289 entries in Cards / Sleights / Ditching Cards
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Unknown Eine gezogene Karte zu verwandeln No. 38, selection put on top, another card is on top when checked again after putting hand on top of deck, sticky hand Der Kartenkünstler 45
Unknown Deck Vanish by palming whole deck, ditch in pocket Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 2 No. 12) 180
Unknown Das wandernde Kartenspiel "Die Kartenschule von Carl Willmann"
deck vanishes and reappears behind arm, then deck travels from sleeve to sleeve, manipulative
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 3 No. 6) 83
Unknown Die Kartentasche "Die Kartenschule von Carl Willmann"
secret pockets on back of trouser
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 5 No. 5) 68
Unknown Wie man ein Kartenspiel verschwinden lässt manipulative deck vanish, unload under armpit Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 5 No. 5) 69
Carl Willmann Ein Kartentrick card vanishes from hand and reappears in deck, card index behind chair Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 8 No. 4) 53
Charles T. Jordan Pocket Ditch as small packet switch Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 367
Unknown Back of the Hand Steal top card stolen off tabled deck with sticky/wet back of the hand Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 257
Professor Hoffmann Table Edge Switch with Servante Greater Magic 326
Theodore Annemann Getting rid of Double Facer Inspired by The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 58) 418
Unknown Vesting a Card Expert Card Technique 113
Unknown Magic Powder v. Rabbit's Foot motivation to reach in the pocket Expert Card Technique 416
Edward Marlo No Palm Aces to Pocket featuring bottom placement at coat edge move, lapel loadRelated to Early Marlo (Issue Amazing, Isn't It?) 32
Unknown Knee Hold Out Card Control 112
Edward Marlo Lapping a Short Card The Cardician 15
Edward Marlo Climax Sleeving complete Miracle Card Changes 22
Edward Marlo Miracle Change No. 3 into "Master Palm"Related to Miracle Card Changes 14
Edward Marlo Sleeving from Master Palm Miracle Card Changes 15
J.B. Findlay Card Vanish card unload in case The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 347) 215
Brother John Hamman Drop Lapping The Card Magic of Bro. John Hamman S. M. 21
Edward Marlo Impromptu Steal of a Card card stuck to another card the is removed Card to Wallet 25
Edward Marlo, Jerry Andrus Marlo Sleeve Technique from center The Multiple Shift 46
Max Malini Malini's Card Vanish vesting Malini and His Magic 66
Harry Lorayne Spread Control with Handkerchief Cover cards end up in separated section of silk and can be stolenVariations Close-up Card Magic 124
Unknown Simple Lap card thumbed off My Favorite Card Tricks 10
Harry Lorayne Scoop Up Lapping My Favorite Card Tricks 19
Harry Lorayne Toss-In Lap My Favorite Card Tricks 40
J. W. Sarles, Karl Fulves Card Steal with Handkerchief as lappingRelated to
  • p. 41 for comments
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 1 No. 5) 26
John Benzais Sleeving a Card The Best of Benzais 28
Jimmy Kater Deck to Pocket Ditch Expert Card Conjuring 65
Edward Marlo Misdirection Lap as joker is set aside during count down Expert Card Conjuring 105
Eddie Fay Capping the Deck sleeve hold-out for adding a small packet to tabled cards Expert Card Mysteries 23
Eddie Fay Snap Sleeving Expert Card Mysteries 25
Harry Lorayne Lapping a Card after card is displayed in spreadAlso published here Reputation-Makers 43
Derek Dingle Lapping bottom cards of a packet Epilogue (Issue 15 (Part 1)) 121
Bob Stencel The Ditch The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 2) 578
Unknown Unload on Deck with a credit Kabbala - Volume 2 (Vol. 2 No. 1) 5
Barry Stevenson Card in Wallet duplicate, loading from sleeve Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 7 70
Karl Fulves Simplex Cop lapping from riffle shuffleRelated to Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 36
Karl Fulves Gravity Cop lapping during riffle shuffle Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 43
Karl Fulves Imp Cop card lapped from riffle shuffle or put in a position where it is held at a corner at the table edgeVariations Riffle Shuffle Technique — Preliminary Notes on Part Two 40
Karl Fulves Propelled Cop lapping during riffle shuffle Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 43
Karl Fulves The Fake Insertion card is apparently inserted in tabled deck but lapped or held against table edge Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 60
Unknown Cop Lap Rim Shots 24
Harry Lorayne The Double-Cut Lap Rim Shots 28
Harry Lorayne The Ribbon-Spread Palm with lapping option Rim Shots 76
Russell T. Barnhart Riffle Square Up Lap Rim Shots 108
Russell T. Barnhart Card Case Escape card is lapped as deck is displayed and placed into case, Center Table Steal Rim Shots 110
Harry Lorayne Two Rubber-Band Ideas (that I don't know what to do with!) magically (?) removing a card from a banded deck & lapping move as rubber band is removed Rim Shots 144
Karl Fulves, Jerry Andrus Lapping Sandwich Cards sandwich cards are lapped, similar to Andrus Tunnel Vanish Notes From Underground 26
Gerald Kosky The Bold One single card prediction on paper The Compleat Magick — Volume I (Issue 85) 423
Jerry Andrus Tunnel Vanish Revolutionary Close Up — Part One 2
Edward Marlo Propelled Lapping The Unexpected Card Book 106
Karl Fulves Uni-Voice selected card is clipped on a board, where performer noted prediction, they match Close-Up Mental Magic 15
William Larsen, T. Page Wright Trick #6 packet of cards put under handkerchief, pulled away, cards have vanished, in sleeveAlso published here
  • in "Random Conceptions with Cards" (ca. 1930)
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 11) 790
Karl Fulves Notes By Fulves (1) into left hand Tenkai palm
(2) simplification
(3) into topit
Inspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10 No. 7) 966
Harry Lorayne The Peek Lap directly after spectator's peek Afterthoughts 37
Gene Maze Second Deal Lap Afterthoughts 106
Gene Maze Lap Packet Switch Afterthoughts 107
Harry Lorayne TCAA #5, The Second packet switch, also as lappingInspired by Afterthoughts 124
Ken Krenzel Case Lap card beneath case is lapped Epilogue (Issue Special No 2) 246
Karl Fulves Misdirection Lapping bottom card of left hand double lapped as right hand turns over tabled card Methods with Cards — Part 1 3
Karl Fulves Deal Cop top card apparently dealt to table and turned over, really palmed in Tenkai palm (with optional lapping) and second card dealt Methods with Cards — Part 1 53
Karl Fulves Face-Up Switch second deal lap application Methods with Cards — Part 2 96
Karl Fulves Moisture Steal card sticks to back of hand Methods with Cards - Part 3 198
Slydini, Karl Fulves Table Edge Turnover Switch with lapping Methods with Cards - Part 3 192
Francis Carlyle Carlyle's Cold Deck Switch The Magic of Francis Carlyle 117
Russell T. Barnhart The Master Palm position and comments, lapping from Master Palm The Master Palm 13
Dai Vernon Getaway for Palmed Card Ditching palmed card in inside jacket pocket by clipping it with a pen/pencil Magic With Faucett Ross 225
Rick Johnsson The Walking Man's Lap ditching cards into pocket Practical Impossibilities 27
Edward Marlo Lapping Moves while cutting the deck Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 313
Jerry Andrus Card to Pocket seated, with handkerchief Andrus Card Control 34
Jerry Andrus Switch Back from a small packet Andrus Card Control 53
Jerry Andrus Multiple Switch Back Andrus Card Control 53
Jerry Andrus Spanish Vanish from a fan Andrus Card Control 53
Jerry Andrus Spanish Vanish Version 2 Andrus Card Control 53
Jerry Andrus Spanish Vanish Version 3 Andrus Card Control 53
Jerry Andrus Secret Spread from a spreaded group Andrus Card Control 53
Jerry Andrus After Count Switch Back Andrus Card Control 54
Jerry Andrus Vanishing Shuffle riffle shuffle lap Andrus Card Control 56
Jerry Andrus Sleeving with the Ginza Shift Andrus Card Control 38
Jerry Andrus Ginza Sleeving Variations Andrus Card Control 38
Jerry Andrus Sleeving from the Deck left sleeve, from center of the deck Andrus Card Control 39
Jerry Andrus RLF (Right Little Finger) Sleeving from center Andrus Card Control 39
Jerry Andrus Standing Sleeving better angles when standing Andrus Card Control 39
Jerry Andrus Sleeving with Banded Deck with rubber band Andrus Card Control 39
Jerry Andrus Sleevery and Handkerchief with twivot move, good cover Andrus Card Control 40
Jerry Andrus More Bandit Sleevery rubber band crossed Andrus Card Control 40
Jerry Andrus Bandit Sleevery No. 2 Andrus Card Control 41
Jerry Andrus De-Sleevery (Retrieving from the Sleeve) loading a card form sleeve between two card, which are hold together with a rubber band Andrus Card Control 39
Jerry Andrus Bandit Sleeving Variations Andrus Card Control 40
Jerry Andrus Rubber Band and File Card Variation file card folded around card to be sleeved Andrus Card Control 41
Jerry Andrus Snap Sleeving shooting the cards up the sleeve with the pinky Andrus Card Control 41
Jerry Andrus More Sleevery and De-Sleevery Andrus Card Control 41
Karl Fulves Oblivion loading into shirt (between buttons) Impromptu Holdouts 20
Gene Maze Air Drop lapping Packet Switches (Part Four) 203
Gene Maze Second Deal Switch no real second deal, lapping Packet Switches (Part Four) 210
Gene Maze The Snap Lap Switch Packet Switches (Part Four) 233
Frank Hathaway, Martin A. Nash The Hathaway Change lapping Any Second Now 186
Edward Marlo Marlo Bottom Placement with final lapping Marlo's Magazine Volume 2 202
Gene Maze Lap From Count as packet is counted Packet Switches (Part Four) 213
Gene Maze A Lap Move from small packet Packet Switches (Part Four) 231
Gene Maze Second Deal Lap Packet Switches (Part Five) 335
Gene Maze The Subtraction Move from packet Packet Switches (Part Four) 227
Harvey Rosenthal The Lapping Technique after Outjogged Placement in Tenkai Packet Switches (Part Three) 170
Unknown For Magicians Only table edge switch to clean up after Wild Card Routine Wildcard Miracles 40
Edward Marlo, Carmen D'Amico Propelled Lapping Scattershot 19
Allan Ackerman Ackerman's Automatic Lap lapping a piece of card during linking cards effectAlso published here Cardboard Connection 16
Karl Fulves A History Of Sorts sleeving cards Impromptu Holdouts 2
Karl Fulves Dumping The Gaff sleeving for clean-up Impromptu Holdouts 8
Karl Fulves Secret Sleeving for shirt sleeve, fan cover
- Notes On The Handling
- Applications
Related to Impromptu Holdouts 2
Karl Fulves Multiple Card Loading sleeving a block of cards Impromptu Holdouts 14
Karl Fulves Fail/Safing The Experts how to practice something for fooling experts with it, example sleeving Impromptu Holdouts 16
Karl Fulves Other Sleeving Methods chapter intro Impromptu Holdouts 18
Karl Fulves Insta-Sleeve from bottom placement position, also as add-on Impromptu Holdouts 19
Karl Fulves The Exit Move card retrieved from sleeve to bottom as another card is pushed in deck from backRelated to Impromptu Holdouts 27
Karl Fulves Sleeving Switch Impromptu Holdouts 33
Karl Fulves Non-Square Loading sleeve retrieval Impromptu Holdouts 40
Karl Fulves Undercover Loading sleeve retrieval Impromptu Holdouts 44
Karl Fulves Exit Left variant handling of Exit Move for left sleeveRelated to Impromptu Holdouts 36
Karl Fulves Other Applications of sleeving
- Hofzinser Ace Problem with Aces in spectator's pocket
- Rising Card Hook-up
- Sticky Tape at outside of Sleeve
- Sleeving into Envelopes
Impromptu Holdouts 47
Karl Fulves A Child's Garden Of Problems twelve card problems in connection with sleeving Impromptu Holdouts 48
Allan Ackerman Second Deal Lap credit information Here's My Card 52
Ron Wilson The Vanishing Deck Also published here Lecture Notes 8
Stephen Minch, Harry Lorayne Spread Lapping from tabled spread Sleight Unseen 376
Edward Marlo Small Packet Lap lapping from a small packet Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 20
Edward Marlo The Marlo Actions kind of reverse of Slydini's "Imp Pass" Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 261
Edward Marlo Marlo Kick Switch for one or multiple cards, lappingRelated to Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 268
Edward Marlo Visual Retention Switch one or multiple cards, lapping, see also page 371 Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 271
Edward Marlo Monte Switchout to switch out the money card for an x-card, lapping Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 275
Bruce Ikefugi Lightning Stab Change indifferent card is stabbed in deck face up and at that moment changes into selection, lappingRelated to Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 2 No. 8) 234
Richard Kaufman The W.S. Card Switch lapping CardMagic 41
Richard Kaufman Packet Switch lapping CardMagic 42
Richard Kaufman Cover Switch packet beneath top card is switched, lapping CardMagic 44
Gene Maze The S.D.L. Change "Second Deal Lap" as single card switch, lapping CardMagic 50
Unknown Second Deal Lap CardMagic 51
Richard Kaufman Packet Swing Lap Move CardMagic 134
Edward Marlo Inertial Load loading card under magazine CardMagic 74
Harry Lorayne Subtraction Move stealing a card from packet to deck Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 2 No. 12) 286
Richard Kaufman Deck Ditch CardMagic 180
Dr. James Nuzzo Card under Knee Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 256
Nick Pudar Snap-Turn Lapping as two cards are snapped over, one is lapped Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 3 No. 4) 330
Gerald Deutsch Lapping simply lapping top cards Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 3 No. 5) 344
Harry Lorayne Snap Lap bottom cardsAlso published here Lecture Notes 24
Edward Marlo O.K. - Let's Play - Game #1-5 actually Switchless Switch handling, overcount and show the Kings from top of the deck Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 278
Unknown Drop Off Ditch John: Verse Two 11
Karl Fulves Shirt Pocket side steal application Side Steal 34
Karl Fulves Incomplete Notes application of Daley's Incomplete Side StealRelated to Side Steal 18
Gene Varré Lapping Bottom of Double Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 4 No. 10) 544
Unknown Second Deal Lap Cardworks 135
Fred Kaps Card Switch while turning card over The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 45
Stephen Tucker Half & Half half of selection ends in pocket, then it is restored againInspired by Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 4) 55
Juan Tamariz 7. Descarga al Regazo con Ayuda del TPC Also published here Magia Potagia — Volume I 22
Juan Tamariz Tamariz Change described with lappingAlso published here Magia Potagia — Volume I 41
Edward Marlo Drop Unload on Deck in-the-hands, see final note The Lost Pages of the Kabbala 49
Wayne Dobson Card Unload onto other deck, while doing a swing cut Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 5) 87
Roger Curzon Drop Switch Variation in context of routine Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 8) 138
Dan MacMillan On the "Sleeved Card Retrieval" correctionRelated to Cards — With a Different Touch 57
Dan MacMillan Sleeved Card Retrieval added to deck as it is cut onto tableRelated to Close-Up With Cards 25
Edward Marlo, Danny Korem Next To Impossible Card To Wallet from deck to pocketInspired by Card Finesse 158
Edward Marlo, Carmen D'Amico Au Courant Card Switch using lap Card Finesse 106
Derek Dingle Standard Lapping Technique The Complete Works of Derek Dingle 181
Edward Marlo The Snap Lap lapping a half card from the deck Card Finesse 78
Ron Wilson, Derek Dingle, Edward Marlo Vanishing Deck Sequence The Complete Works of Derek Dingle 183
Hippie Torrales Side-End Illusion lapping multiple cards from center Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5 No. 6) 644
Harry Lorayne Snap Lap bottom cardsAlso published here Best of Friends 376
Harry Lorayne HaLo For Four multiple card lap, cutting actionAlso published here Best of Friends 378
Derek Dingle Lapping bottom cards of a packet The Complete Works of Derek Dingle 6
Derek Dingle Deck Ditch cards secretly dropped on top of deck The Complete Works of Derek Dingle 6
Unknown Ditch on Tabled Packet Fingers don't Entertain, People Do 22
Ross Bertram Up Front Utility Move ditching card into shirt between buttons Bertram on Sleight of Hand 114
Edward Marlo New-Approach Propelled Lapping also as a switch Marlo without Tears 182
Edward Marlo Direct Lapping Move top cards Marlo without Tears 188
Edward Marlo Fake Propelled Lapping Card is apparently (!) lapped Marlo without Tears 201
Edward Marlo Screened Propelled Lapping Marlo without Tears 197
Tony Kardyro, Edward Marlo KM Move brief Carney Knowledge 36
Edward Marlo From Deck Into Jacket card from deck behind right side of jacket Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 306
Unknown Pocket Ditch from Deck left side pocket during body turn The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 3 99
Edward Marlo Longitudinal Palm Switch lapping Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 281
Edward Marlo Thumb Lapping Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 308
Jean-Jacques Sanvert Switch and Deck Vanish lapping technique as a packet switch or "aces are put in deck and deck vanishes leaving only aces behind"-effect Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 7 No. 10) 976
Harvey Rosenthal Table Top Transpo The Trapdoor — Volume One (Issue 6) 100
Dr. Jacob Daley, Ken Beale Daley Switch Variation away from the pack with secret unloading onto tabled deck Epoptica (Issue Yearbook) 291
Paul Rosini Rosini Vester card travels to under vest, shown by Charlie Miller (1940) The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 3) 1
Harry Lorayne HaLo Cut Cop here to first cop then lap the card Best of Friends - Volume II 115
Gerald Deutsch Top Card Lap as some tabled cards are scooped up Best of Friends - Volume II 553
Slydini, Gerald Deutsch Timing Principle Lap Best of Friends - Volume II 555
Edward Marlo Screening Action Lapping Best of Friends - Volume II 556
Geoffrey Latta The Isolated Switch Tenkai Palm steal of front card of a double, also with immediate lapping Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 9 No. 12) 1285
Edward Marlo Pick-up Unload from packet onto tabled deck Thirty Five Years Later 27
Edward Marlo Ascanio Spread with Unloading Action onto tabled deck Thirty Five Years Later 28
David Regal The Cardboard Magician lapping Star Quality — The Magic of David Regal 174
Unknown Lapping from Center Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 10 No. 6) 1364
Milton Tropp Tropp's Cop lapping methodRelated to Riffle Shuffle Methods 12
Ron Wilson A Vanishing Deck from case, case is tornAlso published here The Uncanny Scot, Ron Wilson 72
Ron Wilson Swing Cut Unload while doing a swing cut, cards are loaded secretly on cards on tableRelated toVariations The Uncanny Scot, Ron Wilson 22
Edward Marlo Waistband Ditch from palm Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 42
Bernard Bilis Unloading Move on the pack Darwin Ortiz at the Card Table 150
Edward Marlo Marlo Drop Sleight secretly dropping cards from bottom of pile onto tabled packet M.I.N.T. — Volume I 345
Edward Marlo Drop Sleight Technique introduction on secretly dropping cards from bottom of pile onto tabled packetRelated toAlso published here
  • The New Tops, Jan. 1968
M.I.N.T. — Volume I 344
Rocco Silano Sleeving A Packet Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 2 No. 1) 17
Steve Beam Squeezers 52-on-1 card transforms into a complete deck The Trapdoor — Volume Two (Issue 30) 540
Unknown Ditch on Tabled Packet Quick Card Tricks 15
Juan Tamariz Lapping with the TPC Also published here Sonata 34
Juan Tamariz 2. Lapping switching out three cards from 4 and lapping themInspired by Sonata 76
Juan Tamariz Tamariz Change described with lappingAlso published here Sonata 138
Juan Tamariz Inside Pocket to Lap apparently placing cards in inside pocket but lapping them Sonata 163
Harry Lorayne Spread Lap while breaking spread Trend Setters 188
Edward Marlo Screened Ditch Transfer That's It 49
Edward Marlo Drop Sleight Related to Cardfixes 114
Edward Marlo Lapping Cards from Center two methods The Olram File (Issue 7) 2
Stephen Tucker Camouflage Principle cards spread face-down on table, to ditch cards New Close-Up Lecture 2
Unknown Ditching from packet while sliding back pack on table 52 Lovers - Volume II 14
Ron Wilson Highland Hop Move transfer from packet to tabled spreadInspired by Smoke and Mirrors 99
Edward Marlo Ascanio Spread Drop-Off ditching card from packet on tabled pile The Olram File (Issue 5) 10
Jerry Mentzer Sleeve Card Card to Wallet 85
Jon Racherbaumer Lapping card placed between two card cases The Collected Almanac (Issue ) xxxii
Ernest Earick Swivel Steal Lapping one handed By Forces Unseen 71
Jon Racherbaumer, Edward Marlo So it Goes... credit discussion of the Second Deal Lap / Sarles Switch / Second Deal Slough-OffRelated to The Olram File (Issue 13) 12
Ernest Earick Wrist Turn Steal from packet to top of pack By Forces Unseen 35
Jose Hernandez Trouser-Fold Servante for under the table Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 17 No. 8) 2399
Angelo Carbone Humbug deck vanish based on optical illusion
- How to hold Humbug
- Where to hold Humbug
- Lighting Conditions
- Ditching the Deck
- Taking Care of Humbug
Variations Humbug 4
Angelo Carbone Herrmann Pass Palm palming thick packet from bottom in edge grip position Humbug 11
Juan Tamariz Lapping With The TPC The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 10
Karl Fulves Bug Holdout Load bug holdout below table Crooked Tales 23
Unknown Ditching Card in inner pocket, while putting case away, Kelly Bottom Replacement Shrinker 5
Ron Wilson Highland Hop Move transfer from packet to tabled spreadRelated to Las Vegas Kardma 97
Joe Rindfleisch Thumbthing as a transformation Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 18 No. 5) 2497
Harry Lorayne Only Aces Left - Right? lapping Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 18 No. 10) 2557
Peter Duffie Toss-In Lap Switch card is switched/lapped as it is tossed through deckRelated to Duffie's Card Compulsions 264
Peter Duffie Spin Cut Lapping Duffie's Card Compulsions 262
Guy Hollingworth Jacket Ditch using paper clip & magnet Notes on Card Tricks and Other Diversions 26
Frederick Braue Ditching Card in Back Pocket tip The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 7) 9
Gene Maze A Switch in Time lapping Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 19 No. 11) 2715
Harry Lorayne Spread Lap Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 19 No. 12) 2728
Lennart Green Half Deck Lapping The Looking Glass (Issue 2) 62
Allan Ackerman Ackerman's Automatic Lap lapping a piece of card during linking cards effectAlso published here The Art of Astonishment — Book 2 (Issue Connections) 71
Pablo Domenèch Lapping a Card while fanning a small group of cards La Magia de Pablo Domènech 18
Tommy Wonder, Crocker Xkwizit - Card Hold-Out in Deck to keep some gaffed cards together in deckRelated to The Books of Wonder — Volume 1 127
James Swain, Bob Stencel The Stencel Move Vernon Transfer Handling, from packet to deck Miracles with Cards 18
Christian Scherer Einzelne Karten ins Topit befördern 1. Eine (oder mehrere) Karte(n) vom Spiel ins Topit befördern
(to topit one or several cards from the deck)
2. Eine (oder mehrere) Karte(n) von einem kleinen Paket ins Topit befördern
(to topit one or several cards from a small packet)
2.1 Mehrere Karten in eine verwandeln
(transform several cards into one card)
3. Eine von zwei (als eine Karte vorgezeigt) Karte ins Topit befördern
(topit one of two cards, which are held as one card)
3.1 Sichtbare Verwandlung
(visual transformation)
3.2 Verzögerte Verwandlung
(delayed transformation)
Karten à la carte 91
Richard Rechsteiner Sucker Monte Opening one card transforms Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20 No. 8) 2828
Ken Krenzel Slip-Lap Change top card is lapped Ingenuities 56
Simon Lovell Sitting Deck Vanish oker changes to selected card, deck vanishes from caseAlso published here Simon Says! 94
Allan Ackerman, Howard Wurst Card Case Unload two cards are apparently placed in case, but one stays outside, then dropped on tabled pileInspired by I Can't Believe it's Not All Cards 58
Unknown Cop Unload into pocket Secrets No. 2 37
Morris Loewy Loewy Palm then ditch into inner pocket Flexing and Twisting 13
Guy Hollingworth An Ambitextrous Interchange several interesting methods Drawing Room Deceptions 65
Guy Hollingworth Jacket Ditching using paper clip & magnet Drawing Room Deceptions 95
Guy Hollingworth Waistband Ditch Drawing Room Deceptions 48
Al Baker Pocket Ditching Ruse Related to Kort 112
James Swain Unloading a Card on the Card Case 21st Century Card Magic 83
Guy Hollingworth Jacket Ditch using paper clip & magnet Excerpts 21
Harry Lorayne The Lap Control Also published here Card College — Volume 4 965
Paul Curry Breast Pocket Ditch Paul Curry's Worlds Beyond 134
Dan Buck, Dave Buck "Is this your Card" wrong card tabled face down, it later is shown to be selection, lapping top card of tabled doubleRelated to Artifice, Ruse, and Subterfuge in the Hands 14
Gene Maze Second Deal Lap brief Penumbra (Issue 6) 9
Roberto Giobbi Versatile Jokers - Adding or Subtracting Special Cards
- Starting with Jokers and Special Cards in the Card Case
- Gimmicked Jokers
- Jokers and Simple Setups
Card College — Volume 5 1099
David Williamson Envelope Holdout stealing cards away to under an envelope Aunt Mary's Terrible Secret 11
David Williamson Envelope Holdout stealing cards away to under an envelope Aunt Mary's Terrible Secret 21
Ron Frost Ditch One: Misdirection in a Chairful Way Ditch card into jacket while moving from one side of the chair to the other After The Force 71
Ron Frost Ditch Two: Misdirection of the Body Movers Ditch card into jacket while moving from one side of the spectator to the other After The Force 72
Ron Frost Ditch Four: The Day of the Jacket Drop card in jacket pocket while cutting After The Force 72
Ron Frost Ditch Three: Lapping Lizards! It Works! Lapping card while cutting After The Force 72
Edward Marlo Unloading Action on top of deck Best of Friends - Volume III 384
Unknown Ditch on Spread Best of Friends - Volume III 500
Karl Fulves Shirting as finger ring is pulled off finger Prolix (Issue 5) 313
Fred Kaps The Kaps Lapping Move The Magic of Ascanio — More Studies of Card Magic 370
Bill Kalush Bottom Deal Lap see also Second Deal Lap Penumbra (Issue 11) 15
Karl Fulves Sleeve Unlock cards held in sleeve by watch band or rubber band, two methods to get them loose Prolix (Issue 6) 360
Jean-Claude Pagès, Unknown Lapping Elmsley no credit but similar to referenceRelated to Secret Agenda (Issue May 6) 137
Tom Stone Misdirection Ditch from deck onto tabled packet Vortex 36
Unknown Deck Unload Reinventing the Real 90
John Guastaferro Duplex Change two cards change, unload ditch onto deck One Degree 85
John Guastaferro Duplex Change - Using a tabled spread highland hop typeInspired by One Degree 88
John Guastaferro Duplex Change - Standing room only no table version One Degree 89
Jason Alford The Yoo-Hoo Unload Above the Fold 46
Woody Aragon Convex Control with Lapping lap four aces after Convex Control A Book in English 70
Wolfgang Moser Taschenspielereien "Hosenbein-Servante", little pocket on the back of the leg, various uses Kreationen 28
Steve Reynolds Loading Card(s) into vest pocket
- Horizontal Loading (First Technique)
- Alternative Single-Card Load
- Horizontal Loading (Third Technique)
- Horizontal Loading (Small Packet)
- Vertical Loading
In-Vestment — Chapter One 9
Benjamin Earl, Angelo Carbone Framework ungaffed deck vanish except one to four cards, simulation of full deck
- The Basic Frame
- Constructing the Z-Frame
- The Visual Deck Vanish
- The Clean-Up
- Ditching The Deck
Inspired by Eye Candy 1
Alexander Hansford Tabled ATFUS ATFUS by ditching face up cards onto tabled deckRelated to Sprezzatura 34
Unknown Ditch on Spread A New Angle 36
Johnny Thompson Pocket Ditch as pen is removed The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 176
Alexander Hansford Ditch Kino. 60
Tom Gagnon Veiled Card Steal Aces lost and deck spread on table, covered with handkerchief and gathered, Aces then produced from pocketInspired by Gagnon Unfiltered 444
Tom Gagnon Veiled Overlap Steal deck with selection spread on table, covered with handkerchief and gathered, handkerchief removed and pocketed, card from pocket Gagnon Unfiltered 446
Ron Wilson Highland Hop Move transfer from packet to tabled spread Card Theater 63
Unknown Tap Unload onto tabled packet Gagnon Unfiltered 57