26 entries in Cards / Sleights / Force / Without Cards
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Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli Weissagen wider Willen card written on billet and put in envelope, another empty envelope closed, spectator divines selection (via multiple-step equivoque), card travels from deck into this envelopeAlso published here Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 3 No. 11) 172
Arthur Toskana My Darling card named by spectator, three cards chosen and tabled, then one of those chosen, it is the named selection, trying for verbal King of Hearts force Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 6 No. 2) 19
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli Weissagen wider Willen card written down, another spectator divines it via equivoque, it vanishes from deck and appears in envelopeAlso published here Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 11) 164
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Verbal Force emphasis on forcing number Kartenkünste 15
Dai Vernon, Dr. Stanley Jaks, Bill Simon, Martin Gardner, Norman Jensen, Bruce Elliott The Ruler force with ruler with name of cards, ruler is balanced on two fingers and fingers brought together until fingers meet, see also p. 981 for ideas by John HamiltonVariations The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 244) 974
Edward G. Brown The Name of a Card is Written name of cards written on paper, force, different methods The Card Magic of Edward G. Brown 191
Edward G. Brown A Card Named by an Assistant to force a card The Card Magic of Edward G. Brown 191
George Blake Red or Black Force forcing one of the colors, "for me" The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 5) 714
Roger Smith The Out of Sight Card Miracle "invisible deck" trick with verbal force of selection and ungaffed deck Smith's Mini-Lecture Notes No. 1 3
William Goldman Pip-Pip two spectator name a card from invisible deck, cards are found stapled together in real deck, pip secretly shown Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 12) 230
Unknown Joker Force psychological The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 2) 1
Basil Horwitz No Cards Force cards are named by spectator and one is forced Clue and other Mysteries 9
Brother John Hamman Sealed-Room Mystery thought-of card into sealed envelope, thought of with strange procedure ("opposite suit and opposite sex...")Variations The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 61
Jerry Sadowitz Addendum to Think of a Card verbal force for Three of Clubs or at least a Three or Club Profile (Issue 6) 12
Thomas Alan Waters 52 to 36 Choice Limitation Notes from The Summit 2
James Swain Four-Card Equivoque forcing the Queen of Hearts Miracles with Cards 33
James Swain Clue murderer and victim from twelve-card packet divined, thought of with strange procedure ("opposite suit and opposite sex...")Inspired by Miracles with Cards 7
Peter Studebaker The Force That Is No Force forcing a color, red or black Diplopia 12
Jim Steinmeyer Equivoque: The Cardless Cantico verbal force of Nine of Clubs Ensuing Impuzzibilities 8
Fraser Parker The Trip Psychologically using scripting to limit audiences' choice down to three cards, while apparently giving them a free choice of all the cards to think of Cog 31
Tyler Wilson, Paul Cummins, Bill Herz Verbal Force of Four of DiamondsInspired byAlso published here The EH Team 20
Joseph Barry Number Card Limitation verbal ploy Reverie 14
Roberto Giobbi Verbal Range Force getting spectator to name high card Standup Card Magic 202
So Sato So-Lution 1 - Phase 1: Selecting a Number
- Phase 2: Forcing One of twelve Court Cards
- Phase 3: Production of the Card (Climax)
The Secrets of So Sato 62
Tyler Wilson, Paul Cummins, Bill Herz Verbal Force of Four of Diamonds, see reference for creditsAlso published here Rocky Mountain Session 12
Asi Wind Verbal Suit Force Repertoire 145