13 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Number Effects / Phone Number with Card Values
Creators Title Comments & References Source Page Categories
Howard Albright Unique Telephone Test phone number and name of person are divined and respective cards with values found
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 217
Gus Southall Dialing the Cards telephone number of spectator dealt out with "the spectator cuts to and counts down to the aces" procedure
Fred Braue on False Deals 33
Karl Fulves Stolen Numbers "The First Layout", telephone number presentation, ten cards (Ace through Ten) are laid out in which spectator's indicate their rows
Inspired by Mutus Nomen 7
Sam Schwartz Number, Please No. 23, prediction counted to, remaining cards form spectator's phone number
New Self-Working Card Tricks 37
Lewis Jones Channel Tunnel phone number of spectator shows up, gambling presentation
Related to
  • "Emma forgets her card" (John Lenahan, Dungeon Video)
Ahead of the Pack 209
David Regal On Call spectator's phone number appears
Constant Fooling 1 111
Karl Hein Karl Hein's Variation Trumped Triumph variation with phone number revelation
Inspired by Sleight of Hand and a Twist of Fate 66
Nick Trost The Telephone Number Trick spectator's telephone number is produced
Subtle Card Creations — Volume 1 45
Nick Trost The Prophetic Phone Number the spectator's phone number is revealed as the climax of a card prediction
Subtle Card Creations — Volume 1 123
Steve Beam Calling Cards phone number of spectator is revealed
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 265
David Corsaro Can I Call You Sometime Spectator-shuffled deck of cards produces the phone number of a fictional female chosen by an audience member from twenty-seven different fictional females whose names are written on napkins.
Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 10 27
Allan Hagen X X X X spectator cuts to her four-digit PIN code
Serendipity 26
Paul Vigil Sympathy (for the Devil) Cards "or Cartas con Simpatia Diabolica"
two packets end up in the same order, despite mixing procedures, one packet mixed again and its order typed into phone, performer's phone rings
  • Part 1: My Condolences
  • Part 2: Can You Hear Me Now?
Inspired by
  • "DealFlipDropCut" (Howard A. Adams, OICUFESP Vol. 6, 1980, p. 15)
The Doors of Deception 227