32 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Super-Senses / Memory / Move-A-Card
  
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
James Steranko Fantasy Card Routine Chapter Thirteen
  • Oneway Faces (not pointer cards, but uneven printing)
  • The Division (spectator cuts to a card behind the performer's back and replaces)
  • The Afterthought (selection from in-the-hands spread)
  • The Bisection (two selections by cutting of small packets and remembering bottom cards)
  • The Retention (fake memory demonstration, move-a-card)
  • The Abstraction (one of three cards thought of, OOSOOM)
  • Fantasy Notes
1960 Steranko on Cards 93
Paul Stadelman Phenomenal Memory deck cut in two halves, card placed from one half to the other face down
1966 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1965-66) 82
Harry Lorayne Lorayne's Move-A-Card, A La Moe
1971 Reputation-Makers 88
Karl Fulves Commitment cards apparently memorized, spectator exchanged two cards and those are found
1982 Card Counting 15
David Regal Dave's Move-A-Card deck crimp
1987 Star Quality — The Magic of David Regal 171
Vanni Bossi Vanii Bossi's Move a Card, a la "Moe" memorizing red-black patterns
1992 Escorial 1992 — The Marlo Year 18
Juan Tamariz, Moe Seidenstein, Jimmy Grippo A Phenomenal Memory performer apparently remembers a whole spread and thus identifies a chosen card that has been moved from its position
1995 Card College — Volume 1 145
William P. Miesel Letters on Move A Card, Bob Ecklund
Related to 1996 The Fine Print (Issue 3) 56
Barrie Richardson Barrie's Move a Card memorizing every other card in one half
Also published here
  • Club 71, Christmas 1988
1999 Theater of the Mind 104
Barrie Richardson Close-up Memory Demonstration move-a-card, then a number is named and performer names card at that position (faced deck)
Related toVariationsAlso published here
  • Club 71, Winter 1987
1999 Theater of the Mind 107
Jerry Mentzer Move a Card alternating one-way backs
2000 Card File Two 59
Harry Lorayne Location Divide one suit every fourth card, one card moved and located
2001 Personal Collection 587
Lewis Jones Move over again, Moe with drop stack type arranging of color pattern
Inspired by
  • "Move over, Moe" (Lewis Jones, Imp Romp 2)
2002 Ahead of the Pack 141
Pit Hartling Unforgettable three phase memory routine, faro
Related toVariationsAlso published here 2003 Card Fictions 78
Karl Fulves The Line Up apparent memory system for about twelve cards, move-a-card application for small packet
  • The System
  • A Refinement
  • Line Up - The Method
  • The Poison Method
2003 Off The Books (Issue 6) 90
Steven Youell Sonar Detection spectator displaces his card, performer listens to riffle and names card, with out when spectator lies
2004 Weapons of Mass Destruction 56
Karl Fulves After Moe
2005 Combo II 86
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
Karl Fulves Eminent Domain strategy in which red cards in bottom half are clocked, and black cards in top half, card moved from half to half can be identified, see also p. 73
2005 Clockwork 32
Karl Fulves Max Moe see also p. 67
Variations 2005 Clockwork 36
Karl Fulves Moe By Phone and further references for the plot
2005 Clockwork 67
Moe Seidenstein Moe's Move A Card advertisement reprinted from Linking Ring, July 1937
2005 Combo II 86
Karl Fulves Maximo
Inspired by 2007 Prolix (Issue 3) 154
Karl Fulves Moe-mentous two cards exchanged in twelve-card packet
Related to 2007 Word Play 53
Benjamin Earl Pseudo Moe pseudo version of Moe's Move-A-Card
2007 Seeing with Photo-Electric Eyes 16
Jon Racherbaumer Moe's 21 move-a-card with twenty-one cards
2007 7-7-7 100
Claude Impériale Bluff Counting move a card with card counting presentation and optional deck switch
2010 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 126
Benjamin Earl Pseudo Moe "In a Glimpse"
2010 Gambit (Issue 2) 16
Karl Fulves Jump Count
Inspired by 2011 Prolix (Issue 9) 609
Pit Hartling Unforgettable three phase memory routine, faro
Also published here 2012 The F.F.F.F. Book 117
Pit Hartling Updated Handling alternatives for all three phases
Inspired by 2018 Card Fictions (2018 edition) 98
Denis Behr Photographic Memory
  • First Phase - Move-a-Card
  • Second Phase - The Missing Card
  • Third Phase - Half the Deck (spectator takes phone picture of order, after shuffling the order the performer can still recite it correctly)
Inspired by 2018 Handcrafted Card Magic — Volume 3 59