40 entries in Cards / Principles / Stacked Deck Stuff / Memorized / Partial
  
Creators Title Comments & References Source Page Categories
Unknown The Capital Q back-count force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stack
Also published here Tricks with Cards 95
Graham Adams The Twenty Five Card Trick
Mr. S. W. Erdnase — "His Book" 20
Philip T. Goldstein Under Orders clever combination of principles to divine two cards
The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 256) 1279
Edward Marlo Predictable Princess ten-card set-up, five envelopes as predictions
Inspired by
  • "Princess A-Hoy" (Peter Tappan & Ross Johnson, The Impostress Princess)
Cardfixes 32
Edward Marlo Put A Shine On Your Mind "Ways to Ascertain the Value of a Thought-Card"
five methods with procedures in which spectator needs to remove as many cards as the thought-of value, partial set-up, memorized deck, distant key card
The Olram File (Issue 3) 7
Roger Crosthwaite Primal Memory 2 card thought-of from spread and card selected, found, no no fishing
Roger's Thesaurus 84
Edward Marlo Two "Limited Selection" Effects one of five cards thought of, with thinking procedure
Also published here
  • The New Tops, Jan. 1978
M.I.N.T. — Volume II 341
Edward Marlo Mental Reselection spectator thinks of one of five cards, then choses one of them face-down, it's his mental selection, four methods (marked or stacked)
Also published here
  • The New Tops, May 1979
M.I.N.T. — Volume II 402
Allan Ackerman Another Anyone Anywhere thought of card's position predicted, then spectator divines position of performer's card, partial memorized deck and prediction pocket index (twelve items)
I Can't Believe it's Not All Cards 53
Ellis Stanyon The Capital Q No. 23, back-count force
  • Improvement (as divination with partial stack)
Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 70
Dai Vernon Mind Game number from five to ten named, deck shuffled by spectator, top four cards taken and arranged under table, placed back, card at position remembered by spectator and named by performer, six-card set-up
Related to Latter Day Secrets (Issue 1) 13
Ellis Stanyon Rapit Memorization (?) of Half the Pack No. 17, half the deck switched, order known or cue sheet
Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 91
Roger Crosthwaite Multiple Procedures getting spectator to think of one cards of a few
1. Spectator Shuffles and Spreads (full stack, spectator shuffled briefly)
2. Spectator Shuffles and Spreads (small stack)
3. Spectator Shuffles and Spreads (no stack)
Related to Arcardia 78
Pit Hartling Unforgettable three phase memory routine, faro
Related toVariationsAlso published here Card Fictions 78
Steven Youell Flummoxed! challenge location designed for magicians
Weapons of Mass Destruction 30
Wayne Dobson Missing Think? one of twelve cards chosen and pocketed, then it is put back into the packet and travels to pocket
Dobson's Choice 3 4
Steve Beam The Paddlewheel one card location, using the Rolly Polly Controlly
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 5 26
Ramón Riobóo Way Ahead two selections
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 7 43
Harry Riser The Impossible Dream spectator cuts off pile, remembers bottom card and puts pile in center of rest, card named later, half stack
Inspired by
  • Ed Marlo Effect
Also published here
  • MUM, June 1995
Secrets of an Escamoteur 39
Giorgio Tarchini Back From Fishing
Inspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 7 161
Jack Avis, Bob Haines A Bridge Hand four packets made, top cards taken until bridge hand is formed, all cards divined
Rara Avis 29
Jack Avis A Contrived Location selection made in unusual way from incomplete faro condition, also handlings with multiple out prediction and partial stack
Rara Avis 40
Ramón Riobóo Millennial 21-card Trick
7-7-7 67
Brent Braun Princess 21 Card Trick card to pocket ending
7-7-7 99
Karl Fulves Crossfire spectator names card from half the deck and a number, performer as well from other half, when counted to, the other cards shows up at the numbers
Prolix (Issue 8) 513
Karl Fulves U-Predict-It performer and spectator name a card and number each, they match, half new deck order type stack used
Prolix (Issue 8) 509
Denis Behr, Christian Scherer Cemented ACAAN Scherer's glued stack principle applied to "Shuffled ACAAN"
Related to Handcrafted Card Magic — Volume 2 63
Denis Behr Shuffled ACAAN handling in which the spectator can shuffle first
Inspired byVariations Handcrafted Card Magic — Volume 2 55
Jack Avis, Karl Fulves Fate Mates card named by each performer and spectator, written on paper pieces, two halves, one card outjogged, both dealt in unison, both named cards show up
Related to Prolix (Issue 10) 698
Alan Rorrison Coffee House gag message is shown on coffee gift card after memorization routine
The Blackpool Prediction 38
John Born An Instinct for Cards Revisited Impossible card location, card is selected, lost, deck is shuffled, magician can still find card, includes method with memorized deck, edge marks and punch
Inspired by Seeking the Bridge 57
John Born Mind Mix Impossible card location
Seeking the Bridge 74
Pit Hartling Unforgettable three phase memory routine, faro
Also published here The F.F.F.F. Book 117
Steve Beam Losers Weepers Choreographed process for selecting a card that quickly provides the magician with the key to the selected card.
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 9 102
Unknown Incomplete Faro Peek one half stacked to get position of selection
In Order to Amaze 73
Asi Wind S.A.C.A.A.N. thirteen-card set-up
Inspired byVariations Repertoire 51
Matt Baker Tilapia Two spectators each think of a card, magician slowly divines each selection without wrong statements, includes versions built into Tamariz and Aronson stack
Inspired by The Buena Vista Shuffle Club 51
Matt Baker Elementary, My Dear Vernon divining a selection by eliminating the impossible, followed by ending with a Triumph
Inspired by The Buena Vista Shuffle Club 72
Michael Powers Heisting Histed Heisted 3.0 twenty-five duplicates, with additional ideas
Inspired by Tesseract 288
Steve Forte Short-Term Memory memory system for instantly memorizing ten cards in order, combined with half a memorized deck to pseudo demo, Sal Piacente story
Gambling Sleight Of Hand — Volume 2 1021