Four-of-a-Kind
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Edward Marlo Swindle Aces showing four cards (three Aces, one x) as four of a kind 1953 The Cardician 108
Brother John Hamman The Hamman 2-For-4 Count 1972 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 7th Folio) 539
Karl Fulves Center Pull-Out basis of so called Gemini Count, credit information see also "Reference Notes" (Karl Fulves, 1989),
"Center Pull-Out" (Karl Fulves, 1994)
1974 Epilogue (Issue 21) 198
Gene Castillon The Spirit Count two as four with four-card packet 1976 Kabbala - Volume 3 (Vol. 3 No. 4) 53
Karl Fulves The GIT-M Move related to rhythm count, dated to 1969 1978 Interlocutor (Issue 16) 59
Edward Marlo The Marlo Layout two aces and 2 x cards are displayed as four aces and layed out for assembly 1979 Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 3
Gene Castillon Spirit Count 1979 Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 2) 639
Edward Marlo O.K. - Let's Play - Game #1-5 actually Switchless Switch handling, overcount and show the kings from top of the deck 1980 Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 278
Edward Marlo Game #6 - Slip Count show and take kings from deck while only having 3 1980 Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 283
Edward Marlo Full Deck Olram Subtlety olram with top four cards of the deck 1980 Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 284
Edward Marlo Bold Olram Subtlety hiding 2 of 4 1980 Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 286
Edward Marlo Flexible Hindu Count hiding 2 of 4 1980 Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 287
Edward Marlo The Jimmy Cricket Count three Gemini Count alternatives 1980 Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 290
Unknown Gemini Count 1980 Close-up Fantasies - Book II 84
Jon Racherbaumer 2 as 4 Count 1981 The Lost Pages of the Kabbala 41
Paul Harris 2 as 4 Display 1982 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 1 No. 2) 10
Edward Marlo Reverse Spread Display one index hidden 1982 Sessions 89
Brother John Hamman Four-of-a-kind Display 1983 A Close-Up Kinda Guy 7
Gene Castillon & Stephen Tucker Spirit Count 1984 The Best of Close-Up Magic 177
Larry Jennings & Daryl Martinez Rising Crime Display from Natural Grip 1985 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 3 No. 25,26&27) 248
David Neighbors & John Mendoza & Brother John Hamman 5-Card Gemini Count Variation 1986 Riffling the Pasteboards 30
Brother John Hamman Gemini Count 1987 Lecture Notes Collection (Section "Carney Uncovered") 18
Steve Beam The Count Olram Count variation 1987 The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 17) 287
Edward Marlo Marlo's Nerve Count showing four cards as four of a kind with two x-cards 1988 Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 252
Randy Wakeman Randy's Cricket Count gemini/flushtration combo 1989 Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 12 No. 4) 1627
Brother John Hamman The Gemini Count 1989 The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 93
Brother John Hamman Gemini Count Variation starting with a top-bottom double deal 1989 The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 97
Dr. Jacob Daley & Brother John Hamman Rouge et Noire Count 1989 The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 104
Karl Fulves Reference Notes on the Center Pull-Out, precursor Marconick see also "Impossible Cards" (Marconick, Original Magic #4, 1972),
"Center Pull-Out" (Karl Fulves, 1974)
1989 Quick Card Tricks 35
John Bannon Discrepancy City Display showing four cards as four of a kind even though there are only 3 and one indifferent 1990 Impossibilia 5
Wesley James The Virgo Move "much better Gemini substitute"
- Additional Notes on the Virgo Move
1990 Pasteboard Perpensions 20
John Bannon Discrepancy City Display showing four cards as four of a kind even though there are only 3 and one indifferent 1991 Smoke and Mirrors 15
David Neighbors Auqarius Count variation of the Gemini Count inspired by John Mendoza's "Scorpio Count",
"Gemini Count" (Brother John Hamman, 1983)
1991 The Minotaur (Vol. 3 No. 2) 14
Larry West Mirage Count 1992 Modus Operandi 68
James Swain & Bill Malone The J. S. Count actually displays using KM style switch, thereafter referred to as "J.S. Switch"
- To show three cards to be same card
- To perform Brother Hamman's Gemini Count
- Gemini Count Variation
- To perform Daryl Martinez's Diamond Bar
1992 Don't Blink 67
Larry Jennings The Rhythm Count 2-4-4 1995 How to Tame a Moose 7
Larry Jennings & Allan Ackerman A Better View small variation of the Rhythm Count 1995 How to Tame a Moose 7
Jack Carpenter Jack's Rhythm 2-4-4, variation of the Rhythm Count 1995 How to Tame a Moose 9
Edward Marlo Jiminy Cricket Count 2-4-4, third method of Marlo's methods in reference see also "The Jimmy Cricket Count" (Edward Marlo, 1980) 1995 How to Tame a Moose 11
Allan Ackerman Optical Rhythm rhythm count handling, all cards must be face cards, 2-4-4 count 1996 Al Cardpone 9
Larry Jennings & Daryl Martinez Rising Crime Display from Natural Grip 1996 Miracles with Cards 53
Larry Jennings Modification of Daryl's Display Sequence 1999 21st Century Card Magic 39
Allan Ackerman Fingertip Rhythm 2-four-4 with fingertip handling 1999 Classic Handlings 14
Karl Fulves Diminishing Display 2003 Hofzinser Notebook 70
Daryl Martinez & Karl Fulves Rising Crime Display Version 2003 Hofzinser Notebook 79
Larry West & Jonathan Townsend & Wesley James West-Townsend-James (WTJ) Count Elmsley-style Gemini Count, backs and faces of four cards inspired by "Variation Elmsley" (Jonathan Townsend, 1989) 2004 Enchantments 384
Larry Jennings Rhythm Count "Double Olram Subtlety" 2005 Full Metal Jacket 3
Allan Ackerman Fingertip Rhythm two as four 2005 Ackerman 2004 51
Andi Gladwin Deja Vu Count False display, show same two cards twice (similar to Rhythm Count) see also "The Lorayne Bluff Count" (Harry Lorayne, 1979) 2007 Movers & Shakers 37
John Bannon Discrepancy City Display 2010 One Degree 11
Daryl Martinez Rising Crime Display 2010 One Degree 66
Allan Ackerman & George Jenness & Ray Grismer Fingertip Rhythm credit information 2012 The Cardjurer 33
Daryl Martinez Rising Crime Display 2015 The Veriloquent 25
Daryl Martinez & John Guastaferro Rising Crime Display Variation 2017 En Route 79
Jack Carpenter Rhythm Count Handling 2017 The Expert's Portfolio No. 2 64