Fred Trick

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(New page: Fred Trick was the card routine created by Fred Lowe (with Paul Marcus) originally called "Christened Reverse". It was seen by Dave Campbell in 1971 who developed a different m...)
 
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It reinvented years later by [[Trevor Duffy]] as "Phil" the card trick.  
 
It reinvented years later by [[Trevor Duffy]] as "Phil" the card trick.  
  
[[Ali Bongo]] also published a version in [[Abracadabra]] Vol. 73 (1981) called "A Card Named Fred /Christened Reverse the Second".
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== Variations ==
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* Magick ?
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* '''A Card Named Fred /Christened Reverse the Second''' by [[Ali Bongo]] in [[Abracadabra]] Vol. 73 (1981)  
  
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* '''The Dream''' in  The Smagorad Mind Mirage by Denny Laub and Gary Inglese (1983) - inspired by "Say It Again Sam" marketed by Stoner's Magic Shop, a card was selected mentally by a woman in the audience from a deck that had different names written on their backs. The mentally selected card had the woman's name.
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* '''Female''' in Thirty Five Years Later (1986) by Ed Marlo - All the cards have a different name on the back and the card selected is the only card with the spectator's name on it.
 
[[Category:Cards]]
 
[[Category:Cards]]
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[[Category:Card Plots]]

Revision as of 06:32, 13 July 2009

Fred Trick was the card routine created by Fred Lowe (with Paul Marcus) originally called "Christened Reverse". It was seen by Dave Campbell in 1971 who developed a different method to create "Fred the card" trick (as a dedication to Fred Lowe).

It reinvented years later by Trevor Duffy as "Phil" the card trick.

Variations

  • Magick ?
  • A Card Named Fred /Christened Reverse the Second by Ali Bongo in Abracadabra Vol. 73 (1981)
  • The Dream in The Smagorad Mind Mirage by Denny Laub and Gary Inglese (1983) - inspired by "Say It Again Sam" marketed by Stoner's Magic Shop, a card was selected mentally by a woman in the audience from a deck that had different names written on their backs. The mentally selected card had the woman's name.
  • Female in Thirty Five Years Later (1986) by Ed Marlo - All the cards have a different name on the back and the card selected is the only card with the spectator's name on it.
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