60 entries in Cards / Principles / Stranger Card
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Charles T. Jordan The Bare-Faced Detection No. 13, card chosen by cutting, found with the faced towards the spectators at all timesRelated to
  • "Exact Location" (Juan Tamariz, Mnemonica)
Thirty Card Mysteries 45
T. Nelson Downs Transposition Extraordinary No. 2, deck separated in red and black, card from red half put in black half, it is predicted and transposes with another red card, halves rubber banded Ten New Sleight of Hand Card Tricks 5
Jean Hugard The Torn and Restored Card, Using a Borrowed Deck Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 99
Theodore Annemann The Migrating Pasteboard card travels from red half to black half, corner-short stranger card The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Summer Extra 1935) 44
Unknown Everywhere and Nowhere 1. (using two duplicates)
2. Using a Short Card
3. With a Borrowed Deck
4. With an Ordinary Deck without Duplicates
Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 112
Unknown Seeing is Believing card put in envelope turns out to be later selection Card Manipulations (Issue 5) 155
Frank Lane Count-Down see no. 9, stranger card Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 102
Theodore Annemann The Ghost Card stranger card, card is put in envelope Expert Card Technique 363
Unknown The Razzle Dazzler combo Expert Card Technique 266
Unknown Forcing a Stranger Card Expert Card Technique 380
Unknown Introducing the Stranger method of adding a stranger card to the pack Expert Card Technique 379
Unknown The Stranger Card whole chapter with applications Expert Card Technique 362
Unknown Double-Faced Cards using double facers as strangers Expert Card Technique 380
Herb Runge Hidden Mystery two cards selected with dealing procedure, performer places another card next to them one by oneRelated toAlso published here The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 83) 535
Hen Fetsch In the Mind performer really blindfolded
- think stop with one selection
- think stop with three selections
- a chosen card is named
The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 88) 554
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue Ringing the Changes card and its position remembered, optional stranger card Prepared Cards and Accessories 31
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue The Three of Spades writing appears on face of selection Prepared Cards and Accessories 14
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue Under Foot one card under foot, sticky stranger card Prepared Cards and Accessories 14
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue Chosen Card to Pocket at any Number between five and twelve cards to trouser pocket, selection last, duplicate, credit information Tricks and Sleights 10
Theodore Annemann The Migrating Pasteboard card travels from red half to black half, corner-short stranger card Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 45
Warner Perry To the Top with stranger card (which is not the selection) Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3 No. 2) 133
Hen Fetsch In the Mind reprintRelated to My Best 84
Unknown The Card in the Shoe using a stranger card The Fine Art of Magic 93
Al Baker, Dai Vernon Al 'n Dai Again stranger card, sandwiched, see p. 1061 for more detailsRelated to The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 263) 1050
Jack McMillen, Charlie Miller Version of Jack McMillen's Prophesied Leaper selection vanishes from one half and reappears in other at predicted position, stranger card The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 26
Edward Marlo Air Mail Prediction featuring finesse for a Henry Christ force beneath tableRelated toVariations Hierophant (Issue 2) 65
Edward Marlo "Collect Double" two phases, three stranger Aces or ungaffed Hierophant (Issue 5-6) 237
Roger Smith Ultimate Sandwich card travels to tabled sandwich cardsInspired by The K-S Control System 26
Alex Elmsley Between Your Palms card between spectator's palm turns out to be a later signed selection, using stranger cardVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 5) 606
Larry West Ace in the Case cased ace of spades transposes with selection Card Cavalcade 3 27
Edward Marlo A Sandwich Approach sandwiched card on table turns out to be later selection, seven methodsRelated toVariations Hierophant (Issue 7 Resurrection Issue) 35
Karl Fulves Strange Secrets chapter intro Self-Working Card Tricks 79
Jon Racherbaumer, Ed Brown Between Elmsley, Brown, and Himber using Himber Wallet and StrangerRelated to Kabbala — Volume 3 (Vol. 3 No. 1) 1
Unknown Impossible Location No. 52, selection located first without looking at faces, then in pocket, stranger card Self-Working Card Tricks 79
Unknown It's in the Bag No. 55, deck and case dropped in paper bag and shaken, case then has selection inside Self-Working Card Tricks 84
Philip T. Goldstein Nijinsky Two selected ace travels into deck, card in hand, stranger Card Cavalcade Four 117
Karl Fulves A Device, Cloaked joker as open prediction, it changes to the card left face down 51 Faces North 13
Edward Marlo Reversed Assembly using stranger Ace Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 17
Edward Marlo Un-Gaffed Approach three methods for "New Approach to a Revisit" from page 172 Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 175
Unknown Stranger Corner sticking corner on card making a fake index card Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 28
Frank Garcia, Ken Krenzel Switchcraft Outdone! three methods (one with duplicate, one impromptu, one with stranger)Inspired by The Close-up Magic of Frank Garcia — Part II 22
Edward Marlo Transposition Card To Wallet Tip usage of stranger cardRelated to Marlo's Magazine Volume 5
Dai Vernon Al 'n' Dai at the Hop one card sandwiched The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 2 98
Edward Marlo Latest Observation Test using duplicate strangers Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 206
Edward Marlo Signature Transfer nine methods, ungaffed, stranger, duplicate, double backer, partial roughed menetekel (method 8) Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 189
Edward Marlo Siamese Strangers - First Method (stranger card)
- Second Method (double facer)
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here
  • The New Tops, Nov. 1964
M.I.N.T. — Volume I 106
Bruce Florek Post-It Prediction prediction on post-it stuck on face card to deck, spectator cuts and faces deck below table at predicted card, with handling without stranger card by Ed MarloInspired by Cardfixes 66
Edward Marlo Unhappy Students three methodsRelated to Cardfixes 122
Edward Marlo Instant Ace Assembly three x-cards on one Ace, other Aces in deck, three x-cards become Aces, three stranger Aces The Olram File (Issue 7) 1
Edward Marlo I'll Do It Again! two halves on table, face-up card travels from half to half, repeat, red and black sections transpose, three stranger cards The Olram File (Issue 10) 1
Edward Marlo Logical Reverse Assembly - Third Method four Aces with three x-cards, fifth packet to which Aces travel, then all back, stranger Aces The Olram File (Issue 10) 7
Edward Marlo Neo Jazz Aces three stranger cards The Olram File (Issue 11) 5
John Scarne Trapped Under Glass card inside inverted glass transposes with card outside, visible Rigmarole (Issue 5) 60
Alex Elmsley Between Your Palms card between spectator's palm turns out to be a later signed selection, using stranger cardVariationsAlso published here
  • Abracadabra, Vol. 13 No. 335, June 28, 1952, p. 361
The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 2 246
David Regal Sending It Through Card goes through a series of changes when pushed sideways through the deckInspired by Close-Up & Personal 43
Herb Runge Hidden Mystery two cards selected with dealing procedure, performer places another card next to them one by one, reprinted from JinxAlso published here The Fine Print (Issue 10) 318
Al Baker, Dai Vernon Al-N-Dai stranger cardRelated to The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Instructions) 523
Burling Hull, Karl Fulves Mid-Nite Marvel performer finds a four-of-a-kind below table, those transpose with some card in the deck, changed from dark room effect to below table
- Second Approach (involving the location of a selection)
Inspired by
  • "Mid-Nite Marvel" (Burling Hull, Clever Card Collection of 1932)
Latter Day Secrets (Issue 10) 403
Ken Krenzel Strange Hummer red-black separation by spectator beneath table with ten-card packet, suggests CATO as false trail Relaxed Impossibilities 211
Joseph Barry A Narrowed Thought card thought of and after small dealing procedure it is named, hands-offInspired by
  • "Mind Reader's Lucid Dream" (Justin Higham, Clairvoyant, Mental Topper and The Mind-Reader's Dream, 2011)
Reverie 22