6 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Gambling / Nap Hand Deal
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Carl Willmann Eine Partie Sechsundsechszig medium knows how the spectator should play his cards in a game
Dec. 1902 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 8 No. 12) 180
Louis Nikola The Game of "NAP"
Related to 1927 The Nikola Card System 39
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) Unheimliche Kartenpartie deck is shuffled and dealt into four hands, suit is named and one remembers a card in his his hand, performer names the suit, then several rounds are played and performer is always able to name cards in other hands
Inspired by
  • Dr. J. Scott Inglis "The Mathematician's Poker Game" in Max Andrews' "Magic Magazine", February 1955
  • Dr. J. Scott Inglis "Dealing with a Bridge Deal" in Max Andrews' "Magic Magazine", April 1955
1960 Ravelli's unheimliche Kartenpartie 1
Al Koran Nap Hand Deal cards played with three spectators, performer is away (blindfolded) and gives correct playing decisions
1967 Al Koran's Professional Presentations 81
Stephen Minch Blind Poker No. 5, two poker hands dealt, performer divines card in one hand and help him play, performer genuinely blindfolded
1984 Eyeless in Gaza 15
Roberto Giobbi Napoleon's Game "Nap Hand Deal", three spectators play cards, performer divines cards in hands and makes weakest hand win
2016 Standup Card Magic 225