The routines use subtle moves and principles rather than difficult sleight of hand to produce entertaining card effects that anyone can do. More important, no gimmicks, and no set-ups whatsoever. Grab an ordinary, even borrowed deck of cards and amaze your spectators with incredible card effects.
- KLONDIKE SEPARATION (Werner Miller): Using only the face cards (Kings, Queens and Jacks) you magically separate them into three groups (all Kings, all Queens, all Jacks).
- DOUBLE TALK (Richard Vollmer): Two spectators each select a card. Both cards are lost. The spectators find them without the magician even touching the cards (or so it seems!)
- LADY SPELL (Jon Racherbaumer): A card is selected and lost. A spectator names a name of a woman and when it is spelled the last card reveals the selection.
- THIRTEEN DOWN (Peter Duffie): You place a prediction in view. A spectator selects a card and this card is found thanks to a magical procedure, part of which uses the prediction.
- THE KINGS AND I (Aldo Colombini): The four Kings are shuffled into the deck and revealed in a surprising manner.
- ELEVON (Aldo Colombini): A unique elevator routine using the AC, 2C and 3C with a stunning finish.
- THE GIPSY SHUFFLE (Tom Daugherty): Two cards are selected and at the end they are revealed in a very magical and surprising way.
- SLOSHED OR SOBER (Paul Gordon): Under seemingly impossible conditions, a spectator finds two mates in a shuffled deck.
- MIDNIGHT (Aldo Colombini): Two Jacks vanish from one packet and reappear reversed in another packet with a selected card between them.
- BRIDGES (Aldo Colombini): Two spectators freely select a card from two packets. Dealing cards from the two packets simultaneously, the two cards show up at the same time.