny",
"Two Coppers" (Derek Dingle, 1972),
"A Triple Penetration of a Coin Through the Hand" (Scotty York, 1975)
104
J. B. Bobo Bobo Switch 103
Ed Eckl Susie B. torn coin 102
Tom Craven Four Coins and a Purse four coins travel into purse one by one inspired by "Open Coins Across" (Tom Craven, 1982) 99
Jon Brunelle Squeaky-Clean Transposition three copper coins in Okito Box change place with three silver coins one by one 98
Frank Thompson Lid as Loading Device 98
William P. Miesel Coins 96
Bruce Barnett De-Material-Ization silver coin under handkerchief transposes with chinese coin in pocket, Chinatown Half 96
Joe Riding Irish One-Liners 91
Robert Wicks Reshuffling Unshuffled different ideas with the Unshuffling concept and credit history
- Aces Up
- X Marks the Spot
- The Greeks had a Word for It
- Lost and Found
- Circle Back
- Arcade Computer Game
- Your Card - My Card
see also "Unshuffled" (Paul Gertner, 1994) 91
Joe Riding Aces About kings change into aces 89
Edward Marlo Braue Addition without credit 89
Joe Riding Irish Calculator 88
Joe Riding The Irish Card Routine four aces are found by cross sum of named number 87
Unknown Cross Sum Force nine force 87
Bob Farmer Swivel Slip Cut several cards from top to center see also Doug Edwards' "Cardmania", same idea 84
Bob Farmer Transfer Cut from bottom to center, tripple cut in the hands inspired by Tom Craven's "F.T. Cut" in "The Linking Ring", 1978,
"F.T. Cut" (Frank Thompson, 1973),
"HaLo Cut" (Harry Lorayne, 1975)
83
Bob Farmer Gambo Magique inspired by "Henry Christ's Fabulous Ace Routine" (Henry Christ, 1961),
"The Card Sharp and the Four Gamblers" (Dai Vernon & Harry Lorayne & Don Costello, 1971),
see also Frank Garcia's "A Spectacular Routine",
"The Gambler's Third Lesson" (Karl Fulves, 1979)
82
William P. Miesel More Card 78
Allan Slaight Sweet, Lorayne! mixture between Lorayne and Christ's routines, with full patter inspired by "Henry Christ's Fabulous Ace Routine" (Henry Christ, 1961),
"The Card Sharp and the Four Gamblers" (Dai Vernon & Harry Lorayne & Don Costello, 1971)
78
Herb Zarrow Two Card Transition Biddle trick with two selection, in different parts in the deck 77
Herb Zarrow Multiple Switch-In while counting four cards in Biddle fashion, two are placed in different locations in the deck 76
Herb Zarrow Choose the Aces named colored aces travel to the deck face up 76
Frank Zak The Dealer Wins two card change two times, Black Jack presentation 75
Meir Yedid Royal Miracle Royal Flush kicker inspired by "Les Quick Cartes" (John Thompson, 1969) 72
Phil Willmarth The Missionary Who Came As Dinner 71
Carl Wiesinger Here Come the Aces five card are selected, and one turned over, others are aces 69
Dave Walker Holy-Holey moving hole, with red and blue back cards inspired by Michael Powers' "Holy Terror" 67
Randy Wakeman Five-Way Fours miniature card prediction, other three cards of same vale are found as a kicker 65
Frederick Braue Braue Reversal 62
Hans E. Trixer Everyplace with all blank faces kicker 59
Bob Stencel The Final Card final card vanish for cards to pocket / up the sleeve, with a handkerchief 57
Daryl Martinez Two as Four Count 56
Paul Harris Interlaced Vanish 56
Chuck Stanfield Twisted the Hard Way four cards with crosses on the backs turnover one by one, then crosses change to circles 55
Brother John Hamman Gemini Count 55
Unknown Card Switch with Envelope double lift, with deck in hand 54
Dai Vernon Reversal of Bottom Cards during riffle shuffle 54
Dai Vernon Transferring a Bottom Stock to the Top 54
Michael Skinner New King Cut kings change to aces, kings are also cut to also published as "New King Cut" (Michael Skinner, 1996) 53
Unknown Packet Switch 53
Roy Walton Triple Cut Zarrow Triple Cut Zarrow bringing cards from top to bottom 53
Mack Picknick What's in the Envelope signed selection in sealed envelope transposes with ace 51
Unknown Push-In Unload while removing quartet, one card pushed back in 51
Alex Elmsley Elmsley Count Technique 50
Obie O'Brien K.K.K = Kolossal Kolored Kards four jumbo cards turn over one by one and change back color 45
Tom Mullica Repeat Cards Under Ashtray 43
Dai Vernon The Simple Turnover Switch wothout credit 42
William P. Miesel Twice under the Shot card under shot glass changes into signed selection, card is put back under glass then a second card is selected and signed on the back, signatures turn out to be on same card inspired by "Card Under Glass" (Derek Dingle, 1982) 40
Ray Mertz R.M. Card in the Wallet with a gag lock on wallet 38
John F. C. McLachlan A Test of Flirtatiousness four blue-backed jokers, turn red one by one, then blue again inspired by "The Blushing Jokers" (Peter Kane, 1976) 36
Sid Lorraine Old Spell - New Twist "This is your card" is spelled to find selection, these words are also found printed on card, duplicate 34
"Fast Mike" Lewinski The Simple Killer card in signed envelope changes into ashes and is found in nest of boxes, Himber Wallet, duplicate 32
Richard Kaufman Devilish Digit Cut combination of Vernon's One Handed Slip Cut and the Benzais' Spin-Out inspired by "One Handed Slip Cut" (Dai Vernon, 1946),
"Benzais' Spin-Out" (John Benzais, 1967)
31
Bill Kalush Trapped Triumph combination of Triumph and Sandwich effect, deck in order with card in correct position, with variations see also "Triple Triumph" (Jean-Jaques Sanvert, 1979),
"San-Sub" (Stephen Minch, 1981)
28
Unknown Snap Over Change 27
Joe Hammer Visual Aces four random cards produced, change into aces one by one 25
Bob Haines Where the Hell Did that Come From? card appears face up on half, while quickly covered by fanned cards 24
Gene Gordon World's Fastest Card Trick card vanish, with variation 23
Philip T. Goldstein Downs Change Variation 22
Philip T. Goldstein Broad Jump signed card on table changes place with one of the queens 20
Norman Osborn & Philip T. Goldstein Unlimited Count Variation 20
Unknown Dribble Force 18
Paul Gertner Two for One Split split on table, two selections 17
Shigeo Takagi Blank Card Turnover Sequence Takagi Turnover Count 16
Unknown Snap Turnover on table, turning over several cards at once 16
Dan Garrett Flushback royal flush 15
Unknown Small Packet Turnover while cutting the deck 14
Lou Gallo A Gallo Sandwich between random cards 13
Unknown Bottom Tilt 13
Neal Elias The Four Packet Shuffle without selection 12
Unknown Slop Shuffle with small packet 12
Unknown Multiple Bottom Palm 10
Tony Econ The Invisible Bottom Deal fake bottom deal gambling demo 9
John Cornelius Face Down Poker twisting four cards, then they turn into aces 7
Del Copley Challenge Poker Deal four aces are found in selected hand, bottom deal gambling demo 5
J. B. Bobo Multiple Card Control hindu shuffle control to bottom for one or multiple cards, crimp addition 5
Dom Cervas Forget and Remember with one spectator 3
Unknown Two Card Peek incomplete faro, control 3
Eddie Fechter Small Number Faro Stack faro slough-off handling 2
Unknown Slip Cut 2
Edward Marlo One Hand Throw Cut one handed slip cut from left hand to table 2
John Cornelius Flicker brief 2
William P. Miesel Cards 1
Harrison Carroll Face Up Cutting the Aces 1
Mike Hilburger Preface second 4F book