And a Packet of Cards
And a Packet of Cards
written by Karl Fulves
1989
Work of Karl Fulves
60 pages (Spiralbound), Selfpublished
Illustrated with drawings by Joseph K. Schmidt
Language: English
(38 entries)
Data entered by Denis Behr.
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Karl Fulves Getting Smaller 1
Karl Fulves Block Exchange Counts as used in Elmsley Count 2
Karl Fulves MacCount four cards, ace travels from pocket back to packet, featuring count that shows all cards but changes order 3
Karl Fulves Dollar Swindle 3&2, dollar bill placed in packet, color separate to either side of bill 5
Sam Schwartz Interrupted Ices four Aces, four Kings, two cards exchanged, stay separated, and so on inspired by "Ices and Kings" (Karl Fulves, 1982) 7
Sam Schwartz Interrupted Elmsley Count cards no three and four are counted in reverse order 7
Karl Fulves Sneak Preview presentational idea for packet trick 9
Karl Fulves K-Counts order changed and card concealed inspired by "3/4 Count" (Karl Fulves, 1973) 11
Karl Fulves K-2 four Kings change to four Queens 12
Karl Fulves Up The Ladder "swindle count in which any small number of cards can be counted as any larger number, and any number of cards can be concealed" 14
Karl Fulves Remix three packets with red-black-mixed cards, two are separated but remix, the third separates 15
Karl Fulves Zebra Count 15
Karl Fulves Carrousel two reds and two blacks, color named, those two cards turn up one by one 17
Karl Fulves Carrousel Count four-as-four while concealing two 17
Karl Fulves The Educated Die Ace through Six, die rolled and card counted to, it's always an ace, two methods 19
Karl Fulves Demi-Device 2&2, featuring a displacement count 21
Karl Fulves Option Play aces sandwich one of three cards in a small packet see also "Progressive Trap" (Karl Fulves, 1973) 23
Karl Fulves Dollar Hofzinser using dollar bill in handling 24
Karl Fulves Quixote no get-ready, two handlings, credit claim inspired by "No Get-Ready Double Lift" (Karl Fulves, 1976) 25
Karl Fulves Cronus Double 28
Karl Fulves The Starting Four AH, 2H, 3H and Joker removed from two decks, Three placed in other packet leaves three images, the Two two images, finally Joker vanishes inspired by "Eerie Row" (Karl Fulves, 1973) 30
Karl Fulves Fourmula One four Fours, suddenly all red, then two change into queens 35
Karl Fulves Black Cat four cards, two Jacks turn up and the other two are Aces, "lazy gambler" theme 36
Karl Fulves Gammatron four-as-four in which all cards are seen but order changed 39
Karl Fulves Sixtet Ace-2-3 reverses order when second set of Ace-2-3 is reversed 40
Karl Fulves The Original Method of "Sixtet" see also "Sixtet" (Karl Fulves, 1989) 43
Karl Fulves Bid Six biddle count method of "Sixtet" see also "Sixtet" (Karl Fulves, 1989) 44
Sam Schwartz Quarter Turn a card turns over one quarter at the time inspired by a problem in "New Submarine Card" (1983) 46
Sam Schwartz Torn Up card torn in quarters vanishes, on a blank card in packet of blanks the card reappears a quarter at a time inspired by "New Submarine Card" (1983) 51
Karl Fulves Hand Out two hands arrange in same order, beginning of "Handicraft" section 54
Karl Fulves Hands Down coincidence effect when cards from 2 hands are exchanged 55
Karl Fulves Red Handed three reds and blacks, one exchanged, spectator also exchanges cards and they're separated again, posed as problem 55
Karl Fulves Even Handed two poker hands with face-up/face-down cards, spectator exchanges any two cards, when poker hands are examined they're the same, posed as problem 56
Karl Fulves Back Handed two rows, spectator exchanges two cards which are predicted via backs, posed as problem 56
Karl Fulves Hand to Hand Ace to Three face-up and face-down, spectator matches them, posed as problem 56
Roy Walton Strathclyde Solution three mate pairs are matched 57
Sam Schwartz Order Restored two rows of three cards each (mates), after some exchanges one of each is each row 58
Sam Schwartz Four Square with two packets of four cards 59