conveyance of cards and dice \n mentioning card tricks and principles without details
- divided cards
- advantage dice by cutting off a strip
- "nipping" (punch?), corner crimp, dots \n hocus pocus junior
1634
the art of legerdemain discovered Hocus Pocus Junior

Conveyance of Cards and Dice

mentioning card tricks and principles without details

le grand sultan \n automaton who can divine a card by nodding with his head, the number of a rolled dice and in which compartment of a closed box a doll is placed, with assitant \n unknown
1784
la magie blanche dévoilée
Unknown

Le Grand Sultan

automaton who can divine a card by nodding with his head, the number of a rolled dice and in which compartment of a closed box a doll is placed, with assitant

die magischen würfel \n "by h. sch., dresden", three dice thrown, calculations with top and bottom numbers, a sum is divined \n unknown
1896
der zauberspiegel
Unknown

Die magischen Würfel

"by H. Sch., Dresden", three dice thrown, calculations with top and bottom numbers, a sum is divined

die geheimnisvollen würfel \n three dice placed on top of each other, some calculations, result divined, two versions \n unknown
1897
die zauberwelt
Unknown

Die geheimnisvollen Würfel

three dice placed on top of each other, some calculations, result divined, two versions

drei würfel werden auf den tisch geworfen und in eine reihe gelegt, worauf man die augen eines jeden derselben errät \n three dice thrown, spectator does calculations with the top numbers, then performer can divine them, see also p. 48 for version with two dice \n unknown
1898
die zauberwelt
Unknown

Drei Würfel werden auf den Tisch geworfen und in eine Reihe gelegt, worauf man die Augen eines jeden derselben errät

three dice thrown, spectator does calculations with the top numbers, then performer can divine them, see also p. 48 for version with two dice

die behexten würfel \n no. 8, holding three dice between thumb and first finger and letting center one drop, puzzle \n unknown \n drop out \n karl fulves
1900
der amateurzauberer
Unknown

Die behexten Würfel

No. 8, holding three dice between thumb and first finger and letting center one drop, puzzle

ein würfelkunststück \n die vanishes in dice cup and reappears, match stuck inside cup to keep the die in place \n clement de lion
1901
die zauberwelt Clement de Lion

Ein Würfelkunststück

die vanishes in dice cup and reappears, match stuck inside cup to keep the die in place

the changing dice \n - improved methods
also with all black and white sides, three-sided shell \n unknown \n to change, invisibly, the numbers show on either face of a pair of dice \n unknown
1903
later magic
Unknown

The Changing Dice

Improved Methods

also with all black and white sides, three-sided shell

conradis zauberwürfel \n die with only three different numbers, to force an object in a row of four \n friedrich w. conradi-horster
1904
der zauberspiegel Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster

Conradis Zauberwürfel

die with only three different numbers, to force an object in a row of four

eine geheimnisvolle flucht \n jacks, queens, kings and aces put into four packets on the table, packet chosen with dice and a suit chosen as well, that card becomes a blank card and the selection is in previously empty envelope, quartet gaff \n a. j.
1904
die zauberwelt A. J.

Eine geheimnisvolle Flucht

Jacks, Queens, Kings and Aces put into four packets on the table, packet chosen with dice and a suit chosen as well, that card becomes a blank card and the selection is in previously empty envelope, quartet gaff

the yellow idol \n big die, spot moves then its placed in a box and travels to a crystal box and back, then a small figure / doll appears \n stanley collins
1920
deceptive conceptions in magic Stanley Collins

The Yellow Idol

big die, spot moves then its placed in a box and travels to a crystal box and back, then a small figure / doll appears

new coin trick \n no. 6, "a la hang ping chien"
six coins under handkerchief on table transpose with die underneath table, coins with wax surface \n louis haley \n charles t. jordan
1920
ten new pocket tricks Louis Haley, Charles T. Jordan

New Coin Trick

No. 6, "a la Hang Ping Chien"
six coins under handkerchief on table transpose with die underneath table, coins with wax surface

a novel match box and die trick \n multiple out one out of six prediction \n tom sellers \n foregone conclusion \n ben christopher
1927
tricks that work Tom Sellers

the double steal \n number "selected" with dice is predicted by number of matches \n frank n. dodd \n a divination with matches \n fred demuth \n cleromantic chicanery \n e.e. hammill \n frank n. dodd \n john scarne \n frank dodd's prediction \n frank n. dodd
1937
the jinx 1-50 Frank N. Dodd

The Double Steal

number "selected" with dice is predicted by number of matches

the diabolical die \n die changes orientation while under a cover \n dr. edward g. ervin
1937
the strange inventions of doctor ervin Dr. Edward G. Ervin

the wooden block divination trick \n four numbered blocks in box are arranged, performer divines their arrangement \n unknown
1938
greater magic
Unknown

The Wooden Block Divination Trick

four numbered blocks in box are arranged, performer divines their arrangement

the devil's die secret \n top number of die under cup correctly announced, two methods (one with simple cut-out in paper cup) \n paul rosini \n unknown
1940
the jinx 101-151 Paul Rosini, Unknown

The Devil's Die Secret

top number of die under cup correctly announced, two methods (one with simple cut-out in paper cup)

half and half \n three dice and list of letter combinations, a coincidence/prediction happens \n stewart james \n the new half and half \n l. vosburgh lyons \n typecast \n karl fulves \n heartbreaker \n thomas alan waters \n half and half \n stewart james
1941
the jinx 101-151 Stewart James

Half and Half

three dice and list of letter combinations, a coincidence/prediction happens

the new half and half \n three dice and list of letter combinations, a coincidence/prediction happens \n l. vosburgh lyons \n half and half \n stewart james
1941
the jinx 101-151 L. Vosburgh Lyons

The New Half and Half

three dice and list of letter combinations, a coincidence/prediction happens

imagination \n spectator throws invisible die and deals deck in that amount of packets, back of performed turned divines amount of packets \n bob hummer \n imagination \n bob hummer \n imagination \n bob hummer
1941
six more hummers Bob Hummer

Imagination

spectator throws invisible die and deals deck in that amount of packets, back of performed turned divines amount of packets

the thimbles & dice \n three thimbles of different colors, small die put under one and jumps around in a monte routine \n eddie joseph
1941
how gamblers win Eddie Joseph

The Thimbles & Dice

three thimbles of different colors, small die put under one and jumps around in a monte routine

"hitting the spots" \n two dice thrown, thrown total matched with chips in performer's hands after hearing total \n eddie joseph
1941
how gamblers win Eddie Joseph

"Hitting the Spots"

two dice thrown, thrown total matched with chips in performer's hands after hearing total

the die trick \n spectator rolls die and takes as many cards off the top, performer removes card with same value \n eddie joseph
1942
greater card tricks Eddie Joseph

The Die Trick

spectator rolls die and takes as many cards off the top, performer removes card with same value

crooked dice \n set no. 1. tops and bottoms
set no. 2. shapes or buffed dice
set no. 3. trip dice
set no. 4. filler or loaded dice
set no. 5. tapping dice
set no. 6. paint work
set no. 7. capped transparent dice
set no. 8. magnetic dice \n edward marlo
1943
shoot the works Edward Marlo

Crooked Dice

Set No. 1. Tops and Bottoms
Set No. 2. Shapes or Buffed Dice
Set No. 3. Trip Dice
Set No. 4. Filler or Loaded Dice
Set No. 5. Tapping Dice
Set No. 6. Paint Work
Set No. 7. Capped Transparent Dice
Set No. 8. Magnetic Dice

cleromantic chicanery \n page of newspaper is crumbled and page number is the prediction, three dice are stacked and the hidden numbers added \n e.e. hammill \n frank n. dodd \n john scarne \n the double steal \n frank n. dodd
1943
the phoenix 1-50 E.E. Hammill, Frank N. Dodd, John Scarne

Cleromantic Chicanery

page of newspaper is crumbled and page number is the prediction, three dice are stacked and the hidden numbers added

simple dice routine \n - bar bet with four dice (snatching paper away from stack of dice)
- number divination (7-principle) with three dice
- magnetic dice with two dice
- number divination with two dice
- paddle routine with one die
- color changing die \n edward marlo
1943
ireland's yearbooks Edward Marlo

Simple Dice Routine

bar bet with four dice (snatching paper away from stack of dice)

dice switches \n 1. the one hand switch
2. money switch
3. cuff switch
4. table switch
5. single dice switch \n edward marlo \n shuttle switch \n tom gagnon
1943
shoot the works Edward Marlo

Dice Switches

1. The One Hand Switch
2. Money Switch
3. Cuff Switch
4. Table Switch
5. Single Dice Switch

dice production and tricks \n 1. production of a dice (with a handkerchief)
2. a mind reading trick (with a handkerchief)
3. dipping into the future (prediction on a business card, by herbert hood) \n jean hugard \n herbert hood
1944
hugard's magic monthly — volumes i, ii, iii and iv Jean Hugard, Herbert Hood

Dice Production and Tricks

1. Production of a dice (with a handkerchief)
2. A mind reading trick (with a handkerchief)
3. Dipping into the future (prediction on a business card, by Herbert Hood)

that screwy die again \n mis-spotted die routine, with actual mis-spotted die \n r. m. jamison
1945
hugard's magic monthly — volumes i, ii, iii and iv R. M. Jamison

That Screwy Die Again

mis-spotted die routine, with actual mis-spotted die

the moon die mystery \n number from one to six is thought of, three sides of a die are shown to spectator and he is asked if he sees his number, repeated three times and number is divined, without performer ever looking at the dice \n bob hummer \n the moon die mystery \n bob hummer
1945
3 pets Bob Hummer

The Moon Die Mystery

number from one to six is thought of, three sides of a die are shown to spectator and he is asked if he sees his number, repeated three times and number is divined, without performer ever looking at the dice

the game of "thirty-one" played with a dice \n \n george g. kaplan \n dai vernon \n al baker
1948
the fine art of magic George G. Kaplan, Dai Vernon, Al Baker

sack's spotted sorcery \n three phase routine with dice, pips on dice change \n dr. theodore sack \n letter on tricks from the phoenix \n ernest heldman \n sack's spotted sorcery \n dr. theodore sack \n sack/judah dice \n stewart judah \n paul swinford
1948
the phoenix 151-200 Dr. Theodore Sack

Sack's Spotted Sorcery

three phase routine with dice, pips on dice change

fate \n male and female names are selected, one by sliding a paperclip on a list, second by rolling the dice, the names match and represent a famous pair from history \n bruce elliott \n lady luck \n u. f. grant \n fate again \n howard a. adams \n one in a million \n barrie richardson \n an opener \n al mann \n one in a half million \n barrie richardson \n birthday cards \n barrie richardson
1949
the phoenix 151-200 Bruce Elliott

Fate

male and female names are selected, one by sliding a paperclip on a list, second by rolling the dice, the names match and represent a famous pair from history

lady luck \n multiple prediction, coins heads and tales, sum of thrown dice and selected card, tossed out deck \n u. f. grant \n fate \n bruce elliott
1949
the phoenix 151-200 U. F. Grant

Lady Luck

multiple prediction, coins heads and tales, sum of thrown dice and selected card, tossed out deck

imagination \n spectator throws invisible die and deals deck in that amount of packets, back of performed turned divines amount of packets \n bob hummer \n imagination \n bob hummer
1952
ireland's yearbooks Bob Hummer

Imagination

spectator throws invisible die and deals deck in that amount of packets, back of performed turned divines amount of packets

kirk's quirk \n die on cup, both are thrown into the air and turn, die lands inside the cup \n kirk stiles \n die and cup jugglery \n roger montandon
1953
the phoenix 251 — 300 Kirk Stiles

Kirk's Quirk

die on cup, both are thrown into the air and turn, die lands inside the cup

the die is cast \n invisible die is thrown and outcome predicted with a matchbox, see p. 1185 for additional ideas by frank huck \n bruce elliott \n match book divination \n louis jaeger
1953
the phoenix 251 — 300 Bruce Elliott

The Die is Cast

invisible die is thrown and outcome predicted with a matchbox, see p. 1185 for additional ideas by Frank Huck

sack's spotted sorcery \n three phase routine with dice, pips on dice change \n dr. theodore sack \n sack's spotted sorcery \n dr. theodore sack
1953
classic secrets of magic Dr. Theodore Sack

Sack's Spotted Sorcery

three phase routine with dice, pips on dice change

tenkai three dice trick \n three dice picked up and number arrangement on them changes, paddle move with three dice in pyramid configuration \n tenkai ishida
1953
six tricks by tenkai Tenkai Ishida

Tenkai Three Dice Trick

three dice picked up and number arrangement on them changes, paddle move with three dice in pyramid configuration

apport \n three crumbled paper balls, one is selected, objects on cards selected on appears in paper \n franklin v. taylor
1954
the phoenix 251 — 300 Franklin V. Taylor

Apport

three crumbled paper balls, one is selected, objects on cards selected on appears in paper

the cards and dice - 1. the transposition \n ace - four of clubs face-down on table with a die on top of each with one to four to top, dice exchanged and cards follow \n bill simon \n cards & dice \n william p. miesel \n sleightly diced \n ed andres \n los dados mandan y las cartas obedecen \n arturo de ascanio
1954
sleightly sensational Bill Simon

The Cards and Dice - 1. The Transposition

Ace - Four of clubs face-down on table with a die on top of each with one to four to top, dice exchanged and cards follow

2. the big change \n ace - three with three dice on top, they transpose and eventually all change to threes and back \n bill simon \n sleightly diced \n ed andres \n los dados mandan y las cartas obedecen \n arturo de ascanio
1954
sleightly sensational Bill Simon

2. The Big Change

Ace - Three with three dice on top, they transpose and eventually all change to Threes and back

devil's die \n spectator thinks of a number between one and six, a die is put under performer's hand and without looking at it the performer shows three sides of the die several times and asks if the selected number is visible, number is eventually divined \n jack yates \n hummer's die mystery \n bob hummer \n the moon die mystery \n bob hummer
1954
minds in close-up Jack Yates

Devil's Die

spectator thinks of a number between one and six, a die is put under performer's hand and without looking at it the performer shows three sides of the die several times and asks if the selected number is visible, number is eventually divined

heath's "di-ciphering" \n five dice with different three digit numbers on each face. roll the dice, magician can very quickly give the sum of the numbers rolled \n royal vale heath \n ed balducci
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Royal Vale Heath, Ed Balducci

Heath's "Di-ciphering"

Five dice with different three digit numbers on each face. Roll the dice, magician can very quickly give the sum of the numbers rolled

frank dodd's prediction \n number "selected" with dice is predicted by number of matches \n frank n. dodd \n the double steal \n frank n. dodd
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Frank N. Dodd

Frank Dodd's Prediction

Number "selected" with dice is predicted by number of matches

hummer's die mystery \n magician uses dice to divine number thought of by spectator, principle is similar to 21 card trick / gergonne's pile problem. spectator thinks of a number between one and six, a die is put under performer's hand and without looking at it the performer shows three sides of the die several times and asks if the selected number is visible, number is eventually divined \n bob hummer \n devil's die \n jack yates \n from gergonne to gargantua \n joseph diez gergonne
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Bob Hummer

Hummer's Die Mystery

Magician uses dice to divine number thought of by spectator, principle is similar to 21 card trick / Gergonne's Pile Problem. spectator thinks of a number between one and six, a die is put under performer's hand and without looking at it the performer shows three sides of the die several times and asks if the selected number is visible, number is eventually divined

die and watch mystery \n die is used to start counting clockwise and anticlockwise on a clock, count to thought-of number, the two hours are added together and magician can divine the number on the die \n martin gardner
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Martin Gardner

Die and Watch Mystery

Die is used to start counting clockwise and anticlockwise on a clock, count to thought-of number, the two hours are added together and magician can divine the number on the die

climax for a dice routine \n two in the hand one in the pocket start, ending with jumbo and miniature die \n dai vernon \n details for a climax \n roberto giobbi \n carlhorst meier
1957
the dai vernon book of magic Dai Vernon

Climax for a Dice Routine

two in the hand one in the pocket start, ending with jumbo and miniature die

mentalissimus \n several spectator throw a pair of dice, they each repeat up to twelve times and all the numbers are added, prediction based on probability \n bill hendricks
1960
ireland's yearbooks Bill Hendricks

Mentalissimus

several spectator throw a pair of dice, they each repeat up to twelve times and all the numbers are added, prediction based on probability

color vision outdone \n die with different colors placed in box, selected color is predicted, with nelson mental gimic \n robert a. nelson
1961
still more miracles in mentalism Robert A. Nelson

Color Vision Outdone

die with different colors placed in box, selected color is predicted, with Nelson Mental Gimic

the thirteenth turn \n die is turned according to some rules, divination of amount of turns (extra turn or not) \n martin gardner \n odd and even dice \n martin gardner
1964
the new phoenix 351-400 Martin Gardner

The Thirteenth Turn

die is turned according to some rules, divination of amount of turns (extra turn or not)

the stack of nickels and die \n die placed on stack and covered, betting game that die can be moved underneath, sucker element \n j. b. bobo
1966
the new modern coin magic J. B. Bobo

The Stack of Nickels and Die

die placed on stack and covered, betting game that die can be moved underneath, sucker element

foregone conclusion \n six matches, spectator choses any number of matches, number predicted by die in matchbox \n ben christopher \n p. 70 for credits \n p. 81 for idea by danny fowler \n a novel match box and die trick \n tom sellers \n matchbox & die \n aaron wainer
1966
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Ben Christopher

Foregone Conclusion

six matches, spectator choses any number of matches, number predicted by die in matchbox

a friendly game \n betting game with dice, proposition bet \n peter alexis \n p. 155 for george henbeck comment
1967
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Peter Alexis

bolting dice \n dice with drilled hole on a bolt is screwed on with a nut and after covered with a handkerchief it's found on the other side of the nut \n arthur setterington
1967
stranger mysteries Arthur Setterington

Bolting Dice

dice with drilled hole on a bolt is screwed on with a nut and after covered with a handkerchief it's found on the other side of the nut

unfair shake \n two in the hand (here dice cup) one in the pocket, then die change color and size twice, as a kicker a shot glass appears under the cup \n horace e. bennett
1967
the art of close-up magic — volume 1 Horace E. Bennett

Unfair Shake

two in the hand (here dice cup) one in the pocket, then die change color and size twice, as a kicker a shot glass appears under the cup

mental block \n color cube placed in opaque box, performer divines orientation \n l. vosburgh lyons
1967
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 L. Vosburgh Lyons

Mental Block

color cube placed in opaque box, performer divines orientation

cards & dice \n ace-four and four dice match up, aces appear \n william p. miesel \n the cards and dice - 1. the transposition \n bill simon
1968
epilogue William P. Miesel

four sided triangle \n "cards & dice", three cards selected behind back according to roll of three dice, two located and one divined \n karl fulves
1968
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Karl Fulves

Four Sided Triangle

"Cards & Dice", three cards selected behind back according to roll of three dice, two located and one divined

demon dice \n "cards & dice", nine poker dice, three spectators combine a hand and they're dealt out \n karl fulves
1968
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Karl Fulves

Demon Dice

"Cards & Dice", nine poker dice, three spectators combine a hand and they're dealt out

some difference \n values of put-away dice are divined, based on theme in henry christ's "sum & difference" \n karl fulves \n some difference \n karl fulves
1968
epilogue Karl Fulves

Some Difference

values of put-away dice are divined, based on theme in Henry Christ's "Sum & Difference"

odd and even dice \n three dice are turned according to some rules, then the chosen die is divined \n martin gardner \n the thirteenth turn \n martin gardner
1968
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Martin Gardner

Odd And Even Dice

three dice are turned according to some rules, then the chosen die is divined

future thot \n dice with (larger) numbers used for number divination \n l. vosburgh lyons \n idea of royal heath \n future thought \n l. vosburgh lyons
1968
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 L. Vosburgh Lyons

Future Thot

dice with (larger) numbers used for number divination

school for croupiers \n coin flourishes, cutting the aces and dice stacking to a croupier presentation \n bobby bernard
1969
the art of close-up magic — volume 2 Bobby Bernard

School For Croupiers

coin flourishes, cutting the aces and dice stacking to a croupier presentation

matchbox & die \n chosen number from 1 to 6 predicted in matchbox \n aaron wainer \n foregone conclusion \n ben christopher
1969
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Aaron Wainer

fate \n pair of mates revealed by counting down to numbers rolled with dice, in second trick spot cards indicated number on die \n charles brent \n dicycles \n steve beam \n double dicycles \n steve beam \n doug canning
1969
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Charles Brent

Fate

pair of mates revealed by counting down to numbers rolled with dice, in second trick spot cards indicated number on die

opposites \n card selected with invisible dice, they become visible and with them the card is found, see p. 288 for suggestion by jack avis \n norman osborn
1969
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Norman Osborn

Opposites

card selected with invisible dice, they become visible and with them the card is found, see p. 288 for suggestion by Jack Avis

babel \n astrology, gibson, koran, j. w. sarles' magic shop, practical joke with colorvision (see also p. 306) \n karl fulves \n colorvision gag \n george mclean
1969
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Karl Fulves

Babel

astrology, Gibson, Koran, J. W. Sarles' magic shop, practical joke with colorvision (see also p. 306)

devilish die \n die wrapped in flash paper is rolled, paper burned, rolled number counted down to, card predicted on paper piece underneath die \n roy walton \n i.o.u \n paul curry
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Roy Walton

Devilish Die

die wrapped in flash paper is rolled, paper burned, rolled number counted down to, card predicted on paper piece underneath die

colorvision plus math \n color vision cube turned on table by spectator according to instructions, color divined, see also p. 340 & 373 \n karl fulves \n "moon die mystery" (bob hummer, three pets) \n fitch cheney in mum, dec. 1963 \n the moon die mystery \n bob hummer
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Karl Fulves

Colorvision Plus Math

color vision cube turned on table by spectator according to instructions, color divined, see also p. 340 & 373

etcetera \n colorvision story in al flosso's shop \n marvin johnson \n stanley cook \n claude crowe \n ed morrisey
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Marvin Johnson, Stanley Cook, Claude Crowe, Ed Morrisey

colorvision revisited \n two color vision sets, three-phase matching routine \n don nielsen \n karl fulves
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Don Nielsen, Karl Fulves

Colorvision Revisited

two color vision sets, three-phase matching routine

perfected prophecy \n six cards in row, backs numbered, spectator rolls die, this card predicted, step-gaff and die with missing number, see also p. 415 \n edward victor \n frank butler \n edward victor (magic of 1936) \n frank butler ("mental magic compendium", magic wand, march 1947)
1971
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Edward Victor, Frank Butler

Perfected Prophecy

six cards in row, backs numbered, spectator rolls die, this card predicted, step-gaff and die with missing number, see also p. 415

Related to

Edward Victor (Magic of 1936)

Frank Butler ("Mental Magic Compendium", Magic Wand, March 1947)

ace-dice-ace \n position of selection is found via mathematical procedure involving dice, non-slip cut \n karl fulves
1971
the book of numbers Karl Fulves

Ace-Dice-Ace

position of selection is found via mathematical procedure involving dice, non-slip cut

las vegas dice \n non-transitive dice, also as packets of cards, see also p. 410 for idea by stewart olney \n bradley efron
1971
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Bradley Efron

Las Vegas Dice

non-transitive dice, also as packets of cards, see also p. 410 for idea by Stewart Olney

total surprise \n two dice are rolled and put into a tube, performer reveals total of hidden numbers \n arthur setterington
1972
straight line mysteries Arthur Setterington

Total Surprise

two dice are rolled and put into a tube, performer reveals total of hidden numbers

visible penetration \n cube through tube, penetrates plate and falls into glass \n glenn g. gravatt
1972
tarbell course in magic — volume 7 Glenn G. Gravatt

Visible Penetration

cube through tube, penetrates plate and falls into glass

dice go \n two red dice in one dice cup transpose with two green dice in second cup, see also p. 508 \n stewart judah \n "patriotic dice" (walsh/mishell, dice dexterity, p. 15)
1972
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Stewart Judah

Dice Go

two red dice in one dice cup transpose with two green dice in second cup, see also p. 508

Related to

"Patriotic Dice" (Walsh/Mishell, Dice Dexterity, p. 15)

end game \n three objects moved according to instructions, outcome predicted
- history
- the children's game (rock paper scissors)
- the system
- a variation
- two betting games
- addendum
- the second game (with cube/die)
- the election game \n robert e. neale
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Robert E. Neale

End Game

three objects moved according to instructions, outcome predicted

drop out \n three red dice alternate with two white dice and are held between thumb and first finger as block, white dice fall out at once, posed a problem \n karl fulves \n die behexten würfel \n unknown \n drop out solution \n sam dalal \n on "drop out" \n martin gardner
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Karl Fulves

Drop Out

three red dice alternate with two white dice and are held between thumb and first finger as block, white dice fall out at once, posed a problem

some difference \n values of put-away dice are divined, based on theme in henry christ's "sum & difference" \n karl fulves \n some difference \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Some Difference

values of put-away dice are divined, based on theme in Henry Christ's "Sum & Difference"

dice stack \n routine written by lewis ganson, elaborate with divided cup, magnets, two dice towers from one cup
- unfaked cup
- faked cup
- first routine
- the eventual routine \n fred lowe \n removable flap dice cup \n karl fulves
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Fred Lowe

Dice Stack

routine written by Lewis Ganson, elaborate with divided cup, magnets, two dice towers from one cup

octo \n octahedral die with symbols, chosen symbol divined \n paul swinford \n chapter one of "the second scientific american book of mathematical puzzles & diversion" (martin gardner) \n the moon die mystery \n bob hummer
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Paul Swinford

Octo

octahedral die with symbols, chosen symbol divined

Inspired by

Chapter One of "The Second Scientific American Book of Mathematical Puzzles & Diversion" (Martin Gardner)

dice problem \n two dice underneath cup, coin vanished and reappears between dice under cup, posed as problem \n karl fulves \n dice trap \n ted glick \n dice trap \n karl fulves
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Karl Fulves

Dice Problem

two dice underneath cup, coin vanished and reappears between dice under cup, posed as problem

dice-cipher \n six-figure number is multiplied with one to six, dice, divination, 142'857 \n vic perry
1974
the compleat magick — volume ii Vic Perry

Dice-Cipher

six-figure number is multiplied with one to six, dice, divination, 142'857

dice cup \n dice chop cup, used for visual die through cup \n don nielsen \n die penetro \n bill scott
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Don Nielsen

we'll ring you \n after the deck is removed from the case a die is tipped out, a coin appears under a card,the back of the card changes color, then the die and the coin vanish \n kevin fox
1975
pabular Kevin Fox

We'll Ring You

after the deck is removed from the case a die is tipped out, a coin appears under a card,the back of the card changes color, then the die and the coin vanish

decoy dice \n six cards used, two dice rolled and selection made via counting \n stewart judah \n "scarne on card tricks", p. 210 \n decoy dice \n stewart judah
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Stewart Judah

Decoy Dice

six cards used, two dice rolled and selection made via counting

the die and box \n similar to boston box for a die
- die thru hand
- die thru handkerchief
- visible die thru handkerchief \n unknown
1975
another close-up cavalcade
Unknown

technicolor dice \n two leather dice cups, red and green die, transposition and stuff with giant die climax \n barry govan \n "chromo cups & balls" (milt kort)
1975
another close-up cavalcade Barry Govan

Technicolor Dice

two leather dice cups, red and green die, transposition and stuff with giant die climax

sack/judah dice \n \n stewart judah \n paul swinford \n sack's spotted sorcery \n dr. theodore sack
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Stewart Judah, Paul Swinford

a dice opener \n two in the hand one in the pocket, using lin searles squashed die and pop-up die under close-up mat, six phases \n father cyprian
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Father Cyprian

A Dice Opener

two in the hand one in the pocket, using Lin Searles squashed die and pop-up die under close-up mat, six phases

copper caper \n "okito box notes nr. 6" (actually part 7)
four copper coins in box transpose with die \n karl fulves
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Karl Fulves

Copper Caper

"Okito Box Notes Nr. 6" (actually part 7)
four copper coins in box transpose with die

the 12¢ solution \n "math trix"
twelve pennies, two dice, pocket watch, dice total divined along with dates on chosen coin and setting on watch \n karl fulves \n murder, inc. \n karl fulves \n it's murder \n bob hummer \n million-dollar mystery \n bob hummer \n unknown
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Karl Fulves

The 12¢ Solution

"Math Trix"
twelve pennies, two dice, pocket watch, dice total divined along with dates on chosen coin and setting on watch

psychik dice \n rolling an eight and six with two dice before two sevens, odds apparently beaten, see also p. 926 \n karl fulves
1976
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Karl Fulves

Psychik Dice

rolling an eight and six with two dice before two sevens, odds apparently beaten, see also p. 926

penny --- for his thoughts \n more ideas with the ibgth switch, with bills, paper clips, billets, dice, coins, sponge balls, combs, business cards \n rick johnsson \n ellison poland
1976
practical impossibilities Rick Johnsson, Ellison Poland

Penny --- For His Thoughts

more ideas with the IBGTH Switch, with bills, paper clips, billets, dice, coins, sponge balls, combs, business cards

the diminishing die \n die diminishes several times, with metamorphosis change \n harvey rosenthal
1976
close-up sampler — part 1 Harvey Rosenthal

The Diminishing Die

die diminishes several times, with metamorphosis change

new theory square-circle \n die changes into sponge ball, metamorphosis change \n harvey rosenthal
1976
close-up sampler — part 1 Harvey Rosenthal

New Theory Square-Circle

die changes into sponge ball, metamorphosis change

die to canary \n a large die is placed in a crystal casket and transforms into a bird, under handkerchief \n unknown
1976
classic magic with apparatus
Unknown

Die to Canary

a large die is placed in a crystal casket and transforms into a bird, under handkerchief

dice and card revelation \n card found at number rolled on dice, then performer pulls out pair of cards that match the numbers on the dice \n nick trost
1976
subtle card magic: part two Nick Trost

Dice and Card Revelation

Card found at number rolled on dice, then performer pulls out pair of cards that match the numbers on the dice

blind dice #1 \n no. 43, two dice are rolled and turned over to some rules and the numbers added and card at this position remembered, performer finds it \n kuda bux \n karl fulves \n blind dice #2 \n karl fulves \n making the point \n karl fulves
1976
self-working card tricks Kuda Bux, Karl Fulves

Blind Dice #1

No. 43, two dice are rolled and turned over to some rules and the numbers added and card at this position remembered, performer finds it

blind dice #2 \n no. 44, three dice are rolled and turned over to some rules and the numbers added and card at this position remembered, performer finds it \n karl fulves \n blind dice #1 \n kuda bux \n karl fulves
1976
self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Blind Dice #2

No. 44, three dice are rolled and turned over to some rules and the numbers added and card at this position remembered, performer finds it

the optical revolve \n false display for color vision box to show all sides to be normal \n edward marlo
1976
the artful dodges of eddie fields Edward Marlo

The Optical Revolve

False display for Color Vision box to show all sides to be normal

dice trick \n large die covered with hand, small die rolled, they have the same number on top, then large die vanishes \n warren stephens
1977
close-up cavalcade finale Warren Stephens

Dice Trick

large die covered with hand, small die rolled, they have the same number on top, then large die vanishes

decoy dice \n six cards used, two dice rolled and selection made via counting \n stewart judah \n decoy dice \n stewart judah
1977
the magic book Stewart Judah

Decoy Dice

six cards used, two dice rolled and selection made via counting

digitation \n numbered cards added to a number from invisible die, prediction of total in envelope \n larry becker
1978
world of super mentalism Larry Becker

Digitation

numbered cards added to a number from invisible die, prediction of total in envelope

cubio routine \n presentation for cubio, die on string stops and slides on magician's command \n steve beam
1978
they don't make trap doors like they used to do or you too can walk on water Steve Beam

Cubio Routine

presentation for Cubio, Die on string stops and slides on magician's command

die penetro \n "three dice tricks"
die penetrates cup visible \n bill scott \n "die penetro" (fifty years later, scottish conjurers association) \n dice cup \n don nielsen
1978
the chronicles Bill Scott

astro dice \n using zodiac cards and pair of dice, one die is hidden and number divined, instructions with zodiac cards \n larry becker
1978
world of super mentalism Larry Becker

Astro Dice

using zodiac cards and pair of dice, one die is hidden and number divined, instructions with zodiac cards

the materials needed for dice stacking \n - the working surface
- the dice
- the cup or shaker \n bobby bernard
1979
bernard's lesson on dice stacking Bobby Bernard

the routine \n - the set-up position
- the first pick-up \n bobby bernard \n chalk it up \n tom gagnon
1979
bernard's lesson on dice stacking Bobby Bernard

white in the middle \n one off-colored die, travels in the middle of a stack of red dice \n bobby bernard
1979
bernard's lesson on dice stacking Bobby Bernard

White in the Middle

one off-colored die, travels in the middle of a stack of red dice

an additional effect \n dice stacking, removing on die after the other from a stack of dice \n bobby bernard
1979
bernard's lesson on dice stacking Bobby Bernard

An Additional Effect

dice stacking, removing on die after the other from a stack of dice

dice - an illustration \n outs for dice stacking, humorously naming the different possibilities of how the dice are arranged \n steve beam \n don morris
1979
inside outs Steve Beam, Don Morris

Dice - An Illustration

outs for Dice Stacking, humorously naming the different possibilities of how the dice are arranged

dice trap \n two dice under cup, coin vanishes and reappears underneath cup between the two dice, three methods \n ted glick \n dice problem \n karl fulves
1979
the chronicles Ted Glick

Dice Trap

two dice under cup, coin vanishes and reappears underneath cup between the two dice, three methods

petals around the rose \n roll of five dice is assigned a value, the puzzle is to find the rule, originally from "mathematics teacher" \n kurt a. christoff \n more petals \n karl fulves \n petals & roots \n mel bennett \n karl fulves
1979
interlocutor Kurt A. Christoff

Petals around the Rose

roll of five dice is assigned a value, the puzzle is to find the rule, originally from "Mathematics Teacher"

logic dice \n die is turned around some times according to simple rules, end result is predicted \n karl fulves \n logic dice \n karl fulves
1979
faro possibilities Karl Fulves

Logic Dice

die is turned around some times according to simple rules, end result is predicted

digital dice \n die is turned around some times according to simple rules, top numbers are noted, this number sequence is predicted or foreseen \n karl fulves
1979
faro possibilities Karl Fulves

Digital Dice

die is turned around some times according to simple rules, top numbers are noted, this number sequence is predicted or foreseen

imagination \n spectator throws invisible die and deals deck in that amount of packets, back of performed turned divines amount of packets \n bob hummer \n imagination \n bob hummer
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

Imagination

spectator throws invisible die and deals deck in that amount of packets, back of performed turned divines amount of packets

murder in a matchbox \n three match boxes, performer's back is turned and a small gun, a bill and a die are put in boxes, performer knows which object is where and what side is on top of the die \n karl fulves
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Karl Fulves

Murder in a Matchbox

three match boxes, performer's back is turned and a small gun, a bill and a die are put in boxes, performer knows which object is where and what side is on top of the die

the x factor \n using six metal-rimmed cardboard tags, die is thrown and number spelled (!), prediction on the back of tags \n gene nielsen
1980
the compleat magick — volume iii Gene Nielsen

The X Factor

using six metal-rimmed cardboard tags, die is thrown and number spelled (!), prediction on the back of tags

slow motion penetration \n die is placed under a card, slowly penetrates table and lands into glass under table, needle \n el duco
1980
el duco's lecture notes El Duco

Slow Motion Penetration

die is placed under a card, slowly penetrates table and lands into glass under table, needle

the moon die mystery \n number from one to six is thought of, three sides of a die are shown to spectator and he is asked if he sees his number, repeated three times and number is divined, without performer ever looking at the dice \n bob hummer \n the moon die mystery \n bob hummer \n devil's die \n jack yates \n colorvision plus math \n karl fulves \n octo \n paul swinford \n mental die \n bob hummer
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

The Moon Die Mystery

number from one to six is thought of, three sides of a die are shown to spectator and he is asked if he sees his number, repeated three times and number is divined, without performer ever looking at the dice

whisky-würfel-routine \n dice travel from hand to hand, are stacked with a cup, penetrate a table top and as a climax a filled glass of whisky appears \n camilo vázquez
1981
das camilo seminar "81" Camilo Vázquez

Whisky-Würfel-Routine

dice travel from hand to hand, are stacked with a cup, penetrate a table top and as a climax a filled glass of Whisky appears

rubik con \n suggestions without details:
- colorvision with mini rubik's cube
- colorvision with jumbled cube, a duplicate of configuration is drawn
- mini cube is solved under dice cup, suggestion of (partial) shell
- to force a color, either with counting procedure or loaded
- pop-up cube for production
- stage size cube that twists and person is produced
- coding information \n father cyprian \n dark vision \n jack kent tillar
1981
octet Father Cyprian

Rubik Con

suggestions without details:

Colorvision with mini Rubik's Cube

Colorvision with jumbled cube, a duplicate of configuration is drawn

mini cube is solved under dice cup, suggestion of (partial) shell

to force a color, either with counting procedure or loaded

pop-up cube for production

stage size cube that twists and person is produced

phantom of the dice table \n color changing die routine with cup, die behind ear holdout
- phase one: "it's right ear"
- phase two: a handy switch
- phase three: into the darkness
- notes
- further notes \n jeff busby
1981
the chronicles Jeff Busby

Phantom of the Dice Table

color changing die routine with cup, die behind ear holdout

controlled dice shot \n no. 23, betting that with two dice most of the times a one or a six is thrown \n unknown \n dai's wager \n pat hennessy \n dai vernon
1981
self-working table magic
Unknown

Controlled Dice Shot

No. 23, betting that with two dice most of the times a one or a six is thrown

the new dropout \n no. 26, three dice held between two fingers, dropping only the center one \n unknown \n drop out \n unknown
1981
self-working table magic
Unknown

The New Dropout

No. 26, three dice held between two fingers, dropping only the center one

slow motion penetration \n die through table, covered by card, visual \n el duco \n slow motion penetration \n el duco
1981
apocalypse vol. 1-5 El Duco

the great die mystery \n two numbers of a die are predicted, with a paddle move as humorous moment \n gene "phantini" grant
1981
phantini's incredible mental secrets volume two Gene "Phantini" Grant

The Great Die Mystery

two numbers of a die are predicted, with a paddle move as humorous moment

the thirteenth turn \n no. 24, parity principle, spectator can give die twelve or thirteen quarter turns, performer divines amount of turns \n martin gardner
1981
self-working table magic Martin Gardner

The Thirteenth Turn

No. 24, parity principle, spectator can give die twelve or thirteen quarter turns, performer divines amount of turns

spell-a-die \n no. 25, using the parity principle, instead of counting a number a name is spelled (lincoln or washington), name is divined \n martin gardner
1981
self-working table magic Martin Gardner

Spell-A-Die

No. 25, using the parity principle, instead of counting a number a name is spelled (Lincoln or Washington), name is divined

the return of color vision \n color cube placed in a box, chosen color is divined and predicted \n gene "phantini" grant
1981
phantini's incredible mental secrets volume two Gene "Phantini" Grant

The Return of Color Vision

color cube placed in a box, chosen color is divined and predicted

imagine \n spectator imagines poker chip, die and coins in hand and removes one, choice predicted by content of hand \n stephen tucker \n subir kumar dhar effect in magigram
1982
spell-binder Stephen Tucker

Imagine

spectator imagines poker chip, die and coins in hand and removes one, choice predicted by content of hand

dark vision \n using solved rubik's cube for color vision, effect also suggested by bill wisch & fr. cyprian \n jack kent tillar \n rubik con \n father cyprian
1982
the magic of the cube Jack Kent Tillar

Dark Vision

using solved Rubik's cube for Color Vision, effect also suggested by Bill Wisch & Fr. Cyprian

penetrating dice stack \n through cup, using a glued stack \n paul gertner \n upstacking \n paul gertner
1983
the new york magic symposium — collection 2 Paul Gertner

knock out reading \n mind reading (name of card, chosen design, dice throw, chosen color, reading on health, wealth, love, luck, occupation, birthdate, answer any question in mind) \n roy baker
1983
baker's capers Roy Baker

Knock Out Reading

Mind reading (name of card, chosen design, dice throw, chosen color, reading on health, wealth, love, luck, occupation, birthdate, answer any question in mind)

the what's it's name dice trick \n two in the hand, one in the pocket with dice, climax with jumbo dice production \n roy baker
1983
baker's capers Roy Baker

The What's It's Name Dice Trick

two in the hand, one in the pocket with dice, climax with jumbo dice production

dollars and dice \n no. 27, serial number of bill, dice rolled, performer instantly adjusts serial number so it is divisible by other number \n karl fulves
1983
self-working number magic Karl Fulves

Dollars and Dice

No. 27, serial number of bill, dice rolled, performer instantly adjusts serial number so it is divisible by other number

super prophet \n no. 99, numbers from one to six listed a few times and added, total predicted \n karl fulves \n the million-dollar prediction \n karl fulves
1983
self-working number magic Karl Fulves

Super Prophet

No. 99, numbers from one to six listed a few times and added, total predicted

zaubern mit würfeln \n various easy tricks with dice
- divination of number
- forcing a number, with matchbox
- easy bank night routine with dice \n piet forton
1983
je geschickter desto zauberer Piet Forton

future thought \n no. 33, dice with (larger) numbers used for number divination \n l. vosburgh lyons \n future thot \n l. vosburgh lyons
1983
self-working number magic L. Vosburgh Lyons

Future Thought

No. 33, dice with (larger) numbers used for number divination

boxcards \n case that can produce things like four dice after full deck has been removed from it \n paul sorrentino
1983
the mendoza portfolio no. 1 Paul Sorrentino

Boxcards

case that can produce things like four dice after full deck has been removed from it

four dice repeat \n die tube routine, when pushed through tube, die changes number, four dice \n david (foote) drake
1984
fork full of appetizers — book 2 David (Foote) Drake

Four Dice Repeat

die tube routine, when pushed through tube, die changes number, four dice