self-duplicating set-ups\nexotic principle in which sequences are duplicated in a random outjog-sorting procedure\nkarl fulves\nself-duplicating set-ups\nkarl fulves\nduprediction\nphilip t. goldstein\nblackjack attack\nbob farmer
1968
epilogue Karl Fulves

Self-Duplicating Set-ups

exotic principle in which sequences are duplicated in a random outjog-sorting procedure

gray stak\ncombining gray code and stay stack in a deck with eight cards, in the application a selection is divined, see also addenda on page 60, for sixteen- and 32-card arrangements see reference\nkarl fulves\nfaro ideas - reflected gray stack\nearl keyser
1969
faro & riffle technique Karl Fulves

Gray Stak

combining gray code and stay stack in a deck with eight cards, in the application a selection is divined, see also Addenda on page 60, for sixteen- and 32-Card Arrangements see reference

self-duplicating set-ups\nexotic principle in which sequences are duplicated in a random outjog-sorting procedure\nkarl fulves\nself-duplicating set-ups\nkarl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Self-Duplicating Set-ups

exotic principle in which sequences are duplicated in a random outjog-sorting procedure

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
curioser Jeff Busby

A Problem And An Interesting Sidelight

reflection 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

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
curioser Jeff Busby

Interesting Sidelight

dealing 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

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

The Constant Straight Routine

straights show up despite shuffling and mixing, seven phases, with packet

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

Polar Repulsion Straights

"The same as Constant Straight Routine only more so!"

replica poker\nno. 40, ten cards, five are removed by spectator, remaining five cards are in same value-order, self-duplicating set-up\nkarl fulves
1984
more self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Replica Poker

No. 40, ten cards, five are removed by spectator, remaining five cards are in same value-order, self-duplicating set-up

the unknown entity\nconvoluted coincidence effect with two packets, one packet counted down to find mate in other packet (two cards, two piles, but not same position)\npeter duffie
1997
effortless card magic Peter Duffie

The Unknown Entity

Convoluted coincidence effect with two packets, one packet counted down to find mate in other packet (two cards, two piles, but not same position)

igor\ntwo packets, card chosen in one matches up with vampire in other packet when counted simultaneously\nkarl fulves\n"staggered" (eddie joseph)
2000
lost vampire secrets Karl Fulves

Igor

two packets, card chosen in one matches up with vampire in other packet when counted simultaneously

colorosity plus!\ntwo odd-colored cards are eventually in two piles, the add up to a number prediction (7/8 force stack)\npeter duffie
2000
new inspirations Peter Duffie

Colorosity Plus!

two odd-colored cards are eventually in two piles, the add up to a number prediction (7/8 force stack)

no, it is open: one position\na/k/a rotator
match with small packet stay stack (optional: slot machine cards)\nphilip t. goldstein
2002
redivider Philip T. Goldstein

No, it is Open: One Position

a/k/a Rotator
match with small packet stay stack (optional: slot machine cards)

力ルイ千ビンナコネコナンビ千イル力?\na/k/a stack cats\nphilip t. goldstein\n"stellar surprise" (nick trost, esp session with nick trost)\nthe dream of a hermit\ndr. stanley jaks
2002
redivider Philip T. Goldstein

力ルイ千ビンナコネコナンビ千イル力?

a/k/a Stack Cats

Related to

"Stellar Surprise" (Nick Trost, ESP Session with Nick Trost)

test set\ncard removed from ten-card-esp-packet divined by spelling, outgrowth of "symbulation" (linking ring, april 1996)\nphilip t. goldstein
2002
redivider Philip T. Goldstein

Test Set

card removed from ten-card-ESP-packet divined by spelling, outgrowth of "Symbulation" (Linking Ring, April 1996)

yo! bet no monte, boy.\na/k/a roll, or...
matching effect with three cards torn in half and a die\nphilip t. goldstein
2002
redivider Philip T. Goldstein

Yo! Bet no Monte, Boy.

a/k/a Roll, or...
matching effect with three cards torn in half and a die

wondered? no, psi is pondered now.\ntwo sets of esp cards mixed by spectator who then choses (via procedure) five cards, exactly one of each\nphilip t. goldstein
2002
redivider Philip T. Goldstein

Wondered? No, Psi is Pondered Now.

two sets of ESP cards mixed by spectator who then choses (via procedure) five cards, exactly one of each

mull i, will i win? i will, i will! um...\na/k/a engage le jeu que je le gagne
a/k/a drawer's reward
dead man's hand presentation\nphilip t. goldstein
2002
redivider Philip T. Goldstein

Mull I, Will I Win? I Will, I Will! Um...

a/k/a Engage Le Jeu Que Je Le Gagne
a/k/a Drawer's Reward
Dead Man's Hand presentation

the sigma principle\nforce in which spectator cuts off pile, counts it and counts down that many cards in rest\nwesley james
2004
enchantments Wesley James

The Sigma Principle

force in which spectator cuts off pile, counts it and counts down that many cards in rest

double triple match\nten red-backed and ten blue-backed cards mixed together, two chosen, they match and also match a card put in the himber wallet, repeat phase, sbs double facers\nharry riser\nmum, oct. & nov. 1999
2006
secrets of an escamoteur Harry Riser

Double Triple Match

ten red-backed and ten blue-backed cards mixed together, two chosen, they match and also match a card put in the Himber wallet, repeat phase, SBS double facers

a mind-reading computer\npacket of twelve cards, go through various dealing and shuffling procedures, create a pair of matching mates\npersi diaconis\nron graham
2012
magical mathematics Persi Diaconis, Ron Graham

A Mind-Reading Computer

Packet of twelve cards, go through various dealing and shuffling procedures, create a pair of matching mates