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J. Stewart Smith In His Hands
1947 Watch This One! 39
J. Stewart Smith Foreword
1955 One More Thought on Cards 4
J. Stewart Smith Ascending Treys elevator with three cards on top of traveling cards
1955 One More Thought on Cards 5
J. Stewart Smith Pop Over Treys
1955 One More Thought on Cards 8
J. Stewart Smith The Four Aces
1955 One More Thought on Cards 10
J. Stewart Smith The Four Queens four queens and four indifferent cards on table, one queen transpose with indifferent card, then all cards transpose
1955 One More Thought on Cards 14
J. Stewart Smith Follow the Leader five red and five black cards, four phases
1955 One More Thought on Cards 17
J. Stewart Smith Sevens and Jacks two cards are exchanged, then four of a kinds are complete again
1955 One More Thought on Cards 19
J. Stewart Smith The Inseparable Sevens four Sevens in the deck come together twice
Inspired by
  • Al Leech
1955 One More Thought on Cards 21
J. Stewart Smith Peek-A-Boo Discovery sucker effect
1955 One More Thought on Cards 23
J. Stewart Smith Horse Sense
1955 One More Thought on Cards 25
J. Stewart Smith The Queen was There four red cards and one black card
1957 The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 347) 215
Karl Fulves (reviewer) Strange Command by J. Stewart Smith Nov. 1966 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 1) 64
J. Stewart Smith Never Grow Old lengthy procedure after which two mates are reversed in two halves
Aug. 1967 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 10) 117
Karl Fulves Babel J. Stewart Smith, Faro Fantasy
Feb. 1969 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4 No. 4) 242
Roy Walton Ten Paces to the Right selection ten cards away from face-up Ten spot, faro (see page 8 for non-faro suggestion by J. Stewart Smith), see page 16 for correction
Inspired by 1971 Kabbala — Volume 1 (Vol. 1 No. 1) 4
Karl Fulves (reviewer) An Approach to Genuine Magic - Part Two by J. Stewart Smith Jan. 1971 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6 No. 3) 392
J. Stewart Smith To The Top "Coming Up in the World" precursor, shown by a soldier in 1942, see also p. 415, p. 426 for comment by Charles Hudson
Related to Apr. 1971 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6 No. 6) 413
Karl Fulves (reviewer) The Unknown Influence by J. Stewart Smith
brief
May 1972 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 7) 516
Paul Swinford, J. Stewart Smith Simplified Ace Assembly
1974 Card Cavalcade II 65
Karl Fulves (reviewer) A Glimpse Into The Unknown by J. Stewart Smith 1975 Interlocutor (Issue 3) 9
J. Stewart Smith Unseen Powers No. 25, spectator selects card, performer finds mate
1976 Self-Working Card Tricks 41
Jeff Busby (reviewer) The Collected Works of J. Stewart Smith by J. Stewart Smith 1984 Epoptica (Issue 5) 257
J. Stewart Smith Hindu Shift similar to Vernon Multiple Shift
Also published here
  • "Hindu Shift" (Steward Smith, One More Thought on Cards, 1955)
1989 The Multiple Shift 20
Steven Youell Bikes Peek key card placement, in the hands
Related to 1996 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 61) 1180
Nick Trost The Power of Three predicting three cards
Inspired by
  • "Mighty Moments" (J. Stewart Smith, The Weird Influence, 1966)
2008 Subtle Card Creations — Volume 1 223
Wesley James, J. Stewart Smith Coming Up in the World
2010 Above the Fold 43
Tomas Blomberg Fuentes Load-Up Load-Up variation in which card ends up face-up second from top
Inspired by
  • Baltazar Fuentes Change (see Malone's "Radical Aces", MUM, Vol. 82 No. 11, Apr. 1993)
  • "Load-Up Move" (J. Stewart Smith, Top of the Deck, 1950)
2014 Blomberg Laboratories 88
J. Stewart Smith To The Top Card loaded to be held in mouth
2015 The Saturday Morning Session 50