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Unknown Kunststück à la Cumberland three cards removed by spectators and placed in handkerchief, predicted on three billets in goblet, they travel back into deck, billet index 1896 Der moderne Kartenkünstler 61
Adrian Plate The Great Poker Trick "a particular favorite of Mr. Adrian Plate", new deck opened and shuffled, seven hands dealt and performer wins 1909 The Art of Magic 128
Jack Merlin The Shooting of Pete McGuff story, two times seven hands, from new pack order 1927/28 Merlin at the Card Table 16
Charles T. Jordan The Missing Pair NPO deck dealt into four piles, spectator removes a value pair from any pile which is divined by performer varied by "Trackinback" (Karl Fulves, 1983) 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 226
Tom Bowyer Klondyke Poker poker deal from new pack order 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 373
Paul Curry New View deck in new deck order, spectator has the deck behind the back and puts one card reversed in the middle of the deck, exactly in order varied by "New(er) View" (Tom Ransom, 1951) 1947 The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 120) 581
Clayton Rawson Everyone Take A Card six or more people select a card 1947 The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 129) 519
Joseph Dongu Do as I Do Trick 1948 Ireland's Yearbooks (Section "Yearbook 1948") 14
Tom Ransom New(er) View impromptu version of the Curry effect inspired by "New View" (Paul Curry, 1947) 1951 The Phoenix 201 - 250 (Issue 233) 931
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Nudeck Speller any named card is spelled to, see credits in No. 8 see also "Research Division" (Russell "Rusduck" Duck & Stewart James, 1958) 1957 The Cardiste (Issue 2) 7
Gerald Kosky Anyone for Bridge? stacking bridge with faro shuffles or milk build shuffles varied by "Faro Fantasies" (Russell "Rusduck" Duck, 1957) 1957 The Cardiste (Issue 2) 15
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Alaska three cards are located, dealing seven hands twice 1959 The Cardiste (Issue 12) 4
Edward Marlo Any Four - Repeat any value called, four of this kind is produced, riffle cull from new pack order stack 1964 The Patented Shuffle (Section "4 Transfers") 25
Edward Marlo Call and Stock any called value is stacked into named number of hands, from new pack order stack 1964 The Patented Shuffle (Section "4 Transfers") 26
Alan Keith Your Card Sir! two methods, memorized deck and new pack order 1968 Expert Card Conjuring 74
Karl Fulves Note varied by "The Joker's Prediction" (Edward Marlo, 1969) 1968 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4 No. 2) 230
Edward Marlo Think - Named Triumph new pack order, including six methods for "Restoring the Order of the Deck" 1972 The Shank Shuffle 29
Karl Fulves Opposite Conjunction two decks, using "basic riffle shuffle stack" (NPO variant)
- Second Method - Reverse Zarrow
1973 Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 69
Karl Fulves The Unit Cull using "basic riffle shuffle stack" (NPO variant), culling card while looking for its mate 1973 Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 85
Charles T. Jordan The Missing Pair NPO deck dealt into four piles, spectator removes a value pair from any pile which is divined by performer 1973 Riffle Shuffle Set-Ups 1
Ken Krenzel Miracle Revelation inspired by "The Floating Locator" (Karl Fulves, 1968) 1973 Riffle Shuffle Set-Ups 89
Edward Marlo The Schmaltzy Showman's Prediction fair selection from new and sealed deck is predicted, Penelope's Principle see also "The Schmaltzy Showmans Prediction" (Edward Marlo, 1993) 1974 The Unexpected Card Book 73
Karl Fulves Blank Intruder deck in new deck order, blank card between jokers cut into deck, face of chosen card transposes with blank face varied by "Negative Intruder" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1978) 1975 Methods with Cards - Part 2 88
Andrew Galloway A Regular Brainwave 1980 Diverting Card Magic 41
Karl Fulves Pass Key named card is produced with a key inspired by "Rising Card from Envelope" (Bill Severn & Pete Biro, 1972) 1981 Milennium Aces 47
Jack McMillen & Judson S. Brown From Another Deck with two decks, one packet is cut and turned over, value of card on the face is used to count to a card, performer finds the card in second deck or in a pocket 1981 Sleights & Swindles 6
Karl Fulves Trackinback NPO deck dealt into four piles, spectator removes a value pair from any pile which is divined by performer, riffle shuffle connection inspired by "The Missing Pair" (Charles T. Jordan, 1937) 1983 After Jordan 3
Joseph Dunninger Publicity Effects card is divined and medium finds chosen card in the other room 1984 Publicity Secrets 9
Steve Beam Impact! several spectators cut a small packet and remember a card, all cards are found, deck can be riffle shuffled once, chains, see also p. 987 for additional idea by Geoff Williams see also "Blank Impact" (Steve Beam, 1985),
"The Trapdoor Issue #7" (Steve Beam, 2011)
1985 The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 7) 105
Steve Beam Blank Impact gag idea for Impact, blank card see also "Impact!" (Steve Beam, 1985) 1985 The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 8) 136
Edward Marlo I Knew That any card is spelled to (Count-Spell Principle), two methods, with credit information (Mosteller) also published as "I Knew That" (Edward Marlo, 1990),
"I Knew That" (Edward Marlo, 1993)
1990 That's It 52
Edward Marlo I Knew That any card is spelled to (Count-Spell Principle), two methods, with credit information (Mosteller) also published as "I Knew That" (Edward Marlo, 1990) 1990 Finally! 61
Edward Marlo Repeatable Card Location simple location with stack, eg NPO or memorized deck 1991 The Olram File (Issue 4) 15
Edward Marlo & Simon Aronson For the Ace-to-King Boys approach for Simon Aronson's "Simon-Eyes", two different numbers, NPO stack 1991 The Olram File (Issue 5) 14
Alexander de Cova & James Lewis Karte in Brieftasche selection to wallet, deck in new pack order inspired by "Ordered Surprise" (James Lewis, Thinking about Magic) 1991 Avantgarde Magic (Vol. 1 No. 3) 13
Steve Beam May I Take Your Order? deck in new pack order, one card is moved and ends up sorted again 1991 The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 41) 726
Steve Beam Have It Your Way card selected and replaced, deck is in new pack order and card put in proper position of the sequence varied by "Reopening Stab" (Steve Beam, 2015) 1991 The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 41) 727
Steve Beam Opening Stab A prediction envelope inserted into a ribbon-spread pack turns out to be the only card missing from the deck and the deck turns out to be in order. The spectator inserted it in the place where the missing card should be. Ultimately, the missing card is found inside the envelope. see also "Against all Odds" (Darwin Ortiz, 1995),
"The Trapdoor Issue #41" (Steve Beam, 2011),
varied by "Reopening Stab" (Steve Beam, 2015)
1991 The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 41) 728
Steve Pressley Stuck on You A prediction envelope inserted into a ribbon-spread pack turns out to be the only card missing from the deck and the deck turns out to be in order. The spectator inserted it in the place where the missing card should be. Ultimately, the missing card is found inside the envelope, wax method 1991 The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 41) 729
Steve Beam Signed Prophecy selection is signed and put in deck, prediction envelope inserted into a ribbon-spread pack turns out to be at the position of the selected card, deck is in new pack order, selection is found in envelope 1991 The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 41) 729
James Swain Miami Opener selection found in card box, mates on top of freely dealt piles. Utilises new deck order see also "One in a Million" (James Swain, 1992) 1992 Don't Blink 7
Alexander de Cova & James Lewis Ordered Card to Wallet selection to wallet, deck in new pack order inspired by "Ordered Surprise" (James Lewis, Thinking about Magic) 1992 Ein Profi packt aus... 99
Edward Marlo The Schmaltzy Showmans Prediction fair selection from new and sealed deck is predicted, Penelope's Principle, with notes by Ken Simmons see also "The Schmaltzy Showman's Prediction" (Edward Marlo, 1974) 1993 Simplicity at Your Fingertips 1
Edward Marlo I Knew That any card is spelled to (Count-Spell Principle), two methods, with credit information (Mosteller) also published as "I Knew That" (Edward Marlo, 1990) 1993 Simplicity at Your Fingertips 6
Darwin Ortiz Against all Odds spectator puts card in correct position in new pack order see also "Opening Stab" (Steve Beam, 1991),
"Night Life" (Karl Fulves, 1997),
"Inter Alia" (Karl Fulves, 2000)
1995 Cardshark 20
Edward Marlo Two Memory Bits - Bit Two spectator names card, performer names number, with new pack order and straddle faros 1995 Facsimile (Issue 3) 44
Unknown Impossible! a card is found under extremely fair conditions 1996 Card College - Volume 2 363
Conrad C. Bush Impromptu Card Rise with new deck order version by Karl Fulves 1996 New Card Rises 16
James Swain Perfect Triumph ambitious card with joker, joker put in breast pocket, Triumph with all cards face-down, when spread face-up the deck is in new deck order with joker reversed and selection in breast pocket see also "Ordered Surprise" (James Lewis, Thinking about Magic) 1996 Miracles with Cards 41
James Swain My Opener aces produced, triumph with aces reversed at end, aces lost again, cut to and new deck order finale 1996 Miracles with Cards 112
James Swain The Stand In deck in new deck order, put in case, joker outside case changes into named card, joker is at its position in cased deck 1996 Miracles with Cards 143
James Swain Something for Nothing new deck order show, shuffled a few times, poker hands dealt, straight flushs and royal flush for performer inspired by "The Si Stebbins Secret" (Darwin Ortiz & Edward Marlo & Russell "Rusduck" Duck, 1988) 1996 Miracles with Cards 167
Karl Fulves Night Life unknown face-down card placed in new pack order, when spread the card at that position is missing, repeated with other position, unknown card is this second missing card see also "Against all Odds" (Darwin Ortiz, 1995),
"O. Henry Predicts" (Karl Fulves, 1996),
"Dr. J" (Karl Fulves, 1997),
"Lady Is A Vamp" (Karl Fulves, 1997)
1997 The Vampire Chronicles 4
Karl Fulves Among Us card in new pack order, a card is removed and after some spectator cuts replaced, no card is out of order afterwards 2000 Lost Vampire Secrets 187
Tony Corinda Paradox card from new pack order removed, spectator cuts exactly where the card came from, without method 2000 Lost Vampire Secrets 189
Karl Fulves Inter Alia new pack order, isolated card placed in deck where spectator cut, it's in its numerical position see also "Against all Odds" (Darwin Ortiz, 1995) 2000 Lost Vampire Secrets 189
Karl Fulves Still Missing spectator riffle shuffles deck, deals about twelve cards in a pile and removes one, performer divines card by looking at remainder of pile 2004 When Psychics Play Poker 29
Karl Fulves Three Way finding three chosen cards with card counting, single riffle shuffle 2004 When Psychics Play Poker 33
Karl Fulves Secret Counting two cards removed from deck are found after riffle shuffle and clocking value predicted, no real card counting required see also "Interface Technique - Example 17" (Karl Fulves, 1969) 2004 When Psychics Play Poker 35
Karl Fulves Red-Black Relationship & Clocking red cards in one half clock to same total as black cards in other half, no application, full stack 2005 Card Counting (2005 edition) 62
Karl Fulves Apex Note another full deck stack method to find out which card is missing from half a deck 2005 Card Counting (2005 edition) 63
Derek DelGaudio Double George card removed by spectator, poker hands dealt and missing card completes straight flush, two handlings see also "Stuart's Strip Poker" (Joseph Barry, 2017) 2010 Derek DelGaudio 12
Helder Guimarães The Practical Opener odd-backed card placed in position in new deck order decided by spectator, it fits right into the spot inspired by Opening Stab (Steve Beam, Vienna Notes) 2015 Nephelococcygia 47
Steve Beam Reopening Stab A prediction envelope inserted into a ribbon-spread pack turns out to be the only card missing from the deck and the deck turns out to be in order. The spectator inserted it in the place where the missing card should be. Ultimately, the missing card is found inside the envelope. inspired by "Opening Stab" (Steve Beam, 1991) 2015 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 9 142