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Piet Forton Piet's Producer Gimmick to contain silks for silk production 1967 Piet Forton Lecture Notes 3
Piet Forton Ching Chang Chung, the Never Dieing Chinaman Figurine of Chinese man beheaded when card trick goes wrong - card is changed to correct selection, head is restored 1967 Piet Forton Lecture Notes 4
Piet Forton & Alex Elmsley Three Coins and a Glass Routine Three coins produced and travel to silk held in hand. They then vanish and travel to glass 1967 Piet Forton Lecture Notes 5
Piet Forton The Popokatepetlpaper Produce dollar bill with flash paper 1967 Piet Forton Lecture Notes 7
Piet Forton Dove From Newspaper 1967 Piet Forton Lecture Notes 8
Piet Forton Color Change Aces Aces appear one by one in packet of blue backed cards, blue backed cards disappear, then Aces change into red backs 1967 Piet Forton Lecture Notes 9
Piet Forton & Remo Inzani & Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) Four Disappearing Queens Change Visibly To Four Aces 1967 Piet Forton Lecture Notes 10
Piet Forton Piet Forton's Visible Ace Popper Move Inspired by Jack Avis and Eddie Taytelbaum inspired by "Spin Cut Aces" (Jack Avis, 1976) 1967 Piet Forton Lecture Notes 12
Piet Forton Lucky Seven Routine Four Sevens produced, vanished and reappear in deck 1967 Piet Forton Lecture Notes 14
Piet Forton Mid Air Throw Color Change Color change based on Piet Forton popout move see also "Piet Forton's Visible Ace Popper Move" (Piet Forton, 1967) 1967 Piet Forton Lecture Notes 15
Piet Forton The Longitudinal Tenkai Palm 1967 Piet Forton Lecture Notes 17
Harvey Rosenthal & Piet Forton The 5th Jack red Jacks put on table, top card of deck are also red Jack, tabled ones now black, all put on table, top card is another jack, cards on table are now Aces, see also p. 782 for improvement inspired by trick of Piet Forton (see also Gus Southall and Francis Haxton variations in The New Pentagram) 1973 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 2) 692
Piet Forton Ace Popper pop out move 1975 Epilogue (Issue 23) 219
Piet Forton Pop Out Move 1977 Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 6) 367
Piet Forton & Remo Inzani Triple Flip three black cards transform into three red cards 1979 Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 2) 639
Piet Forton Can You Do the Gypsy Thread Again? hindu thread repetition 1979 Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 10) 740
Piet Forton Pop-Out Move 1980 Secrets of a "Puerto Rican Gambler" 84
Piet Forton Piet Forton's Fan Club two cards, sticking out of two card fans 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 6) 865
James Lewis & Piet Forton & Michael Ammar Inversion here spelled "Jim Louis"
- First Handling (Piet Forton)
- Second Handling (Michael Ammar)
- Third Handling (Michael Ammar)
also published as "Inversion" (James Lewis & Piet Forton & Michael Ammar, 1991) 1981 Encore II 25
Piet Forton & Dave Walker Sure-Shot Pop-Out Move 1982 Card Finesse 50
Piet Forton Pop-Out Move 1982 Best of Friends 526
Piet Forton & Phillip Young Pop Out Move only with Aces 1982 Fingers don't Entertain, People Do 28
Piet Forton The Pop-Top Catch illogical change 1983 The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 2 64
Richard Kaufman & Piet Forton Pinched Again two-deck variation inspired by "In the Pinch" (Daryl Martinez, 1980) 1984 The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 3 58
Piet Forton Pop-Out Move 1984 The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 3 59
Piet Forton Pop-Out-Move 1987 Star Quality - The Magic of David Regal 164
Piet Forton Piet Forton's Impeccable Variations: Oops!...They Split! double apparently splits, session gag with Impeccable Double 1987 Epoptica (Issue 10) 514
Piet Forton Tossed Free Choice Match matching routine with Impeccable Double 1987 Epoptica (Issue 10) 514
Piet Forton Tossed Four of a Kind three freely chosen cards turn out to be aces, four cards as one on table via Impeccable Double 1987 Epoptica (Issue 10) 515
Piet Forton Pop-Out Move 1988 52 Lovers 148
James Lewis & Piet Forton & Michael Ammar Inversion - First Handling (Piet Forton)
- Second Handling (Michael Ammar)
- Third Handling (Michael Ammar)
varied by "The In Version" (William Goldman, 1990),
also published as "Inversion" (James Lewis & Piet Forton & Michael Ammar, 1981)
1991 The Magic of Michael Ammar 263
Piet Forton Snap-Over Change application to make it look like four cards change see also "Four Disappearing Queens Change Visibly To Four Aces" (Piet Forton & Remo Inzani & Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli), 1967) 1991 Carneycopia 81
Piet Forton & Wolff von Keyserlingk The Light-reft Spread Pass reverse spreading the halves 2000 Concertos for Pasteboard 43
Piet Forton The Suckers' Looking Glass two cards are found with the Hofzinser catch, as a sucker effect 2000 Concertos for Pasteboard 48
Piet Forton A Lesson in Addition two cards are found which add to the selection, then they transform to the selection 2000 Concertos for Pasteboard 48
Piet Forton Another Forton Pop-Out 2002 Constant Fooling 2 229