four packets of cards having been formed face downwards on the table, to discover the total value of the undermost cards \n \n unknown \n any number of packets of cards having been formed face downwards on the table, to discover the total value of the undermost cards. \n unknown
1876
modern magic
Unknown

Four Packets of Cards having been Formed face downwards on the Table, to discover the Total Value of the Undermost Cards

any number of packets of cards having been formed face downwards on the table, to discover the total value of the undermost cards. \n with formula for any number of cards \n unknown \n four packets of cards having been formed face downwards on the table, to discover the total value of the undermost cards \n unknown
1890
more magic
Unknown

Any number of Packets of Cards having been formed face downwards on the Table, to discover the Total Value of the Undermost Cards.

den gesamtwert dreier unbekannten karten zu nennen \n piles made, sum of three cards named at the end \n unknown
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler
Unknown

Den Gesamtwert dreier unbekannten Karten zu nennen

das erraten der zahl der points mehrerer karten \n piles made by counting up to fifteen from whatever value the first card of each pile is, sum of bottom cards of piles divined \n robert lenz
1901
die zauberwelt Robert Lenz

Das Erraten der Zahl der Points mehrerer Karten

piles made by counting up to fifteen from whatever value the first card of each pile is, sum of bottom cards of piles divined

coincidence extraordinary \n piles are made, number of cards in a pile is divined, mathematical \n unknown \n necromantic calculation \n rolland hamblen \n royal card discovery \n unknown \n affinities \n dai vernon
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks
Unknown

Coincidence Extraordinary

piles are made, number of cards in a pile is divined, mathematical

infallible prediction \n dealing procedure, no-touch \n audley walsh \n hal haber \n again the infallible prediction \n orville wayne meyer \n peter warlock
1938
more card manipulations Audley Walsh, Hal Haber

again the infallible prediction \n three more handlings (two by meyer, one by warlock) \n orville wayne meyer \n peter warlock \n infallible prediction \n audley walsh \n hal haber
1939
more card manipulations Orville Wayne Meyer, Peter Warlock

Again the Infallible Prediction

three more handlings (two by Meyer, one by Warlock)

fantastric \n single card location, back turned for procedure, secret 10/9/8 count to find indicator card \n bob hummer \n fantastric \n bob hummer
1941 (ca.)
fantastric Bob Hummer

Fantastric

single card location, back turned for procedure, secret 10/9/8 count to find indicator card

and now an improvement \n single card location, back turned for procedure, variation in the secret 10/9/8 count to always get a matching card \n bob hummer \n fantastric \n bob hummer
1941 (ca.)
fantastric Bob Hummer

And Now an Improvement

single card location, back turned for procedure, variation in the secret 10/9/8 count to always get a matching card

henry christ's improvement \n same as a baffling prediction, but with a selection controlled to the 40th position, and the count is done backwards from ten \n henry christ \n a baffling prediction \n unknown
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Henry Christ

Henry Christ's Improvement

Same as A Baffling Prediction, but with a selection controlled to the 40th position, and the count is done backwards from ten

a baffling prediction \n form four piles using the number ten, then count down the sum of the cards to the 40th card to match prediction \n unknown \n henry christ's improvement \n henry christ
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

A Baffling Prediction

Form four piles using the number ten, then count down the sum of the cards to the 40th card to match prediction

number-card \n spectator notes numbers on four slips, those used for backwards count \n dr. ben b. braude
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Dr. Ben B. Braude

Number-Card

spectator notes numbers on four slips, those used for backwards count

cosmic computer \n three cards are selected and its values completed to a total of ten, card at sum of three cards is revealed \n stephen a. sparks
1970
the compleat magick - volume 1 Stephen A. Sparks

Cosmic Computer

three cards are selected and its values completed to a total of ten, card at sum of three cards is revealed

more than coincidence \n spectator deals through si stebbins, counting, if count matches value, he stops, this card named by performer \n gene nielsen
1971
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Gene Nielsen

More Than Coincidence

spectator deals through Si Stebbins, counting, if count matches value, he stops, this card named by performer

four told \n four times ten backwards count, horoscope reading with those cards, card found at total of four cards is predicted in envelope \n larry becker
1978
world of super mentalism Larry Becker

Four Told

four times ten backwards count, horoscope reading with those cards, card found at total of four cards is predicted in envelope

fantastric \n single card location, back turned for procedure, 10/9/8 count with more succesfull match \n bob hummer \n fantastric \n bob hummer \n and now an improvement \n bob hummer
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

Fantastric

single card location, back turned for procedure, 10/9/8 count with more succesfull match

lost and found \n backwards count as prediction, "countdown force" \n terry lagerould \n lagerould countdown force \n terry lagerould \n lost and found \n harry lorayne \n countdown force \n terry lagerould
1985
best of friends — volume ii Terry LaGerould

untitled mathematical effect \n piles made according to values, after some gathering and counting the top card of a packet is known \n unknown
1985
the fred braue notebooks
Unknown

Untitled Mathematical Effect

piles made according to values, after some gathering and counting the top card of a packet is known

twisting the plot \n disguised \n larry jennings \n the plot thickens \n roy walton \n randall flag \n r. paul wilson
1986
the classic magic of larry jennings Larry Jennings

affinities \n piles are made, card is divined, mathematical \n dai vernon \n coincidence extraordinary \n unknown \n royal card discovery \n unknown \n may's take on vernon's trick \n don may
1988
the vernon chronicles — volume 2 Dai Vernon

randall flag \n calculation with three cards used to count to selection \n r. paul wilson \n twisting the plot \n larry jennings \n the plot thickens \n roy walton \n randall flagg \n r. paul wilson
1991
profile R. Paul Wilson

Randall Flag

calculation with three cards used to count to selection

cyborg! \n card location with reverse count, with comedy prop, telescopic pen with plug \n charles pecor \n david solomon \n cyborg! \n charles pecor \n david solomon
1991
garrett does the u.k. Charles Pecor, David Solomon

Cyborg!

card location with reverse count, with comedy prop, telescopic pen with plug

the plot thickens \n selection appears at sum of three values after dealing piles, faro \n roy walton \n twisting the plot \n larry jennings \n randall flag \n r. paul wilson
1991
profile Roy Walton

The Plot Thickens

selection appears at sum of three values after dealing piles, faro

cyborg! \n card location with reverse count, with comedy prop, telescopic pen with plug \n charles pecor \n david solomon \n cyborg! \n charles pecor \n david solomon
1992
garrett in the u.s.a. Charles Pecor, David Solomon

Cyborg!

card location with reverse count, with comedy prop, telescopic pen with plug

randall flagg \n calculation with three cards used to count to selection \n r. paul wilson \n randall flag \n r. paul wilson
1995
chaos theories R. Paul Wilson

Randall Flagg

calculation with three cards used to count to selection

liii-kelihood \n small packet is counted and card remembered at number in remainder, then 10, 9, 8 count to find card \n richard vollmer \n norman houghton \n pretty close to a miracle \n richard vollmer
1995
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 2 Richard Vollmer, Norman Houghton

LIII-Kelihood

small packet is counted and card remembered at number in remainder, then 10, 9, 8 count to find card

pretty close to a miracle \n \n richard vollmer \n minus math \n kevin moran \n liii-kelihood \n richard vollmer \n norman houghton
1997
apocalypse vol. 16-20 Richard Vollmer

numerology \n three numbers lead to discovery of freely chosen card, faro placement \n richard vollmer \n henry christ \n martin gardner
1998
card college — volume 3 Richard Vollmer, Henry Christ, Martin Gardner

Numerology

three numbers lead to discovery of freely chosen card, faro placement

to name the total value of several chosen cards \n no. 11 \n ellis stanyon \n supplementary note \n karl fulves
1999
ellis stanyon's best card tricks Ellis Stanyon

supplementary note \n streamlined handling \n karl fulves \n to name the total value of several chosen cards \n ellis stanyon
1999
ellis stanyon's best card tricks Karl Fulves

number, please \n no. 23, prediction counted to, remaining cards form spectator's phone number \n sam schwartz
2001
new self-working card tricks Sam Schwartz

Number, Please

No. 23, prediction counted to, remaining cards form spectator's phone number

dialing the future \n no. 45, four cards chosen by dealing to first four digits of phone number, they are predicted or the aces \n unknown
2001
new self-working card tricks
Unknown

Dialing the Future

No. 45, four cards chosen by dealing to first four digits of phone number, they are predicted or the Aces

value for money \n betting game trick, dealing through cards and naming values in a row, every hit costs a dollar, spectator has some hits and performer has none \n lewis jones \n tom bowyer's "the frequent miracle" in "the sphinx" vol. 39, nr. 3. p. 67. 1940.
2006
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 6 Lewis Jones

Value for Money

betting game trick, dealing through cards and naming values in a row, every hit costs a dollar, spectator has some hits and performer has none

Inspired by

Tom Bowyer's "The Frequent Miracle" in "The Sphinx" Vol. 39, Nr. 3. P. 67. 1940.

learning to count \n three cards chosen one by one and cards counted on them until sixteen is reached, starting with the chosen card's value, aces are next to chosen card and at sum of all values \n karl fulves \n fourbidden \n karl fulves \n lucky 14 \n tomas blomberg
2007
prolix Karl Fulves

Learning To Count

three cards chosen one by one and cards counted on them until sixteen is reached, starting with the chosen card's value, Aces are next to chosen card and at sum of all values

numerology 13-3-1 \n three piles made with counting procedure, three numbers added to count to predicted card
- an alternate ending (involving down/under deal) \n lennart green \n numerology 13 + 13 \n lennart green
2008
the green northern lights magic Lennart Green

Numerology 13-3-1

three piles made with counting procedure, three numbers added to count to predicted card

the cowboy secret \n number of cards left after long dealing procedure is the same as value of a card on table \n unknown
2014
treacherous impuzzibilities
Unknown

The Cowboy Secret

number of cards left after long dealing procedure is the same as value of a card on table

lucky 14 \n spectator finds the four aces using three previously selected cards \n tomas blomberg \n the gem-money cards \n dean dill \n allan ackerman \n learning to count \n karl fulves
2015
blomberg laboratories Tomas Blomberg

Lucky 14

spectator finds the four Aces using three previously selected cards

lost and found \n backwards count as prediction, "countdown force", with royal flush revelation \n harry lorayne \n lost and found \n terry lagerould
2017
jawdroppers! two Harry Lorayne

Lost And Found

backwards count as prediction, "Countdown Force", with Royal Flush revelation

marked / invisible \n two decks, spectator deals through one deck face up, leaving one card face down. face down card matches reversed card in the other deck, inspired by trick from todd lamanske \n dan fleshman
2018
elixir Dan Fleshman

Marked / Invisible

Two decks, spectator deals through one deck face up, leaving one card face down. Face down card matches reversed card in the other deck, inspired by trick from Todd Lamanske