count steal\nright hand counts cards from deck in left hand one by one, packet stolen at one point from bottom, also as undercount on p. 19\ncharles t. jordan\ncount steal\ncharles t. jordan
1920
ten new sleight of hand card tricks Charles T. Jordan

Count Steal

right hand counts cards from deck in left hand one by one, packet stolen at one point from bottom, also as undercount on p. 19

count transfer\nas cards are counted into right hand with faces towards audience, one card is moved there behind the scenes\ncharles t. jordan
1921
the four full hands Charles T. Jordan

Count Transfer

as cards are counted into right hand with faces towards audience, one card is moved there behind the scenes

a false count to be used when dealing off the deck\nfeaturing push-off\nlaurie ireland\nmarlo's one hand double turnover\nedward marlo
1935
ireland's yearbooks Laurie Ireland

A False Count to be Used when Dealing Off the Deck

the carlyle false count\ni. to count a number of cards showing less than there are.
ii. to count a number of cards as more than they really are.\nfrancis carlyle\nfrancis carlyle false count\nfrancis carlyle\nthe slide back count\n unknown\ndas falschzählen von geldscheinen\nmichael skinner\nfrancis carlyle
1940
more card manipulations Francis Carlyle

The Carlyle False Count

I. To Count a Number of Cards Showing Less Than There Are.
II. To Count a Number of Cards as More Than They Really Are.

francis carlyle false count\ntips on the carlyle false count, not learnable from that description\nfrancis carlyle\nthe carlyle false count\nfrancis carlyle
1975
the magic of francis carlyle Francis Carlyle

Francis Carlyle False Count

tips on the Carlyle false count, not learnable from that description

the slide back count\nsimilar to carlyle's version\n unknown\nthe carlyle false count\nfrancis carlyle
1981
jim ryan close-up: classic card routines
Unknown

buckle count variation\ncards end up in reversed order\ncy endfield\n"the buckle count" in "the gen" vol. 8. no. 5, p. 147
1981
patrick page's cards to pocket Cy Endfield

Buckle Count Variation

cards end up in reversed order

Also published here

"The Buckle Count" in "The Gen" Vol. 8. No. 5, p. 147

der scherer count\n1. die entwicklung des scherer count
2. grundhaltung und grundgriff
3. der scherer count
4. der scherer count variation i
5. der scherer count variation ii\nchristian scherer
1982
card news '82 Christian Scherer

Der Scherer Count

1. Die Entwicklung des Scherer count
2. Grundhaltung und Grundgriff
3. Der Scherer count
4. Der Scherer count Variation I
5. Der Scherer count Variation II

der scherer spread\n1. die entwicklung des scherer spread
2. grundhaltung und grundgriff
3. der scherer spread
4. der scherer spread variation i
5. der scherer spread variation ii
6. der scherer spread variation ii als falschzählmethode (as false count)
7. der scherer spread variation iii
8. der scherer spread von 6 als 4 karten
9. das ablegen der karten aus dem scherer spread (lay down)
10. anmerkungen zur handhabung von spreads und counts\nchristian scherer\nunbuckled count\nsteve beam
1982
card news '82 Christian Scherer

Der Scherer Spread

1. Die Entwicklung des Scherer spread
2. Grundhaltung und Grundgriff
3. Der Scherer spread
4. Der Scherer spread Variation I
5. Der Scherer spread Variation II
6. Der Scherer spread Variation II als Falschzählmethode (as false count)
7. Der Scherer spread Variation III
8. Der Scherer spread von 6 als 4 Karten
9. Das Ablegen der Karten aus dem Scherer spread (lay down)
10. Anmerkungen zur Handhabung von spreads und counts

marlo count displacement\nfive as four, card extracted with buckling at penultimate count, originally from tops\nedward marlo
1983
facsimile Edward Marlo

Marlo Count Displacement

five as four, card extracted with buckling at penultimate count, originally from TOPS

olram's hidden count\nfive as four, one hidden and not displaced\nedward marlo\nolram's hidden count\nedward marlo
1984
marlo's magazine volume 5 Edward Marlo

marlo count displacement\nfive as four, card extracted with buckling at penultimate count, originally from tops\nedward marlo
1984
marlo's magazine volume 5 Edward Marlo

Marlo Count Displacement

five as four, card extracted with buckling at penultimate count, originally from TOPS

olram's hidden count\nfive as four, one hidden and not displaced\nedward marlo\nmum, may 1984\nolram's hidden count\nedward marlo
1984
at the table Edward Marlo

push-off count and pull-down move\ncredit information\nstephen minch\nwhat about the buckle count?\njon racherbaumer
1988
the vernon chronicles — volume 2 Stephen Minch

top secret count\nfalse counts off the top of the deck, over, under, hiding cards\nbill wisch\nnonesuch count\nkarl fulves
1989
kaleidoscope Bill Wisch

Top Secret Count

false counts off the top of the deck, over, under, hiding cards

the paradise count\n- the paradise count
- the starting position
- the top pull-up
- the bottom push-down
- the bottom pull-down\ngary ouellet
1990
close up illusions Gary Ouellet

what about the buckle count?\ncredit essay referring to notes by stephen minch\njon racherbaumer\npush-off count and pull-down move\nstephen minch\nmore on the buckle count\njon racherbaumer\nstephen minch
1992
the olram file Jon Racherbaumer

dos juegos con la cuenta de "pasa paquete"\nom the buckle count (las cuentas de "pasa paquete" y "deja paquete")\narturo de ascanio
1992
la magia de ascanio — vol. 3 Arturo de Ascanio

Dos Juegos con la Cuenta de "Pasa Paquete"

om the Buckle Count (Las Cuentas de "Pasa Paquete" y "Deja Paquete")

more on the buckle count\ncorrections and additions to the article, quotes from correspondence with stephen minch\njon racherbaumer\nstephen minch\nwhat about the buckle count?\njon racherbaumer
1993
the olram file Jon Racherbaumer, Stephen Minch

More on the Buckle Count

corrections and additions to the article, quotes from correspondence with Stephen Minch

a marlo extra\nutility false count, or vanishing card in packet, reversed cards and pulldown, stud turnover to bottom\nedward marlo\nno break multiple pull down buckle\nedward marlo
1995
m.i.n.t. — volume ii Edward Marlo

A Marlo Extra

utility false count, or vanishing card in packet, reversed cards and pulldown, stud turnover to bottom

seven card count\nvariation of six card repeat (credit information, first appeared in the linking ring, february 1955)\nnick trost\n"vanish and spell" (martin gardner, cut the cards, 1942)\nlas vegas leaper\npaul harris\nrollins-hamman-longe routine\nwalter rollins\nbrother john hamman\nbob longe
1997
the card magic of nick trost Nick Trost

Seven Card Count

Variation of Six Card Repeat (credit information, first appeared in The Linking Ring, February 1955)

Related to

"Vanish and Spell" (Martin Gardner, Cut the Cards, 1942)

counted out\nselection appears in middle of four-card packet, with five-as-four count\nharry lorayne\na psychological false count\ntony miller\ncounted out\nharry lorayne\ncounted out\nharry lorayne
2001
personal collection Harry Lorayne

Counted Out

selection appears in middle of four-card packet, with five-as-four count

daryl's diminishing count\nddc
basic rising crime display, counting into left hand from end grip, double lift on last card\ndaryl martinez\nrising crime display\ndaryl martinez
2003
card conspiracy — vol. 1 Daryl Martinez

Daryl's Diminishing Count

DDC
basic Rising Crime Display, counting into left hand from end grip, double lift on last card

false count note\ncredit information on holding the last two cards together\nkarl fulves\n"magic and its professors" (1902, evans)
2004
latter day secrets Karl Fulves

False Count Note

credit information on holding the last two cards together

flip-up put back count - a utility move\nevery card angled up with the left thump
- first, the method of counting
- to count less
- as a force
- the double deal double lift
- double deal\njack avis
2006
rara avis Jack Avis

finesse on the killer count\nhanding cards to the spectator\nken krenzel\nkiller count\nsteve beam
2006
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 6 Ken Krenzel

take and tap\npush-off count, five as four cards, spread display\narturo de ascanio
2008
the magic of ascanio — more studies of card magic Arturo de Ascanio

Take and Tap

push-off count, five as four cards, spread display

counter measures - the killer count\nmethod to false count packet for any number, with hamman count
- even number
- variation #1 - even number
- variation #2 - even number
- finesse
- large numbers
- boomerang (doug canning)
- the hamman switch\nsteve beam\nkiller count\nsteve beam
2008
counter attack Steve Beam

Counter Measures - The Killer Count

method to false count packet for any number, with Hamman Count

counted out\nselection appears in middle of four-card packet, with five-as-four count\nharry lorayne\ncounted out\nharry lorayne
2011
special effects Harry Lorayne

Counted Out

selection appears in middle of four-card packet, with five-as-four count

back count\nthree as four counted from deck, first one stolen back\nsylvan barnet\ngenii (july 1944)
2016
the performance pieces & divertissements of the famous handsome jack, etc. Sylvan Barnet

Back Count

three as four counted from deck, first one stolen back