113 entries in Cards / Sleights / Force / Classic Force
  
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Unknown How to tell one what card he seeth in the bottome, when the same card is shuffled into the stocke card peeked, kept under control with jog shuffle and then "forced" (given) to spectator and divined
Related to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXVII) 189
Unknown Classic Force with out (dropping some cards and starting again)
Related to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXVIII) 190
Unknown Classic Force to force a number
La Magie Blanche Dévoilée 43
Unknown Divination du montant d'argent expliqué Divination of an amount of money contained in the purse of a spectator from p. 29 explained
Testament de Jérôme Sharp 78
Unknown To "Force" a Card
Modern Magic 21
Professor Hoffmann Tips on the Classic Force
Modern Magic 89
Unknown To Force a Card including one-handed variation
Tricks with Cards 11
Unknown To Pass a Card through a Hat as out for classic force
Tricks with Cards 116
Unknown Card to Pocket as Out for Classic Force
Tricks with Cards 133
Unknown To "Force" a Card. First Method exposing the card a bit more, also one-handed or in spread on table
More Magic 11
H. F. C. Suhr Das Forcieren No. 15, fan with force card more exposed, rushing spectator, dropping cards as out
Der Kartenkünstler 20
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Das Forcieren der Karten oder die gezwungene Wahl introduction comments to classic force
Related to Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 1 No. 2) 20
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Das Forcieren der Karten continuation of description, forcing deck as alternative
Related to Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 1 No. 3) 35
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Forcieren der Karten with psychology
Der moderne Kartenkünstler 9
Unknown Das Forcieren einer Karte mit einer Hand "Die Kartenschule von Carl Willmann"
one-handed, force card more exposed
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 2 No. 2) 17
Unknown Das Forcieren mehrerer Karten "Die Kartenschule von Carl Willmann"
forcing multiple cards one after the other
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 2 No. 2) 18
Carl Willmann Das Forcieren der Karten "Die Kartenschule von Carl Willmann"
on the classic force
Related to Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 2 No. 3) 33
Carl Willmann Das Forcieren der Karten "Die Kartenschule von Carl Willmann"
continuation of explanation, importance of wording (take a card vs. choose a card)
Related to Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 2 No. 4) 49
Unknown Das wiederholte Forcieren ein und derselben Karte "Die Kartenschule von Carl Willmann"
forcing the same cards to multiple spectators, general card application
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 2 No. 5) 66
Unknown The Force with out, included one-handed version
New Era Card Tricks 16
William E. Robinson New Thought Card Sleights
  • First Method (fanning before the spectator's eyes)
  • Second Method (face-up classic force behind back)
  • Third Method (springing from hand to hand)
Related to New Era Card Tricks 34
C. Vogel, Carl Willmann Ein erhöhter Erfolg des Forcierens "Die Kartenschule von Carl Willmann"
out for classic force, getting it down to one of two cards, weird
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 4 No. 6) 84
Unknown Das Forcieren with tips and outs (having multiple cards chosen and forgetting the wrong one, dropping deck)
Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 148
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Classic Force card thought-of or taken, classic force
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 3) 37
Unknown Forcing
Variations The Expert at the Card Table 142
Unknown To Force a Card with strategy if force fails
The Modern Conjurer 55
Ernst Ehrhardt Die aufdrängliche Karte "Ernst Erhard", card rises out of cased deck, slit in case, as out for missed classic force
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 1) 3
Unknown To Force a Card one-handed force briefly mentioned
Modern Card Manipulation 38
Jack Merlin Forcing
Merlin's Master Manipulations 21
Graham Adams On Forcing on the classic force, using shuffle instead of pass to centralize card
Inspired by Mr. S. W. Erdnase — "His Book" 11
Unknown Eliminating the Pass for Forcing setting the card in center
  • The "Strip" Cut
  • "Sighting"
  • Shuffling to the Centre
  • By means of the "In-jog"
  • Pack cut by Spectator
  • The "Continental" Cut
Farelli's Card Magic - Part One 35
Victor Farelli Forcing - Timing
Farelli's Card Magic - Part One 37
John Mulholland Balance tip
Farelli's Card Magic - Part One 37
Victor Farelli Some "Imperfections"
  • Closing the Fan
  • Suggesting Liberty of Choice
  • Aggressiveness
  • Exposing on the Stage
Farelli's Card Magic - Part One 37
Victor Farelli The Nervous Assistant tip
Farelli's Card Magic - Part One 38
Victor Farelli, Sam H. Sharpe Choosing a "Forcee" tip
Farelli's Card Magic - Part One 39
Joaquín Partagás A "Tip" from Spain
Farelli's Card Magic - Part One 39
Orville Wayne Meyer The "One of a Bunch" Force no-miss strategy for classic force
The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Summer Extra 1935) 43
Unknown Classic Force crude and brief
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 21
Unknown For ready Reference, Several Methods of Forcing Cards from Annemann's 202 Methods of Forcing
classic force with subtlety
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 383
Unknown The Force Advice on the Classic Force
Greater Magic 191
John Scarne Forcing Cards Behind the Back
Greater Magic 196
R. M. Jamison The Never Fail Card Force
More Card Manipulations (Issue 2) 16
Unknown The Classic Force
Expert Card Technique 186
Unknown The Fan Force similar principle
Expert Card Technique 187
T. Nelson Downs Out for Classic Force
The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 87) 551
Charles Hopkins 33 - When force is missed.
"Outs" Precautions and Challenges 46
William Larsen, T. Page Wright Nerve Force bold, just handing cards out
More Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 38
Unknown The Force using an angle jog
Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 1 262
Unknown In Case of Emergency
Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 1 263
Edward Marlo The Force tell-free force, re-selection, key card in case of missed force
Tricks with Daub 10
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue Resume with other break controls, after peeks and as get ready for the classic force
The Invisible Pass 25
Unknown The Classic Force
The Royal Road to Card Magic 201
Felix Korim Classic Force Tip
Grant's Inner Circle Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 7) 4
Al Baker How to Force a Card finesse
Related to The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Pet Secrets) 407
Unknown The Classical Force
Handbook Of Card Sleights 15
Max Malini The Malini Force
More Inner Secrets of Card Magic 71
Dai Vernon The Classic Force
More Inner Secrets of Card Magic 70
Charlie Miller, Sam H. Sharpe The Force tip
The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 45
Al Koran Sure Fire Force bold, basically you give the spectator the force cards
Al Koran's Professional Presentations 101
Harry Lorayne Behind-The-Back Force
Reputation-Makers 269
Unknown No-Break Classic Force injog
The Esoterist 8
Unknown Face-up Classic Force any touched card is odd-backed
Kabbala - Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 6) 44
Edward G. Brown The Classical 'Fan' Force
The Card Magic of Edward G. Brown 181
Unknown Arranged Prediction mis-calling prediction in case the classic or table spread force fails
New and Novel Knowledge 24
Harry Lorayne The Classic Force
The Magic Book 81
Unknown how to make one draw the same or any card you like Richard Kaufman's transcription of Reginald Scot's card section
Related to CardMagic 65
Martin A. Nash Jog Classic Force no break
Sleight Unseen 415
Harry Lorayne A Lorayne Storm standard observation
Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 4 No. 2) 448
Simon Lovell Tips on the Fan Force classic force
The Best of Close-Up Magic 110
Stephen Tucker Jog Classic Force from injog without break
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 35) 688
Dai Vernon Classic Force Finesse
Related to The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 2 8
Steve Beam How to Practice the Classic Pass by Yourself actually classic force, continues on p. 367
The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 21) 353
Unknown The Fan Force Handling of the Classic Force
Close Up Magic To Tapdance To 35
Gary Ouellet The Classic Force handling details and tips
Close Up Illusions 77
Gary Kurtz Example: The Classic Force
Leading with your Head 28
Unknown クラシックフォース (Classic Force)
Larry Jennings's Card Technique 118
Unknown The Classic Force
  • Technique, Handling and Structure
  • The Psychological Management of the Spectators
  • The Inner Game of the Performer
  • How to Practice the Classic Force
Card College - Volume 1 217
Unknown The Jumping Pulse a chosen card is found by feeling the spectator's pulse
Card College — Volume 1 227
Roberto Giobbi Outs for the classic force
Direct Methods:
  • The "Whoops!" Method
  • A Direct Exchange of the X-Card for the Two of Spades
Indirect Methods:
  • The Crisscross Force
Another Trick
Final Observations
Card College — Volume 1 222
Roberto Giobbi The Top Change as an Out for the Classic Force
Card College — Volume 1 238
William Goodwin Selection Foretold selection matches in value the prediction-three-of-a-kind, face-up classic force with out
The Ancient Empty Street 7
Simon Lovell Fanforcethinks
Simon Says! 55
Ellis Stanyon How to "Force" a Card No. 2, also mention of doing it one-handed and in tabled spread with card more exposed
Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 214
Ellis Stanyon Ordinary Method of Forcing the Choice of a Card No. 1
Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 268
Ellis Stanyon Ordinary Method of Forcing the Choice of a Card No. 1
Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 269
Ellis Stanyon Forcing a Card with One Hand No. 4, a bit more exposed, remembering more cards for safety, subtlety of having an indifferent card even more exposed and avoiding that one
Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 271
Ellis Stanyon Forcing a Card with the "Charlier Pass" - Left Hand No. 10, top card cut to center and one-handed fan with top card more exposed
Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 274
Chan Canasta The Analysis spectator selects three cards and then decides on one, it happens to be the same card as other spectator has chosen before
Chan Canasta — A Remarkable Man 63
Chan Canasta Forcing Cards forcing same card twice on spectator
Chan Canasta — A Remarkable Man 73
Chan Canasta How Do You Do It? spectator remembers bottom four cards of shuffled deck, second spectator selects same cards
Chan Canasta — A Remarkable Man 82
Chan Canasta Psychological Riffle Force and Classic Force Combination two spectators select the same card
Chan Canasta — A Remarkable Man 89
Chan Canasta Demonstration of Forcing several spectators select a card from a different pack, the are all the same
Chan Canasta — A Remarkable Man 90
Ron Frost The Simplified Classic Force Ron's handling for forcing from a bank of six cards
After The Force 13
Ron Frost The Classic Force: Bottoms Up! Forcing a specific card
After The Force 16
Ron Frost The Classic Force: Off The Top Forcing a card from the top of the deck
After The Force 17
Ron Frost The Indicator Card Using force card as key card if Classic Force does not work
After The Force 17
Steven Youell The Camouflage Spread spreading in a less neat way
Weapons of Mass Deception 45
Harry Lorayne Behind-The-Back Classic Force
Related to Special Effects 76
Unknown Classic Force
Magic of Dr. Sawa (澤浩の奇術) 68
Roberto Giobbi On the Classic Force
Hidden Agenda (Issue July 8) 196
Roberto Giobbi Another Out for the Classic Force
Hidden Agenda (Issue July 9) 197
Tom Mullica Gag Out for the Classic Force
Hidden Agenda (Issue July 10) 198
Roberto Giobbi Classic Force Light more or less giving force card to spectator
  • Original Form
  • The Failsafe Classic Force
  • Notes on the Classic Force
Standup Card Magic 65
Johnny Thompson The Classic Force
The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 219
Max Malini Max Malini
Related to The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 219
Heba Haba Al Heba Haba Al delay
The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 220
Johnny Thompson Johnny Thompson setting force card with overhand shuffle
The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 221
Asi Wind Face-up/Face-Down Classic Force classic forcing from a face-up/face-down shuffled deck
Repertoire 70
Pit Hartling Updated Handling
  • Forcing the memorized packet
classic force of block
Inspired by Card Fictions (2018 edition) 46
Harapan Ong Breakless Classic Force face-up
Principia 231
Joaquín Navajas, Miguel Gómez, Camilo Vázquez Forzaje ESP three methods to force an ESP card
Monedas Personales Y Más 96
Ryan Schlutz Mind the GAP fair version of GAP principle with borrowed deck, chosen card is reversed in other deck
False Anchors 124