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C. O. Williams The Card from the Pocket card at thought of position is remembered and found, lazy manVariations Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 342
Stanley Collins Contingency Correction as an out for the classic forceRelated to Greater Magic 193
Gerald Kosky An Easy Bottom Deal stud off the backVariations More Card Manipulations (Issue 2) 15
Kent Arthur Eerie Cards using eight cards, card finally spelled toRelated to The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 101) 615
Edward Marlo One Hand Control Aces are lost with charlier cuts and found using one hand only, two crimpsVariationsAlso published here The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 78) 318
Unknown A Poker Player's Picnic no-touch, little bit of dealing involvedRelated toVariationsAlso published here The Royal Road to Card Magic 16
Cy Keller You Do As Cy Do both cards at same positionVariations The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 234) 935
Edward Marlo Marlo's Strike Unit Control Variations Seconds, Centers, Bottoms 129
Edward Marlo The No Touch Theory three methodsRelated toVariations Seconds, Centers, Bottoms 124
Unknown Natural Air Pocket Principle squared deck is often cut at the same spot because of natural air pocketsRelated to Estimation 31
Edward Marlo Color Eliminator color reflects on back of other card or nail polish on fingertipRelated to Estimation 35
Edward Marlo Quadruple Undercut Variations Expert Card Conjuring 4
Edward Marlo Unexpected Prediction Related toVariations Expert Card Conjuring 88
Edward Marlo Alternatives for the "Collectors" five methodsVariations Hierophant (Issue 2) 49
Edward Marlo Who's Hockley inspired by John Derris' "Hockley's Prediction", two methods (biddle type stop force)Related toVariations Hierophant (Issue 4) 205
Joseph K. Schmidt Subconscious Poker II one card is controlled during the repeat-dealing of five poker-hand and appears in a Royal Flush, see also p. 840 for idea by Cushing StroutInspired by
  • "Subconscious Poker" (Bob Fisher, The Sphinx, April 1939, or Daley's Notebooks #407)
Related toVariationsAlso published here
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 2) 687
Edward Marlo Interlaced Transposition three cards from between Aces to KingsVariations Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 119
Edward Marlo Swivel-Cull Related to Hierophant (Issue The Last Hierophant) 31
Joe Dignam CoUnTerfeit three packets false cutVariations Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 2) 30
Justin Higham E.Z.4.U. coin vanish Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 18) 337
Justin Higham E.Z.2. three sevens between kings vanish and appear face up in deck, fourth seven was previously selectedVariations Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 18) 339
Tim Gan Wow four Aces, Ace with same suit turns over, when repeated, Ace turns into selectionVariations Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 18) 350
Edward Marlo Nouveau 21-Card-Trick - First Phase
- Second Phase
- Third Phase
- Fourth Phase
- Fifth Phase
- Sixth Phase (Gag)
- Blow-Off Phase I
- Blow-Off Phase II
Related toVariations Marlo without Tears 146
Reinhard Müller Reinhard Müller Comments on Ghost Room and Psycho CutInspired by Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 32) 523
Justin Higham, Stephen Tucker, Pascal Monmoine Pandemonium - growing Deck gag (Higham)
- trouser pocket as servante (Higham)
- card revelation gag with two spectators selecting the same card (Tucker)
- five coins travel from hand to hand and then change into one coin (Tucker)
- Cutting the Aces, Bilis/ Marlo variation idea (Monmoine)
Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 22) 420
Reinhard Müller Magical Mysteries! idea and variation for Interflight and E.Z.2.Inspired byVariations Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 22) 428
Justin Higham Or...... Inspired by Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. Special #3) 7
Ian Land Interlaced with a Strange Ease cards end up reversed in middleInspired by Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. Special #3) 32
Justin Higham E.Z.2. Variation in a letterInspired by Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 25) 479
Justin Higham Ghost Room Inspired byVariations Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 28) 550
David Britland Jackrobats with extra card, first packet then in the deckInspired by
  • "Acrobatic Cards" (Verne Chesbro, Larry West, Tricks You Can Count On, p. 20)
VariationsAlso published here
Deckade 14
Justin Higham Hello calculator reveals word hello, which is also found on Joker Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 29) 562
Justin Higham On Patrol Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 30) 587
Justin Higham Pendulum chinese coin on pen Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 31) 598
Justin Higham More than a Key comb penetrates bill Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 33) 641
Justin Higham Som-Ace-Sault two Aces are turned face up, all turn face up, as finale Aces turn all over in deckInspired byVariations Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 7 No. 12) 1006
Randy Wakeman The Spectator Cuts to and Turns Over the Aces basically the same as Ackerman's versionRelated toVariations Formula One Close-Up 41
Justin Higham Litmus Aces Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 8 No. 9) 1114
Edward Marlo Spread Pass Addition with variations (Delayed Addition, Off The Face Switch)Related to Thirty Five Years Later 20
Justin Higham One By One half dollars change to pennies, half dollars travel under playing card Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 10 No. 9) 1402
Edward Marlo The Mental Topper spectator counts to value of thought-of card, card located, optionally matching values found, faro, variationsVariationsAlso published here
  • The New Tops, Apr. 1966
M.I.N.T. — Volume I 216
Edward Marlo Single False Cuts four methods, single cutsVariations Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 110
Justin Higham What's eating you? Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 11 No. 2) 1463
Justin Higham Surprise Filling visual Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 12 No. 7) 1661
Edward Marlo Breaking the Rule spelling to the four Aces, last one turns overVariations So Soon? 44
Jon Racherbaumer Fuddle Aces two Aces are turned face up, all turn face up, selection found at the end, red and black Aces trasnpose as wellInspired by Cardfixes 36
Justin Higham Easy-Going Nomad Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 13 No. 11) 1854
Edward Marlo Math Applied sixteen cards and reverse faros, four effectsRelated to That's It 55
Alex Elmsley Mathematics and Mentalism clever presentation comparing mathematical methods with real mindreading, reverse faroRelated toVariations The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 1 378
John Bannon Directed Verdict actually "Directed Verdict IV"Related toVariations Smoke and Mirrors 106
Edward Marlo, Gerald Kosky Burn-Surviving Switchout Related to
  • Inside Out V (Justin Higham)
Card Finesse II 43
Justin Higham Blankjack Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 15 No. 4) 2060
Harry Lorayne Second-Dealing Poker Related to Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 16 No. 10) 2272
Alex Elmsley Fate's Datebook part of "The Dazzle Act" (starting on page 425 until the end of the book), using a improvisational type of selection procedureRelated toVariations The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 2 433
Bob Irons Gambler's Aces breather crimp, tabledVariations Roger's Thesaurus 104
Justin Higham The Longitudinal Pass Roger's Thesaurus 114
Justin Higham The Dribble Shift Related toAlso published here
  • Utility Card Sleights (1988, p. 12)
Roger's Thesaurus 116
Justin Higham Delayed Dribble Shift Roger's Thesaurus 118
David Carré The Combination Cull - First Method four-of-a-kind to the bottomRelated to Roger's Thesaurus 133
Justin Higham The Combination Cull - Second Method four-of-a-kind to the topRelated to Roger's Thesaurus 134
Justin Higham The Push-Off Second Deal - Third Method Roger's Thesaurus 148
Justin Higham Block Unit Control Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 151
Justin Higham Interlaced Transformation three cards between Aces in center, Kings on top, Aces now on top and Kings in center with the three cardsInspired byVariations Roger's Thesaurus 160
Justin Higham, Edward Marlo Strike Unit Control brief Roger's Thesaurus 160
Justin Higham Phantom Aces position of Aces announced after spectators shuffle the deck, one-by-one production, last one stabbed with another card by spectatorInspired by Roger's Thesaurus 166
Justin Higham Stab Force Inspired byRelated to Roger's Thesaurus 168
Justin Higham Preface Roger's Thesaurus xvii
Justin Higham Running Charlier Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 169
Jack Avis, Cy Endfield Twist and Vanish biddle trick, five-card twisting routine, cards turn over one by one, selection vanishes at the endRelated to
  • Inside Out No. VI (1989, Justin Higham, p. 14)
Roger's Thesaurus 174
Justin Higham Variation Two: Steal-Back biddle steal/load handling Roger's Thesaurus 185
Justin Higham Variation Three: Centerpoint Subtlety deck spread on table in two stages, former reversed bottom card is seen in the center at the end, cut/pass substituteAlso published here
  • "Illusive Aces" (Justin Higham, West End Card Session, 1989, p. 18)
Roger's Thesaurus 185
Jack Avis A Change of Identity four Jacks "whisper" three selections and transpose with themInspired byRelated toVariations Roger's Thesaurus 190
Roger Crosthwaite Pocket Switch card sticking out of breast pocket, removed with one hand, see also p. 234 for credit informationRelated to
  • Ed Marlo in "Technomagic" No. 12 (Justin Higham, June 1991)
Roger's Thesaurus 30
Justin Higham Identity Cards alternate handling, whisperersInspired by Roger's Thesaurus 198
Justin Higham Super Clairvoyant spectator thinks of any card, deals twice the value and drops rest on top, after a reverse faro, the performer knows the value and can fish Roger's Thesaurus 64
Justin Higham Spectator Cuts, Magician Delivers Related to Roger's Thesaurus 72
Edward Marlo, Justin Higham Open Hockley Variant apparently dragging top card of packet into left hand, bottom card taken instead Roger's Thesaurus 73
R. Paul Wilson Justify Me transposed collectorsInspired by Chaos Theories 55
Arthur Setterington The Square Deal No. 24, 3x3 layout with twelve cards, center cards added give forced number, card at this position predictedRelated to Self-Working Close-up Card Magic 43
Edward Marlo Spectator Cuts to Locate Aces spectator cuts and values are used to count down to selectionVariationsAlso published here M.I.N.T. — Volume II 299
Justin Higham Spectator Cuts - Magician Delivers Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20 No. 11) 2857
Harry Lorayne Apocalypse Variations Or Additions Inspired by Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20 No. 6) 2807
Justin Higham Super Clairvoyant Variations Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20 No. 1) 2741
Justin Higham True Magic via Objectivity about inventing, selecting, practicing and performing
"Also revealed is a brief but empowering glimpse of the secret behind the Marlo Method (...) this method is merely hinted at."
Also published here True Magic via Objectivity 3
Justin Higham Force-as-I-Force spectator and performer each think of a card in two decks, deck exchanged and cards removed, they match Arcardia 68
Justin Higham Corrected Prediction card peeked at, it matches a prediction in wallet
- Method One (prediction same color)
- Method Two (prediction odd-backed)
- Method Three (deck changes back color as climax)
Inspired by
  • "One Deck Perfect Prediction" (Justin Higham, Technomagic No. 2, Aug. 1990)
  • Domination of Thought (Hofzinser)
Related to
  • Tech-Notes No. 1 (March 1992), incorrect description
Arcardia 87
Roger Crosthwaite, Justin Higham Independent Prediction odd-backed prediction card in breast pocket, matches peeked-at card
- Method One (Crosthwaite)
- Method Two (Higham)
Inspired by
  • "One Deck Perfect Prediction" (Justin Higham, Technomagic No. 2, Aug. 1990)
Arcardia 90
Justin Higham Square-Rigged Ace through Queen mixed and dealt in 3x3 square formation by spectator, center cards added and used to count to selection, credit informationInspired by
  • "Exit" (Stephen Tucker, Abra #2164, July 18th 1987)
Related toVariationsAlso published here
  • Precursor #23, May 1989
Arcardia 95
Justin Higham Tri-Rigged altered layoutInspired by Arcardia 100
Justin Higham More on the Dribble Shift corrected descriptionRelated to Arcardia 131
Justin Higham Dribble Shift and Palm with one-handed palm after shift with part of deck Arcardia 134
Justin Higham Revised Red and Blue performer and spectator each shuffle a deck, they shuffle the same deck to the top Arcardia 160
Justin Higham Pre-Subtlety vs. Post-Subtlety Arcardia 161
Justin Higham Orientation Arcardia 9
Justin Higham True Magic Via Objectivity (revised) Also published here Arcardia 15
Justin Higham Spectator's Stop Trick selection glimpsed The Simulation of Miracles 19
Justin Higham Spectator Cuts to Indicate the Aces top cards are used to count downInspired by The Simulation of Miracles 31
Justin Higham Convincing Push-Through [Multiple] Sandwich two methods The Simulation of Miracles 22
Justin Higham Multiple Push-Through Sandwich The Simulation of Miracles 21
Justin Higham Push-Through Sandwich The Simulation of Miracles 21
Justin Higham Push-Through Failure Sandwich one or multiple The Simulation of Miracles 33
Justin Higham Mind-Reading in Reverse interesting, five methodsRelated to The Simulation of Miracles 11
Justin Higham Simple Clairvoyant Plus red/black set-up The Simulation of Miracles 16
Justin Higham Note on "Fishing" on making statements The Simulation of Miracles 17
Justin Higham Overhand-Shuffle Rear Glimpse The Simulation of Miracles 18
Justin Higham Clean Maxi-Twist ending clean, transformation kicker The Simulation of Miracles 29
Justin Higham Triple Clairvoyance dressed up presentation The Simulation of Miracles 14
Justin Higham Foreword The Simulation of Miracles
Justin Higham Royal Maxi Twist transformation kicker The Simulation of Miracles 30
Justin Higham The Simulation of Miracles - Introduction
- The Ideal Effect
- The Spectrum of Magic
- Importance of Archetypes
- The Actual Effect
- The Basic Effect
- The Specific Effect
- The Effect-Procedure
- Designing the Method
- A Scientific System of "Creating"
- An Inspirational "System" of Creating
- Conclusion
The Simulation of Miracles 1
Justin Higham Postscript The Simulation of Miracles 34
Justin Higham Direct Push-Through Failure several variations The Simulation of Miracles 20
Justin Higham Push-Through Failure Variations problems and effects The Simulation of Miracles 33
Justin Higham Vernonesque Stop Trick OOSOOM sure fire, not thought ofRelated to
  • "Mindshaker" (Roger Crosthwaite, Arcadia, 1999)
The Simulation of Miracles 18
Justin Higham Unaccountable Oil and Water 4&4Inspired by
  • "Unaccounted Oil and Water" (Justing Higham, Card Notes)
The Simulation of Miracles 23
Justin Higham Collected Oil and Water - Streamlined two methodsInspired by
  • "Collected Oil and Water" (Justing Higham, Card Notes)
The Simulation of Miracles 26
Luke Jermay A Remote Castle card castle is destroyed by spectator and face up cards divinedRelated to Building Blocks 101
Justin Higham Foreword Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 1
Justin Higham Foreword Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 1
Justin Higham Side-Faro Sandwich 1 Variations Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 1
Justin Higham Side-Faro Sandwich 2 Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 1
Justin Higham Side-Faro Collectors Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 1
Justin Higham Side-Faro Separation Failure Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 2
Justin Higham Side-Faro Full-Deck Oil & Water deck shuffled three times, always ends up separated into red and black cards Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 2
Justin Higham Full-Deck Oil & Water Plus Si Stebbins Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 2
Justin Higham Side-Faro Multiple Shift idea, to the bottom Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 2
Justin Higham Side-Faro Triumph Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 3
Justin Higham Side-Faro Ace Location four ace production / location Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 3
Justin Higham Side-Faro Double Coincidence Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 3
Justin Higham Side-Faro Flexible Discovery - Side-Faro Flexible Collectors
- (Side-Faro) Minimalist Collectors
Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 3
Justin Higham Side-Faro Aces Up aces in the center with one ace face-up, that aces is put on top and other aces follow Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 4
Justin Higham End Notes Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 4
Justin Higham False Shuffle Side-Faro False Shuffle Tricks with the Side-Faro False Shuffle 5
Benjamin Earl Playing the Odds spectator shuffles and deals themselves royal flush, thought-of card divinedVariations Seeing with Photo-Electric Eyes 10
Justin Higham Fate, Chance, Freewill featuring a multiple out forceVariations Best of Friends — Volume III 347
Justin Higham Card/Copper/Silver one coin under card on tableVariations Best of Friends — Volume III 351
Justin Higham "Oops" Open Prediction using a form of the Henry Christ Force Best of Friends — Volume III 354
Justin Higham Acid-Jazz Aces Best of Friends — Volume III 376
Harry Lorayne Justin Higham mini bio Best of Friends - Volume III 346
Justin Higham A Brief Analysis of the 21 Card Trick and Related Effects - Introduction 7-7-7 168
Justin Higham The 16 Card Trick 7-7-7 168
Justin Higham The 25 Card Trick "Mental Poker" 7-7-7 169
Justin Higham Mutus Nomen Cocis Dedit 7-7-7 172
Justin Higham The 21 Card Trick 7-7-7 174
Justin Higham 50 Card Trick Plus Sandwich 7-7-7 178
Justin Higham Justified 21 Card Trick 7-7-7 179
Justin Higham Pseudo 15 Card Trick Inspired by
  • "Direct 15-Card Trick" (Collected Card Notes, 1999, p. 77)
7-7-7 181
Justin Higham Conclusion 7-7-7 183
Justin Higham End Notes 7-7-7 184
Justin Higham Deal, Count, Spell Different handling for The Magician, The Fool and The Wheel of Fortune with six-sided die Dexterity Manual 50
Justin Higham Off-Centre Coincidence Deck is split in half, dealt down, two selections appear at the same timeInspired by Dexterity Manual 51
Justin Higham Pseudo Topper four random cards laid on table, spectator chooses one, revealed to be selection, the other three suddenly change to match as four-of-a-kindInspired by Dexterity Manual 53
Justin Higham Sense of Touch Location Card selected and lost amongst one of three piles, performer eliminates all, except selection

- First Method
- Second Method
- Third Method
Dexterity Manual 54
Justin Higham, Kevin Baker The NoBo Lie Detector "No" = Bottom
- First Version
- Second Version (Kevin Baker)
- Third Version (Kevin Baker)
- Fourth Version (Kevin Baker)
- Fifth Version
- Sixth Version
- Seventh Version
- Eighth Version (Kevin Baker)
- Ninth Version
- Tenth Version (Kevin Baker)
Inspired by
  • Blackstone's Modern Card Tricks, pp. 130-133
Related to
Dexterity Manual 57
Justin Higham Intuitive Twenty-One Card Trick - First Method
- Second Method
- Third Method
- Fourth Method
Inspired by Dexterity Manual 65
Justin Higham Foreword Dexterity Manual 2
Justin Higham The Anti-Gravity Shift One handed shift that is done from pinky break, and hand can be in any position, including upside down. Dexterity Manual 3
Justin Higham One-handed Slip Pass Secret one handed Slip Cut Dexterity Manual 8
Justin Higham One-handed Pull-out One handed method of transferring card from center to topRelated to Dexterity Manual 8
Justin Higham Around-the-Deck Reversal Secret reversal of bottom card to the top of deckRelated to Dexterity Manual 9
Justin Higham Fake Zarrow Shuffle modified handling of Fake Zarrow Shuffle from Collected Card Notes
- Second Version
- Third Version
Inspired by
  • "Fake Zarrow Shuffle" (Justin Higham, Collected Card Notes, 1999)
Dexterity Manual 10
Justin Higham Svengali-ish Convincer Zarrow/Shank shuffle convincer with unsquared deck (deck left in slight reverse faro condition) Dexterity Manual 12
Justin Higham Up-The-Ladder Finesse Dexterity Manual 12
Justin Higham Multiple Undershuffle Finessed handling of a multiple undercut in the handsInspired by Dexterity Manual 13
Justin Higham Deal Shuffle Slop style shuffle with both hands in Mechanics grip, just pushing over packets from left to right hand. Can be used as:

- Key card placement
- Control (top or bottom)
Dexterity Manual 14
Justin Higham, Will Houstoun, Dai Vernon Covers & Applications for the A.G. Shift - With the Hand at the Side
- Move-to-Pocket Cover (Houstoun)
- Behind-the-Jacket Cover
- Back-pocket Cover
- Envelope Cover
- Banknote-Counting Cover - Gaming Scenario
- Behind-the-Shoulder Cover (Vernon)
- Behind-the-Chair Cover (Houstoun)
- As an Addition Move (see Spread Pass Addition)
Related to Dexterity Manual 4
Justin Higham Illogical Strip-Cut Force Spectator says stop during stip-cut sequence, magician deals face card onto table as selection (modified Hindu Shuffle Force)Related to Dexterity Manual 16
Justin Higham Illogical Strip Cut Aces locate all four Aces using Illogical Strip Cut ForceInspired byRelated to Dexterity Manual 17
Justin Higham Sympathetic Triumph Card that is left face up after Triumph shuffle is the mate of previously made selectionRelated to Dexterity Manual 17
Justin Higham Illogical Spread Force Tabled spread is separated and top card is dealt off as selection Dexterity Manual 18
Justin Higham One-Handed IDF One handed variation on the Cross Cut Force where top packet is flipped face up Dexterity Manual 19
Justin Higham One Handed Flip-Over Force Inspired by
  • "T.K's Flip Over Force No. 1" (Tony Kardyro, Kardyro's Kard Konjuring, 1956)
Dexterity Manual 20
Justin Higham False Throw-Cut Force Using False Swing Cut as force after riffle stop, uses Fourth Method of Single False Cuts (Marlo's Magazine vol. 6)Inspired byVariations Dexterity Manual 20
Justin Higham Illogical False Throw-Cut Force Inspired byRelated to
  • "Face-Up Stripping Control" (Benjamin Earl, Gambit No. 1, 2009)
Dexterity Manual 20
Justin Higham Illogical Riffle Force Riffle Force done upside down, where the two packets are openly transposed Dexterity Manual 21
Justin Higham, Roger Crosthwaite Third-Eye Force Spectator says stop while magician deals cards on table, bottom card of tabled packet is slid out Dexterity Manual 22
Justin Higham Tilted Fake Removal Pretend to take card from center of deck, actually take bottom cardInspired by Dexterity Manual 23
Justin Higham CO2 Lazy Man's Card to Pocket, but even lazier - no palming requiredInspired by Dexterity Manual 24
Justin Higham Cognitive Transposition Two cards transpose, and then the suits transpose Dexterity Manual 25
Justin Higham Biddle Appearance Face up card appears to be thrown onto the table from thin airRelated to Dexterity Manual 27
Justin Higham Biddle-Appearance Sandwich Sandwich sequence using the Biddle AppearanceRelated to Dexterity Manual 27
Justin Higham Biddle-Appearance Collectors Collectors routine with Biddle Appearance (reference to Apex Ace by Frank Garcia)Related to Dexterity Manual 28
Justin Higham Chinatown Bluff Card/Copper/Silver routine with Chinatown presentationInspired by Dexterity Manual 29
Justin Higham Jungian Poker five poker hands dealt, spectator peeks at one card from a poker hand, all cards are collected and re-dealt, performer gets winning hand of straight flush consisting of peeked at cardInspired byRelated to Dexterity Manual 31
Justin Higham Longitudinal Monte three Card Monte tabled routine, cards held longitudinallyInspired by
  • "Marlo's Monte & Moves" (Edward Marlo, The Sorcerer's Eyes, Vol. 3, Issue 33-36, 1981)
Dexterity Manual 33
Justin Higham, Edward Marlo Longitudinal Monte Switch Dexterity Manual 34
Justin Higham Mini-Faro, Pseudo Centres Pseudo centre routine - spectator get Kings, performer gets Aces, uses Mini Faro conceptRelated to Dexterity Manual 36
Justin Higham Mini Faro Faroing Aces into deck in preparation for stacking later Dexterity Manual 37
Justin Higham Spectator Cuts a Run of Seven Spectator cuts seven piles, top cards are Ace to Seven of Hearts (strong rummy hand)Inspired by Dexterity Manual 38
Justin Higham Digital Poker Deck placed in pocket, full house pulled out with each card clipped between the fingersRelated to Dexterity Manual 41
Justin Higham Digital Aces Ace Production with Digital Poker techniqueRelated to Dexterity Manual 43
Justin Higham No-Palm Digital Poker Alternative method for Digital Poker Dexterity Manual 43
Justin Higham Subconscious Culling Poker deal demo, magician gets four Aces, presentation involves technique called "subconscious culling"Inspired by
  • "Subconscious Poker" (Bob Fisher, The Sphinx)
Dexterity Manual 43
Justin Higham Riffle-Shuffle Sandwich Skill demo of shuffle tracking to sandwich selectionInspired byRelated to Dexterity Manual 45
Justin Higham Spectator-Shuffled Sandwich Spectator apparently shuffles selection between sandwich cardsRelated to Dexterity Manual 46
Justin Higham The Magician, The Fool, and The Wheel of Fortune Tarot cards spelled to get to predicted playing cardInspired by Dexterity Manual 47
Justin Higham Reflections on Reflectors on shiners, edited from "Secrets of Improvisational Magic"
- French Window
- Table Knife & Teaspoon
- Café Table
- Sunglasses
- Table Sign
- Menu-Card Holder
- Mobile Phone
- Wine Glass
- Coins & Keys
- Impromptu Peek Deck
- Smiley-Face Cards
- Reflector Awareness
Gambit (Issue 2) 6
Justin Higham Impromptu Peek Deck for Hoyle Trump CardsInspired by Gambit (Issue 2) 7
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
Justin Higham Foreword The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method v
Justin Higham The 75% Production Locating / producing a four-of-a-kind via improvisation

- Performance
- End Notes
- Culling in Advance
- Non-Linear Culling
- Shuffling After Culling
- Recycling Knowledge
- The Key to Improvisation
Related to The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 1
Justin Higham Other Approaches - Leaving the selection till last
- Without a selection
- Pseudo-Memory Presentation
- 100% Production
- 50% Production
- Other 50% Productions
- 50% Ambitious Production
Related to The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 6
Justin Higham The Previous Effect How to lead into The 75% Production

- Basic Procedure
- End Notes
- Spread-Cutting
Related to The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 9
Justin Higham The Trick With No Method Different handlings / situations for improvised card magicRelated to The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 13
Justin Higham Freestyle Card Tricks More examples of improvisation in card magic The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 19
Justin Higham Mindreader's Lucid Dream Plus (semi-improvised effect) Find thought-of-card, and produce other three mates on top of three piles as surprise kicker The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 21
Justin Higham Reflected Do As I Do (semi-improvised effect) Standard effect The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 23
Justin Higham Mono Do As I Do Plus (semi-improvised effect) Standard effectInspired by
  • "Mono Do As I Do" (Justin Higham, Collected Card Notes, 1999)
The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 24
Justin Higham Estimation Kicker (semi-improvised effect) Uses natural air pocket locationRelated to The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 24
Justin Higham Improvisation Through Ignorance - The KOSBE System in Action The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 27
Justin Higham Bibliography of Improvisational Magic The 75% Production and The Trick With No Method 29
Joseph Barry Justin Higham Operandi (Issue 1) 10
Justin Higham Illogical Revolve-Cut Production Related to
  • "Revolving Pass" (Blackstone's Modern Card Tricks, 1929)
  • "Flip-Oer Force No. 1" (Tony Kardyro, Kardyro's Kard Konjuring)
Operandi (Issue 1) 11
Joseph Barry Swivelosis cards apparently upjogged from various places, stripped out and given to spectator, actually order retainedInspired by
  • "Pseudo Swivel-Strip Shuffle" (Justin Higham)
Operandi (Issue 1) 26
Justin Higham Self-Working Turnover Pass - Tabled Handling
- Swing-Cut Handling
- Stand-up Handling
Operandi (Issue 2) 6
Justin Higham The Wrist Reversal Secretly get a selection to be placed reversed end for end in a one-way deck, hands off approach The Secret of the Butterflies 34
Justin Higham Double Shared Prophecy two spectators name a card each and stab a Joker in the deck, it ends up between the two named cardsInspired by
  • "Shared Prophecy" (Justin Higham, Prophecy Moves and Effects, 2012, p. 12)
Operandi (Issue 4) 34
Justin Higham Discrepant Dribble Force bold Operandi (Issue 4) 36
Alexander Hansford About the Contributors mini bios and contact information for all eight contributors, Paavan Buddhdev, Rory Aadams, Alexander Hansford, Justin Higham, Andrew Frost, Kez Dearmer, Stephen Long, Derren Brown The Neat Review (Issue 1 - London 2019) 13
Alexander Hansford Justin Higham intro The Neat Review (Issue 1 - London 2019) 38
Justin Higham, Richard Vollmer, Christian Gambin Impressionistic Ace Controls four Aces cut into deck one by one, end up together on top
- Method One (Vollmer & Marlo, tabled, two crimps)
- Method Two (Higham, tabled, two crimps)
- Method Three (Gambin, tabled, two crimps)
- Method Four to Eleven (Higham, some tabled, some with hands & tabled, one, two or no crimps, some with overhand shuffles)
Inspired byRelated to
  • "Vernon's Aces Ride Again" (David Britland, Cardopolis Blog, April 2005)
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Justin Higham Illogical Four Ace Control Variant four Aces lost by assembling four tabled packets and the Aces, they end up on top, bluffInspired by
  • "Illogical Ace-Control" (Justin Higham, Non-Automatic Card Tricks, 2012)
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Justin Higham Rolling-Stock Production Flashy production of card originally on top of the deck The Buena Vista Shuffle Club 183