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Unknown To teach the Company a Trick which they Learn without Difficulty, then to allow them to Succeed or to cause them to Fail at your Pleasure deck dealt in four piles and suits separated, taught to audience and the fail or succeed see also "The Congress of Court Cards" (1876),
"Criss Cross" (George Sands, 1974)
1876 Modern Magic 66
Unknown The "Alternate Card" Trick cards coming out in order via down-under-deal, thirteen-card and 32-card version 1889 Tricks with Cards 72
Unknown The Whist Trick dealing four hands, one contains winning suit and others are either mixed or also sorted in suits 1889 Tricks with Cards 78
Unknown The "Alternate Card" Trick with a Complete Pack apparently mixed deck comes out in order via down-under deal 1890 More Magic 42
Unknown Nil homini certum est cards openly separated in suits and dealt out twice, they're separated again, performer can do it and spectator only when performer wants him to, four cards secretly palmed in or out for that 1896 Der moderne Kartenkünstler 90
Unknown Die künstliche Reihenfolge deck dealt out with down-under deal in new deck order as climax to card performance, for 32 or 52 cards see also "On Memorized Deck & Applying Controlled Shuffle" (Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster, 1896) 1896 Der moderne Kartenkünstler 108
Unknown Das schräg oder conisch beschnittene Spiel stripper deck, red black application, also all four suits 1896 Der moderne Kartenkünstler 128
Stanley Collins Reviewing a Revue shuffled deck is separated in four piles and each put in a box, spectator choses a suit for each box and the cards of the corresponding suit are found in them 1920 Deceptive Conceptions in Magic 27
Jean Hugard To Flourish or Not to Flourish? short essay and trick, calendar presentation (months, weeks, ...) 1939 More Card Manipulations (Issue 2) 30
James G. Thompson Jr. Utility Routine Svengali deck with the different cards stacked, ends clean, bridge deal finale 1939 The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 63) 443
Roger Barkann The Pluperfect Steal deck is shuffled face up and face down, four cards put in a box, the cards vanish and the deck is in order again, with Duolette 1943 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 29) 121
Warren Wiersbe Stacking the Deck poker & dealing routine to secretly get into Si Stebbins 1946 Mental Cases With Cards 22
Martin Gardner & "Chic" Schoke Easy Aces aces in the deck stay in the same order after spectator riffle shuffled the deck three times 1952 The Phoenix 201 - 250 (Issue 249) 997
Harry Lorayne Out of this Universe some red and black sorting comes out despite real shuffles, not really OOTW effect see also "A Bit for "Out of this Universe"" (Dick Cavett, 1985),
"I. General Procedures" (Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli), 2006)
1962 Close-up Card Magic 80
Edward Marlo Transition Poker ace stacking with new deck order climax 1964 The Patented Shuffle (Section "6 Effects") 15
Peter Kane Tetradism (1) Matching the Cards with freely chosen card
(2) all four-of-a-kinds produced
1967 A Card Session with Peter Kane 19
Gene Finnell Face-up Face-down Duplication face up/face down order of two piles match, gilbreath 1969 Epilogue (Issue 5) 37
David Gale & Richard Karp The Well-Taught Deck dealing five poker hands, the hands come out in ascending order at third deal, see also p. 550 for comment by J. G. Thompson Jr. see also "The Non-Messing-Up Theorem" (booklet, Gale & Karp) 1972 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 6) 513
Brother John Hamman Chinese Miracle location of two cards and their four-of-a-kind via spelling, rest of deck sorted into four-of-a-kind groups, impromptu, see also p. 684 see also "Gwynne's Speller" (Jack Gwynne, 1937),
also published as "The Chinese Miracle" (Brother John Hamman, 1989)
1972 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 7th Folio) 543
Father Cyprian Hofzinser - 70 in addition to classic effect all cards of chosen suit appear reversed and in order throughout deck, faro 1973 Epilogue (Issue 17) 159
William Larsen & T. Page Wright Trick #8 cards openly separated into suits, then reds shuffled together and blacks, halves put together, they magically mix also published as in "Random Conceptions with Cards" (ca. 1930) 1974 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 11) 791
David A. Wright Seduca Deck Trick faro, based on concept by Michael S. Ewer described by Charlie Miller (Genii Vol. 37 No. 11, Nov. 1973) 1975 Pabular (Vol. 2 No. 1) 150
Edward Marlo The Melding Pot two decks are shuffled together and separate 1980 Hierophant (Section "The Last Hierophant") 45
David Grenewetzki & Brother John Hamman "TSHocker" with new deck order kicker inspired by "2 Shuffles Harry" (Brother John Hamman, 1978) 1982 Best of Friends 97
Meir Yedid Thirteen Less One all cards of same suit as selection turn over in order, selection is missing and comes from pocket "or what have you" see also "Play It Straight (Triumph)" (John Bannon, 1990) 1982 Best of Friends 247
Reinhard Müller & Justin Branch "Mish Mosh" gilbreath and dealing procedure to separate suits, non-faro method of a Justin Branch effect varied by "Mish Mosh Tell-A-Vision" (Marty Kane, 1997) 1982 Best of Friends 314
Paul Gertner "Unshuffled" faro, based on concept by Michael S. Ewer described by Charlie Miller (Genii Vol. 37 No. 11, Nov. 1973), see also Robert Wicks for credit information see also "Reshuffling Unshuffled" (Robert Wicks, 1984) 1982 Best of Friends 343
Paul Harris Mixed-Up Perfectionist reds and blacks mix themselves see also "Shake Well Before Using" (John Bannon, 1991) 1983 A Close-Up Kinda Guy 64
Edward Marlo Eddie Still Shuffles Once aces in different parts, suits separated 1984 Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 69
Mike Gallo Suited Up ace cutting with New Deck Order finish 1984 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 22) 209
Steve Beam Well Shaken deck removed from the deck is in order, then shaken and cards are mixed, see also p. 294 for additional ideas see also "The Trapdoor Issue #14" (Steve Beam, 2011) 1986 The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 15) 257
Ron Frost All Wrong! NDO set-up, NDO-finale 1987 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 10 No. 2) 1313
J. C. Doty Faces Minus One all cards get backs and then again faces except selection which stays double backed, rest in NDO 1987 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 10 No. 6) 1363
John C. Wagner J.C.'s Super Closer aces produced, lost and spelt to, deck sorted in suits as climax see also "Final Closer" (John C. Wagner, 2005) 1987 The Commercial Magic of J.C. Wagner 23
Darwin Ortiz The Ultimate Card Shark ending in New Pack Order varied by "The Return of the Ultimate Cardshark" (Andrew Wimhurst, 1998) 1988 Darwin Ortiz at the Card Table 73
Lennart Green The Perfect Arrangement deck order looks random, but is NDO after 1-2-Separation, thought-of-card presentation 1989 1-2 Separation 7
Lennart Green The Last Duel full deck stack 1989 1-2 Separation 10
Brother John Hamman The Chinese Miracle location of two cards, rest of deck sorted into four-of-a-kind groups, impromptu also published as "Chinese Miracle" (Brother John Hamman, 1972) 1989 The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 68
John Bannon Shake Well Before Using red black separated cards instantly mix see also "Mixed-Up Perfectionist" (Paul Harris, 1983) 1991 Smoke and Mirrors 26
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
Richard Bartram The Ripper quarter shuffled face up into face down quarter, other half is shuffled into it and face up cards ripped out varied by "Ripped Variation" (Ron Ferris, 1991) 1991 The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 36) 650
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
John Morgan All Out new pack order finale 1992 Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 15 No. 5) 2074
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
Thomas Baxter Breathless performer cuts to the aces, then kings and suits are produced as a climax 1992 The Trapdoor - Volume Two (Issue 46) 822
Philip T. Goldstein Duploma spectator removes Ace through Five in some order, performer matches the order inspired by "Self-Duplicating Set-ups" (Karl Fulves, 1968) 1994 Thabbatical 71
Paul Gertner Unshuffled see also "Reshuffling Unshuffled" (Robert Wicks, 1984) 1994 Steel and Silver 143
Darwin Ortiz Time and Again 1995 Cardshark 86
Joshua Jay This Is The Hard Part! 1996 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 19 No. 10) 2703
Paul Harris The Perfectionist - The Perfectionist (red and blacks are apparently mixed but remain separated)
- Transposed Perfectionist (reds and blacks transpose)
- Mixed-Up Perfectionist (reds and blacks mix themselves)
1996 The Art of Astonishment - Book 3 (Section "Close-up Kinda Guy") 109
Michael Skinner The Monkey's Paw memory demonstration, memorized deck, ending in new deck order 1996 Classic Sampler 37
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
Andrew Wimhurst The Return of the Ultimate Cardshark ending in New Pack Order, difficult inspired by "The Ultimate Card Shark" (Darwin Ortiz, 1988) 1998 Down Under Deals 47
Pit Hartling The Party Animal selected card turns face-up while the deck is in the case, twice, climax: half the deck turns face up. 1998 The Book 52
Roy Walton Company of Four pack is divided in 4 packets which are shown to be the suits, Gilbreath principle 1998 The Looking Glass (Issue 4) 147
Guy Hollingworth A "Call to the Colours" Routine ending in New Pack Order 1999 Drawing Room Deceptions 202
James Swain Tongue in Cheek deck ends up in New Pack Order except two selections 1999 21st Century Card Magic 7
James Swain Too Many Jokers deck ends up with all four of a kinds 1999 21st Century Card Magic 71
Allan Ackerman Finally Matched ending phase inspired by "A Matching Routine" (Edward Marlo, 1964) 1999 Classic Handlings 29
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
David Ben & Michael Weber & Michael Close & Bob Farmer Invisible Triumph rough smooth 2003 Tricks 90
Roberto Giobbi The History of Playing Cards all values are spelt out in piles, ace through king are on top of the piles 2003 Card College - Volume 5 1253
Roberto Giobbi Using "Sign of Four" to Close an Act deck is sorted in new pack order after ace production 2003 Card College - Volume 5 1202
John C. Wagner Final Closer aces produced, lost and spelt to, deck sorted in suits as climax, reworked handling
- Extra Thoughts & Substitutions
- No Cop/No Switch Method by Syd Segal
inspired by "J.C.'s Super Closer" (John C. Wagner, 1987) 2005 Full Metal Jacket 7
Karl Fulves Contract Player deck first sorted in colors, then suits, by magician 2005 Combo II 76
Shoot Ogawa Perfect Order using triumph with faro shuffles to retain stack 2006 Penumbra (Issue 10) 5
Bruce Cervon Faro Fooler from NDO to NDO with two faros, double index cards 2007 Bruce Cervon's Castle Notebooks - Volume 1 32
Joe Rindfleisch Heart's Delight all hearts appear face up with selection in between inspired by "Emotional Reaction" (Dai Vernon, 1959) 2007 Best of Friends - Volume III 474
Denis Behr A Gambling Demonstration aces produced, named royal flush dealt, new pack order, stacked 2007 Handcrafted Card Magic 62
Nick Trost Four Grand Slams despite riffle shuffle by spectator, the four suits are separated 2008 Subtle Card Creations - Volume 1 21
Nick Trost & Reinhard Müller Do As I Do Suit Separation Gilbreath 2008 Subtle Card Creations - Volume 1 25
Tyler Wilson Happy Ending writing appears on edges, first PERFECT then name of selection, credit information 2010 Reinventing the Real 172
Christoph Borer Shuffle Transpo two decks, one shuffled face up in face down one not, then the conditions "shuffled" and "not shuffled" transpose 2010 Prevedere 34
Al Schneider Marked Deck with a stripper deck inspired by ""Unshuffled"" (Paul Gertner, 1982) 2011 Al Schneider Magic 511
Helder Guimarães Triumphant new pack order finale despite seeing deck mixed 2011 Ontology Project 14
Darwin Ortiz 52 Pick-up triumph ending in new pack order, 8 faro shuffles inspired by "Master of the Mess" (Pit Hartling, 2003) 2012 Lessons in Card Mastery 109
Darwin Ortiz Sweating Bullets cutting the aces, then aces controlled (faros), then new pack order inspired by "Vernon's Aces" (Dai Vernon, 1962),
"Four Ace Location (Stacked Deck Retained)" (Edward Marlo, 1964)
2012 Lessons in Card Mastery 207
Allan Ackerman Bonus Cull card named, two shuffles performed, named card on top and rest of deck now in four-of-a-kinds 2012 The Cardjurer 19
Denis Behr Stay Stack Finale deck mates itself without a move 2015 Quarterly (Section "3 (Summer 2015)") 37
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
Helder Guimarães The Solo Act 1. Triumph
2. Anti-Oil and Water
3. Kings Production
Finale - Cards to New Deck Order
2015 The Veriloquent 35
Steve Beam Proximity and Time Deck is repeatedly shuffled and then cut in two by a spectator. Despite the mixing, the cards twice rearrange themselves into the same order as those in the other packet. 2015 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks - Volume 9 21
Jack Carpenter & Steve Ehlers The Legend of Silas Greene two poker hands dealt, three of a kind and Kings, former hand changes to Aces, then perfect bridge deal, rhyming patter inspired by "Silas and the Slickers" (1939) 2017 The Expert's Portfolio No. 2 75