the dealing dovetail detection \n no. 5, card is found after lots of real shuffling \n charles t. jordan
1919/1920
thirty card mysteries Charles T. Jordan

spectator's red black shuffle \n spectator deals divided deck in two heaps and riffle shuffles them \n charles t. jordan
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Charles T. Jordan

Spectator's Red Black Shuffle

spectator deals divided deck in two heaps and riffle shuffles them

novel card discovery \n odd/even system for divided deck, spectator riffle shuffles \n charles t. jordan
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Charles T. Jordan

Novel Card Discovery

odd/even system for divided deck, spectator riffle shuffles

improved marvelous prediction \n odd/even system for divided deck, spectator riffle shuffles, set-up in front of spectators by openly dealing into some heaps \n charles t. jordan \n improved marvelous prediction \n charles t. jordan
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Charles T. Jordan

Improved Marvelous Prediction

odd/even system for divided deck, spectator riffle shuffles, set-up in front of spectators by openly dealing into some heaps

ultra location & prediction \n deck cut in thirds, one third turned over and top and bottom cards remembered, all put together and one riffle shuffle done, selections divined and number of reversed cards predicted \n harry lorayne
1977
the magic book Harry Lorayne

Ultra Location & Prediction

deck cut in thirds, one third turned over and top and bottom cards remembered, all put together and one riffle shuffle done, selections divined and number of reversed cards predicted

improved marvelous prediction \n odd/even system for divided deck, spectator riffle shuffles, set-up in front of spectators by openly dealing into some heaps \n charles t. jordan \n improved marvelous prediction \n charles t. jordan
1999
cunning card miracles Charles T. Jordan

Improved Marvelous Prediction

Odd/even system for divided deck, spectator riffle shuffles, set-up in front of spectators by openly dealing into some heaps

san francisco shuffle \n deck dealt into two piles randomly, piles pushed together messily (almost rosetta-style), retains separation without misses \n charles nyquist \n jack mcmillen \n genii, vol. 14 no. 3, nov. 1949
2000
off the books Charles Nyquist, Jack McMillen

San Francisco Shuffle

deck dealt into two piles randomly, piles pushed together messily (almost rosetta-style), retains separation without misses

self-cancellation \n red-black relationship, and shuffle principle at work in shuffle-bored type routines \n karl fulves
2000
off the books Karl Fulves

Self-Cancellation

red-black relationship, and shuffle principle at work in Shuffle-Bored type routines

bet on it \n deck riffle shuffled once, top twenty-six cards taken, both halves shuffled, dealt off simultaneously, performer bets that more black pairs then red pairs show up \n karl fulves \n spread correction \n karl fulves \n the dome \n karl fulves
2003
off the books Karl Fulves

Bet On It

deck riffle shuffled once, top twenty-six cards taken, both halves shuffled, dealt off simultaneously, performer bets that more black pairs then red pairs show up

i. general procedures \n procedures in which the spectator and/or performer shuffles but retains certain aspects of the red-black distribution of the deck
- procedure a
- procedure b
- procedure c
- procedure d: into this universe
- procedure e: into two universes
- procedure f: multiple shuffle procedure \n ronald a. wohl (ravelli)
2006
penumbra Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli)

I. General Procedures

procedures in which the spectator and/or performer shuffles but retains certain aspects of the red-black distribution of the deck

i. general procedures (continued) \n - procedure g \n ronald a. wohl (ravelli) \n i. general procedures \n ronald a. wohl (ravelli)
2009
penumbra Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli)

the opposite \n "proving a theory"
two spectators choose ten cards each, on all red and one all black \n helder guimarães
2019
secret language — volume 1 Helder Guimarães

The Opposite

"Proving a Theory"
two spectators choose ten cards each, on all red and one all black