das forcieren einer karte, ohne das spiel zu halten \n "die kartenschule von carl willmann"
classic force from spread on a tray, card more exposed, willmann recommends older people as spectators, with an out (performer claims he has seen the card) \n unknown
1896
die zauberwelt
Unknown

Das Forcieren einer Karte, ohne das Spiel zu halten

"Die Kartenschule von Carl Willmann"
classic force from spread on a tray, card more exposed, Willmann recommends older people as spectators, with an out (performer claims he has seen the card)

the table "spread" \n credit unsure, thrown on table, toss force \n l'homme masqué \n for the table "spread" force. \n victor farelli
1933
farelli's card magic — part one L'Homme Masqué

for the table "spread" force. \n setting up \n victor farelli \n the table "spread" \n l'homme masqué
1933
farelli's card magic — part two Victor Farelli

in case of a miss \n spectator chooses odd-backed card via face-up spread force, based on different coatings \n edward marlo
1974
the unexpected card book Edward Marlo

In Case of a Miss

spectator chooses odd-backed card via face-up spread force, based on different coatings

streaker \n tabled spread of ten cards, when spectator runs finger along, force card is dragged with finger
- the streaker principle
- performance \n terry lagerould
1979
close-up entertainer Terry LaGerould

Streaker

tabled spread of ten cards, when spectator runs finger along, force card is dragged with finger

psychological force \n "ribbon-spread techniques" \n jean-jacques sanvert \n ribbon spread force \n juan tamariz
1982
best of friends Jean-Jacques Sanvert

the ribbonspread \n cards spread on the table, card is selected, returned and eventually found, spread with jogged key card \n frederick braue \n the spread \n jack merlin
1985
the fred braue notebooks Frederick Braue

The Ribbonspread

cards spread on the table, card is selected, returned and eventually found, spread with jogged key card

flexible miracle spread \n running card under tabled spread, see also ibidem #20 (may, 1960) \n edward marlo \n "miracle spread" (ed marlo, ibidem #20) \n last minute note \n edward marlo
1986
thirty five years later Edward Marlo

Flexible Miracle Spread

running card under tabled spread, see also Ibidem #20 (May, 1960)

ribbon spread range force \n \n roger smith \n stephen minch \n ultimate card book no. 2, roger smith
1987
the three faces of steve Roger Smith, Stephen Minch

self-inflicted spread force \n with the versatile spread control \n tom gagnon \n ultimate spread force \n tom gagnon \n self-inflicted spread force \n tom gagnon
1998
the trapdoor — volume three Tom Gagnon

closed-eyes table spread force \n 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 \n karl fulves
1999
ellis stanyon's best card tricks 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

how to "force" a card \n no. 2, also mention of doing it one-handed and in tabled spread with card more exposed \n ellis stanyon
1999
ellis stanyon's best card tricks Ellis Stanyon

How to "Force" a Card

No. 2, also mention of doing it one-handed and in tabled spread with card more exposed

forcing a card from a pack on the table \n no. 5, table spread with force card more exposed \n ellis stanyon \n supplementary note \n karl fulves
1999
ellis stanyon's best card tricks Ellis Stanyon

supplementary note \n table spread force with pencil dotted card, using it a key otherwise \n karl fulves \n forcing a card from a pack on the table \n ellis stanyon
1999
ellis stanyon's best card tricks Karl Fulves

Supplementary Note

table spread force with pencil dotted card, using it a key otherwise

a question of sex \n unknown card marked on back is found by spectator \n roberto giobbi \n the moving pencil \n harry lorayne
2000
card college — volume 4 Roberto Giobbi

charlie miller's table-spread force \n card thumbed onto table in spread layout with left hand until spectator says stop \n charlie miller \n mum, jan. 1997 \n ribbon spread force \n john carey \n 2. a natural spread break \n ryan plunkett
2006
secrets of an escamoteur Charlie Miller

Charlie Miller's Table-Spread Force

card thumbed onto table in spread layout with left hand until spectator says stop

face-up spread force \n tabled, in steps, "trick that cannot be explained" \n jörg alexander weber
2008
zauberkunststücke — band 2 Jörg Alexander Weber

Face-Up Spread Force

tabled, in steps, "trick that cannot be explained"

fearless twice \n two outjogged cards switched \n karl fulves \n optical add-on \n larry jennings \n fearless force \n victor comello \n unknown
2008
prolix Karl Fulves

miracle spread force \n touched card in tabled spread apparently stays under spectator's finger, using versatile spread control \n tom gagnon \n "miracle spread" (ed marlo, ibidem #20)
2011
avant-cards Tom Gagnon

Miracle Spread Force

touched card in tabled spread apparently stays under spectator's finger, using Versatile Spread Control

inverse spread force \n using versatile spread control \n tom gagnon \n the inverse spread control \n tom gagnon \n immaculate spread force \n tom gagnon \n inverse handkerchief force \n tom gagnon
2011
avant-cards Tom Gagnon

ultimate spread force \n spectator divides tabled spread at any point, bottom card of top half forced, using versatile spread control \n tom gagnon \n self-inflicted spread force \n tom gagnon
2011
avant-cards Tom Gagnon

Ultimate Spread Force

spectator divides tabled spread at any point, bottom card of top half forced, using Versatile Spread Control

face up tabled classic force \n cards spread on table, finger moved on top, say stop over selection, includes subtleties \n john born \n my ladies \n john born \n tony chang
2012
seeking the bridge John Born

Face Up Tabled Classic Force

Cards spread on table, finger moved on top, say stop over selection, includes subtleties

dual miracle spread \n combined with versatile spread control, as force or stab in tabled spread \n tom gagnon \n "miracle spread" (ed marlo, ibidem #20)
2013
too hot for the devil Tom Gagnon

Dual Miracle Spread

combined with Versatile Spread Control, as force or stab in tabled spread

inverse handkerchief force \n handkerchief over tabled ribbon spread, spectator touches card through handkerchief \n tom gagnon \n the handkerchief force \n jean hugard \n under the handkerchief force \n nate leipzig \n inverse spread force \n tom gagnon
2019
gagnon unfiltered Tom Gagnon

Inverse Handkerchief Force

handkerchief over tabled ribbon spread, spectator touches card through handkerchief

airdnase pitch \n spectator says stop during ribbon spread, spread broken at that point, force card dropped onto end of spread \n tom gagnon
2019
gagnon unfiltered Tom Gagnon

Airdnase Pitch

spectator says stop during ribbon spread, spread broken at that point, force card dropped onto end of spread