25 entries in Cellular Phone
  
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Gary Ruiz Lorad friend choses any word in a book, later assistant is met or phoned and reveals word, cell phone secretly on Underworld (Issue 7) 87
Simon Lovell Waiting for God "God" calls on the performer's cell phone and names card and position Son of Simon Says! 113
Wilson Reed Cell Block spectator chosen and some birthdays added, medium called on cell phone and it divines the spectator and the number Latter Day Secrets (Issue 6) 182
David Ben Psychic Cellular cell-phone guesses the chosen card Tricks 100
Karl Fulves Mental Fone with idea to use cell phone to code and send picture of spectatorInspired by
  • Fitch Cheney trick in Math Miracles (Wallace Lee)
Latter Day Secrets (Issue 8) 305
Michel Huot Cellular Fun three cards chosen, name of first selection appears on cell phone screen, second spectator holds phone over a few cards and it rings over selection, third spectator phones a given number which answers with third selection Seven By Michel Huot 25
David Acer Mitosis two spectators each write down sic digit numbers, add them together, calls that number on a phone, turns out to be magician's cellphone numberAlso published here Random Acts of Magic 290
Gary Ruiz Crime Seen crime story, six glasses with items, spectators call medium via cell phone who in the end describes the items Latter Day Secrets (Issue 10) 399
Neal Thomas A Creature Was Stirring computer mouse on palm, suddenly the cursor jumps around, confederate with cell phone disturbs connection Prolix (Issue 1) 13
Karl Fulves KF Note three spectators write their cell phone number on a card, cut in two, dealing and spelling procedure, the matching halves come out together againInspired byRelated to Prolix (Issue 3) 185
Gary Ruiz Much In Common word predicted on phone screen, confederate Prolix (Issue 4) 250
Joey Vazquez, John Tudor Cellular Production Follow Up phone vanishes again in envelope which is then torn upInspired by More Power to You 7
David Acer Cellular Production cell phone produced from envelope that starts folded up in small packetVariationsAlso published here
  • Genii, Nov. 2006
More Power to You 3
David Acer Mitosis two spectators each write down sic digit numbers, add them together, calls that number on a phone, turns out to be magician's cellphone numberAlso published here More Power to You 149
David Acer iAces photo of Aces shown on smartphone, one of those Aces turns over and its suit matches selection between spectator's hands, card on photo turns over again and is now selection and spectator has Ace between handsInspired by
  • "Snapped" (Cameron Francis)
More Power to You 167
John Guastaferro iContact magician and spectator think of same person in borrowed iPhone contact list, including varition "Name That Tune" Discoveries & Deceptions 47
Rajneesh Madhok The 21st Century Wizard profile photo in iPhone contact list reveals card Discoveries & Deceptions 50
Denis Behr, Friedrich Roitzsch Lie Detector red/black lie detected by phone appInspired by Seventeen Secrets - Volume 2 12
Alex Ng Call the Number Deck has numbers written on the back, five random cards chosen, the sum of the numbers matches a prediction. When the numbers are placed together, it becomes a phone number, which when called causes the magician's phone to ringInspired by In the Mind of Dr. Alex 24
Unknown Number Force with calculator or cell phone 21 147
Ka Wai Ng 洪金宝 Spectator remembers celebrity's name in a numbered list, magician divines name, needs smartphone notes app The Ace Assembly All-Star Lecture Notes 50
Mike Pisciotta Mike's Two-Cents dime and penny on table, spectator holds dime up and phone picture is taken, coin changes into penny in real life and on photographInspired by
  • "Coin On Call" (Aljaz Son, Magic, Aug. 2011)
From the Depths 4
Paul Vigil Sympathy (for the Devil) Cards "or Cartas con Simpatia Diabolica"
two packets end up in the same order, despite mixing procedures, one packet mixed again and its order typed into phone, performer's phone rings
- Part 1: My Condolences
- Part 2: Can You Hear Me Now?
Inspired by
  • "DealFlipDropCut" (Howard A. Adams, OICUFESP Vol. 6, 1980, p. 15)
The Doors of Deception 227
Asi Wind Double Exposure deck shuffled face-up/face-down, smartphone picture taken of fanned deck, later only one card is reversed on that pictureInspired byVariations Repertoire 63
Daniel Garcia Pressure V.2 phone in balloon, finessed handling Something More 28