improved lie speller \n with two cards \n martin gardner \n martin gardner's version in "here's more magic" (joe berg) \n the lie detector \n ron bauer
1940
12 tricks with a borrowed deck Martin Gardner

Improved Lie Speller

with two cards

Inspired by

Martin Gardner's version in "Here's More Magic" (Joe Berg)

the triple discovery \n three cards, twenty-sixth key \n charlie miller \n jack mcmillen \n key to the draw \n ron bauer
1941
more card manipulations Charlie Miller, Jack McMillen

hornswoggled \n bills change total value several times \n george starke \n hornswoggled \n george starke \n hornswoggled - the smash finish \n george starke \n hornswoggled revisited \n harry riser \n hornswoggled again! \n ron bauer
1944
hugard's magic monthly — volumes i, ii, iii and iv George Starke

hornswoggled \n bills change total value several times \n george starke \n hornswoggled \n george starke \n hornswoggled - the smash finish \n george starke \n hornswoggled again! \n ron bauer
1945
my best George Starke

the gadabout coins \n two in the hand, one in the pocket \n j. b. bobo \n george f. wright \n "the alleurian coins" by george f. wright in "the linking ring" 1/1950 \n the mexican gadabout coins \n milton kort \n gadabout coins revisited \n ron bauer
1952
modern coin magic J. B. Bobo, George F. Wright

The Gadabout Coins

two in the hand, one in the pocket

Inspired by

"The Alleurian Coins" by George F. Wright in "The Linking Ring" 1/1950

the o-korto box routine \n coins penetrate hand, spectator cannot place coins into box, box penetrates hand and coins remain, two routines \n milton kort \n walter wilson \n ron bauer \n o-korto for two \n fred kaps \n the okorto box routine \n milton kort
1966
the new modern coin magic Milton Kort, Walter Wilson, Ron Bauer

The O-Korto Box Routine

coins penetrate hand, spectator cannot place coins into box, box penetrates hand and coins remain, two routines

gag penetration with an okito box \n coin becomes bigger as it penetrates box \n milton kort \n ron bauer
1966
the new modern coin magic Milton Kort, Ron Bauer

o-korto for two \n long routine in which coins and box penetrate hands and box shrinks so coins do not fit in any more \n fred kaps \n the o-korto box routine \n milton kort \n walter wilson \n ron bauer
1984
arcane Fred Kaps

O-Korto For Two

long routine in which coins and box penetrate hands and box shrinks so coins do not fit in any more

peek look think \n three cards chosen by different means, spectators each find each others cards \n brother john hamman \n unstacked peek-look-think \n edward marlo \n if you are going to peek, look, and think, at least pique, hook, and link \n ron bauer
1989
the secrets of brother john hamman Brother John Hamman

Peek Look Think

three cards chosen by different means, spectators each find each others cards

final aces \n six double ended cards \n brother john hamman \n the atomic aces \n alex elmsley \n brother john hamman \n final(ly) aces \n brother john hamman \n ron bauer \n finely final aces \n steve reynolds
1989
the secrets of brother john hamman Brother John Hamman

leftovers \n on ron bauer, stephen minch, the precursor, don morris, jim culver, gary jennings, harry riser, chris kenner, gordon jeppesen, dan garrett \n steve beam
1989
the trapdoor — volume two Steve Beam

Leftovers

on Ron Bauer, Stephen Minch, The Precursor, Don Morris, Jim Culver, Gary Jennings, Harry Riser, Chris Kenner, Gordon Jeppesen, Dan Garrett

to a primal number \n to any small number from the top without preheld break \n harry lorayne \n nate leipzig \n ron bauer \n the screened leipzig pass \n nate leipzig \n ron bauer \n primal screen \n harry lorayne \n nate leipzig \n ron bauer
1990
trend setters Harry Lorayne, Nate Leipzig, Ron Bauer

To A Primal Number

to any small number from the top without preheld break

primal final \n finesse \n harry lorayne \n the screened leipzig pass \n nate leipzig \n ron bauer \n primal screen \n harry lorayne \n nate leipzig \n ron bauer
1990
trend setters Harry Lorayne

if you are going to peek, look, and think, at least pique, hook, and link \n three cards chosen by different means, spectators each find each others cards \n ron bauer \n peek look think \n brother john hamman
1990
cardfixes Ron Bauer

If you are going to Peek, Look, and Think, at least Pique, Hook, and Link

three cards chosen by different means, spectators each find each others cards

knickle head \n "what if?" bonus page
coin stuck to forehead, when removed a large tack is seen soldered to it \n chuck smith \n lobotomy \n steve beam \n the magic coin \n ron bauer
1994
what if? Chuck Smith

Knickle Head

"What If?" Bonus Page
coin stuck to forehead, when removed a large tack is seen soldered to it

subtlety for screened leipzig pass \n for ron bauer's "screened leipzig pass" (genii 47/2, feb 1983, p. 113) \n william goodwin
1997
the ancient empty street William Goodwin

Subtlety for Screened Leipzig Pass

for Ron Bauer's "Screened Leipzig Pass" (Genii 47/2, Feb 1983, p. 113)

the lie detector \n three packets, selection is found on top of remainder, impromptu version \n ron bauer \n improved lie speller \n martin gardner
1997
l.i.n.t. — pocket stuff for close-up magicians Ron Bauer

The Lie Detector

three packets, selection is found on top of remainder, impromptu version

key to the draw \n three cards, twenty-six key \n ron bauer \n the triple discovery \n charlie miller \n jack mcmillen
1997
l.i.n.t. — pocket stuff for close-up magicians Ron Bauer

the magic coin \n coin on forehead, has huge nail on back when removed \n ron bauer \n knickle head \n chuck smith
1997
l.i.n.t. — pocket stuff for close-up magicians Ron Bauer

The Magic Coin

coin on forehead, has huge nail on back when removed

second sight \n comedy triple prediction, heads or tails, total of numbers from date of the coin and a card, three envelopes \n ron bauer \n david britland's "second sight" in "sorcerer vol.1"
1997
l.i.n.t. — pocket stuff for close-up magicians Ron Bauer

Second Sight

comedy triple prediction, heads or tails, total of numbers from date of the coin and a card, three envelopes

Inspired by

David Britland's "Second Sight" in "Sorcerer Vol.1"

the mechanical deck \n using marlo's gimmick on thread, done as a kind of side-ways card rise \n ron bauer \n edward marlo
1999
mechanical deck Ron Bauer, Edward Marlo

The Mechanical Deck

using Marlo's gimmick on thread, done as a kind of side-ways card rise

the okorto box routine \n coins in coin box penetrate out through hand, then box penetrates hand \n milton kort \n the o-korto box routine \n milton kort \n walter wilson \n ron bauer
1999
kort Milton Kort

The Okorto Box Routine

Coins in coin box penetrate out through hand, then box penetrates hand

the cursed ring \n ring through pencil \n ron bauer \n the ring on the wand \n dai vernon \n ring off pencil \n al schneider
2000
the cursed ring Ron Bauer

hornswoggled again! \n bills change total value several times \n ron bauer \n hornswoggled \n george starke \n hornswoggled \n george starke
2001
hornswoggled again! Ron Bauer

owed to poker dan \n five double-backers become five aces \n ron bauer \n roy johnson \n "poker dan" (roy johnson, everyman cards, 1981)
2001
owed to poker dan Ron Bauer, Roy Johnson

left-handed hank \n knot dissolves \n charlie miller \n ron bauer \n the knot that just won't \n al baker
2001
left-handed hank Charlie Miller, Ron Bauer

drawn instead of quartered \n "presentation two", bill changes into bill with drawing on it \n paul chosse \n ron bauer
2001
bar bill stunt Paul Chosse, Ron Bauer

Drawn Instead of Quartered

"Presentation Two", bill changes into bill with drawing on it

the powers' payoff \n "presentation three", bill changes into "inverted dollar" with center upside down \n michael powers \n ron bauer \n "inverted dollar" (mike powers, close-up variety pack)
2001
bar bill stunt Michael Powers, Ron Bauer

The Powers' Payoff

"Presentation Three", bill changes into "Inverted Dollar" with center upside down

the bauer befuddler \n "presentation four", bill changes into mis-made bill and inverted bill, using matchbox \n ron bauer
2001
bar bill stunt Ron Bauer

The Bauer Befuddler

"Presentation Four", bill changes into mis-made bill and inverted bill, using matchbox

butch, ringo & the sheep \n seven quarters, thieves & sheep with han ping chien coins across finale \n ron bauer
2002
butch, ringo & the sheep Ron Bauer

Butch, Ringo & the Sheep

seven quarters, thieves & sheep with han ping chien coins across finale

the en route principle explained \n on choreography of sleights
- a few examples of the en route principle from the first twelve of the rbps series \n ron bauer
2002
dixie Ron Bauer

The En Route Principle Explained

on choreography of sleights

A Few Examples of the En Route Principle From the First Twelve of the RBPS Series

fair & sloppy \n slop shuffle triumph, two-phase reveal: first all cards in one way, then selection turns over \n ron bauer
2002
fair & sloppy Ron Bauer

Fair & Sloppy

slop shuffle triumph, two-phase reveal: first all cards in one way, then selection turns over

chick trick \n wind-up toy chicken finds selections, credit information \n ron bauer \n "the hoppy" (ron bauer, new tops, march 1982)
2002
chick trick Ron Bauer

Chick Trick

wind-up toy chicken finds selections, credit information

four squares and a knot \n sympathetic silks with only four silks and one knot, observation test presentation \n ron bauer
2003
four squares and a knot Ron Bauer

Four Squares and a Knot

sympathetic silks with only four silks and one knot, observation test presentation

time machine \n three reds and blacks are alternated, ace of spades put in center of one half, the other half shuffled upside-down, all things are undone when traveled back in time \n edward marlo \n ron bauer \n "time machine" (ed marlo, ibidem #7)
2004
time machine Edward Marlo, Ron Bauer

Time Machine

three reds and blacks are alternated, Ace of Spades put in center of one half, the other half shuffled upside-down, all things are undone when traveled back in time

sidebar \n three way to double-turnover the top two of three cards, here with business cards
a. block push-off
b. single buckle
c. elmsley count \n ron bauer
2004
time machine Ron Bauer

Sidebar

three way to double-turnover the top two of three cards, here with business cards
A. Block Push-Off
B. Single Buckle
C. Elmsley Count

second finger top deal \n jacks shuffled into deck, yet shown on top, then dealt to partner as fake false dealing demo \n ron bauer \n "i won't play cards with him" (bill larson, sr.)
2004
second finger top deal Ron Bauer

Second Finger Top Deal

jacks shuffled into deck, yet shown on top, then dealt to partner as fake false dealing demo

thanks to david regal \n deck vanishes at the end by crumbling it up into little ball, no details \n david regal \n ron bauer
2005
all-outs think-of-a-card David Regal, Ron Bauer

Thanks to David Regal

deck vanishes at the end by crumbling it up into little ball, no details

final(ly) aces \n multiple phases, poker presentation \n brother john hamman \n ron bauer \n final aces \n brother john hamman
2006
final(ly) aces Brother John Hamman, Ron Bauer

further up the ladder \n further details on the up-the-ladder cut \n ron bauer \n charlie miller's up the ladder \n charlie miller
2006
final(ly) aces Ron Bauer

the big bag of tricks & the little black hat \n structure for a routine for children using a paper bag and a hat with slips with trick names
- synopsis of the david ginn version
- outline of format
- props for the basic outfit
- finally
- alternative continuity presentation using a "stamp album" or "coloring book" type gimmick... \n ron bauer
2008
the ron bauer 2008 lecture Ron Bauer

The Big Bag of Tricks & the Little Black Hat

structure for a routine for children using a paper bag and a hat with slips with trick names

Synopsis of the David Ginn Version

Outline of Format

Props for the Basic Outfit

Finally

Alternative Continuity Presentation Using a "Stamp Album" or "Coloring Book" Type Gimmick...

the false ring put on \n fake ring on stick move \n dai vernon \n ron bauer \n al schneider
2011
al schneider magic Dai Vernon, Ron Bauer, Al Schneider

technicolor elevator \n odd-backed, using gagnon spread control, split-back card \n tom gagnon \n "off color elevator" (milt kort & ron bauer, off color card tricks)
2011
avant-cards Tom Gagnon

Technicolor Elevator

odd-backed, using Gagnon Spread Control, split-back card

Inspired by

"Off Color Elevator" (Milt Kort & Ron Bauer, Off Color Card Tricks)