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Unknown Two Heaps of Cards, unequal in Number, being placed upon the Table, to predict beforehand which of the two the Company will choose ambiguous prediction, two handlings (number of cards or values in pile & odd/even pile with palming) 1876 Modern Magic 103
Unknown To allow a Person secretly to think of a Card, and dividing the Pack into three heaps, to cause the Card thought of to appear in whichever heap the Company may choose 1876 Modern Magic 108
Unknown Two Heaps of Cards having been placed upon the Table, to Predict with Certainty which Heap a Spectator will choose ambiguous prediction, two handlings (number of cards or values in pile & odd/even pile with palming) 1889 Tricks with Cards 79
Unknown Multiple Out Envelope four outs 1897 New Era Card Tricks 135
Unknown The Flying Card (First Method), from one spectator's pocket to another, freely named number with outs 1909 The Art of Magic 99
Stanley Collins Le Dernier Cri Mutilated Card Experiment card cut into four pieces, three are burnt and found restored in nest of envelopes 1915 Original Magical Creations 46
Stanley Collins Thought Anticipated and Precipitated one of six cards vanishes and appears at impossible location 1915 Original Magical Creations 58
Theodore Annemann A Card to be Thought About three way out, OOSOOM type see also "A Card to be Thought About" (Roberto Giobbi & Theodore Annemann, 1983) 1935 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 11) 55
Theodore Annemann Named Card to Pocket Jukebox Principle 1936 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 18) 101
Tommy Tucker The Card Miracle - Certain: 1. Tucker's Version spectator cuts anywhere and remembers bottom card, estimation, card is on top or in pocket in this handling see also "Fourth Method" (T. Nelson Downs, 1909) 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 37
T. Nelson Downs 3. The Nelson Downs Original. spectator cuts anywhere and remembers bottom card, estimation, card is on top or in pocket in this handling see also "Fourth Method" (T. Nelson Downs, 1909) 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 38
Ralph W. Hull & Nelson Hahne Modernism in Mentalism crude OOSOOM, one of nine 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 184
Dai Vernon Card Divination from 26-card stack, multiple out 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 224
Ralph W. Hull Name O' Card any named card is found/spelled-to, full stack and multiple out 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 237
Stuart P. Cramer Les Cartes par Hasard card thought of from the middle while riffled, multiple out after dealing into four piles inspired by "Jinxed" (Steve Beam, 1986) 1937 The Jinx 1-50 (Section "Winter Extra 1936/37") 182
Theodore Annemann Locatrik location with two keys and two outs, Gemini Twins precursor 1937 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 39) 262
Unknown Under Which King, Bezonian? card predicted on billet 1938 Greater Magic 102
Audley Walsh The Magician's Dream twelve cards repeated four times, fishing & multiple out for divination 1938 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 43) 298
Martin Gardner The ----- of -- Trick inspired by "Three Piles" (Martin Gardner, 1938) 1938 The Jinx 1-50 (Section "Summer Extra 1938") 323
Gerald Kosky Predicto spectator shuffles and cuts into three piles, performer predicts third card in pile he will choose, bad outs 1938 The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 51) 356
Orville Wayne Meyer The "Last Word" Location two key cards, multiple out procedure in placing one of the keys 1939 More Card Manipulations (Issue 2) 43
Tom Sellers The Tell Tale Scytale prediction with a scytale 1939 Scots Magic 9
Unknown The Five Card Quibble an out if you only know that it is one of five cards 1940 Expert Card Technique 118
Unknown One Will Make Six how a two spot locates six cards 1940 Expert Card Technique 411
Sam Leo Horowitz The Diving Pasteboard one of four random cards is thought of, they're shuffled back, Three-spot locator used to locate selection 1940 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 105) 632
Dai Vernon Card of the Gods card thought of from top third, found with procedure and counting 1940 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 105) 633
Jack Vosburgh The Mystery of the Suits one of the aces is selected and found, then the suit of another selected ace is predicted 1940 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 122) 711
Edward Marlo Streamlined Discernment one out of three, OOSOOM see also "Streamlined Discernment Idea" (Edward Marlo, 1983),
"Streamlined Mental Disclosure" (Edward Marlo, 1990)
1941 Early Marlo (Section "Amazing, Isn't It?") 38
Jack Vosburgh Ten and One ten and one put on table, spectator puts two coins on top, coincidence, nail punch 1941 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 124) 721
Dai Vernon Addition and Subtraction one of fifteen cards and its position remembered, via calculation the card is found 1941/49 Select Secrets 21
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Mindreading Feat one of four, OOSOOM type, describing also Guyot's 1749 procedure 1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 10
Theodore Annemann Locatrix selection is located behind back 1943 Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 5
Stuart P. Cramer Les Cartes Par Hasard card thought of from the middle while riffled, multiple out after dealing into four piles 1943 Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 17
Charles Nyquist The Principle of Alternative Terminations - And Its Applications When the Spectator Shuffles stratagem for controlling a card while spectator shuffles the deck, several outs 1945 My Best 27
Warren Wiersbe & Martin Gardner Think-A-Card - Wiersbe Version 1946 Mental Cases With Cards 18
J. B. Bobo Bobo Locatrix card selected with seemingly fair cutting procedure, key card, location via "Trick that Cannot be Explained" type procedure 1947 Watch This One! 36
J. B. Bobo Triple Thought spectator selects three cards and thinks of one of them, they're returned, performer finds thought-of card 1947 Watch This One! 49
Martin Gardner & Bill Simon It's a Natural Spectator tears out matches from matchbook, performer uses number of matches to select card from seven-card packet, which is correctly predicted see also "It's A Natural" (Martin Gardner & Bill Simon, 1950) 1950 Scarne on Card Tricks 23
Cliff Green Magic in Your Own Hands Spectator names a number between five and ten, card found at that number 1950 Scarne on Card Tricks 53
Theodore Annemann Locatrix Divine card behind back 1950 Scarne on Card Tricks 104
Dai Vernon 12 Outs court card is found 1950 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 199) 794
Martin Gardner & Bill Simon It's A Natural with matches, seven outs see also "It's a Natural" (Martin Gardner & Bill Simon, 1950) 1950 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 199) 796
Bob Somerfeld Outmaneuvered one of five cards is predicted 1950 The Phoenix 201 - 250 (Issue 209) 837
Edward Marlo The Magic Four multiple out location with an openly reversed Four-spot see also "The Magic Card" (Edward Marlo, 1962),
"Four Options" (Dai Vernon, 1988)
1952 Control Systems 107
Bill Simon The Locator Three of Clubs spectator thrusts a known card into a card spread of 28 cards and his selection is found 1952 Effective Card Magic 152
Edward Marlo Magic Total:
Eight-Two Locator
Ace-Three-Five Locator
Three-Three-Three Loctaor
using some cards to count down to thought-of card, multiple out counting procedure, three methods 1953 The Cardician 141
Tony Corinda (20) Nicely Suited verbal force 1958 Predictions 122
Edward Marlo The Fan Deal to enable one to deal out any card from a fan unit consisting of five or more cards 1959 Seconds, Centers, Bottoms 122
Unknown The Red Card Prediction ten cards, selected one is different to the other see also "Longwave" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1985),
also published as "The Red Card Prediction" (1978)
1959 Card Tricks 326
Dai Vernon The Trick that cannot be explained see also "Unexpected Prediction" (Edward Marlo, 1968),
"Uncontrolled Prediction" (Edward Marlo, 1996),
varied by "Using Equivoque in "The Trick That Cannot Be Explained"" (Paul Vigil, 2017)
1960 More Inner Secrets of Card Magic 76
Dai Vernon Simple Arithmetic one of thirteen, using the two of clubs see also "All-Outs Think-Of-A-Card" (Milton Kort, 2005),
varied by "Simple Arithmetic II" (John Luka, 1997)
1960 More Inner Secrets of Card Magic 9
Charlie Miller Fifteen Card Trick Routine - 6 variation of Hull's "Mental Discernment" starting with freely thought of card, distribution with Erdnase's stock shuffle, OOSOOM inspired by "Erdnase System of Stock Shuffling" (S. W. Erdnase, 1902) 1961 The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 15
Edward Marlo The Magic Card a Four-spot is used to find selection, estimation see also "The Magic Four" (Edward Marlo, 1952) 1962 Estimation 11
Edward Marlo "Think I'll Stop Here" using Vernon's ending procedure from OOSOOM as a multiple out for estimation location see also "Out of sight - out of mind" (Dai Vernon, 1960) 1962 Estimation 12
Edward Marlo Reversed Card Out multiple out for estimation location 1962 Estimation 15
Edward Marlo A Three Locator set-up and multiple out, estimation 1962 Estimation 46
Harry Lorayne Three for the Money Three-spot as multiple out indicator card varied by "Treasure Hunt" (Ryan Schlutz & Harry Lorayne, 2011) 1962 Close-up Card Magic 106
Harry Lorayne Three Again Three-spot as multiple out indicator card, with real shuffles 1962 Close-up Card Magic 108
Harry Lorayne Three Times and Out Three-spot as multiple out indicator card 1962 Close-up Card Magic 109
Dai Vernon & Harry Lorayne Calculated Risk variant of "The Trick That Cannot Be Explained" in which a named card is found inspired by "The Trick that cannot be explained" (Dai Vernon, 1960) 1962 Close-up Card Magic 130
Harry Lorayne Mathematical Affinity two cards at thought of positions are found via locator cards 1962 Close-up Card Magic 134
Dai Vernon The Vernon Card Divination card thought of from half the deck, multiple out divination 1962 Early Vernon 37
Dai Vernon New Divination one of top twelve, card and position remembered 1962 Early Vernon 60
Edward Marlo Premeditated Prediction card is fairly selected from shuffled deck, card is predicted in matchbook, using index of twelve matchbooks and statistical principle varied by "For Nonsmokers" (Edward Marlo, 1964) 1964 Faro Controlled Miracles 61
Edward Marlo For Nonsmokers card is fairly selected from shuffled deck, duplicate is reversed as prediction in second deck, using statistical principle and faro hide-out inspired by "Premeditated Prediction" (Edward Marlo, 1964) 1964 Faro Controlled Miracles 62
Dai Vernon "Secrets" six, seven, eight, nine 1967 Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 27
Dai Vernon Mental Spell one of ten, multiple out, setup?? 1967 Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 41
Edward Marlo Two Way Out if you know the selection is one of two possibilities 1967 Epilogue (Issue 1) 4
Edward Marlo Unexpected Prediction see also "The Trick that cannot be explained" (Dai Vernon, 1960),
varied by "Tip - On the Unexpected Prediction" (Edward Marlo, 1988),
"The Magician, The Fool, and The Wheel of Fortune" (Justin Higham, 2008),
"The Unexpected Wild Card" (Paul Vigil, 2017)
1968 Expert Card Conjuring 88
Edward Marlo Five Card Mental or "I Have It" one of five 1968 Expert Card Conjuring 107
Al Koran Koran's Double Out Prediction two-way out 1969 Expert Card Mysteries 97
Dai Vernon The IBM Card "deck as computer", ten-card packet 1970 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6 No. 2) 385
Karl Fulves Impromptu ESP multiple out spelling location with small packet, for correction of procedure see reference see also "Important!" (Karl Fulves & Milton Kort, 1971),
"Babel" (Karl Fulves, 1971)
1971 The Book of Numbers 11
Edward Marlo Double Out named card is either missing or odd-backed 1972 Kabbala - Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 6) 45
Jay Ose & Gerald Kosky Your Favorite Ace named ace produced with four different procedures 1973 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 6) 613
Stephen Minch The Heavenly Gambit prediction of eight cards 1974 The Book of Thoth 13
Edward Marlo 1835 Prediction card at chosen number is predicted, using 18-35 faro principle, three methods (duplicate card, equivoque, ..) 1975 Hierophant (Section "7 Resurrection Issue") 55
Sam Leo Horowitz The Sixth Method named ace reversed in packet, multiple out strategy 1978 Four-Card Brainwave 11
Philip T. Goldstein Calculated Theft from envelope to other envelope 1978 The Phil Goldstein Convention Lecture 5
Philip T. Goldstein Calculated Theft from envelope to other envelope 1978 A Transatlantic Lecture 4
Karl Fulves Retrospective: The Red Prediction treatise on a multiple-out prediction "you will chose the only red card", see following items 1978 The Chronicles (Issue 9) 1150
Arthur Carter One Red Card "you will chose the only red card" also published as Pentagram, Dec. 1951 1978 The Chronicles (Issue 9) 1150
Unknown The Red Card Prediction "you will chose the only red card" also published as "The Red Card Prediction" (1959) 1978 The Chronicles (Issue 9) 1151
Dai Vernon Dai Vernon's Method "you will chose the only red card" 1978 The Chronicles (Issue 9) 1151
Martin Gardner Martin Gardner's Ideas "you will chose the only red card", both sides shown at beginning, three ideas 1978 The Chronicles (Issue 9) 1152
Karl Fulves Note By Karl Fulves "you will chose the only red card" 1978 The Chronicles (Issue 9) 1153
Roy Walton Next one of three cards thought-of, it is stabbed to (or the stabbing card) inspired by trick in "The Magic Book" (Fulves) 1978 The Chronicles (Issue 11) 1174
Harry Lorayne Three's Company spectator names any number up to twenty, multiple out 1979 Quantum Leaps 65
Mark Weston Spectator Unexplained (After Vernon) ideas inspired by "The Trick that cannot be explained" (Dai Vernon, 1960) 1979 Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 12) 770
Karl Fulves The Geometric Slate three-way multiple out prediction inspired by "Euclid's Vanish" (Martin Gardner, 1980) 1980 Curioser 12
John Henderson Three Plus estimated stab and multiple out 1981 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 4 No. 11) 563
Roger Crosthwaite Think-a-Card shuffled deck, wording and eye movement 1981 The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 3
Karl Fulves Method Times Five one of five predicted, on multiple out principle 1981 Origins 17
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
Harry Lorayne A Lorayne Storm multiple out 1982 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5 No. 10) 695
Philip T. Goldstein Calculated Theft from envelope to other envelope 1982 shuffled lecture 10
Thomas Alan Waters Tetrance prediction in envelope in wallet 1982 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "Deckalogue") 218
Thomas Alan Waters Outstrip envelope, two-way out, holding card back by stripper principle 1982 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "Deckalogue") 232
Bobby Bernard The "Opportunist" Card in Pocket Deck placed in pocket, spectator able to pull selection out 1982 The Coin and Card Magic of Bobby Bernard 106
Al Mann The Five Star Gambit with the Five Star Miracle Deck, single card prediction in envelope, four-way envelope 1982 The Knight's Gambit 5
Roberto Giobbi & Theodore Annemann A Card to be Thought About one of three thought of inspired by "A Card to be Thought About" (Theodore Annemann, 1935) 1983 Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 12) 1152
Dai Vernon Diamond Mental ace - queen of diamonds is thought of and revealed, multiple out 1984 Riffle Shuffle Technique - Part Three 122
Thomas Alan Waters Wipeout before your eyes as a multiple out inspired by "Before your Eyes" (Norman Ashworth, 1937) 1984 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "Mynd") 562
Thomas Alan Waters Longwave ten cards, selected one is different to the other inspired by "The Red Card Prediction" (1959) 1985 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "Myxtyr") 649
Martin Lewis The Information Cards Free selection is predicted with two cards (value and suit) 1985 Martin's Miracles 25
Unknown Out of Possession Location visual estimation and stack with multiple out inspired by "Fourth Method" (T. Nelson Downs, 1909) 1985 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 23
Unknown Lifesaver one of five (1937) 1985 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 29
John Cornelius Always Prepare A Blockbuster! exploiting chance 1986 Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 1 No. 1) 18
Steve Beam Jinxed with five piles, with indicator card inspired by "Les Cartes par Hasard" (Stuart P. Cramer, 1937),
see also "The Trapdoor Issue #13" (Steve Beam, 2011),
varied by "Jinxed Variation" (Doug Canning, 1994)
1986 The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 13) 213
Jim Hyams A-Maze-Ing five cards put on five exits from a small maze, mouse finds exit with selection, see Guilty for credit corrections see also "Guilty" (Steve Beam, 1987) 1987 The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 18) 305
Dai Vernon Four Options multiple out location with an openly reversed Four-spot see also "The Magic Four" (Edward Marlo, 1952) 1988 The Vernon Chronicles - Volume 2 41
Dai Vernon Two-Six-Four Royale any court card 1988 The Vernon Chronicles - Volume 2 44
Jerry Sadowitz Basic Discovery for Pre-determined Estimation, method to find one of two cards - a two-way-out 1989 Cards on the Table 85
Simon Lovell Jazz Magic Some outs and ideas for improvisational magic to locate "freely named" card see also "The Trick that cannot be explained" (Dai Vernon, 1960),
"Name a Card Triumph" (Jerry Sadowitz, 1989),
"Invisible Rising Card" (Paul Harris, 1996)
1989 Close Up Magic To Tapdance To 119
Alex Elmsley Choosey 1991 The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 1 368
Edward Marlo Think Theory spectator cuts at thought-of card, one out of two or four see also "Spectator Cuts to a Thought" (Edward Marlo, 1988) 1991 The Olram File (Issue 9) 11
Edward Marlo How's That? see also "Fingertip Riffle Peek Estimation" (Edward Marlo, 1962) 1992 The Olram File (Issue 12) 16
Emil Jarrow Jarrow's Indicator indicator card leads to selection, Ace through Ten set-up, Kruskal-type counting see also "The Perfect Stop Trick" (Edward Marlo, 1945) 1992 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 6) 30
Alex Elmsley Fate's Datebook part of "The Dazzle Act" (starting on page 425 until the end of the book), using a improvisational type of selection procedure see also "The Trick that cannot be explained" (Dai Vernon, 1960),
varied by "The Magician, The Fool, and The Wheel of Fortune" (Justin Higham, 2008)
1994 The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 433
Tom Bowyer Tom Bowyer's Trick one of five cards, multiple out 1994 More Greater Magic 1237
Doug Canning Jinxed Variation inspired by "Jinxed" (Steve Beam, 1986) 1994 The Trapdoor - Volume Three (Issue 52) 967
Basil Horwitz £100 Card Test blindfolded, card prediction in envelope 1994 The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz - Volume 3 77
Paul Cummins & Bill Herz The Hedonists Make Up All The Rules forcing a card with verbal magician's choice varied by "Verbal Force" (Tyler Wilson & Paul Cummins & Bill Herz, 2014) 1996 The Art of Astonishment - Book 3 (Section "Brainstorm in the Bahamas") 147
Edward Marlo Uncontrolled Prediction see also "The Trick that cannot be explained" (Dai Vernon, 1960) 1996 Facsimile (Issue 4) 6
John Luka Simple Arithmetic II four variations, using a three-spot inspired by "Simple Arithmetic" (Dai Vernon, 1960) 1997 L.I.N.T. - Pocket Stuff for Close-Up Magicians 73
Philip T. Goldstein Calculated Theft from envelope to other envelope 1997 FISM '97 7
Peter Duffie & Dave Robertson Vanished Or Gone Spectator thinks of any card, card is shown to have vanished from the pack / word GONE is printed on the back inspired by "Totally Gone" (Dave Robertson, Five Times Five Scotland),
"Domination Of Thought #1" (Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser, 2002)
1997 Effortless Card Magic 142
Bruce Cervon Impossible Location 1998 Hard-Boiled Mysteries 50
Milton Kort & Jack Avis Matcho Spectator freely selects one of four blue cards, magician deals out four previously placed red cards below the blue ones, the chosen blue card matches the corresponding red (first published in New Pentagram, vol. 1, no. 8, Oct 1969) varied by "Fourthright" (Philip T. Goldstein, 2002) 1999 Kort 79
David Regal All's Fair Spectator fairly deals and stops on two cards - one gives the value, one gives the suit. Card in magician's pocket/card case predicts it correctly varied by "No Mercy All's Fair" (David Regal, 1999) 1999 Close-Up & Personal 3
David Regal No Mercy All's Fair Same as All's Fair, but with kicker of producing 52 of the prediction card in the pocket inspired by "All's Fair" (David Regal, 1999) 1999 Close-Up & Personal 5
Unknown Location Using Outs with a technical solution to replace fishing 2000 Card College - Volume 4 880
Philip T. Goldstein The Thinking Cardman one of five cards from a shuffled deck is remembered, then shuffled back and when the card is names the card is instantly produced with one hand inspired by "Think of an Ace" (Dai Vernon, 1960) 2000 Northeast 5
Philip T. Goldstein The Thinking Cardman one of five cards from a shuffled deck is remembered, then shuffled back and when the card is names the card is instantly produced with one hand inspired by "Think of an Ace" (Dai Vernon, 1960) 2000 OCMC Notes 4
Christoph Borer & Michel Gammenthaler Loft covered by newspaper also published as "Card Stab" (Christoph Borer & Michel Gammenthaler, 2006) 2000 Anam Cara 31
Simon Aronson Spell It Out Spelling random card to find actual selection 2001 Try the Impossible 136
Philip T. Goldstein Fourthright four odd backed prediction cards, one is selected by spectator, then pack is cut in four piles and one top card matches the selected prediction card inspired by "Matcho" (Milton Kort & Jack Avis, 1999) 2002 Mawny Notes 3
Philip T. Goldstein The Thinking Cardman one of five cards from a shuffled deck is remembered, then shuffled back and when the card is names the card is instantly produced with one hand inspired by "Think of an Ace" (Dai Vernon, 1960) 2002 Flaunting Five Fanciful Formulae 4
Philip T. Goldstein Calculated Theft from envelope to other envelope 2002 Flaunting Five Fanciful Formulae 8
David Berglas The Berglas Effect - Any Card at Any Number
- Jazz Magic
- A Foundation For Miracles
- The Bridge
- Expect the Unexpected
- The Psychology of Numbers
- On Stage
- Pointing the Effect
- A Different Presentation
- Sheer Devilment
- An Interlude
- In Conclusion
2002 The Mind & Magic of David Berglas 527
Mel Stover left to right reading principle 2003 Tricks 69
Al Baker Mental Force purely with words (!) 2003 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Section "Notebooks") 721
Philip T. Goldstein Fourthright four odd backed prediction cards, one is selected by spectator, then pack is cut in four piles and one top card matches the selected prediction card inspired by "Matcho" (Milton Kort & Jack Avis, 1999) 2003 ... Land Notes 1
Philip T. Goldstein The Thinking Cardman one of five cards from a shuffled deck is remembered, then shuffled back and when the card is names the card is instantly produced with one hand inspired by "Think of an Ace" (Dai Vernon, 1960) 2003 ... Land Notes 4
Gary Ouellet & John Bannon Out Of Touch Force Ouellet's "Touch Force" as multiple out 2004 Dear Mr. Fantasy 109
Milton Kort All-Outs Think-Of-A-Card one of nine, using a Three-spot to locate card see also "Simple Arithmetic" (Dai Vernon, 1960) 2005 All-Outs Think-Of-A-Card 2
Ron Bauer The Principle of Outs 2005 All-Outs Think-Of-A-Card 15
Eric Mead Jazz Chart & Favorite Licks strategies
- Opening Gambits
- Cheating
- A Favorite Lick
- Formula Lick
- Superior Lick
- Quick Lick
- Last Dance
- Tips and Tools
inspired by "The Trick that cannot be explained" (Dai Vernon, 1960) 2006 Tangled Web 123
Erik Nordvall Out of Outs Variation of Out of Sight Out of Mind inspired by "Out of sight - out of mind" (Dai Vernon, 1960),
"No Questions Asked" (Jerry Sadowitz, 1989)
2006 Erik Nordvall Lecture Notes Asia 2006 9
Christoph Borer & Michel Gammenthaler Card Stab covered by newspaper also published as "Loft" (Christoph Borer & Michel Gammenthaler, 2000) 2006 Compilation 108
Justin Higham Fate, Chance, Freewill featuring a multiple out force varied by "The Magician, The Fool, and The Wheel of Fortune" (Justin Higham, 2008) 2007 Best of Friends - Volume III 347
Nick Trost & Arthur Carter Un-Cards prediction "you will select the only red card", faces-backs-ambiguity 2008 Subtle Card Creations - Volume 1 200
William P. Miesel & Arthur Carter Bill Miesel's "Red Card Prediction" prediction "you will select the only red card", faces-backs-ambiguity 2008 Subtle Card Creations - Volume 1 202
Justin Higham The Magician, The Fool, and The Wheel of Fortune Tarot cards spelled to get to predicted playing card inspired by "Unexpected Prediction" (Edward Marlo, 1968),
"Fate's Datebook" (Alex Elmsley, 1994),
"Fate, Chance, Freewill" (Justin Higham, 2007)
2008 Dexterity Manual 47
Justin Higham Deal, Count, Spell Different handling for The Magician, The Fool and The Wheel of Fortune with six-sided die 2008 Dexterity Manual 50
John Guastaferro Key Club one of five cards is chosen and predicted on key chain inspired by "Keyring Card" (Terry Seabrooke, 1983) 2010 One Degree 69
Juan Esteban The Point-of-View Card Trick named card is found, memorized deck and multiple out 2010 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 62
Ramón Riobóo Insurance Card named numbers are added to count to predicted card 2010 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 8 228
Ryan Schlutz & Harry Lorayne Treasure Hunt Three of Diamonds used to find selection via multiple out inspired by "Three for the Money" (Harry Lorayne, 1962) 2011 Making the Cut 111
Steve Beam Greased Shortening see also Steve Beam's "Killocation" in "Semi-Automatic Card Tricks Vol. 1",
"Jinxed" (Steve Beam, 1986)
2011 The Trapdoor - Volume One (Section "Addendum") xxvi
Roberto Giobbi & Dai Vernon The Trick That Andy Warhol Could Have Explained inspired by "The Trick that cannot be explained" (Dai Vernon, 1960) 2012 Confidences 251
Patrick Lehnen Treasure Box (The Magician's Fooler) two decks, three outs 2013 Lecture Notes 34
Justin Higham The 75% Production Locating / producing a four-of-a-kind via improvisation

- Performance
- End Notes
- Culling in Advance
- Non-Linear Culling
- Shuffling After Culling
- Recycling Knowledge
- The Key to Improvisation
see also Joe Riding, New Style Gambling Routine (no date),
"The Trick With No Method" (Justin Higham, 2014),
"The Previous Effect" (Justin Higham, 2014),
"Other Approaches" (Justin Higham, 2014)
2014 The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 1
Justin Higham Other Approaches - Leaving the selection till last
- Without a selection
- Pseudo-Memory Presentation
- 100% Production
- 50% Production
- Other 50% Productions
- 50% Ambitious Production
see also "The 75% Production" (Justin Higham, 2014) 2014 The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 6
Justin Higham The Previous Effect How to lead into The 75% Production

- Basic Procedure
- End Notes
- Spread-Cutting
see also "The Trick that cannot be explained" (Dai Vernon, 1960),
"The 75% Production" (Justin Higham, 2014)
2014 The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 9
Justin Higham The Trick With No Method Different handlings / situations for improvised card magic see also "The 75% Production" (Justin Higham, 2014) 2014 The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 13
Justin Higham Freestyle Card Tricks More examples of improvisation in card magic 2014 The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 19
So Sato Mote-Monte performer cuts four piles, spectator choses one, top card is queen, other top cards kings, or vice versa
- Shawn P. Tenhoff/Yuki Kadoya Variation
2016 The Secrets of So Sato 56
So Sato The Professor Still Fools Us card "named" by spectator, Dai Vernon's named used to spell to it 2016 The Secrets of So Sato 76
So Sato Yin Yang Divide six cards chosen, separated into two groups of three and each added up, both totals predicted 2016 The Secrets of So Sato 92
Roberto Giobbi Prediction at Risk card from red-backed deck matches card from blue-backed deck, also predicted in envelope, Himber wallet inspired by "Repeat "Do as I do"" (Dai Vernon, 1959) 2016 Standup Card Magic 156
Denis Behr & Pit Hartling Multiple Out Revelations strategies to locate a card if you know it's one of a few 2017 Quarterly (Section "5 (Winter 2017)") 29
Adrian Vega Carta Predicción four-way out card 2017 Area 52 35
Paul Vigil The Unexpected Wild Card fair selection matched by packet of duplicate prediction cards, on repeat the prediction packet changes to match new selection, TTTCBE inspired by "Unexpected Prediction" (Edward Marlo, 1968),
"Tip - On the Unexpected Prediction" (Edward Marlo, 1988),
"The Tamed Card" (Tommy Wonder, 1996)
2017 The Doors of Deception 159
Paul Vigil Using Equivoque in "The Trick That Cannot Be Explained" strategy to get down to five cards inspired by "The Trick that cannot be explained" (Dai Vernon, 1960),
see also "The Moving Pencil" (Harry Lorayne, 1962)
2017 The Doors of Deception 162