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Hopping Halfs (Cant remember by who)
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Hi, Paul, & welcome.

Card tricks/effects, along with sleights only.

Back to "H"...

:)
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Hunter,s Monte - Rudy T. Hunter
Dealer item.
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Sorry did'nt realise it was only cards

effin'cannibals by Paul Gordon
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Paul,

Your 'above' entry is a repeat. (See the master list, on the previous page.)
Also check, all the entries, after the list. Just to make sure your effect wasn't already threaded.

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E-Y-E Trick

Mr. Edward Victor
(Section: 9, no. 150/Mr. Ken Brooke's book: "Ken Brooke's Magic The Unique Years")

This entry is a repeat also. (Just saw that it started out with "Edward Victor's...)

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Erasing the Pips

Mr. John Clucas Cannell
(Chapter: 9, #284/His book: "Modern Conjuring for Amateurs" (1938))
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Set and Match (Lewis Jones)
Seventh Heaven (pg. 49)
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The Homing Card - Larry Jennings(The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings pg. 171)
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" The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed." - Albert Einstein
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Hi Cardician,
Welcome to the game. Sorry, but that's a repeat. Care to try again?
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WOW....I looked at the list and still missed it....HAHA. Sorry
I took the Pledge

" The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed." - Albert Einstein
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Homing Card Plus - Card College Vol. 2 Pg. 288
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" The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed." - Albert Einstein
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Sudden Impact..(Darwin Ortiz from his 2nd Lecture dvd..) ...
"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler." (Einstein)...
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Traveling Chosen Card

Mr. Edward Glassman, Ph.D.
(Item #19/His book: "Family Magic-II")
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On 2010-06-20 01:24, TheCardician1981 wrote:
Homing Card Plus - Card College Vol. 2 Pg. 288


(According to Mr. Denis Behr's book archive site, he credits the following:
Francis Carlyle, Jimmy Grippo & Philippe Socrate.)

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Hmmm... I've done a bit more research and it seems that there are two different effects with the name Homing Card. Other than the Jennings version already listed (of which there are multiple versions by multiple performers, such as Fred Kaps, for one), there is also an effect (very different) by Francis Carlyle, which can be found in Stars of Magic. I'm going to add it to a future update, for the sake of completeness.

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On 2010-06-20 09:32, Sixten wrote:
Quote:
On 2010-06-20 01:24, TheCardician1981 wrote:
Homing Card Plus - Card College Vol. 2 Pg. 288


(According to Mr. Denis Behr's book archive site, he credits the following:
Francis Carlyle, Jimmy Grippo & Philippe Socrate.)

Onward with "D"...


Giobbi actually states that the trick is a variation of their work, so I would credit this back to Giobbi. Also, see my previous post regarding "Homing Card," and "The Homing Card."
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Thanks, Magiguy. (The "C.C."(s) are on my buy list.) Smile

Onward with "D"...
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...and I am in the game again... Thanks, Sixten for your kind words of June 14...and a note from the WHALEY regarding HOMING CARD:

"Homing Card, (The)
1.n. Generally, any effect where a playing card vanishes and returns whence it came.
[rare]
Jargon by 1945 Hugard in HMM, 106, re a return to the deck; 1946 Al Cohn in HMM, 241, re return to card case; 1947 Carlyle in Stars of Magic, Series 4, re a repeat card-to-pocket effect; 1988 Waters, re Carlyle's return-to-pocket.
2.n. Specifically, the effect where an odd playing card (say 1 black among 6 reds) in a packet is repeatedly removed yet returns each time.
[rare]
Invented by Fred Braue (based on an effect by Tenkai) and first published by him in 1948. A pet effect of William Zavis, Fred Kaps, Elizabeth Warlock, and Bob Sheets. REF: Hugard & Braue, Showstoppers with Cards (1948), 13.
Jargon by 1969 Jennings in A. Sharpe; 1981 Miesel; 1984 Busby in Epoptica #6; 1988 Waters; 1989 Kaufman; 1990 Wedler; 1992 Zavis in Collectors' Forum; 1997 Warlock in LR.
Also called "The Forgotten Card Trick" by Dai Vernon in his lecture notes; 1984 Busby in Epoptica #6."

... and to return to "D"-->

Dr. Brochu's Card Force

(Dr. R. Brochu in THE SPHINX vo.42 (1944) no.11 p.264)
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(You're very welcome, Mr. MueCard, & welcome 'home'. Smile )

Onward with "E"...

(Now, that I located my 'list'.)

Exhibition of Thought Reading, An

Mr. John Clucas Cannell
(Chapter: 2/#36/His book: "Modern Conjuring for Amateurs")

Onward with "G"...
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