Written by Karl Fulves
Work of Karl Fulves, Bob Ostin, Various
40 pages (Stapled), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with drawings by Joseph K. Schmidt
Language: English
21 entries
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Karl Fulves Introduction
Karl Fulves Submarine Patter on using submarine theme in card tricks
Related to 3
Karl Fulves An Early Submarine Card Trick on the the slit principle to affect penetrations in small packets
Tom Sellers New Principle Card Trick two cards, one of top of the other, bottom card penetrates to top, third card added and cards penetrate again
Also published here
  • "21 New Card Tricks" (1936)
Heavy Diamonds effect description from Davenport's catalog, Four of Diamonds travels down one by one in small packet
Karl Fulves The Layout Problem further thoughts on Elusive Lady
Inspired byRelated to 6
Karl Fulves J. C. Whyley's Elusive Lady comments and letter by Sid Lorraine
Related to 7
J.C. Whyley Elusive Lady reprint from reference
Also published here 8
Karl Fulves Ostin's Submarine Card comments on Bob Ostin's effect
Charles T. Jordan Joker Monte three cards shown in fan and turned over, spectator cannot find Joker
Also published here 11
Karl Fulves, Jack Avis A Letter from Jack Avis
Related to 13
Ellis Stanyon Elusive Joker
Related to 14
Karl Fulves Infront Traps comment on instant visible sandwich effects
Karl Fulves Sub Trap two cards, third card underneath, it is instantly between the other two cards, partial envelope card
Inspired byVariations 16
Karl Fulves Trapped While You Watch variant handling
Inspired by 18
Bob Ostin The Nautilus Card "New Submarine Card", odd-backed card placed perpendicular in three-card packet rises up and down
Inspired by
  • "The Submarine Card" (Bob Ostin, marketed by Ken Brooke)
VariationsAlso published here
Karl Fulves Sub Chase different handling, adding second submarine card
Inspired by 26
Karl Fulves Experimental Submarines different gaff idea
Related to 35
Karl Fulves Color Changing Back Problem outjogged sandwiched card visibly changed back color, posed as a problem
Karl Fulves Sub Counts on ungaffed approaches
Inspired by
  • "The Submarine Card" (Bob Ostin)
Karl Fulves Sand Trap ideas posed as a problem:
  • small packet counted, quarter card appears within packet, on next count half card, and so on until full card
  • also in reverse as vanish
  • cannibals
  • quarters assemble and restore
  • progressive unprinting (Sam Schwartz)
Variations 39
Data entered by Denis Behr.