Written by Karl Fulves, Ellis Stanyon

1999
Work of Karl Fulves, Ellis Stanyon

313 pages (Paperback), published by Dover Publications
Illustrated with drawings by Joseph K. Schmidt.
Language: English

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Ellis Stanyon Palming a Card with the Fingers Open No. 11, cards bent in half from classic palm position and held by thumb
  • Supplementary Note (illustration and clarification by Karl Fulves)
243
Ellis Stanyon Magical Production of a Full Pack of Cards No. 12, manipulative, routine with productions from knee
Variations 244
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note notes on the manipulations and packet vanish
Inspired by 245
Ellis Stanyon Palming and Reproducing Cards After Springing the Pack from Hand to Hand No. 13
246
Ellis Stanyon Palming in Connection with Pulling Up the Sleeves - Production from Left Elbow No. 14
247
Ellis Stanyon Palming when Crossing Hands - Production from Left Knee No. 15
247
Ellis Stanyon Palming with Colour-Change Sleight No. 16
247
Ellis Stanyon Palming Cards in the Left Hand from the Bottom of the Pack No. 17, or from top
Variations 248
Ellis Stanyon Palming Cards in the Left Hand from the Top of the Pack No. 18
Inspired by 248
Ellis Stanyon Masking the "Palm" with the Balance of the Pack No. 19, choreography for palm
249
Ellis Stanyon Making One or Several Cards Vanish by Palming No. 20, false transfer of packet or card
Variations 249
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note false transfer with card, invisible palm presentation, short routine, also with credit card
Inspired by 250
Ellis Stanyon Passing the Fifty-two Cards Up the Sleeves No. 21
251
Chung Ling Soo The Card Thought of Is Removed and Replaced in the Pack No. 22, card thought of in spread, it vanishes and reappears again
252
Ellis Stanyon, Karl Fulves Chapter 16: Various Methods of Changing Cards chapter intro
  • Supplementary Note
254
Ellis Stanyon Changing the Card at the Top of the Pack No. 1, no grip change
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Ellis Stanyon Stanyon's Method of Masking the "Top Change" No. 2, routined handling
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Karl Fulves Supplementary Note details on top change handling
255
Karl Fulves Cannibal Variation cannibal card put on half the deck on the table, selection placed on top vanishes, repeat
256
Ellis Stanyon The Mexican Turn Over Change No. 3
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Ellis Stanyon Changing the Card by Rubbing It on the Sleeve No. 4, cover for top change
258
Ellis Stanyon Changing the Card at the Bottom of the Pack No. 5
258
Ellis Stanyon A New Top Change No. 6, End Grip
Variations 258
Ellis Stanyon A New Top Change - Variation No. 7, End Grip, as card is tabled
Inspired by 259
Ellis Stanyon Taking the Top Instead of the Bottom Card No. 8, bottom card shown in End Grip and apparently removed, top card dragged of instead, Hockley
259
Ellis Stanyon Changing the Card with Rearward Colour-Change Sleight No. 9
Variations 259
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note details on the change
Inspired by 260
Ellis Stanyon Changing the Card with Forward Colour-Change Sleight No. 10
260
Ellis Stanyon Various Changes with One Hand section heading
260
Ellis Stanyon Changing the Face Card with the Charlier Pass No. 11
260
Ellis Stanyon Passing the Bottom Face Card on the Rear of the Pack No. 12, face card dragged to back one-handed
261
Ellis Stanyon Changing the Top Card of the Pack No. 13
Variations 261
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note spectator apparently loses card, selection instantly found (it's on top) after spectator closes eyes
Inspired by 261
Ellis Stanyon Various Changes Apart from the Pack section heading
262
Prof. Robert Hellis To Change One Card Without the Pack No. 14, "Known as Hellis' Change No. 1"
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Prof. Robert Hellis To Change a Number of Cards No. 15, "Known as Hellis' Change No. 2"
Variations 263
Karl Fulves Supplementary Notes handling details, with Aces back to Top application
Inspired by 263
Adrian Plate The "Excelsior" Change for One Card No. 16
Variations 264
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note application in which a selection placed with three Kings changes into fourth King
Inspired by 264
Ellis Stanyon The "Revolution" Change No. 17, flip-over change, as transposition with duplicate
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Ellis Stanyon Various Changes for the Complete Pack section heading
265
Ellis Stanyon Changing the Pack on the Table No. 18, as object is picked up from table, cooler starts behind it, substitution principle?
265
Ellis Stanyon Changing the Pack at the Breast Pockets No. 19, pocket choreography with body turn
266
Ellis Stanyon Changing the Pack in the Tail Pocket No. 20
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Ellis Stanyon Tricks Showing the Utility of the Change section heading
266
Ellis Stanyon Trying to Lose a Card No. 21, ambitious card routine, presentation about trying to lose the card and failing
266
Ellis Stanyon Either One of Three Cards Is the Chosen One No. 22, two duplicates
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Ellis Stanyon Ordinary Method of Forcing the Choice of a Card No. 1
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Karl Fulves Chapter 17: Various Methods of Forcing Cards chapter intro
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Ellis Stanyon Ordinary Method of Forcing the Choice of a Card No. 1
269
Ellis Stanyon Simple Method of Forcing the Bottom Card No. 2
Also published here 269
Ellis Stanyon Simple and Conclusive (Mathematical) Method No. 3, accidental (?) over-count, then re-count
Related toVariations 270
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note spectator finds two red Nine via counting, prediction says "You will not pick a black Nine"
Inspired by 270
Ellis Stanyon Forcing a Card with One Hand No. 4, a bit more exposed, remembering more cards for safety, subtlety of having an indifferent card even more exposed and avoiding that one
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Ellis Stanyon Forcing a Card from a Pack on the Table No. 5, table spread with force card more exposed
Variations 271
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note table spread force with pencil dotted card, using it a key otherwise
Inspired by 271
Karl Fulves Closed-Eyes Table Spread Force spectator should close his eyes and take a card from tabled spread, application of changing the card to a photograph of the spectator picking a card
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Ellis Stanyon Forcing a Card by Count and Second-Dealing No. 6, counting to named number
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Ellis Stanyon Forcing the Choice of One of the Three Cards on the Table No. 7, three duplicate force cards palmed into play
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Ellis Stanyon Passing the Bottom Card to the Right Under the One Touched No. 8, also to force multiple cards one after the other
Also published here 274
Ellis Stanyon The "Ruffle" Force with Double Card No. 9, thick card
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Ellis Stanyon Forcing a Card with the "Charlier Pass" - Left Hand No. 10, top card cut to center and one-handed fan with top card more exposed
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Ellis Stanyon The "Ruffle" Force with an Ordinary Pack No. 11, stopping shortly at middle of riffle and holding break, spectator hopefully remembers the only card he sees
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Ellis Stanyon Forcing a Person to Think of a Particular Card No. 12, spreading through cards with faced towards audience, exposing one more cards, optionally positioning a contrasting card in a group
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Ellis Stanyon Forcing in Connection with Springing the Cards from One Hand to the Other No. 13, stopping the spring slightly at a card
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Ellis Stanyon The "Slip" Force No. 14
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Ellis Stanyon Naming a Number Between One and Four No. 15, counting from left or right
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Ellis Stanyon Forcing from an Arranged Pack No. 16, glimpsing next card instead of forcing
276
Ellis Stanyon, Karl Fulves Chapter 18: False Shuffles and "Cuts" chapter intro
  • Supplementary Note
277
Ellis Stanyon The Horizontal Shuffle No. 1, honest Charlier shuffle
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Ellis Stanyon The "Overhand" or Perpendicular Shuffle No. 2, honest
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Ellis Stanyon The Riffle Shuffle (Genuine) No. 3
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Ellis Stanyon Technical Terms for shuffle work
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Ellis Stanyon The "Bridge" and "Cut" Shuffle No. 4, consecutive cuts in overhand shuffle position
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Ellis Stanyon Bottom to Top - Horizontal Shuffle No. 5
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Ellis Stanyon Simple Horizontal Shuffle for One or Several Cards No. 6, stock control with Charlier type shuffle, with optical fake placement to bottom
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Ellis Stanyon Simple Overhand Shuffle for Several Cards No. 7, running stock to bottom and back to top
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Ellis Stanyon The "Riffle" Shuffle No. 8
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Ellis Stanyon To Retain the Bottom Card - Overhand Shuffle No. 9, slip shuffle
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Ellis Stanyon To Retain the Top Card - Overhand Shuffle No. 10, two-shuffle sequence
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Ellis Stanyon Index Finger Divides the Pack - Horizontal Shuffle No. 11, Charlier type shuffle for stock control
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Henri De Manche Picking up "Stock" Behind the Pack - Overhand Shuffle No. 12, lift shuffle
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Karl Fulves Supplementary Note on DeManche's stock shuffle with lift shuffle
Related to 282
Henri De Manche To Retain the Top and Bottom Stock - Overhand Shuffle No. 13, lift shuffle
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Henri De Manche To Retain the Order of the Whole Pack - Overhand Shuffle No.1 4, with lift shuffle
Variations 283
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note back and forth overhand false shuffle
Inspired by 283
Ellis Stanyon Overhand Shuffling a Card to Any Position No. 15, counting spread with replacement, then jog shuffle placement
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Ellis Stanyon Cutting the Pack into Four Heaps No. 16, four packets formed on table and collected, starts with break
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Ellis Stanyon Retaining the Top and Bottom Cards - Overhand Shuffle No. 17
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Ellis Stanyon Cutting the Pack into Three Heaps No. 18
Variations 285
Ellis Stanyon Cutting the Pack into Three Heaps - Variation No. 19
Inspired by 285
Ellis Stanyon Cutting the Pack into Four Heaps No. 20, another method
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Ellis Stanyon Retaining the Top Stock - Overhand Shuffle No. 21, jog shuffle
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Ellis Stanyon Retaining the Top Stock and Shuffling the Whole Pack No. 22, jog shuffle
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Ellis Stanyon Retaining the Bottom Stock and Shuffling the Whole Pack No. 23, jog shuffle
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Ellis Stanyon False Cut to Retain the Top and Bottom Stock No. 24, slip cut, losing top card
Variations 286
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note tabled slip cut
Inspired by 286
Ellis Stanyon False Cut to Retain the Top Stock No. 25, running cut, deck held over the table
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Ellis Stanyon False Cut to Retain the Bottom Stock No. 26, running cut, deck held over the table
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Ellis Stanyon "Three Throw" Blind Cut to Retain the Order of the Whole Pack No. 27
Variations 288
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note different handling
Inspired by 288
Henry Gavin Genuine Cut Neutralised by "Jog" and Palming No. 28, spectator cuts on table, some cards left behind on purpose when picking deck up
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Ellis Stanyon Genuine Cut Neutralised by Subtle Pick-up No. 29, probably the Draw Shift
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Ellis Stanyon Shuffling the Chosen Card Directly to the Top of the Pack No. 30, jog shuffle as control
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Ellis Stanyon Riffle Shuffle for the Paired Pack No. 31, long-short pairs of cards that add up to fourteen, can be riffle shuffled, divining chosen card by the one next to it or forcing a number
Related to 290
Karl Fulves Chapter 19: Miscellaneous Sleights with Cards chapter intro
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Ellis Stanyon How to Make the "Ruffle" No. 1, one- or two-handed riffle, also for covering sleights or straightening palmed cards
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Ellis Stanyon To "Slip" a Card No. 2, top card to bottom or center
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Ellis Stanyon The "Slip" Change No. 3, top card of bottom half remembered, card from top half secretly slipped onto it
VariationsAlso published here 292
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note using the slip change for a card-to-top sequence
Inspired by 292
T. Page Wright Slip Change Transposition
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Ellis Stanyon To Glimpse the Chosen Card No. 4, looking into break
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Ellis Stanyon To Draw Back a Card No. 5
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Ellis Stanyon Cards Change under a Person's Hands No. 6, "Done with the Slip Change and the Draw Back"
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Ellis Stanyon To Turn Over the Pack No. 7, with left thumb
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Ellis Stanyon The False Count No. 8, slipping card back
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Ellis Stanyon The False Count (Second Method) No. 9, with sound effect
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Ellis Stanyon Chapter 20: Ornamental Sleights and Flourishes chapter intro
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Karl Fulves Supplementary Note on flourishes
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Ellis Stanyon Springing the Cards from One Hand to the Other No. 1, no details
Variations 296
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note springing off the thumb, and combination with palming cards
Inspired by 297
Ellis Stanyon Palming Cards when Reversing the Pack in the Same Hand No. 2, production sequence
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Ellis Stanyon Changing the Face Card of the Pack No. 3
Variations 298
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note double color change handling
Inspired by 298
Ellis Stanyon Colour Change - Suiting Actions to Words No. 4
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Ellis Stanyon Revolution of the Cards on the Arm No. 5
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Ellis Stanyon Card Thrown from the Left Arm and Caught in the Right Hand No. 6
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Ellis Stanyon Cards Thrown from the Left Arm and Caught in the Left Hand No. 7
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Ellis Stanyon Combination Throw - Back and Front of the Arm No. 8
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Ellis Stanyon Jerking Up the Pack from the Table with One Hand No. 9, coaster stunt with cards
Variations 300
Ellis Stanyon Jerking Up the Pack from the Back of the Left Hand No. 10, hand instead of table
Inspired by 300
Ellis Stanyon Revolution on the Table No. 11
Variations 301
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note table spread and turnover handling
Inspired by 301
J. A. Jackson Balancing the Pack on End - on the Back of the Hand No. 12
Variations 302
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note routine for the stunt
Inspired by 302
Ellis Stanyon Catching the Pack from the Elbow No. 13
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Ellis Stanyon To Throw a Card Across a Large Theatre No. 14
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Ellis Stanyon A Card Thrown a Considerable Distance, Returns to the Hand No. 15
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Ellis Stanyon A Card Thrown Returns and Is Severed by Scissors No. 16
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Ellis Stanyon The Waterfall Shuffle No. 17
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Ellis Stanyon The One-Handed Waterfall Shuffle No. 18, shuffle two-handed
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Ellis Stanyon The Falling Ribbon of Cards No. 19
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Ellis Stanyon The Accordion One-Handed Shuffle No. 20, not real shuffle
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Ellis Stanyon Catching Two Heaps of Cards from the Back of the Hand No. 21
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H. J. Tattersall The "Pass" by Throwing the Pack from the Left to the Right Hand No. 22, two halves roll into other hand one by one
Related toVariations 307
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note details of handling and simple location with it involving calculations with card values
Inspired by 307
Ashby Lorton One-Handed "Pass" Against Left Hip No. 23, pass against body
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S. W. Erdnase The Longitudinal "Pass" No. 24, brief
Also published here 309
Prof. Robert Hellis The Double-Palm Change No. 25
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G. W. Hunter Subtle Overhand Shuffle No. 26
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Ashby Lorton A Supposed Shuffle in a Silk Hat No. 27, deck does not mix when hat covered with plate is shaken
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Unknown One-Handed Genuine "Cut" No. 28
Related to 310
Ellis Stanyon One-Handed Triple "Cut" No. 29
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Ellis Stanyon Subtle Force with a Dinner Knife No. 30, stabbed below break, deck cut at break
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Ellis Stanyon An Exciting "Drop" from the Back of the Hand No. 31
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Ellis Stanyon A Bridge of Cards Between the Hands No. 32, elastic cord, long spread
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Ellis Stanyon Tearing a Pack of Cards in Half No. 33
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Karl Fulves Bibliography
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