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Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Hubert Lambert Swivelleroo
VariationsAlso published here 1967 Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 229
Brother John Hamman The Multiplying Kings selection placed with kings, kings become various number of cards and suit combinations, selection face up in deck
Variations 1989 The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 129
Eddie Fechter, Dan Block Off Beat Tip Change Routine card under finger of spectator is apparently switched with other card
1993 Fechter 68
Eddie Fechter, Dan Block Top Change Handling card held from above
1993 Fechter 69
Dan Block Second Card Palm Aces Aces appear one by one on top of deck
1993 Card File 115
Dan Block Second Card Palm Sandwich two Kings jump from center to top with card sandwiched between them
1993 Card File 118
Eddie Fechter Fechter's Changing Aces (Snapover Aces) red Aces on top of tabled deck, when turned over again they are black Aces
Related to
  • Precursor #33
VariationsAlso published here
  • Fechter - The Magic of Eddie Fechter
1993 Card File 209
Dan Block Changing Aces black Aces found, change into red Aces
Inspired by 1993 Card File 216
Dan Block Palm Cut flourishy cut to cover top palm, action palm
1993 Card File 229
Dan Block Palm Cut Revelation
1993 Card File 231
Dan Block The Thumb Thing card is produced spinning on thumb, from the deck
1995 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 56) 1053
Hubert Lambert, Dan Block Swivelleroo Variation
Inspired by 1995 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 56) 1054
Dan Block One-Card Poker two cards become five - a royal flush
July 1996 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 19 No. 7) 2665
Dan Block One-Card Poker from the deck
July 1996 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 19 No. 7) 2666
Dan Block Face Off four cards with backs on both sides change into selection then into quartet of the selection
1996 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 61) 1184
Nick Trost, Dan Block Trost on Hamman's "Multiplying Kings" five cards become eight Kings, selection travels to deck
Inspired by 2008 Subtle Card Creations — Volume 1 6