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Unknown The "Three-Card" Trick - Another Method gaffed face, fake-index precursor 1890 More Magic 54
Henri De Manche The Three-Card Trick slowly without throw, extra card 1902 The Modern Conjurer 107
Ralph W. Hull The Elusive Joker reprint of original instructions, quote: "He [spectator] finally gives up in disgust" 1931 Interlock 67
Unknown The Three Card Trick as a Trick and not a Gamble 1934 Card Manipulations (Issue 3) 66
Louis Lam Find the Lady money card changes into card with business information on front 1935 Would You Believe It? 20
U. F. Grant New Card Monte spectator think of one of two cards, double facer 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 135
U. F. Grant Find the Lady one-way backs 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 162
Al Baker "Cherchez La Femme." (Find the woman.) using stand with three cases with holes onto it 1938 Greater Magic 512
Louis Lam Lady Be Good 1939 Be Deceived 7
Tom Sellers The T.S. Find the Lady in the hands, gaffed 1939 Scots Magic 16
Chris Charlton Modern Monte using different switches 1940 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 107) 640
Jack Vosburgh & Sid Lorraine & Theodore Annemann Cherchez La Lady performer finds money card in different situations 1940 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 116) 687
Dai Vernon The Optical Monte 1941 / 49 Select Secrets 17
Tom Sellers A Different "Pick-It-Out" Trick three card monte with 3 pieces of paper 1942 That's Good! 8
Edward Marlo Three Card Monte not the real thing 1945 Off the Top 11
Howard D. Wise A New "Find the Lady" Illusion with board, black art and shell 1945 My Best 150
Bruce Elliott No Skill gaff with a bill 1947 The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 135) 542
Wm. T. Beadles Psychokinesis three card monte, where spectator always finds the card to prove psychokinesis 1947 The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 140) 561
Tan Hock Chuan R. & S. Giant Monte odd-backed queen cannot be followed, changes in joker as kicker, partial rough-smooth inspired by "Coloroto" (Dr. L. Rothbart, 1939) 1948 Rough & Smooth Possibilities 1
Gilbert Wolk Monte Climax pips end up on a coin and card is blank 1949 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 189) 756
Bill Simon Three Queens Monte with four cards all turn into aces 1952 Effective Card Magic 37
Al Leech Surprise Monte two Cards Change at the end 1953 Card Man Stuff 13
Edward Marlo Three Card Monte Climax showing all the same 1953 The Cardician 109
Edward Marlo Monte Climax Kicker transformation 1953 The Cardician 110
Edward Marlo Follow the Ace Ace changes into Eight as climax 1954 Miracle Card Changes 19
Mariano Palhinha Wherizit three cards with money card in middle held by spectator beneath handkerchief, money card vanishes 1954 / 27 Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 6 62
Dai Vernon & Mac MacDonald Seven Card Monte double facer, card vanishes from packet and reappears on top of pack see also "Seven Card Monte Redux" (Edward Marlo, 1991),
varied by "Seven-Card-Monte" (Alexander de Cova & Dai Vernon, 1994)
1957 The Dai Vernon Book of Magic 88
Bob "Hardell" Ecklund Hardell's Three Card Monte with whole deck, duplicates, climax all three cards are the same 1958 The Cardiste (Issue 11) 8
Dai Vernon The Optical Move see also "Eight Against One" (Steve Beam, 2015) 1961 Further Inner Secrets of Card Magic 21
Edward Marlo Monte Swindle clip on money card, using extra clip 1961 Card Switches 59
Al Leech Phantom Monte all three cards change varied by "A Little Finesse" (Allan Ackerman & Al Leech, 1999) 1965 Super Card Man Stuff 51
Bob Still And Then There Were None small-packet Brainwave posed as a problem, face-up three card monte inspired by "And Then There Were None" (Karl Fulves, 1966),
see also "Face-Up Monte" (Mel Stover, 1967)
1966 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 2) 69
Eddie Taytelbaum Find the Ace false Indices 1967 Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 216
Mel Stover Face-Up Monte credit information see also "And Then There Were None" (Bob Still, 1966) 1967 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 7) 97
Edward Marlo Two Card Monte routine with red and black ace, as climax both are red 1968 Expert Card Conjuring 24
Jon Racherbaumer Monte Muddle 1968 On the Acrobatic Cards 48
Edward Marlo Marlo's Cleanup for "Monte Muddle" just described 1968 On the Acrobatic Cards 55
Robert (Bob) Hess* Loser! spectators have to guess the high card in 4 card packet and are always wrong 1969 Epilogue (Issue 7) 49
Roy Walton Never Give a Sucker an Even Break end as three blank cards see also "Printout" (Bruce Cervon, 1969) 1969 The Devil's Playthings 48
Karl Fulves Once A King aces and kings, three card monte presentation, ace travels to king packet 1970 Epilogue (Issue 9) 68
Edward Marlo Three Card Monte Climax showing all the same 1970 Magic Mafia Effects 10
Audley Walsh Three Card Monte one card is marked with matchbook or paper clip 1972 Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 7 67
Gene Castillon Monte Madness variations inspired by "Mexican Monte" (Karl Fulves, 1972) 1972 Kabbala - Volume 2 (Vol. 2 No. 3) 17
Gene Castillon Jackpot monte type routine with transformation and money card travels to elsewhere as climax 1972 Kabbala - Volume 2 (Vol. 2 No. 3) 19
Karl Fulves Middle Monte extra card, color changing back kicker 1972 Mexican Monte 5
Karl Fulves Mexican Monte monte/twist combo with unexpected/funny cards appearing see also "Monte Madness" (Gene Castillon, 1972),
"Monte Madness - Ladies sing the Blues" (Gene Castillon, 1976),
varied by "Mexican IV" (Karl Fulves, 1981),
"Impromptu Mexican" (Jack Avis, 1981)
1972 Mexican Monte 8
George Blake Elusive Lady two Jokers and a Queen, Joker and Queen transposes 1972 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 12) 568
Frank Garcia Clip Monte using paper clip for final phase 1973 Super Subtle Card Miracles 75
Dai Vernon Optical Move 1973 Super Subtle Card Miracles 76
Ken Beale Color Confused monte effect from top of deck in which cards keep transforming inspired by effect in Ibidem #26 1973 Epilogue (Issue 17) 153
Edward G. Brown A 'Brown' Version of the Three Card Trick eight phases, in one the winning card is marked with a pencil, then all cards are losing / winning cards 1973 The Card Magic of Edward G. Brown 52
Karl Fulves Monte Opener using 2 queens and 1 ace, giving spectator twice the chances 1975 Methods with Cards - Part 1 1
Karl Fulves Without A Trace sandwiched card changes, then sandwich cards 1975 Methods with Cards - Part 1 24
Karl Fulves You Have 3 Chances two red deuces and black four, transpositions between a deuce and four, then change to 2 black fours and red deuce, then 3 black fours 1975 Methods with Cards - Part 1 25
Karl Fulves Three In The Hand two card monte, third card appears, double facer openly shown as finale 1975 Methods with Cards - Part 1 42
Karl Fulves Find The Lady cards reverse and change see also "No-Gimmick Phantom" (Karl Fulves, 1975) 1975 Methods with Cards - Part 2 130
Karl Fulves Poker vs. Monte monte cards transform into Royal Flush as finale 1975 Methods with Cards - Part 2 132
Karl Fulves No-Gimmick Phantom ungaffed handling of "Find The Lady" see also "Find The Lady" (Karl Fulves, 1975) 1975 Methods with Cards - Part 2 133
Stewart Judah Jack's Gone fan of three cards shown, center card turns over, then changes to blank card, see also p. 856 inspired by "The Bashful Queen" (Joe Berg),
see also "Color Added" (Stephen Clark, 1978)
1975 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10 No. 10th Folio (Part Two)) 851
Jon Racherbaumer Monte Move extra card 1976 Kabbala - Volume 3 (Vol. 3 No. 7) 96
Gene Castillon Monte Madness - Ladies sing the Blues inspired by "Mexican Monte" (Karl Fulves, 1972) 1976 The Ascanio Spread 32
Gene Castillon Jackpot 1976 The Ascanio Spread 33
Doug Alker & George Blake Double Monte with extra card, second variation with color changing back kicker 1976 Pabular (Vol. 2 No. 12) 294
Nick Trost Optical Three Card Monte also published as "Optical Three-Card Monte" (Nick Trost, 2008) 1976 Subtle Card Magic: Part One 24
Karl Fulves 52-Card Monte gag presentation with two single cards and rest of deck as third card, color changing deck kicker inspired by Bob Still's Monte Routine 1976 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10 No. Close-Up Folio #5) 927
Paul Harris Double Monte Queen (money card) changes places with two Aces, climax for monte routine 1977 SuperMagic 47
Trevor Lewis Monte Plus (or Hallucination) see also "Monte Plus Plus" (Ken Krenzel & Trevor Lewis, 1978) 1978 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 1 No. 6) 67
Ken Krenzel & Trevor Lewis Monte Plus Plus outjogged handling inspired by "Monte Plus (or Hallucination)" (Trevor Lewis, 1978) 1978 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 1 No. 7) 81
Karl Fulves You Win Once indifferent card put between two black queens, spectator cannot follow it 1978 The Chronicles (Issue 1) 1074
Edward Marlo Monte Switchout to switch out the money card for an x-card, lapping 1979 Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 275
Richard Kaufman Monte for the Maladjusted in the hands 1979 CardMagic 106
Philip T. Goldstein Monte Plus Minus 1980 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 3 No. 7) 366
Father Cyprian Royal Mounted Monte monte routine with five cards (royal flush), change to all aces, then 2s, royal flush back in deck, double backer 1980 The Elegant Card Magic of Father Cyprian 65
Gene Maze & Richard Kaufman A Monte for the Unemployed duplicates, paper clip 1980 The Gene Maze Card Book 71
Juan Tamariz & Roden It's A Pity: The Juan Tamariz Routine and Presentation for Finding the Lady extra card 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 6) 856
Karl Fulves The Optical Trap sandwiched card is suddenly no longer between other cards when 3-card-spread is turned over, see also Cervon Monte varied by "Soft Cards" (Ken Krenzel, 1990) 1980 Color Quik 8
Karl Fulves Endings - 5 card fooler idea, trick in which 5 stepped cards are printed on cardboard the the queen must be paper clipped from other side
- oil & water packet paper clipped and one color becomes free
1980 Color Quik 48
Lewis Ganson Penny Wise message appears on card, thanks for the penny 1980 The Three Card Monte as Entertainment 27
Lewis Ganson The Queen Goes Home message appears on card, gone home to mother 1980 The Three Card Monte as Entertainment 29
Lewis Ganson Pimpernel Card clever gaffed card, all cards are the same as a climax 1980 The Three Card Monte as Entertainment 29
Lewis Ganson Three Card Fooler corner pocket 1980 The Three Card Monte as Entertainment 31
Ravelle & Andree Two Blacks-One Red extra card in pocket card 1980 The Three Card Monte as Entertainment 32
Lewis Ganson Chase the Ace two cards with false indices 1980 The Three Card Monte as Entertainment 34
Cecil Keech The Climax false indices 1980 The Three Card Monte as Entertainment 36
Ian Adair Striptease Lady as a climax naked queen appears, moveable have card to hide other card 1980 The Three Card Monte as Entertainment 37
Wesley James Japanese Monte unorthodox handling see also "Japanese Monte" (Wesley James, 1997) 1981 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 4 No. 2) 445
Richard Vollmer Poor Man's Monte varied by "Apocalypse Variaions Or Additions" (Peter Marshall, 1982) 1981 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 4 No. 4) 472
Philip T. Goldstein Quasimodo three jokers and one normal card are mixed, monte type premise, normal card's back changes red and then blue again with comedic presentation, red/blue double backer 1981 Quasimodo / A Fine Mesh 3
Jack Avis Impromptu Mexican monte/twist combo with black aces and black five, then all change to red aces and red five, then all four aces inspired by "Mexican Monte" (Karl Fulves, 1972) 1981 Octet 62
Dan MacMillan Lottery three cards face-down on table, spectator puts ace on the right one to complete a blackjack hand inspired by "Lottery" (Karl Fulves, 1977),
varied by "Playing Against Odds" (Ken Simmons, 1981)
1981 Cards - With a Different Touch 50
Karl Fulves Mexican IV monte/twist combo with four Ace finale inspired by "Mexican Monte" (Karl Fulves, 1972) 1981 Mexican IV 1
Harry Levine Macho Monte with transformations 1982 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5 No. 3) 606
Shigeo Takagi Acrobatic Monte using divided card 1982 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5 No. 6) 639
Tonny Van Rhee Devil's 3-Card Monte using short and narrow cards see also "Sluggard's Monte" (Ken Krenzel, 1997) 1982 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5 No. 7) 652
Peter Marshall Apocalypse Variaions Or Additions inspired by "Poor Man's Monte" (Richard Vollmer, 1981) 1982 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5 No. 9) 678
Harry Riser & Jeff Busby & Shigeo Takagi Presentation of Shigeo Takagi's Miracle Monte 1982 Epoptica (Issue 2) 114
Karl Fulves Digital Diamonds A, 2 and J mixed according to rules over phone inspired by "Mathematical 3-Card Monte" (Bob Hummer),
see also "Digital Dollars" (Hummer's Collected Secrets, p. 59)
1982 Six Impromptu Card Tricks 3
John Carney In the Hands Monte monte sequence - last phase has money card penetrating hands and deck onto spectators hand 1983 Carney Knowledge 34
Ian Land Alpha Minus 1983 Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 12) 1151
Philip T. Goldstein Odd Monte three business cards used 1983 MajorMinor 12
Sol Stone Clipped Again paper clip see also "Monte Plus (or Hallucination)" (Trevor Lewis, 1978) 1984 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 7 No. 7) 940
Trevor Lewis Monte Plus Switch 1984 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 7 No. 7) 940
Bob Farmer Clip Miracle Monte variation of Takagi's "Miracle Monte" with paper clip 1984 Epoptica (Issue 6) 393
Philip T. Goldstein Quintemonte gaffed 1984 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 20) 191
Bruce Cervon Cervon Monte, Packet Version three blue-backed and 1 red-backed card
- Phase I - Court card from center to top
- Phase II - Court card from center to bottom
- Phase III - Court card leaves center without a move
- Phase IV - How the card moves
- Phase V - Court card moves even when it has a different colored back
1984 The Cervon Monte 17
Bob Kubota More Monte in the quick 3-way style 1985 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 8 No. 10) 1119
Louis Falanga Virginia City Shuffle Martin Lewis' 'Sidewalk Shuffle', with blanks and aces 1985 Lake Tahoe Card Magic 16
Martin Lewis Sidewalk Shuffle Jumbo 3 card monte routine, using blank cards and Ace of Diamonds varied by "The Very Odd Card" (Martin Lewis, 1985) 1985 Martin's Miracles 95
Chris Gosselin & Frederick Braue Seven Card Monte color changing back kicker inspired by "Seven Card Monte" (Chris Gosselin, Abracadabra Vol. 30 No. 772, Nov. 1960, p. 276) 1985 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 4) 15
Henry Christ & John Braun Mental Subtraction three cards, one put on table and other two shown, when spectator guesses he is wrong since tabled card is now blank card with custom message 1985 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 4) 18
Paul Curry One, Two, Three one card has a slit, with clean up and credit information on the principle 1987 Epoptica (Issue 12) 567
Doug Edwards Clipped at Monte using paper Clip 1989 Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 12 No. 11) 1707
Anthony Lindan Para-Psychology on the pack, using four cards 1989 Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 12 No. 6) 1653
Dai Vernon Joker Monte great method, cards in glasses see also "Final Choice” (Peter Warlock, Abracadabra, Vol. 42 No. 1072, August 1966, p. 84) 1989 The Vernon Chronicles - Volume 3 99
Brother John Hamman Eight-Ball Queens four card monte routine, to pocket climax 1989 The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 114
Martin Gardner MG Trio #3 orientation of head on QS and KH used for monte type guessing game, turning on vertical or horizontal axis ("The principle behind this trick has floated around a while.") varied by "Heads Turn" (Robert E. Neale, 1989) 1989 Prototype 20
Scott Robinson Sucker Monte three phases see also "Sucker Ending" (Scott Robinson, 1993) 1989 The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 28) 499
Richard Bartram Travelling Jack jack between aces moves up and down and eventually disappears 1989 The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 31) 551
Alex Elmsley Misogynist's Monte card vanishes in the end 1991 The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 1 383
John Bannon Ton-Toid royal flush ending, ungaffed close-up handling for Ton Onosaka's "Tonte" 1991 Smoke and Mirrors 133
Edward Marlo Seven Card Monte Redux nine ungaffed methods inspired by "Seven Card Monte" (Dai Vernon & Mac MacDonald, 1957) 1991 The Olram File (Issue 3) 1
Roger Sherman Herbie the Hand with rubber doll hand, three card monte, money card jumps to magician's hand 1991 The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 41) 736
Philip T. Goldstein Montexposé odd back card vanishes among four other cards 1992 The Minotaur (Vol. 4 No. 4) 6
Scott Robinson Sucker Ending climax for Scott's Sucker Monte see also "Sucker Monte" (Scott Robinson, 1989) 1993 The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 47) 853
Allan Ackerman Another Impromptu Sidewalk Shuffle featuring Ackerman's "Another Quick Four Way" 1994 Las Vegas Kardma 149
Allan Ackerman Impromptu Sidewalk Shuffle 1994 Las Vegas Kardma 144
Gene Maze Criss-Cross two black queens should be followed by spectator and eventually transform into red queens 1994 Gene Maze And The Art Of Bottom Dealing 120
Alexander de Cova & Dai Vernon Seven-Card-Monte card vanishes from packet and reappears on top of pack, three phases inspired by "Seven Card Monte" (Dai Vernon & Mac MacDonald, 1957) 1994 Secrets No. 1 151
Paul Gertner Four-Card Monte four deuces change into kings 1994 Steel and Silver 93
R. Paul Wilson Gypsy's Monte kind of quick-3-way 1995 The Little Black Book 3
Guy Hollingworth Montgomery monte style demonstration, surprise climax 1996 Notes on Card Tricks and Other Diversions 39
Guy Hollingworth Three Card Monte featuring Optical Alignment 1996 Notes on Card Tricks and Other Diversions 10
Paul Harris Double Monte climax for monte routine: money card transposes with two indifferent cards 1996 The Art of Astonishment - Book 1 (Section "Super Magic") 121
Richard Rechsteiner Sucker Monte Opening one card transforms 1997 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20 No. 8) 2828
Jack Carpenter Steppin' out with Molly three card monte routine with several effect, signed money card to card case climax see also "Revisiting Molly" (Jack Carpenter & Allan Ackerman, 2005) 1997 The Expert's Portfolio No. 1 41
Ken Krenzel Sluggard's Monte three slow-motion sequences:
- The Slow Show
- Slow Second
- Slow Slip
inspired by "Devil's 3-Card Monte" (Tonny Van Rhee, 1982),
see also "A Three Card Monte" (Edward Marlo, 1980)
1997 Ingenuities 186
Wesley James Japanese Monte inspired by "The Three Quarter Card" (Masao Atsukawa, "Creative Works in Magic") 1997 The Magical Record and Thoughts of Wesley James 57
Peter Duffie Four Card Monte 1997 Effortless Card Magic 109
Guy Hollingworth Cherchez la Femme Optical Alignment 1999 Drawing Room Deceptions 43
Allan Ackerman & Al Leech A Little Finesse all three cards transform, finessed handling inspired by "Phantom Monte" (Al Leech, 1965) 1999 Wednesday Nights 13
Chuck Smith Switch-A-Roo Monte short monte sequence with color changing back kicker 2000 Why Not? 6
Paul Curry Sure Thing red backed card and blue backed card, one with a hole in the middle, monte 2001 Paul Curry's Worlds Beyond 65
Karl Fulves Hex Minus goal of the square is to prohibit spectator from reaching certain square, 12-card monte in which spectators cannot get to winning card 2001 Hex Squared 82
Masao Atsukawa スリーカードモンテ (Three Card Monte) With Jumbo card gaffs 2001 カードの島 42
David Regal Mucilaginous Monte 2002 Constant Fooling 2 165
David Regal Sticky Monte money card vanishes at the end 2002 Constant Fooling 2 158
David Regal Three...Two...One with color change kicker 2002 Constant Fooling 1 97
Thomas Baxter The BC Cop (Baxter Count Cop), cop from small packet as it is counted, used to vanish card in 3 Card Monte 2002 The Action Cop 24
Steve Ehlers Intuition Monte monte sequence with Ace through 4 of spades, change to aces as climax 2002 Penumbra (Issue 4) 12
Jim Steinmeyer Three Card Monte spectator mixed three cards according to instructions, possible over phone 2002 Impuzzibilities 25
Philip T. Goldstein Yo! Bet no Monte, Boy. a/k/a Roll, or...
matching effect with three cards torn in half and a die
2002 Redivider 40
Al Baker Cherchez la Femme using a card stand, gaffed 2003 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Section "Contributions") 508
Al Baker Monte Surprise transformation kicker, part of card glued on other card 2003 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Section "Instructions") 564
Roberto Giobbi Three-card Monte idea of using the jokers for monte 2003 Card College - Volume 5 1103
Jim Steinmeyer the soft-shoe Monte jumbo cards, gimmick with thread-connected sliding cards 2003 Artificial conclusions 19
Davide Costi Celebration Routine setup for the routine existing of the following three tricks 2004 Close-Up Elegance by Davide Costi 77
Davide Costi & René Lavand Three Card Monte 2004 Close-Up Elegance by Davide Costi 80
Jack Carpenter & Allan Ackerman Revisiting Molly monte routine in which money card changes at end and appears reversed in deck inspired by "Steppin' out with Molly" (Jack Carpenter, 1997) 2005 Ackerman 2004 29
John Guastaferro & Allan Ackerman A Bigger Surprise no-throw monte routine with surprise transformation 2005 Ackerman 2004 40
Alan "Ace" Greenberg Monte Switch new switch 2007 Best of Friends - Volume III 143
Gregory Wilson 2-Card Monte, Plus three cards, double facer 2007 Best of Friends - Volume III 502
Jack Parker Twelve Card Monte Monte routine done with three packets of four cards (Four Eights, Four Nines and Four Queens), Queens change to Aces 2007 52 Memories 24
Jack Parker Visual Acuity Three card monte routine with surprise ending of an eye-chart appearance on a card 2007 52 Memories 150
Nick Trost Optical Three-Card Monte also published as "Optical Three Card Monte" (Nick Trost, 1976) 2008 Subtle Card Creations - Volume 1 85
Nick Trost Australian Aces sidewalk shuffle type monte effect, gaffed 2008 Subtle Card Creations - Volume 1 204
Tom Ransom Two Card Monte with 2 odd-backed ace of spades 2010 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 111
Tom Ransom Flustration Monte with 2 odd-backed ace of spades 2010 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 114
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) Find the Lady top cards of four piles change into queens, inspired by Don May's "Stinger Monte" (Wisdom of Solomon) 2010 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 124
Steve Beam & Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) The Stalker presentation inspired by "Find the Lady" (Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli), 2010) 2010 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 125
Steve Mayhew Mayhew Monte Explosion three cards transform into Royal Flush as climax, including variation where they become ten cards 2011 Full Frontal Mayhew 9
Richard Bangs Double-Down Monte In-the-hands three card monte move. 2015 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 10 233
Bill Elliott 3-Card Monkey Business Color Monte precursor, first published in Ibidem #16 2017 Facsimile (Issue 6) 56
Benjamin Earl Stem Cell framing routine differently to get different experiences with same handling, four cards shown one by one and tabled, they change into four aces, possible presentations:
- Stem Cell Monte
- Stem Cell Magician vs. Gambler
- Stem Cell Sleight of Hand
2017 Less is More 103