30 entries in Coin / Effect Themes / Head & Tail
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Unknown Juggling knacks by confederacie, and how to know whether one cast crosse or pile by the ringing heads or tails divined repeatedly, stooge with verbal code and psychology The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXX) 191
Unknown A Florin being spun upon the Table, to tell blindfold whether it falls head or tail upwards coin gaffed Modern Magic 159
Unknown The "Heads and Tails" Trick coins turn over in a stack of coins, double-faced coin Modern Magic 182
Unknown Head or Tail showing whatever the spectator wants, double-sided coin & shell More Magic 171
Unknown Kopf oder Wappen performer can tell whether coin lands heads or tails without looking, different sound Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 2 No. 3) 41
Dai Vernon Heads or Tails routine for "glass through table"Variations Select Secrets 35
Laurie Ireland A Close-up Trick for a Bar coin vanishes and reappears in "heads or tails" game Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 23
Karrell Fox, Roy Kissell The Topsy Turvy Coins five coins alternated heads up/tails up arrange to all heads up Modern Coin Magic 81
Unknown, Walter B. Gibson Heads or Tails? Determine whether hidden coin is heads or tails after spectator has turned over the coins randomly, provides variation by Walter Gibson using pieces of colored cardboard Mathematics, Magic And Mystery 61
Tony Corinda (2) Sound Reading Applied to Action - Not Writing coin dropped in which box, coin lands head or tails up Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 39
Al Thatcher Numismatrick! coins on table are turned over one is covered and heads/tails is divinedVariations The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 373) 319
Ken Krenzel Koin-A-Kinesis performer predicts head or tails as often as desired The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4 No. 8) 261
Karl Fulves A Remarkable Bet heads and tails bet with three coins, presentation for Walter Penney's coin flipping paradox Epilogue (Issue 10) 77
Jerry Mentzer Heads or Tails? penny grows to dollar-sized penny during heads & tails game Super Cents 6
Fred Robinson, Bob Hamilton Where There's Smoke - bar bet with a match box
- matchbox and coin, divine if heads or tails, stooge
- match in hand, matchbox balanced on back of the hand, box is tossed and match ignited
- remove flame from lighter to light cigarette, gag
Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 10) 588
Dick Turpin Turpin's Turnip heads tails game under a hat, eventually a turnip and a full glass of liquid appears, see also "The Modern Magic Manual"Related to Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 9) 902
Steve Beam Polish Heads or Tails coin covered, performer can uncover coin and always win, using Pancake Coin Steve Beam On Coins — Volume I 26
Rhett Bryson Who Lost? coin vanishes with heads-or-tails game Steve Beam On Coins — Volume II 38
Larry Jennings The Toss of a Coin controlling heads or tails The Collected Almanac (Vol. 3 No. 28, 29 & 30) 299
Karl Fulves Improbable "Penny Papers", probability question S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 104
Larry Jennings Heads I Win, Tails You Lose under bill The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings 54
Karl Fulves Quarter Bet No. 1, quarter under half dollar changes into dime, heads or tail presentation Self-Working Coin Magic 1
Paul Harris The Shape of Astonishment impression of coin in foil changes from heads to tails The Art of Astonishment — Book 3 (Issue New Stuff) 13
John Scarne Heads I Win one of two coins turns over on back of hand with wave of handRelated to Underworld (Issue 4) 43
Karl Fulves Heads or - ? "Unsolved Mysteries"
new coin design, heads or tail percentage, posed as a problem
The Fine Print (Issue 10) 331
Unknown Coin Toss controlling a heads-or-tails-toss Why Not? 5
Karl Fulves Headstrong ungaffed coin always comes up heads, then is shown as two-headed Prolix (Issue 3) 152
Dan Buck, Dave Buck Rigged Method to control a coin flip Organic 14
Robert E. Neale Counterfeit Bar bet with American penny (heads or tails), a bit of a gag with a strange ending This Is Not a Book 293
Paul Vigil ICON Redux "A Multi-Phase Mental Coin Routine"
- Phase 1: Spinning is Everything (heads or tails predicted)
- Phase 2: A Penny for your Thoughts (coin after elimination process predicted)
- Phase 3: Heads Up (date on a chosen coin predicted)
- Phase 4: Eye-Con (coin bends)
- Phase 5: A Supplementary Continuation
- Phase 6: Folie à Plusieurs
- Afterthoughts
- Further Thoughts (incorporating Yigal Mesika's "Electric Touch")
- Notes
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