95 entries in ESP Cards / Matching
  
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Peter Warlock Rhinegold by spectator, with card stand and envelopes
The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 180) 720
Don Tanner ESPecially for Mentalists
The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 344) 200
Dr. Spencer Thornton Direction of Thought business cards with ESP symbols on one side are put on the table, spectator draws symbols on other side, they match perfectly
Thornton's Secrets of Mental Magic 5
Edward Marlo Mental Reselection spectator thinks of an ESP symbol, then he choses one and it matches
  • Method 1
  • Second Method
ESP Handbook and Workshop Kit 21
Dave Dowds Telesthesia with a card stand / frame
Still More Miracles in Mentalism 64
Eddie Clever Influence of Evil five ESP symbols on slate, one spectator rubs out four of them behind back, another selects ESP card from deck, they match
Related to
  • p. 35 for suggestion by Peter Warlock
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 1 No. 3) 13
Arthur Rasper Das Farbkartenmedium five color cards are placed in stand or glasses, spectator gets another five cards and manages to place them to the matching cards, partial rough-smooth
Inspired by Enzyklopädie der Rauh-Glatt-Kartentricks - Teil III 27
Mack E. Velli Transesp brainwave with ESP cards
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1967-68) 47
Richard Lyn Add-A-Brain slips with ESP symbols, ESP card and paper are selected, symbols match
The Compleat Magick - Volume 1 (Issue 77) 383
North Bigbee Depth - Perception jumbo ESP cards, matching
The Compleat Magick — Volume I (Issue 86) 429
North Bigbee Symbolepathy with Jumbo ESP card
Inspired by
  • inspired by Hen Fetsch's "Symbologic"
The Compleat Magick — Volume I (Issue 97) 483
Larry Becker They Match! ESP deck, forcing three cards
Inspired byRelated to The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 115) 573
North Bigbee Matched! two ESP decks
Related to The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 132) 659
North Bigbee Anticipated with two ESP decks
The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 124) 619
Nick Trost ESP Double-thot Pack
Subtle Card Magic: Part One 32
Gerald Kosky, Eddie Joseph ESP Mind Warp deck of ESP cards, two spectator cut a number of cards and count them secretly, then they remember the symbol at their number, which are the same
The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 178) 887
Paul Curry, Terry Morgan Future Shock two sets of ESP cards match, swindle switch
Related to Special Effects 90
Nathan Stark PSI-Power deck of ESP cards, one matching pair
The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 195) 971
Philip T. Goldstein Mexican Geometry spectator and magicians cards match, 2x3 cards, mexican turnover
Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 11) 434
Dr. Dan J. Alessini Force Field matching ESP, symbols drawn on paper and rolled up, spectator choses pellets and card with same deisgn
The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 214) 1069
Orville Wayne Meyer Match It
The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 240) 1199
Jules Lenier Dark Touch ESP-deck, three cards in different pockets, performer finds duplicates of unseen selections
The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 247) 1231
Magic Ronnay Perfect Match five pairs are matching
  • Notes By Karl Fulves
The Chronicles (Issue 18) 1242
Larry Becker Espitome two sets of five cards, matching
Inspired by
  • Hen Fetsch's "Symbologic" and Barry Stevenson's "C.I.D."
The Best of Larry Becker's World of Super Mentalism Book II 180
Philip T. Goldstein Synch-Cerely ESP match
Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 8) 720
Philip T. Goldstein Homer ESP symbols, cards match with cards in envelope
The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 232) 1158
Stephen Minch Doppelgänger spectator and performer have five ESP cards, matching routine
Mind Novas 22
David Britland Zennerism five ESP cards (or Ace through Five), one is pocketed by spectator and the rest are put down in pairs alternating with performer, all match, marked or impromptu
  • Effect
  • Preparation
  • Performance
  • Notes
Zennerism 1
Stephen Tucker Zenner Plus handling with extra card
Zennerism 5
Bob Haines Cognizance with ESP deck and five Jumbo ESP cards, spectator finds matching design of his selection
The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 261) 1303
Gene "Phantini" Grant Bacon and Eggs with two sets of ESP cards (two times wavy lines, two times rings), order is correct twice
Phantini's Incredible Mental Secrets Volume Two 14
Gene "Phantini" Grant The ESP Match-Up
Phantini's Incredible Mental Secrets Volume Two 23
Gene "Phantini" Grant Knockout ESP Test with two sets of four ESP cards, three phases
Phantini's Incredible Mental Secrets Volume Two 32
Stephen Tucker ESP matching of symbols and prediction in plastic wallet
Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 11) 208
Stephen Tucker Explosion
Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 17) 331
Basil Horwitz Dynamic Duo spectator and performer shuffle ESP cards, exchange one, those cards match
Related to Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 19) 371
David Britland Zennerism two sets, all match
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. Special #3) 25
Stephen Tucker Zenner Plus
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. Special #3) 29
Paul Curry, Howard A. Adams Matchmaker five ESP cards, torn in half, matching routine, see also following item, for credit information see reference
Related to Epoptica (Issue Yearbook) 294
Robert Cassidy E.S.P. Duplication ESP cards are sealed in envelope, performer matches sequence
Inspired by The Art of Mentalism 45
Paul Curry Matchmaker - Telephone Version version of previous item over the telephone, five ESP cards are torn in half, matching routine
Epoptica (Issue Yearbook) 295
Don Albrecht Chroma-Sign matching routine, six cards marked with various crimps
Epoptica (Issue Yearbook) 324
Larry Becker "Will The Cards Match" ESP-style order matching with five torn-in-half cards
Variations Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 10 No. 5) 1349
Dan Garrett Premeditation matching ESP cards and one in envelope matches named symbol
Also published here The Minotaur (Vol. 2 No. 3) 1
Dan Garrett PreMeditation unknown ESP card selected and put in envelope, symbol named, ten pairs on table with top cards face-up, only named symbols matches with face-down cards underneath, card in envelope matches as well
Also published here Garrett Does The U.K. 3
Philip T. Goldstein Zenvelopes ten ESP cards in envelopes are sorted in pairs by spectator
Inspired by Music City Conclave 1992 Notes 8
Dan Garrett PreMeditation unknown ESP card selected and put in envelope, symbol named, ten pairs on table with top cards face-up, only named symbols matches with face-down cards underneath, card in envelope matches as well
Also published here Garrett In The U.S.A. 3
Basil Horwitz Challenge Duplication ESP matching two sets of ESP cards with spectator
The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz - Volume 3 45
Basil Horwitz Matching ESP spectator pairs up sixteen ESP cards, they all match
The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz - Volume 3 35
Philip T. Goldstein Zenvelopes ten ESP cards in envelopes are sorted in pairs by spectator
Inspired by Desert Seminar Notes 6
Peter Duffie Medvegia some dealing and coin placements
Inspired byRelated to
  • "Figgarow" (Stewart James, The First Fifty Years)
Method in Effect 16
Nick Trost ES-Pair-ity Selected pair of ESP cards to be matching, other pairs don't match
Inspired by
  • "Transcendental Mate-I-tation" (J. K. Hartman, Card Craft, 1991)
The Card Magic of Nick Trost 282
Nick Trost Geo-Metrick Spectator attempts to match performer's tabled ESP cards, all match
Inspired by
  • "Reds and Blacks" (Jerry Mentzer, Card Routines Number Two, 1962)
The Card Magic of Nick Trost 288
Nick Trost ESP Janus
Inspired by The Card Magic of Nick Trost 294
Nick Trost Telespo Performer matches symbols, spectator fails, and then performer divines symbols from different room
Variations The Card Magic of Nick Trost 297
Nick Trost Dream of the Hermit
Inspired by The Card Magic of Nick Trost 302
Patrick Page, Ken De Courcy Australian Deal, Mate card with same ESP symbol found unsing down-under deal
Entertaining ESP 14
Patrick Page, Ken De Courcy Fantasy five-way match, same ESP symbol
Entertaining ESP 20
Patrick Page, Ken De Courcy Transmission Experiment two sets of five cards, one thought of card is divined
Entertaining ESP 8
Patrick Page, Ken De Courcy The Power of Money spectator places coins on piles, ESP cards match
Entertaining ESP 21
Patrick Page, Ken De Courcy ESP for Two two sets of five ESP cards, put down in two rows, they match
Entertaining ESP 8
Patrick Page, Ken De Courcy ESP for Two, Sight Unseen two sets of five cards, matching of all cards, one by one placed on table
Entertaining ESP 9
Patrick Page, Ken De Courcy CoinCidence two sets of five cards, coins land on cards with same design
Entertaining ESP 9
Patrick Page, Ken De Courcy Will the Signs Match? ESP cards are paired out by spelling a sentence, two sets of five cards, spectator selects packets to spell
Entertaining ESP 11
Howard A. Adams Tulefta ten ESP (or regular) cards, eight eliminated, remaining two cards match, eliminated cards match as well as kicker, involving spelling, Ramasee Principle
Related toVariationsAlso published here
  • OICUFESP Vol. 10 (1982)
Latter Day Secrets (Issue 1) 17
Patrick Page, Ken De Courcy Dual Control spectator and performer select ESP card with same symbol
Entertaining ESP 13
Bob King Miracle Match marked ESP cards
Great Britain 2001 8
Howard A. Adams Predicnic ESP deck, piles made according to values of three coins, selection found with match in the end
VariationsAlso published here
  • OICUFESP Vol. 6 (1980)
Latter Day Secrets (Issue 4) 86
Karl Fulves Predicquik "2x Howard Adams"
match with ESP cards involving the spelling of coin values
Inspired by Latter Day Secrets (Issue 5) 144
Karl Fulves Predicquick-2 "2x Howard Adams"
match with ESP cards involving the spelling of coin values
Inspired by Latter Day Secrets (Issue 5) 144
Paul Curry, Howard A. Adams Matchmaker five ESP cards, torn in half, matching routine, two versions, one with telephone, basic principle goes back to Howard Adams' trick "Packeten One" in "O.I.C.U.F.E.S.P" Vol. 9
Related to Paul Curry's Worlds Beyond 147
David Berglas Number Three in ESP routine with the Corinda / Berglas Khan Slate, ESP cards match and a prediction climax
The Mind & Magic of David Berglas 338
Philip T. Goldstein Pseudo D/U ESP double match with small packet stay stack
Redivider 12
Philip T. Goldstein 力ルイ千ビンナコネコナンビ千イル力? a/k/a Stack Cats
Related to Redivider 26
Barrie Richardson Impromptu Psychic Matching business cards torn in quarters to make two sets of five symbols, matching with those
Inspired by
  • Hen Fetsch's "Symbologic"
Also published here
  • Club 71, Christmas 2002
Act Two 74
Howard A. Adams Crazy Ramazy involving spelling and piles
Prolix (Issue 2) 119
Howard A. Adams Fivelefta The Effect eight-card pile, three removed after cut from either top or bottom, involving spelling
Variations Prolix (Issue 2) 123
Howard A. Adams Ramasee-Tulefta Returns six-card packet of ESP cards, spelling
Prolix (Issue 2) 130
Howard A. Adams Man And Lady ESP matching with eight-card packet, spelling MAN and LADY
Prolix (Issue 2) 131
Howard A. Adams Doublefta double version of Fivelefta, two versions (ESP and number cards)
Prolix (Issue 2) 132
Mitsunobu Matsuyama Complete Match two piles of five ESP cards and different coins, spectator takes some coins and amount is counted, Ramasee Principle
Also published here
  • "The Magic #42" 1999
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 7 75
Howard A. Adams Quintuplefta ten-cards packet, all five ESP cards match, spelling
Prolix (Issue 2) 133
Howard A. Adams TripleThreeTrio Principles six-card packet tricks with spelling, ESP pairs or mates
  • King Tut Principle
  • Lady Man Principle
  • Miracle Fifteen - Wedding Principle
Variations Prolix (Issue 3) 182
Howard A. Adams King Tut & Jack Benny small packet spelling with eight ESP or number cards, matches
  • King Tut Principle
  • Cleo And The King
  • Jack Benny 39
  • Jack Benny Quickie
  • Another J. B. Quickie
Inspired by Prolix (Issue 4) 227
Nick Trost, Jerry K. Hartman Pair-a-normal Perception pairs match
Subtle Card Creations — Volume 1 235
Nick Trost, Karl Fulves The Almost Perfect ESP Test pair matching
Subtle Card Creations — Volume 1 239
Sid Solomon Platform ESP five ESP cards face-down on easel, five more distributed face-up as spectator wishes, they match, using a gaffed stand
Related to Prolix (Issue 6) 355
Howard A. Adams Cidentaquin five-way coincidence with 25-card ESP deck
VariationsAlso published here
  • Genii, August 1970
Prolix (Issue 6) 414
Howard A. Adams Displayaquin five-way coincidence with 25-card ESP deck
  • KF Note by Karl Fulves
Inspired by Prolix (Issue 6) 415
Howard A. Adams Breakfast At The East Nine Club small packet spelling with ESP or playing cards, matches
  • Breakfast Mentalism
  • Don't Use Tea Leaves
  • Glass of Tea
  • Burgerama
  • Let's Dine Out
  • Items Go ESP
Prolix (Issue 7) 455
Howard A. Adams Matchthis matching with ten ESP cards, misspelled "Machthis"
Prolix (Issue 8) 533
Jorge "The Jack" Garcia ESP Coincidence two sets of five, performer starts putting cards on table, standard method
Also published here Lecture Notes 2014 21
Michael Murray Tattle Tailed two spectators get a set of five ESP cards, first one symbol match and in second phase all match
Inspired by
  • Peter Turner's "Tattle Tail" in "Bigger Fish"
A Piece Of My Mind 18
Jorge "The Jack" Garcia ESP Reading two sets of five, performer starts putting cards on table, standard method
Inspired by
  • Hen Fetsch's "Symbologic" and a routine by Derren Brown
Also published here
7 Mysteries of Mentalism 47
Bob Farmer Dr. Rhine, I Presume two sets of fifteen ESP cards are shuffled, the orders match after a deal-mix, and the order is predicted
The Bammo Tarodiction Toolbox 20