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[[Call to the Colors]] is a classic plot in card magic in which the magician is able to deal any color he chooses.
 
[[Call to the Colors]] is a classic plot in card magic in which the magician is able to deal any color he chooses.
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In "Card Magic for Amateurs and Professionals", Bill Simon says he based his routine on a principle by [[John Scarne]] used in "Scarne Card Puzzle". He also mentions that [[Cardini]] previously introduced a similar effect.
  
 
== Published versions ==
 
== Published versions ==
 
* Card Magic for Amateurs and Professionals by Bill Simon (1952)
 
* Card Magic for Amateurs and Professionals by Bill Simon (1952)

Revision as of 10:24, 9 August 2008

Call to the Colors is a classic plot in card magic in which the magician is able to deal any color he chooses.

In "Card Magic for Amateurs and Professionals", Bill Simon says he based his routine on a principle by John Scarne used in "Scarne Card Puzzle". He also mentions that Cardini previously introduced a similar effect.

Published versions

  • Card Magic for Amateurs and Professionals by Bill Simon (1952)