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Theodore Annemann A New Kink for the Reversing of One Card subtle reverse method for one-way backRelated to SH-H-H--! It's A Secret 12
R. M. Jamison Touch blank cards variation, deck of blank backed cards, small-packet suggestionVariations The Magic Annual for 1937 48
Dai Vernon Bathroom Strippers using broken glassRelated to Inner Secrets of Card Magic 70
Juan Tamariz Blown Away "Neither Blind Nor Silly"Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 10 No. 7) 1369
Paul Curry Touch with a lot of credit informationVariations Paul Curry's Worlds Beyond 206
Ricky Smith, Salvador Sufrate The Cherry Control control to top as deck is fanned, for credit correction see Issue 11, p. 1Related toVariations Penumbra (Issue 5) 13
Ryan Plunkett Introduction Some Assembly Required 8
Ryan Plunkett Patet Pondus 1. Charpentier's Dream: Deck placed in box with cellophane window. Cased deck felt to gradually lose weight, before shown to be empty
2. Invisible Deck Monte: Three deck monte with card cases, cases start out empty, but then one of the boxes felt to suddenly grow heavy - deck produced from it
Some Assembly Required 11
Ryan Plunkett The Mexican-American War Three blank cards, predictions written on them, match three freely selected cardsInspired by Some Assembly Required 20
Harapan Ong, Ryan Plunkett Stock Lines Stock Lines: Ad lib game for magicians, made into structured routine that dictates the card trickAlso published here Some Assembly Required 27
Ryan Plunkett Pac-Man Sam Pacman drawn on card jumps from card to card, swallowing pellets. Ghost appears, then selection travels to card box.Inspired by
  • "Stickman Sam" (Mark Mason, released with JB Magic, 2006)
Some Assembly Required 33
Justin Purcell Ms. Pac-Man Card to wallet ending for Pac-Man Sam with streamlined handlingInspired by Some Assembly Required 42
Ryan Plunkett Fly By Night Three Fly routine using large, different-colored discs Some Assembly Required 47
Ryan Plunkett Notes Funny ideas Some Assembly Required 56
Ryan Plunkett Multiple Cull Control A New Angle 25
Ryan Plunkett Subtleties displays for a stripper deck in which every second card is secretly reversed
1. Spread Subtlety (in-the-hands spread with ribbon-spread hide-out)
2. Riffle Subtlety
A New Angle 73
Benjamin Earl The Resourceful Professional gambling routine
1. Shuffle Location/Culling
2. False Dealing
3. Stacking
4. Card Mucking/Switching
5. Shuffle Tracking
6. Four-of-a-Kind Location
Variations Less is More 110
Harapan Ong Stock Lines Stock Lines: Ad lib game for magicians, made into structured routine that dictates the card trickAlso published here Wabi-Sabi 41
Ryan Plunkett Cherry Control Variation Cherry Control with Stripper DeckInspired by A New Angle 59
Ryan Plunkett The "Eh, Fuck it" Ace Interlude Magician loses three Aces in the deck, remaining Ace multiplies into four Aces Elixir (Vol. 1 No. 1 (Summer #1)) 3
Ryan Plunkett, Michael Feldman Introduction A New Angle 7
Ryan Plunkett, Michael Feldman The Basics Misconceptions about tapered decks, terminology and basic handlings
- Sides and Ends
- The Cut
A New Angle 11
Ryan Plunkett, Michael Feldman How to Cut Cards - Purchase
- Card Trimmer
- Stripper Jig (Eoin O'Hare)
- Paper Cutter
- "Bathroom Strippers"
- Rounding Corners
Related to A New Angle 18
Ryan Plunkett Collect Yourself three cards selected and lost, four Aces magically appear on top of the deck, then three cards appear sandwiched between the Aces A New Angle 24
Ryan Plunkett Dual Thought two cards lost and found under "test conditions"Inspired by A New Angle 38
Ryan Plunkett Shuffleupagus deck shuffled by two spectators, then shown to be almost separated into red and blacks, now in new deck orderInspired by
  • "The One Handed Faro Miracle" (Roger Smith, Necromancer, Vol. 1, No. 6, 1971)
A New Angle 40
Ryan Plunkett Shuffleupagus Redux deck is shuffled and shown to be mixed, shuffled again, placed in box. When taken out, deck is in new deck order (in the hands routine, no table required)Inspired by A New Angle 49
Ryan Plunkett A Satisfying Sequence Getting a card turned end for end and returned reversed in the deck, out of magician's handsRelated to A New Angle 58
Ryan Plunkett, Michael Feldman Stay Stack: An Introduction Describing the basics of Stay Stacks A New Angle 60
Ryan Plunkett Twin Peeks Know which card spectator is peeking at during riffle peekRelated to A New Angle 64
Ryan Plunkett The Nearly Final Countdown Spectator peeks at card, mates appear at same position in two halvesRelated to A New Angle 76
Ryan Plunkett Ode to Rusduck card and location divined by magician A New Angle 79
Ryan Plunkett, Michael Feldman Triumph: An Introduction A New Angle 112
Ryan Plunkett The Hallucinogenic Shuffle As deck is shuffled, more and more face up cards appear. Selection made, lost, dead cut to selection, then deck is all face down A New Angle 122
Ryan Plunkett Flash Triumph Clean handling of Triumph, selection appears in deck suddenly after all cards shown to have turned face down first A New Angle 131
Ryan Plunkett, Michael Feldman Epilogue A New Angle 157
Ryan Plunkett Muck Off Magician demonstrates switching card on table for card in sleeve, has spectator try it too, then produce Royal Flush from spectator's sleeveInspired by Elixir (Vol. 2 No. 1 (Summer #2)) 56