Transpo Trix
Transpo Trix
written by Karl Fulves
1978
Work of Karl Fulves
80 pages (Spiralbound), Selfpublished
Illustrated with drawings by Joseph K. Schmidt
Language: English
(60 entries)
Data entered by Denis Behr.
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Karl Fulves Introduction 1
Karl Fulves Four-Card Leaper KC travels from one half to other, KS in other half is face-up with red kings on either side inspired by "The Unknown Leaper" (Charles T. Jordan, 1921) 2
Karl Fulves Meta-4 AS reversed in deck, travels to "random" number (four), then changes into a Four see also "The (No Kidding) Final Additional Notes And Variations, Etc." (Karl Fulves, 1980),
"Because It Was There" (Roy Walton, 1988)
3
Karl Fulves Interlock Placement to small number 4
Karl Fulves Qube Root two jokers in pocket, Ace through Seven of hearts removed, one of them chosen and reversed, this card transposes with the two jokers inspired by "Going...." (Karl Fulves, 1975) 6
Karl Fulves Splitting Double with sound effect 7
Karl Fulves Hofzinser Problem see note (B) 8
Karl Fulves Hide Out AC to 9C removed, selection placed among them, all dealt face-up except selection, a club vanishes, selection becomes this club and selection is reversed in deck, "temporary transposition" 8
Karl Fulves Hide Out à la DCD see final comments 11
Karl Fulves Moving Target AS in one packet transposes with card in other packet 11
Karl Fulves Pocket Cards red Twos change place with black Tens and back, two methods, "Tens Routine" 13
Karl Fulves The Double-Double Lift displaying the top two cards by forming a spread with 2 double cards 13
Karl Fulves To The Limit two cards transpose see also "Lorayne's Transposition Breakthrough #1" (Harry Lorayne, 1965) 18
Karl Fulves Pull-Out Notes double removed openly from under top card 20
Karl Fulves Heavy Mexican spectator names any ace and selects a card from tabled spread, it's the named ace, featuring mexican turnover switch with card near bottom as spread is turned over 20
Karl Fulves Light Heavy 21
Karl Fulves Slip Lifts using KM move to switch the back card of a double 23
Karl Fulves Another Order three cards arrange themselves in any order the spectator wishes 24
Karl Fulves Center Card Switch switching center card of three card sandwich with Slip Lift/KM Move, three methods 25
Karl Fulves ColorSlip 2&2 with Joker im middle, "This is an odd variation of the color-separation effect." 27
Karl Fulves Slip Trap red jack between red aces, suddenly red ace between red jacks, other red ace found between black jacks 28
Karl Fulves Transeven two cards transform, designed as end of transposition sequence 30
Karl Fulves Bottom Double Drop see also "The Bottom Double Drop" (Brother John Hamman, 1989) 31
Karl Fulves An End To It two cards transform, designed as end of transposition sequence 31
Karl Fulves Unexpected at end of transposition sequence, cards are torn in half and one half of each card transforms 32
Karl Fulves Redder Red two cards transform, designed as end of transposition sequence 33
Karl Fulves Final Phase I at end of transposition sequence both cards change back color 34
Karl Fulves Final Phase II at end of transposition sequence both cards change back color 35
Karl Fulves Radio Cards at end of transposition sequence one card changes back color, then the backs transpose 37
Karl Fulves Song At Twilight three queens and four Kings change places, hotel story 39
Karl Fulves Song II three queens and four Kings change places, hotel story 40
Karl Fulves Song III three queens and four Kings change places, hotel story 41
Karl Fulves Push Transfer two packets are pushed forward, one card transferred 42
Karl Fulves That Was No Lady four Queens and three Kings transpose, then change into three Queens and four Kings 43
Karl Fulves A word about small packet tricks 43
Karl Fulves Reference Note on asymmetric transpositions 45
Karl Fulves Compared To What four reds and 4 blacks, 2 chosen cards transpose 46
Theodore Annemann Alternate Detection Procedure two cards chosen and replaced in opposite order 46
Karl Fulves Cross Fire Ace to 4 of Hearts and Spades, performer reverses a card in each pile, odd and even values named and they match 47
Karl Fulves Blanker Blue other cards shown blank 49
Karl Fulves The Thot Count alternative for Jordan Count 49
Karl Fulves Kaleidoscope Ace through Four of Hearts removed from 2 different decks, performer reverses a card in each pile, they're named values and have transposed backs, optional transformation kicker 50
Karl Fulves Thirty Eight transposition of two cards from red packet to black packet 54
Karl Fulves Mass Transit spectator choses card from black pile, performer finds it from red pile which turns out to be the black pile 56
Karl Fulves Transit Notes 5&5 see also "Oil & Water" (Karl Fulves, 1973) 58
Karl Fulves Floored card on floor transposes with signed selection see also "Four On The Floor" (Karl Fulves, 1977) 60
Karl Fulves DQ turnover switch handling in which switched-out card is lapped, different variations
- DQ I
- DQ II
- DQ III
- DQ IV
- DQ V (one of several is switched)
60
Unknown Table Edge Holdout held with thumb at edge of table 63
Karl Fulves Finished at end of transposition sequence the two cards transform and original cards are in pocket and wallet 66
Karl Fulves Double Palm palming top card in right hand and bottom card in left hand 67
Karl Fulves One Card Isn't two cards place face-down on table, then selection made and signed, one of original cards becomes selection 68
Karl Fulves Hole-Card Switch see end notes for variations 69
Karl Fulves Jigsaw JD in quarters placed between two card cases changes into 8S, JD restored under cellophane see also "Four from Eight" (Karl Fulves, 1966) 71
Karl Fulves Cremation note inspired by "Cremation" (Theodore DeLand, 1942) 74
Karl Fulves Sphinx Riddled ace of spades changes place with 2S and 3S, two methods 74
Karl Fulves Interlock Set-Up 77
Karl Fulves Look Again two selections, card 1 between red aces, then again between black aces and card 2 noch between red aces see also "Reunion" (Karl Fulves, 1973) 77
Karl Fulves Work Notes - Not considered here (mathematical transpositions)
- Also Not Considered (topological transpositions)
- Other Areas
79
Karl Fulves Black on Black spade packet dealt, spectator slaps hand on one spade and it transforms into named joker, no method see also "Miscalled" (Paul Curry, 1947) 80
Karl Fulves Snark Hunt aces and jacks removed, named ones turn over and transpose, posed as problem, see reference for method clue see also "Snark Hunt" (Karl Fulves, 1979) 80