15 entries in Cards / Principles / Stacked Deck Stuff / 26-Apart-Stack / Power Stack / Packet
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Roy Walton Double Discovery mates to two selections found in twenty-card packet
Variations June 1971 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6 No. 8) 428
Roy Walton, Bob Veeser Oracull sixteen-card packet, mate found, see p. 424 for correction
Inspired by Apr. 1971 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6 No. 6) 415
Howard A. Adams Australian Packeten five pairs are used, two cards placed into pocket and rest divided into two piles, down-under-deal with both packets to find mates
1982 OICUFESP (Issue 9) 7
Howard A. Adams Jumping Australian five pairs are used, two cards placed into pocket and rest divided into two piles, down-under-deal with both packets to find mates
1982 OICUFESP (Issue 9) 8
Howard A. Adams Packeten Finale spectator finds mates of selected ESP cards by spelling any word
1982 OICUFESP (Issue 9) 9
Howard A. Adams Locaten location of two chosen cards
1982 OICUFESP (Issue 9) 9
Howard A. Adams Packeten One finding matching card, five pairs are needed, word is spelled to eliminate cards
Related toVariations 1982 OICUFESP (Issue 9) 6
Howard A. Adams Packeten Plus finding two matching cards, five pairs are needed, word is spelled to eliminate cards
1982 OICUFESP (Issue 9) 7
Howard A. Adams Under the Napkin finding two matching cards, five pairs are needed, word is spelled to eliminate cards
1982 OICUFESP (Issue 9) 7
Karl Fulves Outnumbered packet, counting procedure, two mates found, no-touch
Related to 1989 Kaleidoscope 12
Roy Walton Ghostly Spells sixteen-card packet mated via spelling famous magicians
1998 Five Times Five — Scotland 125
Peter Duffie Cloning sixteen-card packet, two mates found
2000 New Inspirations 7
Roy Walton Liar's Guide lie speller with ten-card packet to locate mate
Inspired by
  • "Guiding Light" (Discoverie #2)
2008 Prolix (Issue 4) 214
Nick Trost A Coincidence Combination two thirteen-card packets, power of thought, then all pairs match
Inspired by 2009 Subtle Card Creations — Volume 2 316
Karl Fulves Tweedle plot is that two players always get the same type of poker hand, demonstrated with ten-card packet
Related to 2011 Prolix (Issue 9) 586