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Unknown The Fadeaway Card Change
Related toVariations Expert Card Technique 81
Francis Carlyle Homing Card
Related toVariations Stars of Magic (Vol. 4 No. 2) 61
Paul Harris The P.H. Switch two card transpo, in repeat one card vanishes and appears next to other
Variations Close-up Entertainer 37
Edward Marlo Devilish Miracle Redux
Variations Marlo without Tears 86
Paul Harris Biological Shuffle two phases
VariationsAlso published here A Close-Up Kinda Guy 4
Darwin Ortiz Hitchcock Aces
Variations Darwin Ortiz at the Card Table 86
Brother John Hamman The Twins
Related toVariations The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 93
Rafael Benatar Introducción
Cartas Certificadas 11
Rafael Benatar Doble Volteo Resbalante additional method using Vernon's Double Push-Off
Also published here Cartas Certificadas 15
Rafael Benatar Dejada Resbalante several variations
  • Haciendo escala
  • Con casual encuentro
  • Con encuentro casual del segundo tipo
  • Sobre una carta
  • Con la carta doble sobresaliente
Also published here Cartas Certificadas 19
Rafael Benatar Transit Cups and Balls - or the Trick with the Fru... Don't Say It!
Transit Cups and Balls
Rafael Benatar In-Transit Actions and the Cups and Balls
Transit Cups and Balls 1
Rafael Benatar Routine three cups, four final loads
Transit Cups and Balls 3
Rafael Benatar Cup Through Cup Variation cup falls through other cups, with all three cups
Transit Cups and Balls 5
Arturo de Ascanio Aunt Henriette's Aces
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here Ascanio's Favorites 1 3
Rafael Benatar Tres Menos Una unloading one card from a triple, two methods
Inspired byAlso published here Cartas Certificadas 27
Rafael Benatar Doble Lift Pivotante one-handed double lift, several applications
-Como Cuenta Falsa (as a false count)
  • Dejada Pivotante (Pivoting Laydown)
  • Con giro de 180° (with 180° turn)
Also published here Cartas Certificadas 29
Rafael Benatar Transposicion por Calor two card transpo, in repeat one card vanishes and appears next to other
Inspired byAlso published here Cartas Certificadas 37
Rafael Benatar La Dejada Pendular double lay-down on table
Cartas Certificadas 50
Rafael Benatar ¡Fuego!
Inspired by Cartas Certificadas 55
Rafael Benatar Karate Six is chopped into two Threes and an Eight into Fours
Also published here Cartas Certificadas 71
Rafael Benatar Fotomaton
Inspired by Cartas Certificadas 77
Rafael Benatar Salto Fotografico cover for classic pass
Cartas Certificadas 78
Rafael Benatar El Mago Discreto routine with several techniques which eliminate each other
Cartas Certificadas 83
Rafael Benatar La Carta Invisible longer Routine
Inspired byAlso published here Cartas Certificadas 87
Rafael Benatar Inserción Resorte apparently random insertion of card from front into greek break
Also published here Cartas Certificadas 89
Rafael Benatar El Cambio de Clark Kent apparently free-handed, also secret switch
Related toAlso published here Cartas Certificadas 107
Rafael Benatar El Soplido Magico
Also published here Cartas Certificadas 109
Rafael Benatar Tampoco y Tambien only one card, effect variation
Also published here Cartas Certificadas 110
Rafael Benatar 69 Color Change Presentation, including version with double change, Six changes into Nine
Cartas Certificadas 111
Rafael Benatar Mermelada Plus several changes
Inspired byAlso published here Cartas Certificadas 119
Rafael Benatar Lista de Referencias
Cartas Certificadas 133
Juan Tamariz The Tamariz Turnover out-jogged turnover
Related toVariations Sonata 57
Rafael Benatar Creating Injog in Center as top half is replaced
Sonata 125
Edward Marlo Transposed Ace Assembly Aces change places with three Fives, leaving 2-3-4-5, of the same suit, in place of the Aces of the same suit
Related to That's It 48
Rafael Benatar Countdown nice presentation
Related to Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 15 No. 3) 2047
Rafael Benatar 69 Color Change Presentation, including version with double change
Double-Card Technique 31
Rafael Benatar Hot Transposition longer combination
Also published here Double-Card Technique 16
Rafael Benatar As a False Count featuring the Pivoting Double
Double-Card Technique 9
Rafael Benatar The Clark Kent Card Change apparently free-handed, also secret switch
Also published here Double-Card Technique 26
Rafael Benatar The Blow-Away Card Change apparently free-handed, see Clark Kent Change
Also published here Double-Card Technique 27
Rafael Benatar Karate six spot is split in two 3s, repeat
Also published here Double-Card Technique 13
Rafael Benatar Marmalade Poker several changes
Inspired byAlso published here Three Professional Card Routines 20
Rafael Benatar Countdown thorough description, nice presentation
Three Professional Card Routines 1
Rafael Benatar Neither and Also only one card, effect variation
Also published here Double-Card Technique 28
Rafael Benatar The Slippery Drop several variations
Also published here Double-Card Technique 3
Rafael Benatar The Pivoting Laydown
Also published here Double-Card Technique 10
Rafael Benatar The Pivoting Double with 180 Degree Turn Variation
Also published here Double-Card Technique 9
Rafael Benatar The Invisible Card longer Routine
Also published here Three Professional Card Routines 9
Rafael Benatar Slippery Double Turnover additional method using Vernon's Double Push-Off
Also published here Double-Card Technique 1
Rafael Benatar The Crocodile apparently random insertion of card from front into greek break
Also published here Three Professional Card Routines 10
Rafael Benatar, Juan Tamariz Three Minus One unloading one card from a triple, two methods
Also published here Double-Card Technique 7
Rafael Benatar Karate Cards Six is chopped into two Threes and an Eight into Fours
Also published here The Trapdoor - Volume Three (Issue 56) 1063
Philip T. Goldstein Psi-Con Ruse double ended cards are placed in book (instead of apparatus)
  • Deutsch (translated by Rudolf Braunmüller)
  • Francais (translated by Philippe Warren)
  • Español (translated by Rafael Benatar)
FISM '97 1
Rafael Benatar Inserting a Card into a Break from front
Card College — Volume 3 533
Rudolph Herzog, Ray Kosby, Joseph K. Schmidt, Rafael Benatar Our Readers Respond
The Looking Glass (Issue 4) 168
Rafael Benatar The Crocodile inserting a card in a break
Card Fictions 70
Pit Hartling Method and Style and The Performing Mode
Inspired by
  • "The Performing Mode" (Rafael Benatar, MAGIC, January 2001)
Card Fictions 30
Juan Gallego Luque, Miguel Ángel Gea Y Más Nombres on Joaquin Navajas, Alberto Cuartero, Manuel Cuesta, Luis Boyano, Juan Escolano, Luis Arza, Juan José Hidalgo, Paco Rodas, Faustino Palmero, Manolo Tena, Justo Alvarez Ascaso, Anthony Blake, Ignacio Grassa, May Roger, Juan Gurrea, Rafael Benatar, Donald Lehn, Ramón Riobóo, Armando Gómez, José de la Torre, Juan Mayoral, Paco Herrero, Sebastián Pons, Jorge Haddad, Alberto Reyes, Charly Miret, Carlos Vaquera
La Magia Española del Siglo XX 97
Doug Canning Excalibur thought of card, spectator has to do some spelling and performer can divine card over phone
Related to Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 5 34
Rafael Benatar Royal Liaisons
Inspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 6 114
Rafael Benatar Spring Insertion placing card in the center at known position, apparently haphazardly
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 6 118
Ramón Riobóo Mystery of the Kabbala thought of card, spectator has to do some spelling and eventually card is divined
Related toAlso published here
  • Ramón Riobóo's "The Mystery of the Kabbala" in Rafael Benatar's "Sleight of Phone"
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 7 46
Rafael Benatar El Cambio de Clark Kent
Nanomagias 21
Allan Ackerman, Rafael Benatar A Cull for R. B. spectator pushes performer's favorite card in deck between two previously named cards
The Cardjurer 53
Rafael Benatar Inserting a Card into a Break heel break
Handcrafted Card Magic - Volume 3 26