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Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Ueberall und Nirgends "Hofzinser's Kartenkünste VI."
Related to July 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 7) 99
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Ueberall und Nirgends explanation part
Related to Aug. 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 8) 115
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Everywhere and Nowhere two duplicates, including Hofzinser's patter
1909 The Art of Magic 55
T. Nelson Downs Everywhere and Nowhere - New Method
1909 The Art of Magic 63
Unknown Everywhere and Nowhere with Assistant coding free selection to assistant who provides duplicates
1909 The Art of Magic 69
T. Nelson Downs The General Card several spectators choose a card, they are all the same, whole deck is shown the same, then different again
1909 The Art of Magic 71
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Überall und Nirgends two duplicates
Also published here 1910 Kartenkünste 23
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Überall und Nirgends (Zweite Ausführung) expanded routine
Also published here 1910 Kartenkünste 153
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Überall und Nirgends (Dritte Ausführung) an additional nine cards change into selection
Also published here 1910 Kartenkünste 161
Jack Merlin Here There and Everywhere ambitious card, then stop trick, twice the card is at the stopped position
1927/28 Merlin's Master Miracles 15
Jack Merlin Three Card Force and Floor Change card is forced several times, then put under foot of spectator who thinks all cards are the same, then card under foot changes and deck is normal
1927/28 Merlin's Master Miracles 11
Laurie Ireland Here There and Everywhere Card Routine card always on top, then all cards are the same eventually card is found in pocket
1934 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1934) 2
Unknown Everywhere and Nowhere 1. (using two duplicates)
2. Using a Short Card
3. With a Borrowed Deck
4. With an Ordinary Deck without Duplicates
1935 Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 112
Theodore Annemann The New Nightmare Effect selected card vanishes and turns out to be card previously removed
Variations 1935 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 7) 27
Unknown Seeing is Believing card put in envelope turns out to be later selection
1936 Card Manipulations (Issue 5) 155
Unknown Everywhere and Nowhere reprinted
Related to 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 316
Unknown The Unseen Card spectator pockets unseen card, later selection is this pocketed card, svengali deck
1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 250
Unknown The Dream Card card placed in envelope in beginning turns out to be later selection, index
1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 333
S. H. Wimbrough Card from the Pocket - Another Presentation lazy man's card to pocket, pocketed card in beginning is later selection
1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 342
Unknown Everybody's Card several spectators all select the same card, slick card
1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 97
Paul Rosini Everywhere and Nowhere two duplicates
1938 Greater Magic 567
Lu Brent Three Chances two duplicates
1938 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 42) 286
Unknown Everywhere and Nowhere with a Borrowed Deck stranger cards
1940 Expert Card Technique 367
Unknown Everywhere and Nowhere two duplicates
Variations 1940 Expert Card Technique 309
Edward Marlo Everywhere and Nowhere (using a borrowed deck and no duplicates.)
1940 Early Marlo (Issue Pasteboard Presto) 14
Theodore Annemann The Ghost Card stranger card, card is put in envelope
1940 Expert Card Technique 363
Laurie Ireland Magician's Lucky Card card in pocket turns out to be selection
1940 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1940) 14
Stuart Towne, Don Diavolo The Time Formula fairly selected card (6 duplicates used) predicted via mirror writing, time traveling presentation
1940 The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 96) 591
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue Hallucination several spectators remember a card, all the same which is produced from pocket
1941 The Stripper Deck 29
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue "Well, I'm D----d!" double facer and duplicate
Related to 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 5
Eddie Joseph Hallucination selection lost, three cards against glasses, every one shown to be selection, then none, three duplicates
1942 Greater Card Tricks 62
Theodore Annemann The New Nightmare Effect selected card vanishes and turns out to be card previously removed
1943 Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 74
Warren Wiersbe This Card gets Around! (Wiersbe's version of Everywhere and Nowhere), impromptu
1944 Action with Cards 2
Jean Hugard An Optical Illusion four unknown cards selected and placed in performer's pocket, six piles are formed, all ontaining aces, aces are eventually found in pocket
Oct. 1944 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2 No. 5) 75
Robert Weill Here, There and Everywhere with card to pocket ending
1945 My Best 54
Edward Marlo Everywhere & Nowhere (at the table) ungaffed
1947 Marlo In Spades 32
Unknown Grab-Bag Card cards are withdrawn from packet, remaining card is selection
1948 The Royal Road to Card Magic 96
Unknown All Change Here Hindu Shuffle
1948 The Royal Road to Card Magic 197
Unknown Everywhere and Nowhere
1948 The Royal Road to Card Magic 260
Unknown Top-Change Byplay
1948 The Royal Road to Card Magic 220
Paul LePaul A Deft Illusion
1949 The Card Magic of Le Paul 175
Robert "Bob" J. Gunther Another Here, There and Everywhere using Baker's Cherchez la Femme stand
Inspired by 1950 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1950) 5
Al Leech The Black Jacks
1953 Card Man Stuff 15
Peter Warlock No Guesswork card inside envelope finale
Inspired by
  • Edward G. Brown's "Three Guesses" in "The Sphinx" Vol. 42. 1943. P. 59.
1959 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1959) 38
Malcolm Davison Finding the Lady is Easy three signed blank cards, two are found by performer and third one turns out to be the blank card held by spectator since the beginning
1960 Magic of the Mind 76
Dai Vernon Everywhere and Nowhere ungaffed
1961 Further Inner Secrets of Card Magic 69
Max Malini Malini's Transposition
1961 The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 49
Edward Marlo Further Applications of the Reverse Fingering Action with K. M. Move to repeatedly show the same card after it has apparently been dealt to table
1962 The K. M. Move 8
Max Malini Card Magic six spectators select the same card from six decks
Related to 1962 Malini and His Magic 24
Jochen Zmeck Hypnose multiple spectators chose the same card, routine for Svengali type decks
1962 Enzyklopädie der Rauh-Glatt-Kartentricks - Teil I 11
Harry Lorayne, Al Leech One-Eyed Jack Sandwich card sandwiched, sandwich in middle of deck, turns out to be later selection
Related toVariations 1965 My Favorite Card Tricks 4
Fred Kaps The Three Jokers using three glasses
Also published here 1967 Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 209
Jochen Zmeck Symbol-Trix five ESP cards, one put aside, four spectators each look at a card, they all have the same, but this one is not there but the one on the table
1967 Enzyklopädie der Rauh-Glatt-Kartentricks - Teil III 29
Roy Walton Card Case mystery card in case, four queens are found and mystery card turns out to be selection
Inspired byVariations 1969 The Devil's Playthings 57
Roy Walton Transposition of a Signature Variation different colored back
1969 The Devil's Playthings 60
Tony Kardyro The Ultimate Transfer card is put in envelope or card case, turns out to be later selection
1969 Expert Card Mysteries 132
Edward Marlo, Alex Elmsley signed card in ---- two methods
Related to 1970 Hierophant (Issue 3) 142
Allan Ackerman Everywhere and Nowhere three cards become the selection and change into aces
1970 Magic Mafia Effects 9
Gray Leese 4-Card Quadrille signed prediction card turns out to be card selected & initialed by spectator
Related to 1970 Epilogue (Issue 9) 66
Karl Fulves Quadrille Notes
Related to 1970 Epilogue (Issue 9) 70
Edward Marlo The Reversible Peek openly turned over card turns out to be later peeked card
1970 Advanced Fingertip Control 109
James G. Thompson Jr. Joint Signature "based on a card problem entitled Two-Card Quadrille", card signed on back by spectator as prediction, turns out to be later selection which is signed on the face
Variations Oct. 1970 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 12) 365
Edward Marlo Simplex or Complex three selections turn out to be the same card, two methods
1970 Hierophant (Issue 3) 116
Roy Walton Back Into Time similar to "Time Machine", see also p. 388
Related toVariations Sep. 1970 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 11) 363
Allan Ackerman Lunch several methods for "One-Eyed Jacks" sandwich effect, with loading techniques
Tilted Sandwich:
  • Gaffed
  • Ungaffed #1
  • Ungaffed #2
The Ultimate Approach:
  • The Load In
  • The Palm Switch
  • The No Palm Approach
  • Ungaffed #3
Variations 1971 The Esoterist 34
Karl Fulves In The Sleeve card openly placed in performer's sleeve turns out to be later selection
Variations 1971 The Book of Numbers 29
Roy Walton Travellers in Time red and black cards are separated, each half mixed face-up into face-down and top card placed into center, time machine plot, cards again on top, all cards face-down and mixed
VariationsAlso published here 1971 Cardboard Charades 22
Edward Marlo They're All Alike ambitious type routine shown, people think they're all the same, but they're all blank
1972 Kabbala — Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 8) 62
Jon Racherbaumer Comments defining:
  • Everywhere & Nowhere
  • The General Card
  • The Universal Card
Related to 1972 The Universal Card 4
Edward Marlo Signature Rush unknown sandwiched card turns out to be later signed selection, four methods
1972 Kabbala — Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 12) 92
Orville Wayne Meyer Something Screwey sucker element, three spectators select same card, card ends up in pocket
1972 The Living End 78
Alex Elmsley, Michael Skinner Miracle Worker between your palms
1973 Super Subtle Card Miracles 204
Karl Fulves Cased Card card in case turns out to be later signed selection, Between Your Palms variation
1973 Notes From Underground 40
Karl Fulves Locked Room card in metal box turns out to be later signed selection, second method with card case or envelope
1973 Notes From Underground 49
Alex Elmsley Between Your Palms card between spectator's palm turns out to be a later signed selection, using stranger card
Variations Mar. 1973 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 5) 606
Roy Walton Surprise Surprise five freely selected cards put aside and turn out to be Aces and later chosen selection
1973 Card Script 31
Edward G. Brown Everywhere and Nowhere
Variations 1973 The Card Magic of Edward G. Brown 27
Lin Searles Quick Classic Aces change into selection one by one, then selection from pocket
Inspired by
  • "Future Classic" (Ed Marlo)
Autumn 1973 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 8th Folio) 670
Karl Fulves Direct Sandwich
Related to 1973 Packet Switches (Part Two) 88
Karl Fulves Gambler's Switch card sandwiched at beginning
1973 Packet Switches (Part Two) 90
Karl Fulves "X" Card To Wallet card with X on back is put in wallet in beginning, turns out to be signed card later
1973 Riffle Shuffle Technique — Preliminary Notes on Part Two 38
Karl Fulves Theory Transpo unknown card on table, Ace between Jacks, Jacks vanish and card on table turns out to be the two Jacks
1973 Notes From Underground 25
Jerry K. Hartman Teleapathy Reversed card at the beginning shown to be the thought of card impossibly, something like Mystery Card
1973 Means & Ends 66
Harvey Rosenthal Tilt Prediction previously reversed card turns out to be later selection, two methods
1974 Epilogue (Issue 20) 183
Larry Jennings Card Minus One no duplicate
1975 Epilogue (Issue Special No 3 (Part 2)) 274
Karl Fulves Impromptu Elmsley two methods
1975 Methods with Cards — Part 1 39
Michael Carrion Mirage card placed under close-up mat, two cards chosen, one signed, card under mat turns out to be later signed selection, duplicate
Inspired by Aug. 1975 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10 No. 10) 1044
Derek Dingle The Regal Royal Flush "duplicates" are produced and changed to Royal Flush
Variations 1975 Afterthoughts 66
Karl Fulves Eye Witness two red Fours together in deck, spectator remember card above pair, another card below pair, they name the same card which is then shown not to be in deck, then appears sandwiched between Fours
Inspired by 1975 Methods with Cards — Part 3 165
Jerry Mentzer In Case kings and "mystery card" placed in case in beginning
1975 Card Cavalcade 3 11
Jim Lee Into the Case "Magical Lee" card placed in case in beginning is later selection, double backer
1975 Card Cavalcade 3 21
Karl Fulves Revised Prophecy joker turned over at beginning turns out to be later selection
1975 Methods with Cards — Part 1 57
Karl Fulves Using Sleeves two cards placed in sleeve, then card signed in deck, two cards removed from sleeve and one is signed selection, tape on sleeve for steal
Inspired by 1975 Methods with Cards — Part 3 199
Karl Fulves Speed With 7's card sandwiched in beginning in deck turns out to be later signed selection
1975 Methods with Cards - Part 3 222
Roger Smith Open Paper Clip Surprise card openly paper clipped, card chosen in IF condition turns out to be clipped card
Inspired by 1975 The Faro Sorcery Trilogy — Number 1 14
Jon Racherbaumer, Ed Brown Between Elmsley, Brown, and Himber using Himber Wallet and Stranger
Related to 1976 Kabbala — Volume 3 (Vol. 3 No. 1) 1
Edward Marlo More! four additional handlings
Related to 1976 Kabbala — Volume 3 (Vol. 3 No. 2) 20
Jon Racherbaumer, Edward Marlo Talismanic Card In Wallet with Himber wallet, duplicate
Related to 1976 Lecture Notes 1 12
Bernard Bilis Everywhere Everywhere and Nowhere variation, five cards shown to be the same card before changing into five selections
1976 Close Up, French Style 11
Edward Marlo Marlo's Deal Switch
1976 Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 3
Edward Marlo No Way previously tabled card turns out to be later selection, becomes second selection, first from pocket
1976 Kabbala — Volume 3 (Vol. 3 No. 5) 69
Peter Duffie Card In Case... Transposition transposition with signed odd back card
1976 Pabular (Vol. 2 No. 12) 289
Jerry Mentzer, Jim Lee In Case Magical Lee prediction put in case, turns out to be later selection signed by spectator on face and performer on back
1976 Second Lecture 18
Philip T. Goldstein Palm Off
Variations 1977 Scattershot 11
Arturo de Ascanio La Fuerza Motriz del Pensamiento three Aces change into selection and back, selection is eventually found in performer's pocket, duplicates
Also published here
  • Misdirection" N° 1, 1964.
1977 La Magia de Ascanio — Vol. 1 15
Larry Jennings A Handling of "Between your Palms"
1977 Larry Jennings on Card & Coin Handling 39
Edward Marlo More Reversos three cards between four Aces turn out to be later selected card (collectors type)
1977 Marlo's Magazine Volume 2 270
Gene Maze Signed Card To Wallet signed card - effect
1977 Packet Switches (Part Five) 324
Harvey Rosenthal A Sandwich Switch
1977 Packet Switches (Part Three) 124
Harvey Rosenthal Tilt Sandwich I - V sandwiched card on top of deck
1977 Packet Switches (Part Three) 144
Karl Fulves Soliloquy single card on table turns out to be later signed card, sleeving, see also top of p. 36 for lapping method
1977 Impromptu Holdouts 33
Karl Fulves Celestial Navigation red-backed and boxed card is selected from blue deck
Related to 1977 Packet Switches (Part Four) 237
Allan Ackerman Downers and Uppers same card occupies three positions
1978 Here's My Card 42
Ken Krenzel The Purist's Mini Hofzinser
1978 The Card Classics of Ken Krenzel 168
Karl Fulves One Card Isn't two cards place face-down on table, then selection made and signed, one of original cards becomes selection
1978 Transpo Trix 68
Jerry K. Hartman Betricks and Between Card placed between two Jokers turns blank, card placed aside previously is now the card
Inspired by 1978 Loose Ends 56
Unknown Alle wählen diesen König several spectators chose the same card
1978 Einfach Wunderbar - Wunderbar Einfach 62
Richard Kaufman Palms For The Poor card case instead of spectator's palms
Related to 1979 CardMagic 117
Earl Nelson Between Your Points of Departure Aces between spectator's palm, selection added, it vanishes and reappears reversed in deck
Inspired byVariations 1979 Variations 7
Richard Kaufman Quick Hofzinser Quick small packet stuff
Oct. 1979 Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 2 No. 10) 253
Martin A. Nash The Sandwich Center mates on top, signed card presentation
1979 Sleight Unseen 393
Karl Fulves Null And Void card placed into case, selection underneath vanishes and earlier card inside is selection
1979 Jack In The Box 12
Daryl Martinez Holding On between your palms with four-of-a-kind kicker
Variations 1980 Secrets of a "Puerto Rican Gambler" 38
Edward Marlo I Won't Even Look using Ed Brown Wallet (see Kabbala reference), two methods
Related to 1980 Hierophant (Issue The Last Hierophant) 53
Gene Maze Between the Slices (Everywhere and Nowhere No. 1)
1980 The Gene Maze Card Book 84
Gene Maze, Richard Kaufman Where, Oh, Where? (Everywhere and Nowhere No. 2) all blank climax
1980 The Gene Maze Card Book 85
Gene Maze Space Age Illusion (Everywhere and Nowhere No. 3)
1980 The Gene Maze Card Book 86
Edward Marlo The Unknown Card - It Can't Be card placed aside is later chosen selection, two methods
1980 Marlo's Magazine Volume 4 291
Gene Maze An Open Sandwich
1980 The Gene Maze Card Book 32
Kevin Davie Sign There signed card travels to other deck and changes back color
1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 4) 826
Paul Harris The Time Machine using a black piece of cardboard as time machine three Kings vanish and reappear in deck
1980 Close-up Fantasies - Book II 1
Roger Crosthwaite The Geiger Mystery card is located by sound, then it vanishes between two others and is found to be the card put in the case in the beginning
Inspired by 1981 The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 18
Roger Crosthwaite The 2nd Geiger Mystery
Related to 1981 The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 22
Roger Curzon Variations Variant
Inspired byVariations 1981 Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 8) 137
Karl Fulves Everywhere odd-backed version, posed as problem
1981 Interlocutor (Issue 46) 183
Don Costello The DC Sandwich sandwiched card
1981 Side Steal 40
Karl Fulves Past Performance sandwiched card
1981 Side Steal 43
Karl Fulves Trapped in the Past sandwiched card
1981 Side Steal 40
Roger Crosthwaite The Eidetic Prediction card is placed in the box, spectator think of a card, that card is divined and later found to be the card put in the box in the beginning
1981 The Commercial Card Magic of Roger Crosthwaite 11
Shiv Duggal Aces 'A' Go-Go
1982 Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 13) 249
Curtis Kam "E-Z Magic" Between your Palms ungaffed method
Inspired by 1982 All the World's a Stage 24
Derek Dingle Everywhere and Nowhere in the Air
1982 The Complete Works of Derek Dingle 157
Derek Dingle Regal Royal Flush "duplicates" are produced and changed to Royal Flush
Related to 1982 The Complete Works of Derek Dingle 158
Tommy Wonder Everywhere and Nowhere double facer
Related to 1982 Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 1) 979
Neal Elias Everywhere and Nowhere ends with selection reversed in deck
1982 Fork Full of Appetizers 13
Bob Chesbro Card in the Eye folded unknown card stuck in eye, turns out to be later signed selection
1982 The Tipnician 26
Thomas Alan Waters 4ce with cards and boxes
Related to
  • George P. Sanderson's "The Feminine Influence" in "Right Under Their Noses"
1983 Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Psychl) 504
Ian Land Back Palm case instead of palm
Inspired by 1983 Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 11) 1135
Edward Marlo Future Classic Double-Cross duplicates are produced, see Regal Aces
1983 Marlo without Tears 114
Richard Kaufman Every Everywhere two selections, each appears "on top, bottom, in center", red-black kicker
1983 The New York Magic Symposium — Collection 2 95
Edward Marlo The Four Eightses Classic four cards change to Aces, duplicates, Kings, with selection in pocket
1983 Marlo without Tears 214
Edward Marlo A Hull of a Trick
Inspired by 1983 Marlo without Tears 102
Edward Marlo The Money Card
Inspired byRelated to 1983 Marlo without Tears 29
Brother John Hamman The Signed Card
Variations 1983 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 14) 125
Jon Racherbaumer Future Trap faro, two handlings
Inspired by 1983 Facsimile (Issue 1) 24
Reinhard Müller Off Colour Jack-Which with two odd-backed jokers
1983 Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 25) 484
Stephen Tucker Behold odd back card in pocket is signed card
Inspired by
  • Horace Bennett's "Comedy Card to Pocket" in "Bennett's 4th Book"
1983 Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 32) 627
Simon Lovell The Weird "Stop" Trick spectator stops at his card, then again later at the very same card
1983 Second to None 38
Larry Jennings, Roy Walton Morlock's Revenge red-black shuffle, Triumph, single ambitious phase, time-travel presentation
Inspired byVariations 1983 The New York Magic Symposium — Collection 2 56
Jerry Sadowitz Why Not
1984 Cards Hit 14
Peter Duffie Signus X II no duplicate of selection, but two Jokers
Inspired byVariations 1984 Close-Up to the Point 9
Peter Duffie Signus X 1 using two Jokers
Inspired byVariations 1984 Contemporary Card Magic 9
Hans E. Trixer Everyplace all blank finish
1984 Epoptica (Issue Yearbook) 297
Roberto Giobbi Everywhere and Nowhere two duplicates
1984 The Cardmanship of Roberto Giobbi 12
Simon Lovell Simon Lovell's Ambitious Card Routine more everywhere and nowhere routine, card in case finale
Also published here 1984 The Best of Close-Up Magic 107
Hans E. Trixer Everyplace with all blank faces kicker
1984 Fork Full of Appetizers - Book 2 59
Philip T. Goldstein Sans Fronds without palming
Inspired byAlso published here 1984 The New York Magic Symposium — Collection 3 96
Larry Jennings The Mystery Card see also issue 2, p. 3
VariationsAlso published here 1984 West Coast Quarterly (Vol. 1 No. 1) 9
Earl Nelson The Flying Signature odd-backed card turns out to be same as signed selection, then signature appears on it
Related to 1984 West Coast Quarterly (Vol. 1 No. 1) 56
Frank Simon The Flying Signature, No Palm Method odd-backed card turns out to be same as signed selection, then signature appears on it
Related to 1984 West Coast Quarterly (Vol. 1 No. 1) 64
William P. Miesel Signa-Flite odd-backed card turns out to be same as signed selection, then signature appears on it, simplified variation
Inspired by 1984 West Coast Quarterly (Vol. 1 No. 2) 41
William P. Miesel Here and Gone three cards change to selection, then become aces
1985 Arcane (Issue 13) 181
Randy Wakeman Randy gets Rough on Hofzinser deck cut in three piles, top of each becomes selection, everywhere nowhere, based on Marlo's "'Tis Rough on Hofzinser" (Ibidem)
1985 Formula One Close-Up 27
Frederick Braue, Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Hofzinser's Misdirection Everywhere and Nowhere
1985 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 2) 12
Frederick Braue FB Everywhere and Nowhere joker put in case, then selection found several times and put in glass, they change into indifferent cards and cased card is selection (1944)
Related to 1985 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 5) 3
J. C. Doty, Brother John Hamman Thanks to JH "The Signed Card" with a new switch
Aug. 1985 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 8 No. 8) 1101
Tom Craven Blank(et) Prediction
1985 Best of Friends — Volume II 524
Philip T. Goldstein Strung-Out card is selected and signed from a deck with hole drilled through it, deck threaded with a cord and selection removed under silk, duplicate
1985 FISM Madrid 1985 5
Frederick Braue FB Change card placed aside at beginning is later selection
1985 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 4
Frederick Braue Pre-Choice sandwiched unknown card becomes later selection
1985 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 4) 19
Daryl Martinez The Ubiquitous Card small packet is shown all alike
1985/87 Daryl's Ambitious Card Omnibus 94
Edward Marlo The Money Sandwich using envelope out of bills
Related to 1986 Thirty Five Years Later 34
Edward Marlo The Card in Case card case instead of palms, using dull blank card gaff
1986 Thirty Five Years Later 37
Fred Kaps The Three Jokers
Also published here 1986 It's So Simple 20
Larry Jennings The Mystery Card
Also published here 1986 The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings 34
Larry Jennings The Pacoima Solution no signature
1986 The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings 50
Philip T. Goldstein Strung-Out card is selected and signed from a deck with hole drilled through it, deck threaded with a cord and selection removed under silk, duplicate
1986 Mix '86 6
David Regal Everywhere duplicates are produced and change in run of suit
1987 Star Quality — The Magic of David Regal 92
John Carney Everywhere, Nowhere and on Your Face three cards all become selection, then indifferent again and card is on forehead
1987 Lecture Notes Collection (Issue Conjuring con Carney) 11
David Regal The Divining Card
1987 Star Quality — The Magic of David Regal 176
David Regal The Divining Card
Jan. 1987 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 10 No. 1) 1301
Peter Duffie Envelope Prediction after Ambitious Card sequence, an odd-backed card in an envelope turns out to be signed selection
Related to
  • "Black Envelope" (Bob Kohler)
1987 Inspirations 13
Peter Duffie No Case to Answer odd-backed mystery card, Jacks produced as well, red/blue double backer
Inspired by 1987 Inspirations 93
Roberto Giobbi Die seltsame Schleife
Also published here 1987 CardPerfect 135
Roberto Giobbi Die Zeitmaschine red-black shuffle, Triumph, single ambitious phase, time-travel presentation
Inspired byAlso published here 1987 Card Stories 16
Darwin Ortiz Regal Aces four "Duplicates" are produced and changed to Aces
1988 Darwin Ortiz at the Card Table 99
Darwin Ortiz The Dream Card odd-backed "signed card" type effect, card to wallet
Related toVariations 1988 Darwin Ortiz at the Card Table 81
Larry Jennings Long Distance Sandwich sandwiched card from beginning becomes later selection
1988 The Cardwright 14
Philip T. Goldstein Strung-Out card is selected and signed from a deck with hole drilled through it, deck threaded with a cord and selection removed under silk, duplicate
1988 Lecture 9
Simon Lovell Another Departed Point Card placed under spectator's hand from the beginning is the spectator's signed card
Inspired byAlso published here 1989 Close Up Magic To Tapdance To 15
Jerry Sadowitz Thanks to Hofzinser signature on back multiplies, appears on card pocketed in beginning
1989 Cards on the Table 37
Edward Marlo Impromptu Everywhere and Nowhere
1989 So Soon? 50
Randy Wakeman eveRywhere & noWhere two duplicates
1989 Randy Wakeman Presents 117
Kevin Bethea It's a Steal card in pocket turns out to be later signed one
Mar. 1989 Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 12 No. 3) 1613
Brother John Hamman The Signed Card
Related to 1989 The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 47
Karl Fulves Kid Trix some blue-backed cards torn in half, card selected and signed from red deck, two blue-blacked halves restored and turned over - it is the spectator's signed card
1989 Prototype 44
Philip T. Goldstein Sans Fronds without palming
Also published here 1989 A Phil Goldstein Collection 11
Randy Wakeman The Emergency Card card signed and lost, odd-backed "emergency card" removed from pocket turns out to be previous signed selection
1989 Randy Wakeman Presents 4
Jerry Sadowitz The Backward Card Trick "begins by revealing a card that has not yet been selected, after that things get even more perplexing."
1989 Cards on the Table 20
Juan Tamariz The Hypnotic Power of the Jokers three chosen cards are selection from beginning, then it vanishes and appears in pocket
1989/91 Sonata 192
John Bannon Twixt The Devil
1990 Impossibilia 22
Gary Kurtz Wishful Thinking effect combination
1990 Unexplainable Acts 25
Gary Kurtz Hypothetical Possibilities ambitious card, signature vanishes and reappears, wallet
Variations 1990 Unexplainable Acts 11
Edward Marlo Marlo's Lost Hull Version nine methods, some with double backer
Related toAlso published here 1990 The Olram File (Issue 1) 1
Jay Sankey "#*@!" folded paper clipped card turns out to be later signed selection
Related toVariations 1990 100% Sankey 36
Edward Marlo Satirical Signed Card two methods, with commentary on "The Signed Card"
Related to 1990 That's It 40
Edward Marlo Satirical Signed Card two methods
Related to 1990 Finally! 54
Brother John Hamman, Arturo de Ascanio, Jean-Pierre Garnier, Gary Ouellet Maneater
1990 Close Up Illusions 294
Michael Powers The Nightmare Card odd-backed version of the Dream Card Plot where the card apparently stays on the table in full sight, red/blue double backer
Inspired by 1990 Top Secret Stuff 5
Michael Powers Bonus Plot variation of Brother John Hamman's Signed Card where the card is odd backed
Inspired by 1990 Top Secret Stuff 8
Jon Racherbaumer Strange Siamese Strangers two cards tabled, they turn out to be later selection and though-of card
Inspired by 1990 Cardfixes 115
Michael Powers The Trap Door Card card with business information and trapdoor printed on it used for card-through-table, blank side of trapdoor card becomes signed selection
1990 Top Secret Stuff 115
John Bannon Do the 'Twixt
Inspired by 1991 Smoke and Mirrors 157
John Carney Inscrutable joker shows up again and again, four of them change into Aces, presentation
Inspired by 1991 Carneycopia 74
John Carney Everywhere, Nowhere and on Your Face three cards all become selection, then indifferent again and card is on forehead
Variations 1991 Carneycopia 254
Randy Tanner The Dream Card Revisited no palming
1991 Card to Wallet 107
Karl Fulves "X" Card to Wallet
1991 Card to Wallet 26
Alex Elmsley Serendipity two unknown cards sandwiched between three of a kind turn out to be later selections
1991 The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 1 61
John Bannon Heart of the City card spectator cuts to is predicted, another signed selection travels to envelope which has been on table
Variations 1991 Smoke and Mirrors 13
Edward Marlo, Darwin Ortiz Day-Dream Card odd-backed card to wallet
Inspired by 1991 The Olram File (Issue 9) 1
Edward Marlo Commercial Method odd-backed card to wallet, rough-smooth Mene-Tekel
Inspired by 1991 The Olram File (Issue 9) 3
Jon Racherbaumer, Eric Eicher Road-Runner Sevens "Fast/Faster/Fastest", three phases, last phase "Hull Version" (signed card type), Six & Seven pseudo duplicates
Inspired by 1991 Synergistic Sandwiches 8
Tony Cachadiña Card in the Purse (Prediction) folded card in purse shown in the beginning turns out to be signed selection
1991 Lecture Notes 6
Karl Fulves Letter of Intent one of three envelopes chosen by exchanging number cards and adding some, number range force
1992 Deceptive Practices 20
Jack Carpenter Mysterious Daley & Between your Palms combo
Inspired byVariations 1992 Modus Operandi 13
Ken Krenzel The Fabulous Jumping Card two handlings
1992 The Collected Almanac (Issue ) xiv
Jon Racherbaumer The Future Ain't What it Used to be
1992 Card Finesse II 235
Jon Racherbaumer, Peter Duffie Time-Warp Sandwich
1992 Card Finesse II 239
James Swain Technicolor Mystery red backed selection vanishes from between four blue backed kings and revealed to be mystery card previously put in pocket
1992 Don't Blink 107
Karl Fulves A Trap Cut sandwiched card in deck turns out to be later selection
1992 Deceptive Practices 42
Karl Fulves By Proxy prediction card reversed on top of face-up deck turns out to be later selection
1992 Deceptive Practices 68
Bob Gill The Race Is On odd-backed
Inspired by 1992 New Sorcerer (Vol. 1 No. 3) 15
Marty Martini The Postcard prediction card in envelope turns out to be selection
Also published here 1992 The Trapdoor — Volume Two (Issue 45) 807
Gary Kurtz Hypothetical Possibilities ambitious card, signature vanishes and reappears, wallet, revised handling
Inspired by 1992 Prinzipien in der Praxis 7
John Scarne Factory Seconds apparently several Sevens of Hearts are in the deck, they are all put aside and change into Aces
Variations 1993 Rigmarole (Issue 3) 29
Jerry Sadowitz Impossible Prediction reversed card turns out to be selection made later
1993 The Marenzel Reverse 5
Marty Martini The Postcard prediction card in envelope turns out to be selection
Also published here 1993 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks 45
Muneo Yokoi Split Prediction signed on the back by magician, sealed in envelope. Freely selected card signed and placed in another envelope, signed on the back by spectator. Envelope opened to show the faces match, but that they are also halves of the same card.
1993 Volum 5 Lecture Note 26
Alexander de Cova Ordered Surprise shuffled deck ends up in order, at the position of selection is the Joker reversed and signed selection is found folded and secured with cloth pin, brief explanation
Inspired by 1993 Seminarnotizen Steyr 1993 4
Karl Fulves Glass House card chosen and signed, odd-backed prediction in glass matches, then it also has signature
1993 Verbatim (Issue 5) 46
Peter Duffie Jointly Does It odd-backed card signed on back by performer, another card signed on face by spectator, odd-backed then has this face
Inspired by 1993 Applications 11
Charles T. Jordan, Vanni Bossi Charles Jordan's Paradox - The Dream unknown chosen card put in envelope, turns out to be later selection, with commentary by Vanni Bossi
Related to
  • "The Dream" (No. 33 in Charles Jordan's Best Card Tricks)
1993 Escorial 1993 — The Hofzinser Year 12
Gerald Deutsch Jinx Mate
June 1993 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 16 No. 6) 2224
Simon Lovell Another Departed Point
VariationsAlso published here May 1994 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 17 No. 5) 2356
Alex Elmsley Between Your Palms card between spectator's palm turns out to be a later signed selection, using stranger card
VariationsAlso published here
  • Abracadabra, Vol. 13 No. 335, June 28, 1952, p. 361
1994 The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 2 246
Alex Elmsley Only Child handling of "Between Your Palms" without stranger card
1994 The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 2 250
Allan Slaight Between Your Palms Handling duplicate
Feb. 1994 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 17 No. 2) 2319
Gordon Bruce Palmist's Prediction two signed cards and one thought of
Also published here
  • Lecture notes Edinburgh, March 1986
1994 Roger's Thesaurus 204
Allan Ackerman, Roger Klause The 76 Sandwich
1994 Las Vegas Kardma 112
Alex Elmsley A Problem with Duplicate Identities two cards are put on table, two selections are shown to be the same, then table cards are turned over and are unchanged
1994 The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 2 166
Alex Elmsley Pocketpick visible card in breatpocket turns out to be later selection
1994 The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 2 207
Billy McDonnell Tuned Fortune card put in box then two black queens change into red queens and card in case turns out to be selection
Inspired by 1994 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 53) 971
Karl Fulves First Future card sandwiched in center with sandwich cards outjogged, top card shown and moved to bottom, when sandwiched card is pulled out it is this selection
Related to 1994 Rigmarole (Issue 8) 94
Paul Gertner Paul's Opener card repeatably chosen, travels to pocket, corner torn off and still chosen as whole card and torn corner transforms
1994 Steel and Silver 87
Peter Duffie Mis-Read Palmistry using pseudo mates
1995 Duffie's Card Compulsions 23
Karl Fulves Top Flight "An Impromptu Card Paradox"
card selected via riffle procedure in center of deck, then top card is shown to be selection, presented as a card being in two places at same time, repeated
Related to 1995 The Fine Print (Issue 2) 29
Karl Fulves Persistence of Vision four Kings placed on table, card in center of deck remembered, it is then shown on top and his placed to Kings, back on top of deck, vanished from Kings
Variations 1995 The Fine Print (Issue 2) 31
Darwin Ortiz The Phantom Card signed card at two positions at the same time
1995 Cardshark 124
Darwin Ortiz The Psychotronic Card combo
Variations 1995 Cardshark 14
Philip T. Goldstein Strung-Out card is selected and signed from a deck with hole drilled through it, deck threaded with a cord and selection removed under silk, duplicate
1995 Connotes 7
Simon Aronson This Side Up playing card with "Instructions" written on them becomes signed selection on one side
Inspired by
  • "Emergency Card" (Randy Wakeman, Randy Wakeman Presents)
1995 Simply Simon 87
Ken Beale Set Off Trap "Three Impromptus"
sandwiched card on table, card chosen, sandwich cut in deck side-jogged, sandwiched card turns out to be later selection
1995 Underworld (Issue 1) 10
Edward Marlo Reverso four Aces with three reversed cards between them on table, those turn out to be three later signed selections, two methods
  • Marlo's Added Notes on "Reverso"
1995 M.I.N.T. — Volume II 126
Edward Marlo Reselection sandwiched card in deck turns out to be later selection
Variations 1995 M.I.N.T. — Volume II 136
Darwin Ortiz Time and Again
Inspired by 1995 Cardshark 86
Peter Duffie Greetings from Peter Duffie Banknight with a card to envelope
1996 Untold 8
Paul Hallas Apocalypse Variations Or Additions
Inspired by Jan. 1996 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 19 No. 1) 2603
Dominique Duvivier Quicker Than My Shadow Effect similar to Between Your Palms, done with Duvivier Wallet
Inspired byRelated to 1996 Magie Duvivier 67
James Swain Final Departure
Inspired by 1996 Miracles with Cards 187
Baltazar Fuentes The Hyper Space Card card in envelope turns out to be later signed selection, Elmsley-style, two methods
Inspired byRelated to 1996 Arempi 26
Peter Duffie Psychographicalisationalism unknown card between spectator's hands, signed card lost, two blank cards are also inserted between hands, unknown card is shown to be signed selection
1996 Open Secrets 3
Tommy Wonder Here and Not duplicates, double facer
1996 The Books of Wonder — Volume 1 77
Harold Cataquet No-Wallet Card to Pocket
Aug. 1996 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 19 No. 8) 2682
Tom Daugherty Misdirection Segue
Nov. 1996 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 19 No. 11) 2718
Paul Gordon Emergency Deam Card to pocket with color changing back
Apr. 1996 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 19 No. 4) 2634
Joe Rindfleisch Signed Sandwich Special
Aug. 1996 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 19 No. 8) 2680
Karl Fulves Jagged Edge prediction in case, selection made, it jumps out of deck halfway when riffled and is "torn off", second half is in case, with second "No Duplicate Method"
1996 New Card Rises 27
Tom Stone Occhamman Card "signed card" with mark on isolated card
1996 The Warpsmith Returns 39
Dominique Duvivier Past-Tense Prediction Card placed reversed in deck at the start of the trick turns out to be selected card all along, illogical
1996 Magie Duvivier 125
James Swain The Airmail Card Triumph done with signed card, this card is then removed from wallet with different back design and stamp
Inspired by 1996 Miracles with Cards 1
Paul Harris The Time Machine using a black piece of cardboard as time machine three Kings vanish and reappear in deck
1996 The Art of Astonishment - Book 2 (Issue Close-up Fantasies 1 & 2) 249
Simon Lovell Another Departed Point two duplicates
Also published here 1997 Simon Says! 33
Steve Bryant Everywhere and Nowhere Goes Hollywood
Inspired by 1997 Virtual Foolery 6
Karl Fulves Palmistry four cards with different (rainbow) decks, one taken and openly palmed, it vanishes over deck, all cards are now Ace of Hearts, back to normal
Related to 1997 The Fine Print (Issue 6) 142
Reinhard Müller Vision Quest selection in center found on top, then put among four jacks, card again is on top, card vanishes from the jacks
Inspired byAlso published here 1997 The Fine Print (Issue 6) 149
Matt Grover Let Me Dust Off a Spot For You To Sit Your Ace three wrong cards change into selection and back, selection appears on performer's forehead
Inspired by 1997 Trephine 7
Simon Lovell Ambitious Everywhere and Nowhere
Also published here 1997 Simon Says! 55
Richard Paddon Mystery Card To Pocket handling of Jennings' Mystery Card
Inspired by Feb. 1997 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20 No. 2) 2755
Karl Fulves The Chosen unknown sandwiched card cut in new pack order deck, card selected, in its place appears a blank card with X and sandwiched card is selection
Variations 1997 The Vampire Chronicles 16
Karl Fulves I, Vampire blank sandwiched card becomes chosen card, sandwich in deck, impromptu handling of "The Chosen", two methods
Inspired by 1997 The Vampire Chronicles 74
Christoph Borer Die Traumfrau card with different colored back in wallet, turns out to be later signed selection
Inspired byAlso published here 1997 Seminar 1997 24
David Harkey, Eric Anderson Twins two cards stapled face-to-face on table, they turn out to be two later signed selections
  • Twinterior Design (handling variation)
1997 Ah-ha! 25
David Harkey, Eric Anderson Bottom Feeder cased sandwiched card turns out to be later selection, featuring an strip-out addition type handling to add cards from deck to cards that are taken out of case
1997 Ah-ha! 50
Stephen Clark Event Horizon "Impromptu Time Paradox"
sandwiched card turns out to be later selection, future trap
Related to 1997 The Fine Print (Issue 6) 132
Peter Duffie Spirits Between Your Palms
1998 The Looking Glass (Issue 4) 149
Karl Fulves Red Snapper Ace through Seven of Spades put in frying pan, red-backed mystery card as well, then named card and put in from blue-backed deck, Ace through Seven removed again, only one card remains, it is now red-backed named card
1998 The Fine Print (Issue 9) 282
Dave Campbell Fusion selection signed on face, odd-backed card signed on back by performer suddenly has the spectator's signed face
Inspired byRelated toAlso published here 1998 Five Times Five — Scotland 20
Steve Freeman The Time Machine two-card transpo plus Ambitious Card theme
Related toVariations