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Card College Light (2006)
Originally published in German as Roberto Light (1988).
Table of Contents
The Presentation of Sleightless Card Tricks
T.N.T - The magician reveals two cards chosen in a way that would seem to make this utterly impossible.
Intuition - Through the power of intuition, two spectators are able to separate the shuffled deck into red and black cards.
The Telephone Trick - The performer's medium is called and is able to discern over the telephone the card freely selected from a shuffled deck.
Thot Echo - Someone selects two cards under the fairest conditions, and the magician succeeds in finding them.
Royal Flush - Ten cards randomly chosen by a spectator are thoroughly shuffled by him and then dealt into two poker hands. The magician's hand is shown to be a royal flush!
The Waiwiki Shuffle - A subconsciously controlled swing of a pendulum reveals to the performer the identity of a chosen card.
Fingertip Sensitivity - The magician guesses the actions a person performs with a packet of cards under the table.
Muscle Reading - Someone chooses any card and shuffles it back into the deck. Thanks to the magician's ability to read this person's unconscious muscle impulses, he is able to successfully find the card.
The Lie Detector - Someone notes a card and shuffles it back into the deck. She next takes seven indifferent cards, keeps them hidden and calls their names to the magician; but for one of the indifferent cardss she calls the name of the card she selected. Because the magician possesses the sensitivity of a lie detector, he is able, unbelievable as it may seem, to discover the woman's card!
The Circus Card Trick - After the audience has become convinced that the performer has failed to find a selected card, he manages to save the situation in a surprising and amusing way.
The Fingerprint - A freely chosen card is replaced in the deck by the spectator, under the strictest conditions. In spite of this, the magician is able to find the card by means of the "fingerprints" left on it!
Magical Match - The magician twice determines, in an inexplicable manner, the exact number of cards the spectator has cut from the pack.
Cards Never Lie! - Someone selects a card and shuffles it back into the deck. The magician asks three questions about the cards, and his subject either lies or tells the truth. Nevertheless, the performer is able not only to ascertain the chosen card, but he also immediately produces the other three cards of the same value!
Digital Dexterity - A chosen card is shuffled back into the deck by the person who selected it, and the deck is placed into the magician's pocket. With seemingly unbelievable dexterity, he is able to fish the chosen card out of the deck!
Think Stop! - Someone freely selects a card, and then shuffles it back into the deck. Nevertheless, the magician is able to find the card through that person's silent thought-command alone.
Card Caper - Two spectators each select a card from a deck that they shuffle themselves. They further shuffle their cards back into the deck. Nevertheless, the magician is able to find both spectators' cards in an astonishing manner.
In the Hands - Someone from the audience shuffles a deck of cards and remembers two of them, which he himself loses back into the deck. In spite of these impossible conditions, the magician is able to locate both noted cards.
Back to the Future - The magician transports himself into the future, memorizes what happens there, returns to the past, and then predicts the occurrence in the present: a confusing story with a clear effect.
Manto - The magician writes a prediction and places it inside the cards case, which a spectator gurards. An audience member and the performer mix the cards face up into face down, throwing the deck into a chaotic condition. Nonetheless, the prediction states how many cards lie face up and how many of those are black and how many are red!
Vernon's Miracle - The magician finds a card selected under the fairest conceivable conditions.
That is the Question - The magician askes no questions, yet he answers them while guessing and finding a freely and fairly thought-of card.
A list of recommended books on card magic.
Further background on the tricks.