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Sixten
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(Dom, Don't be sorry. No one has more repeats and screw-ups than me! Smile
And, Hi, joseph)

Knocking Out The Aces

Mr. Michael Skinner
(Pg. #76/His book: "Classic Sampler")
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Happy Easter Sixten and all..

Spirited Card Stab .. (Ben Harris, Silent Running)...
"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler." (Einstein)...
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(Thank you, joseph. Everyone enjoy Sunday also! Smile )

Balancing Act

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(Pg. #173/"101 Clever Card Tricks"/Edited by: Cara Frost-Sharratt)
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Total Recall,
Mr. Paul Hallas, Magic From The Overground, p.147
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Lighter Than A Feather

Mr. Paul Gordon
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Quote:
On 2010-03-29 13:18, Axelchen wrote:
King Kut,
Frank Garcia, Super Subtle Card Miracles, p.52? (?German translated book)


This is a repeat (actually a creation of Father Cyprian, published in Garcia's book) so the list moves forward to Kling Klang.
We are still at "R."


I know that this game can be addicting, but you may want to explore some of the other Café threads, as well. Smile
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Good morning, Magiguy:

Axelchen's "King Kut" didn't count anyway. (I entered my entry, "Keeper Finder", right before his.)
He then entered his "Revenge of Norman Bates", in lieu of.

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"Riffle Weave, The".
Ed Marlo in "Faro Controlled Miracles" by same, page 3.
Onward w/"E".

Cardamagically,
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We don't stop playing when we grow old...we grow old when we stop playing.

God is enough, let go, let God. Gal 2:20

"Anything of value is not easily attained and those things which are easily attained are not of lasting value."



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Elmsley's Ultra Mental

Mr. Alex Elmsley
(Pg. #52/Mr. Ed Marlo's book: "Faro Controlled Miracles")
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"Locating The Aces".
Karl Fulves in "Faro & Riffle Technique" by same, page 43.
Onward w/"S".

Cardamagically,
DOM Smile Smile
We don't stop playing when we grow old...we grow old when we stop playing.

God is enough, let go, let God. Gal 2:20

"Anything of value is not easily attained and those things which are easily attained are not of lasting value."



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Spectator Finds Your Card, The

Mr. Kli Ban
(Pg. #348/"Encyclopedia of Card Tricks"/By: Mr. Jean Hugard, Mr. John Joseph Crimmins & Mr. Glen G. Gravatt)
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Dichotomy (J. W. Sarles)
The Pallbearers Review (January 1967, vol. 2, no. 3, pg. 75)
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"Yankee Doodle" Card, The

Unknown
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On 2010-03-31 17:38, Sixten wrote:
"Yankee Doodle" Card, The

Unknown
(Pg. #120/"Tarbell Course in Magic-Vol. 4"/By: Mr. Harlan Tarbell)


At first glance this effect is the same as the one already posted as "Yankee Doodle." Give me a few minutes to compare them...


Okay... they are essentially the same trick, but the Mertz version (from the Magic Menu, Vol. 1, No. 6, pg. 56) offers different methods of card selection, and for getting into position. I believe that the methods are different enough to allow Sixten's entry.

Continue with "D."
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Descendent
"Do you like card tricks" he asked.
I said no.
He did five
-W. Somerset Maugham
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On 2010-03-31 20:25, Spyder wrote:
Descendent


Sorry... cards only (assuming that you are referring to Jay Sankey's effect).

Back to "D."
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"Direct Jack Sandwich".
Mike Gallo in "BOF Volume II" by H. Lorayne, Page 20.
Onward w/"H".

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Dom Smile Smile
We don't stop playing when we grow old...we grow old when we stop playing.

God is enough, let go, let God. Gal 2:20

"Anything of value is not easily attained and those things which are easily attained are not of lasting value."



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How About This

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"Same-Color Direct Jack Sandwich".
Jay Marshall & Mike Gallo in "BOF Volume II" by H. Lorayne, page 26.
Onward W/"H".

Cardamagically,
DOM Smile Smile
We don't stop playing when we grow old...we grow old when we stop playing.

God is enough, let go, let God. Gal 2:20

"Anything of value is not easily attained and those things which are easily attained are not of lasting value."



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Heartless

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