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Philip T. Goldstein "Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks ...and Some for Those Who Do!" on (un)importance of method vs effect, sleight-of-hand vs gimmick, four basic elements of method:
1. Natural Law Disguised
2. Secret Activity
3. Secretly Prepared Materials
4. Psychology
1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 1
Philip T. Goldstein Controls 1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 2
Philip T. Goldstein On Pick-a-Card Tricks 1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 2
Philip T. Goldstein On the Corner Short advantages, finding it, controlling a selection with it 1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 2
Philip T. Goldstein Half Deck Crimp to control selection 1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 3
Philip T. Goldstein Spot'n'Scoop Control sighting card in face-up ribbon spread and moving it to top by cut afterwards 1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 3
Philip T. Goldstein Ancient Las Vegas Pulse-Reading removed card is divined by pulse reading four times 1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 4
Philip T. Goldstein & Ken Miller Alternate Route red-backed named card transposes with blue-backed duplicate, both sandwiched by jokers inspired by "Queens in Flight" (Ken Miller, Abra #530, 1956) 1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 4
Philip T. Goldstein Vested Power card selected by number and position, number and card found with spelling 1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 5
Philip T. Goldstein secA ruoF three phases, two times standard ace assembly, then aces transform into kings in leader pile and aces are reversed in deck 1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 6
Philip T. Goldstein Goldstein's F.T.L. 1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 6
Philip T. Goldstein Jordan Count of Five Cards As Five From a Biddle Grip hiding bottom card 1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 6
Philip T. Goldstein & Stewart James Ice Dice chosen values lie at chosen numbers, imaginary dice see also "Pure Mathematics" (Dai Vernon, 1967),
"Change X Change" (Karl Fulves, 1992)
1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 7
Philip T. Goldstein Social Mobility two chosen cards, red kings sandwich one in deck, black kings the same and first one changed into second one inspired by "A Change of Filling" (Milton Kort, 1969),
see also Marlo, New Tops, Nov. 1973
1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 8
Philip T. Goldstein Sandwich Switch in spread 1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 8
Philip T. Goldstein Satisfaction four-ace production 1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 8
Philip T. Goldstein GPCF Card-to-Wallet card marked by spectator behind back with dummy pen, travels into wallet see also "Great Psychic Card Feat" (1937) 1974 Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks 9
Philip T. Goldstein Your Choice one out of six prediction 1976 Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 3) 335
Philip T. Goldstein Counter Revolution four red cards on the table, 4 blacks in the hand. the blacks reverse one by one and change place with the red 1976 Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 4) 340
Philip T. Goldstein Introduction on the basic effects and actions of mentalism 1976 The Blue Book of Mentalism 2
Philip T. Goldstein Desire spectators write destinations on a business card, five write a place where they have been and one a place he desires to go, all cards are correctly attributed and the last, desired place is named without looking at it, see also Larry Becker's "Sneak Thief" see also "An Auspicious Occasion" (Eric Mead, 2006),
varied by "The Oneiromancer's Index" (Jared Kopf, 2016)
1976 The Blue Book of Mentalism 4
Philip T. Goldstein Burnt Offerings assistant reads ashes of a burnt business card and reveals a chosen ESP symbol 1976 The Blue Book of Mentalism 7
Philip T. Goldstein Tephramantic Brainwave card written on a piece of paper and burnt, ashes rubbed on an envelope and the name of the card appears, inside the envelope is a deck with the chosen card reversed, wax swami 1976 The Blue Book of Mentalism 8
Philip T. Goldstein & Arthur Emerson 'tis the Season to Be Lying four name tags, spectator finds the one with the real name, based on Arthur Emerson's "Liar's License" in Sam Dalal's Swami magazine, marking method 1976 The Blue Book of Mentalism 10
Philip T. Goldstein Pre-Duck-Tion prediction of a freely named word in the mouth of a toy duck 1976 The Blue Book of Mentalism 12
Philip T. Goldstein Dangerous Game russian roulette themed card trick, one of five card is selected and turned over at last 1976 The Blue Book of Mentalism 13
Philip T. Goldstein The Tempermental Guest performer knows which object has been put in envelope 1976 The Blue Book of Mentalism 14
Philip T. Goldstein Geometric Coin prediction of a shape and a coin 1976 The Blue Book of Mentalism 15
Philip T. Goldstein The Spirit Is Willing (to Write) spirit writing on signed business card, glorpy 1976 The Blue Book of Mentalism 16
Philip T. Goldstein Elemental one of the four elements is predicted 1976 The Blue Book of Mentalism 18
Philip T. Goldstein Double Undercurrent card written down and selected card match 1976 The Blue Book of Mentalism 20
Philip T. Goldstein Middle Telepathy ESP card, shape and name are divined 1976 The Blue Book of Mentalism 21
Philip T. Goldstein Chaos gathered metal objects put in a handkerchief and react on their own, some of them are bent 1976 The Blue Book of Mentalism 27
Philip T. Goldstein Umpteenth Aces 1976 Classic Tackler 2
Frederick Braue & Philip T. Goldstein Braue Add-On modified 1976 Classic Tackler 2
Bob Veeser & Philip T. Goldstein Half-Veeser Count 1976 Classic Tackler 3
Philip T. Goldstein FTL 5 red and 5 black cards, three phases 1976 Classic Tackler 4
Philip T. Goldstein & Charles T. Jordan Jordan Count 5/5 from a biddle grip 1976 Classic Tackler 4
Philip T. Goldstein Fingertip Poker 1976 Classic Tackler 5
Philip T. Goldstein Charlier Cut Production 1976 Classic Tackler 5
Philip T. Goldstein The Spin Location cards thrown on the table, right card is removed 1976 Classic Tackler 6
Philip T. Goldstein Packet Switch 1976 Classic Tackler 6
Philip T. Goldstein Collectors, Once Again selections appear one by one between 4 aces see also "One at a Time Collectors" (Alex Elmsley, 1974) 1976 Classic Tackler 7
Philip T. Goldstein Differential four aces transform into kings 1976 Classic Tackler 8
Philip T. Goldstein Paintbrush Change with double facer, two transformations 1976 Classic Tackler 9
Philip T. Goldstein No-Gaff Differential four aces transform into kings 1976 Classic Tackler 10
Philip T. Goldstein Snap Differential four aces transform into kings see also "Snap Collectors" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1977) 1976 Classic Tackler 11
Philip T. Goldstein More Oil, More Water 4&4, four phases 1976 Classic Tackler 12
Philip T. Goldstein Counter Revolution four red cards on the table, 4 blacks in the hand. the blacks reverse one by one and change place with the red 1976 Classic Tackler 14
Philip T. Goldstein Tabled Ambition with the Lyle push in change, card is pushed in the deck half way sticking out, and with the card the the deck is cut, rest on top 1976 Classic Tackler 16
Philip T. Goldstein On Equivoque 1976 Verbal Control 1
Philip T. Goldstein Forcing One of Five Objects 1976 Verbal Control 3
Philip T. Goldstein Verbal Overkill Approach 1976 Verbal Control 3
Philip T. Goldstein Coin Prediction equivoque 1976 Verbal Control 3
Philip T. Goldstein Watch Time Prediction equivoque 1976 Verbal Control 8
Philip T. Goldstein Psychic Let's Make A Deal 1976 Verbal Control 8
Philip T. Goldstein Reverse Bank Night 1976 Verbal Control 8
Philip T. Goldstein Seven Keys to Baldpate suggestion 1976 Verbal Control 8
Philip T. Goldstein Geometric Shape on Slate suggestion 1976 Verbal Control 8
Philip T. Goldstein Introduction 1976 Classic Tackler 1
Philip T. Goldstein Very Good Hand 5 cards shown as AS, then royal flush in hearts 1977 Card Cavalcade Four 107
Philip T. Goldstein Rundown selection appears in sandwich 1977 Card Cavalcade Four 113
Philip T. Goldstein Nijinsky Two selected ace travels into deck, card in hand, stranger 1977 Card Cavalcade Four 117
Fred Robinson (reviewer) Classic Tackler by Philip T. Goldstein 1977 Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 7&8) 380
Fred Robinson (reviewer) The Blue Book of Mentalism by Philip T. Goldstein 1977 Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 7&8) 380
Fred Robinson (reviewer) Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks.. and Some for Those Who Do by Philip T. Goldstein 1977 Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 7&8) 380
Darion Sagan & Philip T. Goldstein Taking the Plunge rising card finds chosen card 1977 Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 10) 419
Philip T. Goldstein Mexican Geometry spectator and magicians cards match, 2x3 cards, mexican turnover 1977 Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 11) 434
Darion Sagan & Philip T. Goldstein Half Through coin through hand 1977 Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 12) 452
Fred Robinson (reviewer) Verbal Control by Philip T. Goldstein 1977 Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 4) 506
Philip T. Goldstein Introduction on the presentation of mentalism 1977 The Red Book of Mentalism 2
Philip T. Goldstein Four-sided Triangle card is thought of before the show, it matches prediction and selection of a second spectator varied by "Pyratarot" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1987),
"4 Sided Triangle - Weber Notes" (Michael Weber, 2015)
1977 The Red Book of Mentalism 5
Philip T. Goldstein Parallax a shape, a letter and a number are correctly duplicated 1977 The Red Book of Mentalism 7
Philip T. Goldstein Disposable Color paper ball thrown into audience, color prediction 1977 The Red Book of Mentalism 8
Philip T. Goldstein Writer's Cramp 1977 The Red Book of Mentalism 9
Philip T. Goldstein The Happy Horoscoper twelve zodiac cards, named zodiac sign is removed, other cards are blank and on the named one "Happy Birthday" appears 1977 The Red Book of Mentalism 9
Philip T. Goldstein & Henry Hardin & William Lindsay Gresham Satan's Nightmare prediction of tarot card and three digit number inspired by "Satan's Mail" (Henry Hardin, 1937),
"Nightmare Allez" (William Lindsay Gresham, 1946)
1977 The Red Book of Mentalism 10
Philip T. Goldstein Your Choice prediction of a number between one and six, interesting presentation 1977 The Red Book of Mentalism 13
Philip T. Goldstein Vision Version design duplication with stacked picture cards, last one is predicted see also "Extra-Sensory Perception" (Theodore Annemann, 1935) 1977 The Red Book of Mentalism 14
Philip T. Goldstein Power Drain magnet loses his force 1977 The Red Book of Mentalism 18
Philip T. Goldstein Pscrabble word is formed with scrabble letters, word number total and word are divined, change bag 1977 The Red Book of Mentalism 19
Philip T. Goldstein & Arthur Carter Destiny spectator and magician think of a card, after the spectator shuffles the card are found next to each other, based on Carter's "A Universal Out" from Magigram 3/75 1977 The Green Book of Mentalism 5
Philip T. Goldstein Combo performer divines a shape and a card 1977 The Green Book of Mentalism 7
Philip T. Goldstein & Bob Wagner & Tot O'Regan Revised 'Simbal Dek' System coding a symbol with a card 1977 The Green Book of Mentalism 8
Philip T. Goldstein Old Math number the majority of the audience think is predicted and add-a-number prediction 1977 The Green Book of Mentalism 10
Philip T. Goldstein The Psychic Bartender named drink one is thought of and divined 1977 The Green Book of Mentalism 12
Philip T. Goldstein Nucleus all spread cards are attached to hand, eventually all fall down except the signed one 1977 The Green Book of Mentalism 13
Philip T. Goldstein Discretion zodiac discs, spectator finds performer's zodiac sign and vice versa 1977 The Green Book of Mentalism 16
Philip T. Goldstein & Ray Goulet Predixion X on the card in a second deck 1977 The Green Book of Mentalism 17
Philip T. Goldstein Onstage Bender staging for key-bending 1977 The Green Book of Mentalism 18
Philip T. Goldstein Ranch Dowser with a pendulum, duplicates 1977 The Green Book of Mentalism 21
Philip T. Goldstein The Mind's Eye Deck picture cards, card is divined 1977 The Green Book of Mentalism 22
Philip T. Goldstein Introduction 1977 The Green Book of Mentalism 3
Philip T. Goldstein Introduction 1977 Scattershot 3
Philip T. Goldstein Jumping Bean Aces 1977 Scattershot 4
Philip T. Goldstein Bop Aces 1977 Scattershot 5
Philip T. Goldstein Relative Interchange ace to four transpose one by one with four red cards see also Stewart Judah's "Aces & Jacks" 1977 Scattershot 6
Philip T. Goldstein Brimstone Elevator color change climax inspired by "Devil's Elevator" (Dai Vernon & Bruce Cervon, 1972) 1977 Scattershot 7
Philip T. Goldstein Deca Oil & Water 5x5 1977 Scattershot 9
Philip T. Goldstein Mixtant colors mix 4x4 1977 Scattershot 9
Philip T. Goldstein Up & Down Mixtant 4x4 cards mix face up and face down 1977 Scattershot 10
Philip T. Goldstein Shrink Wrap one of the kings shrink 1977 Scattershot 11
Philip T. Goldstein Palm Off 1977 Scattershot 11
Philip T. Goldstein Search Party with two identical jokers 1977 Scattershot 12
Philip T. Goldstein Corrected Sandwich sandwich effect, then card transpose with another card 1977 Scattershot 13
Philip T. Goldstein Twisted Location with finding a selection as a kicker 1977 Scattershot 13
Philip T. Goldstein Fraud Collectors 1977 Scattershot 14
Philip T. Goldstein Second Fraud 1977 Scattershot 15
Philip T. Goldstein Snap Collectors Snap Differential with collectors finale see also "Snap Differential" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1976) 1977 Scattershot 16
Philip T. Goldstein Transfourmation aces transform into king, then backs change too inspired by Jerry K. Hartman's "Transfourence" in " Card Fare" 1977 Scattershot 17
Philip T. Goldstein Impolite Aces cutting to the red aces, they change into the black aces and the red ones are found reversed in the deck 1977 Scattershot 18
Philip T. Goldstein 2-4-1 1977 Scattershot 18
Philip T. Goldstein Propelled Penetration card through magazine 1977 Scattershot 19
Philip T. Goldstein Disguise aces, slop shuffle, three aces + x, x is transformed into last ace 1977 Scattershot 20
Philip T. Goldstein Para-Sight 1977 Para-Sight 1
Philip T. Goldstein Para-Sight magazines brought from spectators 1977 Para-Sight 1
Philip T. Goldstein Finger Force way to form a two digit number by holding up fingers, limited outcome, force 1977 Para-Sight 9
Philip T. Goldstein The Armchair Bowler multiple out 1978 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 1 No. 4) 37
Philip T. Goldstein Remembrance of Cards Past short ambitious card sequence, back of card changes 1978 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 1 No. 11) 128
Philip T. Goldstein Ambitious Appearance card (or double) rises up 1978 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 1 No. 11) 128
Philip T. Goldstein Card In Mind card prediction, blanko card with message is presented as playing card 1978 Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 5) 521
Fred Robinson (reviewer) Scattershot by Philip T. Goldstein 1978 Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 5) 521
Philip T. Goldstein Simplified Follow the Leader with two cut jumbo cards see also "Criss-Cross Subtley" (Edward Marlo & Jon Racherbaumer & Irv Weiner, 1977) 1978 Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 7) 540
Fred Robinson (reviewer) The Red Book of Mentalism by Philip T. Goldstein 1978 Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 8) 558
Fred Robinson (reviewer) The Green Book of Mentalism by Philip T. Goldstein 1978 Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 8) 558
Fred Robinson (reviewer) Notions by Philip T. Goldstein 1978 Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 9) 571
Philip T. Goldstein Alter-Ego two outs, hiding parts 1978 Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 11) 594
Philip T. Goldstein Cry Wolf 4 card packet trick 1978 Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 11) 595
Philip T. Goldstein Immediate Aces 7/8 cards 1978 Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 11) 596
Philip T. Goldstein Negative Intruder blank card between jokers transposes with selected card, see also Howard Lyons "Negative Miracle" (Ibidem Nr. 5, 1956) inspired by "Blank Intruder" (Karl Fulves, 1975) 1978 Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 11) 597
Philip T. Goldstein Back Gammon packet all backs, changing back kicker see also "Back Gammon" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1985) 1978 Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 11) 597
Fred Robinson (reviewer) A Transatlantic Lecture by Philip T. Goldstein 1978 Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 11) 598
Philip T. Goldstein The Snap-Turn Count 2/4 1978 Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 12) 614
Philip T. Goldstein Very Good Hand card rises several time, all alike, royal flush as a kicker 1978 Notions 3
Philip T. Goldstein Broken Elevator ace, two and three, image of the three is shattered as a kicker 1978 Notions 4
Philip T. Goldstein Contrasting Prediction red/blue double backer see also "Synchroincidence" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1979) 1978 Notions 5
Philip T. Goldstein Prints Charming three cards, hand acts as a printing press 1978 Notions 6
Philip T. Goldstein Mac Donald Goldstein three double facers 1978 Notions 7
Philip T. Goldstein Maybe telepathy yes/no gag, cardboard with a flap 1978 Notions 9
Philip T. Goldstein Pop-Off removing a bubble from a balloon 1978 Notions 10
Philip T. Goldstein Another Birthday birthday number is counted from the deck and card predicted 1978 Notions 10
Philip T. Goldstein The Coupon Caper envelope prediction, three envelopes with message in it 1978 Notions 11
Philip T. Goldstein In Case Of ESP chosen ESP card is revealed, gaffed case 1978 Notions 12
Philip T. Goldstein Expansion behind a giant fan, a card changes and becomes a jumbo card 1978 The Phil Goldstein Convention Lecture 2
Philip T. Goldstein Flushing five blank cards are printed on both sides, royal flush see also "Four Blank Cards" (Walt Lees, 1980) 1978 The Phil Goldstein Convention Lecture 3
Philip T. Goldstein Maybe telepathy yes/no gag, cardboard with a flap 1978 The Phil Goldstein Convention Lecture 4
Philip T. Goldstein & Sid Lorraine Maybe-Plus variation by Sid Lorraine 1978 The Phil Goldstein Convention Lecture 4
Philip T. Goldstein Calculated Theft from envelope to other envelope 1978 The Phil Goldstein Convention Lecture 5
Philip T. Goldstein In Case of ESP chosen ESP card is revealed, gaffed case 1978 The Phil Goldstein Convention Lecture 6
Philip T. Goldstein Zodiaction spectator looks at a chart with the zodiac signs and thinks of one 1978 The Phil Goldstein Convention Lecture 6
Philip T. Goldstein Pop-Off removing a bubble from a balloon 1978 The Phil Goldstein Convention Lecture 7
Philip T. Goldstein Sidewinder three cards change front and back, with a sidewinder card 1978 The Phil Goldstein Convention Lecture 9
Philip T. Goldstein Flushing five blank cards are printed on both sides, royal flush 1978 A Transatlantic Lecture 2
Philip T. Goldstein Maybe telepathy yes/no gag, cardboard with a flap 1978 A Transatlantic Lecture 3
Philip T. Goldstein Another Birthday birthday number is counted from the deck and card predicted 1978 A Transatlantic Lecture 4
Philip T. Goldstein Calculated Theft from envelope to other envelope 1978 A Transatlantic Lecture 4
Philip T. Goldstein In Case Of ESP chosen ESP card is revealed, gaffed case 1978 A Transatlantic Lecture 6
Philip T. Goldstein Zodiaction spectator looks at a chart with the zodiac signs and thinks of one 1978 A Transatlantic Lecture 6
Philip T. Goldstein Pop-Off removing a bubble from a balloon 1978 A Transatlantic Lecture 7
Philip T. Goldstein Sidewinder three cards change front and back 1978 A Transatlantic Lecture 8
Philip T. Goldstein Introduction 1978 Notions 1
Philip T. Goldstein Introduction on lecturing 1978 The Phil Goldstein Convention Lecture 1
Philip T. Goldstein Foreword 1978 A Transatlantic Lecture 1
Philip T. Goldstein Straight Up With A Twist royal flush kicker see also "Casanova" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1982) 1979 Card Cavalcade Finale 177
Philip T. Goldstein The Sweeper Wakes 1979 Card Cavalcade Finale 181
Philip T. Goldstein Progress Report joker placed face-down between aces, they turn over one by one inspired by "Progressive Aces" (Karl Fulves, 1972) 1979 CardMagic 72
Philip T. Goldstein Territory 1979 Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 3) 654
Philip T. Goldstein Intimate Spirit spirit writing appears on business card, signed on both sides by spectator 1979 Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 4) 667
Philip T. Goldstein Wolf Trap packet trick, ace and two change places 1979 Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 7) 702
Philip T. Goldstein Synch-Cerely ESP match 1979 Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 8) 720
Al Smith (reviewer) The Yellow Book of Mentalism by Philip T. Goldstein 1979 Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 9) 735
Al Smith (reviewer) Goldstein's Gallery by Philip T. Goldstein 1979 Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 9) 735
Philip T. Goldstein Twink spectator and performer select two cards, which happen to be mates, several versions with one and two decks and with four aces instead of random mates 1979 Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 11) 754
Philip T. Goldstein Psychia-Twist 1979 Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 12) 775
Philip T. Goldstein Windowshopper shopping prediction in envelope 1979 The Yellow Book of Mentalism 3
Philip T. Goldstein Shuffled Impulse one of six 1979 The Yellow Book of Mentalism 5
Philip T. Goldstein Designation prediction of geometric shape inspired by "(12) The Third Choice" (Tony Corinda, 1958) 1979 The Yellow Book of Mentalism 6
Philip T. Goldstein The Armchair Bowler imaginary game of bowling, prediction of knocked over pins 1979 The Yellow Book of Mentalism 8
Philip T. Goldstein Phona someone phoned who names zodiac of the caller 1979 The Yellow Book of Mentalism 13
Philip T. Goldstein Astro-Key twelve keys with zodiac labels, key with spectator's zodiac opens the lock varied by "Astrokey - Weber Notes" (Michael Weber, 2015) 1979 The Yellow Book of Mentalism 15
Philip T. Goldstein Quindex 1979 The Yellow Book of Mentalism 17
Philip T. Goldstein Modern Dart card is chosen by tossing a dart, five-way inspired by "To the Point" (Bill Taylor, 1970) 1979 The Yellow Book of Mentalism 18
Philip T. Goldstein Resolution three new year's resolutions are predicted 1979 The Yellow Book of Mentalism 20
Philip T. Goldstein Doubleview two person select a card, both are divined 1979 The Yellow Book of Mentalism 22
Philip T. Goldstein Introduction why magicians think mentalism is easy 1979 The Yellow Book of Mentalism 2
Philip T. Goldstein Newts four kings change into tens and aces and backs turn from red to blue to green 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 1
Philip T. Goldstein Picasso Aces four blue-backed aces, twelve red-backed cards, aces transpose one by one 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 2
Frederick Braue & Philip T. Goldstein Braue Addition variation 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 2
Philip T. Goldstein True Blue sandwich with odd backed kings 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 5
Philip T. Goldstein First Raid odd-backed collectors cards 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 5
Philip T. Goldstein Second Raid odd-backed collectors cards 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 7
Philip T. Goldstein Switch-Out 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 7
Philip T. Goldstein Third Raid odd-backed collectors cards 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 8
Philip T. Goldstein Odd Passengers two red cards penetrate four black cards twice 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 8
Philip T. Goldstein Contagion I five black cards and one red card, when red card touches black card, they turn over and turn into red cards 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 10
Philip T. Goldstein Contagion II Contagion I with different colored backs 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 10
Philip T. Goldstein Contagion III faces vanish 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 11
Philip T. Goldstein Brevis odd back and three other cards have different values 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 11
Philip T. Goldstein Mixed Triplets 3x3, three phases, in the end all cards are black 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 12
Philip T. Goldstein Off-Balance Leader color-groups with two different numerical sizes see also Karl Fulves' "Transpo Trix",
"Bodkin" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1984)
1979 Goldstein's Gallery 14
Philip T. Goldstein A Simple Mutation 1979 Goldstein's Gallery 15
Philip T. Goldstein Dear Customer 1979 Tearable 1
Philip T. Goldstein Tearable two cards are torn, halves transpose several times 1979 Tearable 1
Philip T. Goldstein Cycle backs of four cards change color, red/blue double backer 1979 Cycle! 2
Philip T. Goldstein Cycle Exchange daley's last trick with color changing back kicker 1979 Cycle! 3
Philip T. Goldstein Cycle Twist twisting four cards, one by one, with color changing back kicker 1979 Cycle! 3
Philip T. Goldstein Cycle Elevator packet elevator with color changing back kicker 1979 Cycle! 5
Philip T. Goldstein Penetration of Blank four kings and four blank cards inspired by "Penetration of Thought" (Dai Vernon, 1957) 1979 Snow 2
Philip T. Goldstein Lassie with four aces, all cards are blank as a climax 1979 Snow 3
Philip T. Goldstein Choice Print four blank cards change into selection one by one, and eventually back to blank see also "Short Circuit" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1984) 1979 Snow 6
Philip T. Goldstein Matswitch under cover of close up mat in context of routine in which card travels to under mat see also "Selected Sources for Deck Switches" (Roberto Giobbi, 2013) 1980 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 3 No. 1) 292
Philip T. Goldstein Monte Plus Minus 1980 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 3 No. 7) 366
Philip T. Goldstein Mexican Turnover Variation three card monte context 1980 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 3 No. 7) 367
Philip T. Goldstein Abacus cut-off number of cards and single card are predicted/divined, partial stack varied by "Impromptu Abacus" (Jean-Jaques Sanvert, 1981),
"Abacus III" (Charles Hudson, 1983)
1980 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 3 No. 10) 397
Philip T. Goldstein Ringleader fingerring vanishes and appears knoted on a cord 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 2) 802
Philip T. Goldstein Data date is predicted 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 5) 848
Dai Vernon & Philip T. Goldstein Dai Vernon's Centerpiece center deal bluff 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 6) 863
Philip T. Goldstein Amulation ring travels from a box into an amulet, which was put into another box 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 7) 879
Walt Lees (reviewer) Spectacle by Philip T. Goldstein 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 11) 944
Philip T. Goldstein Precoinition box with different coins shown, chosen one is predicted
- Gaffed Box Version (Corinda Money Box)
- No Gaff Version (verbal ploy, spectators assume there are more coins)
see also "(7) Corinda's "Money Box"" (Tony Corinda, 1958) 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 11) 944
Philip T. Goldstein Simple Oscar 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 12) 954
Philip T. Goldstein Simple Thornton back changes as a kicker 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 12) 958
Philip T. Goldstein Either Aura medium sense aura of an object, which was held over a box 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 12) 959
Philip T. Goldstein Jan-Ken-Pon rock paper scissors cards, winning card and prediction 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 12) 960
Philip T. Goldstein Brasso Profundo finger rings on a cord, penetrate brass nut under handkerchief 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 12) 962
Philip T. Goldstein 37th Parallel prediction and spectator guesses second spectator's result 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 12) 962
Philip T. Goldstein Spirit Count 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 12) 963
Philip T. Goldstein Dowsing For Dollars three pennies and a half dollar in four envelopes, spectator finds the silver with dowsing device inspired by "(12) The Third Choice" (Tony Corinda, 1958) 1980 The Violet Book of Mentalism 3
Philip T. Goldstein Kirigami paper with letters, spectator folds and cuts it, then he forms a word with the either face up or face down letters 1980 The Violet Book of Mentalism 4
Philip T. Goldstein One Hand Clapping coding system, for zodiac signs or other lists 1980 The Violet Book of Mentalism 5
Philip T. Goldstein Squarot prediction of a tarot card, magic square force, see also Wilbur Kattner's "Tarot Trick" in "Pallbearer's Review" 9/74 1980 The Violet Book of Mentalism 7
Philip T. Goldstein & Walter B. Gibson & Maurice Kraitchik Rainbow Matrix number force with a magic square, see also Mel Stover's "Days Of Force" in Phoenix #77 and "The Irrisistible Force“ in New Phoenix #340 see also "Days of Force" (Mel Stover, 1945),
varied by "Rainbow Matrix - Weber Notes" (Michael Weber, 2015)
1980 The Violet Book of Mentalism 8
Philip T. Goldstein Karma photo prediction of chosen car color and license plate number 1980 The Violet Book of Mentalism 9
Philip T. Goldstein & Dennis Marks Indication prediction of one of five words written on a card varied by "All Bets Covered" (Gene Grant, 1981) 1980 The Violet Book of Mentalism 10
Philip T. Goldstein French Active five flags, chosen one is predicted, off-beat 1980 The Violet Book of Mentalism 12
Philip T. Goldstein Psiangle one card is predicted, one identified by clairvoyance and the third by telepathy 1980 The Violet Book of Mentalism 12
Philip T. Goldstein Glimpsing the Bottom Two Cards 1980 The Violet Book of Mentalism 14
Philip T. Goldstein Racer's Edge fictitious horse race, with cards 1980 The Violet Book of Mentalism 15
Philip T. Goldstein Masque joker transforms into three selection one by one, last phase is a transposition 1980 Masque 1
Philip T. Goldstein Introduction on the release of the routine 1980 Masque 1
Philip T. Goldstein Introduction 1980 The Violet Book of Mentalism 2
Philip T. Goldstein Ahoy There! book test featuring a matrix number force 1981 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 4 No. 4) 474
Philip T. Goldstein Diveswitch 1981 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "Trionic") 83
Philip T. Goldstein A Fine Mesh two selections between three jokers vanish, then a joker finds the selections in deck on either side, red/blue double backer 1981 Quasimodo / A Fine Mesh 1
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
Philip T. Goldstein Dunbury Sandwich To Go wrong card is found, sandwich cards change, right card is now sandwiched 1982 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5 No. 7) 654
Jeff Busby (reviewer) Thunday by Philip T. Goldstein 1982 Epoptica (Issue 2) 89
Jeff Busby (reviewer) Exile by Philip T. Goldstein 1982 Epoptica (Issue 2) 90
Philip T. Goldstein Star-Tell set of ESP cards with cirles and one star, star is chosen by spectator and random layout is predicted (wash off marker) 1982 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 1 No. 3) 19
Philip T. Goldstein Double-Bluff 2 cards transpose from deck to deck (different back colors) two times 1982 Best of Friends 187
Philip T. Goldstein Ascension transformation kicker, inspired by of Roy Walton's "Oil and Queens" inspired by "A Logical Conclusion" (Larry Jennings, 1988),
see also "Ascension Transposition" (Randy Wakeman & Philip T. Goldstein, 1985)
1982 Best of Friends 473
Philip T. Goldstein Packetrainer 1982 Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 3) 1012
Philip T. Goldstein All for Nought tic tac toe prediction, see also Howard Lyon's "Noughty Crosses" (Ibidem #17) 1982 Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 5) 1040
Philip T. Goldstein Casanova see also "Straight Up With A Twist" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1979) 1982 Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 6) 1060
Philip T. Goldstein Tenting Trip card jumps from deck to packet and back 1982 Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 7) 1066
Philip T. Goldstein Con-Sequence credit information, color changing back kicker inspired by "The Amorphous Ace" (Brother John Hamman, 1989) 1982 shuffled lecture 1
Philip T. Goldstein New Wave spectator reverses one of 5 ESP cards, same is reversed in packet in envelope 1982 shuffled lecture 3
Philip T. Goldstein & Walter B. Gibson & Maurice Kraitchik Rainbow Matrix number force with a magic square, see also "The Irrisistible Force“ in New Phoenix #340 see also "Days of Force" (Mel Stover, 1945) 1982 shuffled lecture 4
Philip T. Goldstein Prints Charming three cards, hand acts as a printing press 1982 shuffled lecture 5
Philip T. Goldstein Pop-Off removing a bubble from a balloon 1982 shuffled lecture 6
Philip T. Goldstein Flushtration Count 1982 shuffled lecture 5
Philip T. Goldstein & Stewart James Ice Dice chosen values lie at chosen numbers, imaginary dice see also "Pure Mathematics" (Dai Vernon, 1967),
"Change X Change" (Karl Fulves, 1992)
1982 shuffled lecture 6
Philip T. Goldstein Severence Pay-Off rope cut in paper tube, black art 1982 shuffled lecture 7
Philip T. Goldstein The Mind's Eye Deck picture cards, card is divined 1982 shuffled lecture 8
Philip T. Goldstein Calculated Theft from envelope to other envelope 1982 shuffled lecture 10
Philip T. Goldstein The Hawk two cards noted while back turned, one found by shouting stop, other named, part of the "Birds of Prey" locations 1982 Thunday 1
Philip T. Goldstein Abacus cut-off number of cards and single card are predicted/divined, partial stack 1982 Thunday 3
Philip T. Goldstein Cumulative three cards chosen from ten-card packet with dealing procedure inspired by "Auto-Prediction" (Alex Elmsley, 1994),
see also "Never on Thunday" (Jon Racherbaumer & Philip T. Goldstein, 1983)
1982 Thunday 5
Philip T. Goldstein Mutus Nomen Comments 1982 Silentwe 1
Philip T. Goldstein & Thomas Alan Waters Nomen Omen Mutus Nomen using Tarot cards see also "MuTarot" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1981) 1982 Silentwe 3
Philip T. Goldstein Nomenotes Mutus Nomen with Tarot cards 1982 Silentwe 5
Philip T. Goldstein Astromutus Mutus Nomen with twelve astrological signs 1982 Silentwe 6
Philip T. Goldstein & Dai Vernon Astronomen Mutus Nomen with twelve astrological signs 1982 Silentwe 8
Gene Finnell & Philip T. Goldstein Free Cut Procedure Variation 1982 Silentwe 6
Thomas Alan Waters & Philip T. Goldstein Anagramarye selected word from a text is divined, with ABC cards inspired by Sam Schwartz' "Anagramatic" in "Linking Ring", Vol. 43, No.1. 1963 1982 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "Octasm") 336
Philip T. Goldstein Cubicle spectator scrambled Rubik's cube and throws it, number of yellow squares on top predicted 1982 The Magic of the Cube 19
Philip T. Goldstein New Wave spectator reverses one of five ESP cards, same is reversed in packet in envelope 1982 12/12 1
Philip T. Goldstein Mathemusical number arrived at via calculator procedure (subtraction of three digits and its reverse, then cross sum), that number on a list of song is played by calculator 1982 12/12 2
Philip T. Goldstein Strung Out card is selected and signed from a deck with hole drilled through it, deck threaded with a cord and selection removed under silk, duplicate 1982 12/12 3
Philip T. Goldstein Precoinition box with (apparently many but only four) different coins shown, chosen one is predicted 1982 12/12 4
Philip T. Goldstein Manhattan Transfer lie speller with automatic control, credit information for Lie Spelling inspired by "Perfect Speller" (Bruce Cervon, 1968) 1982 12/12 5
Philip T. Goldstein Back-Ordered four card small packet All Backs 1982 12/12 7
Philip T. Goldstein The Mind's Eye Deck picture cards, card is divined 1982 12/12 9
Philip T. Goldstein Short Jump only eight cards, instant assembly 1983 The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 2 25
Philip T. Goldstein Partial Switch 2 four 2, using two packets of four cards each 1983 The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 2 25
Gene Maze & Philip T. Goldstein & Ken Krenzel Crandall Turnover Variation as packet on table is turned over, brief 1983 The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 2 26
Philip T. Goldstein & Jim Lee Area Code three cards appear between sandwich cards one by one, surprise kicker by Jim Lee 1983 The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 2 27
Philip T. Goldstein Positive I.D. four 1-in-2 chances predicted correctly, No-Gag kicker 1983 The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 2 119
Philip T. Goldstein Scissoring rope is cut to remove finger ring and restored 1983 The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 2 120
Philip T. Goldstein High Protean fronts and backs change 1983 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 6 No. 8) 814
Philip T. Goldstein Haback Count combination of Hamman Count and Flushtration Count 1983 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 6 No. 8) 814
Jeff Busby (reviewer) Silentwe by Philip T. Goldstein 1983 Epoptica (Issue 3) 158
Philip T. Goldstein Pre-Posted inspired by "Post It!" (Derek Dingle, 1982) 1983 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 1 No. 9) 79
Jon Racherbaumer & Philip T. Goldstein Never on Thunday 3 selections, divided deck inspired by "Cumulative" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1982) 1983 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 14) 136
Philip T. Goldstein Oddment four aces and jack change to four jacks and ace inspired by "A Curious Problem" (Karl Fulves, 1973) 1983 Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 10) 1117
Philip T. Goldstein Avanturn four jokers turn into aces 1983 Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 2) 1172
Brother John Hamman & Philip T. Goldstein Hamman Count variation 1983 Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 2) 1172
Philip T. Goldstein Avanturn II 1983 Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 2) 1172
Philip T. Goldstein Avanturn III 1983 Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 2) 1173
Philip T. Goldstein Avanturn IV 1983 Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 2) 1173
Philip T. Goldstein & Frank Thompson Exitwist twisting with four jokers, one vanishes at the end see also "Twisted Aces Redivivus" (Daryl Martinez, 1980) 1983 MajorMinor 2
Philip T. Goldstein ExtraExitwist additional color-changing back kicker 1983 MajorMinor 4
Philip T. Goldstein ExtendedExitwist joker becomes red face and vanishes 1983 MajorMinor 6
Philip T. Goldstein The Ghostback Count Elmsley/Flushtration combination from Pinch Grip 1983 MajorMinor 7
Philip T. Goldstein Chromavator elevator packet version, color-changing back kicker 1983 MajorMinor 8
Philip T. Goldstein Chromatwist color-changing back kicker 1983 MajorMinor 9
Philip T. Goldstein Chromated combining preceding Chromavator and Chromatwist 1983 MajorMinor 10
Philip T. Goldstein Chromatose combining preceding Chromavator and Chromatwist 1983 MajorMinor 11
Philip T. Goldstein Slide Three-Way 3 all alike display 1983 MajorMinor 12
Philip T. Goldstein Odd Monte 3 business cards used 1983 MajorMinor 12
Philip T. Goldstein Sans Fronds without palming inspired by "The Mystery Card" (Larry Jennings, 1986) 1984 The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 3 96
Philip T. Goldstein Simulated Placement of Card in Pocket left outside pocket, stolen back to deck 1984 The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 3 96
Philip T. Goldstein & Rick Johnsson Simplified Empty Kosky Switch stealing card from sandwich onto deck 1984 The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 3 97
Philip T. Goldstein Pretense one phase 1984 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 7 No. 2) 886
Jeff Busby (reviewer) MajorMinor by Philip T. Goldstein 1984 Epoptica (Issue 5) 261
Philip T. Goldstein Alphabetween alphabet card, initials of spectator are found via Business Card Prophecy Move 1984 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 20) 187
Philip T. Goldstein Choice Flesh 1984 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 20) 188
Philip T. Goldstein Drawing Conclusions off-beat prediction method 1984 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 20) 189
Philip T. Goldstein Sinology silver and chinese coin under paper on table, they travel around and finally disappear, gaffed 1984 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 20) 190
Philip T. Goldstein Quintemonte gaffed 1984 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 20) 191
Philip T. Goldstein Haback Count combination of Hamman Count and Flushtration Count 1984 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 20) 191
Philip T. Goldstein Midas behind the back the performer identifies coin and date on it 1984 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 20) 192
Philip T. Goldstein Short Circuit four blank cards transform into selection see also "Choice Print" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1979) 1984 Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 4) 1201
Philip T. Goldstein & Jerry Sadowitz & William Zavis Quietell inspired by "The Whisperers" (Jerry Sadowitz, 1982) 1984 West Coast Quarterly (Vol. 1 No. 1) 30
Philip T. Goldstein & Jerry Sadowitz Quietell Jr. inspired by "The Whisperers" (Jerry Sadowitz, 1982) 1984 West Coast Quarterly (Vol. 1 No. 1) 34
Philip T. Goldstein Sottovoce four-ace-kicker inspired by "The Whisperers" (Jerry Sadowitz, 1982) 1984 West Coast Quarterly (Vol. 1 No. 1) 37
Philip T. Goldstein & Stephen Tucker Muster odd-backed blank card becomes (open) red-blue double backer, simplified version of Stephen Tucker's "You Must Be Psychic" (Cardiac-Arrest) 1984 West Coast Quarterly (Vol. 1 No. 2) 18
Philip T. Goldstein & Stephen Tucker Packet Muster packet version of Stephen Tucker's "You Must Be Psychic" (Cardiac-Arrest) 1984 West Coast Quarterly (Vol. 1 No. 2) 21
Philip T. Goldstein Zen Poker streamlined "can you see your suit/value... here?" see also "Demon's Divination" (Charles T. Jordan, 1938) 1984 Thequal 2
Philip T. Goldstein Think a Card Restriction subtle 1984 Thequal 2
Philip T. Goldstein Out of Sorts thought-of card (from 8) found and named with back turned 1984 Thequal 5
Philip T. Goldstein Counter Feat spectator finds his card at some position 1984 Thequal 6
Philip T. Goldstein & Patrick Page Shuffled Speller cut-to card is spelled out in second deck and produces same card, ungaffed approach for Patrick Page's "Beyond the Veil" inspired by "Beyond the Veil" (Patrick Page, 1959) 1984 Thequal 7
Philip T. Goldstein & Stewart James Reduz card and number predicted, elaboration on Stewart James' "Heduz" (Case For Cards) 1984 Thequal 8
Philip T. Goldstein & Alex Elmsley Q&AVM inspired by "Animal, Vegetable and Mineral" (Alex Elmsley, 1994),
see also "Trisonic" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1983)
1984 Thequal 9
Philip T. Goldstein ESPectrum thought-of colors divined, binary sorting see also "Inspectrum" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1986),
"Oct-See, More On" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1989)
1984 Thequal 12
Philip T. Goldstein Purple Prose numbers from number cards divined, using "self-correcting set-up" 1984 Thequal 14
Philip T. Goldstein Brainweave word or design cards are divined, "self-correcting set-up" see also "Dynamix" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1986) 1984 Thequal 15
Philip T. Goldstein Looming Thoughts combination with self-correcting set-up inspired by "Q&AVM" (Philip T. Goldstein & Alex Elmsley, 1984) 1984 Thequal 15
Philip T. Goldstein Fluttering Hearts four aces turn over one by one and changes back color, then they change into a royal flush 1984 Lechter Notes 1
Philip T. Goldstein ATFUS Variation 1984 Lechter Notes 1
Philip T. Goldstein Manhattan Transfer lie speller with automatic control, credit information for Lie Spelling inspired by "Perfect Speller" (Bruce Cervon, 1968) 1984 Lechter Notes 1
Philip T. Goldstein Bodkin five cards odd cards change with even cards see also "Off-Balance Leader" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1979) 1984 Lechter Notes 2
Philip T. Goldstein Hopscotch five cards put in order on table, always two cards are switched and are back in sequence again 1984 Lechter Notes 2
Philip T. Goldstein Dowsing for Dollars 3 pennies and a half dollar in four envelopes, spectator finds the silver with dowsing device 1984 Lechter Notes 2
Philip T. Goldstein Rosareveal two cut to cards predict a chosen card, reverse-faro 1984 Lechter Notes 3
Philip T. Goldstein Quadrangle four cards from a shuffled and borrowed deck are divined, when put on performer's palm 1984 Lechter Notes 3
Philip T. Goldstein & Shigeo Takagi Cash on the Corner handling for Shigeo Takagi's "Cash Card", four cardboard with plastic film attached, blank pieces of paper are inserted and they transform into bills, with torn corner kicker 1984 Lechter Notes 4
Philip T. Goldstein Picasso Aces four blue-backed aces, twelve red-backed cards, aces transpose one by one 1984 Lechter Notes 5
Philip T. Goldstein & Frederick Braue Braue Addition variation 1984 Lechter Notes 5
Philip T. Goldstein T.N.TWO spectator cuts to 2 kings which find 2 aces and transform in 2 missing aces 1985 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 8 No. 1) 1018
Richard Kaufman (reviewer) Thequal by Philip T. Goldstein 1985 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 3 No. 25,26&27) 268
Philip T. Goldstein Future Indicative deck cut in 4 packets, spectator choses top card of one pile, top cards of other piles are used to count down, mates to selection found 1985 Best of Friends - Volume II 403
Philip T. Goldstein Sub-Scription signed joker travels up and down in 4-card-packet, double backers 1985 Best of Friends - Volume II 437
Philip T. Goldstein & Brother John Hamman Pinch Grip Flushtration Count 1985 Best of Friends - Volume II 438
Randy Wakeman & Philip T. Goldstein Ascension Transposition Oil/Queens with transformation kicker inspired by "Ascension" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1982) 1985 Formula One Close-Up 4
Philip T. Goldstein & Louis Falanga Haback Count flushtration hamman count combo 1985 Lake Tahoe Card Magic 11
Philip T. Goldstein Tag Team ten cards with 5 famous couples / teams 1985 Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 9) 1272
Philip T. Goldstein Queens & Water oil and queens variation 1985 Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 9) 1273
Philip T. Goldstein Stand Up and Be Counting four card transpose one by one with four other cards, designed for stand up 1985 Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 9) 1273
Philip T. Goldstein Vertical Ghost Count 1985 Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 9) 1274
Philip T. Goldstein Greetings ideas inspired by "Christmas Cards" (Gay Ljungberg, 1984) 1985 Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 9) 1275
Philip T. Goldstein Eye-Cue based on Peter Warlock's “A Matter Of Design“ from “Methods Of Miracles“, erasable prediction 1985 Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 9) 1276
Philip T. Goldstein Paper Chase 1985 Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 9) 1276
Philip T. Goldstein Brackets faces of red cards vanish in the end (blanko) and their backs change as well, see also page 1991 in issue 11 1985 Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 9) 1277
Philip T. Goldstein Drop Contrast only red-backed card in blue-backed deck is found by spectator, red/blue double backer 1985 FISM Madrid 1985 1
Philip T. Goldstein Dowsing For Dollars 3 pennies and a half dollar in four envelopes, spectator finds the silver with dowsing device inspired by "(12) The Third Choice" (Tony Corinda, 1958) 1985 FISM Madrid 1985 1
Philip T. Goldstein Suspencil pencil sticks to hand, loops 1985 FISM Madrid 1985 2
Philip T. Goldstein Rackjobber 1985 FISM Madrid 1985 4
Philip T. Goldstein Strung-Out card is selected and signed from a deck with hole drilled through it, deck threaded with a cord and selection removed under silk, duplicate 1985 FISM Madrid 1985 5
Philip T. Goldstein Back Gammon packet all backs, changing back kicker see also "Back Gammon" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1978) 1985 FISM Madrid 1985 6
Philip T. Goldstein Final Fred thin cards 1985 FISM Madrid 1985 8
Philip T. Goldstein Preoction one of eight symbol cards is predicted, envelope addition 1985 FISM Madrid 1985 8
Philip T. Goldstein Fancy Dancer double facer 1985/87 Daryl's Ambitious Card Omnibus 98
Philip T. Goldstein Four-Fifths of the Truth impromptu-duplicate Idea 1985/87 Daryl's Ambitious Card Omnibus 63
Philip T. Goldstein Tabled Ambition 1985/87 Daryl's Ambitious Card Omnibus 46
Philip T. Goldstein PSI-Con Ruse double ended cards are placed in book (instead of apparatus) 1986 The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 5 63
Philip T. Goldstein The Mockingbird missing card divined, part of the "Birds of Prey" locations 1986 Amperthand 1
Philip T. Goldstein Astrologame game with zodiac cards and printed rules, signs revealed inspired by "Mark Of The Reader" (Karl Fulves, 1973) 1986 Amperthand 3
Philip T. Goldstein Nymble 3 spectators write their names on billets and change them around, performer knows who has what name 1986 Amperthand 4
Philip T. Goldstein Universal Speller card chosen by spelling any word 1986 Amperthand 5
Philip T. Goldstein & Len Belcher NeoGeo designs formed with puzzle/domino type cards divined, inspired by Len Belcher's "Geomino Trick" (Abra #924) 1986 Amperthand 6
Philip T. Goldstein & Toni Koynini Throw Rug card revealed via red-black pattern in layout of 7x7 cards on table, inspired by Toni Koynini's "Karpet" (Magic Wand, March 1953) 1986 Amperthand 8
Philip T. Goldstein Inspectrum thought-of colors divined see also "ESPectrum" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1984) 1986 Amperthand 10
Philip T. Goldstein Numper word from list divined, progressive anagram credit information see also "Numpersona" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1987) 1986 Amperthand 12
Philip T. Goldstein Dynamix word or design cards are divined, "self-correcting set-up", new approach inspired by "Brainweave" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1984) 1986 Amperthand 14
Philip T. Goldstein Final Fred thin cards 1986 Mix '86 1
Philip T. Goldstein Humthing cards with names of different songs, chosen one is played / divined, using non-existent titles that sound plausible 1986 Mix '86 2
Philip T. Goldstein Drop Contrast only red-backed card in blue-backed deck is found by spectator, red/blue double backer 1986 Mix '86 3
Philip T. Goldstein Suspencil pencil sticks to hand, loops 1986 Mix '86 4
Philip T. Goldstein Strung-Out card is selected and signed from a deck with hole drilled through it, deck threaded with a cord and selection removed under silk, duplicate 1986 Mix '86 6
Philip T. Goldstein Psign prediction of a sign, eight different symbols on a paper 1986 Mix '86 7
Philip T. Goldstein Currency Exchange five envelopes in wallet, one contains money, with prediction 1986 Mix '86 8
Jeff Busby (reviewer) ESP Dice Mysteries by Philip T. Goldstein (written by Various) 1987 Epoptica (Issue 10) 510
Philip T. Goldstein The Schizoid Rosary two piles created from deck, number of red card in one and court card in other pile predicted 1987 Doth 1
Philip T. Goldstein Raw Deal selection and chosen card revealed with down-under deal 1987 Doth 2
Philip T. Goldstein The Bonsai Variations - a. The Bonsai Principle 4 objects put down in random order by spectator, subtle restriction 1987 Doth 2
Philip T. Goldstein b. The Bonsai Prediction order of 4 ESP cards predicted 1987 Doth 3
Philip T. Goldstein c. The Bonsai Prediction II order of 4 ESP cards predicted, erasable marker for prediction 1987 Doth 4
Philip T. Goldstein d. Telephone Bonsai order of 4 ESP cards is divined by medium over phone 1987 Doth 4
Philip T. Goldstein e. The Bonsai Swap extension of Bonsai Principle 1987 Doth 5
Philip T. Goldstein f. The Bonsai Swap II extension of Bonsai Principle 1987 Doth 6
Philip T. Goldstein Scratch hexagram from "I Ching" build with line cards predicted see also "I Yates" (Jack Yates, 1986) 1987 Doth 6
Philip T. Goldstein Stax-Volt card produced with reverse faros predicted, number of cut-off cards found by adding values 1987 Doth 8
Philip T. Goldstein ESPrit property about order in ESP deck predicted after shuffle 1987 Doth 9
Philip T. Goldstein Force Majeur matrix force for any number, approach to Mel Stover's "Irresistible Force" (New Phoenix #340) 1987 Doth 9
Philip T. Goldstein Horse Sense race presentation 1987 Doth 10
Philip T. Goldstein Numpersona telephone application with astrological sign revelation inspired by "Numper" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1986) 1987 Doth 12
Philip T. Goldstein Message Units multiple phase telephone test with medium on other side, involving coin, bill, color, dice 1987 Doth 13
Philip T. Goldstein Phone Effects credit information 1987 Doth 13
Philip T. Goldstein Calvinist Poker spectator chooses five cards after shuffle, prediction about cards made 1987 Doth 14
Philip T. Goldstein Alphabits 1988 Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 11 No. 1) 1449
Jeff Busby (reviewer) Doth by Philip T. Goldstein 1988 Epoptica (Issue 11) 531
Philip T. Goldstein Suspencil pencil sticks to hand, loops 1988 Das Phil Goldstein Seminar 1
Philip T. Goldstein Drop Contrast only red-backed card in blue-backed deck is found by spectator, red/blue double backer 1988 Das Phil Goldstein Seminar 6
Philip T. Goldstein Strung-Out card is selected and signed from a deck with hole drilled through it, deck threaded with a cord and selection removed under silk, duplicate 1988 Das Phil Goldstein Seminar 8
Philip T. Goldstein Psign prediction of a sign, eight different symbols on a paper 1988 Das Phil Goldstein Seminar 10
Philip T. Goldstein & Shigeo Takagi Cash on the Corner handling for Shigeo Takagi's "Cash Card", four cardboard with plastic film attached, blank pieces of paper are inserted and they transform into bills, with torn corner kicker 1988 Das Phil Goldstein Seminar 12
Philip T. Goldstein Psi-Con Ruse double ended cards are placed in book (instead of apparatus) 1988 Das Phil Goldstein Seminar 17
Philip T. Goldstein Currency Exchange five envelopes in wallet, one contains money, with prediction 1988 Das Phil Goldstein Seminar 21
Philip T. Goldstein ESPresso removed ESP card divined with other cards, binary sorting 1989 Fifth 1
Philip T. Goldstein Mocha removed ESP card divined with other cards 1989 Fifth 1
Philip T. Goldstein Interrupted Gilbreath Principle 1989 Fifth 2
Philip T. Goldstein Encounter duplicate found in second deck when number is counted down, "Interrupted Gilbreath Principle" 1989 Fifth 2
Philip T. Goldstein & Robert E. Neale Toddler packet mixed face-up/face-down, values added up is force number inspired by "Baby Hummer" (Charles Hudson, Linking Ring),
varied by "Number Hummer" (Robert E. Neale, 1973)
1989 Fifth 3
Philip T. Goldstein Fraternal Twins 2 cards are selected by counting and spelling, predicted 1989 Fifth 4
Philip T. Goldstein Diskette reading with layout with coins, based on Hummer's "Dial a Date Deal" 1989 Fifth 5
Philip T. Goldstein Oct-See, More On thought-of colors divined with color cards see also "ESPectrum" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1984) 1989 Fifth 6
Philip T. Goldstein & Karl Fulves Forehand four matching pairs generated, based on Fulves's "Hand Out" (And a Packet of Cards) 1989 Fifth 7
Philip T. Goldstein Knowker performer divines high card in poker hand, then full hand 1989 Fifth 8
Philip T. Goldstein Huplication 1989 Fifth 10
Philip T. Goldstein Monaural spectator thinks of name in address book, divined 1989 Fifth 14
Philip T. Goldstein ThreESP 1990 Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 13 No. 9) 1834
Philip T. Goldstein Suspencil pencil sticks to hand, loops 1990 NYCANOTES 1
Philip T. Goldstein Final Fred thin cards 1990 NYCANOTES 2
Philip T. Goldstein Severence Pay-Off rope cut in paper tube, black art 1990 NYCANOTES 2
Philip T. Goldstein Strung-Out card is selected and signed from a deck with hole drilled through it, deck threaded with a cord and selection removed under silk, duplicate 1990 NYCANOTES 3
Philip T. Goldstein Psign prediction of a sign, eight different symbols on a paper 1990 NYCANOTES 3
Philip T. Goldstein Shinkansen cards across with four red and four blue cards, chosen card travels 1990 NYCANOTES 4
Philip T. Goldstein Humthing cards with names of different songs, chosen one is played / divined, using non-existent titles that sound plausible 1990 NYCANOTES 5
Philip T. Goldstein Drop Contrast only red-backed card in blue-backed deck is found by spectator, red/blue double backer 1990 NYCANOTES 5
Philip T. Goldstein O, Wonder anagram prediction 1991 Square One 49
Philip T. Goldstein Playing Cards cards in poker hand divined, "Centrifugal Poker" 1991 Thavant 4
Philip T. Goldstein Celebrities celebrity cards for divination routine 1991 Thavant 7
Philip T. Goldstein Designs & Pictures 1991 Thavant 9
Philip T. Goldstein Concept Fishing 1991 Thavant 10
Philip T. Goldstein Digression: Concealed Cards rough-smooth marking method (through handkerchief) 1991 Thavant 12
Philip T. Goldstein Word Games word made out of alphabet cards divined 1991 Thavant 13
Philip T. Goldstein Numbers selected number cards added up 1991 Thavant 15
Philip T. Goldstein ESP Cards some cards selected via dealing and divined 1991 Thavant 17
Philip T. Goldstein Letters some alphabet cards selected via dealing and divined 1991 Thavant 20
Philip T. Goldstein Children's Alphabet cards selected via dealing are divined 1991 Thavant 23
Philip T. Goldstein Postcards postcards selected via dealing are divined 1991 Thavant 24
Philip T. Goldstein Combination various design cards, some selected via dealing and divined 1991 Thavant 25
Philip T. Goldstein Mix Me Deadly murder, weapon and victim chosen from game cards and divined, using single riffle shuffle 1991 Thavant 30
Philip T. Goldstein Soloflex selected information on word cards divined, inspired by T. A. Waters's "Adamsmyth" (Octasm) see also "Synonymax" (Tom Stone & Stewart James & Max Maven*, 2011) 1991 Thavant 33
Philip T. Goldstein Janushuffle double sided ESP cards, "polyhedronal approach to the Gilbreath Principle" 1991 Thavant 37
Philip T. Goldstein A Clash of Symbols 3 phase ESP routine with cards in envelopes which also have symbols, "three-sided approach to the Gilbreath Principle" also published as "A Clash of Symbols" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1998),
"A Clash of Symbols" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1999),
"A Clash of Symbols" (Philip T. Goldstein, 2000),
"A Clash of Symbols" (Philip T. Goldstein, 2000),
"A Clash of Symbols" (Philip T. Goldstein, 2000),
"A Clash of Symbols" (Philip T. Goldstein, 2002),
"A Clash of Symbols" (Philip T. Goldstein, 2003),
"A Clash of Symbols" (Philip T. Goldstein, 2003),
"A Clash of Symbols" (Max Maven*, 2016)
1991 Thavant 41
Philip T. Goldstein & Bob Somerfeld Riposte envelopes with items inside, selection with back turned is divined, sound reading inspired by "Ripping!" (Bob Somerfeld, 1951) 1991 Thavant 44
Philip T. Goldstein Jan-Ken-Ponder rock-paper-scissors variant with coins or chips 1991 Swindle & Cheat 48
Philip T. Goldstein Suspencil pencil sticks to hand, loops 1991 Music City Conclave 1992 Notes 1
Philip T. Goldstein B'Wave four cards, only named queen is reversed others are blank 1991 Music City Conclave 1992 Notes 3
Philip T. Goldstein Humthing cards with names of different songs, chosen one is played / divined, using non-existent titles that sound plausible 1991 Music City Conclave 1992 Notes 4
Philip T. Goldstein Shinkansen cards across with four red and four blue cards, chosen card travels 1991 Music City Conclave 1992 Notes 5
Philip T. Goldstein Zenvelopes 10 ESP cards in envelopes are sorted in pairs by spectator inspired by "Tenvelopes" (Karl Fulves, 1989) 1991 Music City Conclave 1992 Notes 8
Philip T. Goldstein Numberskull with three decks, one deck with numbers from one to 52 see also Mark Leveridge's "Count Down",
"Numero" (Aage Darling, 1953),
"Touch" (Paul Curry, 2001)
1991 Music City Conclave 1992 Notes 9
Philip T. Goldstein Strung-Out card is selected and signed from a deck with hole drilled through it, deck threaded with a cord and selection removed under silk, duplicate 1991 Music City Conclave 1992 Notes 11
Philip T. Goldstein Psign prediction of a sign, eight different symbols on a paper 1991 Music City Conclave 1992 Notes 12
Philip T. Goldstein Octext spectator choses one of 8 words and removes its letters from alphabet deck, divined with pendulum, binary coding via card removal from deck, for correction see reference inspired by Hummer's Bible Trick (Bob Hummer),
see also "Magic Carpet" (Bob Hummer),
"Octext" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1992)
1992 New Sorcerer (Vol. 1 No. 1) 6
Philip T. Goldstein True Hue colors on cards used for selection of a color, this is predicted, includes sucker gag prediction 1992 New Sorcerer (Vol. 1 No. 2) 8
Philip T. Goldstein Octext corrected description, spectator choses one of 8 words and removes its letters from alphabet deck, divined with pendulum, binary coding via card removal from deck see also "Octext" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1992) 1992 New Sorcerer (Vol. 1 No. 2) 27
Philip T. Goldstein & Michael Close Haback Count Variation flushtration hamman count combo 1993 Workers Number 3 106
William Goodwin & Philip T. Goldstein Propelled Penetration Plus signed card penetrates booklet several times, then appears inside its pages, extension of Goldstein's "Propelled Penetration" (Shattershot) 1993 Notes from the Batcave 3
Philip T. Goldstein Four Sure mates & four of a kind are found with dice, mathematical 1994 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 17 No. 7) 2380
Philip T. Goldstein Contimental any European country thought of and divined varied by "Contimental - Weber Notes" (Michael Weber, 2015) 1994 Thabbatical 3
Philip T. Goldstein Range-Rider Branching Anagrams applied to States in the USA 1994 Thabbatical 6
Philip T. Goldstein Travelogos 2 cities and a weekday divined or spelled to, postcards 1994 Thabbatical 8
Philip T. Goldstein Symbue color cards, thought of color & design spelled to, progressive speller principle 1994 Thabbatical 12
Philip T. Goldstein Twice in Half 2 cards removed from half deck and spelled down, card there predicted see also "Half in Twice" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1994) 1994 Thabbatical 15
Philip T. Goldstein Addition via Prediction 1994 Thabbatical 17
Philip T. Goldstein Half in Twice full-deck version inspired by "Twice in Half" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1994) 1994 Thabbatical 18
Philip T. Goldstein Roundelay one of seven cards with materials on them selected via elimination procedure 1994 Thabbatical 20
Philip T. Goldstein Elimination Count or Spell see also More Magic, credit information 1994 Thabbatical 20
Philip T. Goldstein Roundelay Variations 14 different word lists and presentations 1994 Thabbatical 23
Philip T. Goldstein Pangmaster letter/word tiles used for a coincidence 1994 Thabbatical 27
Philip T. Goldstein & Peter Duffie Flex alphabet cards are mixed and distributed, one person only can form a word which is predicted inspired by "The Official Card Catcher" (Peter Duffie, Imagine),
see also "Cheap Flex" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1994)
1994 Thabbatical 30
Philip T. Goldstein Cheap Flex four-spectator adaption inspired by "Flex" (Philip T. Goldstein & Peter Duffie, 1994) 1994 Thabbatical 33
Philip T. Goldstein Ord-er cards chosen from alphabet deck, word formed and divined, see also "My World" (Arturo, Abra #751), "Ord" (Goldstein, Linking Ring) 1994 Thabbatical 35
Philip T. Goldstein & Stewart James Shufflegram inspired by Stewart James "Webster Had A Word For It" (Linking Ring)
- First Avenue
- Second Avenue
1994 Thabbatical 38
Philip T. Goldstein Unigram word built with alphabet cards divined 1994 Thabbatical 44
Philip T. Goldstein Seak pack of alphabet cards and pack with words lists used for word divination 1994 Thabbatical 46
Philip T. Goldstein Zodiagnostic word thought of from small zodiac booklet 1994 Thabbatical 52
Philip T. Goldstein & Karl Fulves Yada pack with ten arrow cards inspired by "Unmatch" (Karl Fulves, 1971),
"Color Thot" (Martin Gardner, 1972)
1994 Thabbatical 59
Philip T. Goldstein Duprediction arrangement of symbol cards predicted inspired by "Self-Duplicating Set-ups" (Karl Fulves, 1968) 1994 Thabbatical 62
Philip T. Goldstein Duplex alphabet cards inspired by "Self-Duplicating Set-ups" (Karl Fulves, 1968) 1994 Thabbatical 67
Philip T. Goldstein Dupacetic 4 cards of each suit inspired by "Self-Duplicating Set-ups" (Karl Fulves, 1968) 1994 Thabbatical 69
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
Philip T. Goldstein Calcium calculation oddity with 9 digits, done with 9 cards 1994 Thabbatical 74
Philip T. Goldstein Verity Off chips with numbers and letters on them are used to predict numbers chosen from number deck, anagram 1994 Thabbatical 76
Philip T. Goldstein Boustrophedon 2 cards chosen behind back divined 1994 Thabbatical 79
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