Written by Karl Fulves, Roy Walton
Work of Roy Walton
36 pages (Stapled), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with drawings by Joseph K. Schmidt
Language: English
12 entries
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Karl Fulves Introduction
Roy Walton The Spread Half Pass
Inspired byAlso published here 3
Roy Walton Fleeting Image two cards peeked at, two random cards turned over in different parts of deck, they come together to find first selection, then one travels back down and changes into second selection, then comes from pocket
Also published here 5
Roy Walton Revolving Universal Joker face up in spread, it changes into two selections one by one
Also published here 7
Roy Walton Second Time Around three cards chosen, found reversed, other cards on either side
Inspired byAlso published here 11
Roy Walton The Attractive Joker selection appears under Joker on face of deck, repeat in which Joker changes into selection
Inspired by
  • "Find the Aces" (Toshio Akanuma, Genii, May 1971)
Also published here
Roy Walton Universal Aces three Aces and Joker in packet, Joker changes into each of the Jokers so two of each are seen with each count, then Joker changes into fourth Ace
Inspired byAlso published here 17
Roy Walton Fake Pickup top card of left-hand half flipped face up and then apparently picked up under right hand packet, really a cover-card from right hand dropped onto it
Related toAlso published here 19
Roy Walton A Changeable Nature red Ace face up in center, changes to other red Ace, then both red Aces, then black Aces, then all four Aces, then Tens, then Kings are reversed in Center
Related toAlso published here 21
Roy Walton Traveling Man two sets of Kings from different decks, named one transposes
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here 25
Roy Walton Past And Present no-palm card to envelope in pocket, all cards from named suit removed in order, one chosen and that one travels, is already gone
Inspired by
  • "Thought Foretold" (Nelson Downs letters, Linking Ring, Apr. 1971)
Also published here
Roy Walton Jordan Plus Colour two thought cards across with two odd-backed decks, odd-backed siamesa
Inspired byAlso published here 33
Data entered by Denis Behr, December 2019.