More magic from the pages of Peter Warlock’s
- COIN GO (Phoa Yan Tiong): A coin placed into the folds of a banknote (bill) disappears.
- ANSWER TO A PROBLEM (Francis Haxton): Three cards from a blue-backed deck are placed on the table. A spectator selects three cards from a red-backed deck and they match the previous cards.
- GILS’ GAME (Peter Kane-Gustave Southall): An amazing routine with a gambling theme with several climaxes.
- THE THREE FOUR ACES (Herb Runge): A very easy and unique four-ace assembly.
- TRIODENAL CARDS (Peter McDonald): You leave a prediction in view. Two cards are selected by two spectators. The prediction says: THE JOKER IS BETWEEN YOUR CARDS and sure enough, when you spread the cards, the spectators see just that.
- SHADE SIX (Arthur Carter): Six cards with colored spots on them are shown and one is selected. You predicted that selection.
- PASSE TRICK (Martin Gardner): Two sponge balls are shown. They are placed one in each hand. A magic ‘passe’ and one hand is empty while the other hand contains two balls. It is now a classic.
- SPELLING CARD (Herbert Milton): A card is freely selected and replaced. After a few questions you reveal the card.
- SECURITY EXPRESS (Milton Kort): The four Aces are placed between the two red Jacks. They disappear and reappear between the two black Jacks.
- THE GATHERING OF THE COURT CARDS (Nick Trost): You deal nine cards from the deck, Jacks, Queens and Kings mixed together. With only a ‘tap on the back of the cards, they now have assembled so that the trios consist of three Jacks, three Queens and three Kings.