The EH Team
The EH Team
2014
Work of Chris Mayhew & Tyler Wilson
37 pages (Stapled), Selfpublished
Language: English
(18 entries)
Data entered by Denis Behr.
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Chris Mayhew Mr. Hands a card on both hands of spectator, one changes into selection 5
Bernard Bilis Bilis Switch 7
Tyler Wilson Updog three cards produced one by one from sandwich, those cards becomes sandwich with original sandwich cards see also "Turducken" (Kevin Ho, 2014),
varied by "Kzsdyfbnczk" (Chris Mayhew, 2014)
8
Tyler Wilson Reverse Spread Sandwich Load 9
Tyler Wilson Pivot Push Off inspired by "The Double Lift" (Cliff Green, 1961),
"The DD Double Lift" (Derek Dingle, 1982)
10
Tyler Wilson Sorry, These Are Some Comments - Lapping the Finish Line
- Taming Strangeness
- Contextual Kicker
- Splitting the Picture
12
Tyler Wilson Spread Cull Credits 14
Chris Mayhew Kim Card Ashian selection chosen as sandwich card by mistake, corrected inspired by "Dunbury Sandwich" (Robert Walker & David Solomon, 1980),
"Three Card Monte Burns" (Ben Train, 2012)
15
Chris Mayhew Peek Achoo card outjogged in deck 15
Tyler Wilson Hot Pocket hands-off, spectator empties performer's shirt pocket and writes down name of any card which appears in shirt pocket 18
Tyler Wilson Pocket Ruse shirt pocket 19
Tyler Wilson & Paul Cummins & Bill Herz Verbal Force of Four of Diamonds inspired by "Hedonists Make Up All The Rules" (Paul Cummins & Bill Herz, Brainstorm in the Bahamas),
"The Hedonists Make Up All The Rules" (Paul Cummins & Bill Herz, 1996)
20
Chris Mayhew Kzsdyfbnczk three cards produced one by one from sandwich, those cards becomes sandwich with original sandwich cards inspired by "Updog" (Tyler Wilson, 2014) 25
Bill Simon Business Card Prophecy Move 25
Tyler Wilson Shortser Cut stack ten coins, any named number instantly snatched, repeated with signed coin and from spectator's hand, "Shrimp concept" 28
Tyler Wilson Coin Shell Credits 34
Chris Mayhew Santa Baby with Baby Muscles in-the-hands, half of the deck in spectator's hands 35
William Goodwin & Larry Jennings Goodwin/Jennings Display 36