63 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Four-of-a-Kind/Aces Effects / Spectator cuts to and turns over the Aces
  
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Arthur Johnson Cards and a Newspaper ace cutting method used for newspaper prediction
The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 13) 63
U. F. Grant Effect No. 2 spectator cuts to the Aces with single cut, cross-cut force with two Aces on top and bottom at start
The Gambler's Expose Act 1
Unknown Ace Assembly two methods, not the pure effect
Expert Card Technique 238
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue A Year in Your Life four digits of named year cut to
Related to Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 19
Unknown A Poker Player's Picnic no-touch, little bit of dealing involved
Related toVariationsAlso published here The Royal Road to Card Magic 16
John Scarne Swimmers No. 31, Deck is cut into four, cards are moved around in long procedure, reveal four Aces. Procedure repeated, reveal four Kings.
Related toVariations Scarne on Card Tricks 56
Oscar Weigle The Weigle Aces No. 32, Procedure like Poker Player's Picnic until last packet reveals a Three, count down to face up Ace
Related to Scarne on Card Tricks 58
Steve Belchou Belchou's Aces Poker Player's Picnic, four Aces found via dealing and transferring cards between four piles, credited to Steve Belchou
Related to Mathematics, Magic And Mystery 27
Bob Veeser Acetimation estimation presentation, nail nicked Ace
Faro Controlled Miracles 49
Bill Simon Acetimation estimation presentation, faro setting
Faro Controlled Miracles 51
Edward Marlo Acetimation estimation presentation, faro setting, aces on bottom of packets
Faro Controlled Miracles 52
Harry Lorayne Oh, those Aces! aces start in lap, sucker dealing procedure
Deck-Sterity 69
Allan Ackerman The Spectator Refuses to Cut to the Four Aces
Related toVariationsAlso published here Magic Mafia Effects 7
Juan Tamariz Poker de Ases! cutting the aces, similar to A Poker Player's Picnic
Related to Aprenda Ud. Magia 33
Edward Marlo Spectator Cuts to and Turns the Aces four methods
Hierophant (Issue 7 Resurrection Issue) 39
Neal Elias Spectator Cuts to and Turns the Aces
Hierophant (Issue 7 Resurrection Issue) 39
Unknown Cutting the Aces No. 18, cutting and then some dealing, both Aces and Kings are located
Related to Self-Working Card Tricks 31
Edward Marlo The Spectator Cuts to & Turns Over the Aces
Kabbala — Volume 3 (Vol. 3 No. 9) 124
Karl Fulves, Martin Gardner How to Cut the Aces spectator cuts deck into four piles on a tray, topological swindle in which tray is turned around so that it looks like the cards come from all four piles instead of just two
The Magic Book 168
Luis Gavilondo Matching "Do As I Do" Poker Player's Picnic done with 2 packs simultaneously
Inspired byRelated to Matching the Cards 19
Edward Marlo Spectator Cuts And Counts To The ---- set up
Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 329
David Solomon Solomon's Four Card Prediction variation of "Spectator Cuts And Counts To The Aces"
Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 331
Edward Marlo Date Prediction variation of "Spectator Cuts And Counts To The Aces", date on coin is prediction
Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 331
Edward Marlo Spectator's Ace Cutting twelve methods, some where the spectator turn over the aces, some quadrupel stop effects, for 11th method see page 284
Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 244
Michael Weber Sutured Incision threaded deck, further ideas, inspired by Bob Cassidy book test
Side Effects 5
Randy Wakeman The Spectator Cuts to and Turns Over the Aces basically the same as Ackerman's version
Related toVariations Formula One Close-Up 41
Steve Belchou Ace Assembly no-touch, little bit of dealing involved
Related to The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 4) 27
Randy Wakeman Spectator on Stage
VariationsAlso published here Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 10 No. 6) 1357
J. W. Sarles Ace Protocol credit information, crimped aces
Prototype 34
Randy Wakeman Spectator on Stage
Also published here Randy Wakeman Presents 75
Randy Wakeman Do You Feel Lucky? using Harry Riser subtlety
Inspired by Randy Wakeman Presents 77
Unknown Easy Aces no-touch, little bit of dealing involved
Also published here Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 39
Michael Powers Misplace Your Bets performer cuts to four-of-a-kind one by one, spectator cuts small packet onto each card, top cards shown to be same four-of-a-kind, bottom cards changed to Twos or something else, two effect variations
Inspired by Top Secret Stuff 40
John Bannon Directed Verdict V
Smoke and Mirrors 110
John Bannon Directed Verdict actually "Directed Verdict IV"
Related toVariations Smoke and Mirrors 106
John Bannon Directed Verdict II
Smoke and Mirrors 109
John Bannon Directed Verdict III
Related to Smoke and Mirrors 110
Karl Fulves The Computer Deck No. 9, Poker Player's Picnic handling
Related to Easy Magic 11
Chad Long The Shuffling Lesson spectator shuffles and cuts and turns over
Related toVariations The Art of Astonishment — Book 3 (Issue Astonishing Friends) 299
Mickey MacDougall Trick of the Ages spectator cuts to cards which duplicate a chosen date
The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 8) 20
David Solomon Cutting Ten packets cut off deck by spectators who should aim for ten cards, top cards turn out to be the Tens
Also published here Solomon's Mind 27
Andrew Wimhurst The Spectator Estimates the Aces last card found by magician
Inspired by Down Under Deals 11
Richard Osterlind My Father's Favorite piles made and cards moved around by spectator under performer's direction
Dynamic Mysteries 33
Bill Malone Cut' em High and Tie
21st Century Card Magic 33
Allan Ackerman One Kiss Does It All
Variations Classic Handlings 5
David Regal Deep Guilt Aces gaffed deck
Variations Constant Fooling 2 211
David Regal Bottoms Up Aces
Constant Fooling 1 3
John Bannon Final Verdict
Dear Mr. Fantasy 55
Erik Nordvall Spectator Cuts the Aces Non-gaffed Deep Guilt Aces, spectator cuts the deck into four piles and top card of each pile is an Ace
Inspired byRelated to Erik Nordvall Lecture Notes Asia 2006 1
Harry Riser Gauging the Aces
Also published here
  • MUM, Aug. 1996
Secrets of an Escamoteur 41
Benjamin Earl The Gambling Lesson various games played, at the end spectator and performer each find four-of-a-kind
Inspired byVariations Gambit (Issue 1) 6
Trevor Lewis Another Card Trick performer has Twos and spectator Aces, Shuffling Lesson type
Routines Matter 24
Greca Cut and Paced four cut-to cards are predicted
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 60
R. Paul Wilson, Chad Long Luck Versus Skill multiple phase gambling themed routine with cutting the high card culminating in a variation of "Shuffling Lesson"
Inspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 155
J. W. Sarles The Bank Plays Poker top card change into Aces after shown indifferent, with Sarles's handling of Banker-Broker move
Related to Prolix (Issue 10) 636
Unknown Spectator Cuts to the Aces Procedure with three cards
Related to The Performance Pieces & Divertissements of the Famous Handsome Jack, etc. 103
John Bannon, Andy (The Jerx) Spectator Cuts The Aces Three Ways Directed Verdict by John Bannon, but provides three very different ways of presenting the same trick

  • The Ocean's Eleven Version
  • The Creepy Child Version (prediction of four cards cut to)
  • Spectator Cuts Their Future (prediction of four cards cut to)
Inspired byRelated to The Jerx 27
Steve Beam More Card Monte deck is cut into five packets, cards are moved around, reveal of Straight Flush
Inspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 11 257
Steve Beam Four Card Monte deck is cut into four packets, cards are moved around in long procedure, reveal four of a kind
Inspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 11 252
Allan Ackerman The Spectator Refuses to Cut to the Four Aces to force four cards
Also published here Tesseract 62
Allan Ackerman The Spectator Really Cuts credit information
Inspired by Card Theater 42
Michael Powers, Keith Randolph Chaos four number cards used to generate four-digit number that is put in calculator, another number is subtracted, final result is nine and the four Nines are shown to be at top of four previously cut-off packets
Tesseract 218
Andi Gladwin Cut, Stop, Shuffle spectator cuts off a third, then deals some card in a second pile, then shuffles the last third, each packet turned over and they have written on them "cut/stop/shuffle here"
The Boy Who Cried Magic 179