the oriental bead rack \n abacus to force a color, two rows \n joseph ovette
1944
tricks and illusionettes
Joseph Ovette

The Oriental Bead Rack

1944

Tricks and Illusionettes

10



calcutotal! \n cards with fourdigit numbers and dates are added on a calculator, total is divined/predicted \n john a. novak \n the last miracle \n vic perry \n incalculable \n john a. novak \n ... and the last word \n fredric kolb
1973
the compleat magick — volume i
John A. Novak

CalcuTotal!

Related toVariations

1973

The Compleat Magick — Volume I
(Issue 91)

451



calculator writing \n joke, result of a calculation is a hidden message on the calculator, see also page 87 for additional idea by dr. brum antonioli \n bob read
1974
pabular
Bob Read

Calculator Writing

Dec. 1974

Pabular
(Vol. 1 No. 4)

51



calculator spelling \n spelling words with upside down calculator \n unknown \n devil's dial \n francis j. baker
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Unknown

Calculator Spelling

Related to

Mar. 1974

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 9 No. 5)

714



the jamescoughlin list \n list of words that can be read as words upside down on a calculator, see also p. 786 \n wesley james \n noel coughlin
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Wesley James, Noel Coughlin

The JamesCoughlin List

June 1974

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 9 No. 8)

748



speak up \n phone number converted to "psychic equivalent" with calculator, this number called and something divined, see also p. 815 for comment by j. benson \n karl fulves \n devil's dial \n francis j. baker
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Karl Fulves

Speak Up

Inspired by

June 1974

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 9 No. 8)

748



pocket calculators \n intro to some effects \n karl fulves
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Karl Fulves

Pocket Calculators

June 1974

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 9 No. 8)

749



you're in the army \n upside down number to word gag \n karl fulves
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Karl Fulves

You're In The Army

June 1974

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 9 No. 8)

749



strange bedfellows \n upside down number to word gag \n martin gardner
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Martin Gardner

Strange Bedfellows

June 1974

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 9 No. 8)

749



it's deleteful \n sum prediction, using calculator ruse, see also p. 815 for comment by ronald herman \n rick johnsson
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Rick Johnsson

It's DeleteFul

June 1974

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 9 No. 8)

749



add and subtract \n number thing with desk calculator \n l. vosburgh lyons
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 910
L. Vosburgh Lyons

Add and Subtract

June 1974

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 9 No. 8)

750



calculator gag \n "shell oil" spelled out \n unknown
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Unknown

Calculator Gag

Dec. 1974

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 10 No. 2)

824



thinking machines  part one \n longer article on using calculators
 forward
 general patter outline \n al mann
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Al Mann

Thinking Machines  Part One

Dec. 1974

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 10 No. 2)

832



golden digits \n two people with office machines/calculators on stage, numbers called out and added, two numbers thought of and added, prediction on slate
 first method
 revised method \n al mann
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Al Mann

Golden Digits

Dec. 1974

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 10 No. 2)

832



the last miracle \n divination of total from calculator, misplaced buttons \n vic perry \n calcutotal! \n john a. novak
1974
the compleat magick — volume ii
Vic Perry

The Last Miracle

Inspired by

1974

The Compleat Magick — Volume II
(Issue 114)

567



incalculable \n forcing a number with a calculator \n john a. novak \n calcutotal! \n john a. novak
1974
the compleat magick — volume ii
John A. Novak

Incalculable

Related to

1974

The Compleat Magick — Volume II
(Issue 116)

578



... and the last word \n on perfect calculator model for novak's calcutotal \n fredric kolb \n calcutotal! \n john a. novak
1974
the compleat magick — volume ii
Fredric Kolb

... And the Last Word

Inspired by

1974

The Compleat Magick — Volume II
(Issue 117)

582



the calculator business \n message writing with a calculator and multiplication curriosities \n mark weston
1975
pabular
Mark Weston

The Calculator Business

Aug. 1975

Pabular
(Vol. 1 No. 12)

140



thinking machines  part two \n more on calculators and addition machines \n al mann
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Al Mann

Thinking Machines  Part Two

Jan. 1975

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 10 No. 3)

838



alpha and omega \n several spectators call out threedigitnumbers, total predicted, using calculator \n al mann
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Al Mann

Alpha And Omega

Jan. 1975

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 10 No. 3)

838



the phantom digits \n number multiplied with two other known numbers, total named, performer immediately names original number \n al mann
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Al Mann

The Phantom Digits

Jan. 1975

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 10 No. 3)

838



the fivedigit phantom \n number multiplied with two other known numbers, total named, performer immediately names original number \n al mann
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Al Mann

The FiveDigit Phantom

Jan. 1975

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 10 No. 3)

840



thinking machines  part three \n more on calculators and addition machines \n al mann
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Al Mann

Thinking Machines  Part Three

Feb. 1975

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 10 No. 4)

862



psychic calculator \n three chosen numbers put into three calculators, all sums divined \n al mann
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Al Mann

Psychic Calculator

Feb. 1975

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 10 No. 4)

862



adithot improved \n sixteen digits in square formation, added, sum predicted
 the calculator version \n al mann \n "adithot" (swami)
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Al Mann

Adithot Improved

Inspired by

Feb. 1975

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 10 No. 4)

862



pocket calculators \n building small calculators in pads for addition effects \n karl fulves
1975
interlocutor
Karl Fulves

Pocket Calculators

1975

Interlocutor
(Issue 2)

4



last man on earth \n \n john a. novak \n calcutotal! \n john a. novak
1975
the compleat magick — volume ii
John A. Novak

Last Man on Earth

Related to

1975

The Compleat Magick — Volume II
(Issue 123)

612



baker street revisted \n cards with words on one side and numbers on the other. one card is selected and numbers added on a calculator, when turned over the result is the selected word. \n roy walton
1976
pabular
Roy Walton

Baker Street ReVisted

Dec. 1976

Pabular
(Vol. 3 No. 4)

338



(1) calculuxe \n spectators do equation on calculator, final result predicted, transposing memory and equal buttons \n karl fulves
1976
interlocutor
Karl Fulves

(1) Calculuxe

1976

Interlocutor
(Issue 11)

40



calculator madness \n calculator as receiver and transmitter, putting it in a microwave \n karl fulves
1978
interlocutor
Karl Fulves

Calculator Madness

1978

Interlocutor
(Issue 20)

75



programs \n watchsize programmable calculators \n karl fulves
1978
interlocutor
Karl Fulves

Programs

1978

Interlocutor
(Issue 20)

78



divine power \n number is generated with calculator, it turns out to be the serial number of chosen bill from audience member, with bulldog clip on stick \n roy miller
1978
the compleat magick — volume iii
Roy Miller

Divine Power

1978

The Compleat Magick — Volume III
(Issue 207)

1031



calculated mysteries \n prediction / force with calculator, memory button, uri geller anecdote \n david britland
1978
the talon
David Britland

Calculated Mysteries

1978

The Talon
(Issue 2)

19



luminous calculator prediction \n calculator's numbers leaves prediction impression on luminous paint, only idea \n karl fulves
1979
interlocutor
Karl Fulves

Luminous Calculator Prediction

1979

Interlocutor
(Issue 37)

146



mathematical card trick \n calculator is used to find position of selection, humorous presentation \n steve beam \n mathematical card trick \n steve beam \n mathematical card trick \n steve beam
1979
magic — the vanishing art
Steve Beam

Mathematical Card Trick

Also published here

1979

Magic — The Vanishing Art

24



the october man \n four numbers are written on a pad and added, total appears on calculator held in plastic bag \n dick zimmerman
1980
the compleat magick — volume iii
Dick Zimmerman

The October Man

1980

The Compleat Magick — Volume III
(Issue 248)

1237



bessie \n result on calculator forms a name, name is found on selection \n stephen tucker
1980
the talon
Stephen Tucker

Bessie

1980

The Talon
(Issue 6)

72



calculated capital \n no. 39, result turned over gives city, gag \n karl fulves
1981
selfworking table magic
Karl Fulves

Calculated Capital

1981

SelfWorking Table Magic

49



gags?? \n with calculator, reverse writing, coin travels audible on counter top \n stephen tucker
1981
spellbinder
Stephen Tucker

Gags??

1981

SpellBinder
(Vol. 1 No. 5)

86



mathemusical \n number arrived at via calculator procedure (subtraction of three digits and its reverse, then cross sum), that number on a list of song is played by calculator \n philip t. goldstein \n mathemusical \n philip t. goldstein
1981
the compleat magick — volume iii
Philip T. Goldstein

Mathemusical

Also published here

1981

The Compleat Magick — Volume III
(Issue 279)

1393



mathematical card trick \n calculator is used to find position of selection, humorous presentation \n steve beam \n mathematical card trick \n steve beam \n mathematical card trick \n steve beam
1981
teaching an old deck new tricks
Steve Beam

Mathematical Card Trick

Also published here

1981

Teaching an Old Deck New Tricks

4



card in calculator \n duplicate \n paul hallas
1982
pabular
Paul Hallas

Card in Calculator

1982

Pabular
(Vol. 7 No. 3)

1006



mathemusical \n number arrived at via calculator procedure (subtraction of three digits and its reverse, then cross sum), that number on a list of song is played by calculator \n philip t. goldstein \n mathemusical \n philip t. goldstein
1982
12/12
Philip T. Goldstein

Mathemusical

Also published here

1982

12/12

2



human error \n gag with programmable calculator that fails to find card \n david hawkins
1983
pabular
David Hawkins

Human Error

Feb. 1983

Pabular
(Vol. 7 No. 8)

1082



micro magic \n programmable pocket calculator finds card \n les johnson
1983
pabular
Les Johnson

Micro Magic

1983

Pabular
(Vol. 7 No. 10)

1118



50337 \n calculator force, name of a selected city when number is turned over \n paul brignall
1983
spellbinder
Paul Brignall

50337

1983

SpellBinder
(Vol. 3 No. 29)

558



hello \n calculator reveals word hello, which is also found on joker \n justin higham
1983
spellbinder
Justin Higham

Hello

1983

SpellBinder
(Vol. 3 No. 29)

562



tips on slate technique \n having an index on the slate or a writing pad, or programmed into a pocket calculator \n sam schwartz \n karl fulves
1983
astrology — the hidden force
Sam Schwartz, Karl Fulves

Tips on Slate Technique

1983

Astrology — The Hidden Force

29



the anagrammer \n how to present the word after the letters have been called out, using calculator upside down to reveal word from a list of eight words \n karl fulves \n not without sorcery \n j. w. sarles
1983
astrology — the hidden force
Karl Fulves

The Anagrammer

Related to

1983

Astrology — The Hidden Force

49



the cardculator \n ambitious card, card to number, stop trick, card folded to calculator \n josé carroll \n the cardcalculator \n josé carroll
1983
effects and presentations
José Carroll

The CardCulator

Also published here

1983

Effects and Presentations

10



calculator trick \n sum prediction, with calculator, automatic shutoff recall \n steve beam \n the trapdoor issue #6 \n steve beam
1984
the trapdoor — volume one
Steve Beam

Calculator Trick

Related to

1984

The Trapdoor — Volume One
(Issue 6)

104



byte million \n number chosen from programmable calculator predicted, posed as problem \n karl fulves
1988
interlocutor
Karl Fulves

Byte Million

1988

Interlocutor
(Issue 48)

203



do electrons think? \n number typed into calculator and deleted is divined, posed as problem \n karl fulves
1988
interlocutor
Karl Fulves

Do Electrons Think?

1988

Interlocutor
(Issue 52)

261



fifthought \n three numbers added, total predicted on calculator, then chosen digit of this total divined \n philip t. goldstein \n "five thoughts ahead" (peter warlock)
1989
a phil goldstein collection
Philip T. Goldstein

Fifthought

Inspired by "Five Thoughts Ahead" (Peter Warlock)

1989

A Phil Goldstein Collection

69



the cardcalculator \n ambitious card, card to number, stop trick, card folded to calculator \n josé carroll \n the cardculator \n josé carroll \n the cardculator \n josé carroll
1991
52 lovers — volume ii
José Carroll

The CardCalculator

Also published here

1991

52 Lovers — Volume II

47



mathematical card trick \n calculator is used to find position of selection, humorous presentation \n steve beam \n milton kort's miko \n try this for size \n richard himber \n mathematical card trick \n steve beam \n mathematical card trick \n steve beam \n quarterback \n gary ouellet
1993
semiautomatic card tricks
Steve Beam

Mathematical Card Trick

Related toAlso published here

1993

SemiAutomatic Card Tricks

79



additiontal ideas suggested by max howard \n for instafax card printer, using it with "calculation sensation" (bob king), out to lunch combination \n max howard
1993
the instafax card printer
Max Howard

Additiontal Ideas Suggested by Max Howard

1993

The InstaFax Card Printer

3



a mind for figures \n number divination with calculator \n karl fulves
1993
easytodo magic tricks for children
Karl Fulves

A Mind for Figures

1993

EasytoDo Magic Tricks for Children

24



taschenrechnerzahlenforce \n toxic force and applications \n rudolf braunmüller
1993
intermagic
Rudolf Braunmüller

TaschenrechnerZahlenforce

June 1993

Intermagic
(Vol. 18 No. 1)

32



phantastische phänomene \n forced number in calculator makes up word that fits circumstances \n rudolf braunmüller
1993
intermagic
Rudolf Braunmüller

Phantastische Phänomene

June 1993

Intermagic
(Vol. 18 No. 1)

33



hellsehen per telefon \n spectator reverses any card behind his back, phone number forced with calculator, that person called and he names card \n rudolf braunmüller
1993
intermagic
Rudolf Braunmüller

Hellsehen per Telefon

June 1993

Intermagic
(Vol. 18 No. 1)

34



what happened to eve? \n palindrome comes out on calculator, numbers letters correlation \n mel bennett \n "flip flop number prediction" (d. altman, mum, oct. 1983)
1994
rigmarole
Mel Bennett

What Happened To Eve?

Inspired by "Flip Flop Number Prediction" (D. Altman, MUM, Oct. 1983)

1994

Rigmarole
(Issue 7)

84



card 37 \n number force for 37 with calculator \n mel bennett \n "letter for a stranger" (stewart james)
1994
rigmarole
Mel Bennett

Card 37

Inspired by "Letter for a Stranger" (Stewart James)

1994

Rigmarole
(Issue 8)

88



switch calculator \n calculator with cover as twoway out switching device \n jerry mentzer
1994
closeup file
Jerry Mentzer

Switch Calculator

1994

CloseUp File

22



pushbutton magic \n no. 43, number on pocket calculator is six of hearts when turned upside down \n unknown
1995
selfworking closeup card magic
Unknown

Pushbutton Magic

1995

SelfWorking Closeup Card Magic

84



number magic \n no. 13, spectator uses the value of a card and another number for calculation with calculator, both numbers divined when total is seen \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic
Karl Fulves

Number Magic

1995

Easy Magic

17



murder by calculation \n no. 14, using four suspects on paper cards with phone numbers on their back and calculator, name spelled out on upsidedown display \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic
Karl Fulves

Murder by Calculation

1995

Easy Magic

18



tailpiece \n revealing a number typed into the calculator of a windows computer \n alex elmsley
1996
mouse magic
Alex Elmsley

Tailpiece

1996

Mouse Magic

51



snake on a tape \n "unsolved mysteries"
calculator with paper tape, it comes out straight up and has a snake printed on it, posed as a problem \n karl fulves
1996
the fine print
Karl Fulves

Snake On A Tape

1996

The Fine Print
(Issue 4)

77



none is a number \n "dot com  tricks and stunts with numbers"
row, column or diagonal on calculator layout chosen, those digits typed in and multiplied with another row, then child's age added, final number and child's age divined, credit information \n karl fulves
1997
the fine print
Karl Fulves

None Is A Number

1997

The Fine Print
(Issue 5)

125



stored time \n "unsolved mysteries"
calculator shows correct time when turned on, posed as a problem \n karl fulves
1998
the fine print
Karl Fulves

Stored Time

1998

The Fine Print
(Issue 9)

268



total knock out \n number divination and prediction with gaffed calculator, based on john cornelius' "total recall"
 business seminar presentation
 stage presentation \n richard osterlind \n john cornelius
1999
dynamic mysteries
Richard Osterlind, John Cornelius

Total Knock Out

1999

Dynamic Mysteries

54



die schwerste ziffer \n digit moves on calculator display \n the napoleons
1999
intermagic
The Napoleons

Die schwerste Ziffer

1999

Intermagic
(Vol. 22 No. 4&5)

147



without numbers \n bet that performer can change number on calculator to named number without pressing certain keys \n neal thomas \n "bet a hundred" (calculator tricks)
2002
latter day secrets
Neal Thomas

Without Numbers

Inspired by "Bet A Hundred" (Calculator Tricks)

2002

Latter Day Secrets
(Issue 7)

243



i've got your number \n number force with a calculator \n lewis jones \n michael de marco, linking ring, may 2001 \n double digit inflation \n doug canning \n steve beam
2002
ahead of the pack
Lewis Jones

I've got your number

Inspired by Michael de Marco, Linking Ring, May 2001
Variations

2002

Ahead of the Pack

242



double digit inflation \n using the tent prediction as a twoway out \n doug canning \n steve beam \n i've got your number \n lewis jones
2004
semiautomatic card tricks — volume 5
Doug Canning, Steve Beam

Double Digit Inflation

Inspired by

2004

SemiAutomatic Card Tricks — Volume 5

135



calculated risk \n number is formed with calculator, cards are mixed and match the total, using a swindle of sorts \n mick ayres
2004
semiautomatic card tricks — volume 5
Mick Ayres

Calculated Risk

2004

SemiAutomatic Card Tricks — Volume 5

138



easy as a<sup><sup>b</sup>⁄<sub>c</sub><sup> \n calculator option for simplifying task to spectators in division tricks \n mel bennett \n zangbar zackleback problem (genii, june 1952, oct. 1958, ibidem #1214) \n remains to be seen \n sam schwartz \n karl fulves \n "math prediction" (david g. luenberger, linking ring, march 1974, p. 77)
2006
prolix
Mel Bennett

Easy As A^{b⁄c}

Inspired by Zangbar Zackleback Problem (Genii, June 1952, Oct. 1958, Ibidem #1214)
Related to

2006

Prolix
(Issue 2)

109



houdini's unfinished trick \n prediction with numbers, using demarco's pocket calculator force \n jack avis \n michael de marco item in linking ring, may 2001
2006
rara avis
Jack Avis

Houdini's Unfinished Trick

Inspired by Michael de Marco item in Linking Ring, May 2001

2006

Rara Avis

79



the soul in the machine \n do some calculation on calculator, when final result is turned over it reveals a message in english \n robert e. neale
2008
this is not a book
Robert E. Neale

The Soul in the Machine

2008

This Is Not a Book

275



high noon \n do some calculation on calculator, final result reveals numbers related to god's creation \n robert e. neale
2008
this is not a book
Robert E. Neale

High Noon

2008

This Is Not a Book

281



eek \n problem of creating calculator error without dividing by zero \n karl fulves \n e squared \n karl fulves
2009
prolix
Karl Fulves

Eek

Related to

2009

Prolix
(Issue 6)

370



pocketcalculator magic \n presentation for old number trick on calculator \n roberto giobbi
2010
secret agenda
Roberto Giobbi

PocketCalculator Magic

2010

Secret Agenda
(Issue Aug 13)

242



much ado... \n zero is the unexpected result after calculation on calculator, gag prediction \n karl fulves
2010
prolix
Karl Fulves

Much Ado...

2010

Prolix
(Issue 7)

428



nothing test \n numbers chosen and put in calculator, divided by numbers chosen from deck of cards, remainder given out in money, it is zero three times \n mel bennett
2010
prolix
Mel Bennett

Nothing Test

2010

Prolix
(Issue 7)

435



cubic code \n three dice, number calculations, "einstein's theory" \n karl fulves \n lightning strikes thrice \n stewart judah
2010
prolix
Karl Fulves

Cubic Code

Related to

2010

Prolix
(Issue 7)

486



e squared \n bet about producing error on calculator \n karl fulves \n eek \n karl fulves
2012
prolix
Karl Fulves

E Squared

Related to

2012

Prolix
(Issue 10)

649



one head \n triple prediction with rolled up papers in glass, with mental calculator \n jorge "the jack" garcia
2014
lecture notes 2014
Jorge "The Jack" Garcia

One Head

2014

Lecture Notes 2014

24



one head \n triple prediction with rolled up papers in glass, with mental calculator \n jorge "the jack" garcia
2015
7 mysteries of mentalism
Jorge "The Jack" Garcia

One Head

2015

7 Mysteries of Mentalism

50



toxic \n forcing a number with a calculator \n bob farmer
2015
7 mysteries of mentalism
Bob Farmer

Toxic

2015

7 Mysteries of Mentalism

51



number force \n with calculator or cell phone \n unknown
2016
21
Unknown

Number Force

2016

21

147



chaos \n four number cards used to generate fourdigit number that is put in calculator, another number is subtracted, final result is nine and the four nines are shown to be at top of four previously cutoff packets \n michael powers \n keith randolph
2019
tesseract
Michael Powers, Keith Randolph

Chaos

2019

Tesseract

218



the cardculator \n ambitious card, card to number, stop trick, card folded to calculator \n josé carroll \n the cardcalculator \n josé carroll
2019
52 lovers — through the lookingglass
José Carroll

The Cardculator

Also published here

2019

52 Lovers — Through the LookingGlass

130


