introduction\nstating the problem: a deck is shuffled in any in and out sequence and from final order, a shuffling sequence is derived to return to the original order\nkarl fulves\nthe recycling problem\nkarl fulves\nthe general recycling problem\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Introduction

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least totals\nsixcard deck solution for problem in introduction\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Least Totals

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flotation device\nanother solution for problem in introduction\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Flotation Device

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ring diagrams\n\nkarl fulves\nthe endless belts\nfred black\nshuffle diagrams\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Ring Diagrams

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a catalog of shuffles\nanother solution for problem in introduction\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

A Catalog of Shuffles

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the uniqueness theory\non the uniqueness of the order after a random in/out faro shuffle sequence\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

The Uniqueness Theory

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transpoker\ntwo poker hands, each ace through five in red and black, spectator names one of the values, performer shuffles the hands together and deals, named value is only oddbacked card in both hands, "transposition shuffle"\nkarl fulves\nunit transpo\nkarl fulves\nshuttle shuffle\nkarl fulves\ntranspoker ii\nkarl fulves\ntranspoker iii\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Transpoker

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time bent back\nwhat one knows about the last shuffle of an in/out faro shuffle sequence\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Time Bent Back

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separation shuffles\nfaro shuffle sequences that mix each half within itself, keeping them separated\nkarl fulves\ncarbon copy\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Separation Shuffles

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singleton shuffles\n"separation shuffles" that allow one card from both halves to transpose\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Singleton Shuffles

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transpoker ii\nanother method\nkarl fulves\ntranspoker\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Transpoker II

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transpoker iii\nreverse faro method\nkarl fulves\nduo spell\npaul swinford\ntranspoker\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Transpoker III

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mechanical faro\nshaving the ends to make faros easier\nkarl fulves\ndeck preparation for faro shuffles\nalex elmsley
1986
Karl Fulves

Mechanical Faro

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if known\nanother solution for problem in introduction if total number of shuffles is known\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

If Known

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shuffle diagrams\n\nkarl fulves\nring diagrams\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Shuffle Diagrams

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the stay stak constraint\nas stay stack features applies to problem in introduction\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

The Stay Stak Constraint

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ring subset\n\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Ring Subset

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how many states?\n\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

How Many States?

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primitive cycles\n\nkarl fulves\nthe restacking pack\nalex elmsley
1986
Karl Fulves

Primitive Cycles

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basic shuffle equations\nhow many shuffles it takes to get a deck back to original order\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Basic Shuffle Equations

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position equations\nnotation for faro shuffling\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Position Equations

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mix relativity\nfaro type from the point of view of the card\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Mix Relativity

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expanded decks\nnotation for faro shuffling\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Expanded Decks

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not in descartes\nfutile method of cartesian notation\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Not in Descartes

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faro trees\n"the faro tree gives a clear, unambiguous picture of what happens to the deck as it is shuffled."\nkarl fulves
1986
Karl Fulves

Faro Trees

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