the magic separation \n 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 \n bob hummer \n double separation \n warren wiersbe \n bob hummer \n hummer of a trick! \n robert page \n bob hummer \n the magic separation \n bob hummer
1940
half-a-dozen hummers 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

face up prediction \n spectator and performer turn cards over in the deck, number of reversed cards is predicted \n bob hummer \n hummer addition \n harry lorayne \n face up prediction \n bob hummer \n what about hummer's number? \n jon racherbaumer \n mixed cards and feelings \n reinhard müller \n predecktion \n steve beam
1940
half-a-dozen hummers Bob Hummer

Face Up Prediction

spectator and performer turn cards over in the deck, number of reversed cards is predicted

pay off \n spectator deals half the deck and tries to separate red and black, you predict the relations of the cards to the other half, two phases \n walter b. gibson \n follow the leaders \n roger barkann \n skill-nil! \n dr. william t. palchinas \n pay-off \n walter b. gibson \n pay-off \n walter b. gibson \n one thousand skulls \n al mann \n charlie cheats \n karl fulves
1942
the phoenix 1-50 Walter B. Gibson

Pay Off

spectator deals half the deck and tries to separate red and black, you predict the relations of the cards to the other half, two phases

the perfect card prediction \n dealing and open red-black sorting procedure \n warren wiersbe \n feeling the same \n reinhard müller
1944
action with cards Warren Wiersbe

little stranger \n spectator places some red cards in his left and right trouser and jacket pockets, performer divines number \n bob hummer \n hummer's little stranger \n bob hummer \n marble memories \n barrie richardson \n selected suit divination \n tom craven
1945
little stranger Bob Hummer

Little Stranger

spectator places some red cards in his left and right trouser and jacket pockets, performer divines number

follow the leaders \n 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 \n roger barkann \n follow the leader \n dai vernon \n pay off \n walter b. gibson \n one plus one equals three \n roger barkann \n out of this world \n paul curry
1946
the phoenix 101-150 Roger Barkann

Follow the Leaders

routine with red/black effects

prediction of red / black relationship (Phoenix No. 1)

double separation \n packet shuffled face-up face-down, then statement over condition made and colors separated \n warren wiersbe \n bob hummer \n the magic separation \n bob hummer \n the magic separation \n bob hummer
1946
mental cases with cards Warren Wiersbe, Bob Hummer

Double Separation

packet shuffled face-up face-down, then statement over condition made and colors separated

pay-off \n spectator deals half the deck and tries to separate red and black, you predict the relations of the cards to the other half, two phases \n walter b. gibson \n pay off \n walter b. gibson
1956
the best in magic Walter B. Gibson

Pay-Off

spectator deals half the deck and tries to separate red and black, you predict the relations of the cards to the other half, two phases

red magic \n spectator places some red cards in his left and right jacket pockets, performer divines number \n peter alexis \n red magic variation \n bruce cervon \n earl keyser \n hummer's little stranger \n bob hummer \n red magic \n karl fulves
1967
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Peter Alexis

Red Magic

spectator places some red cards in his left and right jacket pockets, performer divines number

red magic variation \n spectator places some red cards in his left and right jacket pockets, performer divines number \n bruce cervon \n earl keyser \n red magic \n peter alexis
1967
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Bruce Cervon, Earl Keyser

Red Magic Variation

spectator places some red cards in his left and right jacket pockets, performer divines number

the odd color \n number of red cards in one half counted, that number of black cards counted down, this card predicted, see also p. 439
- the follow up (location effect) \n arthur hill \n duo colors \n roy walton
1971
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Arthur Hill

The Odd Color

number of red cards in one half counted, that number of black cards counted down, this card predicted, see also p. 439

duo colors \n shuffled deck location, spectator has to count number of red cards in a dealt packet and count through the black cards in the rest of the deck to that number \n roy walton \n the odd color \n arthur hill
1972
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Roy Walton

Duo Colors

shuffled deck location, spectator has to count number of red cards in a dealt packet and count through the black cards in the rest of the deck to that number

curious \n deck shuffled face-up/face-down, two suits named, cards of those suits corresponds with remaining reversed cards after they are removed \n stephen clark
1978
the chronicles Stephen Clark

Curious

deck shuffled face-up/face-down, two suits named, cards of those suits corresponds with remaining reversed cards after they are removed

a prediction "pathway" \n mathematical dealing thing in which spectator sorts red and blacks to force himself a card \n harry lorayne
1979
quantum leaps Harry Lorayne

A Prediction "Pathway"

mathematical dealing thing in which spectator sorts red and blacks to force himself a card

hummer's little stranger \n spectator places some red cards in his left and right trouser and jacket pockets, performer divines number \n bob hummer \n little stranger \n bob hummer \n red magic \n peter alexis \n colors revealed \n rick johnsson \n harry lorayne \n walter rollins
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

Hummer's Little Stranger

spectator places some red cards in his left and right trouser and jacket pockets, performer divines number

gremlins \n no. 10, ten red-green double-faced paper cards, spectator shuffles, performer separates the cards behind his back so that the same number of green cards is in both piles \n karl fulves \n the magic separation \n bob hummer
1980
the children's magic kit Karl Fulves

Gremlins

No. 10, ten red-green double-faced paper cards, spectator shuffles, performer separates the cards behind his back so that the same number of green cards is in both piles

not reflected \n ace-five of hearts and diamonds shuffled and dealt, pairs removed, all other cards match, elaboration of red-black-relationship principle \n karl fulves \n notes on brainchild \n karl fulves \n tweedle \n karl fulves
1980
curioser Karl Fulves

Not Reflected

Ace-Five of hearts and diamonds shuffled and dealt, pairs removed, all other cards match, elaboration of red-black-relationship principle

the magic separation \n 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) \n bob hummer \n the magic separation \n bob hummer \n double separation \n warren wiersbe \n bob hummer \n hummer of a trick! \n robert page \n bob hummer \n 5-4 \n karl fulves \n gremlins \n karl fulves \n infallible \n bob hummer \n face value \n karl fulves
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets 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)

face up prediction \n spectator and performer turn cards over in the deck, number of reversed cards is predicted \n bob hummer \n face up prediction \n bob hummer \n face-up prediction \n bob hummer \n last word prediction \n ralph w. hull
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

Face Up Prediction

spectator and performer turn cards over in the deck, number of reversed cards is predicted

the gremlins \n cards with red and blue gremlins are shuffled, behind back performer sorts the card in two packets so amount of red gremlins in one packet is the same as blue gremlins in the other packet \n bob hummer
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

The Gremlins

cards with red and blue gremlins are shuffled, behind back performer sorts the card in two packets so amount of red gremlins in one packet is the same as blue gremlins in the other packet

red magic \n no. 18, spectator places some red cards in his left and right jacket pockets, performer divines numbers \n karl fulves \n red magic \n peter alexis
1984
more self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Red Magic

No. 18, spectator places some red cards in his left and right jacket pockets, performer divines numbers

chromatic caper \n no. 13, coincidence with number of cards of given suits in a face-up/face-down shuffled deck \n unknown
1984
more self-working card tricks
Unknown

Chromatic Caper

No. 13, coincidence with number of cards of given suits in a face-up/face-down shuffled deck

double brainwave \n deck split in red / black two cards selected, ploy to place the card in other colored section \n ron ferris \n double brainwave \n ron ferris
1990
the trapdoor — volume two Ron Ferris

Double Brainwave

deck split in red / black two cards selected, ploy to place the card in other colored section

face value \n cards shuffled face-up/face-down, cards dealt into performers hand until he calls stop, number of face-down cards then equals face-up cards \n karl fulves \n the magic separation \n bob hummer \n profiling \n karl fulves
1992
deceptive practices Karl Fulves

Face Value

cards shuffled face-up/face-down, cards dealt into performers hand until he calls stop, number of face-down cards then equals face-up cards

balancing act \n spectator places some blacks in pocket, performer places some more there, number of pocketed blacks equals number of reds in a packet, varied repeat \n karl fulves
1992
deceptive practices Karl Fulves

Balancing Act

spectator places some blacks in pocket, performer places some more there, number of pocketed blacks equals number of reds in a packet, varied repeat

scaling the cards \n three packets are cut on the table, performer weighs two and announces amount of cards, then he reveals amount of black or red cards in those packets \n steve beam \n mike roger's "trost and us" in "genii" october, 1971.
1993
semi-automatic card tricks Steve Beam

Scaling the Cards

three packets are cut on the table, performer weighs two and announces amount of cards, then he reveals amount of black or red cards in those packets

Inspired by

Mike Roger's "Trost and Us" in "Genii" October, 1971.

point spread \n red/black game in several phases played by two spectators, performer predicts difference between number of red and black cards, repeat, shuffle-bored finale \n simon aronson
1995
simply simon Simon Aronson

Point Spread

red/black game in several phases played by two spectators, performer predicts difference between number of red and black cards, repeat, shuffle-bored finale

double brainwave \n deck split in red / black two cards selected, ploy to place the card in other colored section \n ron ferris \n double brainwave \n ron ferris
1995
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 2 Ron Ferris

Double Brainwave

deck split in red / black two cards selected, ploy to place the card in other colored section

i've got your number \n no. 6, packet mixed face-up and face-down, half given to performer behind back, number of face-up cards in one half plus face-down in other half predicted three times \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic Karl Fulves

I've Got Your Number

No. 6, packet mixed face-up and face-down, half given to performer behind back, number of face-up cards in one half plus face-down in other half predicted three times

balance of trade \n no. 6, piles made and some cards exchanged, black cards in pile a equal number of black cards in pile b \n karl fulves
1997
command colors Karl Fulves

Balance of Trade

No. 6, piles made and some cards exchanged, black cards in pile A equal number of black cards in pile B

the dark force \n no. 7, two piles made with a secret number, performer moves some cards from pile to pile, number of reds in one pile equals black in other pile \n karl fulves \n 17. the mysterious force<br>18. ruse de morris plains<br>19. the black force \n ronald a. wohl (ravelli) \n karl fulves
1997
command colors Karl Fulves

The Dark Force

No. 7, two piles made with a secret number, performer moves some cards from pile to pile, number of reds in one pile equals black in other pile

ruse et noir \n no. 2, as many red in one pile as there are black in the other pile \n karl fulves \n ruse b \n karl fulves \n ruse c \n karl fulves \n ruse d \n karl fulves
1997
command colors Karl Fulves

Ruse et Noir

No. 2, as many red in one pile as there are black in the other pile

unlisted numbers \n no. 8, spectator removes any number of cards of each suit, piles made, number of spades in one pile equals number of diamonds plus hearts plus clubs in other pile \n karl fulves
1997
command colors Karl Fulves

Unlisted Numbers

No. 8, spectator removes any number of cards of each suit, piles made, number of Spades in one pile equals number of Diamonds plus Hearts plus Clubs in other pile

charlie cheats \n no. 10, number of reds and blacks in packet determine who wins, two phases \n karl fulves \n pay off \n walter b. gibson
1997
command colors Karl Fulves

Charlie Cheats

No. 10, number of reds and blacks in packet determine who wins, two phases

color on contact \n no. 11, after some dealing and calculation, the number of red cards in two packets match \n karl fulves
1997
command colors Karl Fulves

Color on Contact

No. 11, after some dealing and calculation, the number of red cards in two packets match

touch for color \n no. 4, two packets made, four red cards removed from packet a and any for cards moved from packet b to packet a, number of reds in a equals blacks in b \n karl fulves \n unequally equal \n karl fulves \n profiling \n karl fulves
1997
command colors Karl Fulves

Touch For Color

No. 4, two packets made, four red cards removed from packet A and any for cards moved from packet B to packet A, number of reds in A equals blacks in B

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

unequally equal \n no. 5, follow-up to "touch for color" with similar effect \n karl fulves \n touch for color \n karl fulves
1997
command colors Karl Fulves

Unequally Equal

No. 5, follow-up to "Touch For Color" with similar effect

kings can count \n two piles, spades and hearts counted in one packet, prediction about difference made \n sam schwartz
1998
the fine print Sam Schwartz

Kings Can Count

two piles, spades and hearts counted in one packet, prediction about difference made

profiling \n number of red cards in one pile corresponds with number of black in another \n karl fulves \n face value \n karl fulves \n touch for color \n karl fulves \n the pluto bet \n karl fulves \n informant \n karl fulves \n informant \n karl fulves \n compatibility \n karl fulves \n two compatibility tests \n nick trost \n karl fulves
1998
underworld Karl Fulves

Profiling

number of red cards in one pile corresponds with number of black in another

self-cancellation \n red-black relationship, and shuffle principle at work in shuffle-bored type routines \n karl fulves
2000
off the books Karl Fulves

Self-Cancellation

red-black relationship, and shuffle principle at work in Shuffle-Bored type routines

face-up prediction \n spectator and performer turn cards over in the deck, number of reversed cards is predicted \n bob hummer \n face up prediction \n bob hummer
2000
off the books Bob Hummer

Face-Up Prediction

spectator and performer turn cards over in the deck, number of reversed cards is predicted

kings can count \n no. 29, two suits for two spectators each, cards of those suits counted in packets, difference predicted \n sam schwartz \n karl fulves
2001
new self-working card tricks Sam Schwartz, Karl Fulves

Kings can Count

No. 29, two suits for two spectators each, cards of those suits counted in packets, difference predicted

color by touch \n no. 66, small packet shuffled face-up/face-down, performer names number of reds and blacks and sorts them \n unknown
2001
new self-working card tricks
Unknown

Color by Touch

No. 66, small packet shuffled face-up/face-down, performer names number of reds and blacks and sorts them

compatibility \n no. 3, number of red cards in one pile corresponds with number of black in another \n karl fulves \n profiling \n karl fulves
2001
my best self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Compatibility

No. 3, number of red cards in one pile corresponds with number of black in another

color of thought \n no. 18, red card in one pile counted, that many black cards counted down in other pile, last card predicted, with follow-up challenge location \n karl fulves
2001
my best self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Color of Thought

No. 18, red card in one pile counted, that many black cards counted down in other pile, last card predicted, with follow-up challenge location

apex footnote \n connection to "i have as many cards as you..." and red black relationship principle, also with suits \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Apex Footnote

connection to "I have as many cards as you..." and red black relationship principle, also with suits

red-black relationship & clocking \n red cards in one half clock to same total as black cards in other half, no application, full stack \n karl fulves
2005
card counting (2005 edition) Karl Fulves

Red-Black Relationship & Clocking

red cards in one half clock to same total as black cards in other half, no application, full stack

mixed cards and feelings \n 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 \n reinhard müller \n face up prediction \n bob hummer
2006
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 6 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

feeling the same \n court cards and a joker are shuffled, a four of a kind is chosen and cards put in spectator's pocket, a pile is handed to the performer and he is able to announce how many of chosen quartet are in that pile and if the joker is there as well \n reinhard müller \n tom craven's "selected suit divination" in tony miller's "channel one" vol. 3, #10. 2003 \n the perfect card prediction \n warren wiersbe
2006
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 6 Reinhard Müller

Feeling the Same

court cards and a Joker are shuffled, a four of a kind is chosen and cards put in spectator's pocket, a pile is handed to the performer and he is able to announce how many of chosen quartet are in that pile and if the Joker is there as well

Inspired by

Tom Craven's "Selected Suit Divination" in Tony Miller's "Channel One" Vol. 3, #10. 2003

predecktion \n spectators get seven cards each and turn some over, cards are shuffled and turned, number of reversed cards match prediction \n steve beam \n face up prediction \n bob hummer
2006
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 6 Steve Beam

Predecktion

spectators get seven cards each and turn some over, cards are shuffled and turned, number of reversed cards match prediction

selected suit divination \n suit chosen, cards put in pockets of spectator and on packet handed to performer who is then able to announce how many cards of named suit are inside the pile \n tom craven \n little stranger \n bob hummer
2006
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 6 Tom Craven

Selected Suit Divination

suit chosen, cards put in pockets of spectator and on packet handed to performer who is then able to announce how many cards of named suit are inside the pile

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

17. the mysterious force<br>18. ruse de morris plains<br>19. the black force \n cards are shuffled and packet cut off by spectator, this is divided in two piles, number of red in one packet corresponds with number of black cards in other packet, three presentations \n ronald a. wohl (ravelli) \n karl fulves \n the dark force \n karl fulves
2009
penumbra Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli), Karl Fulves

17. The Mysterious Force 18. Ruse de Morris Plains 19. The Black Force

cards are shuffled and packet cut off by spectator, this is divided in two piles, number of red in one packet corresponds with number of black cards in other packet, three presentations

the untouchables \n - number of reds in one pile equals blacks in other pile
- small packet ootw with two spectators
- two-card location with red black separation of packet \n jeff pierce \n ryan schlutz \n blown away \n juan tamariz
2011
making the cut Jeff Pierce, Ryan Schlutz

The Untouchables

number of reds in one pile equals blacks in other pile

small packet OOTW with two spectators

two-card location with red black separation of packet