Card Counting (2005 edition)
Card Counting (2005 edition)
Only additional material from updated edition (Content of 1982 edition)
written by Karl Fulves
Work of Karl Fulves
64 pages (Spiralbound), Selfpublished
Language: English
(8 entries)
Data entered by Denis Behr.
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Karl Fulves Blockhead card removed from a secretly pre-clocked block is divined see also "Blocking" (Karl Fulves, 1979) 16
Karl Fulves Outcast card moved from one third of deck into another is found with (apparently) memory work, clocking and partial red-black separation inspired by "An Amazing Memory" (J. W. Sarles & John Scarne, 1982) 28
Karl Fulves & Ken Beale Ten-Hour Day card chosen in clock-layout with mathematical method, second card removed from rest of deck, both cards are divined inspired by "A Clock Trick" (Ken Beale, 1982) 40
Karl Fulves Telephone Puzzler expanded text from 1982 edition see also "Telephone Puzzler" (Karl Fulves, 1982) 47
Karl Fulves Fake Counting non-clocking method with riffle shuffled stack to name a freely removed card, expanded text from 1982 edition includes a (corner) short card that stay next to a card during riffle shuffles see also The New Phoenix #397,
"Fake Counting" (Karl Fulves, 1982)
Karl Fulves And Counting further commentary on card counting ideas 61
Karl Fulves Red-Black Relationship & Clocking red cards in one half clock to same total as black cards in other half, no application, full stack 62
Karl Fulves Apex Note another full deck stack method to find out which card is missing from half a deck 63