vernon's aces\naces separated in four piles, brought together to top via faro\ndai vernon\nno key - faro aces\nedward marlo\ncombination aces\ndarwin ortiz\nvernon's aces plus kings\nmurray bonfeld\nvernon's aces variation\ndai vernon\nchristian scherer\ndouble poker control\nmurray bonfeld\nideas for "vernon's aces"\ndarwin ortiz\npaul griffin\nasamblea total\npepe lirrojo
1962
close-up card magic Dai Vernon

Vernon's Aces

aces separated in four piles, brought together to top via faro

other forms of the transposition\ntranspositions of three or more cards within the deck with some examples (2<sup>n</sup> cards in a deck), examples 7-10\nkarl fulves\nthe principle of internal shuffling\nmurray bonfeld\n(2) primitive cycles\nkarl fulves
1969
faro & riffle technique Karl Fulves

Other Forms Of The Transposition

transpositions of three or more cards within the deck with some examples (2^{n} cards in a deck), Examples 7-10

beginning again\nodd-backed blank card is inserted in deck, it becomes a card according to spectator's wishes, gray code and faro, full-deck version\nwilliam zavis\nin the beginning\nkarl fulves\nexample 15\nkarl fulves\nfaro again\nearl keyser\nany card, any number - the first system\nmurray bonfeld
1970
faro & riffle technique William Zavis

Beginning Again

odd-backed blank card is inserted in deck, it becomes a card according to spectator's wishes, gray code and faro, full-deck version

vernon's aces plus kings\nkings and aces lost, found and dealt, extension\nmurray bonfeld\nvernon's aces\ndai vernon
1976
kabbala — volume 3 Murray Bonfeld

novel faro relationships\nintroducing mathematical language and some properties
- basic terminology and operations
- for a 52 card deck only
- for a 51 card deck only\nmurray bonfeld
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

Novel Faro Relationships

introducing mathematical language and some properties
- Basic Terminology and Operations
- For A 52 Card Deck Only
- For A 51 Card Deck Only

faro shuffle recycling table\nrequired number of in and out shuffles listed for a deck with two to 52 cards\nmurray bonfeld
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

Faro Shuffle Recycling Table

required number of in and out shuffles listed for a deck with two to 52 cards

up and down faro system\nturning one half over before faro shuffling them together and how it affects the recycling properties\nmurray bonfeld
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

Up And Down Faro System

turning one half over before faro shuffling them together and how it affects the recycling properties

the 32-card deck: an analysis\ntwenty properties and relationships for a deck with 32 cards, some things also hold for a deck with 2<sup>n</sup> cards\nmurray bonfeld
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

The 32-Card Deck: An Analysis

twenty properties and relationships for a deck with 32 cards, some things also hold for a deck with 2^{n} cards

the principle of internal shuffling\nfollowing groups and belts within a 52-card deck and how they behave under variations of in- and out-shuffles
- controlling 16 cards among 52
- controlling 10 cards among 52
- controlling 8 cards among 52
- inshuffle groups
- odd deck technique\nmurray bonfeld\nother forms of the transposition\nkarl fulves\n(2) primitive cycles\nkarl fulves
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

The Principle of Internal Shuffling

following groups and belts within a 52-card deck and how they behave under variations of in- and out-shuffles
- Controlling 16 Cards Among 52
- Controlling 10 Cards Among 52
- Controlling 8 Cards Among 52
- Inshuffle Groups
- Odd Deck Technique

placement for thirds\nfaro shuffle that distributes a group three cards apart, e.g. the spades then lie sxxsxxsxx..., not a perfect tripe faro\nmurray bonfeld\nweave in thirds\nryan murray
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

Placement For Thirds

faro shuffle that distributes a group three cards apart, e.g. the spades then lie SxxSxxSxx..., not a perfect tripe faro

sympathetic perception\nfive (mental) selections, deck shuffled and dealt into three piles, all selections end up in one pile\nmurray bonfeld
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

Sympathetic Perception

five (mental) selections, deck shuffled and dealt into three piles, all selections end up in one pile

thirteen reverse\nspades are ordered but distributed in deck, their order is reversed with faro shuffles\nmurray bonfeld
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

Thirteen Reverse

spades are ordered but distributed in deck, their order is reversed with faro shuffles

any card, any number - the first system\nshuffling card from position x to the top in odd deck, modified in-faro for even deck that ignored bottom card, reverse method for alex elmsley's binary translocation no. 1\nmurray bonfeld\nbeginning again\nwilliam zavis\nbinary translocations\nalex elmsley
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

Any Card, Any Number - The First System

shuffling card from position x to the top in odd deck, modified in-faro for even deck that ignored bottom card, reverse method for Alex Elmsley's Binary Translocation No. 1

any card, any number - the second system\nbringing a card from position x to y with faro shuffling, odd deck, with even deck modified in-faro is required that ignores top card, generalization of alex elmsley's binary translocations\nmurray bonfeld\nbinary translocations\nalex elmsley
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

Any Card, Any Number - The Second System

bringing a card from position x to y with faro shuffling, odd deck, with even deck modified in-faro is required that ignores top card, generalization of Alex Elmsley's Binary Translocations

cut coincidence\nselection is found at number specified by amount of cut-off cards, penelope's principle, faro\nmurray bonfeld
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

Cut Coincidence

selection is found at number specified by amount of cut-off cards, Penelope's Principle, faro

double coincidence\nfinding mates ala power of thought, then the other two mates as well, faro, penelope's principle, full deck stack\nmurray bonfeld
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

Double Coincidence

finding mates ala Power of Thought, then the other two mates as well, faro, Penelope's Principle, full deck stack

more theorems\nrelationships when faros are combined with cuts in even deck
- cuts and faros combined
- shuffle theorems\nmurray bonfeld
1977
faro concepts Murray Bonfeld

More Theorems

relationships when faros are combined with cuts in even deck
- Cuts And Faros Combined
- Shuffle Theorems

the theoretical faro\ndefinition of io and oi as an entity and properties of io- and oi-sequences
- the conjugate pair faro
- the inverted conjugate pair faro\nkarl fulves\nunit shuffles\nmurray bonfeld\nunit restorations\nmurray bonfeld
1979
faro possibilities Karl Fulves

The Theoretical Faro

definition of IO and OI as an entity and properties of IO- and OI-sequences
- The Conjugate Pair Faro
- The Inverted Conjugate Pair Faro

faro shuffle machines\nexamining the problem of finding an algorithm to find a faro combination to shuffle from position x to position y, discussed with a 6-card deck\nkarl fulves\nsteve shimm\nmorray bonfeld's faro program\nmurray bonfeld
1979
faro possibilities Karl Fulves, Steve Shimm

Faro Shuffle Machines

examining the problem of finding an algorithm to find a faro combination to shuffle from position x to position y, discussed with a 6-card deck

(2) primitive cycles\nmaintaining sequences that are repeated\nkarl fulves\nother forms of the transposition\nkarl fulves\nthe principle of internal shuffling\nmurray bonfeld
1979
faro possibilities Karl Fulves

fabulous\nusing faro, see page 372 for handling variation by charles hudson\ngene finnell\nharry lorayne\nmurray bonfeld
1979
apocalypse vol. 1-5 Gene Finnell, Harry Lorayne, Murray Bonfeld

FABULOUS

using faro, see page 372 for handling variation by Charles Hudson

morray bonfeld's faro program\nprogram for programmable calculator to find how many faros are required for recycling the order\nmurray bonfeld\nfaro shuffle machines\nkarl fulves\nsteve shimm
1979
interlocutor Murray Bonfeld

Morray Bonfeld's Faro Program

program for programmable calculator to find how many faros are required for recycling the order

binary translocations\n1) to bring top card to any position with faros
2) to bring card to top with 2^x cards
3) variation of 2)\nalex elmsley\nfaro as a control\nedward marlo\noil always floats\npaul swinford\nany card, any number - the first system\nmurray bonfeld\nthe core\npit hartling\na.c.a.a.n. teórico\npepe lirrojo
1994
the collected works of alex elmsley — volume 2 Alex Elmsley

Binary Translocations

1) to bring top card to any position with faros
2) to bring card to top with 2^x cards
3) variation of 2)

penelope's principle\nbringing center card to position corresponding with number of cards in cut-off pile\nalex elmsley\nprinciples and routines\nmurray bonfeld\nalex elmsley\nreverse penelope\nalex elmsley\njohn born
1994
the collected works of alex elmsley — volume 2 Alex Elmsley

Penelope's Principle

bringing center card to position corresponding with number of cards in cut-off pile

weave in thirds\nshuffling one third into the rest in an aabaab pattern
- in the hands
- on the table\nryan murray\nplacement for thirds\nmurray bonfeld\nfacilitated weave in thirds\nryan murray
2018
curious weaving Ryan Murray

Weave in Thirds

shuffling one third into the rest in an AABAAB pattern
- In the Hands
- On the Table