the theoretical faro\ndefinition of io and oi as an entity and properties of io- and oi-sequences
- the conjugate pair faro
- the inverted conjugate pair faro\nkarl fulves\nunit shuffles\nmurray bonfeld\nunit restorations\nmurray bonfeld
1979
Karl Fulves

The Theoretical Faro

definition of IO and OI as an entity and properties of IO- and OI-sequences
- The Conjugate Pair Faro
- The Inverted Conjugate Pair Faro

faro shuffle machines\nexamining the problem of finding an algorithm to find a faro combination to shuffle from position x to position y, discussed with a 6-card deck\nkarl fulves\nsteve shimm\nmorray bonfeld's faro program\nmurray bonfeld
1979
Karl Fulves, Steve Shimm

Faro Shuffle Machines

examining the problem of finding an algorithm to find a faro combination to shuffle from position x to position y, discussed with a 6-card deck

a faro tree\nexamining the problem of finding an algorithm to find a faro combination to shuffle from position x to position y\nroy walton\na faro tree\nroy walton
1979
Roy Walton

A Faro Tree

examining the problem of finding an algorithm to find a faro combination to shuffle from position x to position y

the general recycling problem\nhow to return to original order if an unknown sequence of in and out faros was performed\nkarl fulves\nthe recycling problem\nkarl fulves\nintroduction\nkarl fulves
1979
Karl Fulves

The General Recycling Problem

how to return to original order if an unknown sequence of in and out faros was performed

mb aces\nfour spectators select cards by counting down with a milk build shuffle in between the selections, they are the aces\nkarl fulves
1979
Karl Fulves

MB Aces

four spectators select cards by counting down with a Milk Build Shuffle in between the selections, they are the aces

(2) primitive cycles\nmaintaining sequences that are repeated\nkarl fulves\nother forms of the transposition\nkarl fulves\nthe principle of internal shuffling\nmurray bonfeld
1979
Karl Fulves

primitive poker\npacket of 25 cards is dealt out in piles according to a rolled dice multiple times, then cards are dealt and everybody has a good hand\nkarl fulves\nroy walton\ndraw poker plus\nroy walton
1979
Karl Fulves, Roy Walton

Primitive Poker

packet of 25 cards is dealt out in piles according to a rolled dice multiple times, then cards are dealt and everybody has a good hand

second law\nsome value coincidences happen when dealing through piles, application of milk build shuffle to si stebbins\nkarl fulves\nklondike notes\nkarl fulves
1979
Karl Fulves

Second Law

some value coincidences happen when dealing through piles, application of Milk Build Shuffle to Si Stebbins

digital dice\ndie is turned around some times according to simple rules, top numbers are noted, this number sequence is predicted or foreseen\nkarl fulves
1979
Karl Fulves

Digital Dice

die is turned around some times according to simple rules, top numbers are noted, this number sequence is predicted or foreseen