die geheimnisvollen würfel \n - 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 \n unknown
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler
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

marlo's janus \n some red and ten cards are mixed, spectator deals them on face-up cards on table, all color match, double facers, see also p. 837 \n edward marlo \n esp janus \n nick trost
1950
the phoenix 201 — 250 Edward Marlo

Marlo's Janus

some red and ten cards are mixed, spectator deals them on face-up cards on table, all color match, double facers, see also p. 837

janus \n some red and ten cards are mixed, spectator deals them on face-up cards on table, all color match, double facers \n edward marlo
1953
the cardician Edward Marlo

Janus

some red and ten cards are mixed, spectator deals them on face-up cards on table, all color match, double facers

rouge et noir \n five red cards and five black cards are shuffled, spectator separates the cards by color \n dr. jacob daley \n footnotes on rouge et noir \n william zavis \n more footnotes on: rouge et noir \n william zavis \n day for night \n philip t. goldstein \n ruse et noir \n ken krenzel \n double rouge et noir \n peter duffie \n robin robertson \n five red and five black \n arturo de ascanio
1953
the phoenix 251 — 300 Dr. Jacob Daley

Rouge et Noir

five red cards and five black cards are shuffled, spectator separates the cards by color

footnotes on rouge et noir \n different card switches \n william zavis \n rouge et noir \n dr. jacob daley \n more footnotes on: rouge et noir \n william zavis
1953
the phoenix 251 — 300 William Zavis

more footnotes on: rouge et noir \n with two royal flushes \n william zavis \n rouge et noir \n dr. jacob daley \n footnotes on rouge et noir \n william zavis
1954
the phoenix 251 — 300 William Zavis

hummer's reversal mystery \n cato trick, magician can name correctly number of face up cards after cut and turn over procedure. oscar weigle variation: colors are also separated \n bob hummer \n oscar weigle \n the little moonies \n bob hummer \n stitches in time \n stephen tucker
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Bob Hummer, Oscar Weigle

Hummer's Reversal Mystery

CATO trick, magician can name correctly number of face up cards after cut and turn over procedure. Oscar Weigle variation: colors are also separated

out of this universe \n some red and black sorting comes out despite real shuffles, not really ootw effect \n harry lorayne \n a bit for "out of this universe" \n dick cavett \n i. general procedures \n ronald a. wohl (ravelli) \n best of all worlds \n michael powers \n out of this solar system \n michał kociołek
1962
close-up card magic Harry Lorayne

Out of this Universe

some red and black sorting comes out despite real shuffles, not really OOTW effect

medium \n partial rough-smooth, red and black alternate, then force blocks, three phases:
1. spectator says if top card is red or black, he is always right
2. spectator names position of a given card, the card is at that position
3. performer put unknown card in pocket, spectator divines it \n jochen zmeck \n psi color \n edward marlo
1962
enzyklopädie der rauh-glatt-kartentricks — teil ii Jochen Zmeck

Medium

partial rough-smooth, red and black alternate, then force blocks, three phases:
1. spectator says if top card is red or black, he is always right
2. spectator names position of a given card, the card is at that position
3. performer put unknown card in pocket, spectator divines it

color - sense \n eight indicator cards distributed on table, deck shuffled in four packets, then distributed on top of those eight cards, the piles match the indicator card in color \n roy walton \n correction on p. 86
1967
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Roy Walton

Color - Sense

eight indicator cards distributed on table, deck shuffled in four packets, then distributed on top of those eight cards, the piles match the indicator card in color

posi-negative cards \n magnetic colors variation \n j. w. sarles \n p. 116 for comment by fred g. taylor, fulves and backdating to 1958 \n "you did it" (t.s. ransom, ibidem #16, p. 11) \n posi-negative cards \n j. w. sarles \n posi-negative cards \n j. w. sarles \n follow me \n karl fulves
1967
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 J. W. Sarles

Posi-Negative Cards

Magnetic Colors variation

Related to

p. 116 for comment by Fred G. Taylor, Fulves and backdating to 1958

influential pairs \n two decks dealt in several piles, red black separated \n roy walton \n karl fulves \n influential pairs variation \n gene finnell \n influence \n roy walton \n influential pairs variation \n gene finnell \n influential pairs \n roy walton \n karl fulves
1968
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Roy Walton, Karl Fulves

Influential Pairs

two decks dealt in several piles, red black separated

someone like you \n eight-card packet, spectator tries red-black separation, the score of hits and misses is looked up in an index of possible scores, on the correct score the spectator is described in detail \n karl fulves \n from tom hubbard \n tom hubbard \n someone like you \n karl fulves
1971
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Karl Fulves

Someone Like You

eight-card packet, spectator tries red-black separation, the score of hits and misses is looked up in an index of possible scores, on the correct score the spectator is described in detail

influential pairs \n two decks dealt in several piles, red black separated \n roy walton \n karl fulves \n influential pairs \n roy walton \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Roy Walton, Karl Fulves

Influential Pairs

two decks dealt in several piles, red black separated

logical odd event \n two selections found and red-black separation \n marvin johnson \n the odd event \n karl fulves \n the odd event \n edward marlo \n logic \n francis j. baker
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Marvin Johnson

the problem of card 13 \n spectator selects twelve cards from the the deck, which are all the same suit as a card previously removed, see also hofzinser's first problem "choice of color" (magic christian: "non plus ultra - hofzinsers kartenkünste band 2" p. 317) \n paul curry
1974
paul curry presents Paul Curry

The Problem Of Card 13

spectator selects twelve cards from the the deck, which are all the same suit as a card previously removed, see also Hofzinser's first problem "Choice of Color" (Magic Christian: "Non Plus Ultra - Hofzinsers Kartenkünste Band 2" p. 317)

criss cross \n 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 \n george sands \n "unbeatable" (george sands, sep. 1951, p. 14) \n to teach the company a trick which they learn without difficulty, then to allow them to succeed or to cause them to fail at your pleasure \n unknown \n color blind \n karl fulves \n criss cross \n george sands \n karl fulves
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 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

color blind \n 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 \n karl fulves \n criss cross \n george sands
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 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

never in a lifetime \n two shuffled halves, magician does the same as spectator, both separate cards into red and black \n paul curry \n never in a lifetime \n paul curry
1975
never in a lifetime Paul Curry

Never in a Lifetime

two shuffled halves, magician does the same as spectator, both separate cards into red and black

day for night \n daley's rouge et noir with esp cards \n philip t. goldstein \n rouge et noir \n dr. jacob daley
1979
the compleat magick — volume iii Philip T. Goldstein

psi color \n deck is shuffled and spectator can guess if top card is red or black, he is always right \n edward marlo \n medium \n jochen zmeck \n are you psychic \n edward marlo \n a punch deal that isn't \n jack avis
1979
the compleat magick — volume iii Edward Marlo

Psi Color

deck is shuffled and spectator can guess if top card is red or black, he is always right

red less black \n spectator separates colors from back, number of errors are called, performer then names all cards \n karl fulves
1980
curioser Karl Fulves

Red Less Black

spectator separates colors from back, number of errors are called, performer then names all cards

marlo's "card thirteen in spades" \n spectator selects all spades, deck with all spades \n edward marlo \n racherbaumer (new pentagram, nov. 1979) \n the problem of card 13 \n paul curry
1981
kabbala — volume 2 Edward Marlo

Marlo's "Card Thirteen in Spades"

spectator selects all spades, deck with all spades

influential pairs \n no. 17, two decks dealt in several piles, red black separated, see pallbearer's review for references \n roy walton \n karl fulves \n influential pairs \n roy walton \n karl fulves
1984
more self-working card tricks Roy Walton, Karl Fulves

Influential Pairs

No. 17, two decks dealt in several piles, red black separated, see Pallbearer's Review for references

posi-negative cards \n no. 41, magnetic colors variation \n j. w. sarles \n posi-negative cards \n j. w. sarles
1984
more self-working card tricks J. W. Sarles

criss cross \n 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 \n george sands \n karl fulves \n criss cross \n george sands
1984
more self-working card tricks 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

a million to one \n spectator shuffles deck and cuts it into two equal piles - one is red one black \n jerry sadowitz
1989
cards on the table Jerry Sadowitz

A Million to One

spectator shuffles deck and cuts it into two equal piles - one is red one black

half-escorial \n half the cards dealt face up, half face down, face up cards change back color \n juan tamariz \n luis garcia \n gabriel moreno \n escorial-76 \n juan tamariz
1989/91
sonata Juan Tamariz, Luis Garcia, Gabriel Moreno

Half-Escorial

half the cards dealt face up, half face down, face up cards change back color

are you psychic \n color of top card guessed by spectator \n edward marlo \n psi color \n edward marlo \n the third color \n dai vernon
1990
that's it Edward Marlo

cinco rojas y cinco negras \n five red cards and five black cards are shuffled, spectator separates the cards by color \n arturo de ascanio \n "ama" n° 4, 1958. \n rouge et noir \n dr. jacob daley \n five red and five black \n arturo de ascanio
1992
la magia de ascanio — vol. 4 Arturo de Ascanio

Cinco Rojas y Cinco Negras

five red cards and five black cards are shuffled, spectator separates the cards by color

choosing sides \n spectator removes half the cards from the spread and separates reds and blacks \n steve beam
1995
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 2 Steve Beam

Choosing Sides

spectator removes half the cards from the spread and separates reds and blacks

friends \n similar to "neither blind nor silly", with twenty cards, spectator has more decisions to randomize order \n aldo colombini \n blown away \n juan tamariz
1995
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 2 Aldo Colombini

Friends

similar to "Neither Blind Nor Silly", with twenty cards, spectator has more decisions to randomize order

new world order \n two face-up jokers in deck, six cards that "don't belong" chosen from between the jokers, they are the only odd-colored ones, dated ca. 1930s, see also p. 42 \n john scarne \n pass at red \n roy walton \n other worlds \n john werner \n chase the red \n tomas blomberg \n jack parker
1995
underworld John Scarne

New World Order

two face-up Jokers in deck, six cards that "don't belong" chosen from between the Jokers, they are the only odd-colored ones, dated ca. 1930s, see also p. 42

odditorial \n two cards chosen from packet, dealt in two piles, selection only odd card in red-black separated pile, bad blind/stupid \n peter duffie \n in "the griffin" \n odditied \n peter duffie \n out of oil \n benjamin earl
1996
with cards Peter Duffie

Odditorial

two cards chosen from packet, dealt in two piles, selection only odd card in red-black separated pile, bad blind/stupid

follow me \n no. 3, spectator follows dealing pattern of performer, backs marked for color \n karl fulves \n "you did it" (t.s. ransom, ibidem #16, p. 11) \n posi-negative cards \n j. w. sarles \n database \n karl fulves
1997
command colors Karl Fulves

Follow Me

No. 3, spectator follows dealing pattern of performer, backs marked for color

mish mosh tell-a-vision \n suits of cards are divined, with fingers, then separation by spectator \n marty kane \n "mish mosh" \n reinhard müller \n justin branch \n color vision \n steve beam
1997
the trapdoor — volume three Marty Kane

Mish Mosh Tell-A-Vision

suits of cards are divined, with fingers, then separation by spectator

color by number \n no. 12, spectator deals deck into four piles according to a dealing pattern that he made up of numbers written in red or black, all color separated \n karl fulves
1997
command colors Karl Fulves

Color By Number

No. 12, spectator deals deck into four piles according to a dealing pattern that he made up of numbers written in red or black, all color separated

the lady thinks \n shuffled deck, psychic from other side of room tells how cards should be dealt to separate reds from blacks \n karl fulves \n cue cards \n karl fulves
1998
combo Karl Fulves

The Lady Thinks

shuffled deck, psychic from other side of room tells how cards should be dealt to separate reds from blacks

other worlds \n \n john werner \n the audley walsh coincidence \n audley walsh \n new world order \n john scarne \n informant \n karl fulves
1998
underworld John Werner

the noir test \n five reds and five blacks, after separation blacks change into royal flush \n karl fulves \n even money proposition \n karl fulves
1998
the noir test Karl Fulves

The Noir Test

five reds and five blacks, after separation blacks change into royal flush

casino royale \n royal flush kicker \n karl fulves \n even money proposition \n karl fulves \n the noir test \n karl fulves
1998
the noir test Karl Fulves

whysolation \n packet of about twenty cards, spectator and performer each remove a card, they turn out to be the only black cards \n peter duffie \n coincidence in colour \n roy walton
1998
deck direct Peter Duffie

Whysolation

packet of about twenty cards, spectator and performer each remove a card, they turn out to be the only black cards

odditied \n two cards chosen from packet, dealt in two piles, selection only odd card in red-black separated pile, with second deal \n peter duffie \n odditorial \n peter duffie \n seconds away! \n peter duffie
1998
covert concepts Peter Duffie

Odditied

two cards chosen from packet, dealt in two piles, selection only odd card in red-black separated pile, with second deal

seconds away! \n wo cards chosen from packet, dealt in two piles, selection only odd card in red-black separated pile, without second deal \n peter duffie \n odditied \n peter duffie
1998
covert concepts Peter Duffie

Seconds Away!

wo cards chosen from packet, dealt in two piles, selection only odd card in red-black separated pile, without second deal

the problem of card 13 \n spectator selects twelve cards from the the deck, which are all the same suit as a card previously removed, see also hofzinser's first problem "choice of color" (magic christian: "non plus ultra - hofzinsers kartenkünste band 2" p. 317) \n paul curry \n el problema de las 13 cartas \n iñaki zabaletta \n manuel llaser
2001
paul curry's worlds beyond Paul Curry

The Problem of Card 13

spectator selects twelve cards from the the deck, which are all the same suit as a card previously removed, see also Hofzinser's first problem "Choice of Color" (Magic Christian: "Non Plus Ultra - Hofzinsers Kartenkünste Band 2" p. 317)

around the world \n spectator separates deck into red and black by cutting face up and face down packets, with the rolly polly controlly \n steve beam \n scott robinson
2004
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 5 Steve Beam, Scott Robinson

Around the World

spectator separates deck into red and black by cutting face up and face down packets, with the Rolly Polly Controlly

the royal clans \n red-black separation with procedure and picture cards, using tapgac \n peter duffie \n robin robertson
2004
diamonds from coal Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

The Royal Clans

red-black separation with procedure and picture cards, using TAPGAC

princes and peasants \n red-black separation with procedure, using tapgac \n peter duffie \n robin robertson
2004
diamonds from coal Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

chao theory \n red-black separation with letter cards, using tapgac \n peter duffie \n robin robertson
2004
diamonds from coal Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

Chao Theory

red-black separation with letter cards, using TAPGAC

a few good cards \n "unexplained"
five red cards in black half, spectator finds them from the back, posed as a problem, with effect variations \n karl fulves \n hunt for red \n jerry k. hartman \n on tinterhooks \n jerry k. hartman
2006
prolix Karl Fulves

A Few Good Cards

"Unexplained"
five red cards in black half, spectator finds them from the back, posed as a problem, with effect variations

hunt for red \n five red cards in black half, spectator finds them from the back, solution \n jerry k. hartman \n a few good cards \n karl fulves
2006
prolix Jerry K. Hartman

Hunt For Red

five red cards in black half, spectator finds them from the back, solution

on tinterhooks \n five red cards put in black halves, spectator choses five cards from face-down spread, they are black but the halves changed places \n jerry k. hartman \n a few good cards \n karl fulves
2007
prolix Jerry K. Hartman

On Tinterhooks

five red cards put in black halves, spectator choses five cards from face-down spread, they are black but the halves changed places

two compatibility tests \n first part is karl fulves' "profiling", gilbreath \n nick trost \n karl fulves \n profiling \n karl fulves
2008
subtle card creations — volume 1 Nick Trost, Karl Fulves

five red and five black \n five red cards and five black cards are shuffled, spectator separates the cards by color \n arturo de ascanio \n in "ama" n° 4, 1958. \n rouge et noir \n dr. jacob daley \n cinco rojas y cinco negras \n arturo de ascanio
2008
the magic of ascanio — more studies of card magic Arturo de Ascanio

Five Red and Five Black

five red cards and five black cards are shuffled, spectator separates the cards by color

strange hummer \n red-black separation by spectator beneath table with ten-card packet, suggests cato as false trail \n ken krenzel
2009
relaxed impossibilities Ken Krenzel

Strange Hummer

red-black separation by spectator beneath table with ten-card packet, suggests CATO as false trail

teknicolor - codes for color \n r-r-b-b-... stack riffle shuffled, then an effect like magnetic colors done \n karl fulves \n back story \n karl fulves
2010
prolix Karl Fulves

Teknicolor - Codes For Color

r-r-b-b-... stack riffle shuffled, then an effect like Magnetic Colors done

out of this spread \n cards that spectator select will always be of opposite color from magician's selections \n frank fogg
2017
a new angle Frank Fogg

Out Of This Spread

Cards that spectator select will always be of opposite color from magician's selections

out of this solar system \n spectator shuffles the deck, deals it into two piles, shuffles again, the deck is separated into red and black cards \n michał kociołek \n out of this universe \n harry lorayne
2017
michał kociołek live! Michał Kociołek

Out of This Solar System

spectator shuffles the deck, deals it into two piles, shuffles again, the deck is separated into red and black cards

friends \n five red and black cards are mixed and selected with spectator both end up with one color \n kiyoshi sato
2018
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 11 Kiyoshi Sato

Friends

five red and black cards are mixed and selected with spectator both end up with one color

el problema de las 13 cartas \n spectator selects twelve cards from the the deck, which are all the same suit as a chosen ace, cards then change to other suit, with cambio al voltear \n iñaki zabaletta \n manuel llaser \n the problem of card 13 \n paul curry
2019
¿quién es iñaki zabaletta? Iñaki Zabaletta, Manuel Llaser

El Problema de las 13 Cartas

spectator selects twelve cards from the the deck, which are all the same suit as a chosen Ace, cards then change to other suit, with Cambio al Voltear