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Louis Lam Center to Top Reverse similar to Future Reverse, but to top instead of to center
Related to 1935 Would You Believe It? 8
Paul Harris Super Swindle sandwiched signed card, sandwich folded up, card vanishes and reappears reversed in deck
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1977 Super Swindle! 1
Edward Marlo Banded: That's Impossible!
  • First Effect: face card on banded deck changes
  • Second Effect: top and bottom card of banded deck change, a center card turns over
  • Third Effect: face card of banded deck changes
  • Fourth Effect (An Ambitious Bit): card comes to top in banded deck
  • Emphasizing the Difference: card peeked at in banded deck turns over
Related to 1981 Cardworks 85
Bill Kalush Rubber Ringer finger ring on rubber band
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1983 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 13) 120
Roger Klause Klause's Bill Switch
Variations 1983 Encore III 18
Frank Garcia, Bill Spooner Topper bluff display
Related toAlso published here
  • Bill Spooner's handling in "Wonderful Routines of Magic" (1969)
1985/87 Daryl's Ambitious Card Omnibus 20
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Squiggle spectator marks card, marking, pen color and card are predicted
Variations 1986 Sankey Panky 25
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders The Red Prediction signature travels onto odd-backed prediction
1986 Sankey Panky 31
Richard Sanders Signature Duplication apparently wiping signature away, here with coins
1986 Sankey Panky 68
Richard Sanders Two-Card Monte Switch Variation
1986 Sankey Panky 78
Richard Sanders Richard Sanders bill vanishes and appears in cap of pen which was lying on the table
1986 Gimmick (Issue 7) 7
Richard Sanders Trick Photography card appears on photograph of performer, selection
1987 Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 1 No. 10) 6
Richard Sanders Force from Packet
1987 Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 1 No. 10) 6
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Name Your Price price tag from jacket ripped off, changed from $50 to $300 and reattached to string, see also p. xi at back of book
1987 When Creators Collide... 1
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Bound to Fool two rubber-banded Queens, card selected, Queens whisper name to performer, selection appears between, see also p. xi at back of book
Variations 1987 When Creators Collide... 4
Richard Sanders Combination Force/Control selection outjogged, pushed in and top card pushed forward when hand is raised, bold
Related to 1987 When Creators Collide... 5
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Breaking the Habit with borrowed cigarette
1987 When Creators Collide... 7
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Making Change quarter in bull dog clip over a flame, changes into two dimes and a nickel, see also p. xi at back of book
Variations 1987 When Creators Collide... 11
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders The Switch-Places Aces a red Ace and a black Ace transpose multiple times, then both change into previous selections
1987 When Creators Collide... 13
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Topper Tack outjogged center card removed while pivoting the deck upwards, switched for top card
Related toAlso published here 1987 When Creators Collide... 15
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Twice Lit match torn out of match book is lit, blown out, lit again, vanishes and reappears attached inside
1987 When Creators Collide... 20
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Seventy-Five Persent corner torn off borrowed bill changes into quarter coin, bill folded in spectator's hand, quarter pushed in hand and bill is restored, see also p. xi at back of book
1987 When Creators Collide... 23
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Bill Switch folded
1987 When Creators Collide... 25
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Thought Thief card shown around, the spectator who chose it cannot recall it while everyone else can, see also p. xii at back of book
1987 When Creators Collide... 26
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders A Change for the Better copper and silver coins transpose twice, then given to spectator, they change into Chinese coins in his hands
Variations 1987 When Creators Collide... 30
Tenkai Ishida, Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Pointing Transfer Move
Related to 1987 When Creators Collide... 31
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Short-Changed for the Better copper and silver coins transpose once, then given to spectator, they change into Chinese coins in his hands, see also p. xii at back of book
Inspired by 1987 When Creators Collide... 35
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Coin Drop Transfer as hands pass each other, top change dynamics
1987 When Creators Collide... 36
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders T.A.R. clean look, piece stuck to back of thumb
1987 When Creators Collide... 37
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Making Change Again quarter changes into two dimes and a nickel, impromptu version without the clip
Inspired by 1987 When Creators Collide... 39
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders An Ambitious Section general comments
1987 When Creators Collide... 41
Richard Sanders A Not so Humble Beginning getting into a routine, selection suddenly appears face-up on deck
1987 When Creators Collide... 41
Mark Vincent Mark Vincent based on a routine by Richard Sanders, performer places card next to selection in spread
1987 Gimmick (Issue 10) 14
Richard Sanders Reverse from Center to Top for visual appearance
Related to 1987 When Creators Collide... 42
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Ending #1: Face-up Finale deck rubber-banded, thrown in other hand, selection appears face-up on deck
Related to 1987 When Creators Collide... 43
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Ending #2: The Rubber Room Rise deck rubber banded, spectator checks that his card is not on top, but then it is
1987 When Creators Collide... 45
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Ending #3: Top Card "TOP CARD" written on back of top card before selection is pushed flush, yet top card becomes the ambitious card
1987 When Creators Collide... 47
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Stretching the Habit cigarette torn in half, both halves stretched to full cigarettes again
1987 When Creators Collide... 49
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders The Impromptu Link two phases
Inspired by 1987 When Creators Collide... 52
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Mr. Stickman stickman drawn on paper, it vanishes from there and appears on back of selection
Inspired byVariations 1987 When Creators Collide... 57
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders One-Bill Wonder using only single bill, torn in two pieces, both pieces put in one hand one by one, the restore
1987 When Creators Collide... 61
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Dryspell play doh hardens
1987 When Creators Collide... 65
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Pure Delight Ring Flight ring put in purse vanishes and appears on finger of other hand behind back
Related to 1987 When Creators Collide... 68
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Gesture Drop Transfer as sleeve is pushed up a bit
1987 When Creators Collide... 69
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Collision conversation
1987 When Creators Collide... 71
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Notes on some of the tricks, at back of book actually
1987 When Creators Collide... xi
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Bio's... at back of book actually
1987 When Creators Collide... xiii
Mark Sicher Rubberband Sandwich
Inspired by Mar. 1988 Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 11 No. 3) 1465
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders The Pointing Transfer
1990 100% Sankey 20
Douglas Cameron Check It Out mentioning lost tricks in the literature
Related to 1991 Profile (Issue 5) 8
David Acer Lickety Flip
VariationsAlso published here Apr. 1992 Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 15 No. 4) 2056
Alexander de Cova Hangman Plus stick figure on cardboard vanishes and appears on back of signed selection
Inspired by 1992 Ein Profi packt aus... 108
David Acer A Word About the Contributors Rick Bronson, Barry Julien, Simon Lovell, Richard Sanders
1995 Natural Selections 11
Richard Sanders, David Acer Four on the Floor card selected, indifferent card changes into mate and other cards of same value are on either side
Inspired by 1995 Natural Selections 18
Richard Sanders Sleight of Elbow
1995 Natural Selections 38
David Acer Transposition Ring Flight borrowed finger ring put in coin purse, it changes into key, ring now on hook in key case
Related toAlso published here 1995 Natural Selections 60
David Acer The Camera Never Lies deck used as camera, FISM Flash, previously indifferent card changes into selection
Variations 1995 Natural Selections 81
Richard Sanders A New Development blank card changes into selection, deck used as camera
Inspired by 1995 Natural Selections 84
Richard Sanders Richie's Double Bill Switch bill changes twice and then back
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here
  • Genii, July 1991
1995 Natural Selections 111
David Acer Around the World in 80 Dollars
Inspired byAlso published here 1995 Natural Selections 117
Richard Sanders, David Acer The Body Swap two persons hold up a big sheet of cloth and things travel from one face to the other, eventually the persons transpose
Also published here 1995 Natural Selections 141
Richard Sanders Finger Ring False Placement ring apparently put in purse
1995 Natural Selections 55
Joe Rindfleisch Card Force
Related to 1997 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 63) 1231
David Acer, Richard Sanders The Time Machine chop cup presentation
1999 Natural Selections — Volume II 180
David Acer A Day in The Life #1 - The Sanders Incident anecdote with Richard Sanders
1999 Natural Selections — Volume II 37
Richard Sanders Introduction
2003 Seven By Michel Huot 3
Jay Sankey, Frank Garcia Topper Tack outjogged center card removed while pivoting the deck upwards, switched for top card
Related toAlso published here 2004 Sankey Unleashed 55
Richard Sanders Ringworm Knot on rope visually changes into a finger ring, coin purse (where ring was previously) shown to contain the knot
2004 Random Acts of Magic 212
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders The Pointing Transfer
2004 Random Acts of Magic 229
Richard Sanders, David Acer Pocket Exchange Coin in hand visually transposes with coin in pocket
2004 Random Acts of Magic 241
Jay Sankey Drew as I Drew two scribblings made with pen on business cards without looking match
Inspired by 2004 Sankey Unleashed 131
Justin Hanes, Richard Sanders Slide Change
2004 Mystery Engineering 4
Richard Sanders Plop! Small rubber ball visually appears as invisible purse frame is opened
2004 Random Acts of Magic 273
David Acer, Richard Sanders Splittant
2004 Random Acts of Magic 36
Richard Sanders, David Acer Unlawful Entry Card penetrates a door
2004 Random Acts of Magic 76
Jay Sankey Wham Bam! face-up prediction, three chosen cards match the prediction, backs are boldly marked, rest of deck blank
Inspired by
  • an unnamed Richard Sanders trick
2004 Sankey Unleashed 20
Richard Sanders, David Acer Time Boards Triumph-shuffled deck rights itself except for three cards, which tell the time
2004 Random Acts of Magic 139
David Solomon The King Thing Revisited Kings found, lost again, produced from different locations
Inspired by
  • "The King Thing" (Richard Sanders Video)
2007 The Wisdom of Solomon 71
Richard Sanders Foreword
2008 Cabaret Card Magic 3
David Oliver (reviewer) Extreme Burn by Richard Sanders July 2008 Genii (Vol. 71 No. 7) 100
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders, Tenkai Ishida Tenkai's Pointing Transfer Variant Done with spongeballs
Related to 2010 Moments 50
Richard Sanders False Finger Ring Placement finger ring apparently put in purse
2011 More Power to You 11
Richard Sanders The Pointing Transfer Tenkai Pennies transfer
2011 More Power to You 17
David Acer Money Flies rope taken out of small purse, four coins produced from rope, then each coin travels into glass, last changes into many smaller coins
Part 1: Cord Coin Holder
Part 2: Flight of the First Coin
Part 3: Flight of the Second Coin
Part 4: Flight of the Third Coin
Part 5: Hands-Free Coin-to-Glass (Richard Sanders)
Part 6: Through the Hand
Part 7: From Pocket to Glass
Part 8: Through the Glass
Part 9: From Another Pocket to Glass
Part 10: The Big Finish
Also published here 2011 More Power to You 93
David Acer, Richard Sanders The Body Swap two persons hold up a big sheet of cloth and things travel from one face to the other, eventually the persons transpose
Also published here 2011 More Power to You 115