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1964

A Snappy LiftThe Gen (September 1964, p. 130)
Lift No. 2
The Gen (September 1964, p. 130)
Coin Thru The Hand
Genii (December 1964, p. 194)
Reaping The Aces
Genii (December 1964, p. 220)
 

1965

Unmatchable Matches—Genii (January 1965, p. 269)

Prefiguration—Genii (February 1965, p. 313)

The Larry Jennings Chop Cup Routine—Genii (March 1965)

The Peripatetic Coins—Genii (April 1965, p. 425)

 

1967

Nowhere And Everywhere (First handling)—M-U-M (May 1967)

Nowhere And Everywhere (Second handling)—M-U-M (June 1967)

Coin In Deck—The Gen (June 1967)

Idea for the Free Cut Principle—Free Cut Principle (Finnell, 1967)

 

Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (Ganson, 1967)

Tell-Tale Aces (p. 49)

Larreverse (p. 59)

The Jennings False Cut (p. 60)

Double Reverse (p. 63)

Peeked Card Reverse (p. 64)

Gambler’s Triumph (p. 67)

The Changing Of The Guard (p. 75)

Monarchs’ Quartette (p. 83)

Monarchs Quartette—Plus (p. 85)

All Around Square Up (p. 155)

Jennings Top Palm (p. 157)

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Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (Nina Jennings, July 1967)

Stand Up Coins Across

Coins Through The Table

22 Cent Trick

Vernon’s Three Ball Routine Done With Coins

Numerical Aces

Add-On Move Aces

Follow The Leader

Blank And Blue Routine

The Lar-Reverse

Roy Walton’s “Oil and Water”

Refigured Pre-Figuration

Number Transposition

Alex Elmsley’s “Cards In Hand”

Bluff Ace Assembly (Edward Marlo)

The Impossible Count-Down

No Where And Every Where

Tally-Ho Spell

 

1968

Idea for J.W. Sarles’ “Strange Sympathy”—The Pallbearers Review (Fulves, September 1968, p. 206)

 

1969

Expert Card Mysteries (Sharpe, 1969)

Jennings’ Open Travellers (p. 41)

The Turncoat (p. 44)

Homing Card (p. 48)

Refigured Pre-Figuration (p. 50)

Larry’s One To Five (p. 51)

Jennings’ Visitor (p. 53)

 

The Future Gambler—The Cardiste Number 13 (Shelley, 1969, p. 29)

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1970

Lecture Notes (Hollywood Roosevelt Lecture) (Nina Jennings, 1970)

Coins Through The Table

Twenty Two Cent Trick

Vernon’s Ball Routine Done With Coins

Stand-Up Coins Across

Coin Cut

A Handling Of “Between Your Palms”

Transmutation

Challenge Cards To Pocket

Where’s The Discrepancy

Look—An Illusion

The Larry Jennings Chop Cup Routine

 

Genii (May 1970)

22 Cent Trick (p. 399)

Look—An Illusion (p. 400)

Lie Detector (p. 402)

Larry’s Challenge Cards To Pocket (p. 403)

Larry Jennings’ Single Cup And Balls Routine (p. 405)

L. J.’s Transmutation (p. 409)

 

Even Money—The Pallbearers Review (Fulves, July 1970, p. 347)

L.J. Collectors—Epilogue No. Ten (Fulves, November 1970, p. 1)

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1972

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (Larry Jennings’s Card Technique) (Kato, 1972)

Chapter 1—Positions

    Dealing Position

    Biddle Position

    Break

Chapter 2—Break

    How To Make A Break 1

    How To Make A Break 2

    How To Make A Break 3 (Pinky Count)

    Keeping Break

Chapter 3—Spread

    Spread Between The Hands

    Ribbon Spread

    Turn Over Of The Spread

    Trick—Oboeta Card

    Trick—Shippaiwa Seikouno Moto (U.F. Grant)

    Larry & Kato’s Conversation

Chapter 4—Cut

    Cut 1

    Cut 2

    Double Cut

Chapter 5—Overhand Shuffle

    Overhand Shuffle

    From Bottom To Top, From Top To Bottom

    Bottom Cards Slip

    Run

    In-jog, Undercut

    Control With Overhand Shuffle

Chapter 6—Riffle Shuffle

    Riffle Shuffle

    Glimpse Of Top Card And Bottom Card

    Keeping Top Card And Bottom Card

Chapter 7—Control

    Overhand Shuffle Control

    Control With Crimp Card

    Trick—Flourish Escape

Chapter 8—Pass

    Classic Pass

    Riffle Pass

    Control With Pass

    Break By Side-jog

    Trick—Tantei Card

Chapter 9—Palm

    Palm

    Top Palm

    Replacement

    Replacement Control

    Gambler’s Bottom Palm

    Trick—A Card In Pocket

Chapter 10—Double Lift

    Dai Vernon’s Double Lift

    Variation

    Hit Method

    Triple Lift

    Multiple Lift

    Trick—Throwing Card Stab

    Larry & Kato’s Conversation

Chapter 11—Glide

    Change By Glide

    Force By Glide

    False Count By Glide

    Trick—Stop Card

    Trick—Waratte Kudasai

Chapter 12—Secret Addition

    Secret Addition 1

    Secret Addition 2

    Secret Addition 3

    Push-Off Multiple Lift

    Secret Addition 4

Chapter 13—Change

    Top Change

    Hofzinser Top Change

    Mexican Turn-over

    Bottom Top Change

    Trick—Yonbunno Ichino Kiseki (Hideo Kato)

Chapter 14—False Count

    Buckle Count

    Buckle Count To Table

    Biddle Move

    False Count By Biddle Move 1

    False Count By Biddle Move 2

    Trick—Akato Kurono Mistake

    Trick—Four Ace Prologue

    Conversation Of Larry & Kato

Chapter 15—Reverse

    Bottom Card Reverse

    Rotating Card Reverse

    Action Reverse

    Trick—Anatano Ushirode (Hideo Kato)

Chapter 16—Crimp, Bridge

    Crimp 1

    Crimp 2

    Crimp 3

    Mexican Joe’s Crimp

    Cut At Crimp

    Vertical Bridge

    Side-way Bridge

    Trick—Saigono Ichimai

    Trick—Saltless

    Trick—Coin Cut (Larry Jennings)

Chapter 17—Glimpse

    Top Card Glimpse 1

    Top Card Glimpse 2

    Top Card Glimpse 3

    Bottom Card Glimpse 1

    Bottom Card Glimpse 2

    Trick—Emotional Reaction (Dai Vernon)

    Conversation Of Larry & Kato

Chapter 18—Force

    Classic Force

    Riffle Force

    Trick—Yomaino Icchi

Chapter 19—Tilt

    Tilt

    Trick—Chiisana Kiseki

    Trick—Transposition In The Pack (Hideo Kato)

Chapter 20—Other Sleights

    Dribble Off

    Secret Subtraction

    Double Card Put-down

    Turn Over Keeping Break

    Charlier Cut

    Color Change

Chapter 21—Card Magic Collection

    Open Travellers (Larry Jennings)

    Final Touch (Larry Jennings)

    Okashina Dekigoto (Larry Jennings)

    Gambler’s Aces (Larry Jennings)

    Observation In Color (Larry Jennings)

    Reaping The Aces (Larry Jennings)

    Prefiguration (Larry Jennings)

    Visitor (Larry Jennings)

    Oil & Water In Tokyo Bay (Hideo Kato)

    Comedy Dunbury Delusion (Hideo Kato)

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Trinary Metastasis—Epilogue No. Fourteen (Fulves, March 1972, p. 3)

O. Henry Find—Kabbala (Racherbaumer, March 1972, p. 53)

Bottom Slip Cut—The Pallbearers Review (Fulves, June 1972, p. 530)

Twist’ In—Kabbala (Racherbaumer, July 1972, p. 87)

Two Placement Cuts—The Pallbearers Review (Fulves, December 1972, p.   580)

 

1973

3 Reverses—Epilogue No. Seventeen (Fulves, March 1973, p. 5)

A Surprise Package (Jennings/Garcia)—Super Subtle Card Miracles (Garcia, 1973, p. 182)

A Multiple Palm—Rim Shots (Lorayne, 1973, p. 62) 

 

1975

Gambler’s Aces—Riffle Shuffle Technique Part Two (Fulves, 1975, p. 102)

Side Rise—Epilogue No. Twenty-Three (Fulves, March 1975, p. 2)

King’s Triumph—Hierophant No. 7 (Racherbaumer, 1975, p. 31)

 

Epilogue Special No. 3 (Larry Jennings Issue, Part One) (Fulves, 1975)

The “Changling” Routine (p. 1)

Gambler’s Bottom Deal (p. 2)

The L.J. Move (p. 3)

Simplex LJ Switch (p. 4)

Jennings Transpo (p. 4)

Royal Triumph (p. 5)

New Theory Mexican (p. 7)

Bottom Placement (p. 8)

Placement Trap (p. 9)

Multiple Trap (p. 9)

Observation Test (p. 10)

Curry Transposition (p. 11)

“Trapped” With The Pass (p. 11)

‘Trapped’ With The Placement (p. 12)

Final Touch (p. 12)

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Epilogue Special No. 3 (Larry Jennings Issue, Part Two (Fulves, 1975)

An Ambitious Classic (p. 13)

Turnabout Peek (p. 16)

L.J. Collectors (p. 16)

Card Minus One (p. 18)

The Snap Second Deal (p. 19)

Impromptu Wild Card (p. 21)

Instant Aces (p. 23)

Ala Elmsley (p. 24)

 

1976

Stabbed Coincidence (Busby, 1976)

The Coin And Beer Can (Busby, 1976)

Coins And Handkerchief—Pabular (Robinson, November 1976, p. 325)

 

1977

Larry Jennings On Card & Coin Handling (Nina Jennings, Busby, Lenier, Miller)

Twenty Two Cent Trick (p. 1)

L.J. Coins Through The Table (p. 7)

Vernon Ball Routine Done With Coins (p. 9)

L.J. Four Coins Across (p. 13)

Coin Cut (p. 14)

Challenge Cards To Pocket (p. 21)

Tally-Ho Spell (p. 26)

Blank And Blue (p. 27)

Numerical Aces (p. 30)

Look—An Illusion (p. 31)

Number Transposition (p. 37)

Nowhere And Everywhere Again (p. 38)

A Handling Of “Between Your Palms” (p. 39)

Where’s The Discrepancy? (p. 41)

Transmutation (p. 42)

Larry’s Leader (p. 47)

Impossible Countdown (p. 48)

Recount (p. 50)

Add-On Move Aces (p. 51)

The Larry Jennings Chop Cup Routine (p. 57)

 

The Magician’s Magicians’ Routine—Wild Card Mysteries (Garcia, 1977, p. 52)

The Larry Jennings Chop Cup Routine—Arcane Number 8 (Prost, October 1977)

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1979

Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolics Lecture Notes (1979)

Gambler’s Aces (p. 1)

Coins And Handkerchief (p. 10)

The General Card (p. 17)

Lie Detector (p. 20)

The Skip Tracer (p. 22)

Spectator’s Choice (p. 25)

Cup & Ball Routine (p. 28)

 

Japan Lecture Notes (1979)

Double Shakeout (p. 1)

Jennings Turnover Switch (p. 1)

Here And There (p. 2)

Lonesome Travellers (p. 3)

Jennings Bill Switch (p. 5)

Peppermint Twist (p. 6)

A Wrong Card Turns Right (p. 7)

L.J. “Collectors” II (p. 8)

Spectators Choice (p. 25) (This and the next two items were taken from Larry’s F.F.F.F. notes which accounts for their odd pagination.)

The General Card (p. 17)

Gambler’s Aces (p. 1)

 

Double Double—Pabular (Robinson, July 1979, p. 701)

 

1980

Larry Jennings’ Card-In-Envelope Wallet (Busby, 1980)

A Reverse Elevator—Arcane No. One (Busby, 1980)

Bonus—Exclusive Card Miracles (Garcia, 1980, p. 16)

Impossible Location (Jennings/Skinner)—Exclusive Card Secrets (Garcia, 1980, p. 21)

The General Card—Apocalypse (Lorayne, June 1980, p. 349)

 

1981

Larry Jennings’ Prophet—The Chronicles No. 29 (Fulves, 1981, p. 1351)

Instant Aces—Millennium Aces (Fulves, 1981, p. 83)

A Wrong Card Turns Right—Arcane No. Five (Busby, September 1981)

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1982

Departure From A Point—Apocalypse (Lorayne, January 1982, p. 577)

Natural Reverse Double Undercut—Card Finesse (Racherbaumer, p. 55)

 

A Visit With Larry Jennings (Patton, Vergilio, 1982)

Uni-Flection (p. 1)

A Royal Twist (p. 3)

“Hofzinser Ace Problem” Solution (p. 3)

….Always Cut The Cards (p. 4)

A Logical Conclusion (p. 4)

Impossible (p. 5)

Structured (p. 6)

F.T.L. & R.T.D. Aces (p. 6)

Direct Flight Card To Case (p. 8)

 

Best Of Friends (Lorayne, 1982)

Count Me In (p. 88)

Open Control (p. 92)

Spectator-Peek Glimpse (p. 501)

Try To Remember (p. 504)

All Systems Go (p. 507)

 

1983

Bottomed—Apocalypse (Lorayne, January 1983, p. 730)

Astro-Card—Richard’s Almanac (Kaufman, May 1983, p. 73)

Duffer’s Two Cards To Pocket—Epoptica (Busby, June 1983, p. 229)

 

The New York Magic Symposium Close Up/Stage Collection Two (Kaufman, 1983)

Morlock’s Revenge (p. 56)

Your Best Suit (p. 60)

 

Early 1980s

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 1 (video) (Mayer, early 1980s)

EZ Coins Across

Synchronicity

Maestro’s Poker Demonstration

Single Cup And Ball

 

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 (video) (Mayer, early 1980s)

Coin Cut

Prefiguration

3 Coins Thru Table

Impossible

The Chop Cup

Reverse Card In The Deck

Turn And Take Bottom

One Hand Bottom Palm

 

1984

Getting Across—Apocalypse (Lorayne, January 1984, p. 870)

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Richard's Almanac 17-18 (Larry Jennings Issue) (Kaufman, January-February 1984)

The Purloined Thought (p. 163)

Meta-ssembly (p. 165)

Cut As I Cut (p. 167)

Silver Ascending (p. 169)

Circle Shift (p. 171)

The Searchers (p. 172)

Just Think… (p. 174)

They Vanish! (p. 175)

 

False Cut—Genii (February 1984, p. 123)

Turn And Take Bottom Deal—Revelations (Vernon, 1984, p. ii)

The Mystery Card—West Coast Quarterly Winter 1984 (Nelson, p. 9) and Summer 1984 (Nelson, p. 3)

L.J.’s Prophecy—Richard’s Almanac 23-24 (Kaufman, July-August 1984, p. 227)

The Return Of The Future Gambler (Jennings/Busby)—Epoptica Yearbook (Busby, 1984, p. 289)

 

1985

Lake Tahoe Card Magic (Maxwell, 1985)

Memoreverse (p. 55)

Oil & Perrier (p. 57)

Larry Jennings All Backs Routine (p. 62)

The Devilish Miracle (p. 67)

The Close-Up Illusion (p. 70)

 

Richard’s Almanac (Kaufman, Spring 1985)

Make Me Small (p. 246)

Hold Tight (p. 256)

 

The Toss Of A Coin—Richard’s Almanac Summer 1985 (Kaufman, 299)

Ten-Cent Quickie—Don England’s Gaffed To The Hilt! (Racherbaumer, 1985, p.41)

The L.J. Add-OnThe New York Magic Symposium Collection Four (Minch, 1985, p. 97)

 

1986

“Can’t Be Done”—Apocalypse (Lorayne, January 1986, p. 1153)

Wallet Deck Switch—Magical Arts Journal (Ammar, Fleishcher, September 1986, p. 1)

Orient ExpressThe New York Magic Symposium Collection Five (Minch, 1986, p.113)

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The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (Maxwell, 1986)

The L.J. Way (This appears only in the deluxe edition.)

Always Cut The Cards (p. 1)

Always Cut The Cards Production (p. 2)

2002 Aces (p. 4)

Spectator Touches The Aces (p. 6)

Twisting The Plot (p. 7)

The Spectator Cops The Silver (p. 8)

Synchronicity (p. 10)

Misdirection Cards To Pocket (p. 15)

A Problem With Hofzinser (p. 17)

In The Palm Of Your Hand (p. 20)

The Bet (p. 22)

Peripatetic Coins (p. 24)

The Immaculate Insertion (p. 27)

The Bonus Trick (p. 29)

The Mystery Card (p. 34)

Plotting The Twist Aces (p. 39)

The Hook (p. 40)

Impossible (p. 44)

Well Oiled Reset (p. 46)

The Jennings Opener (p. 48)

The Pacoima Solution (p. 50)

The Card In The Beer Bottle (p. 53)

Heads I Win, Tails You Lose (p. 54)

7-Up (p. 56)

Shut Up And Deal (p. 60)

The Maestro’s Poker Demonstration (p. 64)

The Jennings Revelation (p. 71)

The Chinese Connection (p. 75)

Visual Copper And Silver (p. 78)

The Optical Prediction (p. 80)

L.J. Ten Card Problem Variation (p. 81)

The Card In The Hat (p. 84)

The Courting Queen (p. 88)

Easy Expert Coins Across (p. 89)

Collectors I (p. 92)

Ambitious Classic (p. 95)

Royal Twist (p. 98)

Gambler’s Aces (p. 102)

Coins And Handkerchief (p. 107)

The General Card (p. 113)

The Lie Detector (p. 115)

The Skip Tracers (p. 117)

Spectator’s Choice (p. 119)

Twist’ In (p. 122)

King’s Triumph (p. 124)

The Observation Test (p. 126)

Collectors II (p. 129)

Reaping The Aces I & II (p. 130)

Standing Three Eagles (p. 132)

Departure From A Point (p. 134)

Ambitious Classic Variation (p. 136)

Any Ace Called For (p. 138)

Open Travellers (p. 144)

The Travelling Expert (p. 150)

One To Five (p. 154)

Prefiguration (p. 156)

The Visitor (p. 159)

Triple Discovery (p. 163)

Last Minute Visitor (p. 165)

Impromptu Wildcard (p. 168)

The Homing Card (p. 171)

The Wave Vanish (p. 174)

Homing Card Variation (p. 177)

Wallet Deck Switch (p. 179)

Uni-flection (p. 184)

Jennings On Vernon’s Triumph (p. 188)

Collectors III (p. 191)

Fan-Stab-Stic (p. 195)

Twist’ In II (p. 198)

L.J. On Leipzig’s Sympathetic Cards (p. 201)

The Visiting Expert (p. 206)

Dice-O-Matic (p. 211)

Distributraction (p. 213)

The Jennings Bill Switch (p. 216)

Bill Switch Application (p. 217)

Clink-A-Clink Coins Across (Jennings/Falanga) (p. 219)

Out-Standing Triumph (p. 223)

Cut Reverse I (p. 226)

Cut Reverse II (p. 227)

Instant Aces (p. 229)

Slap Me Again (p. 231)

Ambidextrous Travellers (p. 233)

The Snap Lift (p. 238)

The Center Lift (p. 239)

The L.J. Toss (p. 241)

Double Think (p. 243)

Spectator’s Triumph (p. 246)

Larry Jennings’ Single Cup & Balls Routine (p. 249)

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1987

Neoclassics (Minch, 1987)

High-C (p. 1)

Intuitively Yours (p. 15)

Anastasia (p. 31)

 

Retrospective Lie Detector (Jennings/Cervon)—Genii (January 1987, p. 494)

Turning Braue Around (Jennings/Cervon)—Genii (February 1987, p. 576)

Bagging It With Rollins (Jennings/Cervon/Rollins)—Genii (April 1987, p. 723)

About-Face Gymnastic Aces—Richard’s Almanac Winter 1985 (published in 1987) (Kaufman, p. 351).

T.N.T. Top Change—Genii (October 1987, p. 257)

 

1988

Eidetic—The Vernon Chronicles, Volume Two (Minch, p. 188)

 

The Cardwright (Maxwell, 1988)

Larry’s Favorite (p. 1)

Australian Poker (p. 5)

Double Revelation (p. 8)

Open Card Change (p. 11)

Long Distance Sandwich (p. 14)

Secret Reverse (p. 17)

Royal Reverse (p. 23)

Vanish And Reappearance Of A Card (p. 25)

The Daley Jennings (p. 28)

Birds Of A Feather (p. 30)

First Impressions (p. 33)

The Little Princess (p. 38)

Princess In Waiting (p. 45)

Three As Four Count (p. 49)

Twisted In The Middle (p. 54)

One Simple Twist (p. 59)

One Thought Behind (p. 60)

Red Rover Aces (p. 66)

Slap Aces (p. 73)

Lost And Found (p. 82)

Lost And Found Again (p. 89)

Undercut Aces (p. 91)

Larrollover Aces (p. 96)

Spectator Cuts The Aces #1111 (p. 102)

Spectator Cuts The Aces Again (p. 109)

Subliminal Aces (p. 111)

Slow-Motion Larry (p. 112)

Cloudburst Aces (p. 122)

Covers For The One-Handed Bottom Palm (p. 129)

One-Way Deck Techniques (p. 134)

Jennings False Cut (p. 137)

The Cream Always Rises (p. 140)

Stud Bottom Deal (p. 143)

Snap Second Deal Applications (p. 148)

The Snap Double Lift (p. 148)

The Snap Second Deal (p. 150)

The Snap Stud Second Deal (p. 152)

The Snap Second Turnover (p. 153)

Seconds, Thirds, Fourths, Etc. (p. 154)

The Face Up Snap Double Lift (p. 155)

Slow-Motion Card To Pocket (p. 156)

Bottom Placement (p. 159)

Placement Trap (p. 162)

Multiple Trap (p. 163)

The Tactile Change (p. 165)

Double Shake-Out (p. 169)

Peppermint Twist (p. 172)

A Logical Conclusion (p. 177)

Here And There (p. 179)

The Changeling (p. 181)

A Routine For The Mullica Wallet (p. 183)

Structured (p. 188)

Hofzinser’s Business Card Problem (p. 192)

Hofzinser Sans Wallet (p. 196)

You Can Always Count On Your Wallet (p. 197)

Copper To Silver Times Two (p. 200)

 

1990

The Post-Pineapple Surprise—Cardfixes (Racherbaumer, 1990, p. 151)

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Up In Smoke And Other Tantalizing Mysteries (Parker, 1990)

Magician Makes Good (p. 3)

Gambler’s Kings To Magician’s Pocket (p. 4)

Tahoe Triumph (p. 7)

New Outstanding Triumph (p. 9)

Up In Smoke (p. 12)

Jokers And Jacks (p. 16)

A Handy Transformation (p. 18)

The Psychological Side-Step (p. 19)

Hip Pocket Prediction (p. 22)

Flawed Transposition (p. 23)

Oil And Water (p. 26)

K.J.V. Oil And Water (p. 31)

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1991

Twisted Trio (Jennings/Dingle/Skinner)—Magic (September 1991, p. 32)

 

1992

A Natural Beauty—Magic (January 1992, p. 40)

untitledProfile No. 6 (February 1992, no page #)

Handling Of “Two-Ton Transpo”—Magic (April 1992, p. 54)

Face-Up Plunger Lie Detector—Magic (June 1992, p. 50)

 

Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (Kaufman)

Four Cards To Pockets (p. 2)

Thought Card To Pocket (p. 4)

Slow-Motion Five-Card Ace Assembly (p. 6)

LJ Version Of Vernon’s Slow-Motion Ace Assembly (p. 9)

Thought Card To Pocket (p. 12)

Four Jokers To Royal Flush (p. 14)

Kings And Queens (p. 15)

LJ Handling Of Frank Lane’s “Winning Hand Deal” (p. 18)

An Elevator Trick (p. 19)

Aces To Pockets (p. 20)

 

Classic Magic—The Larry Jennings Video (Maxwell, 1992)

The Invisible Palm

The Homing Card

Impossible

The Jennings Revelation

Always Cut The Cards

The Visitor

The Mystery Card

Ambitious Classic

Ambidextrous Travellers

The Close-Up Illusion

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1993

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (Larry Jennings’s Card Technique) (Kato, 1993 edition)—This edition contains the following changes from the 1972 edition.

Chapter 21—Other Sleights 2

    Elmsley Count

    Jordan Count

    Hamman Count

    Flushtration Count

Chapter 22—Card Magic Collection

    Open Travellers (Larry Jennings)

    Final Touch (Larry Jennings)

    Okashina Dekigoto (Larry Jennings)

    Gambler’s Aces (Larry Jennings)

    Observation In Color (Larry Jennings)

    Reaping The Aces (Larry Jennings)

    Prefiguration (Larry Jennings)

    Visitor (Larry Jennings)

    Oil & Water In Tokyo Bay (Hideo Kato)

    Comedy Dunbury Delusion (Hideo Kato)

    Facsimile (Dr. Sawa)

    Tycoon Aces (Tomo Maeda)

    Kokorono Nakade (Tooru Suzuki)

    Double Down (Yuuichi Katakura)

    Harlem Dungeon (Tomoyuki Shimomura)

    International Card Trick (Hiroshi Kondo)

 

Walking Man—Magic (April 1993, p. 56)

Getting To Nine—Magic (July 1993, p. 53)

All Up The Sleeves—Magic (August 1993, p. 54)

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1994

Back Off Sans Gaff—Magic (January 1994, p. 52)

You Call It—Rules Of Thumb Vol. 1 (video) (Ashton-Evans, 1994)

Sugar Vanish & Reproduction—Rules Of Thumb Vol. 3 (video) (Ashton-Evans, 1994)

 

The A-1 All-Stars Volume 1 (video) (Maxwell, 1994)

A Logical Conclusion

Peripatetic Coins

The Pacoima Solution

The Lie Detector

 

Magic (September 1994)

The Los Angeles Hop (p. 34)

A Coin Switch, Naturally (p. 36)

Breakup Flight (p. 37)

The Christ Aces Redone (p. 39)

 

1995

Thoughts On Cards, Volume One (video) (1995)

Cannibal Kings

Sucker Punch

Oil & Water

Aces For Experts

Card Up Spectator’s Sleeve

Tips On The Top Card Cover Pass

Tips On The Gambler’s Cop

Four Card Retention (David Williamson, Dan Garrett) (performance)

Quadruple Coincidence (Mike Shelley) (performance)

 

Thoughts On Cards, Volume Two (video) (1995)

Outstanding Triumph

Nothing Yet Aces

Twisting The Aces With A Twist

Flawed Transposition

Single Cup & Ball

Estimated Toss

LarRoy Reverse

Deck To Pocket

Open Travellers (performance)

Ladies Looking Glass (performance)

 

Thoughts On Cards, Special Edition (video) (1995)—The special edition of Thoughts On Cards included three extra effects. They appear at the end of Volume Two.

Collectors For Collectors

Culling The Mark

Thunderstruck

 

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 1 (video) (1995)

Ambidextrous Travellers

Pineapple Surprise

Handshake Transposition

Slow Motion Aces

Mac Donald Aces

First Impression

L.J. Cardstab

Jennings’ Opener (performance)

Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind (Dai Vernon) (performance)

Demonstration of the Pass

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Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 2 (video) (1995)

Four Cards To Pocket

Five-Cards Assembly

Thought Card To Pocket

Cigarette Miracle (Okawa)

4 Jokers To Royal Flush

Vanished Thought

Card In Beer Bottle

Demonstration of the Pass

 

Limited Edition (Jennings/Bean) (Bean, 1995)

Sans Malice—The Castle Keep (Blue, February 1995, p. 2)

O.J. Aces—The Castle Keep (Blue, September 1995, p. 3)

Pocket Interchange Revisited—Labyrinth, Number Five (Hobbs, 1995, p. 8)

The Spectator Cuts The AcesCard College Volume 1 (Giobbi, 1995, p. 51)

CoincidoSelf-Working Close-Up Card Magic (Fulves, 1995, p. 40)

 

Mid-1990s

Royal Twist—The A-1 All-Stars Volume 2 (video) (Maxwell, mid-1990s)

 

1996

Genii (March 1996)

To Convert Into A Nimble Juggler Anie Innocent Doning Your Cote, Making Him Find Anothers Card Conveied To His Pocket In A Woonderfull Maner, All Doone Without Confederacie (p. 374)

A Notable Feate Of Casting A Card Into The Packe To Find Anie Mans Card Lost Therein, Thus Causing Your Enemies To Shake, Stampe, Crie, And Danse Naked With Envie (p. 376)

 

Hefty Oil & Water—Magic (June 1996, p. 63)

Hookers And Cowhands—The Looking Glass (Kaufman, Winter 1996, p. 29)

Outstanding Triumph—The Trap Door #62 (Beam, October 1996, p. 1201)

Cellophane Surprise (Okawa)—The Art Of Astonishment Book 2 (Harris/Mead, 1996, p. 175)

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1997

Jennings ’67 (Kaufman, 1997)

Another Four-Card Trick (p. 16)

Impossible Divination No. 1 (p. 18)

Impossible Divination No. 2 (p. 20)

Monarchs’ Quartette (p. 22)

Red/Black Flyer (p. 27)

Re-Turned Touch Turn (p. 32)

Another Winning Hand (p. 37)

A Gambler Holds Out The Aces (p. 39)

The Jennings Double Pushoff Technique (p. 42)

Immediate Bottom Placement (p. 44)

LJ Angle Steal Multiple Shift (p. 51)

LJ Swing Cut Multiple Shift (p. 55)

Dad Stevens’ Other Shuffle (p. 57)

The Circle Shift (p. 60)

The Circle Top Palm (p. 64)

Bevel Top Palm (p. 66)

’67 Transposition (p. 70)

The Six/Four Count Card To Pocket (p. 74)

The Six/Four Count Card Across (p. 77)

Houdini Card Escapes Again (p. 79)

Card To Pocket Princess (p. 82)

The ’65 Card Staggerer (p. 85)

Reconstructing The Professor’s Princess (p. 88)

Method One (Vernon) (p. 88)

Method Two (Jennings) (p. 91)

Method Three (Vernon/Jennings) (p. 93)

Method Four (Vernon/Jennings/Goodwin) (p. 95)

Deep Thrust I (p. 100)

Deep Thrust II (p. 102)

Search And Stop (p. 105)

The Los Angeles Hop (p. 108)

Red/Black Shuffle Revelation (p. 113)

The Transmuted Cards (p. 114)

The Transmuted Deck (p. 119)

The Wrong Place At The Right Time (p. 124)

Larry Whistles And Slides (p. 127)

Seven-Card Monte (p. 131)

Swindle Four-King Triumph (p. 138)

Vernon’s Creeping Reverse (p. 141)

The Creeping Aces (p. 144)

The Truthful Triumph (p. 146)

The ’65 Aces (p. 148)

LJ’s Instant Spell (p. 153)

Invisible Palm Aces No. 1 (The Molecular Aces) (p. 160)

Invisible Palm Aces No. 2 (p. 167)

Invisible Palm Aces No. 3 (The Appearing Aces) (p. 170)

Invisible Palm Aces No. 4 (The Numerical Travellers) (p. 175)

Invisible Palm Aces No. 5 (The Lonesome Travellers) (p. 178)

Invisible Palm Aces No. 5 (The Alpha Count Travellers) (p. 179)

Invisible Palm Aces No. 6 (p. 184)

Invisible Palm Aces To Pockets (p. 195)

Royal Puzzle (p. 204)

The Christ Aces Redone (p. 207)

The Simple Stencil (p. 212)

The Jennings/Collins Aces (p. 220)

’65 Twist (p. 226)

The Ouagadougou Twist (p. 229)

Leaving The Body (p. 232)

Pineapple Surprise ’70 (p. 236)

Pineapple Surprise ’92 No. 1 (p. 242)

Pineapple Surprise ’92 No. 2 (p. 246)

Pineapple Twist au natural (p. 251)

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The Cabalistic Divination—Genii (November 1997, p. 62)

Ambitious Classic—Easy To Master Card Miracles Vol. 4 (video) (1997)

 

Le Magicien, No. 149 (December 1997)

Card To Card Case

Larry Jennings’ Free Choice Poker Deal (Jennings/Busby)

 

1998

Hard-Boiled Mysteries (Minch, 1998)

Face-Up Count II (Jennings/Cervon) (p. 129)

Revealment (Jennings/Cervon) (p. 138)

 

Escorial ’98 (Muller, Busby)

Card To Card Case

Larry Jennings’ Free Choice Poker Deal (Jennings/Busby)

 

Even Higher Math (Jennings/Goodwin)—The Looking Glass (Kaufman, Winter 1998, p. 144)

The Multiple-Lift Display SequenceCard College Volume 3 (Giobbi, 1998, p. 607)

The Right-Hand Bottom Palm Of Multiple Cards—Card College Volume 3 (Giobbi, 1998, p. 720)

 

1999

MacJennings Aces—Genii (January 1999, p. 39)

Devious Open Prediction—Genii (April 1999, p. 44)

The Airport Coin Trick—Genii (June 1999, p. 49)

Dissertation On An Old Trick, Part I—Genii (September 1999, p. 47)

Dissertation On An Old Trick, Part II—Genii (November 1999, p. 59)

 

2000

Glacier—Genii (January 2000, p. 55)

The Larreverse—Card College Volume 4 (Giobbi, 2000, p. 1033)

 

2001

Open Travellers—Tom Mullica’s Bash Highlights (video) (2001) (performance)

The Invisible Palm—A-1’s Greatest Hits (video) (2001)

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2002

New Limited Edition (Jennings/Bean) (Bean, 2002)

Larry Jennings On The Erdnase Break—Magic (June 2002, p. 85)

 

Thoughts On Cards (DVD) (July 2002)This DVD contains all the material from the videos Thoughts On Cards, Volume One (1995) and Thoughts On Cards, Volume Two (1995).

 

2004
Close Up Illusion
Easy To Master Card Miracles Vol. 6 (video) (2004)
Impossible
Easy To Master Card Miracles Vol. 6 (video) (2004)
Always Cut The Cards
Easy To Master Card Miracles Vol. 7 (video) (2004)
Larry's Favorite
Easy To Master Card Miracles Vol. 8 (video) (2004)
4 Card Reverse
Easy To Master Card Miracles Vol. 9 (video) (2004)
The Visitor
Easy To Master Card Miracles Vol. 9 (video) (2004)

 

2005

Up In Smoke (Goodwin, 2005 edition)

A Handy Transformation (p. 1)

Estimated Toss (p. 4)

Magician Makes Good (p. 7)

Gambler’s Kings To Magician’s Pockets (p. 11)

Flawed Transposition (p. 17)

K.J.V. Oil And Water (p. 21)

Oil And Water (p. 28)

Hip Pocket Prediction (p. 36)

Jokers And Jacks (p. 38)

Tahoe Triumph (p. 41)

New Outstanding Triumph (p. 45)

Up In Smoke (p. 50)

Slow Motion Card To Number (p. 56)

Three On A Match (p. 60)


Prelude—LarryJennings.com

Impossible—The Greatest Collection Of Magic Performances Ever Assembled On DVD!

 

Larry Jennings Close Up Parts 1 & 2 (DVD) (2005)

This DVD contains all of the material from Larry Jennings Close Up Part 1 and Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 with the exception of “The Chop Cup.

 

The Chop CupThe Classic Chop Cup (DVD) (2005)—This originally appeared on Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2.

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2006

The Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son—Genii Forum (website) (February 2006)

Ambidextrous TravellersThe Greatest Collection Of Magic Performances Ever Assembled On DVD Vol. 3 (2006)

 

Larry JenningsA Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)
The Chop Cup
Lump Of Coal
Peripatetic Coins
The Chinese Connection
Cigarette Manipulation
Larry Jennings' Linking Rings Routine
Larry Jennings' Coins Through The Table
Larry Jennings' Coins Across
Coin Through Hand
Open Travellers
Four Card Match
The Visitor

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Alphabetical Order of Effects:

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’65 Aces, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 148)

 

’65 Card Staggerer, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 85)—Two handlings are described.

 

’65 Twist

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 226)—Two handlings are described.

 

’67 Transposition

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 70)—Two handlings are described.

 

2002 Aces

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 4)—Also see “Spectator Touches The Aces.”

 

22 Cent Trick

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967)

Lecture Notes Hollywood Roosevelt Lecture (1970)

Genii (May 1970, p. 399)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 1)—This appears as “Twenty Two Cent Trick.”

 

3 Coins Thru Table

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 (early 1980s)

Larry Jennings Close Up Parts 1 & 2 (2005)

 

3 Reverses

Epilogue No. Seventeen (March 1973, p. 5)—The First Reverse was reprinted as “Reverse Card In The Deck” in Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 (early 1980s) and “Cut Reverse I” in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (p. 226).

Also see “Cut Reverse II.”

 

4 Card Reverse
Easy To Master Card Miracles Vol. 9 (video) (2004)

 

4 Jokers To Royal Flush

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 2 (1995)—This is a second handling of “Four Jokers To Royal Flush” from Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 14).

 

7-Up

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 56)

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A 

 

About-Face Gymnastic Aces

Richard’s Almanac (Winter 1985, p. 351)—This was published in December 1987.

 

Aces For Experts

Thoughts On Cards, Volume One (1995)—A slightly different handling appears as “Slow Motion Aces” on Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 1 (1995).

Also see “LJ Version Of Vernon’s Slow-Motion Ace Assembly.”

 

Aces To Pockets

Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 20)—This was reprinted as “Invisible Palm Aces To Pockets, Version One” in Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 195).

 

Add-On Move Aces

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 51)

 

Airport Coin Trick, The

Genii (June 1999, p. 49)

 

Ala Elmsley

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part Two (1975, p. 24)—This was reprinted as “Another Four-Card Trick” in Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 16).

 

Alex Elmsley’s “Cards In Hand”

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967)

Lecture Notes Hollywood Roosevelt Lecture (1970)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 39)—This appears as “A Handling Of ‘Between Your Palms.’”

 

All Around Square Up

Dai Vernons Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 155)

 

All Systems Go

Best Of Friends (1982, p. 507)—A second handling appears as “Just Think…” in Richard’s Almanac 17-18 (1984, p. 174).

 

All Up The Sleeves

Magic (August 1993, p. 54)—This was reprinted as “Card Up Spectator’s Sleeve” on Thoughts On Cards, Volume One (1995).

 

Alpha Count Travellers, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 179)—This is another handling for “The Lonesome Travellers” from Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 3) and Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 178).

Also see “The Travelling Expert.”

 

Always Cut The Cards

A Visit With Larry Jennings (1982, p. 4)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 1)

Classic Magic—The Larry Jennings Video (1992)

Easy To Master Card Miracles Vol. 7 (video) (2004)

Also see “Always Cut The Cards Production” and “Cut As I Cut.”

 

Always Cut The Cards Production

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 2)—This appears with no title.

Also see “Always Cut The Cards.”

 

Ambidextrous Travellers

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 233)

Classic Magic—The Larry Jennings Video (1992)

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 1 (1995)—This is a slightly different handling.

The Greatest Collection Of Magic Performances Ever Assembled On DVD Vol. 3 (2006)

 

Ambitious Classic, An

Epilogue Special, No. 3 Part Two (1975, p. 13)—Two handlings are described.

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 95)—This is a slightly different handling of the second handling described in Epilogue.

Classic Magic—The Larry Jennings Video (1992)

Easy To Master Card Miracles Vol. 4 (video) (1997)

Also see “Ambitious Classic Variation.”

 

Ambitious Classic Variation

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 136)—This is a slightly different handling of “An Ambitious Classic.”

 

Anastasia

Neoclassics (1987, p. 31)

 

Another Four-Card Trick

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 16)—This previously appeared as “Ala Elmsley” in Epilogue Special No. 3 Part Two (1975, p. 24).

 

Another Winning Hand

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 37)—This previously appeared as “LJ Handling Of Frank Lane’s ‘Winning Hand Deal’” in Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 18).

 

Any Ace Called For

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 138)

 

Astro-Card

Richard’s Almanac (May 1983, p. 73)—This is a second handling of “Direct Flight Card To Case” from A Visit With Larry Jennings (1982, p. 8).

 

Australian Poker

The Cardwright (1988, p. 5)

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B

Back Off Sans Gaff

Magic (January 1994, p. 52)

 

Bagging It With Rollins (Jennings/Cervon/Rollins)

Genii (April 1987, p. 723)

 

Bet, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 22)—This is a slightly different handling for “Final Touch” from Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 12).

 

Bevel Top Palm

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 66)

 

Birds Of A Feather

The Cardwright (1988, p. 30)

 

Blank And Blue Routine

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 27)

 

Bonus

Exclusive Card Miracles (1980, p. 16)—A slightly different handling appears as “Undercut Aces” in The Cardwright (1988, p. 91).

 

Bonus Trick, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 29)

 

Bottomed

Apocalypse (January 1983, p. 730)—This is another handling for “Bottom Placement” from Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 8) and The Cardwright (1988, p. 159).

 

Bottom Placement

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 8)

The Cardwright (1988, p. 159)

Another handling of this sleight appears as “Bottomed” in Apocalypse (January 1983, p. 730).

 

Bottom Slip Cut

The Pallbearers Review (June 1972, p. 530)

 

Breakup Flight

Magic (September 1994, p. 37)

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C

Cabalistic Divination, The

Genii (November 1997, p. 62)

 

Can’t Be Done

Apocalypse (January 1986, p. 1153)—This previously appeared as “Impossible” in A Visit With Larry Jennings (1982, p. 5).

Also see “Impossible.”

 

Cannibal Kings

Thoughts On Cards, Volume One (1995)

 

Card In The Beer Bottle, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 53)

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 2 (1995)—This appears as “Card In Beer Bottle.”

 

Card In The Hat, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 84)—Four handlings are described.

 

Card Minus One

Epilogue Special, No. 3 Part Two (p. 18)

 

Card To Card Case

Le Magicien, No. 149 (December 1997)

Escorial ‘98

 

Card To Pocket Princess

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 82)—Two handlings are described.

 

Card Up Spectator’s Sleeve

Thoughts On Cards, Volume One (1995)—This previously appeared as “All Up The Sleeves” in Magic (August 1993, p. 54).

 

Cellophane Surprise (Allen Okawa)

The Art Of Astonishment Book 2 (1996, p. 175)—This previously appeared as “Cigarette Miracle” on Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 2 (1995).

 

Center Lift, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 239)—This previously appeared as “Lift No. 2” in The Gen (September 1964, p. 130).

 

Challenge Cards To Pocket

Lecture Notes (Hollywood Roosevelt Lecture) (1970)

Genii (May 1970, p. 403)—This appeared as “Larry’s Challenge Cards To Pockets.”

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 21)

 

Changeling, The

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 1)

The Cardwright (1988, p. 181)

 

Changing Of The Guard, The

Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 75)

 

Chinese Connection, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 75)

Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)

 

Chop Cup, The

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 (early 1980s)

The Classic Chop Cup (2005)

Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)

See “The Larry Jennings Chop Cup Routine.”

 

Christ Aces Redone, The

Magic (September 1994, p. 39)

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 207)

 

Cigarette Manipulation
Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)

 

Cigarette Miracle (Allen Okawa)

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 2 (1995)

The Art Of Astonishment Book 2 (1996, p. 175)—This appears as “Cellophane Surprise.”

 

Circle Shift, The

Richard’s Almanac 17-18 (1984, p.171)

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 60)

 

Circle Top Palm, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 64)

 

Clink-A-Clink Coins Across (Jennings/Falanga)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 219)

 

Close-Up Illusion, The

Lake Tahoe Card Magic (1985, p. 70)

Classic Magic—The Larry Jennings Video (1992)

Easy To Master Card Miracles Vol. 6 (video) (2004)

 

Cloudburst Aces

The Cardwright (1988, p. 122)

 

Coin And Beer Can, The

Marketed by Jeff Busby, 1976

 

Coincido
Self-Working Close-Up Card Magic (Fulves, 1995, p. 40)

 

Coin Cut

The Gen (June 1967)—This appeared as “Coin In Deck.”

Lecture Notes (Hollywood Roosevelt Lecture) (1970)

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1972)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 14)

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 (early 1980s)

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1993)

Larry Jennings Close Up Parts 1 & 2 (2005)

 

Coin In Deck

The Gen (June 1967)—See “Coin Cut.”

 

Coins And Handkerchief

Pabular (November 1976, p. 325)

Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolics Lecture Notes (1979, p. 10)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 107)

 

Coins Through The Table

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967)

Lecture Notes (Hollywood Roosevelt Lecture) (1970)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 7)—This appeared as “L.J. Coins Through The Table.”

 

Coin Switch, Naturally, A

Magic (September 1994, p. 36)

 

Coin Through Hand
Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)—This is an extended version of “Coin Thru The Hand.”

Coin Thru The Hand

Genii (December 1964, p. 194)—Also see “Coin Through Hand.”

 

Collectors I

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 92)—This previously appeared as “L.J. Collectors” in Epilogue No. Ten (November 1970, p. 1).

 

Collectors II

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 129)—This previously appeared as “L.J. ‘Collectors’ II” in Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 8).

 

Collectors III

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 191)—This is a slightly different handling of “L.J. Collectors” from Epilogue Special, No. 3 Part Two (1975, p. 16).

 

Collectors For Collectors

Thoughts On Cards, Special Edition (1995)

 

Copper To Silver Times Two

The Cardwright (1988, p. 200)—Two handlings are described.

 

Count Me In

Best Of Friends (1982, p. 88)

 

Courting Queen, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 88)

 

Covers For The One-Handed Bottom Palm

The Cardwright (1988, p. 129)—Two handlings are described.

Also see “One Hand Bottom Palm.”

 

Cream Always Rises, The

The Cardwright (1988, p. 140)

 

Creeping Aces, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 144)

 

Culling The Mark

Thoughts On Cards, Special Edition (1995)

 

Cup & Ball Routine

Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolics Lecture Notes (1979, p. 28)—See “Larry Jennings’ Single Cup And Balls Routine.”

 

Curry Transposition

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 11)

 

Cut As I Cut

Richard’s Almanac 17-18 (1984, p. 167)—This is a second method for “Always Cut The Cards.”

 

Cut Reverse I

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 226)—This previously appeared in “3 Reverses” in Epilogue No. Seventeen (March 1973, p. 5) and “Reverse Card In The Deck” in Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 (early 1980s).

Also see “Cut Reverse II.”

 

Cut Reverse II

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 227)

Also see “3 Reverses.”

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D

Daley Jennings, The

The Cardwright (1988, p. 28)—Two handlings are described.

 

Deck To Pocket

Thoughts On Cards, Volume Two (1995)

 

Deep Thrust I

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 100)—A second handling for this appears as “Deep Thrust II” in Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 102).

 

Deep Thrust II

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 102)—This is a second handling for “Deep Thrust I” from Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 100).

 

Departure From A Point

Apocalypse (January 1982, p. 577)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 134)

 

Devilish Miracle, The

Lake Tahoe Card Magic (1985, p. 67)

 

Devious Open Prediction

Genii (April 1999, p. 44)

 

Dice-O-Matic

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 211)

 

Direct Flight Card To Case

A Visit With Larry Jennings (1982, p. 8)—A second handling appears as “Astro-Card” in Richard’s Almanac (May 1983, p. 73).

 

Dissertation On An Old Trick

Genii (September 1999, p. 47 and November 1999, p. 59)—Three handlings appear in the September issue and two handlings appear in the November issue.

 

Distributraction

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 213)

 

Double Double

Pabular (July 1979, p. 701)—This appears with no title. A more elaborate version appears as “In The Palm Of Your Hand” in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 20).

 

Double Revelation

The Cardwright (1988, p. 8)—This is a routine using “The Jennings Revelation” from The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 71).

 

Double Reverse

Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 63)

 

Double Shakeout

Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 1)—Two handlings are described.

The Cardwright (1988, p. 169)—Two handlings are described.

These are handlings for “Side Rise” from Epilogue No. Twenty-Three (March 1975, p. 2).

 

Double Think

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 243)

 

Duffer’s Two Cards To Pocket

Epoptica (June 1983, p. 229)

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E

Easy Expert Coins Across

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 89)—A slightly different handling was reprinted as “EZ Coins Across” in Larry Jennings Close Up Part 1 (early 1980s) and as “Hold Tight” in Richard’s Almanac (Spring 1985, p. 256).

 

Eidetic

The Vernon Chronicles, Volume Two (1988, p. 188)

 

Elevator Trick, An

Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 19)

 

Estimated Toss

Up In Smoke And Other Tantalizing Mysteries (1990, p. 19)—This appears as “The Psychological Side-Step.”

Thoughts On Cards, Volume Two (1995)

Up In Smoke (2005, p. 4)

 

Even Higher Math (Jennings/Goodwin)

The Looking Glass (Winter 1998, p. 144)

 

Even Money

The Pallbearers Review (July 1970, p. 347)

 

EZ Coins Across

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 1 (early 1980s)

Larry Jennings Close Up Parts 1 & 2 (2005)

These are a different handling for “Easy Expert Coins Across” from The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 89).

Also see “Hold Tight.”

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F

Face-Up Count II (Jennings/Cervon)

Hard-Boiled Mysteries (1998, p. 129)

 

Face-Up Plunger Lie Detector

Magic (June 1992, p. 50)

 

Face Up Snap Double Lift, The

The Cardwright (1988, p. 155)—A handling for “A Snappy Lift.”

Also see “A Snappy Lift” and “The Snap Second Deal.”

 

False Cut

Genii (February 1984, p. 123)—This appears with no title.

 

Fan-Stab-Stic

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 195)

 

Final Touch

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1972)

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 12)

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1993)

A second handling for this effect appears as “The Bet” in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 22).

 

First Impressions

The Cardwright (1988, p. 33)

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 1 (1995)

 

Five-Cards Assembly

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 2 (1995)—This previously appeared as “Slow-Motion Five-Card Ace Assembly” in Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 6).

 

Flawed Transposition

Up In Smoke And Other Tantalizing Mysteries (1990, p. 23)

Thoughts On Cards, Volume Two (1995)

Up In Smoke (2005, p. 17)

These last two entries describe a slightly different handling than that in the 1990 edition of Up In Smoke.

Also see “Pocket Interchange Revisited.”

 

Follow The Leader

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967)—This was reprinted as “Larry’s Leader” in Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 47).

 

Four Card Match
Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)—This previously appeared as “Nowhere And Everywhere” in M-U-M (May 1967) and Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967); and as “Monarch’s Quartette” in Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 83) and Jennings 67 (1997, p. 22).

 

Four Cards To Pockets

Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 2)

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 2 (1995)

These two handlings are slightly different.

 

Four Jokers To Royal Flush

Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 14)—A second handling appears as “4 Jokers To Royal Flush” on Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 2 (1995).

 

Four Robbers, The

The New York Magic Symposium Collection Four (1985, p. 97)

Also see “The L.J. Add-On.”

 

F.T.L. & R.T.D. Aces

A Visit With Larry Jennings (1982, p. 6)

 

Future Gambler, The

The Cardiste Number 13 (1969, p. 29)—A second handling for this effect appears as “The Return Of The Future Gambler” in Epoptica Yearbook (1984, p. 289).

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Gambler Holds Out The Aces, A

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 39)

 

Gambler’s Aces

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1972)

Riffle Shuffle Technique Part Two (1975, p. 102)

Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolics Lecture Notes (1979, p. 1)

Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p.1)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 102)

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1993)

 

Gambler’s Bottom Deal

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p.2)—This was reprinted as “Stud Bottom Deal” in The Cardwright (1988, p. 143).

 

Gambler’s Kings To Magician’s Pockets

Up In Smoke And Other Tantalizing Mysteries (1990, p. 4)

Up In Smoke (2005, p. 11)—This is a slightly different handling than that in the 1990 edition.

 

Gambler’s Triumph

Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 67)

 

General Card, The

Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolics Lecture Notes (1979, p. 17)

Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 17)

Apocalypse (June 1980, p. 349)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 113)

 

Getting Across

Apocalypse (January 1984, p. 870)

 

Getting To Nine

Magic (July 1993, p. 53)

 

Glacier

Genii (January 2000, p. 55)

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Handling Of “Between Your Palms,” A

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 39)—This previously appeared as “Alex Elmsley’s Cards In Hand” in Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967) and Lecture Notes Hollywood Roosevelt Lecture (1970).

 

Handling Of “Two-Ton Transpo”

Magic (April 1992, p. 54)

 

Handshake Transposition

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 1 (1995)

 

Handy Transformation, A

Up In Smoke And Other Tantalizing Mysteries (1990, p. 18)

Up In Smoke (2005, p. 1)

 

Heads I Win, Tails You Lose

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 54)

 

Hefty Oil & Water

Magic (June 1996, p. 63)

 

Here And There

Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 2)

The Cardwright (1988, p. 179)—This is a slightly different handling than that in the Japan Lecture Notes.

 

High-C

Neoclassics (1987, p. 1)

 

Hip Pocket Prediction

Up In Smoke And Other Tantalizing Mysteries (1990, p. 22)

Up In Smoke (2005, p. 36)

 

“Hofzinser Ace Problem” Solution

A Visit With Larry Jennings (1982, p. 3)—This was reprinted as “A Problem With Hofzinser” in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 17).

Also see “Tell-Tale Aces.”

 

Hofzinser Sans Wallet

The Cardwright (1988, p. 196)—This is a second handling for “Hofzinser’s Business Card Problem” from The Cardwright (1988, p. 192).

 

Hofzinser’s Business Card Problem

The Cardwright (1988, p. 192)—A second handling for this appears as “Hofzinser Sans Wallet” in The Cardwright (1988, p. 196).

 

Hold Tight

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 1 (early 1980s)—This appears as “EZ Coins Across.”

Richard’s Almanac (Spring 1985, p. 256)

Also see “Easy Expert Coins Across.”

 

Homing Card, The

Expert Card Mysteries (1969, p. 48)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 171)—This has a different handling for the ending than that in Expert Card Mysteries.

Classic Magic—The Larry Jennings Video (1992)

Also see “Homing Card Variation.”

 

Homing Card Variation

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 177)

Also see “The Homing Card.”

 

Hook, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 40)

 

Hookers And Cowhands

The Looking Glass (Winter 1996, p. 29)

 

Houdini Card Escapes Again

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 79)

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Idea for J.W. Sarles’ “Strange Sympathy”

The Pallbearers Review (September 1968, p. 206)—This appears in the “Etcetera” column.

 

Idea for the Free Cut Principle

Free Cut Principle (1967)—Two effects by Gene Finnell, “Aces At Random” (p. 10) and “Your Number—Your Card” (p. 15) based on a Larry Jennings idea.

 

Immaculate Insertion, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 27)

 

Immediate Bottom Placement

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 (early 1980s)—This is briefly described during the explanation of the “Turn And Take Bottom.”

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 17).

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 44)—Two handlings are described.

Larry Jennings Close Up Parts 1 & 2 (2005)—This is briefly described during the explanation of the “Turn And Take Bottom.”

 

Impossible

A Visit With Larry Jennings (1982, p. 5)

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 (early 1980s)

Apocalypse (January 1986, p. 1153)—This appears as “Can’t Be Done.”

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 44)—This is a slightly different handling than that in A Visit With Larry Jennings.

Classic Magic—The Larry Jennings Video (1992)

Easy To Master Card Miracles Vol. 6 (video) (2004)

The Greatest Collection Of Magic Performances Ever Assembled On DVD! (2005)—This previously appeared on Classic Magic—The Larry Jennings Video (1992).

Larry Jennings Close Up Parts 1 & 2 (2005)

 

Impossible Countdown, The

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 48)

A second handling for this effect appears as “Recount” in Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 50).

 

Impossible Divination No. 1

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 18)—Two handlings are described.

 

Impossible Divination No. 2

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 20)—Two handlings are described.

 

Impossible Location (Jennings/Skinner)

Exclusive Card Secrets (1980, p. 21)

 

Impromptu Wild Card

Epilogue Special, No. 3 Part Two (1975, p. 21)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 168)—This is a slightly different handling than that in Epilogue Special No. 3.

Also see “The Magician’s Magicians’ Routine.” 

 

Instant Aces

Epilogue Special, No. 3 Part Two (1975, p. 23)

Millennium Aces (Fulves, 1981, p. 83)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 229)

 

In The Palm Of Your Hand

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 20)—This is a more elaborate version of “Double Double” from Pabular (July 1979, p. 701).

 

Intuitively Yours

Neoclassics (1987, p. 15)—Two handlings are described.

 

Invisible Palm, The

Classic Magic—The Larry Jennings Video (1992)

A-1’s Greatest Hits (2001)

See “Open Travellers.”

 

Invisible Palm Aces No. 1 (The Molecular Aces)

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 160)

 

Invisible Palm Aces No. 2

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 167)

 

Invisible Palm Aces No. 3 (The Appearing Aces)

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 170)

 

Invisible Palm Aces No. 4 (The Numerical Travellers)

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 175)

 

Invisible Palm Aces No. 5 (The Lonesome Travellers and Alpha Count Travellers)

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 178)—This previously appeared as “The Lonesome Travellers” in Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 3).

A slightly different handling appears as “The Travelling Expert” in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 150).

Also see “The Alpha Count Travellers.”

 

Invisible Palm Aces No. 6

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 184)—This is a slightly different handling of “Open Travellers” from Expert Card Mysteries (1969, p. 41) and The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p.144).

Also see “Open Travellers” and “The Lonesome Travellers.”

 

Invisible Palm Aces To Pockets

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 195)—Two handlings are described. The first handling previously appeared as “Aces To Pockets” in Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 20).

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Jennings Bill Switch, The

Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 5)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 216)—This includes a description of an application for the switch.

 

Jennings/Collins Aces, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 220)

 

Jennings Double Pushoff Technique, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 42)—This previously appeared in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 12).

 

Jennings False Cut

The Cardwright (1988, p. 137)

 

Jennings False Cut, The

Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 60)

 

Jennings On Vernon’s Triumph

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 188)

 

Jennings Opener, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 48)

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 1 (1995)—Performance only.

 

Jennings’ Open Travellers

Expert Card Mysteries (1969, p. 41)—See “Open Travellers.”

 

Jennings Revelation, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 71)—Two handlings are described.

The Classic Magic—The Larry Jennings Video (1992)

Also see “Double Revelation.”

 

Jennings Top Palm

Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 157)—Two handlings are described.

 

Jennings Transpo

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 4)

 

Jennings Turnover Switch

Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 1)

 

Jennings’ Visitor

Expert Card Mysteries (1969, p. 53)—See “The Visitor.”

 

Jokers And Jacks

Up In Smoke And Other Tantalizing Mysteries (1990, p. 16)

Up In Smoke (2005, p. 38)

 

Just Think…

Richard’s Almanac 17-18 (1984, p. 174)—This is a second handling for “All Systems Go” from Best Of Friends (1982, p. 507).

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Kings And Queens

Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 15)

 

King’s Triumph

Hierophant No. 7 (1975, p. 31)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 124)

This previously appeared as “Royal Triumph” in Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 5).

 

K.J.V. Oil And Water

Up In Smoke And Other Tantalizing Mysteries (1990, p. 31)

Up In Smoke (2005, p. 21)

Thoughts On Cards, Volume One (1995)—This appears as “Oil & Water.”

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Larreverse

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (1967)—This appears as “The Lar-Reverse.”

Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 59)

Card College Volume 4 (Giobbi, 2000, p. 1033)

 

The Lar-Reverse

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (1967)—See “Larreverse.”

 

Larrollover Aces

The Cardwright (1988, p. 96)

 

LarRoy Reverse

Thoughts On Cards, Volume Two (1995)

 

Larry Jennings All Backs Routine

Lake Tahoe Card Magic (1985, p. 62)

 

Larry Jennings’ Card-In-Envelope Wallet

Marketed by Jeff Busby, 1980

 

Larry Jennings Chop Cup Routine, The

Genii (March 1965)

Lecture Notes (Hollywood Roosevelt Lecture) (1970)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 57)

Arcane, Number 8 (October 1977)

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 (early 1980s)—This appears as “The Chop Cup.”

The Classic Chop Cup (2005)—This appears as “The Chop Cup.”

Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)—This appears as The Chop Cup.

 

Larry Jennings' Coins Across
Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)
Also see
L.J. Four Coins Across and Stand Up Coins Across.

Larry Jennings' Coins Through The Table
Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)

 

Larry Jennings’ Free Choice Poker Deal (Jennings/Busby)

Le Magicien, No. 149 (December 1997)

Escorial ‘98

 

Larry Jennings' Linking Rings Routine
Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)

 

Larry Jennings On The Erdnase Break

Magic (June 2002, p. 85)

 

Larry Jennings’ Prophet

The Chronicles No. 29 (1981, p. 1351)

 

Larry Jennings’ Single Cup And Balls Routine

Genii (May 1970, p. 405)

Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolics Lecture Notes (1979, p. 28)

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 1 (early 1980s)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 249)

Thoughts On Cards, Volume Two (1995)

Larry Jennings Close Up Parts 1 & 2 (2005)

 

Larry’s Favorite

The Cardwright (1988, p. 1)

Easy To Master Card Miracles Vol. 8 (video) (2004)

 

Larry’s Leader

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 47)—This previously appeared as “Follow The Leader” in Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967).

 

Larry’s One To Five

Expert Card Mysteries (1969, p. 51)—See “One To Five.”

 

Larry Whistles And Slides

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 127)—Two handlings are described.

 

Last Minute Visitor

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 165)—This effect is based on “The Visitor.”

Also see “The Visitor.”

 

Leaving The Body

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 232)—Two handlings are described.

Also see “Twisted In The Middle.”

 

Lie Detector

Genii (May 1970, p. 402)

Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolics Lecture Notes (1979, p. 20)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 115)—Two handlings are given, the first being the same as that in Genii and Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolics Lecture Notes.

The A-1 All-Stars Volume 1 (1994)

Also see “Retrospective Lie Detector.”

 

Lift No. 2

The Gen (September 1964, p. 130)—This was reprinted as “The Center Lift” in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 239).

 

Limited Edition (Jennings/Bean)

Marketed by Gordon Bean, 1995

Also see “New Limited Edition.”

 

Little Princess, The

The Cardwright (1988, p. 38)—A second handling appears as “Princess In Waiting” in The Cardwright (1988, p. 45).

 

L.J. Add-On, The

The New York Magic Symposium Collection Four (1985, p. 97)—Two applications are given.

Also see “The Four Robbers.”

 

LJ Angle Steal Multiple Shift

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 51)

 

L.J. Cardstab

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 1 (1995)

 

L.J. Coins Through The Table

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 7)—See “Coins Through The Table.”

 

L.J. Collectors

Epilogue No. Ten (November 1970, p. 1)—This was reprinted as “Collectors I” in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 92).

A different method appears under the same title in Epilogue Special, No. 3.

 

L.J. Collectors

Epilogue Special, No. 3 Part Two (1975, p. 16)—This was reprinted with a slightly different handling as “Collectors III” in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 191).

A different method appears under the same title in Epilogue No. Ten (November 1970, p. 1).

 

L.J. “Collectors” II

Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 8)—This was reprinted as “Collectors II” in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 129).

 

L.J. Four Coins Across

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 13)—Also see “Larry Jennings Coins Across” and “Stand Up Coins Across.”

 

LJ Handling Of Frank Lane’s “Winning Hand Deal”

Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 18)—This was reprinted as “Another Winning Hand” in Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 37).

 

L.J. Move, The

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 3)

 

L.J. On Leipzig’s Sympathetic Cards

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 201)

 

LJ’s Instant Spell

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 153)

 

L.J.’s Prophecy

Richard’s Almanac 23-24 (July-August 1984, p. 227)

 

L. J.’s Transmutation

Genii (May 1970, p. 409)—See “Transmutation.”

 

LJ Swing Cut Multiple Shift

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 55)

 

L.J. Ten Card Problem Variation

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 81)—Also see “Slap Me Again.”

 

L.J. Toss, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 241)

 

LJ Version Of Vernon’s Slow-Motion Ace Assembly

Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 9)

Also see “Aces For Experts.”

 

L.J. Way, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986)—This appears only in the deluxe edition.

 

Logical Conclusion, A

A Visit With Larry Jennings (1982, p. 4)

The Cardwright (1988, p. 177)

The A-1 All-Stars Volume 1 (1994)

 

Lonesome Travellers

Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 3)

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 178)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 150)—This is a slightly different handling and appears as “The Travelling Expert.”

Another handling appears as “The Alpha Count Travellers” in Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 179).

 

Long Distance Sandwich

The Cardwright (1988, p. 14)

 

Look—An Illusion

Lecture Notes (Hollywood Roosevelt Lecture) (1970)

Genii (May 1970, p. 400)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 31)

 

Los Angeles Hop, The

Magic (September 1994, p. 34)

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 108)

 

Lost And Found

The Cardwright (1988, p. 82)—A second handling appears as “Lost And Found Again” in The Cardwright (1988, p. 89). A third handling appears as “Subliminal Aces” in The Cardwright (1988, p. 111).

 

Lost And Found Again

The Cardwright (1988, p. 89)—This is a second handling for “Lost And Found” from The Cardwright (1988, p. 82).

Also see “Subliminal Aces.”

 

Lump Of Coal
Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)

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Mac Donald Aces

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 1 (1995)—A slightly different handling appears as “MacJennings Aces” in Genii (January 1999, p. 39).

 

MacJennings Aces

Genii (January 1999, p. 39)—A slightly different handling appears as “Mac Donald Aces” on Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 1 (1995).

 

Maestro’s Poker Demonstration, The

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 1 (early 1980s)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 64)

Larry Jennings Close Up Parts 1 & 2 (2005)

 

Magician Makes Good

Up In Smoke And Other Tantalizing Mysteries (1990, p. 3)

Up In Smoke (2005, p. 7)

 

Magician’s Magicians’ Routine, The

Wild Card Mysteries (1977, p. 52)—This is another handling for “Impromptu Wild Card.”

 

Make Me Small

Richard’s Almanac Spring 1985 (p. 246)

 

Memoreverse

Lake Tahoe Card Magic (1985, p. 55)

 

Meta-ssembly

Richard’s Almanac 17-18 (1984, p. 165)

 

Misdirection Cards To Pocket

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 15)

 

Monarch’s Quartette

Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 83)—Two handlings are described. The first handling previously appeared as “Nowhere And Everywhere” in M-U-M (May 1967) and Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967). The second handling appears as “Monarchs Quartette—Plus” and previously appeared in M-U-M (June 1967).

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 22)—Two handlings are described. The first handling previously appeared as “Nowhere And Everywhere” in M-U-M (May 1967) and Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967). The second handling previously appeared in M-U-M (June 1967) and in Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 83) as “Monarchs Quartette—Plus.”

Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)This appears as Four Card Match.

Also see “Nowhere And Everywhere” and “Nowhere And Everywhere Again.”

 

Monarchs Quartette—Plus

Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 85)—See “Monarch’s Quartette.”

 

Morlock’s Revenge

The New York Magic Symposium Close Up/Stage Collection Two (1983, p. 56)

 

Multiple-Lift Display Sequence, The
Card College Volume 3 (1998, p. 607)

 

Multiple Palm, A

Rim Shots (1973, p. 62)

 

Multiple Trap

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 9)

The Cardwright (1988, p. 163)

 

Mystery Card, The

West Coast Quarterly (Winter 1984, p. 9)—A correction appears in West Coast Quarterly (Summer 1984. p. 3).

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 34)

Classic Magic—The Larry Jennings Video (1992)

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Natural Beauty, A

Magic (January 1992, p. 40)

 

Natural Reverse Double Undercut

Card Finesse (1982, p. 55)

 

New Limited Edition (Jennings/Bean)

Marketed by Gordon Bean, 2002—This is Gordon Bean’s updated version of “Limited Edition.”

Also see “Limited Edition.”

 

New Outstanding Triumph

Up In Smoke And Other Tantalizing Mysteries (1990, p. 9)

Thoughts On Cards, Volume Two (1995)—This appears as “Outstanding Triumph.”

The Trap Door #62 (October 1996, p. 1201)—This is a truncated version and appears as “Outstanding Triumph.”

Up In Smoke (2005, p. 45)

 

New Theory Mexican

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 7)

 

A Notable Feate Of Casting A Card Into The Packe To Find Anie Mans Card Lost Therein, Thus Causing Your Enemies To Shake, Stampe, Crie, And Danse Naked With Envie

Genii (March 1996, p. 376)

 

Nothing Yet Aces

Thoughts On Cards, Volume Two (1995)

 

Nowhere And Everywhere

M-U-M (May and June 1967)—Two handlings are described. Both were reprinted as “Monarch’s Quartette” in Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 83) and Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 22).

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967)—This handling previously appeared in

M-U-M (May 1967) and is reprinted in Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 83) and Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 22).

Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)—This appears as “Four Card Match.”

Also see “Monarch’s Quartette” and “Nowhere And Everywhere Again.”

 

Nowhere And Everywhere Again

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 38)—This is a third handling for “Nowhere And Everywhere.”

Also see “Monarch’s Quartette.”

 

Number Transposition

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 37)

 

Numerical Aces

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 30)

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Observation In Color

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1972)

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1993)

 

Observation Test

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 10)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 126)

 

O. Henry Find

Kabbala (March 1972, p. 53)—This was reprinted with a slightly different handling as “Triple Discovery” in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 163).

 

Oil & Perrier

Lake Tahoe Card Magic (1985, p. 57)

 

Oil & Water

Thoughts On Cards, Volume One (1995)—See “K.J.V. Oil And Water.”

 

Oil And Water

Up In Smoke And Other Tantalizing Mysteries (1990, p. 26)

Up In Smoke (2005, p. 28)

 

O.J. Aces

The Castle Keep (September 1995, p. 3)

 

Okashina Dekigoto

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1972)

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1993)

 

One Hand Bottom Palm

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 (early 1980s)—This also appears in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 234).

Larry Jennings Close Up Parts 1 & 2 (2005)

Also see “Covers For The One-Handed Bottom Palm.”

 

One Simple Twist

The Cardwright (1988, p. 59)

 

One Thought Behind

The Cardwright (1988, p. 60)

 

One To Five

Expert Card Mysteries (1969, p. 51)—This appeared as “Larry’s One To Five.”

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 154)—This is a slightly different handling than that in Expert Card Mysteries.

 

One-Way Deck Techniques

The Cardwright (1988, p. 134)—Two handlings are described.

 

Open Card Change

The Cardwright (1988, p. 11)

 

Open Control

Best Of Friends (1982, p. 92)

 

Open Travellers

Expert Card Mysteries (1969, p. 41)—This appears as “Jennings’ Open Travellers.”

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1972)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 144)

Classic Magic—The Larry Jennings Video (1992)—This is a slightly different handling and appears as “The Invisible Palm.”

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1993)

Thoughts On Cards, Volume Two (1995) (performance only)

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 184)—This is a slightly different handling than those above and appeared as “The Invisible Palm Aces No. 6.”

Tom Mullica’s Bash Highlights (2001) (performance only)

Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)

Also see “The Lonesome Travellers,” “The Alpha Count Travellers,” and “The Invisible Palm Aces Nos. 1-6.”

 

Optical Prediction, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 80)—Also see “Synchronicity.”

 

Orient Express

The New York Magic Symposium Collection Five (1986, p.113)

 

Ouagadougou Twist, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 229)

 

Out-Standing Triumph

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 223)—Also see “New Outstanding Triumph.”

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Pacoima Solution,The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 50)

The A-1 All-Stars Volume 1 (1994)

 

Peeked Card Reverse

Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 64)

 

Peppermint Twist

Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 6)

The Cardwright (1988, p. 172)

 

Peripatetic Coins, The

Genii (April 1965, p. 425)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 24)

The A-1 All-Stars Volume 1 (1994)

Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)

 

Pineapple Surprise

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 1 (1995)

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 246)—This appears as “Pineapple Surprise ’92 No. 2.”

Also see “The Post-Pineapple Surprise,” “Pineapple Surprise ’92 No. 1,” and “Pineapple Twist au natural.”

 

Pineapple Surprise ’70

Cardfixes (1990, p. 151)—This appears as the “The Post-Pineapple Surprise.”

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 236)

Also see “Pineapple Surprise,” “Pineapple Surprise ’92 No. 1” and “Pineapple Twist au natural.”

 

Pineapple Surprise ’92 No. 1

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 242)

Also see “The Post-Pineapple Surprise,” “Pineapple Surprise,” and “Pineapple Surprise au natural.”

 

Pineapple Surprise ’92 No. 2

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 1 (1995)—This appears as “Pineapple Surprise.”

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 246)—This is another handling for “Pineapple Surprise.”

Also see “The Post-Pineapple Surprise,” “Pineapple Surprise ’92 No. 1,” and “Pineapple Twist au natural.”

 

Pineapple Twist au natural

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 251)—This appears in the Table Of Contents as “Pineapple Surprise au natural.”

Also see “The Post-Pineapple Surprise,” “Pineapple Surprise,” and “Pineapple Surprise ’92 No. 1.”

 

Placement Trap

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 9)

The Cardwright (1988, p. 162)

 

Plotting The Twist Aces

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 39)—Also see “Twisting The Plot.”

 

Pocket Interchange Revisited

Labyrinth, Number Five (1995, p. 8)—Also see “Flawed Transposition.”

 

Post-Pineapple Surprise, The

Cardfixes (1990, p. 151)

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 236)—This appears as “Pineapple Surprise ’70.”

Also see “Pineapple Surprise” and “Pineapple Surprise ’92 No. 1,” and “Pineapple Twist au natural.”

 

Prefiguration

Genii (February 1965, p. 313)

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1972)

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 (early 1980s)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 156)

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1993)

Larry Jennings Close Up Parts 1 & 2 (2005)

A second handling appears as “Refigured Pre-Figuration” in Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967) and Expert Card Mysteries (1969, p. 50).

 

Prelude

This appeared at LarryJennings.com (2005).

 

Princess In Waiting

The Cardwright (1988, p. 45)—This is a second handling for “The Little Princess” from The Cardwright (1988, p. 38).

 

Problem With Hofzinser, A

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 17)—The previously appeared as “Hofzinser Ace Problem Solution” in A Visit With Larry Jennings (1982, p. 3). A second handling is described in the Comments on page 19.

Also see “Tell-Tale Aces.”

 

Psychological Side-Step, The

Up In Smoke And Other Tantalizing Mysteries (1990, p. 19)—This was reprinted as “Estimated Toss” in Thoughts On Cards, Volume Two (1995) and Up In Smoke (2005, p. 4).

 

Purloined Thought, The

Richard’s Almanac 17-18 (1984, p. 163)

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Reaping The Aces

Genii (December 1964, p. 220)

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1972)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 130)

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1993)

Card College Volume 1 (Giobbi, 1995, p. 51)—This appears as “The Spectator Cuts The Aces.”

Also see “Reaping The Aces I & II.”

 

Reaping The Aces I & II

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 130)—Two handlings are described. The first handling previously appeared in Genii (December 1964, p. 220).

 

Reconstructing The Professor’s Princess

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 88)—Four handlings are described.

 

Recount

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 50)—This is a second handling for “The Impossible Countdown” from Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967) and Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 48).

 

Red/Black Flyer

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 27)—Two handlings are described.

 

Red/Black Shuffle Revelation

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 113)

 

Red Rover Aces

The Cardwright (1988, p. 66)

 

Refigured Pre-Figuration

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967)

Expert Card Mysteries (1969, p. 50)

This is a second handling for “Prefiguration” from Genii (February 1965, p. 313), Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 (early 1980s) and The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 156).

 

Retrospective Lie Detector (Jennings/Cervon)

Genii (January 1987, p. 494)

Also see “The Lie Detector.”

 

Re-Turned Touch Turn

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 32)—Two handlings are described. The first is by Dai Vernon. This second previously appeared as “The Turncoat” in Expert Card Mysteries (1969, p. 44).

 

Return Of The Future Gambler, The (Jennings/Busby)

Epoptica Yearbook (1984, p. 289)—This is a second handling for “The Future Gambler” from The Cardiste Number 13 (1969, p. 29).

 

Revealment (Jennings/Cervon)

Hard-Boiled Mysteries (1998, p. 138)

 

Reverse Card In The Deck

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 (early 1980s)

Larry Jennings Close Up Parts 1 & 2 (2005)

The also appears in “3 Reverses” in Epilogue No. Seventeen (March 1973, p. 5) and as “Cut Reverse I” in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 226).

 

Reverse Elevator, A

Arcane No. One (1980)

 

Right-Hand Bottom Palm Of Multiple Cards, The

Card College Volume 3 (1998, p. 720)—This first appeared in Richard’s Almanac (December 1983, p. 148) in the description of Michael Skinner’s “SentiMental ACES” with Larry’s credit inadvertently left out. It later appeared in “The Searchers” in Richard’s Almanac 17-18 (January-February 1984, p. 172).

 

Routine For The Mullica Wallet, A

The Cardwright (1988, p. 183)

 

Royal Puzzle

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 204)—Two handlings are described.

 

Royal Reverse

The Cardwright (1988, p. 23)

 

Royal Triumph

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 5)—This was reprinted as “King’s Triumph” in Hierophant No. 7 (1975, p. 31) and The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 124).

 

Royal Twist, A

A Visit With Larry Jennings (1982, p. 3)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 98)

The A-1 All-Stars Volume 2 (mid-1990s)

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Sans Malice
The Castle Keep (February 1995, p. 2)

 

Search And Stop

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 105)

 

Searchers, The

Richard’s Almanac 17-18 (1984, p. 172)

 

Seconds, Thirds, Fourths, Etc.

The Cardwright (1988, p. 154)—An application of “The Snap Second Deal.”

Also see “A Snappy Lift” and “The Snap Second Deal.”

 

Secret Reverse

The Cardwright (1988, p. 17)—Three handlings are described.

 

Seven-Card Monte

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 131)

 

Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son, The

Genii Forum (February 2006)

 

Shut Up And Deal

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 60)

 

Side Rise

Epilogue No. Twenty-Three (March 1975, p. 2)—A second handling for this appears as “Double Shakeout” in Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 1) and The Cardwright (1988, p. 169).

 

Silver Ascending

Richard’s Almanac 17-18 (1984, p. 169)

 

Simple Stencil, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 212)—Two handlings are described.

 

Simplex LJ Switch

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 4)

 

Single Cup & Ball

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 1 (early 1980s)

Thoughts On Cards, Volume Two (1995)

Larry Jennings Close Up Parts 1 & 2 (2005)

See “Larry Jennings’ Single Cup And Balls Routine.”

 

Six/Four Count Card Across, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 77)

 

Six/Four Count Card To Pocket, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 74)

 

Skip Tracers, The

Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolics Lecture Notes (1979, p. 22)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 117)

 

Slap Aces

The Cardwright (1988, p. 73)

 

Slap Me Again

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 231)—Another handling for this effect appears as “Vanished Thought” on Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 2 (1995).

Also see “L.J. Ten Card Problem Variation.”

 

Slow Motion Aces

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 1 (1995)—A slightly different handling appears as “Aces For Experts” on Thoughts On Cards, Volume One (1995).

Also see “LJ Version Of Vernon’s Slow-Motion Ace Assembly.”

 

Slow Motion Card To Number

Up In Smoke (2005, p. 25)

 

Slow-Motion Card To Pocket

The Cardwright (1988, p. 156)

 

Slow-Motion Five-Card Ace Assembly

Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 6)—This also appeared on Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 2 (1995).

 

Slow-Motion Larry

The Cardwright (1988, p. 112)

 

Snap Double Lift, The

The Cardwright (1988, p. 148)—See “A Snappy Lift.”

 

Snap Lift, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 238)—See “A Snappy Lift.”

 

Snappy Lift, A

The Gen (September 1964, p. 130)

Epilogue Special, No. 3 Part Two (1975, p. 20)—Mention is made of the double lift in the description of “The Snap Second Deal.”

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 238)—This appears as “The Snap Lift.”

The Cardwright (1988, p. 148)—This appears as “The Snap Double Lift.”

Also see “The Snap Second Deal” and “The Face Up Snap Double Lift.”

 

Snap Second Deal, The

Epilogue Special, No. 3 Part Two (1975, p. 19)

The Cardwright (1988, p. 150)

Also see “A Snappy Lift” and “Snap Second Deal Applications.”

 

Snap Second Deal Applications

The Cardwright (1988, p. 148)—Also see “A Snappy Lift” and “The Snap Second Deal.”

 

Snap Second Turnover, The

The Cardwright (1988, p. 153)—Also see “A Snappy Lift” and “The Snap Second Deal.”

 

Snap Stud Second Deal, The

The Cardwright (1988, p. 152)—Also see “A Snappy Lift” and “The Snap Second Deal.”

 

Spectator Cops The Silver, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 8)

 

Spectator Cuts The Aces, The

Card College Volume 1 (Giobbi, 1995, p. 51)—Also see “Reaping The Aces.”

 

Spectator Cuts The Aces #1111

The Cardwright (1988, p. 102)—Two handlings are described. A variation of the second handling appears as “Spectator Cuts The Aces Again” in The Cardwright (1988, p. 109).

Also see “Reaping The Aces.”

 

Spectator Cuts The Aces Again

The Cardwright (1988, p. 109)—This is a variation of the second handling of “Spectator Cuts The Aces #1111” from The Cardwright (1988, p. 102).

Also see “Reaping The Aces.”

 

Spectator-Peek Glimpse

Best Of Friends (1982, p. 501)—This previously appeared as “Turnabout Peek” in Epilogue Special, No. 3 Part Two (1975, p. 16).

 

Spectator’s Choice

Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolics Lecture Notes (1979, p. 25)

Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 25)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 119)—This is a slightly different handling than that in Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolics Lecture Notes and Japan Lecture Notes.

 

Spectator’s Triumph

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 246)

 

Spectator Touches The Aces

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 6)—This appears with no title.

Also see “2002 Aces.”

 

Stabbed Coincidence

Marketed by Jeff Busby, 1976

 

Standing Three Eagles

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 132)

 

Stand Up Coins Across

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967)

Lecture Notes (Hollywood Roosevelt Lecture) (1970)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 13)—This appears as “L.J. Four Coins Across.”

Also see “Larry Jennings’ Coins Across.”

 

Structured

A Visit With Larry Jennings (1982, p. 6)

The Cardwright (1988, p. 188)

 

Stud Bottom Deal

The Cardwright (1988, p. 143)—This previously appears as “Gambler’s Bottom Deal” in Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p.2).

 

Subliminal Aces

The Cardwright (1988, p. 111)—This is a third handling for “Lost And Found” from The Cardwright (1988, p. 82).

Also see “Lost And Found Again.”

 

Sucker Punch

Thoughts On Cards, Volume One (1995)

 

Sugar Vanish & Reproduction

Rules Of Thumb, Vol. 3 (1994)

 

Surprise Package, A (Jennings/Garcia)

Super Subtle Card Miracles (1973, p. 182)—This is a version of “The Visitor.”

Also see “The Visitor.”

 

Swindle Four-King Triumph

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 138)

 

Synchronicity

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 1 (early 1980s)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 10)

Larry Jennings Close Up Parts 1 & 2 (2005)

Also see “The Optical Prediction.”

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Tactile Change,The

The Cardwright (1988, p. 165)

 

Tahoe Triumph

Up In Smoke And Other Tantalizing Mysteries (1990, p. 7)

Up In Smoke (2005, p. 41)

 

Tally-Ho Spell

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 26)

 

Tell-Tale Aces

Dai Vernon’s Ultimate Secrets Of Card Magic (1967, p. 49)—Also see “Hofzinser Ace Problem Solution.”

 

Ten-Cent Quickie

Don England’s Gaffed To The Hilt! (1985, p. 41)

 

They Vanish!

Richard’s Almanac 17-18 (1984, p. 175)—Two handlings are described.

 

Thought Card To Pocket

Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 4)

A different effect with this title appears in Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 12) and Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 2 (1995).

 

Thought Card To Pocket

Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 12)

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 2 (1995)

A different effect with this title appears in Larry Jennings 1992 Lecture (p. 4).

 

Three As Four Count

The Cardwright (1988, p. 49)

 

Three On A Match

Up In Smoke (2005, p. 60)

 

Thunderstruck

Thoughts On Cards, Special Edition (1995)

 

Tips On The Gambler’s Cop

Thoughts On Cards, Volume One (1995)

 

Tips On The Top Card Cover Pass

Thoughts On Cards, Volume One (1995)

 

T.N.T. Top Change

Genii (October 1987, p. 257)

 

To Convert Into A Nimble Juggler Anie Innocent Doning Your Cote, Making Him Find Anothers Card Conveied To His Pocket In A Woonderfull Maner, All Doone Without Confederacie

Genii (March 1996, p. 374)

 

Toss Of A Coin, The

Richard’s Almanac Summer 1985 (p. 299)

 

Transmutation

Lecture Notes (Hollywood Roosevelt Lecture) (1970)

Genii (May 1970, p. 409)—This appears as “L.J.’s Transmutation.”

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 42)

A second handling for this effect appears as “The Transmuted Deck” in Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 119).

 

Transmuted Cards, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 114)—This effect is based on “Transmutation.”

 

Transmuted Deck, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 119)—This is a second handling for “Transmutation” from Lecture Notes (Hollywood Roosevelt Lecture) (1970), Genii (May 1970, p. 409), and Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 42).

 

Trapped With The Pass

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 11)

 

Trapped With The Placement

Epilogue Special No. 3 Part One (1975, p. 12)

 

Travelling Expert, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 150)—This is a slightly different handling for “The Lonesome Travellers” from Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 3) and Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 178).

Also see “The Alpha Count Travellers.”

 

Trinary Metastasis

Epilogue No. Fourteen (March 1972, p. 3)—Two handlings are described.

 

Triple Discovery

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 163)—This previously appeared with a slightly different handling as “O. Henry Find” in Kabbala (March 1972, p. 53).

 

Truthful Triumph, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 146)

 

Try To Remember

Best Of Friends (1982, p. 504)

 

Turnabout Peek

Epilogue Special, No. 3 Part Two (1975, p. 16)—This was reprinted as “Spectator-Peek Glimpse” in Best Of Friends (1982, p. 501).

 

Turn And Take Bottom

Larry Jennings Close Up Part 2 (early 1980s)

Revelations (1984, p. ii)—This appears with no title in Persi Diaconis’ introduction.

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 141)—This appears as “T.N.T. Bottom Deal.”

Larry Jennings Close Up Parts 1 & 2 (2005)

 

Turncoat, The

Expert Card Mysteries (1969, p. 44)—This was reprinted as “Re-Turned Touch Turn” in Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 33).

 

Turning Braue Around (Jennings/Cervon)

Genii (February 1987, p. 576)

 

Twenty Two Cent Trick

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 1)—See “22 Cent Trick.”

 

Twisted In The Middle

The Cardwright (1988, p. 54)—Also see “Leaving The Body.”

 

Twisted Trio (Jennings/Dingle/Skinner)

Magic (September 1991, p. 32)

 

Twist’ In

Kabbala (July 1972, p. 87)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 122)

A second handling for this effect appears as “Twist’ In II” in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 198).

 

Twist’ In II

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 198)—This is a second handling for “Twist’ In” from Kabbala (July 1972, p. 87) and The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 122).

 

Twisting The Aces With A Twist

Thoughts On Cards, Volume Two (1995)

 

Twisting The Plot

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 7)—Also see “Plotting The Twist Aces.”

 

Two Placement Cuts

The Pallbearers Review (December 1972, p. 580)—Three handlings are described.

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Undercut Aces

The Cardwright (1988, p. 91)—A slightly different handling appears as “Bonus” in Exclusive Card Miracles (1980, p. 16).

 

Uni-Flection

A Visit With Larry Jennings (1982, p. 1)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 184)—This handling is different than that in A Visit With Larry Jennings.

 

Unmatchable Matches

Genii (January 1965, p. 269)

 

untitled
Profile No. 6 (February 1992, no page #)

 

Up In Smoke

Up In Smoke And Other Tantalizing Mysteries (1990, p.12)

Up In Smoke (2005, p. 50)

Two handlings are described.

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Vanish And Reappearance Of A Card

The Cardwright (1988, p. 25)

 

Vanished Thought

Larry Jennings Paris Tapes, Volume 2 (1995)—Another handling for this effect appears as “Slap Me Again” in The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 231).

 

Vernon’s Three Ball Routine Done With Coins

Lecture Notes On Card And Coin Handling (July 1967)

Lecture Notes (Hollywood Roosevelt Lecture) (1970)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 9)

 

Visiting Expert, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 206)—This is a different handling for “The Visitor” from Expert Card Mysteries (1969, p. 53) and The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 159).

 

Visitor, The

Expert Card Mysteries (1969, p. 53)—This appears as “Jennings’ Visitor.”

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1972)

Super Subtle Card Miracles (1973, p. 182)—This appears as “A Surprise Package.”

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 159)—This is a slightly different handling than that in Expert Card Mysteries.

Classic Magic—The Larry Jennings Video (1992)

Larry Jennings-No Card Magic Nyuumon (1993)

Easy To Master Card Miracles Vol. 9 (video) (2004)

Larry Jennings—A Private Lesson (DVD) (2006)

Also see “Last Minute Visitor” and “The Visiting Expert.”

 

Visual Copper And Silver

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 78)

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Walking Man

Magic (April 1993, p. 56)

 

Wallet Deck Switch

Magical Arts Journal (September 1986, p. 1)

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 179)

 

Wave Vanish, The

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 174)

 

Well Oiled Reset

The Classic Magic Of Larry Jennings (1986, p. 46)

 

Where’s The Discrepancy?

Lecture Notes (Hollywood Roosevelt Lecture) (1970)

Larry Jennings On Card And Coin Handling (1977, p. 41)

 

Wrong Card Turns Right, A

Japan Lecture Notes (1979, p. 7)

Arcane No. Five (September 1981)

 

Wrong Place At The Right Time, The

Jennings ’67 (1997, p. 124)—Three handlings are described.

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You Call It

Rules Of Thumb, Vol. 1 (1994)

 

You Can Always Count On Your Wallet

The Cardwright (1988, p. 197)

 

Your Best Suit

The New York Magic Symposium Close Up/Stage Collection Two (1983, p. 60)

 

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