120 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Location / Challenge Locations / Challenge Single Card Location / No-Touch Locations
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Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Die Prädestinationsgabe two decks, spectator remembers one and its position in one deck, then he counts down in second deck from position to previously predicted number, selection is thereRelated toAlso published here Der moderne Kartenkünstler 111
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Die Prädestinationsgabe two decks, spectator remembers one and its position in one deck, then he counts down in second deck from position to previously predicted number, selection is thereAlso published here Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 1 No. 11) 161
Charles T. Jordan Change Your Mind? No. 27, one of two cards thought-of, replaced, found Thirty Card Mysteries 72
Charles T. Jordan The Discard Trick two cards chosen by fair cuts, spectator deals into piles and left-over cards are keys for selectionsRelated to
  • "Exact Location" (Juan Tamariz, Mnemonica)
The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Card Tricks) 21
Theodore Annemann The Challenge of the Year long distance location, one-way backsRelated toAlso published here SH-H-H--! It's A Secret 15
Unknown The Automatic Speller no-touch, procedure heavy Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 101
Milton Sleight of Foot deck is kicked with foot and splits at selection, salt Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 39
Unknown Divination Supreme out-of hand selection, one-way backRelated toVariations Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 139
Unknown Long Distance Location edge one-way backs Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 150
Theodore Annemann Challenge of the Year long distance location, one-way backsRelated to Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 157
Theodore Annemann A Miracle out-of hand selection, one-way back Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 163
Paul Rosini A Problem in the Fourth Dimension daub Greater Magic 74
Unknown The Spectator Does it All cards are put in pocket and one selected, performer divines number of pocketed cards and selection Greater Magic 226
Robert Parrish Name Your Favorite any card named, after riffle shuffle spectator goes through cards and performer stops him at named card Do That Again! 30
Unknown Simultaneous Magic four decks, four people think of a card and later spell it (progressive spelling set-up) More Card Manipulations (Issue 2) 41
Barbara Stanwyck Bits of Presto article touched in other room, performer knows, same with card selection The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 52) 359
Unknown An Incredible Location spectator cuts to bridge Expert Card Technique 334
Unknown It Must Be Magic spelling Expert Card Technique 382
Audley Walsh The Mystic Twelve cards pocketed and another remembered, performer divines position of selection and number of cards in pocket, reverse-count forceVariations The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 82) 531
Kent Arthur The Professor's Card Trick mathematical The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 148) 823
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue Astro-Vision spectator turns card end for end on his own, stripper deck The Stripper Deck 13
Edward Marlo The First Miracle daubed spectator, three variations Tricks with Daub 4
Edward Marlo Just Another Miracle distant daubed key card Tricks with Daub 5
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Heaps as Rusduck, spectator finds his own card, a lot of dealing, TantalizerVariations The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 98) 397
J. Stewart Smith In His Hands Watch This One! 39
John Hamilton Heaps again spectator finds his own card, with just eight cards, sort of TantalizerInspired byVariations The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 140) 562
Eddie Joseph Heart Throb spectator thinks of number between five and twenty and remembers card at that position, another card is chosen, both found while spectator deals through the deck Heart Throb 2
Unknown The Non-Poker Voice no-touch, suit The Royal Road to Card Magic 76
Unknown The Mahatma Marvel Card Trick Location with spectator dealing and distant key card Tricks and Stunts With Playing Cards 35
Joe Barnett Hands-Off Miracle No. 35, Spectator cuts to, remembers bottom card, and replaces packet. Magician is able to cut to selection. (Salt location) Scarne on Card Tricks 63
Bert Allerton, Henry Christ Allerchrist Card Trick No. 63, MathematicalInspired byVariations Scarne on Card Tricks 114
Charles Hudson Sorcerer's Sevens III Related to The Cardiste (Issue 5) 7
Harry Lorayne Stop! estimation of place spectator cuts to Close-up Card Magic 64
Karl Fulves A Location position of two free selections are divined, riffle shuffle methodVariations Epilogue (Issue 3) 22
Karl Fulves Future Perfect Miraskill with face-up/face-down instead of red/black, previous selection found in odd-colored pileRelated toVariations Riffle Shuffle Set-Ups 58
John Hamilton 3 by 3 three cards in packet divined, no-touch The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 10) 352
William Alstrand, Harry Lorayne Super Location first packets of seven cards are cut to as estimation demo, then challenge locationInspired by
  • "A Card Trick for Experts" (William Alstrand, Hugard's Magic Monthly)
Reputation-Makers 32
Audley Walsh, Jon Racherbaumer The Mystic Twelve Recall cards pocketed and another remembered, performer divines position of selection and number of cards in pocket, reverse-count forceInspired by On the Clock Effect 5
Unknown Clear Voyant stacked, spectator shuffles, "queen removal"-glimpse Million Dollar Card Secrets 67
Nick Conticello The Non-Telephone Telephone Trick small packet, spectator selects a card, does some rearranging and is left with cardVariations Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 7 137
Simon Aronson Some People Think interlocking chains Kabbala — Volume 2 (Vol. 2 No. 8) 58
Karl Fulves A Location position of two free selections are divined, riffle shuffle method Riffle Shuffle Set-Ups 25
Paul Curry The Missing Thought spectator sits on a card, looks at all the other cards, magician checks all the cards he receives on a pad, except the chosen one Paul Curry Presents 71
Karl Fulves White Line Problem no-touch condition definition, spectator upjogs four-of-a-kind and then removes one, performer divines it, two handlings, using different red backs in one deckRelated to The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10 No. 4) 865
Unknown Think of an Ace No. 37, spectator thinks of an Ace and removes it in his own hands, position of Ace keys suit to performer Self-Working Card Tricks 57
Eddie Joseph Hocus-Pocus No. 45, three five-cards packets, spectator thinks of a card, deals out five packets, pockets the one with selection and performer extracts it Self-Working Card Tricks 68
Unknown Magic by Proxy No. 50, phone rings to give position of selection Self-Working Card Tricks 75
Gerald Kosky Automatic Placement Handling no-touch Self-Working Card Tricks 76
Martin A. Nash In The Nick Of Time touching only before the selection is made, see p. 447 for additional creditingRelated to Any Second Now 218
Paul Curry By Any Other Name the initials of a thought of card appear on a joker (Glorpy) Special Effects 32
John Cornelius No Sleight Card Location two spectators each select a card with magician's back turned, they call out any cards and performer stops them at their selection Innovative Magic No. 2 16
George Sands Prime Choice "Two Tricks"
packet of thirteen cards, selection is the last one face-down after counting procedure
Inspired byAlso published here The Chronicles (Issue 8) 1137
John F. Mendoza An Old Card Trick Made New spectator cuts off packet, remembers bottom card, shuffles and deal packet in three piles, card immediately namedRelated to Close-up Presentations 94
Danny Korem, Edward Marlo Korem Variation of Telephone Test based on Marlo's "Telephone Test" from Ibidem #11, four phasesInspired by The Lost Pages of the Kabbala 22
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 Sleights & Swindles 6
Ben Harris, Woody Meltcher Aroma Cards spectator shuffles, makes three piles and follows a selection procedure, card apparently found by smell Magic from which Memories are Made! 117
Philip T. Goldstein Tarot Deca spectator finds his own selected card, Major Arcana The Talon (Issue 7) 99
Bobby Bernard Bobby Bernard's "Crimp" Sequence Challenge card location using crimp (card is selected and lost without magician touching deck) The Coin and Card Magic of Bobby Bernard 91
Dr. Jacob Daley, George Sands Prime Choice No. 31, packet of thirteen cards, selection is the last one face-down after counting procedureAlso published here Self-Working Number Magic 52
Philip T. Goldstein Out of Sorts thought-of card (from eight) found and named with back turned Thequal 5
Richard Himber No Questions Asked No. 28, location over phone More Self-Working Card Tricks 39
Unknown Last October No. 61, spectator pockets some cards and buries a selection in rest, card on top after some countingVariations More Self-Working Card Tricks 90
Edward Marlo 2nd Effect using silent count (page 170) and stack Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 172
Brother John Hamman Opposite Pockets chosen and thought-of card are named, no-touch, weird thought-of procedure, partial stackVariations The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 75
Philip T. Goldstein Encounter duplicate found in second deck when number is counted down, "Interrupted Gilbreath Principle" Fifth 2
John Scarne Long Distance card chosen on other side of the room, risky force, position named Prototype 2
Karl Fulves Hands Off spectator remembers card, cuts off a packet, down-under deal, spreads card face-up, performer names selection Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 11
Simon Aronson Self Control spectator cuts off pile and counts, remembers card at same position in rest while reverse-counting them, assembles everything, different revelations suggested The Aronson Approach 24
Alex Elmsley Australian Self-Help involving counting, spelling, down-under dealVariations The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 1 317
Alex Elmsley Buried Treasure II distant keys, performer stops at selection The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 1 355
Alex Elmsley Weight with small packet, marked key cardRelated to The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 1 366
Karl Fulves A Martian Chronicle Deceptive Practices 75
Unknown Tale of the Tape No. 44, tape recorder gives instructions from cassette to which a card is lost and found Self-Working Close-up Card Magic 86
Simon Aronson Everybody's Lazy two spectators and performer remember cards, performer names position of spectator's cards, spectator names number and there is performer's card, no-touchVariations Simply Simon 167
Simon Aronson Madness in our Methods three selections, fair conditions, no-touch and no card seen
- Alternative Revelations
Simply Simon 194
Simon Aronson The PIP Stack "Position Information Procedure"
Ace to King stack in deck, allows performer to know position of replaced selection
Simply Simon 290
Richard Vollmer Einstein's Favorite Trick spectator locates his own card Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 2 32
Michael Close Jazzin - The Trick that Can be Explained finding a named card via improvisation Workers Number 5 160
Bob King, Jim Steinmeyer, Jon Racherbaumer Tele-Mental Also published here Five-Star Magic 23
Peter Duffie The Short Deck Baffler Challenge location, card freely selected and shuffled, magician finds it Effortless Card Magic 82
Unknown One-Twenty Six cut-deeper procedure for two selections The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 8) 9
Marty Kane Trek Trick Inspired by The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 70) 1452
Peter Duffie The Chosen Few a card created with a cut off pile by chosen a card for suit and counting for value, another spectator cuts to it Deck Direct 3
Richard Osterlind Under Test Conditions stack Dynamic Mysteries 28
Doug Canning, Steve Beam Five Card Stud chosen card is located by the use of a down-under deal and by spelling the locator cardInspired by
  • Gene Castillon's " Computer Telephone Mystery" in "The Linking Ring" June, 1999.
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 3 27
Peter Duffie Found by Coincidence spectator uses some cards of sixteen-card packet to find his selection with down-under deal, then reverse faros until down to one brings mate of the top card of another packetInspired by New Inspirations 6
Jim Steinmeyer The Nine Card Problem small packet spelling discovery, no-touchVariations Impuzzibilities 5
Jim Steinmeyer The Full Deck Problem Nine Card Problem version with deckVariations Impuzzibilities 8
Lewis Jones, Jack Avis Remote view - the sequel two consecutive challenge locationsInspired by
  • "Remove View" (Lewis Jones, Cardiograms)
Ahead of the Pack 55
Marty Kane The Jack of Death Card Trick involving spelling, down-under deal, presentationInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 4 66
Karl Fulves Untouchable Off The Books (Issue 5) 71
Karl Fulves Overthrow cut deeper force applied to red/black alternating set-upRelated to Latter Day Secrets (Issue 8) 329
Karl Fulves Repeat After Me two decks, spectator cuts and remembers face card, then replaces, cuts behind back, both decks spread face-up, performer and spectator each push out three cards, one must be selection, performer's cards are added and counted down to in his deck, it matches spectator's selectionInspired by
  • "He Only Thinks" (Eddie Clever, Magic In The Modern Manner, Orville Meyer, 1949)
Related to
Off The Books (Issue 3) 21
Karl Fulves Edge of Mind spectator cuts off packet and hides it, card at same position is remembered, deck dealt into eight piles, selection named and packet with it pointed to Off The Books (Issue 5) 73
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Back to Sands packet cut off, all cards except one eliminated, last one is selection, (co-)prime number principle Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 75
Steve Beam Utility Cutter cutting six piles, three face up and three face down with the Rolly Polly Controlly, knowing how many cards are face up, as a control Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 5 21
Marty Kane Apart-Hide involving counting, spelling, down-under dealInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 5 147
Karl Fulves Mixology spectator memorizes card and its position, gives riffle shuffle, performer names new position, shuffle tracking presentation Combo II 94
Karl Fulves Self-Made Trap card chosen from face-up deck with Ten-Twenty force, turns out to be sandwiched by odd-backed cards Latter Day Secrets (Issue 10) 424
Cushing Strout Variations on "The Nine Problem" Small packet spelling discovery, no-touch, gives different ways to present it (tarot cards etc.)Inspired by On the Other Side of the Mirror 9
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 6. Plain Moe Penumbra (Issue 10) 17
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 7. The Red Card Force or Prediction
8. A Red Herring! (Or two!)
card force in which the spectator shuffles, cuts off a pile and remembers the first (or third in No. 8) red card Penumbra (Issue 10) 17
Karl Fulves No-Touch Card Location spectator cuts near center and remembers card Word Play 57
Asi Wind Somebody Stop Me spectator cuts to card and loses it, then deals the cards, performer stops him at selection, no-touchVariationsAlso published here Chapter One 2
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 14. Not So Plain Moe card fairly chosen, spectator deals face down and performer stops him at selection Penumbra (Issue 11) 3
Ken Krenzel REMOTACAAN no-touch, card selected instead of named, impromptu Relaxed Impossibilities 221
Ken Krenzel AUTOMACAAN 100% no-touch, card selected instead of named, impromptu, possible over telephone Relaxed Impossibilities 227
Michael Weber New Deal "Two Tricks with Your New Toy", spectator cuts to a card, performer divines and locates itRelated to Memorease 4
Jim Steinmeyer Eleven Roads to Heaven eleven cards, one selected with dealing procedure, located, no-touch Subsequent Impuzzibilities 1
Jim Steinmeyer The Password Fallacy nine card spelling trick using thought-of word to locate card Subsequent Impuzzibilities 6
Jim Steinmeyer A Universal Password twelve card spelling trick using thought-of word to locate card Subsequent Impuzzibilities 8
Ken De Courcy 1654 card chosen from quarter of deck, spectator finds it himself via down under dealInspired byRelated to Prolix (Issue 7) 453
Chris Westfall Never Touched No touch card location Calculated Chaos 29
Jim Steinmeyer, Wayne Dobson The Nine Card Problem small packet spelling discovery, no-touchInspired by More Look No Hands 21
Jim Steinmeyer, Eddie Joseph Chicagoism packet, spelling, also over phoneInspired by
  • "Jasonism" (Eddie Joseph, Sphinx Sept. 1946)
Treacherous Impuzzibilities 5
Jim Steinmeyer, Eddie Joseph Invoking Margery Inspired by
  • "India Calling" (Eddie Joseph, Card Bonanza, 1950)
Treacherous Impuzzibilities 22
Jim Steinmeyer, Eddie Joseph, Alan Stockwell A Study in Scarlet and Black as phone effectInspired by
  • "The Tobba Mystery" (Eddie Joseph, Dumbfounders with Cards, 1951)
Devilish Impuzzibilities 21
Pit Hartling, Brother John Hamman Hot Pockets card stopped at and card thought-of in relation to the thought-of card, both removed, performer divines bothInspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 10 127
Theodore Annemann Annemann's Miracle Magician locates card while standing far away from spectator, does not touch the deck at allAlso published here The Secret of the Butterflies 78
Asi Wind Somebody Stop Me spectator cuts to card and loses it, then deals the cards, performer stops him at selection, no-touchAlso published here Repertoire 45