1986-1989
Written by Justin Higham
Work of Justin Higham, Various
160 pages (Spiralbound), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with photographs and drawings
Language: English
123 entries
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Creators Title Comments & References Issue Year Page Categories
Justin Higham Inside Out I
1 Nov. 1986 1
Edward Marlo The Deo-Ace Trick Updated four Aces are placed on four Twos on table so that suits match, Ace with same suit as selection transforms into selection, two methods
Inspired byVariations 1 Nov. 1986 2
Edward Marlo Slip Switch switching one card from a group, top card of packet slipped onto deck
Also published here
  • The Linking Ring, Sep. 1959
1 Nov. 1986 2
Justin Higham Another Deo-Ace Trick four Aces are placed on four Twos on table so that suits match, Ace with same suit as selection transforms into selection, two methods
Inspired by 1 Nov. 1986 6
Justin Higham Wrist Turn Slip Switch witching one card from a group, top card of packet slipped onto deck
Inspired by
  • "Slip Switch" (Ed Marlo, The Linking Ring, Sep. 1959)
1 Nov. 1986 6
Jon Racherbaumer Spectator Rouge Et Noir
Inspired by 1 Nov. 1986 8
Justin Higham Streamlined Overcomer Ace to Four of Diamonds shown and one named, that card travels from one half into the other next to predicted card
Inspired by
  • "Overcomer" (Stewart James, The New Tops, Jan. 1964)
1 Nov. 1986 10
Philip T. Goldstein Traptych red Threes find selection, but selection is a red Three, sandwich cards change to black Threes
Inspired by 1 Nov. 1986 12
Edward Marlo, Justin Higham The Harlam Ace Vanish four Aces placed on four piles vanish, lapping
Inspired by 1 Nov. 1986 14
Jon Racherbaumer (reviewer) Preliminary Remarks On The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings by Larry Jennings (written by Mike Maxwell) 1 Nov. 1986 15
Jon Racherbaumer Well Oiled Reset crediting discussion
Related to 1 Nov. 1986 16
Justin Higham End Notes
1 Nov. 1986 20
Edward Marlo Fifth Peel Finesse four cards biddle counted into left hand and all switched
Inspired by
  • Fifth Peel (Ed Marlo, MUM, Dec. 1959, p. 284)
2 1987 2
Jon Racherbaumer Shaded Cards To Pocket two cards to two pockets
Also published here 2 1987 4
Peter Duffie Pocket Ruse producing two cards from different pockets with one palm
2 1987 5
Justin Higham Super Swindle Speller card remembered at thought-of position, Ace of Spades is spelled to and locates that card, two versions
Inspired by 2 1987 7
Justin Higham Veneri Turn Variation bluff method for "card at any number"
2 1987 7
Justin Higham Spellativity bottom card of deck shown, that card spelled from back and shows up at that position
2 1987 8
William P. Miesel A Card Trick With Coins coin put on top of tabled deck, coin vanishes from there and appears next to selection
Inspired by
  • "A Coin Trick With Cards" (Justin Higham, Best of British)
2 1987 9
William P. Miesel Coin Vanish from Tabled Deck flicked in lap
2 1987 9
Justin Higham Jacks Be Quick card on top of sandwich cards, trio pushed through deck (plunger), card now sandwiched
  • Second Method
Inspired byRelated to 2 1987 11
Edward Marlo A Worthwhile Conclusion sandwich cards in center out-jogged, selection placed on top and squared, sandwich cards pushed through and selection comes out face up and sandwiched
Inspired by 2 1987 12
Philip T. Goldstein Public Image cards are sandwiched between two double-blank cards one by one and become blank as well, then whole deck becomes blank
Inspired by
  • "The Image Takers" (Justin Higham, Precursor XIV, Jan. 1987)
Related toVariations
2 1987 13
Edward Marlo In-a-Jiffy Double multiple double version
Also published here 2 1987 15
Justin Higham Signed Transpo in Triplicate two sandwiched cards transpose, then two selection in one, four Kings in other pile
Inspired by 2 1987 16
Justin Higham Two Colour Transpo in Triplicate odd-backed sandwich cards, two sandwiched cards transpose, then two selection in one, four Kings in other pile
Inspired by 2 1987 18
Justin Higham Inside Out III
3 Oct. 1987 1
Edward Marlo Reworked Interlaced Interlude three selections placed between Aces, they travel to between Kings, then only selections remain and three of the Kings are between the Aces, fourth King in deck
Inspired byVariations 3 Oct. 1987 2
Justin Higham Counter-Revelation a Ten turns face up in spread and is used to count to selection
Related to 3 Oct. 1987 9
Jon Racherbaumer Whose Oil And Water? credit essay
Inspired by 3 Oct. 1987 10
Justin Higham Royal Somersault two Aces are turned face up, all turn face up, repeated, all change to Queens
Inspired by 3 Oct. 1987 15
Justin Higham Double Action Ascanio Spread
3 Oct. 1987 16
Jerry K. Hartman Mio-Deo four Aces are placed on four Twos on table so that suits match, Ace with same suit as selection transforms into selection
Inspired byVariations 3 Oct. 1987 17
Justin Higham Impossible Spelldown after spelling a few consecutive cards that are not the selection, the selection shows up, see "Inside Out IV" for credit information
Inspired byRelated to 3 Oct. 1987 19
Justin Higham Inside Out IV
Related to 4 Apr. 1988 1
Justin Higham Revised Interlaced Interlude three selections placed between Aces, they travel to between Kings, then only selections remain and three of the Kings are between the Aces, fourth King in deck
Inspired by 4 Apr. 1988 2
Norman Osborn The Magic Step Ladder card selected and found with four packets between fingers
Related to 4 Apr. 1988 4
Edward Marlo Finessed Observation Test
Inspired by
  • "An Intriguing Observation Test" (Ed Marlo, The New Tops, July 1983)
4 Apr. 1988 5
Justin Higham Numerical Miracle Ace to Four Clubs are placed on four Kings on table, Club on Kings with same suit as selection changes into selection
Inspired byVariations 4 Apr. 1988 9
Edward Marlo Undercover Tabled Steal second cards from tabled deck stolen into Tenkai or Longitudinal Palm, two methods, see also p. 1 for credit information
Related to 4 Apr. 1988 11
Jon Racherbaumer Another Adieux
4 Apr. 1988 13
Justin Higham Extended Image Takers some cards get blank, then whole deck as well
Inspired by 4 Apr. 1988 16
Edward Marlo Charlier - You're Covered top card cover Charlier Pass
4 Apr. 1988 17
Edward Marlo Charlier Half Pass with top card cover
4 Apr. 1988 18
Philip T. Goldstein Guarded Moment tabled selection is sandwiched with black Aces, they become red Aces and black Aces are face-up in center sandwiching a second selection
Inspired by
  • "Changing of the Guard" (Stewart James, The New Tops, Jan 1988)
4 Apr. 1988 19
Justin Higham Inside Out V
5 Nov. 1988 1
Edward Marlo On the Longitudinal Palm credit information, "clearly and obviously mine"
5 Nov. 1988 1
Kevin Reay Logical Sandwich Switch card removed from center with sandwich cards, then switched
Related toVariations 5 Nov. 1988 2
Kevin Reay No-Touch Transposition two selections lost, red Aces pocketed, Aces appear on deck and selections in pocket
Related toVariations 5 Nov. 1988 2
Edward Marlo Latest Deo-Ace Tricks four Aces are placed on four Twos on table so that suits match, Ace with same suit as selection transforms into selection, three methods
Inspired by 5 Nov. 1988 4
Edward Marlo Moveless Card Cop from small packet fan, left rear clip palm
5 Nov. 1988 5
Justin Higham A Case Of Déjà Vu using case
  • First Version
  • Second Version (odd-backed)
Inspired by 5 Nov. 1988 6
Edward Marlo Push-Back Move as out-jogged cards are removed bottom card is pushed in
5 Nov. 1988 6
Justin Higham Unexpected Ending Seven of Hearts put between Aces, it vanishes and travels back to deck, repeat, then Aces change to Sevens
5 Nov. 1988 8
Justin Higham Illogical Downs Change side-jogged double is back-to-back
Variations 5 Nov. 1988 8
Edward Marlo Marlo-Kosky Change
5 Nov. 1988 10
Peter Dudley Disarming Double double flips up along right side
Inspired byRelated to 5 Nov. 1988 12
Justin Higham Flip Flourish Triumph
5 Nov. 1988 14
Justin Higham Center Cut Flip Flourish for one card
Inspired by 5 Nov. 1988 14
Jerry K. Hartman Peek-a-boo Change face card changes when one handed fan is waved over it
Related to 5 Nov. 1988 15
Justin Higham Packet Vanish - Pocket Reproduction Aces put in pocket, Kings are in the hands, Aces removed and put between Kings one by one where they vanish, Aces change to Kings as climax and Kings are in pocket
Variations 5 Nov. 1988 17
Justin Higham Don't Count On It counting multiple values to get to selected card, with dunbury illusion, two methods
Inspired by 5 Nov. 1988 18
Unknown Longitudinal Palm Techniques
5 Nov. 1988 19
Edward Marlo Longitudinal Misdirection Palm
Inspired byAlso published here 5 Nov. 1988 19
Edward Marlo Mechanical-Second Palm
Inspired by 5 Nov. 1988 19
Justin Higham Modified Longitudinal Side Steal
5 Nov. 1988 19
Justin Higham Longitudinal Block Steal from center
5 Nov. 1988 20
Justin Higham Inside Out VI
6 May 1989 1
Edward Marlo The Interlocked Glide
Inspired by
  • "Non-Such Glide" (Bill Miesel, Precursor #21)
Related to
6 May 1989 2
Edward Marlo Touched-Up Transposition two Aces transpose with two selections
Inspired by 6 May 1989 2
Edward Marlo Turnover Move deck dribbled to table, top cards turn over
Inspired byAlso published here
  • New Directions (Ben Harris)
6 May 1989 3
Justin Higham The Bold Sandwich Switch
Inspired by 6 May 1989 4
Justin Higham Nice-Touch Transposition two Aces transpose with two selections
Inspired by 6 May 1989 4
William Zavis Uppercut bottom to top
6 May 1989 6
Justin Higham Shuffled Deck Finale faro, without rollover phase, whole deck in order at the end, see also page 1
6 May 1989 7
Edward Marlo Long Distance Card To Wallet selection apparently sticks out of deck while wallet is removed
6 May 1989 8
Edward Marlo Longitudinal Misdirection Palm
Also published here 6 May 1989 8
John Carey The Tent Switch top card in a tent position is removed with right hand and switched
6 May 1989 10
Unknown Spectator Peek Location/Controls
6 May 1989 11
Justin Higham One Hand Peek Control
Inspired by 6 May 1989 11
Justin Higham Fingertip Peek Force with step
Inspired by 6 May 1989 11
Justin Higham Spectator Peek Location with pre-set break and distance from break is counted
Related to 6 May 1989 11
Ian Land No Shuffle Sandwich distant sandwich cards come together to trap selection, five methods
Inspired by 6 May 1989 12
Justin Higham Pseudo Ace Transposition repeat transposition of Aces with indifferent cards
6 May 1989 13
Jack Avis, Cy Endfield Twist And Vanish five cards, one of which is selection, wrong cards turn over one by one, then selection vanishes, Biddle Trick
Inspired byVariations 6 May 1989 14
Alex Elmsley Everchange Count four as five while hiding one
Also published here 6 May 1989 14
Jack Avis Siva's Twist And Vanish five cards, one of which is selection, wrong cards turn over one by one, then selection vanishes, Biddle Trick
Inspired by 6 May 1989 15
Edward Marlo 4-as-5 Count
Also published here
  • Sticks & Stones #13, 1978
6 May 1989 16
Edward Marlo About Turn! out-jogged card visibly turns over
Inspired by 6 May 1989 16
Edward Marlo Olram's Twist and Vanish five cards, one of which is selection, wrong cards turn over one by one, then selection vanishes, Mental Reverse selection procedure
6 May 1989 17
Larry Jennings Quick-Change card on top of deck changes, secret turnover of back-to-back pair in clip palm
Related to 6 May 1989 18
Justin Higham Bottom Deal Switchouts Ace layout context
  • First Version
  • Second Version
  • Third Version
6 May 1989 20
Justin Higham Inside Out VII
7 Oct. 1989 1
Shiv Duggal K.M. Sandwich Production two cards appear between sandwich cards one by one on top of deck
Inspired byRelated to 7 Oct. 1989 1
John Carey Static Steal choreography for Tenkai steal from center
7 Oct. 1989 1
Edward Marlo Delayed Push-Out Bottom Deal bottom card set one-handed during previous top deal
Inspired by 7 Oct. 1989 1
Edward Marlo Delayed Spectator Ace Cutting Kings are on table, spectator cuts deck into four piles, performer puts Kings on the piles, they all travel invisibly on one pile, top card of each pile is then shown to be an Ace
Inspired by 7 Oct. 1989 2
Justin Higham Mistaken Identity Joker stabbed in deck, spectator remembers card above Joker, another card below it, they name the same card which is then shown to be reversed in deck between two Jokers
Inspired by 7 Oct. 1989 3
Edward Marlo Visual Filling red Aces vanish from face of deck, appears in deck sandwiching black Aces, three methods
Inspired by 7 Oct. 1989 4
Edward Marlo Clip Palm Color Change
7 Oct. 1989 5
Jon Racherbaumer Karl Fulves: The Great Pretender eight pages on credit fights, J. W. Sarles
  • Item One: Marlo & Double Vanish & Recovery
  • Item Two: Scorpio Switch vs. Another Sandwich Switchout (The New Tops, June 1985)
  • Item Three: Spectator cut the Aces plot
  • Item Four: Bottop Change
  • Item Five: Jordan Count
  • Item Six: Oil & Water effect
Related toAlso published here 7 Oct. 1989 7
Justin Higham Another Filling red Aces vanish from face of deck, appears in deck sandwiching black Aces, four methods
Inspired byVariations 7 Oct. 1989 15
Philip T. Goldstein Pivot Ping royal flush production, pivot revelation
Inspired by 7 Oct. 1989 16
Justin Higham Repeat Sandwich Transpo card travels from one sandwich to another twice
7 Oct. 1989 18
Unknown Retention Of Vision Changes
7 Oct. 1989 19
Edward Marlo Retention of Vision Switch top card shown one-handed and switched
Inspired by 7 Oct. 1989 19
Michael Vincent Retention of Vision Sandwich Switch as "Michael Louis"
Inspired by 7 Oct. 1989 19
Justin Higham Retention of Vision Bottom Change using one-handed bottom deal, also face-up
7 Oct. 1989 19
Justin Higham Sandwich Case black Aces in case, selection travels into the sandwich
Inspired by 7 Oct. 1989 20
Justin Higham X-Change face card tabled and switched, card behind it does not change
  • First X-Change (Downs Change)
  • Second X-Change
  • Multiple X-Change
Variations Special No. 1 1990 2
Justin Higham Misdirection Cull above the spread cull, while up-jogging another card
Inspired by Special No. 1 1990 4
Edward Marlo Slide-Out Steal block side steal from center to top as top half is replaced
Inspired by Special No. 1 1990 6
Justin Higham Switcheroo two cards transpose from packet to packet, then both cards travel from packet to deck
Special No. 1 1990 8
Justin Higham Subtle Square-Up Steal
Also published here Special No. 1 1990 8
Edward Marlo Mechanical Add-On second card added to tabled pile as it is squared up
Inspired by Special No. 1 1990 10
Justin Higham Direct Proposition
Inspired by Special No. 1 1990 12
Unknown Two Quickies
Special No. 1 1990 14
Edward Marlo First Quickie
Special No. 1 1990 14
Edward Marlo Second Quickie basically The Challenge
Related to Special No. 1 1990 14
Justin Higham Losing the Aces Aces lost in center of deck, they all come to top
Variations Special No. 1 1990 16
Edward Marlo Losing the Aces Again Aces lost in center of deck, they all come to top
Inspired by Special No. 1 1990 17
Justin Higham Hole-Card Switch
Variations Special No. 1 1990 18
Justin Higham Numerical Miracle II Ace to Four Clubs are placed on four Kings on table, Club on Kings with same suit as selection changes into selection
Inspired by Special No. 1 1990 19
Data entered by Denis Behr.