chapter i - trailing the dovetail shuffle to its lair \n "(with sidelights on one or two other shuffles)"
interlocking chain principle with up to three riffle shuffles \n charles t. jordan
1919/1920
thirty card mysteries Charles T. Jordan

Chapter I - Trailing the Dovetail Shuffle to its Lair

"(with sidelights on one or two other shuffles)"
interlocking chain principle with up to three riffle shuffles

the premo \n no. 3, card located after three riffle shuffles, interlocking chains, optional with marked deck or blindfolded \n charles t. jordan
1919/1920
thirty card mysteries Charles T. Jordan

The Premo

No. 3, card located after three riffle shuffles, interlocking chains, optional with marked deck or blindfolded

a novel detection \n no. 4, spectator counts down cards and remembers the last one, halves riffle shuffled together, interlocking chains \n charles t. jordan
1919/1920
thirty card mysteries Charles T. Jordan

A Novel Detection

No. 4, spectator counts down cards and remembers the last one, halves riffle shuffled together, interlocking chains

the psychic prediction \n total of six selections predicted, stack that will force the number 27, riffle shuffle with chains \n charles t. jordan
1921
the four full hands Charles T. Jordan

The Psychic Prediction

total of six selections predicted, stack that will force the number 27, riffle shuffle with chains

the mysterious detective \n three spectators pocket cards, performer names them, stack that can be riffle shuffled once \n charles t. jordan
1921
the four full hands Charles T. Jordan

The Mysterious Detective

three spectators pocket cards, performer names them, stack that can be riffle shuffled once

mental abstraction or cards by instinct \n cards shuffled once, separated with hearts/clubs in one pile, spectator choses cards in one pile and performer instantly removes mates from other pile behind back \n ralph w. hull
1932
"eye-openers" Ralph W. Hull

Mental Abstraction or Cards by Instinct

cards shuffled once, separated with Hearts/Clubs in one pile, spectator choses cards in one pile and performer instantly removes mates from other pile behind back

the solution of "something to work on" \n stacked deck, two chains, solution \n charles nyquist \n something to work on \n vincent dalban
1935
the jinx 1-50 Charles Nyquist

the act \n longer routine of the master mind, several times cards are predicted on billets \n theodore annemann
1935
complete one man mental and psychic routine Theodore Annemann

The Act

longer routine of The Master Mind, several times cards are predicted on billets

improved chevalier \n deck shuffled twice, named suit removed, all values spelt out \n charles t. jordan
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Charles T. Jordan

Improved Chevalier

deck shuffled twice, named suit removed, all values spelt out

psychic prediction \n total of six selections predicted, stack that will force the number 27, riffle shuffle with chains \n charles t. jordan
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Charles T. Jordan

Psychic Prediction

total of six selections predicted, stack that will force the number 27, riffle shuffle with chains

mysterious detective \n three spectators pocket cards, performer names them, stack that can be riffle shuffled once \n charles t. jordan
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Charles T. Jordan

Mysterious Detective

three spectators pocket cards, performer names them, stack that can be riffle shuffled once

the wizard's dream \n free selection in riffle shuffled deck is found, full stack \n charles t. jordan
1937
encyclopedia of card tricks Charles T. Jordan

The Wizard's Dream

free selection in riffle shuffled deck is found, full stack

the ultra find \n handling for interlocking chain location that avoids obvious studying of order \n theodore annemann \n ultra-find \n david solomon
1938
the jinx 1-50 Theodore Annemann

The Ultra Find

handling for interlocking chain location that avoids obvious studying of order

name your favorite \n any card named, after riffle shuffle spectator goes through cards and performer stops him at named card \n robert parrish
1939
do that again! Robert Parrish

Name Your Favorite

any card named, after riffle shuffle spectator goes through cards and performer stops him at named card

magic by mail \n divination of selected card by mail, deck is sent through the post, deck is shuffled and card is selected, only half the cards are sent to the magician, yet card is divined. uses interlocking chains \n charles t. jordan \n long distance mind reading \n charles t. jordan
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Charles T. Jordan

Magic by Mail

Divination of selected card by mail, deck is sent through the post, deck is shuffled and card is selected, only half the cards are sent to the magician, yet card is divined. Uses interlocking chains

beyond the veil \n cut-to card is spelled out in second deck and produces same card \n patrick page \n shuffled speller \n philip t. goldstein \n patrick page
1959
card tricks Patrick Page

Beyond the Veil

cut-to card is spelled out in second deck and produces same card

color control - mentalists night out \n after a riffle shuffle some pairs and features of the hands are foreseen, esp deck \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves
1967
epilogue Karl Fulves

Color Control - Mentalists Night Out

after a riffle shuffle some pairs and features of the hands are foreseen, ESP deck

incorporated color control \n - part one: pairs attract each other after riffle shuffle (rbbr-rbbr-...)
- part two: spectator lays out pairs on table, performer knows which ones are black and which red
- part three: number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted \n karl fulves \n p. 109 for comment \n the candy king \n stewart james \n incorporated color control with coins \n bob hemple \n color control - mentalists night out \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves \n the red and the black \n paul curry \n riffle shuffle control \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves \n backwards bet \n karl fulves
1967
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Karl Fulves

Incorporated Color Control

Part One: pairs attract each other after riffle shuffle (RBBR-RBBR-...)

Part Two: spectator lays out pairs on table, performer knows which ones are black and which red

Part Three: number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted

riffle-shuffle set-ups \n the whole issue is about this topic treating
- basic color control
- position control
- automatic locators \n karl fulves
1968
epilogue Karl Fulves

riffle/reverse \n combination of riffle shuffle and reverse faro, related to gilbreath principle \n karl fulves \n riffle/reverse notes \n karl fulves
1968
epilogue Karl Fulves

Riffle/Reverse

combination of riffle shuffle and reverse faro, related to Gilbreath Principle

the 3-card cycle \n properties after riffle shuffling deck in 1-2-3-1-2-3-... order \n karl fulves \n a betting swindle \n martin gardner
1968
epilogue Karl Fulves

The 3-Card Cycle

properties after riffle shuffling deck in 1-2-3-1-2-3-... order

the self-correcting set-up \n properties after riffle shuffling two sets of the same order \n karl fulves \n dance with the devil \n unknown \n alligator \n john hostler
1968
epilogue Karl Fulves

The Self-Correcting Set-up

properties after riffle shuffling two sets of the same order

the floating locator \n determining position of key cards in the deck after a riffle shuffle with full deck stack \n karl fulves \n miracle revelation \n ken krenzel \n the floating locator \n karl fulves
1968
epilogue Karl Fulves

The Floating Locator

determining position of key cards in the deck after a riffle shuffle with full deck stack

a location \n position of two free selections are divined, riffle shuffle method \n karl fulves \n ho-hum humdinger \n jon racherbaumer
1968
epilogue Karl Fulves

A Location

position of two free selections are divined, riffle shuffle method

basic position control \n two sections in (possibly different) cyclic order are shuffled together and dealt in groups, formulas that tell whether in case of a match in a group one of the cards shows up on top or bottom of group
- definition of terms
- rule i & ii
- example 1 - 3 \n karl fulves \n top or bottom? \n karl fulves
1968
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Basic Position Control

two sections in (possibly different) cyclic order are shuffled together and dealt in groups, formulas that tell whether in case of a match in a group one of the cards shows up on top or bottom of group

some special cases \n "basic position control", riffle shuffle set-ups, including an unusual derivation of the basic gilbreath principle in example 6
- example 4 - 6 \n karl fulves
1968
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Some Special Cases

"Basic Position Control", riffle shuffle set-ups, including an unusual derivation of the basic Gilbreath principle in Example 6

general position control \n similar to "basic position control" without repeating cycles
- definition of terms
- rule iii & iv
- example 7 & 8 \n karl fulves
1968
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

General Position Control

similar to "Basic Position Control" without repeating cycles

distribution of mating pairs \n riffle shuffled deck dealt in groups, k-th group contains pair, how to determine its value
- definition of terms
- rule v & vi
- example 9 - 11 \n karl fulves
1968
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Distribution Of Mating Pairs

riffle shuffled deck dealt in groups, k-th group contains pair, how to determine its value

special cases \n "straightforward results"
- non-constant values of "s"
- constant value of (t)s
- example 15 \n karl fulves
1968
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

the double riffle shuffle \n properties that remain after two riffle shuffles
- the double riffe
- basic position control
- general position control
- substitutes for the double riffle (random dealing substitute to riffle shuffle)
- brief summary to a short chapter \n karl fulves
1968
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

The Double Riffle Shuffle

properties that remain after two riffle shuffles

The Double Riffe

Basic Position Control

General Position Control

Substitutes For The Double Riffle (random dealing substitute to riffle shuffle)

riffle shuffle analogs \n models to visualize effect of riffle shuffle on the order
- partitions
- the five-card partition
- general shuffle analogs
- polyominoes
- pseudo-polyominoes
- the matchbox analog
- a note on matchbox analogs
- and a note on ordered polyominoes \n karl fulves \n shuffle diagrams \n karl fulves
1968
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Riffle Shuffle Analogs

models to visualize effect of riffle shuffle on the order

double indemnity \n spectator riffle shuffles and remembers card at position twenty-six, then removes cards from top and bottom, still located, repeat \n karl fulves \n spread correction \n karl fulves
1968
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Double Indemnity

spectator riffle shuffles and remembers card at position twenty-six, then removes cards from top and bottom, still located, repeat

riffle shuffle techniques \n commentary on reflected set-ups, interlocking stacks, ... in combination with riffle shuffle \n karl fulves
1969
faro & riffle technique Karl Fulves

Riffle Shuffle Techniques

commentary on Reflected Set-Ups, Interlocking Stacks, ... in combination with riffle shuffle

interlocking stacks \n in the example a pile is riffle shuffled and packets of four cards each distributed, one knows something about matching values in the packets, see also addenda on page 60 \n karl fulves
1969
faro & riffle technique Karl Fulves

Interlocking Stacks

in the example a pile is riffle shuffled and packets of four cards each distributed, one knows something about matching values in the packets, see also Addenda on page 60

interface technique - example 17 \n spectator shuffles deck and deals cards out in blocks of four, suit of face card of any packet and value of next packet's top card are combined to represent a card, this is predicted \n karl fulves \n secret counting \n karl fulves
1969
faro & riffle technique Karl Fulves

Interface Technique - Example 17

spectator shuffles deck and deals cards out in blocks of four, suit of face card of any packet and value of next packet's top card are combined to represent a card, this is predicted

halving the prediction \n presentation idea, see also following item \n karl fulves \n interlocking stacks \n karl fulves
1969
faro & riffle technique Karl Fulves

prophet's loss \n cards shuffles and dealt off in groups of five, words are written on backs that combine e.g. to "the next matching cards will be jacks" and in the next pile of five cards this is verified, repeated \n karl fulves
1969
faro & riffle technique Karl Fulves

Prophet's Loss

cards shuffles and dealt off in groups of five, words are written on backs that combine e.g. to "The next matching cards will be jacks" and in the next pile of five cards this is verified, repeated

marked improvement \n cards shuffled and dealt in groups of five, marks on back of cards of one pile tell what's in the next pile \n karl fulves \n "swindle sheet", issue 1 (fulves)
1969
faro & riffle technique Karl Fulves

Marked Improvement

cards shuffled and dealt in groups of five, marks on back of cards of one pile tell what's in the next pile

riffle/reverse notes \n combination of riffle shuffle and reverse faro, related to gilbreath principle \n karl fulves \n riffle/reverse \n karl fulves
1969
faro & riffle technique Karl Fulves

Riffle/Reverse Notes

combination of riffle shuffle and reverse faro, related to Gilbreath Principle

the automatic key \n real shuffle, about half is cut off, magician knows number of cards ("self-correcting set-up") \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle technique - preliminary notes on part two Karl Fulves

The Automatic Key

real shuffle, about half is cut off, magician knows number of cards ("self-correcting set-up")

attraction \n after riffle shuffle cards are dealt in pairs, matching red or black pair is always followed by pair of other color \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Attraction

after riffle shuffle cards are dealt in pairs, matching red or black pair is always followed by pair of other color

incorporated color control \n number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted after riffle shuffle \n karl fulves \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Incorporated Color Control

number of color-matching pairs kind of predicted after riffle shuffle

riffle shuffle set-ups \n reprinted from epilogue until p. 29 \n karl fulves \n riffle-shuffle set-ups \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

basic color control \n certain pair pattern when two stacked portions are shuffled into each other \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Basic Color Control

certain pair pattern when two stacked portions are shuffled into each other

riffle/reverse \n combination of riffle shuffle and reverse faro, related to gilbreath principle \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

Riffle/Reverse

combination of riffle shuffle and reverse faro, related to Gilbreath Principle

self-duplicating set-ups \n exotic principle in which sequences are duplicated in a random outjog-sorting procedure \n karl fulves \n self-duplicating set-ups \n karl 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

the floating locator \n determining position of key cards in the deck after a riffle shuffle with full deck stack \n karl fulves \n the floating locator \n karl fulves
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Karl Fulves

The Floating Locator

determining position of key cards in the deck after a riffle shuffle with full deck stack

jordan plus marlo \n selection found after three riffle shuffles, chains, stack \n edward marlo \n jordan plus marlo \n edward marlo
1973
riffle shuffle set-ups Edward Marlo

Jordan plus Marlo

selection found after three riffle shuffles, chains, stack

the 13th card \n double prediction, prediction written of card found when spectator's card is spelled to, and duplicate of spectator's card in pocket \n larry becker
1978
world of super mentalism Larry Becker

The 13th Card

double prediction, prediction written of card found when spectator's card is spelled to, and duplicate of spectator's card in pocket

by two and two \n one riffle shuffle, then pairs turned up, when odd-colored, the next pair is also odd-colored, when match, then the next is match \n karl fulves
1981
origins Karl Fulves

By Two And Two

one riffle shuffle, then pairs turned up, when odd-colored, the next pair is also odd-colored, when match, then the next is match

centering \n one riffle shuffle, five cards considered, center card named when seeing some of the others \n karl fulves \n a footnote on self-centering stacks \n karl fulves
1981
origins Karl Fulves

Centering

one riffle shuffle, five cards considered, center card named when seeing some of the others

fake counting \n non-clocking method with riffle shuffled stack to name a freely removed card \n karl fulves \n fake counting \n karl fulves
1982
card counting Karl Fulves

Fake Counting

non-clocking method with riffle shuffled stack to name a freely removed card

programmed lie detector \n computer program, trick performed by spectator with computer only, computer version of aronson's lie sleuth \n michael powers \n lie sleuth \n simon aronson \n computer card trick \n christopher morgan
1983
powerful magic Michael Powers

Programmed Lie Detector

computer program, trick performed by spectator with computer only, computer version of Aronson's Lie Sleuth

brainweave \n word or design cards are divined, "self-correcting set-up" \n philip t. goldstein \n dynamix \n philip t. goldstein
1984
thequal Philip T. Goldstein

Brainweave

word or design cards are divined, "self-correcting set-up"

looming thoughts \n combination with self-correcting set-up \n philip t. goldstein \n q&avm \n philip t. goldstein \n alex elmsley
1984
thequal Philip T. Goldstein

impact! \n several spectators cut a small packet and remember a card, all cards are found, deck can be riffle shuffled once, chains, see also p. 987 for additional idea by geoff williams \n steve beam \n blank impact \n steve beam \n multiple impact \n steve beam \n the trapdoor issue #7 \n steve beam
1985
the trapdoor — volume one Steve Beam

Impact!

several spectators cut a small packet and remember a card, all cards are found, deck can be riffle shuffled once, chains, see also p. 987 for additional idea by Geoff Williams

dynamix \n word or design cards are divined, "self-correcting set-up", new approach \n philip t. goldstein \n brainweave \n philip t. goldstein
1986
amperthand Philip T. Goldstein

Dynamix

word or design cards are divined, "self-correcting set-up", new approach

telltale color \n card of different color glimpsed during riffle shuffle, reprinted from the sphinx (march 1934) \n jack mcmillen \n judson s. brown
1987
riffle shuffle methods Jack McMillen, Judson S. Brown

Telltale Color

card of different color glimpsed during riffle shuffle, reprinted from The Sphinx (March 1934)

memorized math \n on memorized deck in combination with mathematical principles
- stay stacks
- counting
- interlocking chains (also with one-way backs)
- duck and deal (with formulas) \n simon aronson
1990
the aronson approach Simon Aronson

Memorized Math

on memorized deck in combination with mathematical principles

mix me deadly \n murder, weapon and victim chosen from game cards and divined, using single riffle shuffle \n philip t. goldstein
1991
thavant Philip T. Goldstein

Mix Me Deadly

murder, weapon and victim chosen from game cards and divined, using single riffle shuffle

multiple impact \n several spectators cut a small packet and remember a card, all cards are found, deck can be riffle shuffled once, chains, a bit more details than in trapdoor \n steve beam \n impact! \n steve beam
1993
multiple impact Steve Beam

Multiple Impact

several spectators cut a small packet and remember a card, all cards are found, deck can be riffle shuffled once, chains, a bit more details than in Trapdoor

odd-even location \n one fair riffle shuffle, three cards removed from deck while performer's back is turned, after looking through the deck, the performer names the cards \n meir yedid \n "scan location" (mark mitton)
1994
magical wishes Meir Yedid

Odd-Even Location

one fair riffle shuffle, three cards removed from deck while performer's back is turned, after looking through the deck, the performer names the cards

suit yourself \n one deck mixed face-up/face-down, other deck shuffled twice and named suit removed, in first deck this suit is reversed in same order \n simon aronson \n play it straight (triumph) \n john bannon
1995
simply simon Simon Aronson

Suit Yourself

one deck mixed face-up/face-down, other deck shuffled twice and named suit removed, in first deck this suit is reversed in same order

telltale color \n card of different color glimpsed during riffle shuffle, with references \n jack mcmillen \n judson s. brown \n the sphinx (march 1934)
1996
blocking off Jack McMillen, Judson S. Brown

Telltale Color

card of different color glimpsed during riffle shuffle, with references

remote viewing \n spectator shuffles cards once and deals about a third, then names a number and removes card from this position, performer names it, interlocking chains \n karl fulves
1998
combo Karl Fulves

Remote Viewing

spectator shuffles cards once and deals about a third, then names a number and removes card from this position, performer names it, interlocking chains

reading the fifty-two cards after a genuine shuffle \n no. 11, order of cards read after one riffle shuffle, interlocking chain principle and one-way backs \n c. o. williams \n supplementary note \n karl fulves
1999
ellis stanyon's best card tricks C. O. Williams

Reading the Fifty-two Cards After a Genuine Shuffle

No. 11, order of cards read after one riffle shuffle, interlocking chain principle and one-way backs

supplementary note \n deck riffle shuffled, top thirteen cards dealt off and four spectators take the cards of one suit each, alls cards divined, interlocking chain principle \n karl fulves \n reading the fifty-two cards after a genuine shuffle \n c. o. williams
1999
ellis stanyon's best card tricks Karl Fulves

Supplementary Note

deck riffle shuffled, top thirteen cards dealt off and four spectators take the cards of one suit each, alls cards divined, interlocking chain principle

in case \n what to do when the riffle shuffle was bad in "esp + math" \n karl fulves \n esp + math \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

In Case

what to do when the riffle shuffle was bad in "ESP + Math"

not continuous \n applying mountain climbing problem (climber up and down, is there a time in which he will be at the same time at the same place) to riffle shuffle \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Not Continuous

applying mountain climbing problem (climber up and down, is there a time in which he will be at the same time at the same place) to riffle shuffle

secret counting \n two cards removed from deck are found after riffle shuffle and clocking value predicted, no real card counting required \n karl fulves \n interface technique - example 17 \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Secret Counting

two cards removed from deck are found after riffle shuffle and clocking value predicted, no real card counting required

counterpoint 1 \n two card location after riffle shuffle and dealing packets, card clocking and stack \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Counterpoint 1

two card location after riffle shuffle and dealing packets, card clocking and stack

the apex \n nine card packet "riffle shuffled", dealt in row, center card turned over, spectator choses the four cards on either side and thinks of highest one which is divined, chains \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

The Apex

nine card packet "riffle shuffled", dealt in row, center card turned over, spectator choses the four cards on either side and thinks of highest one which is divined, chains

apex footnote \n connection to "i have as many cards as you..." and red black relationship principle, also with suits \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Apex Footnote

connection to "I have as many cards as you..." and red black relationship principle, also with suits

code for color \n twenty-sixth cards tells performer how many red cards are in top half after a riffle shuffle \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Code For Color

twenty-sixth cards tells performer how many red cards are in top half after a riffle shuffle

blocking function \n work week cards (monday through friday) shuffled and dealt in groups of five, performer divines which days are duplicated and where in the packet \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Blocking Function

work week cards (monday through friday) shuffled and dealt in groups of five, performer divines which days are duplicated and where in the packet

dial-a-die \n riffle shuffle, twelve cards dealt on table, number of cards according to rolled die transferred, down-under-deal done, ... eventually number on die revealed \n karl fulves \n stop order \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Dial-A-Die

riffle shuffle, twelve cards dealt on table, number of cards according to rolled die transferred, down-under-deal done, ... eventually number on die revealed

couples \n match making after riffle shuffle, optionally no-touch, optionally words on cards
- second approach
- third approach
- application note (other objects than playing cards, poker chips) \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

Couples

match making after riffle shuffle, optionally no-touch, optionally words on cards

Second Approach

Third Approach

Application Note (other objects than playing cards, poker chips)

when psychics play poker \n psychic vs. gambler, spectator riffle shuffles, psychic gets seven cards, gambler five, psychic finds two aces and moves around some cards and wins \n karl fulves \n when psychics play poker \n karl fulves
2004
when psychics play poker Karl Fulves

When Psychics Play Poker

psychic vs. gambler, spectator riffle shuffles, psychic gets seven cards, gambler five, psychic finds two Aces and moves around some cards and wins

when psychics play poker \n psychic vs. gambler, spectator riffle shuffles, psychic gets seven cards, gambler five, psychic finds two aces and moves around some cards and wins \n karl fulves \n when psychics play poker \n karl fulves \n database \n karl fulves
2004
latter day secrets Karl Fulves

When Psychics Play Poker

psychic vs. gambler, spectator riffle shuffles, psychic gets seven cards, gambler five, psychic finds two Aces and moves around some cards and wins

fake counting \n non-clocking method with riffle shuffled stack to name a freely removed card, expanded text from 1982 edition includes a (corner) short card that stay next to a card during riffle shuffles \n karl fulves \n cryptic calling \n karl fulves \n fake counting \n karl fulves
2005
card counting (2005 edition) Karl Fulves

Fake Counting

non-clocking method with riffle shuffled stack to name a freely removed card, expanded text from 1982 edition includes a (corner) short card that stay next to a card during riffle shuffles

apex note \n another full deck stack method to find out which card is missing from half a deck \n karl fulves
2005
card counting (2005 edition) Karl Fulves

Apex Note

another full deck stack method to find out which card is missing from half a deck

shuffle tracking combo \n memorizing riffle shuffle distribution via combo system in face-down spread of unsquared shuffle \n karl fulves
2005
combo ii Karl Fulves

Shuffle Tracking Combo

memorizing riffle shuffle distribution via Combo system in face-down spread of unsquared shuffle

storage capacity \n two missing cards are named, stack and interlocking chain principle \n steve beam
2010
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 8 Steve Beam

Storage Capacity

two missing cards are named, stack and interlocking chain principle

tricycle \n three missing cards are named as memory demonstration, stack and interlocking chain principle \n steve beam
2010
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 8 Steve Beam

Tricycle

three missing cards are named as memory demonstration, stack and interlocking chain principle

teknicolor - codes for color \n r-r-b-b-... stack riffle shuffled, then an effect like magnetic colors done \n karl fulves \n back story \n karl fulves
2010
prolix Karl Fulves

Teknicolor - Codes For Color

r-r-b-b-... stack riffle shuffled, then an effect like Magnetic Colors done

sherlock \n selection found in deck shuffled by spectator, returns to stack, interlocking chains \n pit hartling \n spectator plays magician \n césar fernández \n elementary, my dear vernon \n matt baker \n undoing spectator's shuffle \n helder guimarães
2016
in order to amaze Pit Hartling

Sherlock

selection found in deck shuffled by spectator, returns to stack, interlocking chains

duplicity \n two poker hands dealt after spectator's riffle shuffle, exact deal duplicated with second deck by performer \n pit hartling
2016
in order to amaze Pit Hartling

Duplicity

two poker hands dealt after spectator's riffle shuffle, exact deal duplicated with second deck by performer

the triskadequadra principle \n related to gilbreath, allows knowledge about consecutive groups of four cards after a riffle shuffle if the deck starts out in four-card-groups of the same order \n john hostler \n "bligreath principle" (leo boudreau) \n esp + math \n karl fulves \n charles hudson
2016
magnum opossum John Hostler

The Triskadequadra Principle

related to Gilbreath, allows knowledge about consecutive groups of four cards after a riffle shuffle if the deck starts out in four-card-groups of the same order

the extended merlin \n spectator shuffles deck, sorted into suits, suits shown mixed, they are suddenly ordered, alternate top bottom deals \n allan ackerman \n jason england \n a sequence effect \n jack merlin
2019
card theater Allan Ackerman, Jason England

The Extended Merlin

spectator shuffles deck, sorted into suits, suits shown mixed, they are suddenly ordered, alternate top bottom deals

quads cull \n named four-of-a-kind produced after two honest riffle shuffles by spectator, impro \n steve forte
2020
gambling sleight of hand — volume 2 Steve Forte

Quads Cull

named four-of-a-kind produced after two honest riffle shuffles by spectator, impro

master high-low strip/riffle shuffle \n percentage red-black shuffle, a few mistakes can happen on top, center and bottom \n steve forte
2020
gambling sleight of hand — volume 2 Steve Forte

Master High-Low Strip/Riffle Shuffle

percentage red-black shuffle, a few mistakes can happen on top, center and bottom

rain man \n memorizing the whole deck as pseudo demo, one real shuffle, interlocking chain principle \n steve forte
2020
gambling sleight of hand — volume 2 Steve Forte

Rain Man

memorizing the whole deck as pseudo demo, one real shuffle, interlocking chain principle