passing the buck\nfour coins produced from four cards, they then travel around under cards
- bobo variation\ntom osborne\nmishell's mite\ned mishell
1966
the new modern coin magic Tom Osborne

Passing the Buck

four coins produced from four cards, they then travel around under cards

matrix\n- drill i - the pickup
- drill ii - card placement
- a word about the drills
- rules of practice
- of magic and matrix\nal schneider\n"matrix" in "genii" 11/1970\nclassic matrix\nal schneider\nscoop assembly\ntom gagnon\nquantum matrix\nmatt baker
1974
matrix Al Schneider

solid state\ntorn card quarters used for matrix, coins from hand to hand, then card restores\nkarl fulves
1975
methods with cards — part 1 Karl Fulves

Solid State

torn card quarters used for matrix, coins from hand to hand, then card restores

look, they're copper!\nmatrix, then repeat and they all change to copper instead of assembling, one visually on top of card, edge of mat hold-out\ndan fleshman
1980
john: verse two Dan Fleshman

Look, They're Copper!

matrix, then repeat and they all change to copper instead of assembling, one visually on top of card, edge of mat hold-out

matrix coins and cards\nmatrix with four cards, as a kicker random cards turn out to be aces\nhorace e. bennett
1981
bennett's fourth book Horace E. Bennett

Matrix Coins and Cards

matrix with four cards, as a kicker random cards turn out to be Aces

variant\nvariation for second phase of haden-matrix\nreinhard müller\nhaden-matrix\nreinhard müller\nfreewheel\nreinhard müller
1983
spell-binder Reinhard Müller

double reverse matrix\nthree silver coins join a copper to a corner twice, flash-back finale\nbob king
1984
fork full of appetizers — book 2 Bob King

Double Reverse Matrix

three silver coins join a copper to a corner twice, flash-back finale

floating assembly\nfour cards, four coins\ndavid williamson\nfloating production (フローティング・プロダクション)\ntomoya horiki
1989
williamson's wonders David Williamson

the four two trick\nfour deuces on table in different spots, coin travels to under each card, then coin produced from under all cards, using flick\npaul gertner
1994
steel and silver Paul Gertner

The Four Two Trick

four deuces on table in different spots, coin travels to under each card, then coin produced from under all cards, using Flick

that's ridiculous\nfour aces on table in different spots, coin appears from jokers and travels to under each card, then coin produced from under all cards, two more coins, two bigger coins and jumbo coin\npaul gertner
1994
steel and silver Paul Gertner

That's Ridiculous

four aces on table in different spots, coin appears from jokers and travels to under each card, then coin produced from under all cards, two more coins, two bigger coins and jumbo coin

giant killer coin\nmatrix with jumbo coin production kicker\npaul harris\nthe giant killer coin\npaul harris
1996
the art of astonishment - book 1 Paul Harris

el mundial de futbol\ncards with football players, coins as footballs appear, yellow card changes to red card, matrix and jumbo coin/ball appears as climax, story trick\nromán garcía
2010
nanomagias Román García

El Mundial de Futbol

cards with football players, coins as footballs appear, yellow card changes to red card, matrix and jumbo coin/ball appears as climax, story trick

ultimate coin assembly\nfour quarters, one-handed performance\ntom gagnon\nthe sympathetic coins\nyank hoe\nperfect coin assembly\nharvey rosenthal
2013
too hot for the devil Tom Gagnon

coin assembly for connoisseurs\nfour quarters covered with kings, assembly, then kings change to aces\ntom gagnon
2013
too hot for the devil Tom Gagnon

Coin Assembly for Connoisseurs

four quarters covered with Kings, assembly, then Kings change to Aces

forty-one cent assembly\ninternational coin assembly, dime-and-penny gaff\ntom gagnon\n"the dingle coin mystery" (derek dingle, marketed 1970)
2013
too hot for the devil Tom Gagnon

Forty-One Cent Assembly

international coin assembly, dime-and-penny gaff

Inspired by

"The Dingle Coin Mystery" (Derek Dingle, marketed 1970)

quantum matrix\npresentation idea for classic coin matrix effect, four coins and four cards, backfire ending, uses siamese coins gimmick by mike gallo\nmatt baker\nmatrix\nal schneider
2019
the buena vista shuffle club Matt Baker

Quantum Matrix

Presentation idea for classic coin Matrix effect, four coins and four cards, backfire ending, uses Siamese coins gimmick by Mike Gallo