Written by Roy Walton

1971
Work of Roy Walton

54 pages (Stapled), published by L. Davenport & Co.
Illustrated with drawings by Roy Walton.
Language: English

(22 entries)

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Roy Walton Introduction
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Roy Walton Helpmates two selections turn over with the help of two random cards which also turn over
9
Roy Walton Smokescreen selection made, twisting routine with kings, then kings are placed in case and selection appears in between
11
Roy Walton Jordan Count brief
13
Roy Walton, Fred Robinson Cover Pass
  • Technique for Cover Pass
14
Roy Walton Going Bye Bye reversed card on top transposes with reversed card in center
Variations 15
Roy Walton Still Collecting card sandwiched between Aces
16
Roy Walton Revelation card is center of the deck is reversed and transforms into selection
18
Roy Walton 1929 Aces Aces turn face up in the center of the deck, one by one
19
Roy Walton Wrong Again Follow the Leader with the four suits, four piles
20
Roy Walton Travellers in Time red and black cards are separated, each half mixed face-up into face-down and top card placed into center, time machine plot, cards again on top, all cards face-down and mixed
VariationsAlso published here 22
Roy Walton Demi Demon mates are found
Variations 24
Roy Walton Jefferson's Jest card vanishes from plastic envelope
Inspired byVariations 27
Roy Walton The Finishing Touch Aces face-up with face-down deck, then they turn to Queens as climax
31
Roy Walton Twice Two prediction vanishes from between two Queen, then appears between the Queens of opposite color, two handlings
Related to 33
Roy Walton Another Fine Mess court cards rearrange themselves, royal assembly meets follow the leader
37
Roy Walton Parrott Fashion triumph, red Queens face-up with selection in the middle
38
Roy Walton Unaccustomed As We Are
39
Roy Walton Tit For Tat
Inspired by
  • Martin Gardner's "All the Nonconformists" in "Ibidem"
  • 123 (Dai Vernon, 1947)
41
Roy Walton Below Zero visual small packet elevator
Inspired by
  • Bob Ostin's "Submarine Card"
Variations
44
Roy Walton Norvelle thought of card travels from small packet to small packet, with a joker
47
Roy Walton Whistle and I'll Come sliding production, one by one
Inspired byVariations 51