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Unknown Up His Sleeve card in sleeve appears on pack, in sleeve is now selectionVariations Farelli's Card Magic - Part Two 89
Dr. Jacob Daley Rouge et Noir five red cards and five black cards are shuffled, spectator separates the cards by colorVariations The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 287) 1146
William Zavis Footnotes on Rouge et Noir different card switchesInspired byRelated to The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 293) 1172
William Zavis More Footnotes on: Rouge et Noir with two royal flushesInspired byRelated to The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 299) 1196
Karl Fulves Example 15 blank card is inserted in card packet, it becomes a card according to spectator's wishes (more or less), gray code and faroRelated to Faro & Riffle Technique (Issue Gray Codes) 21
Jules Conway, John Hudak, William Zavis Etcetera The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4 No. 9) 270
Karl Fulves In The Beginning blank card is inserted in deck, it becomes a card according to spectator's wishes, gray code and faro, see also reference for further references, for set-up correction see page 56Related to Epilogue (Issue 6) 44
William Zavis Beginning Again odd-backed blank card is inserted in deck, it becomes a card according to spectator's wishes, gray code and faro, full-deck versionRelated to Faro & Riffle Technique (Issue Second Supplement) 62
William Zavis Easy-Determined Hour impromptu methodInspired by On the Clock Effect 18
Edward Marlo The Predetermined Hour clock trick, selection divined, hour predicted as card value, including four impromptu versionsVariationsAlso published here Kabbala - Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 1) 1
William Zavis Up the Sleeve Again card in sleeve appears on pack, in sleeve is now selection, new handlingInspired by Kabbala - Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 1) 3
William Zavis Coincidence two selections are in same position in two halves and divined, faro Epilogue (Issue 17) 158
Earl Keyser Faro Again with rough-smoothInspired by Epilogue (Issue 17) 159
William Zavis Up Down & Around routine, ace to four of spades and five red cards, spades penetrate, reverse and one changes place with a red card Pabular (Vol. 1 No. 4) 42
William Zavis Kings Over Queens queens arrive at the top one by one, attracted by the kings with the same suit, second phase the kings appear one by one on top face upRelated to Pabular (Vol. 1 No. 6) 73
William Zavis Kings Over Queens - Method II Related to Pabular (Vol. 1 No. 7) 80
William Zavis Gone Sandwich based on Jerry Hartman's "Sandwich to Go" in "Means and Ends" Pabular (Vol. 1 No. 8) 98
Murray Bonfeld Any Card, Any Number - The First System shuffling card from position x to the top in odd deck, modified in-faro for even deck that ignored bottom card, reverse method for Alex Elmsley's Binary Translocation No. 1Inspired byRelated to Faro Concepts 41
Paul Swinford, William Zavis, Mike Rogers Every Which Way Mini Packet Triumph (nine cards), three methods Loose Ends 75
Karl Fulves Self Working Mental Magic on this new bookVariations Interlocutor (Issue 40) 158
William Zavis Milled Race dollar size, backfire Arcane (Issue 4) 38
Karl Fulves, Jerry K. Hartman, William Zavis, Arthur Schwartz, George Robinson Too Good thoughts on books with secrets that are "too good"Inspired by Interlocutor (Issue 44) 173
David Roth The Legendary Four-Coin Trick coin appears with funny presentationVariations Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5 No. 1) 580
Jerry Sadowitz The Whisperers four Jacks "whisper" three selections and transpose with themRelated toVariations Alternative Card Magic 8
William Zavis View-Flip-Over two methods Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5 No. 8) 666
William Zavis Apocalypse Variations Or Additions Inspired by Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5 No. 11) 704
William Zavis Linear 'Z' one cards put face up in half of deck, mate at same position in other Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 20) 377
Philip T. Goldstein, Jerry Sadowitz, William Zavis Quietell Inspired by West Coast Quarterly (Vol. 1 No. 1) 30