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Karl Fulves Card Counter two Twos, one put away, he now has three Threes, repeated with Fours, then Royal Flush, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 47) 191
Karl Fulves NNNO spectator types row of Ns and one O on typewriter, performer pushes pin through O behind his back, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 47) 191
Karl Fulves TVisual pulling pack of cigarette out of screen, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 47) 191
Karl Fulves Pieces of Eight four Twos transform into a big Eight, card blendo, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 47) 192
Karl Fulves The Parting tabled spread, both hands on the ends, they move apart and spread parts in center to reveal face-up selection, Aces or Royal Flush kicker, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 47) 192
Karl Fulves Plan 9 performer holds sheet in front of him, shoes change place when sheet is slightly lifted, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 47) 192
Karl Fulves Jumbled word puzzle with jumbled letters Interlocutor (Issue 47) 193
Karl Fulves Catch Q's two catch questionsRelated to Interlocutor (Issue 47) 193
Karl Fulves Trick Titles Interlocutor (Issue 47) 193
Karl Fulves Reagans & Astrology on the Reagans consulting an astrologer Interlocutor (Issue 47) 194
Karl Fulves Non-Working Trix #1 B'Wave version in which cards are set-up in a box in a configuration so they can be made to fall into correct face-up/face-down state Interlocutor (Issue 47) 198
Karl Fulves No Joke on the structure of magic tricks and jokes Interlocutor (Issue 48) 199
Karl Fulves Escalate Interlocutor (Issue 48) 200
Karl Fulves Unsolved Problems person from phone book chosen, that instant the phone rings an it is this person, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 48) 202
Karl Fulves Ma Bell's Secret phone string is cut open and shown that a string is inside, restored, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 48) 202
Karl Fulves Say Ah pinwheel near phone spins via breathing of person on other side, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 48) 202
Karl Fulves Phone In numbers by people who are randomly phoned add up to previous named number, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 48) 202
Karl Fulves Byte Million number chosen from programmable calculator predicted, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 48) 203
Karl Fulves Inch By Inch "diminishing force", card from end is eliminated every time an item is placed on tabled spreadInspired by
  • "Synonymental" (Ed Mellon, first phase)
Variations
The Chronicles (Issue 31) 1369
Karl Fulves Voodoo Sonic cards with figures on them and an X on some body part, one chosen, performer steps forward with huge plaster/band-aid on that body part, posed as problemInspired by
  • "Supersonic Card Prediction" (Jaks)
Interlocutor (Issue 48) 203
Karl Fulves Clocking The Deck clock layout on table, made smaller and smaller via elimination, Blackjack remainsInspired by The Chronicles (Issue 31) 1369
Karl Fulves Racketeer tennis racket without strings used to strike ball, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 48) 203
Karl Fulves Dealdown four perfect blackjacks producedRelated to The Chronicles (Issue 31) 1370
Karl Fulves Python Monte bent corner idea, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 48) 204
Karl Fulves Speedo spectator choses a player by removing a small number of cards, this player gets the four Aces The Chronicles (Issue 31) 1371
Karl Fulves Ace Glue four dabs of "ace glue" put on jacket, jumbo cards sprung on performer, Aces glue on jacket, posed as problem
- Version-X, with named four-of-a-kind, then igloo crashes on stage (!)
Interlocutor (Issue 48) 204
Karl Fulves Standouts list of four great effects Interlocutor (Issue 48) 204
Karl Fulves On Ken Beale Interlocutor (Issue 48) 204
Roy Walton Because It Was There "Riffle Aces"Related to The Chronicles (Issue 31) 1373
Karl Fulves What From Whom various credit information
- "Parallax" (David Britland, New Talon #1)
- "Angel ard Rise" (David Britland)
- "Dollar Con" (Terri Rogers)
- "Moon Rock" Rip Off (Sid Lorraine)
- Marlo Move in New Tops, June '85
- "Double Vanish & Recovery"
- "BoTop Change"
- "Immediate Bottom Placement"
Related to Interlocutor (Issue 48) 205
Karl Fulves Noops! two spoons, one bent, condition reverses and other spoon is bent now The Chronicles (Issue 31) 1374
Stewart James 3 Little Words - Two Pile Lie Speller: The Roots
- Two Pile Lie Speller: The Trick
Related to The Chronicles (Issue 32) 1379
Karl Fulves More Petals solutionInspired by Interlocutor (Issue 48) 210
Karl Fulves Over Easy without shuffle, with four Royal Flushes The Chronicles (Issue 32) 1381
Karl Fulves Titles Interlocutor (Issue 48) 211
Karl Fulves Two Gags - book with spells
- blank card with message
Interlocutor (Issue 48) 211
Karl Fulves Betcha adding digits on coin Interlocutor (Issue 48) 211
Karl Fulves Non-Working Trix #2 symbols on pad of paper, covered with paper with hole, performer divines which symbol is visible through hole, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 48) 212
Karl Fulves Scratch crack appears in glass and vanishes Interlocutor (Issue 48) 212
Karl Fulves Interlocutor - 49 on self-working magic and book titles, "The Magic of Matt Schulien", response to Phil Wilmarth Linking Ring column Interlocutor (Issue 49) 213
Karl Fulves, Charles R. Brush Curiosities two cannon balls materialize in fish tankAlso published here
  • "Baffles Appearing Cannon Ball" (The Sphinx, May 1925)
The Chronicles (Issue 33) 1394
Karl Fulves Academy of Magical Arts Awards Literary Fellowship for Fulves Interlocutor (Issue 49) 215
Karl Fulves Mouths of Babes easily obtaining knowledge about random things Interlocutor (Issue 49) 215
Karl Fulves The Greatest Muhammed Ali doing magic tricks, with newspaper clippingRelated to Interlocutor (Issue 49) 216
Frank Cleaver Block Off block with hole slid in box, fixed with wand, it slides freeRelated to The Chronicles (Issue 34) 1400
Karl Fulves Good Books Swapped magic books swapped with bibles by mistake Interlocutor (Issue 49) 216
Karl Fulves Rope Work knot effects
- Overtime Ending
The Chronicles (Issue 34) 1401
Karl Fulves Last Lines joke from Stewart James about Ralph Read and Rufus Steele Interlocutor (Issue 49) 216
Karl Fulves Cloverleaf Bet "On the Barrelhead", three loops formed from rope The Chronicles (Issue 34) 1402
Karl Fulves Little Casino four blackjack hands, aces all vanish and reappear under stack of chips, asymmetric Ace Assembly, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 49) 217
Karl Fulves Psykick Inspired byVariations The Chronicles (Issue 34) 1404
Karl Fulves Go Directly chink-a-chink with monopoly houses that change into hotel, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 49) 217
Karl Fulves Moving Finger outline of hand follows what hand does, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 49) 217
Karl Fulves Ironclad gag card rise in which stapler is connected with thread to deck, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 49) 217
Karl Fulves R5B5 five black and five red cards, card selected from each, they end up being in the opposite packet The Chronicles (Issue 35) 1407
Karl Fulves Karate Klip trick with stapler and paper, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 49) 218
Karl Fulves Staple Diet two cards stapled together, staple travels to another card, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 49) 218
Karl Fulves Resist electrical circuit problem Interlocutor (Issue 49) 218
Karl Fulves Time Machine rubber band around case, card inserted in band and flicked forward, it changes, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 49) 218
Karl Fulves Connect the Dots card layout on table, number cards are used to designate some of those cards, they're connected and the resulting line forms a letter that the spectator chose from a deck of alphabet cards The Chronicles (Issue 35) 1412
R. K. Miller Red Limit 2&2, two reds and two blacks mixed, they all change to black, repeated with another set of red and black cardsInspired by Interlocutor (Issue 49) 219
Karl Fulves Tri Thot The Chronicles (Issue 35) 1413
Karl Fulves What From Whom various credit information
- Double Double Lift in Hamman's Flash Poker
- Flash Change
- Omega Count
- Block Transfer in Vernon's Revelations
Related to Interlocutor (Issue 49) 221
Karl Fulves Moving Hand Writes on signature forgery in magic books Interlocutor (Issue 49) 222
Father Cyprian Reflection originally titled "Through the Looking Glass"
mirror-backed Queen inserted in deck, reflection of the card next to it noted, it vanishes, the Queen is now in wallet and the mirror-card is the selection
Related to The Chronicles (Issue 36) 1417
Karl Fulves Chronologue final issue The Chronicles (Issue 36) 1424
Karl Fulves Non-Working Trix #3 several cards torn in half and paper-clipped together, chosen pair is put in glass and restores Interlocutor (Issue 49) 226
Karl Fulves Lifelike connections between natural acting and magic tricks, magic on film Interlocutor (Issue 50) 227
Karl Fulves In The USA predicting a city that is selected from a mapRelated to
  • State flower/bird prediction in New Pentagram, Apr. 1987
Interlocutor (Issue 50) 228
Karl Fulves Curse In A Purse blank key changes into key that opens chosen lock, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 50) 229
Karl Fulves Letter Perfect prediction visible under clear glass changes when glass is removed, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 50) 229
Karl Fulves Pin Up invisible pin hammered in table, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 50) 229
Karl Fulves Round Up close-up case similar to luggage carrousel at airport, gags, idea Interlocutor (Issue 50) 229
Karl Fulves Spinoff a Six spins on table and changes to a Five, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 50) 230
Karl Fulves Iron Curtain joker at right angles in deck, stapler brought down on deck, selection now stapled to joker, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 50) 230
Karl Fulves Lift Off deck upright, first finger on edge moved up, poker hand moves along in ladder configuration, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 50) 230
Karl Fulves Trade In Draw fifteen card poker deal, three hands, spectator can trade, performer still wins, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 50) 230
Karl Fulves Jumbo card rises up, when pushed down it turns out that it is longer than the deck, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 50) 230
Karl Fulves Quigong Quashed comment on psychics in Beijing Interlocutor (Issue 50) 231
Karl Fulves, Patrick Page, Peter Warlock John Ramsay Quote quotes on John Ramsay, Dai Vernon Interlocutor (Issue 50) 231
Karl Fulves Marketable idea for jigsaw puzzle with cards Interlocutor (Issue 50) 232
Karl Fulves Trick Titles Interlocutor (Issue 50) 232
Karl Fulves What From Whom credit discussions, Bill Wisch Interlocutor (Issue 50) 237
Karl Fulves The Linking Card credit informationRelated to Interlocutor (Issue 50) 237
Karl Fulves Non-Working Trix #4 - "Unexchange", pseudo-switch of two small items, like chess figures or Okito boxes
- secretly exchanging the pen caps of two pens even though apparently nothing happens
Related to Interlocutor (Issue 50) 239
Karl Fulves State of Mind spectator choses a state from map puzzle which is predicted Interlocutor (Issue 50) 240
Karl Fulves Table Trix tabled false-count or second deal, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 50) 240
Karl Fulves Insults on criticism Interlocutor (Issue 51) 241
Karl Fulves Non-Working Trix #5 endless chain idea with three loops Interlocutor (Issue 51) 242
Karl Fulves Paper-Folding Approach to Cut-and-Restored Trick Interlocutor (Issue 51) 242
Karl Fulves What From Whom credit discussions
- Bob Farmer's "Tsunami"
- Gaetan Bloom's "Visible Monte"
- "Jumbo Mondo Monte"
- response to "Shuffle Off" manuscript
- Flip Flap by The Magic Hands
Related to Interlocutor (Issue 51) 244
Karl Fulves Equation Analysis Test - The Answers Interlocutor (Issue 51) 245
Karl Fulves State Police Test Interlocutor (Issue 51) 246
Karl Fulves Magic Test Interlocutor (Issue 51) 246
Karl Fulves More Insults with quotes from Scott Turrow article in New York Times, 1988-09-18 Interlocutor (Issue 51) 247
Karl Fulves Joggled balls vanish and appear during juggling, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 51) 248
Karl Fulves Sync ventriloquism so that lips are out of sync with the word, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 51) 248
Karl Fulves Well Suited sight gags with suspenders/suit, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 51) 248
Karl Fulves Vox changing voices idea for ventriloquism Interlocutor (Issue 51) 248
Karl Fulves Introduction Self-Working Handkerchief Magic iii
Karl Fulves Stopper cork too large to fit in after removed from bottle, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 51) 249
Karl Fulves The Basics which silks to use Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 1
Karl Fulves Game Plan stacking with named four-of-a-kind, then cards transpose with spectators hand, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 51) 249
Karl Fulves Quick Tricks chapter intro Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 3
Karl Fulves Sez Me number combination lock, spectator can open it when performer wants to, posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 51) 249
Karl Fulves Inseparable half cards on table, performer picks up two and restores them , posed as problem Interlocutor (Issue 51) 249
Unknown A Glass of Helium No. 3, glass wrapped with silk, items that are pushed into glass jump out again, rubber bandAlso published here Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 9
Mark Lefler Topless topless performer with a coat, shirt appearsRelated to The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 24) 405
Karl Fulves The Holdup No. 4, pen and pencil put in handkerchief vanish, reappear in paper bag, sleevingAlso published here Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 12
Karl Fulves Mystery Ring No. 5, ring onto rope under handkerchief coverInspired by
  • Peter Warlock and Jack Miller principle
Related toAlso published here
Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 14
Karl Fulves Flying Colors with airplane sight gag Kaleidoscope 2
Karl Fulves Outjogged Poker apparent stacking with outjogged aces as demo, when dealt aces fall to spectator, yet performer gets acesRelated to The Multiple Shift 15
Karl Fulves Concentrate! three mismatched pairs become matches Kaleidoscope 3
Karl Fulves Dream Detective card chosen from four red and four black cards, they're odd backed, some cards outjogged and injogged from deck Kaleidoscope 4
Karl Fulves Bootleg card transforms after weird selection procedure and comes out of shoe Kaleidoscope 7
Karl Fulves Strip Stack pairs of Twos through Sixes are upjogged and then squared, one shuffle and deal for two players, both get straights, one hand changes to AcesInspired by The Multiple Shift 21
Karl Fulves, Henry Christ Mathejack four jacks produced after some countingInspired by Kaleidoscope 9
Karl Fulves To Hindu hindu shuffle The Multiple Shift 22
Karl Fulves Topsy Transpo top and bottom card transpose Kaleidoscope 10
Karl Fulves Cut or Shuffle arguing that cut multiple shifts are better than shuffle shifts The Multiple Shift 22
Karl Fulves Top to Bottom Reverse card levered up with third finger underneath as in Curry change Kaleidoscope 10
Karl Fulves Follow the Leader & Oil and Water combination, plot suggestionRelated to The Black & White Trick iii
Karl Fulves Outnumbered packet, counting procedure, two mates found, no-touchRelated to Kaleidoscope 12
Karl Fulves Longitudinal Aces paper clip on top card, deck set on table, when spectator turns over top card with clip it changed into previous selection or
(B) into the four Aces
(C) into named Ace
The Multiple Shift 24
Derek Dingle, Karl Fulves Remote Collectors Aces remain on table separated from deck, dated 1972Variations The Multiple Shift 26
Karl Fulves Riffle Control incomplete riffle shuffle The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 87
Derek Dingle, Karl Fulves Loading Cards into Center same result as Deep ATFUS The Multiple Shift 26
Dai Vernon Collectible Aces remain on table separated from deckInspired by The Multiple Shift 30
John Quine Slider Aces concept, faro a packet into the deck and push it through, being in control of cards, for a Cutting the Aces routineInspired by The Minotaur (Vol. 1 No. 1) 7
Karl Fulves Full Court Press widely separated sandwich cards come to trap selection, sandwich cards remain outjogged, with "bluff spacing" for visible variationRelated to The Multiple Shift 32
Philip T. Goldstein, Karl Fulves Forehand four matching pairs generated, based on Fulves's "Hand Out" (And a Packet of Cards) Fifth 7
Karl Fulves KF Note on the Diagonal Palm-ShiftRelated to The Multiple Shift 36
Karl Fulves Excursion Aces pushed into different parts of deck, deck slapped, only Aces remain and deck traveled to four pockets, posed as problem The Multiple Shift 37
Karl Fulves One-Handed Multiple Shift posed as problem The Multiple Shift 37
Jack Birnman And a Pair of Kings red kings change to black deuces, kings then reproduced, two more changes and pair produced from air, "Tens Routine"Variations Kaleidoscope 13
Karl Fulves Cased Multiple Shift posed as problem The Multiple Shift 37
Karl Fulves Autopalm three Aces, one chosen and all three put in deck, deck cut at other two Aces, chosen one is palmed and produced from anywhereRelated to The Multiple Shift 38
Karl Fulves Card from Case Removal handling from left cop position The Multiple Shift 40
Karl Fulves Swivel Stack Aces placed in different parts of deck and squared, then Kings, two hands dealt, they are Aces and Kings The Multiple Shift 44
Karl Fulves Aces In One "Always Cut the Cards" plot Kaleidoscope 16
Karl Fulves Overshift two cards in different parts come together to trap selection, overhand shuffle & multiple shift comboVariations The Multiple Shift 45
Karl Fulves Ad Hoc Aces Inspired byVariations Kaleidoscope 18
Karl Fulves OS II sandwich placed in different parts of deck, later it is back together but with different selectionInspired by The Multiple Shift 47
Karl Fulves Frequent Flyer card peeked at and deck spread on table, AS slid under spread right next to selectionRelated to Kaleidoscope 20
Karl Fulves Frequent Flyer - Sandwich Variation similar but selection ends up between two acesRelated to Kaleidoscope 21
Karl Fulves, Howard Wurst This Just In red aces in case change place with jack outside caseInspired byRelated to Kaleidoscope 22
Karl Fulves Stack In The Box ace between jokers in case, ace suddenly outside and four kings in case Kaleidoscope 24
Karl Fulves Overcount Off the Deck here two as three Kaleidoscope 25
Karl Fulves Jacknife jack in box, aces outside, they transposeRelated to Kaleidoscope 26
Karl Fulves Quick Black Jack sandwich in case, center card penetrates case Kaleidoscope 27
Karl Fulves Shadow Self card chosen by spectator is reversed and changes into previous selection, two handlings Kaleidoscope 28
Karl Fulves No. 1 With A Bullet poker hand gets better every time it's displayed and the cards get bullet holes, posed as problemRelated to Kaleidoscope 30
Karl Fulves Hue Go red Four pushed face-down in face-up deck and changes into black Four Kaleidoscope 31
Karl Fulves Angle-Jog Push-In Change Kaleidoscope 31
Karl Fulves Redblackjack out of five cards spectator picks the right one to complete his blackjack, "The Red Prediction"Related toVariations Kaleidoscope 32
David Williamson Torn & Restored Transposition Related toVariationsAlso published here Williamson's Wonders 72
Roy Walton Strathjack Inspired by Kaleidoscope 33
Karl Fulves Staple Condition odd-backed card pushed halfway into deck, stapler moved over deck, card stapled to selectionRelated to Kaleidoscope 35
Bill Wisch Top Secret Count false counts off the top of the deck, over, under, hiding cardsVariations Kaleidoscope 39
Karl Fulves Card Revelation in Packet Kaleidoscope 41
Karl Fulves Interspace nine-card packet, spectator turns a pair over anywhere, performer places card between them behind backVariations Kaleidoscope 41
Karl Fulves Reversed Card card vanishes from face of packet, reappears reversed in deck Kaleidoscope 43
Karl Fulves Turnover Glide card changes into selection Kaleidoscope 44
Karl Fulves Tenkai Book Turnover Comments Kaleidoscope 45
Karl Fulves Force Feed card in center sandwiched, as sandwich is pulled out it is switched for top cardRelated toVariations Kaleidoscope 46
Karl Fulves Triple Sandwich Location three selections, card found with sandwich cards, those change into other two selections Kaleidoscope 47
Karl Fulves Slapjack widely separated sandwich cards come to trap selection, sandwich cards remain outjogged, with variationsRelated to Kaleidoscope 48
Brother John Hamman Cream Rises to the Top triumph combo in which aces show up and change into selectionsRelated to The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 191
Karl Fulves Introduction Money Moves 1
Karl Fulves Rush Hour bills placed in performer's trouser packet travel into stack in hand one by one Money Moves 2
Karl Fulves Out Take silver coin folded in paper changes place with copper coin in envelope Money Moves 5
Karl Fulves Codex quarter changes into gold coin when wrapped in paper Money Moves 7
Karl Fulves Notes on bill switchesRelated to Money Moves 9
Karl Fulves Zimzum coin drops through holes in paper that are much smaller Money Moves 10
Karl Fulves Cop a Bill four bills become 3, featuring palm-off Money Moves 13
Karl Fulves Cop Notes bill palm notes for previous trick Money Moves 15
Karl Fulves Transcam Money Moves 16
Karl Fulves Bunco Bills Also published here Money Moves 17
Karl Fulves Cop a Bill II featuring palm-off with bill folded in quarters Money Moves 21
Karl Fulves, Don Nielsen Outboxed coin through table upwards into matchbox, also as coin through ceiling downwards Money Moves 25
Karl Fulves Change Reaction bill folded in V shape torn apart, each half is a bill Money Moves 27
Karl Fulves Undercover pocket card, "high card wins" presentationInspired by Money Moves 30
Karl Fulves Shake Out two $5 bills and two $1 bills alternated, they separate, repeat, oil & water Money Moves 33
Karl Fulves Protokind Prototype 1
Karl Fulves Introduction Self-Working Coin Magic v
Karl Fulves Quid Pro Quota card chosen from packet, position remembered by spectator counting procedure
(A) Lockdown (11-card packet)
(B) Futures/Options (10-card packet)
(C) Go Fourth (10 cards, faro)
(D) Point of View (14 pointer cards)
(E) Cue Test
(F) First and Ten (spectator finds magicians card and vice versa)
(G) Doctor Cue
(H) HI Test
(I) Xtantra
(J) Doctor's Out
(K) Outback
Variations Prototype 3
John Scarne Western Union Trick telegram, for real method sie "Remote Control" referenceRelated to The Vernon Chronicles - Volume 3 208
Karl Fulves Easy Money Magic chapter intro Self-Working Coin Magic 1
Roy Walton Cue Sheet "Doctor Cue" variations, location in small packetInspired by Prototype 13
Karl Fulves Quarter Bet No. 1, quarter under half dollar changes into dime, heads or tail presentation Self-Working Coin Magic 1
Karl Fulves Override reverse from break/peek Prototype 15
Karl Fulves Side Show card pushed in and left sticking out angle jogged, then produced from pocket Prototype 16
Karl Fulves Convincing Side Steal dummy card left sticking out Prototype 16
Dr. Edward G. Ervin One from Two No. 4, two coins clearly shown, one placed in pocket, it comes back, featuring three-coin arrangement that can be shown from both sides as two coins, also for six-as-three coinsVariations Self-Working Coin Magic 5
Karl Fulves Quick Print No. 5, several blank papers, they are folded and put in cup, one removed, it changes into bill Self-Working Coin Magic 6
Karl Fulves, Don Nielsen Discerned Data odd-backed Mental Discernment, OOSOOM, one of nine, posed as problem Prototype 23
Herb Zarrow The Pendulum or Lazy Magician's Knot flourish knotAlso published here
  • Herb Zarrow's "The Pendulum or Lazy Magician's Knot" in Karl Fulves "Close-Up Folio" No.12 /1979
The Knot Collector 36
Karl Fulves Stand-Up Magic chapter intro Self-Working Coin Magic 12
Karl Fulves Air Traffic No. 15, coin in fist, pen pushed through and coin vanishes, repeat and coin reappears, using pen clip Self-Working Coin Magic 21
J. W. Sarles, Karl Fulves Twos Much selection lost, indicator Two-spot turned up, but selection under eight cards, other three 2s under original 2 Prototype 24
Karl Fulves Higher No. 16, coin placed in eye like monocle, performer slowly turns around and coin vanishes, reappears on top of head (duplicate) Self-Working Coin Magic 22
Karl Fulves Transmissible white and brown envelopes, signed selection in white envelope, envelopes riffle shuffled, travels to a chosen brown envelope Prototype 26
Karl Fulves Matter Thru Matter chapter intro Self-Working Coin Magic 24
Karl Fulves Double on Deck Laydown deck set on table one-handed with double angled to side Prototype 26
Karl Fulves Angle Transfer center block transfer Prototype 27
Howard Wurst Midnite Card Trick corner of whole deck missing, corner selected and held to missing-corner of deck, reattaches to correct cardInspired by Prototype 30
Karl Fulves, Slydini Tunnel Move No. 19, one coin penetrates table, extra coin Self-Working Coin Magic 27
Father Cyprian Fr. Cyprian's Solution corner of whole deck missing, corner selected and held to missing-corner of deck, reattaches to correct cardInspired by Prototype 33
Karl Fulves Winged Silver No. 22, coin vanishes from covered glass, reappears in ball of woolInspired by Self-Working Coin Magic 33
Karl Fulves Psykick II Inspired byRelated to Prototype 38
Karl Fulves Coin Stunts chapter intro Self-Working Coin Magic 35
Karl Fulves Kid Trix some blue-backed cards torn in half, card selected and signed from red deck, two blue-blacked halves restored and turned over - it is the spectator's signed card Prototype 44
Karl Fulves One From Column A card through newspaper Prototype 47
Karl Fulves Stamp Collector the same stamp stamps different cards on blank cards, posed as problem Prototype 48
Karl Fulves Tenvelopes ten cards in ten envelopes, performer and spectator each chose a card from those, envelopes shuffled and dealt, performer wins and the two previous selections are odd-backed
- Tenotes (Envelopoker)
Related toVariations Prototype 49
Karl Fulves Tenvelopes Two ten cards in ten envelopes, performer and spectator each chose a card from those, envelopes shuffled and dealt, performer wins and the two previous selections are odd-backed, face-up/face-down elaborationRelated to Tenvelopes Two 1
Karl Fulves Tenvelopes Three another methodRelated to Tenvelopes Two 3
Karl Fulves Blue Alternate variation of "Tenvelopes"Related to Tenvelopes Two 6
Karl Fulves Getting Smaller And a Packet of Cards 1
Karl Fulves Block Exchange Counts as used in Elmsley Count And a Packet of Cards 2
Karl Fulves MacCount four cards, Ace travels from pocket back to packet, featuring count that shows all cards but changes orderVariations And a Packet of Cards 3
Karl Fulves Dollar Swindle 3&2, dollar bill placed in packet, color separate to either side of bill And a Packet of Cards 5
Karl Fulves At the Table chapter intro Self-Working Coin Magic 51
Sam Schwartz Interrupted Ices four Aces, four Kings, two cards exchanged, stay separated, and so onInspired by And a Packet of Cards 7
Karl Fulves Sneak Preview presentational idea for packet trick And a Packet of Cards 9
Karl Fulves Remix three packets with red-black-mixed cards, two are separated but remix, the third separates And a Packet of Cards 15
Karl Fulves Down Under No. 53, coin wrapped in handkerchief apparently tossed through ceiling, it come back from below table Self-Working Coin Magic 57
Karl Fulves K-Counts order changed and card concealedInspired by And a Packet of Cards 11
Karl Fulves Zebra Count And a Packet of Cards 15
Karl Fulves Cover Up No. 54, simplified matrix Self-Working Coin Magic 60
Karl Fulves K-2 four Kings change to four Queens And a Packet of Cards 12
Karl Fulves Carrousel two reds and two blacks, color named, those two cards turn up one by one And a Packet of Cards 17
Karl Fulves Up The Ladder "swindle count in which any small number of cards can be counted as any larger number, and any number of cards can be concealed" And a Packet of Cards 14
Karl Fulves Carrousel Count four-as-four while concealing two And a Packet of Cards 17
Karl Fulves Swindle Switch chapter introRelated to Self-Working Coin Magic 65
Karl Fulves The Educated Die Ace through Six, die rolled and card counted to, it's always an ace, two methods And a Packet of Cards 19
Karl Fulves Demi-Device 2&2, featuring a displacement count And a Packet of Cards 21
Karl Fulves Option Play aces sandwich one of three cards in a small packetRelated to And a Packet of Cards 23
Karl Fulves Lockpick No. 58, coin under handkerchief and key on other side transpose Self-Working Coin Magic 68
Karl Fulves Dollar Hofzinser using dollar bill in handling And a Packet of Cards 24
Karl Fulves Quixote no get-ready, two handlings, credit claimInspired by And a Packet of Cards 25
Karl Fulves Prepared Tricks chapter intro Self-Working Coin Magic 72
Karl Fulves Cronus Double And a Packet of Cards 28
Karl Fulves Half and Half No. 60, borrowed one-dollar bill in envelope, cut in two, two half dollar coins come outInspired by Self-Working Coin Magic 72
Karl Fulves The Starting Four Ace to Three of Hearts and Joker removed from two decks, Three placed in other packet leaves three images, the Two two images, finally Joker vanishesInspired by And a Packet of Cards 30
Karl Fulves Fourmula One four Fours, suddenly all red, then two change into queens And a Packet of Cards 35
Karl Fulves Two Coins No. 61, two coins under two cards, one travels to the other, coins connected with threadInspired by Self-Working Coin Magic 74
Karl Fulves Black Cat four cards, two Jacks turn up and the other two are Aces, "lazy gambler" theme And a Packet of Cards 36
Karl Fulves Porous Coin No. 62, coin wrapped in paper is penetrated by pinInspired by Self-Working Coin Magic 77
Karl Fulves Gammatron four-as-four in which all cards are seen but order changed And a Packet of Cards 39
Ronald B. Edwards, Karl Fulves Moneyfly No. 63, coin travels into spectator's hand, using money tray made from billInspired by Self-Working Coin Magic 78
Karl Fulves Sixtet Ace-2-3 reverses order when second set of Ace-2-3 is reversed And a Packet of Cards 40
Karl Fulves Safe Deposit No. 64, one and five dollar bill, fiver vanishes and reappears in box, one folded to look like two bills with fake index Self-Working Coin Magic 80
Karl Fulves The Original Method of "Sixtet"Related to And a Packet of Cards 43
Karl Fulves Bid Six biddle count method of "Sixtet"Related to And a Packet of Cards 44
Karl Fulves Mystic Dime No. 66, coins travel from one paper cup to another under the table Self-Working Coin Magic 82
Karl Fulves Topsy-Turvy No. 67, three copper and three silver coins in one purse, copper coins travel to another purse, silt in purse Self-Working Coin Magic 85
Karl Fulves, Alex Elmsley Astral Coins No. 68, coins travel through table to under card, thread from coin to cardInspired by Self-Working Coin Magic 86
Karl Fulves Hand Out two hands arrange in same order, beginning of "Handicraft" section And a Packet of Cards 54
Karl Fulves Hands Down coincidence effect when cards from two hands are exchanged And a Packet of Cards 55
Karl Fulves Shortchange Trick chapter intro Self-Working Coin Magic 93
Karl Fulves Red Handed three reds and blacks, one exchanged, spectator also exchanges cards and they're separated again, posed as problem And a Packet of Cards 55
Karl Fulves Bunco Bills No. 70Also published here Self-Working Coin Magic 93
Karl Fulves Even Handed two poker hands with face-up/face-down cards, spectator exchanges any two cards, when poker hands are examined they're the same, posed as problem And a Packet of Cards 56
Dr. Raymond L. Beebe, Karl Fulves Shortchanged No. 71, removing bills from spectator's pocket apparently Self-Working Coin Magic 95
Karl Fulves Back Handed two rows, spectator exchanges two cards which are predicted via backs, posed as problem And a Packet of Cards 56
Karl Fulves Bamboozled No. 72, with glued bill flap gaffInspired by Self-Working Coin Magic 97
Karl Fulves Hand to Hand Ace to Three face-up and face-down, spectator matches them, posed as problem And a Packet of Cards 56
Karl Fulves Money Mental chapter intro Self-Working Coin Magic 101
Vic Shoenk, Karl Fulves Destiny No. 76, coin from batch chosen, deck shuffled and dealt into four piles, face cards on piles are the year of the date, e.g. Ace-Nine-Eight-Nine Self-Working Coin Magic 105
Edward Bagshawe, Sam Schwartz, Karl Fulves Metalogic No. 77, four coins, each represents a president, one chosen and divined Self-Working Coin Magic 106
Bob Hummer, Stewart James, Mel Stover, Karl Fulves Immovable Object No. 78, six numbered glasses, coin moved from glass to glass Self-Working Coin Magic 107
Karl Fulves A Lesson in Timing chapter intro Self-Working Coin Magic 109
Karl Fulves Haunted House chapter intro Self-Working Coin Magic 113
Karl Fulves Rebound No. 82, silver coin in paper, copper coin in envelope, transposition Self-Working Coin Magic 114
Karl Fulves The Gathering No. 83, coin travels from under one playing card to another Self-Working Coin Magic 117
Karl Fulves Sealed-Box Mystery No. 84, coin penetrates table upwards into matchbox Self-Working Coin Magic 119
John Howie, Karl Fulves Holed Out No. 85, coin through smaller hole in paperInspired by Self-Working Coin Magic 122
Karl Fulves Coins and Cups No. 86, four coins each in two paper cups, they travel into one cup one by one, slit in cup Self-Working Coin Magic 125
Karl Fulves Platform Tricks chapter intro Self-Working Coin Magic 127
Karl Fulves The Miser's Dream No. 87, using a paper carton as bucket Self-Working Coin Magic 127
Karl Fulves, Brian MacCarthy Hyper Banking No. 88, slit in center of a paper, coin disappears and reappearsInspired by
  • MacCarthy's "The Disappearing Hole" in "Impromptu" from 1939
Self-Working Coin Magic 129
Al Lasher, Karl Fulves Coin-juring No. 89, coin displayed in the space between the hat band and the crown of the hat, coin vanishes when tossed up, reappears in glass in hatInspired by Self-Working Coin Magic 131
Al Koran, Karl Fulves A Stab in the Pack No. 90, deck wrapped with dollar bill, knife next to selection Self-Working Coin Magic 132
Karl Fulves Introduction Quick Card Tricks 1
Karl Fulves, Tom Harris, George Blake Pay Day No. 91, envelopes torn to pieces according to spectator's wishes, the one with bill remains unharmedInspired by Self-Working Coin Magic 134
Karl Fulves Makeshift card changes in named card, back to back transformation handlingRelated to Quick Card Tricks 2
Karl Fulves Smart Money No. 92, calculation with date on any coin with result in number nine, this book is a force-book with "of" as every ninth word at the start of each chapter Self-Working Coin Magic 135
Karl Fulves Overthrow coin (or other object) on tabled spread during turnover Quick Card Tricks 4
Karl Fulves Launch Site copper coin under tabled spread, silver on top, silver vanishes and reappears under isolated card Quick Card Tricks 5
Karl Fulves Force Card Note forcing card with coin on spread via "Overthrow", A-10 set-up Quick Card Tricks 5
Karl Fulves Trade In two 3s and an Ace change to two Aces and a 3Inspired by Quick Card Tricks 6
Karl Fulves Introduction Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 5
Karl Fulves Pirouette with extra cardRelated to Quick Card Tricks 6
Karl Fulves Hands Off spectator remembers card, cuts off a packet, down-under deal, spreads card face-up, performer names selection Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 11
Karl Fulves Rough House three cards in case, two more put in, then those two come out cut up in pieces, story presentationRelated to
  • Richard Himber's "Surprise Stab"
Quick Card Tricks 9
Karl Fulves Unbeknownst bridged deckRelated to Quick Card Tricks 10
Karl Fulves This Is It! with sixteen cards and two deals into four rows Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 12
Karl Fulves Mexipo 2&2 oil & water sequence with a card transposition, "As the title indicates, this is a transpo-type trick using a Mexican turnover." Quick Card Tricks 11
Karl Fulves Fingerprints fingerprint presentation for key card location Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 14
Karl Fulves Mexican Turnover from Center Related to Quick Card Tricks 11
Karl Fulves The Gambler weird stacking procedure, then two hands dealt and performer has four-of-a-kind Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 15
Karl Fulves Sidepockets two selections from the two side pockets, alternative bluff method givenInspired by Quick Card Tricks 12
Karl Fulves Nerve performer touches spectators forehead with both first fingers while he has his eyes closed and divines a selection, over the head situation Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 16
Karl Fulves Two Pocket Bluff two cards palmed in one hand are apparently removed from different pockets Quick Card Tricks 12
Karl Fulves Bermuda Triangle three packets made, a card chosen, it is the originally third card from top and can be divined Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 17
Karl Fulves, John Scarne, J. W. Sarles Flash Poker spectator stops performer's shuffle at four Aces, they then change into a royal flushInspired by
  • item in "Swindle Sheet"
Quick Card Tricks 14
Karl Fulves The Magic Spell spelling through Ace through Seven in packet Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 20
Karl Fulves Love Match two picture cards look away from each other and then towards each other Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 21
Karl Fulves Rivalry black kings catch two Aces, then red kings catch four Aces and previously found aces between black kings are goneInspired by Quick Card Tricks 16
Karl Fulves Twenty-Twenty spectator deal pile into three packets and pockets top cards, they are divined Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 23
Brother John Hamman To do a Double Turnover from a four-card packet followed by five-card packetRelated to The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 13
Karl Fulves Trade Secrets selection to pocket Quick Card Tricks 18
Karl Fulves Mind Over Matter Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 24
Karl Fulves Flushtration Palm bluff in which double card is openly placed in palm, then one card removed Quick Card Tricks 19
Karl Fulves The Message Deck message in deck on piece of paper, dealing procedure to locate card, tantalizer type but one pile always dealt face-upRelated to Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 24
Karl Fulves Rightful Place deck spread face-down on table, spectator marks back of any card, spread turned over, magician correctly guesses card, multiple methodsVariations Quick Card Tricks 20
Karl Fulves Gambler's Dream five red and black cards, one chosen from each, open stacking procedure, two hands dealt and the selections are exchanged Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 26
Karl Fulves Faxfiction three cards on fax machine, two exchanged, image sent, performer on other end names position of unchanged cardInspired by Quick Card Tricks 22
Karl Fulves A Fortune spectator cuts off packet and then counts down to make a selection (10-20 handling), value is looked up on chart and spectator loses Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 27
Karl Fulves Starlite different method for "Rightful Place"Inspired by Quick Card Tricks 23
Martin Gardner Martin Gardner's Approach different method for "Rightful Place"Inspired by Quick Card Tricks 23
Karl Fulves Covering the Spread different method for "Rightful Place"Inspired byVariations Quick Card Tricks 24
Karl Fulves The Joker Thinks Joker apparently divines the top two cards of two cut-off packets Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 31
Karl Fulves Marksman Inspired by Quick Card Tricks 25
Karl Fulves Crazy Colors partial color separation shown after one riffle shuffle Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 32
Karl Fulves This Just Out side-jogged sandwich cards in deck, selection appears between those side-jogged cards Quick Card Tricks 27
Karl Fulves Astral Mind Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 34
Karl Fulves Non-Symmetric Trap selection lost in deck, two red Jacks with x card cut in deck, black Jack cut in deck and other black Jack left on table, red Jacks now have two black Jacks sandwiched and tabled card is selection Quick Card Tricks 29
Karl Fulves, Eddie Fields Flyaway card to case, miscallingRelated to Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 35
Karl Fulves The Secret twelve-card packet, spectator remembers a card and its position and moves cards around, performer is able to restore original order Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 36
Karl Fulves Standard Test four Jacks change into two Jacks and a double backer which is split into two Aces Quick Card Tricks 32
Karl Fulves Surprise Reverse spectator places card in reversed deck with cover card Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 37
Karl Fulves Daley's Last Handling Quick Card Tricks 33
Karl Fulves Magnetic Fingers spectator cannot lift finger off chosen card Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 38
Brother John Hamman The Bottom Double Drop turning double over on deck from bottom of right hand packetRelated to The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 32
Karl Fulves Center Pull Out Double Lift Gemini CountRelated to Quick Card Tricks 33
Karl Fulves, Don Stewart on Splitting and Fusion for magicians, dated to 1950s Quick Card Tricks 33
Karl Fulves Cast of Characters four jokers, small packet ambitious, change into kings Quick Card Tricks 34
Karl Fulves Levitation card floats behind fingersRelated to Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 41
Karl Fulves Reference Notes on the Center Pull-Out, precursor MarconickRelated to Quick Card Tricks 35
Karl Fulves Triple Mystery three cards mated via re-dealing packet Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 43
Karl Fulves Run Around one-handed cutting sequence used to find selection with sandwich cards Quick Card Tricks 36