The Shamrock Code / The Parallel Principle
The Shamrock Code / The Parallel Principle
written by Karl Fulves
Work of Karl Fulves
48 pages (Stapled), Selfpublished
Illustrated with drawings by Joseph K. Schmidt
Language: English
(30 entries)
Data entered by Denis Behr.
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Karl Fulves Simple Ciphers on simple codes, purists and confederates 1
Karl Fulves The Enciphering Technique for the upcoming code 5
Karl Fulves The Shamrock Code one of five objects, how a drinking glass is held 5
Karl Fulves Tips On The Handling of the Shamrock Code 8
Karl Fulves 91 Sense five coins, spectator places any 4 in his hand and performer announces total, using code and confederate 11
Karl Fulves Plaintext Cards spectator concentrates on one of five cards when performer is not looking, he divines the cards, using code and confederate 12
Karl Fulves Center Deception any chosen card selected when performer does not look is found, using code and confederate 14
Karl Fulves Enciphering Court Cards expansion of Shamrock Code for cards 15
Unknown Suit Interrogation fishing method for suit see also "Direct Statements vs. Interrogation" (Edward Marlo, 1979) 17
Karl Fulves X-Ray Vision spectator reverses card behind performer's back, it is divined, using code and confederate 19
Karl Fulves "Turning" The Spectator spectator unwittingly codes information 20
Karl Fulves Fooling The Confederate 22
Karl Fulves The Date Problem coding a date, posed as a problem 22
Karl Fulves Part Two introduction, on clocking the deck, casting out 13 or 10 23
Karl Fulves Clocking The Deck simplified calculations 24
Karl Fulves The Rundown spectator removes card and performer divines it, basic clocking application 25
Karl Fulves Ambiguous Totals problem solving in deck clocking 27
Karl Fulves Suppressed Fives another simplification for clocking 28
Karl Fulves The Deuce Subtracted removing or ignoring a two so that deck totals to zero see also "Deuce Notes" (Karl Fulves, 1980) 29
Karl Fulves The Parallel Principle clocking with deck split into two packets see also "From Ken Beale" (Ken Beale, 1979),
"Zero Equals Zero" (Karl Fulves, 1980)
Karl Fulves The Parallel Locator two piles, spectator moves card from packet to the other, performer divines it by looking through the pile it came from 30
Karl Fulves Matchlock divining two cards via card counting 33
Karl Fulves Expanded Sum clocking & faro 35
Karl Fulves Future Key two cards found 36
Karl Fulves Blocking clocking used with only a known section in middle of deck see also "Fractional Counts" (Karl Fulves, 2005),
"Blockhead" (Karl Fulves, 2005)
Karl Fulves Blocking With The Faro spectator removes card from shuffled deck, partial clocking, dated to 1960 41
Karl Fulves Leverage two cards divined, confederate needed that can clock see also "Parallel Lines" (Karl Fulves, 1980) 43
Karl Fulves Fooling The Confederate deck shuffled face-up/face-down, two cards selected, using code and confederate & card counting 45
Karl Fulves Parallax fair conditions, apparently not all cards are seen to count them see also "Parallex II" (Karl Fulves, 1982) 47
Karl Fulves Suggested Reading for card counting 48