Written by Justin Higham

2008
Work of Justin Higham

68 pages (Stapled), published by unknown publisher
Illustrated with photographs.
Language: English

(51 entries)

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Justin Higham Foreword
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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.
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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)
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Justin Higham One-handed Slip Pass Secret one handed Slip Cut
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Justin Higham One-handed Pull-out one handed method of transferring card from center to top
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Justin Higham Around-the-Deck Reversal Secret reversal of bottom card to the top of deck
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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)
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Justin Higham Svengali-ish Convincer Zarrow/Shank shuffle convincer with unsquared deck (deck left in slight reverse faro condition)
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Justin Higham Up-The-Ladder Finesse
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Justin Higham Multiple Undershuffle Finessed handling of a multiple undercut in the hands
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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)
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Benjamin Earl Logical Strip-Cut Force Spectator say stop anytime during a strip-cut sequence, top card dealt out as selection
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Benjamin Earl Logical Strip Discovery Using the Logical Strip-Cut Force during an Ace Production or with a stacked deck
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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)
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Justin Higham Illogical Strip Cut Aces locate all four Aces using Illogical Strip Cut Force
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Justin Higham Sympathetic Triumph Card that is left face up after Triumph shuffle is the mate of previously made selection
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Justin Higham Illogical Spread Force Tabled spread is separated and top card is dealt off as selection
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Justin Higham One-Handed IDF One handed variation on the Cross Cut Force where top packet is flipped face up
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Justin Higham One Handed Flip-Over Force
Inspired by
  • "T.K's Flip Over Force No. 1" (Tony Kardyro, Kardyro's Kard Konjuring, 1956)
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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 20
Justin Higham Illogical False Throw-Cut Force
Inspired byRelated to
  • "Face-Up Stripping Control" (Benjamin Earl, Gambit No. 1, 2009)
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Justin Higham Illogical Riffle Force Riffle Force done upside down, where the two packets are openly transposed
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Justin Higham, Roger Crosthwaite Third-Eye Force Spectator says stop while magician deals cards on table, bottom card of tabled packet is slid out
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Justin Higham Tilted Fake Removal Pretend to take card from center of deck, actually take bottom card
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Justin Higham CO2 Lazy Man's Card to Pocket, but even lazier - no palming required
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Justin Higham Cognitive Transposition Two cards transpose, and then the suits transpose
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Justin Higham Biddle Appearance Face up card appears to be thrown onto the table from thin air
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Justin Higham Biddle-Appearance Sandwich Sandwich sequence using the Biddle Appearance
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Justin Higham Biddle-Appearance Collectors Collectors routine with Biddle Appearance (reference to Apex Ace by Frank Garcia)
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Justin Higham Chinatown Bluff Card/Copper/Silver routine with Chinatown presentation
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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 card
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Justin Higham Longitudinal Monte three Card Monte tabled routine, cards held longitudinally
Inspired by
  • "Marlo's Monte & Moves" (Edward Marlo, The Sorcerer's Eyes, Vol. 3, Issue 33-36, 1981)
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Justin Higham, Edward Marlo Longitudinal Monte Switch
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Justin Higham Mini-Faro, Pseudo Centres Pseudo centre routine - spectator get Kings, performer gets Aces, uses Mini Faro concept
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Justin Higham Mini Faro Faroing Aces into deck in preparation for stacking later
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Justin Higham Spectator Cuts a Run of Seven Spectator cuts seven piles, top cards are Ace to Seven of Hearts (strong rummy hand)
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Justin Higham Digital Poker deck placed in pocket, full house pulled out with each card clipped between the fingers
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Justin Higham Digital Aces Ace Production with Digital Poker technique
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Justin Higham No-Palm Digital Poker Alternative method for Digital Poker
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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)
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Justin Higham Riffle-Shuffle Sandwich Skill demo of shuffle tracking to sandwich selection
Inspired byRelated to 45
Edward Marlo Controlled Riffle Shuffle From Advanced Fingertip Control, how to time the shuffle properly to avoid sandwich cards
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Justin Higham Spectator-Shuffled Sandwich Spectator apparently shuffles selection between sandwich cards
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Justin Higham The Magician, The Fool, and The Wheel of Fortune Tarot cards spelled to get to predicted playing card
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Unknown 18/35 Principle
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Justin Higham Deal, Count, Spell Different handling for The Magician, The Fool and The Wheel of Fortune with six-sided die
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Justin Higham Off-Centre Coincidence Deck is split in half, dealt down, two selections appear at the same time
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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-kind
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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
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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
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Justin Higham Intuitive Twenty-One Card Trick
  • First Method
  • Second Method
  • Third Method
  • Fourth Method
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