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Bill Wisch Palm Change No. 1 card inserted in front of deck is Tenkai palmed and switched for dummy
Related to Palm Change 1 & 2 2
Bill Wisch Application see application B)
Palm Change 1 & 2 7
Bill Wisch As a Multiple Shift to top or into right Tenkai Palm, see application F)
Palm Change 1 & 2 7
Bill Wisch Palm Change No. 2 bottom card shown and apparently placed into center, palmed in unusual left hand position
Palm Change 1 & 2 8
Bill Wisch Card to Wallet see application A)
Palm Change 1 & 2 12
Karl Fulves (reviewer) Palm Changes 1 & 2 by Bill Wisch Interlocutor (Issue 20) 76
Obie O'Brien USA Happenings on Lou Tannen, Frank Garcia, Harry Lorayne, Bill Wisch, Barry Levy, Ali Bongo, Howard Flint, Paul Gertner, Al Goshman, Bob Little, Peter Kersten, Phil Goldstein
Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 12) 608
Bill Wisch Chain(R)ing using chain instead of rope
Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 2 No. 10) 257
Bill Wisch Tribute to Slydini
The Magical World of Slydini ix
Jack Kent Tillar Dark Vision using solved Rubik's cube for Color Vision, effect also suggested by Bill Wisch & Fr. Cyprian
Related to The Magic of the Cube 21
Bill Wisch Thoughts About Style From Rocco Silano
Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 2 No. 1) 16
Bill Wisch Bill's Monte rubber band around finger, spectator must trap it by grabbing correct finger
Inspired by
  • Fred Furman (Encyclopedia of Impromptu Magic, p. 510, The Magic Book, p. 45)
The Chronicles (Issue 32) 1378
Bill Wisch Secret Knot knot secretly tied when rope is given from one hand to the other
The Chronicles (Issue 35) 1414
Karl Fulves What From Whom credit discussions, Bill Wisch
Interlocutor (Issue 50) 237
Bill Wisch Top Secret Count false counts off the top of the deck, over, under, hiding cards
Variations Kaleidoscope 39
Bill Wisch Block Pivot Technique
Kaleidoscope 39
Bill Wisch Six Card Repeat Count
Kaleidoscope 41
Bill Wisch Easy as 1, 2, 3 No. 79, learning classic palm and false transfer, rhythm
Self-Working Coin Magic 109
Karl Fulves Nonesuch Count small number named, selection is there, false count off top of deck
Inspired by New Card Controls 114
Chris Mayhew Lazy Rise visible rise ala Raise Rise
Related toVariations A Clockwork Apple 58
Bill Wisch Chain of Events
Prolix (Issue 8) 494
Bill Wisch Notes on Slydini
Also published here
  • "Slydini, The Lecture" (Bill Wisch)
Prolix (Issue 9) 609