introduction\non mathematical magic\nkarl fulves
1980
Karl Fulves

Introduction

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the disappearing rabbit\n\npaul curry\nrabbit reunion\nkarl fulves
1980
Paul Curry

The Disappearing Rabbit

Variations 
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rabbit reunion\ncurry's effect with 2 rabbits vanishing one by one\nkarl fulves\nthe disappearing rabbit\npaul curry
1980
Karl Fulves

Rabbit Reunion

Inspired by 
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notes by karl fulves\non curry's effect\nkarl fulves\nthe disappearing rabbit\npaul curry
1980
Karl Fulves

Notes By Karl Fulves

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the moving pip\npip missing on card that is cut in pieces, when rearranged pip moved\nkarl fulves\nfive into four\nkarl fulves
1980
Karl Fulves

The Moving Pip

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powerdox\nrectangle puzzle, two pieces one by one removed but still a rectangle\nkarl fulves\nparadox\nmitsunobu matsuyama
1980
Karl Fulves

Powerdox

Inspired by 
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euclid's vanish\nnumber of objects drawn on a slate changes from seven to six, sliding part\nmartin gardner\nthe geometric slate\nkarl fulves
1980
Martin Gardner

Euclid's Vanish

Variations 
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the geometric slate\nthreeway multiple out prediction\nkarl fulves\neuclid's vanish\nmartin gardner
1980
Karl Fulves

The Geometric Slate

Inspired by 
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dice on slate\nidea in which dice drawn on slate become real\nkarl fulves
1980
Karl Fulves

Dice on Slate

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a problem and an interesting sidelight\nreflection problem: how to make stay stack with one cut and one shuffle
the solution: pack(et) torn in half and one half reversed via klondike shuffle\njeff busby
1980
Jeff Busby

A Problem And An Interesting Sidelight

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klondike as faro substitute\n\ngene finnell\n"finnell's card magic"
1980
Gene Finnell

Klondike as Faro Substitute

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interesting sidelight\ndealing stay stack into any number of piles retains stay stack, with tables how to pick up the piles for up to five piles
 general rules for pick ups
 added notes\njeff busby\nstay stack dealing property\npersi diaconis
1980
Jeff Busby

Interesting Sidelight

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redblack stay stacks\nsame color reflection, opposite color reflection\njeff busby
1980
Jeff Busby

RedBlack Stay Stacks

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cyclical stack <> stay stack\n\njeff busby
1980
Jeff Busby

Cyclical Stack <> Stay Stack

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the constant straight routine\nstraights show up despite shuffling and mixing, seven phases, with packet\njeff busby\npolar repulsion straights\njeff busby
1980
Jeff Busby

The Constant Straight Routine

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polar repulsion straights\n"the same as constant straight routine only more so!"\njeff busby\nthe constant straight routine\njeff busby
1980
Jeff Busby

Polar Repulsion Straights

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double reflection stack\nstay stack in which each half is mirrored in itself, no application\njeff busby
1980
Jeff Busby

Double Reflection Stack

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the insane australian\npacket hidden, card at same position noted in rest\njeff busby
1980
Jeff Busby

The Insane Australian

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klondike & down/under formula\nsee notes\njeff busby\ncarbon copy\nkarl fulves
1980
Jeff Busby

Klondike & Down/Under Formula

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no commercial potential\nklondike shuffle and down/under deal\njeff busby\n"isaac's law" (karl fulves, magic and spells quarterly)\nsecond law\nkarl fulves
1980
Jeff Busby

No Commercial Potential

Inspired by "Isaac's Law" (Karl Fulves, Magic and Spells Quarterly)
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liar's matrix\n01combinations, 1 bit changed in any line gives a unique line\nalex elmsley
1980
Alex Elmsley

Liar's Matrix

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the octal pencil\nliar's matrix, spectator selects number column and reads out print color lying on one of them\nalex elmsley
1980
Alex Elmsley

The Octal Pencil

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honesty test\nliar's matrix, spectator selects word column and reads out print color lying on one of them\nalex elmsley
1980
Alex Elmsley

Honesty Test

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pack of lies\nliar's matrix, spectator selects card column and reads out their colors, lying on one of them, different methods:
 mnemonic method
 no memory
 and again
 lewry's lie detector\nalex elmsley\ncolin lewry\na fourbit trick\nkarl fulves
1980
Alex Elmsley, Colin Lewry

Pack Of Lies

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blind stud\ncards are cut and dealt out, things about hands are revealed with back turned, gray code to base 4\nalex elmsley
1980
Alex Elmsley

Blind Stud

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tell me three times\nthree cards chosen and called out, on one of them is lied, stack\nalex elmsley
1980
Alex Elmsley

Tell Me Three Times

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parity failure\nsome cards from 5x5 cards layout are turned over according to rules, condition is called out and on one card is lied\nalex elmsley\nparity failure\nalex elmsley\nparity notes\ncharles hudson\nunstacked parity\nroy walton
1980
Alex Elmsley

Parity Failure

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gray codes\n\nkarl fulves
1980
Karl Fulves

Gray Codes

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no tables, no charts\nbinary numbers & gray code\nkarl fulves
1980
Karl Fulves

No Tables, No Charts

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a fourbit trick\ncard in square layout of faceup/facedown cards turned over and divined\nkarl fulves\npack of lies\nalex elmsley\ncolin lewry
1980
Karl Fulves

A FourBit Trick

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hex squared\n4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card\nkarl fulves\nhex squared\nkarl fulves
1980
Karl Fulves

Hex Squared

Also published here 
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kreskin's lost $20,000 challenge\n\nkarl fulves
1980
Karl Fulves

Kreskin's Lost $20,000 Challenge

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auto abacus\ngray code on one way backs\nkarl fulves\nthe abacus card trick\nroy walton
1980
Karl Fulves

Auto Abacus

Inspired by 
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the auto abacus trick\ngray code on one way backs, "the 52card deck"\nkarl fulves\nthe abacus card trick\nroy walton
1980
Karl Fulves

The Auto Abacus Trick

Inspired by 
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reflection\nstay stack & gray code\nkarl fulves
1980
Karl Fulves

Reflection

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silk chain prediction\n\n unknown
1980
Unknown

Silk Chain Prediction

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red less black\nspectator separates colors from back, number of errors are called, performer then names all cards\nkarl fulves
1980
Karl Fulves

Red Less Black

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a gray code problem\nturning blocks over followed by faro shuffles, fourcardgroups examined regarding uniqueness of faceup/down distribution\nkarl fulves
1980
Karl Fulves

A Gray Code Problem

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not reflected\nacefive of hearts and diamonds shuffled and dealt, pairs removed, all other cards match, elaboration of redblackrelationship principle\nkarl fulves\nnotes on brainchild\nkarl fulves
1980
Karl Fulves

Not Reflected

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forced march\n4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card\nsam schwartz\nhex squared\nkarl fulves
1980
Sam Schwartz

Forced March

Inspired by 
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the square ring\n4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card, only three instructions\nsam schwartz\nkarl fulves\nhex squared\nkarl fulves\nthe square ring\nkarl fulves\nsam schwartz
1980
Sam Schwartz, Karl Fulves

The Square Ring

Inspired byAlso published here 
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the noname game\ndeck cut and top four cards distributed, replaced, four blackjack games played and the 4 spectators' cards make perfect hands\nfather cyprian
1980
Father Cyprian

The NoName Game

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parity notes\n\ncharles hudson\nparity failure\nalex elmsley
1980
Charles Hudson

Parity Notes

Inspired by 
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unstacked parity\nno stack version\nroy walton\nparity failure\nalex elmsley
1980
Roy Walton

Unstacked Parity

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