the cyclic number\na packet containing six cards forming the number 142857, when multiplied by any number from 2 to 6, gives a result which the cards themselves reveal\nlloyd e. jones
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Lloyd E. Jones

The Cyclic Number

A packet containing six cards forming the number 142857, when multiplied by any number from 2 to 6, gives a result which the cards themselves reveal

the difference & the sum\nspot cards are used for calculations multiple times, outcome predicted\nhenry christ\nharry lorayne
1971
reputation-makers Henry Christ, Harry Lorayne

The Difference & The Sum

spot cards are used for calculations multiple times, outcome predicted

the hc difference & sum\noriginal handling, spot cards are used for calculations multiple times, outcome predicted\nhenry christ
1971
reputation-makers Henry Christ

The HC Difference & Sum

original handling, spot cards are used for calculations multiple times, outcome predicted

i am in debt\nace to four, then cards are removed, always add up to ten\nfred kaps\nschulden\nfred kaps\nnon-adjustable 10\nkarl fulves\ni am in debt\nfred kaps\njames swain
1972
fred kaps lecture Fred Kaps

I am in Debt

Ace to Four, then cards are removed, always add up to ten

unknown difference\ntwo packets cut off, klondike shuffle with rest, reversed card is now at a position that corresponds to difference of the two sizes of the cut-off packets, penelope\ngene finnell
1973
gene finnell's card magic Gene Finnell

Unknown Difference

two packets cut off, Klondike shuffle with rest, reversed card is now at a position that corresponds to difference of the two sizes of the cut-off packets, Penelope

computer\ndeck can count (ace, two, three appear) and give the sum and difference of two cut-off packets, klondike shuffle\ngene finnell
1973
gene finnell's card magic Gene Finnell

Computer

deck can count (Ace, Two, Three appear) and give the sum and difference of two cut-off packets, Klondike Shuffle

calculator cards\nno. 62, selection is "six and three quarters cards" down in deck, it's correct with a card in which a quarter is torn out\nrichard himber
1976
self-working card tricks Richard Himber

Calculator Cards

No. 62, selection is "six and three quarters cards" down in deck, it's correct with a card in which a quarter is torn out

a prediction and a date - updated\ncards dealt to any year called for from 1900 to 1975, plus predict a card\nnick trost\nthe ultra date trick\nnick trost
1976
subtle card magic: part two Nick Trost

A Prediction and a Date - Updated

Cards dealt to any year called for from 1900 to 1975, plus predict a card

the calculating deck\ndeck does a simple calculation\nharry lorayne\nit goes double\ntheodore annemann\nprofessor hoffmann
1977
the magic book Harry Lorayne

guaranteed future\ncomedy fortune telling routine in which current date comes out, spectator gives kiss to performer\nkarrell fox
1979
another book Karrell Fox

Guaranteed Future

comedy fortune telling routine in which current date comes out, spectator gives kiss to performer

shuffle time\ncards are cut in piles, numbers on top change into current time\npaul harris\nshuffle time\npaul harris\nwie spät ist es?\nbob driebeek
1981
close-up fantasies finalé Paul Harris

Shuffle Time

cards are cut in piles, numbers on top change into current time

mickey mouse math\ncards change and split to display basic calculations with its spot values\npaul harris\nmickey mouse math\npaul harris\nthe sum of the parts\ndavid regal\nchanges\ndavid acer
1981
close-up fantasies finalé Paul Harris

Mickey Mouse Math

cards change and split to display basic calculations with its spot values

the calculator card trick\nno. 77, deck answers simple calculation after a spectator's cut\nj. w. sarles\ncalculated risk\nlewis jones
1984
more self-working card tricks J. W. Sarles

The Calculator Card Trick

No. 77, deck answers simple calculation after a spectator's cut

sleightly diced\nace, two and three of clubs on table with dice on top with the same number upwards, cards follow when dice are changes, six of clubs appears as finale\ned andres\nthe cards and dice - 1. the transposition\nbill simon\n2. the big change\nbill simon
1987
riffling the pasteboards — again! Ed Andres

Sleightly Diced

Ace, Two and Three of Clubs on table with dice on top with the same number upwards, cards follow when dice are changes, Six of Clubs appears as finale

non-adjustable 10\nace, four and five, then cards are removed, always add up to ten\nkarl fulves\ni am in debt\nfred kaps
1987
secret session — part three Karl Fulves

Non-Adjustable 10

Ace, Four and Five, then cards are removed, always add up to ten

destiny\nno. 76, coin from batch chosen, deck shuffled and dealt into four piles, face cards on piles are the year of the date, e.g. ace-nine-eight-nine\nvic shoenk\nkarl fulves
1989
self-working coin magic Vic Shoenk, Karl Fulves

Destiny

No. 76, coin from batch chosen, deck shuffled and dealt into four piles, face cards on piles are the year of the date, e.g. Ace-Nine-Eight-Nine

day one\ndate chosen by choosing some face-up and face-down cards from grid layout, looked up in diary, card noted there predicted, tapestry\nkarl fulves\nthree card tricks\nmel bennett
1994
crooked tales Karl Fulves

Day One

date chosen by choosing some face-up and face-down cards from grid layout, looked up in diary, card noted there predicted, tapestry

sum talk of alexander\nvalue of selection is used to deal to another selection and so on through the deck, sum of all values equates a number from beginning\nalex elmsley
1994
the collected works of alex elmsley — volume 2 Alex Elmsley

Sum Talk of Alexander

value of selection is used to deal to another selection and so on through the deck, sum of all values equates a number from beginning

mickey mouse math\ncards change and split to display basic calculations with its spot values\npaul harris\nmickey mouse math\npaul harris
1996
the art of astonishment — book 3 Paul Harris

Mickey Mouse Math

cards change and split to display basic calculations with its spot values

shuffle time\ncards are cut in piles, numbers on top change into current time\npaul harris\nshuffle time\npaul harris
1996
the art of astonishment — book 3 Paul Harris

Shuffle Time

cards are cut in piles, numbers on top change into current time

wie spät ist es?\ndoing four reverse faros to form four piles, four top cards match with current time\nbob driebeek\nshuffle time\npaul harris
1996
aenigmas rätsel Bob Driebeek

Wie spät ist es?

doing four reverse faros to form four piles, four top cards match with current time

higher math\ncards are used and transform/appear to illustrate simple calculations\njack birnman\neven higher math\nlarry jennings\nwilliam goodwin
1996
the looking glass Jack Birnman

Higher Math

cards are used and transform/appear to illustrate simple calculations

i am in debt\ncards total ten although one by one is removed\nfred kaps\njames swain\ni am in debt\nfred kaps
1999
21st century card magic Fred Kaps, James Swain

mental math\nno. 10, three spectator concoct three-didget numbers from cards, they are added and sum predicted as four cards in case\n unknown
2001
new self-working card tricks
Unknown

Mental Math

No. 10, three spectator concoct three-didget numbers from cards, they are added and sum predicted as four cards in case

calculated risk\ndeck helps with calculations
- first calculation: money
- second calculation: time\nlewis jones\nthe calculator card trick\nj. w. sarles
2002
ahead of the pack Lewis Jones

changes\npips move around on five & two of clubs to four and three of clubs, then fuse to seven of clubs, then split back to five and two of clubs\ndavid acer\nmickey mouse math\npaul harris\nchanges\ndavid acer
2004
random acts of magic David Acer

Changes

pips move around on Five & Two of Clubs to Four and Three of Clubs, then fuse to Seven of Clubs, then split back to Five and Two of Clubs

any deck's a calculator\nvalues add up to number of cut-off cards, using killer count\npeter duffie\naldo colombini\nrobin robertson
2004
killer koncepts Peter Duffie, Aldo Colombini, Robin Robertson

Any Deck's a Calculator

values add up to number of cut-off cards, using Killer Count

sum card prophet\nspectator choses card face-up and stabs it into face-down deck, cards on either side add up to chosen value\nkarl fulves\nbusiness card prophesy\nbill simon
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Sum Card Prophet

spectator choses card face-up and stabs it into face-down deck, cards on either side add up to chosen value

changes\npips move around on five & two of clubs to four and three of clubs, then fuse to seven of clubs, then split back to five and two of clubs\ndavid acer\nchanges\ndavid acer
2011
more power to you David Acer

Changes

pips move around on Five & Two of Clubs to Four and Three of Clubs, then fuse to Seven of Clubs, then split back to Five and Two of Clubs

chaos\nfour number cards used to generate four-digit 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 cut-off packets\nmichael powers\nkeith randolph
2019
tesseract Michael Powers, Keith Randolph

Chaos

four number cards used to generate four-digit 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 cut-off packets

overclocked\nspectator deals some piles and located three aces to match a fourth one, the next three cards's values give the current time\njoshua jay\n"ten for ten" (yves doumergue, magic, sep. 2003)
2019
triptych Joshua Jay

Overclocked

spectator deals some piles and located three Aces to match a fourth one, the next three cards's values give the current time