Parallel Lines
Parallel Lines
Notes and Tricks Using the Parallel Principle
written by Karl Fulves
1980
Work of Karl Fulves
40 pages (Stapled), Selfpublished
Language: English
(25 entries)
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Karl Fulves Not By The Book introduction and credit information on clocking the deck mod 10 1
Karl Fulves Clock Arithmetic how to clock the deck 4
Karl Fulves Zero Equals Zero why the Parallel Principle always works see also "The Parallel Principle" (Karl Fulves, 1979) 6
Karl Fulves Deuce Notes removing or ignoring a two so that deck totals to zero, further notes see also "The Deuce Subtracted" (Karl Fulves, 1979) 7
Karl Fulves The Packets Adjusted parallel principle in practice 8
Karl Fulves Parallel Lines "Leverage" over phone, medium is called and divines spectator's and performer's card, parallel principle, see also p. 17 see also "Leverage" (Karl Fulves, 1979) 9
Unknown Suit Interrogation fishing method for suit 12
Karl Fulves Principle Prism 4&4, reds and blacks are mixed and they still alternate, weird effect, two phases inspired by "Calculated Colors" (Karl Fulves, 1975) 13
Karl Fulves The Advantage Gained packet trick as pretense to reduce the number of cards in clocking tricks 16
Karl Fulves The Ad note on previous trick "Parallel Lines" 17
Karl Fulves Color Coding over phone 18
Karl Fulves The King Speaks "Parallel Lines" with suit coding via a King of wanted suit 19
Karl Fulves Parity Check "Parallel Lines" with color coding 21
Karl Fulves The General Suit Code clocking the deck for value and suit 23
Karl Fulves Kings Encoded further strategies when clocking the deck for value and suit 24
Karl Fulves Real World Considerations medium uses calculator to simplify math 26
Karl Fulves Bridge Note coding information in bridge game via bidding 27
Karl Fulves Quint four cards removed by spectator, fifth one by performer, any card selected, other four read over phone, medium names selection 28
Karl Fulves Name-O-Quint spectator pockets any card, then any three cards, performer adds 4th card, those are read to medium in any order who then names pocketed card 31
Karl Fulves Five Card Stud four cards code fifth one see also "Study in Stud" (Russell "Rusduck" Duck, 1957) 32
Karl Fulves Fill The Blank three cards removed by spectator, fourth by performer, fifth by spectator and signed, read off to medium in any order which names the fifth card 33
Karl Fulves Selectrik four cards outjogged by spectator, one by performer, any card is turned over, assistant comes in the room and names selected card 34
Karl Fulves Cubic Coding any five cards removed by spectator, then one chosen, other four cards read to medium over phone which names selection 35
Roy G. Vasquez The Mid Count new clocking approach with one-way deck and looking at center pips 37
Roy G. Vasquez A Mid-Count Trick 39