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Howard A. Adams Interstices piece of glass is put in envelope and pierced with pencil and knife, stays unharmed The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 124) 499
Howard A. Adams Adams Coins coin is dropped in glass under handkerchief, coin shown again then it vanishes The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 143) 576
Howard A. Adams Cheap Look into the Future flap The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 149) 600
Howard A. Adams Burn billets are burnt, name divined at the end The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 175) 701
Bruce Elliott Fate male and female names are selected, one by sliding a paperclip on a list, second by rolling the dice, the names match and represent a famous pair from historyRelated toVariations The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 177) 708
Howard A. Adams A Penny For Your Thoughts! performer is blindfolded divines date of a coin and two selected words from a dictionary The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 184) 735
Howard A. Adams Prescience prediction of card and sign The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 265) 1058
Howard A. Adams Tri-Lie three peeked cards The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 266) 1064
Howard A. Adams Trilemma three phase routine
- two mentally selected cards change places
- two mentally selected cards end up in performer's pocket
- five mentally selected cards are found
Variations The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 280) 1118
Howard A. Adams Da Da Da Dumm murder games using three spectators The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 307) 27
Howard A. Adams Paged with any book, mathemtical The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 305) 19
Howard A. Adams Fate Again male and female names are selected, the names match and represent a famous pair from historyInspired by The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 332) 138
Howard A. Adams Casting the Future multiple cards prediction with two diceVariationsAlso published here The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 334) 144
Arthur Hastings Spirit Writings writing appears on one of two blank cardsRelated toVariations The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 335) 150
Howard A. Adams Gruesome name chosen from list is divinedVariations The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 352) 237
Howard A. Adams Straight Curve Miraskill with ESP cards The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 357) 257
Howard A. Adams Spirit Star selected ESP symbols appear on blank cardsInspired by The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 357) 257
Howard A. Adams Predictremens two predictions, with stack of coin envelopes and business cards The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 362) 276
Ernest Heldman Some Gruesome Comments simplification of Adams routineInspired by The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 354) 245
Howard A. Adams Tenvelopes three digit numbers are divined, with small envelopes The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 367) 295
Howard A. Adams A Chinese Apparition with folding screen The Conjurors' Book of Stage Illusions 57
Howard A. Adams Hypnodeck No. 82, all quartets together, then dealing procedure according to though-of card More Self-Working Card Tricks 123
Ken Krenzel Post Hoc Miracle thought from half the deck, a bit strange procedure, miscallingInspired by The New York Magic Symposium — Collection 3 106
Paul Curry, Howard A. Adams Matchmaker five ESP cards, torn in half, matching routine, see also following item, for credit information see referenceRelated to Epoptica (Issue Yearbook) 294
Vernon Winiecke Mix and Match "Dot Com - Tricks and stunts with numbers"
five cards torn, two piles with five half-cards, words spelled and pairs put aside, they match, see reference for credit information, Ramasee Principle
Related to The Fine Print (Issue 10) 346
Karl Fulves (reviewer) OICUFESP & MINDSPA by Howard A. Adams Latter Day Secrets (Issue 1) 15
Howard A. Adams Tulefta ten ESP (or regular) cards, eight eliminated, remaining two cards match, eliminated cards match as well as kicker, involving spelling, Ramasee PrincipleRelated toVariationsAlso published here
  • OICUFESP Vol. 10 (1982)
Latter Day Secrets (Issue 1) 17
Howard A. Adams Change In Mind six cards torn in half, dealt for three players, top cards removed and coins placed on top, rest in one pile, coin values spelled to arrive at mates, Ramasee PrincipleAlso published here
  • Mindespa Vol. 6 (1992)
Latter Day Secrets (Issue 3) 76
Howard A. Adams Predicnic ESP deck, piles made according to values of three coins, selection found with match in the endVariationsAlso published here
  • OICUFESP Vol. 6 (1980)
Latter Day Secrets (Issue 4) 86
Mel Bennett Thrifty Aces values of four coins used to count down to four AcesInspired byRelated to Latter Day Secrets (Issue 4) 87
Karl Fulves Pennywise values of three coins used to count down to three AcesInspired by Latter Day Secrets (Issue 4) 88
Howard A. Adams Notes on Ramasee historical commentsRelated to
  • "The Ramasee Prophecy" (OICUFESP)
Latter Day Secrets (Issue 2) 41
David Luenberger Birthday Spell letter cards used to spell names, name of birthday girl shows up, Ramasee principleInspired by Latter Day Secrets (Issue 2) 42
Karl Fulves, Howard A. Adams Metal with Memory No. 25, three coins arranged and cards dealt according to their value, three Aces are found My Best Self-Working Card Tricks 51
Martin Gardner, Howard A. Adams Make the Cards Match No. 88, five cards matched with other five cardsRelated to
  • "Packeten One" (Howard A. Adams, "O.I.C.U.F.E.S.P" Vol. 9)
Variations
New Self-Working Card Tricks 130
Paul Curry, Howard A. Adams Matchmaker five ESP cards, torn in half, matching routine, two versions, one with telephone, basic principle goes back to Howard Adams' trick "Packeten One" in "O.I.C.U.F.E.S.P" Vol. 9Related to Paul Curry's Worlds Beyond 147
Karl Fulves, Howard A. Adams The Odds Against No. 55, five cards torn in half, halves matched, using two diceInspired by My Best Self-Working Card Tricks 125
Karl Fulves Predicquik "2x Howard Adams"
match with ESP cards involving the spelling of coin values
Inspired by Latter Day Secrets (Issue 5) 144
Karl Fulves Predicquick-2 "2x Howard Adams"
match with ESP cards involving the spelling of coin values
Inspired by Latter Day Secrets (Issue 5) 144
Howard A. Adams Futurism No. 33, three cards chosen with two dice, predictedAlso published here New Self-Working Card Tricks 49
Karl Fulves Four on a Die No. 34, two dice used to find four-of-a-kindInspired by New Self-Working Card Tricks 50
Howard A. Adams Crazy Ramazy involving spelling and piles Prolix (Issue 2) 119
Howard A. Adams Fivelefta The Effect eight-card pile, three removed after cut from either top or bottom, involving spellingVariations Prolix (Issue 2) 123
Howard A. Adams 234 5Lefta eight-card pile, three removed after cut from either top or bottom, two numbers arrived at, they match
- Add To Nine Variation
Prolix (Issue 2) 124
Howard A. Adams Fivelefta Eleven eight-card pile, three removed after cut from either top or bottom, weird number prediction involving writing letters on cards and spelling
- ESP Version
- Howard Adams Note
- KF Note
Prolix (Issue 2) 125
Howard A. Adams Fivelefta Remova eight-card pile, three removed after cut from either top or bottom, small packet procedure Prolix (Issue 2) 127
Howard A. Adams Sixlefta Subtracta eight-card pile, two removed after cut from either top or bottom Prolix (Issue 2) 128
Howard A. Adams Ramasee-Tulefta Returns six-card packet of ESP cards, spelling Prolix (Issue 2) 130
Howard A. Adams Man And Lady ESP matching with eight-card packet, spelling MAN and LADY Prolix (Issue 2) 131
Howard A. Adams Doublefta double version of Fivelefta, two versions (ESP and number cards) Prolix (Issue 2) 132
Howard A. Adams Quintuplefta ten-cards packet, all five ESP cards match, spelling Prolix (Issue 2) 133
Howard A. Adams Vifteena Variation six-card packet, spelling to arrive at a number Prolix (Issue 2) 135
Howard A. Adams Booklefta number force with eight-card packet and spelling Prolix (Issue 2) 136
Howard A. Adams Gamblefta ten-card packet distributed to three players, pairs received Prolix (Issue 2) 137
Howard A. Adams Gambleleftwo eight-card packet, betting game, winning with pair Prolix (Issue 2) 138
Howard A. Adams Gamblelefthree eight-card packet, betting game, winning with pair Prolix (Issue 2) 139
Howard A. Adams A Partial Bibliography Prolix (Issue 2) 140
Howard A. Adams TripleThreeTrio Principles six-card packet tricks with spelling, ESP pairs or mates
- King Tut Principle
- Lady Man Principle
- Miracle Fifteen - Wedding Principle
Variations Prolix (Issue 3) 182
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
Howard A. Adams King Tut & Jack Benny small packet spelling with eight ESP or number cards, matches
- King Tut Principle
- Cleo And The King
- Jack Benny 39
- Jack Benny Quickie
- Another J. B. Quickie
Inspired by Prolix (Issue 4) 227
Karl Fulves Dealflip "following Dealflipdropcut"
further ideas with the mixing process, see following items
Related to Xtra Credit (Issue 1) 3
Howard A. Adams Dealflipdropcut small packet tricks, featuring a false mixing process
- The Principle
- Spellflipdropcut
- ESP Test
- The Others Principle
- Sequence
Related to Prolix (Issue 5) 319
Karl Fulves Poker by Mail nine envelopes with one or two cards in each, Dealflipdropcut mixing with die, three-handed game dealt, performer get's Royal FlushRelated to Prolix (Issue 5) 322
Howard A. Adams Cidentaquin five-way coincidence with 25-card ESP deckVariationsAlso published here
  • Genii, August 1970
Prolix (Issue 6) 414
Howard A. Adams Displayaquin five-way coincidence with 25-card ESP deck
- KF Note by Karl Fulves
Inspired by Prolix (Issue 6) 415
Howard A. Adams Loveffect six cards torn in half, two cards chosen, they matchInspired by
  • "Dunder" (Mindspa #3)
Prolix (Issue 8) 532
Howard A. Adams Matchthis matching with ten ESP cards, misspelled "Machthis" Prolix (Issue 8) 533
Howard A. Adams Billeeve It Again eight-card packet and some bills, number coincidences with card values and bill valuesInspired by
  • "Billeeve It Or Not" (Howard A. Adams)
Prolix (Issue 8) 533
Howard A. Adams Breakfast At The East Nine Club small packet spelling with ESP or playing cards, matches
- Breakfast Mentalism
- Don't Use Tea Leaves
- Glass of Tea
- Burgerama
- Let's Dine Out
- Items Go ESP
Prolix (Issue 7) 455
Howard A. Adams Tatulefta spelling trick with eight cards Prolix (Issue 7) 471
Karl Fulves Triptych two cards chosen, two piles dealt and performer reads out loud all the cards, spectators name the piles with their selections, performer divines cards, they transpose into other pile and are only odd-backed onesInspired byRelated to Prolix (Issue 9) 603
Howard A. Adams The Order of Chaos DealFlipDropCut, apparent mixing of packet by spectatorRelated to
  • "DealFlipDropCut" (Howard A. Adams, OICUFESP Vol. 6, 1980, p. 15)
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