30 entries in Cards / Principles / Stacked Deck Stuff / Spelling Stack / Full Deck
  
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Charles T. Jordan Spelling Any Card Called For No. 28, full deck stack
VariationsAlso published here Thirty Card Mysteries 74
Jack Gwynne Gwynne's Speller every value is spelled out from full deck, stack
Related toVariations Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 61
Ralph W. Hull Name O' Card any named card is found/spelled-to, full stack and multiple out
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 237
Charles T. Jordan Spelling Any Card Called For full deck stack
Also published here Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 56
Franklin V. Taylor Headline Speller silent spelling
The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 38) 155
Frederick Mosteller Bravo! five decks, multiple phase mental speller, suits spelled and values counted (count-spell), see Back Room reference for corrections
Related toVariations The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 49) 200
Lin Searles Doublethink Speller as Lynn Searles, cut deck in three piles, cards are mentally selected and found by spelling
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1958) 33
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Full Deck Speller spelling all cards in the deck
The Cardiste (Issue 6) 8
Roy Walton Helensburg Speller spelling to any thought of card, Phoenix #98 reference given on p. 236, see also p. 254 for references
Inspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4 No. 2nd Folio) 221
Roy Walton The Helensburgh Speller
The Devil's Playthings 56
Allan Slaight Continued combined with Stud Poker and Lie-Speller
Inspired by Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5 No. 5) 633
Philip T. Goldstein, Patrick Page Shuffled Speller cut-to card is spelled out in second deck and produces same card, ungaffed approach for Patrick Page's "Beyond the Veil"
Inspired by Thequal 7
Frederick Braue Mental Telepathy Stack four spectators think of a card from a group, they're spelled out, progressive spellers (1935)
The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 1
Unknown All-Spell Pack spell count
The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 2) 25
Peter Duffie Tarradiddle Spelling Lie Detector effect. Full deck stack. Answers to questions spelled from deck, correctness revealed and card as well
Inspired byAlso published here Quartet 9
Philip T. Goldstein Fraternal Twins two cards are selected by counting and spelling, predicted
Fifth 4
Dave Campbell Auto-Matic Speller three cards cut into packets and spelled to, banks of cards with the same number of letters
Also published here Profile (Issue 14) 2
Simon Aronson The Trained Deck selection cut into deck, three chosen cards added, selection at this position, repeated, then selected card is spelled by spectator in his head while performer deals, performer stops at selection, Multiple Card Sum Stack
Simply Simon 123
Ellis Stanyon A Spelling "B" No. 24, spelling every value through the deck
Variations Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 94
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note selection made, spelling every value through the deck, at value of selection a Joker shows up, selection found
Inspired by Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 95
Simon Aronson Worker Bees Spelling trick to three selections (two chosen and one thought of) using UnDo Influence
Related toVariations Try the Impossible 37
Al Baker To Spell Mentally Chosen Card stacked deck
The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Notebooks) 738
Dave Campbell Automatic Speller three cards cut into packets and spelled to, banks of cards with the same number of letters
Also published here The Dave Campbell Legacy 63
Peter Duffie Tarradiddle answers to questions spelled from deck, correctness revealed and card as well
  • Notes by David Britland
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here Subtle Miracles 68
Harry Riser Spelling Penelope penelope, faro
Also published here
  • MUM, Aug. 1995
Secrets of an Escamoteur 137
Steve Beam, Doug Canning Digging Deeper two selections, silently spelled and spectator think stop
Inspired by
  • Paul Hallas' "Magic" in "Son of Totat"
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 6 31
Walter B. Gibson New Spelling Trick count-spell principle
Also published here
  • The Magician Monthly, July 1918
Prolix (Issue 2) 99
Robert Ramirez Casting the Spell No. 1, performer and spectator each select a card, one spells to the other
Unexpected Impuzzibilities 3
Steve Beam Ballistic Spellbreaker mixture of Spell Weaver and Spellbreaker
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 11 104
Steve Beam Spellbreaker mentally constructed card is spelled and found
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 11 101