160 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Red Black / Separation / by Magician
  
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Unknown To Distinguish the Court Cards by Touch preparing by "bending" edges slightly upwards with knife
1876 Modern Magic 69
Unknown Biseauté or Tapering Cards red-black application
1889 Tricks with Cards 39
Unknown Durch einen Griff die schwarzen Karten von den roten zu trennen No. 31, deck shown shuffled, colors separated with one cutting action
1895 Der Kartenkünstler 36
Unknown Rouge et noir No. 19, bridge crimp to tell whether a card is red or black
1895 Der Kartenkünstler 24
Unknown Die geheimnisvollen Würfel
  • two dice thrown and sum counted to repeatedly until deck is divided in two halves, they're separated in red and black
  • red and black separation by performer without dice but crimp or punch instead
1896 Der moderne Kartenkünstler 110
Unknown Das präparierte Kartenspiel "Die Kartenschule von Carl Willmann"
making a stripper deck, applications: finding selections, Aces or separating reds and blacks
Oct. 1897 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 3 No. 10) 147
Unknown Das Kartensortieren performer sorts the shuffled into number and court cards without looking at the faces, using the principle that picture cards have more ink on them that (in those days) clings to the card underneath, impromptu rough-smooth
Nov. 1897 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 3 No. 5) 65
Jack Merlin Reds and Blacks red and black cards are shuffled and separated again
1927/28 Merlin's Master Manipulations 11
Jack Merlin A Routine of Sleights at the Card Table
  • cards in spectator's pocket, card fished out very fast
  • second and bottom dealing expose
1927/28 Merlin at the Card Table 2
Unknown The Red and the Black colors shown separated, deck shuffled, still separated
1934 Card Manipulations (Issue 3) 60
Theodore Annemann Red or Black?
Related to 1934 SH-H-H--! It's A Secret 14
Unknown To Separate the Red Cards from the Black basic stripper deck application
1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 263
Charles T. Jordan Positions Unknown named cards are produced and deck separated into colors, stacked stripper deck
1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 273
Theodore Annemann Red or Black one-way backs
Related to 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 161
Jack Vosburgh "Fifth Column" political story presentation
Related to 1940 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 114) 675
Nate Leipzig From the Pen of Leipzig two shuffled decks are covered with handkerchiefs, performer removes a card with each hand, they match
1940 Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2 No. 7) 1
Bob Hummer The Magic Separation face-up and face-down cards are shuffled, performer separates cards behind back so one pile consists of same amount of face up cards as the other, see Collected Secrets for variations
VariationsAlso published here 1940 Half-A-Dozen Hummers 3
Edward Marlo Sense of Touch crimp
1945 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 78) 317
Eddie Clever The "Red and Black" Effect one red and several black cards are put in envelopes, magician identifies red
1945/27 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 4 203
Warren Wiersbe, Bob Hummer Double Separation packet shuffled face-up face-down, then statement over condition made and colors separated
Inspired by 1946 Mental Cases With Cards 11
Roger Barkann Follow the Leaders routine with red/black effects
  • prediction of red / black relationship (Phoenix No. 1)
  • Out of this World (not explained)
  • Follow the Leader (not explained)
  • Slop Shuffle Color Separation
Related to 1946 The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 102) 409
Bob Hummer Hummer's 18 Card Mystery spectator takes eighteen cards and turns over the top two cards and cuts the pile, that step is repeated as often as he likes, then the performer takes the cards behind his back and divines the amount of reversed cards, see Collected Secrets for links to variations
Also published here 1946 Face Up Face Down Mysteries 1
Bob Hummer Hummer's Swindle spectator takes sixteen cards and turns over the top two cards and cuts the pile behind his back, that step is repeated as often as he likes, then the performer takes the cards behind his back and without looking reverses all cards back in order
Also published here 1946 Face Up Face Down Mysteries 2
Bob Hummer The Lonely Card CATO routine, cards turned face up, performer takes packet behind back and reverses all cards except selection
VariationsAlso published here 1946 Face Up Face Down Mysteries 2
U. F. Grant Grant's Follow the Leader ten red and ten black cards mixed together, separate again, a bit unclear with dealing
Jan. 1949 Grant's Inner Circle Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 4) 10
John Scarne Separating Red and Black Cards No. 18, Performer separates face up/down packet into reds and blacks
1950 Scarne on Card Tricks 38
George Schindler Sealed Penetration deck is sealed and put in spectator's pocket, performer fishes card out very fast
Related to 1951 The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 237) 949
Toni Koynini Can't See! "A Complete Act"
performer genuinely blindfolded, performer feels various qualities of cards
  • Picture Sense (all court cards sorted out during deal-through)
  • Now the Suits
  • Aces High
  • Reds and Blacks
  • Any Card! (any number card named, performer locates it while dealing through packet)
  • Out of this World (no longer blindfolded)
1951 Toni Koynini's Card Miracles 12
Edward Marlo Sense of Touch crimp
1953 The Cardician 4
Bob Hummer Matching the Colors Deck shuffled face up and face down, magician can separate into two piles containing the same number of face up cards. Alternative is to shuffle red and black cards.
1956 Mathematics, Magic And Mystery 17
Dai Vernon Colour Separation four red and black cards are separated behind the back, crimp
1959 Inner Secrets of Card Magic 14
Cliff Green General Delivery - Cards to the Pockets six cards, red black alternating, vanish and reappear color-separated from two different pockets
Variations 1961 Professional Card Magic 134
Bill Hendricks Red and Black shuffling red and black packets and then two faro shuffles
Inspired by 1962 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1962) 70
Edward Marlo Color Eliminator color reflects on back of other card or nail polish on fingertip
Related to 1962 Estimation 35
Victor "Astor" Jamnitzky Die Roten und die Schwarzen red and black separation by touch, whole deck corner-shorted
1967 (ca.) The Astor-Deck 5
Paul Swinford Opus Thirteen Gilbreath Principle & Faro Shuffle, new deck order
1968 Faro Fantasy 37
Robert Page All But One CATO red black separation routine, p. 241 for further reference
Related to Aug. 1968 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 3 No. 10) 197
Don Nielsen, Karl Fulves Nor Eyes To See With
  • performer finds red card in black packet behind back
  • circled number on paper is divined behind back
  • set time on watch revealed behind back
fiber optic tube, see also p. 320 for idea by Harold Bester, p. 644 & p. 728 for comments by Syd Bergson & Karl Fulves
Related toVariations Nov. 1969 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 1) 291
Jack Posetary No Mirror reading colors of cards, whet thumbnail as shiner, see also p. 411
Related to Dec. 1970 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6 No. 2) 389
Karl Fulves Technicolor Thought
Related to 1971 The Book of Numbers 12
Karl Fulves Technicolor Thought divided deck location, then set-up for "No Mirror"
Related to 1971 The Book of Numbers — Supplementary Notes 16
Karl Fulves Technicolor Shuffle cutting to red cards, secret strip out condition
1971 The Book of Numbers — Supplementary Notes 19
Fred G. Taylor Sleeper spectator notes bottom card and pockets it along with next nine cards of same color, then performer finds cards of opposite color
May 1971 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6 No. 7) 419
Roy Walton An Illogical Conclusion four red cards are changed with four face down cards on the table one by one, cards in the hand remain always red and spectators assume face down cards are red too, they are shown to be black eventually
1972 Tale Twisters 5
Unknown Downer down-under location from twenty card packet, only odd-colored card in one half
June 1972 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 8) 528
Karl Fulves Technicolor Oddity four reds and four blacks are mixed in various ways (klondike shuffle, under/over shuffle), yet separate
Variations 1973 Notes From Underground 7
Michael Boden Deck Memorization OOTW with the performer dealing as a memory stunt, gilbreath
Also published here 1974 Card Cavalcade II 90
Walt Lees Cull-A-Separation a red card and a black card are reversed in the deck and attract the other cards of the same color
1974 Pabular (Vol. 1 No. 4) 46
William Larsen, T. Page Wright Trick #7 cards openly separated into suits, then shuffled together fairly with riffle shuffle, yet red-black colors remain separated
Also published here
  • in "Random Conceptions with Cards" (ca. 1930)
Sep. 1974 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 11) 790
George Sands Criss Cross Nines through Aces removed and sorted in reds and blacks, dealing procedure on table mixes and then sorts the colors again, spectator cannot duplicate it
credit information, see also p. 812 for Marlo claim
Related toVariationsAlso published here
  • "Unbeatable" (George Sands, Sep. 1951, p. 14)
Oct. 1974 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 12) 816
Karl Fulves Color Blind no-palm handling of Criss Cross, Nines through Aces removed and sorted in reds and blacks, dealing procedure on table mixes and then sorts the colors again, spectator cannot duplicate it, see p. 1053 for comment
Inspired by Nov. 1974 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10 No. 1) 822
Arthur Finley Kings and Queens Kings and Queens mixed up behind back, performer can bring out King/Queen of same suit, then later separate them into Kings and Queens
1975 Magic With Faucett Ross 214
Edward Marlo Color Sense seeing with fingertips, red / black, shuffled deck in case, reflection on card case
Related to 1975 The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 121) 602
Jerry Andrus The Psychiatric Shift separating four face up cards from for face down cards
1976 Andrus Card Control 37
Harvey Rosenthal Yet Another Technicolor Oddity five reds and five black cards
Inspired byRelated to 1976 Close-Up Sampler — Part 1 15
Unknown The Red and the Blacks separating red and black cards
1976 The Big Book of Magic 94
Karl Fulves Quinary Colors five reds and five blacks are shuffled, one color penetrates table
1977 Packet Switches (Part Four) 214
Karl Fulves Color Flash spectator shuffles small packets
1977 Packet Switches (Part Four) 254
Erhard Liebenow Open Color Separation red card shuffled into black cards and eventually separate again
1978 Liebenow On Cards 18
Hannes Höller Trennen von Karten separating cards in a Stripper Deck
A. Trennen hinter dem Rücken
B. Kartentrennen am Tisch
1978 Einfach Wunderbar - Wunderbar Einfach 43
Unknown Farbentrennen Rot-Schwarz performer separates red and black cards behind back
1978 Einfach Wunderbar - Wunderbar Einfach 68
Ted Karmilovich Red & Black performer separates red and black cards
1978 The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 221) 1102
Karl Fulves 5-4 spectator turns cards over from a packet of 18 cards, behind back performer splits packet and knows relation of face-down and face-up cards in each half
Related toAlso published here Sep. 1979 The Talon (Issue 5) 61
Uriah Fuller Psi-Con performer separates reds and black cards from a shuffled deck
1980 The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 262) 1308
Bob Hummer Hummer's 18 Card Mystery spectator takes eighteen cards and turns over the top two cards and cuts the pile, that step is repeated as often as he likes, then the performer takes the cards behind his back and divines the amount of reversed cards
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1980 Bob Hummer's Collected Secrets 7
Bob Hummer Hummer's Swindle spectator takes sixteen cards and turns over the top two cards and cuts the pile behind his back, that step is repeated as often as he likes, then the performer takes the cards behind his back and without looking reverses all cards back in order
Also published here 1980 Bob Hummer's Collected Secrets 7
Bob Hummer The Lonely Card CATO routine, cards turned face up, performer takes packet behind back and reverses all cards except selection
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1980 Bob Hummer's Collected Secrets 7
Bob Hummer The Little Moonies CATO routine, cards with moon faces printed on them, one way they are smiling held the other way the are sad, spectator marks two cards on the pack and cuts them in the deck, performer takes cards behind back, all moons are in smiling orientation except marked two
Also published here 1980 Bob Hummer's Collected Secrets 8
Bob Hummer The Magic Separation face-up and face-down cards are shuffled, performer separates cards behind back so one pile consists of same amount of face up cards as the other (1940)
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1980 Bob Hummer's Collected Secrets 9
Steve Dobson "Incrediblack" odd-looking shuffle sequence separates deck in colors except selection
Nov. 1981 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 4 No. 11) 558
Karl Fulves Checkers "Two Tricks"
three reds and three blacks alternated, dealing procedure to separate colors or turn every other card over
1981 The Chronicles (Issue 30) 1363
"Magic" Christian Stelzel Red and Black behind back
1982 Stripper / Konische Karten 4
Harvey Rosenthal Another Technicolor Oddity with five red and five black cards
Inspired byRelated to 1982 Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 20) 387
Unknown Para Separar Colores application D, color separation
1983 La Baraja Biselada 6
Karl Fulves Separating the Colors red/black alternating aces on top, two shuffles, separated; using block transfer
1984 Riffle Shuffle Technique - Part Three 183
Karl Fulves Odd Color Out No. 19, cards shuffled face-up/face-down via CATO by spectator, two selections made, performer handles cards and all face-up cards are red with a black selection and vice versa
Variations 1984 More Self-Working Card Tricks 27
George Sands, Karl Fulves Criss Cross No. 48, simplified, Nines through Aces removed and sorted in reds and blacks, dealing procedure on table mixes and then sorts the colors again, spectator cannot duplicate it
Inspired by 1984 More Self-Working Card Tricks 62
Edward Marlo (A) Red Black Sensing mexican joe crimp
1984 Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 215
Stephen Minch Color Separation No. 8, performer separates colors by touch, punch, performer genuinely blindfolded
1984 Eyeless in Gaza 21
Dai Vernon Commanding the Colors shuffled deck is cut into piles, named color on top of each
1988 The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 2 192
Dai Vernon A Sticky Solution sticky edges
1988 The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 2 207
Dai Vernon It's a Snap snap crimp
1988 The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 2 210
Dai Vernon Vernon On Gilbreath
1988 The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 2 212
Brother John Hamman The Disobedient Cards strange procedure and then colors are separated
1989 The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 81
Brother John Hamman The Final Shuffle alternating set-up, spectator overhand shuffles
1989 The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 84
Bob Hummer Infallible
Also published here 1989 Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 12
Simon Aronson Color Feeling behind back, deck switch
1990 The Aronson Approach 91
Karl Fulves Sandbagged blue- and red-backed deck sprung in paper bag and shaken, performer then reaches in an produces one color until all are separated
Inspired byRelated to 1994 Crooked Tales 31
Reinhard Müller Pre-World discussing precursors of OOTW and color guessing, credit information
Related to 1995 Underworld (Issue 1) 4
Steve Beam Color Blind performer separates cards into reds and black, then blindfolded and with cards face up performer seems to miss, but separated cards of different back colors
1995 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 2 53
Michael Kaminskas Triumphant Return cards left and right of selection are sorted by color
1996 Miracle Material 7
Harry Riser Dealer's School
  • Phase One (red black separation by feel)
  • Phase Two (shuffle control demo)
  • Phase Three (dealing some hands, performer ends up with Aces)
1996 The Feints and Temps of Harry Riser 144
Ken Krenzel Strip the Leader two leader card in front of two shuffled piles, they become black and red pile, follow the leader phase, they shuffle again by themselves, stripper deck
Related to 1997 Ingenuities 195
Karl Fulves He Has Followers No. 1, spectator riffle shuffles once and then deals into two piles part of the deck, follow the leader type presentation for color separation, colors marked on backs
1997 Command Colors 2
Karl Fulves The Specialist performer separates colors of shuffled deck
1998 Combo 23
Karl Fulves Code For Oracle two suits named and removed, performer separates them from the back
1998 Combo 25
Karl Fulves The Lady Thinks shuffled deck, psychic from other side of room tells how cards should be dealt to separate reds from blacks
Related to 1998 Combo 27
Karl Fulves Expansionism memorizing color sequence of 32 cards, but really only sixteen
Related to 1998 Combo 38
Karl Fulves After Hummer separating reds and blacks behind back, involving a layout on a grid on the table by spectator
1998 Combo 46
Ellis Stanyon To Separate Red from Black Cards No. 4
1999 Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 209
Michael Boden Deck Memorization Out of This World with the performer dealing as a memory stunt, g=Gilbreath
Also published here 1999 Cunning Card Miracles 72
Ellis Stanyon To Distinguish the Colour of the Cards Under a Handkerchief No. 18, bridge
1999 Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 43
Ellis Stanyon To Distinguish Court Cards by Touch No. 35, blurred edges with knife
1999 Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 50
Ellis Stanyon To Distinguish Red from Black Cards by Their Backs No. 36, bridge
1999 Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 50
Michael Boden Deck Memorization OOTW with the performer dealing as a memory stunt, gilbreath
  • Notes on the Gilbreath Principle
Also published here 2000 Card File Two 62
Bob Taylor The "S" Shuffle setting bridge during riffle shuffle with one half bridged opposite to other half, red-black divination application
2000 Gambling Notes 18
Lewis Jones Red Alert One deck is dealt in four hands, colors of one hand can be divined
2000 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 3 160
Roy Walton Roy Walton Presentation after two cards are selected from a packet, performer separates the colors and gets two wrong - the selections
Inspired by 2000 New Inspirations 9
Paul Curry Never in a Lifetime two shuffled halves, magician does the same as spectator, both separate cards into red and black
Also published here 2001 Paul Curry's Worlds Beyond 298
Simon Aronson Color Separation Variation on UnDo Influence to leave deck color separated
Inspired by 2001 Try the Impossible 10
Bob Kohler The Deck That Can't Be Shuffled deck separates into reds and blacks repeatedly despite shuffling, using Daryl's Triumph Display
2001 Kardz 1
R. Paul Wilson Antipathy red and black cards riffle shuffled together and "unshuffled" again, using Engblom's Anti-Faro
2001 Omerta 7
Unknown Color by Touch No. 66, small packet shuffled face-up/face-down, performer names number of reds and blacks and sorts them
2001 New Self-Working Card Tricks 100
Karl Fulves, Bob Hummer Psychic Map No. 69, fifteen cards in matrix layout on table, some are turned over, covered with newspaper, performer reaches underneath and adjusts, when newspaper is removed all face-up cards are red and vice versa
2001 New Self-Working Card Tricks 104
Karl Fulves Red Control an Ace and a Two on the table, single cards dealt on Ace, pairs on Two, performer and spectator take one of the dealt piles each under the table, performer is able to match spectator's colors
Inspired by 2001 Latter Day Secrets (Issue 5) 160
Lee Asher The Continental Divide deck is shown mixed, instantly separates in reds and blacks
Related to 2002 Penumbra (Issue 3) 2
Jerry K. Hartman Further On "The Continental Divide" additional thoughts
Inspired by 2002 Penumbra (Issue 4) 17
Karl Fulves The Rule For Red different handling than CATO, switching two cards
Inspired by 2002 Latter Day Secrets (Issue 7) 262
Jerry K. Hartman Color Scheming deck is shown mixed, instantly separates in reds and blacks
Inspired by 2003 Penumbra (Issue 5) 15
Pit Hartling Colour Sense feeling colors through table, packet of thirteen cards
Related toVariations 2003 Card Fictions 36
Karl Fulves Seeing Color performer deals through shuffled deck, spectator stops, selection cut into deck, performer deals some cards on the table and one to the bottom of the deck, tabled pile consists of selection and only odd-colored cards otherwise
  • No Memory
2003 Off The Books (Issue 6) 99
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Uncertain Separation after some mixing the cards are eventually sorted either red/black or picture/spots, pseudo-CATO
Variations 2004 Diamonds from Coal 95
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Indeterminate Conclusion same with two selections ending up in opposite group, pseudo-CATO
Inspired by 2004 Diamonds from Coal 97
Steve Beam GPS Stack mathematical stack, knowing amount of cut cards
  • Weighing the Cards
2004 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 5 229
Karl Fulves The Greek's Game color of twelve cards named by magician, betting presentation, see also p. 99 for further notes
2005 Combo II 13
Karl Fulves A Trick Of Memory red-black even-money swindle
2005 Combo II 29
Karl Fulves Cue Cards openly removed marker cards help with memorizing Combo numbers
Related toVariations 2005 Combo II 35
Karl Fulves Slick Slate color separation with performer and spectator, lines on slate help remembering Combo numbers, see also p. 102 for further notes
2005 Combo II 37
Karl Fulves The Russian Test performer guaranteed to get better than average score in color sorting without seeing any faces at all, see also p. 104 for further notes
2005 Combo II 55
Robin Robertson Using the Stack red-black separation with stack
2005 Combo II 63
Karl Fulves Mirasequel performer separates the mixed pile at the end of Miraskill
2005 Combo II 66
Karl Fulves Visionary performer sorts half the deck face-down after a riffle shuffle
2005 Combo II 80
Barrie Richardson Synergistic Memory Demonstration first phase is "HIP ESP" (color sequence called off), then a number is named and performer names card at that position (faced deck)
Inspired by 2005 Act Two 308
Reinhard Müller Mixed Cards and Feelings sixteen cards are cut into two piles and spectator turns the same amount of cards over in each pile, performer takes cards behind back, turns some cards over and tells how many cards are reversed
Related to 2006 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 6 58
Herb Zarrow Insight a trick Zarrow invented for a blind magician, magician matches shuffled red / black order of a pile
2006 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 7 177
Gregory Wilson, Ron Wilson The Trick That Sucks card travels from red half to black half, inspired by Ron Wilson's "Highland Hop"
Inspired by 2007 Best of Friends — Volume III 497
Asi Wind Red & Black after one riffle shuffle, some cards are dealt and the colors divined by performer
Also published here 2007 Chapter One 9
Hector Chadwick Reds and Blacks Performer divines red/black from spectator shuffled deck
Inspired by 2008 The Mental Mysteries of Hector Chadwick 85
Lennart Green The Remote Control I color guessing together with spectator, performer is always right
Variations 2008 The Green Northern Lights Magic 34
Lennart Green The Remote Control II version with all four suits
Inspired by 2008 The Green Northern Lights Magic 35
Karl Fulves Cutting The Colors two halves, spectator cuts each, top and bottom cards taken, repeated, taken cards are separated in color
2009 Prolix (Issue 6) 398
Lewis Jones, Jerry K. Hartman Sorted apparently performer sorts deck in colors and suits to find selection, inspired by Hartman's "He Whose Half Lasts" (Card Dupery)
2010 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 138
Karl Fulves Know-It-All spectator riffle shuffles deck, pair shown and spectator only tells if the colors match or not, performer knows color if they match
2010 Prolix (Issue 8) 501
Karl Fulves Stripper Notes
  • using stripper deck as one-way deck in tabled row
  • separation by touch (face-up/face-down)
2010 Prolix (Issue 8) 502
Michael Alec Sparkle performer deals borrowed deck into two piles, colors (almost) separated, nail polish shiner at innser surface of fingernail
2010 Prolix (Issue 8) 523
Jason Ladanye The Set-Up red-black separated cards shuffled, separate again, teaching-presentation
2013 Confident Deceptions 83
Michael Weber Power to the Performer performer separates colors
2015 Red Black 2.0 15
John Wilson Outer This World performer divines color of top thirteen cards of shuffled deck
Inspired by 2016 You and Me and the Devil Makes Three — Volume II 19
Chris Rawlins Pseudo three phase memory demonstration, first red black, then suits, then naming missing card
Also published here 2016 (ca.) Pseudo 1
Frank Fogg Out Of This Spread Cards that spectator select will always be of opposite color from magician's selections
2017 A New Angle 55
Harapan Ong The Incomplete Strip-Out Stripping cards out from a tapered deck with an unsquared deck

  • Shuffle stacking sandwich demo: shuffling selection between two Jokers
  • Full deck red-black separation
  • Oil and Water: Spectator separates the colors themselves
2017 A New Angle 151
Ryan Schlutz Strange Gift spectator gives twelve cards to performer, he knows number of red cards and sorts them under table
Inspired by
  • "Buckle Up" (No. 105 in "Scarne on Card Tricks", 1950)
Also published here
2017 False Anchors — Volume One 14
Ondřej Pšenička Motion Memory Magician able to deal and separate red and black cards with face down cards
2017 The Secret of the Butterflies 74
Chris Rawlins A Bonus (Pseudo Memory) three phase memory demonstration, first red black, then suits, then naming missing card
Also published here 2017 The Event, 2017 63
Asi Wind True Colors after one riffle shuffle, some cards are dealt and the colors divined by performer
Related toAlso published here 2018 Repertoire 37
Pepe Lirrojo Out of this order cards are separated in red and black by performer, except two selections
2019 Some Different Stuff 2
Steve Forte Dealing The "Snake" fake demo in which high and low cards are apparently separated with snake crimp
2020 Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 2 1018
Steve Forte These Cards Are Marked! high-low separation, using one-way
2020 Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 2 1027
Steve Beam Full Stop performer remembers order of cards and deals them face down in multiple piles, spectator stops four times and cards are turned over, deck is separated into red black at the end with four mistakes
Inspired by 2020 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 12 69
Ryan Schlutz Strange Gift spectator gives twelve cards to performer, he knows number of red cards and sorts them under table
Also published here 2020 False Anchors 14