das wiederfinden zweier karten \n matrix-layout, magician's choice of two cards \n unknown \n gezwungene wahl \n friedrich w. conradi-horster
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler
Unknown

prof. hofzinser's geheimnis \n "die isolierte karte", spectator locates card via matrix-layout of deck on table and magician's choice \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n gezwungene wahl \n friedrich w. conradi-horster
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

Prof. Hofzinser's Geheimnis

"Die isolierte Karte", spectator locates card via matrix-layout of deck on table and magician's choice

das kartenquadrat \n dealing a square with all sevens, eights, nines and tens so that no values repeat in rows or columns \n unknown
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler
Unknown

Das Kartenquadrat

dealing a square with all Sevens, Eights, Nines and Tens so that no values repeat in rows or columns

der erraten mehrerer karten \n jacks, queens, kings and aces are dealt out repeatedly in square formation, but it is not clear to what purpose \n unknown
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler
Unknown

Der Erraten mehrerer Karten

Jacks, Queens, Kings and Aces are dealt out repeatedly in square formation, but it is not clear to what purpose

erraten von karten durch quadrate \n with square layout on table and four, five, six or seven spectators \n unknown
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler
Unknown

Erraten von Karten durch Quadrate

with square layout on table and four, five, six or seven spectators

gezwungene wahl \n magician's choice from 32 cards and layout on table \n friedrich w. conradi-horster \n prof. hofzinser's geheimnis \n johann nepomuk hofzinser \n das wiederfinden zweier karten \n unknown
1896
der moderne kartenkünstler Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster

Gezwungene Wahl

magician's choice from 32 cards and layout on table

der allwissende künstler \n "by h. sch., dresden", deck laid out on table, performer can find any named card from the back, switched for stacked deck \n unknown
1896
der zauberspiegel
Unknown

Der allwissende Künstler

"by H. Sch., Dresden", deck laid out on table, performer can find any named card from the back, switched for stacked deck

finding the pairs \n twelve mate pairs distributed, spectator turns up a card and performer instantly the mate, repeated \n orville wayne meyer
1939
the magic annual for 1938 and 1939 Orville Wayne Meyer

Finding the Pairs

twelve mate pairs distributed, spectator turns up a card and performer instantly the mate, repeated

3<sup>2</sup> \n selection process with square layout \n russell "rusduck" duck \n 3<sup>2</sup> deal duplicated \n ken beale \n russell "rusduck" duck \n marvin johnson
1946
the phoenix 101-150 Russell "Rusduck" Duck

ten card puzzler \n layout puzzle, turning cards face-up one by one by counting to four multiple times \n harry lorayne \n puzzling magic \n harry lorayne
1964
personal secrets Harry Lorayne

Ten Card Puzzler

layout puzzle, turning cards face-up one by one by counting to four multiple times

the card pyramid \n mathematical layout of spot cards, end result is predicted, for waters credit see reference \n harry lorayne \n thomas alan waters \n mathematically inclined \n l. vosburgh lyons \n thomas alan waters \n babel \n karl fulves
1967
deck-sterity Harry Lorayne, Thomas Alan Waters

The Card Pyramid

mathematical layout of spot cards, end result is predicted, for Waters credit see reference

psychedelic \n packet cut off, values added, matrix layout, new deck order \n paul swinford \n marlo's psychedelic \n edward marlo
1968
faro fantasy Paul Swinford

Psychedelic

packet cut off, values added, matrix layout, new deck order

3<sup>2</sup> deal duplicated \n selection process with square layout, combination of ken beale's "square deal" (ibidem #23) and rusduck \n ken beale \n russell "rusduck" duck \n marvin johnson \n 3<sup>2</sup> \n russell "rusduck" duck
1970
hierophant Ken Beale, Russell "Rusduck" Duck, Marvin Johnson

3^{2} Deal Duplicated

selection process with square layout, combination of Ken Beale's "Square Deal" (Ibidem #23) and Rusduck

paradox papers \n paper with numbers in a 4x4 grid is folded into small square, edges cut off, then all even numbers are one way and the odds another, application with cards, steve shimm suggestion, tapestry handling, see also p. 521 for gene nielson handling, h. e. dudeney \n martin gardner \n henry dudeny puzzle from "modern puzzles" (1926) \n news test \n edmund rowland \n paradox papers \n martin gardner \n wraparound \n karl fulves \n foldover notes \n karl fulves \n paper folding note \n karl fulves \n paradox redux \n philip t. goldstein \n folding numbers \n jack avis \n the core \n pit hartling \n disparity \n ramón riobóo
1971
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Martin Gardner

Paradox Papers

paper with numbers in a 4x4 grid is folded into small square, edges cut off, then all even numbers are one way and the odds another, application with cards, Steve Shimm suggestion, tapestry handling, see also p. 521 for Gene Nielson handling, H. E. Dudeney

hex squared \n 4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card, see also p. 512 and also p. 550 for ideas by "eddie" cowles and karl fulves \n karl fulves \n hex squared \n karl fulves \n the square ring \n sam schwartz \n karl fulves \n forced march \n sam schwartz \n hex squared \n karl fulves \n introduction \n karl fulves \n hex in color \n john j. beck iii \n john a. beck
1971
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Karl Fulves

Hex Squared

4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card, see also p. 512 and also p. 550 for ideas by "Eddie" Cowles and Karl Fulves

electronic cards \n square layout of nine cards, instruction on tape, based on martin gardner routine \n jack lottey \n mind matrix \n martin gardner \n robert brethen
1971
the compleat magick — volume i Jack Lottey

Electronic Cards

square layout of nine cards, instruction on tape, based on Martin Gardner routine

towering prediction \n cards are laid out and spectator follows instruction from a tape recorder \n stephen minch \n stacks \n thomas alan waters \n towering prediction \n stephen minch
1974
the book of thoth Stephen Minch

Towering Prediction

cards are laid out and spectator follows instruction from a tape recorder

parity bet \n eleven cards on table with one free section, sliding task for spectator as bet \n martin gardner
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Martin Gardner

Parity Bet

eleven cards on table with one free section, sliding task for spectator as bet

parity failure \n some cards from 5x5 cards layout are turned over according to rules, condition is called out and on one card is lied \n alex elmsley \n parity failure \n alex elmsley \n parity failure \n alex elmsley
1979
the chronicles Alex Elmsley

Parity Failure

some cards from 5x5 cards layout are turned over according to rules, condition is called out and on one card is lied

parity failure \n some cards from 5x5 cards layout are turned over according to rules, condition is called out and on one card is lied \n alex elmsley \n parity failure \n alex elmsley \n parity notes \n charles hudson \n unstacked parity \n roy walton
1980
curioser Alex Elmsley

Parity Failure

some cards from 5x5 cards layout are turned over according to rules, condition is called out and on one card is lied

a four-bit trick \n card in square layout of face-up/face-down cards turned over and divined \n karl fulves \n pack of lies \n alex elmsley \n colin lewry
1980
curioser Karl Fulves

A Four-Bit Trick

card in square layout of face-up/face-down cards turned over and divined

hex squared \n 4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card \n karl fulves \n hex squared \n karl fulves
1980
curioser Karl Fulves

Hex Squared

4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card

forced march \n 4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card \n sam schwartz \n hex squared \n karl fulves
1980
curioser Sam Schwartz

Forced March

4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card

the square ring \n 4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card, only three instructions \n sam schwartz \n karl fulves \n hex squared \n karl fulves \n the square ring \n karl fulves \n sam schwartz
1980
curioser Sam Schwartz, Karl Fulves

The Square Ring

4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card, only three instructions

the gathering \n ace through four in square formation turn over one by one under cover, then change to aces, posed as problem \n karl fulves
1981
interlocutor Karl Fulves

The Gathering

Ace through Four in square formation turn over one by one under cover, then change to Aces, posed as problem

hex squared \n no. 65, 4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card \n karl fulves \n hex squared \n karl fulves
1984
more self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Hex Squared

No. 65, 4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card

the square ring \n no. 66, 4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card, only three instructions \n karl fulves \n sam schwartz \n the square ring \n sam schwartz \n karl fulves
1984
more self-working card tricks Karl Fulves, Sam Schwartz

The Square Ring

No. 66, 4x4 layout, spectator moves around according to fixed rules and ends on force card, only three instructions

paradox papers \n no. 9, paper with numbers in a 4x4 grid is folded into small square, edges cut off, then all even numbers are one way and the odds another, application with card values on paper or card layout (chosen card turned over is only odd-colored at the end) \n martin gardner \n paradox papers \n martin gardner
1985
self-working paper magic Martin Gardner

Paradox Papers

No. 9, paper with numbers in a 4x4 grid is folded into small square, edges cut off, then all even numbers are one way and the odds another, application with card values on paper or card layout (chosen card turned over is only odd-colored at the end)

throw rug \n card revealed via red-black pattern in layout of 7x7 cards on table, inspired by toni koynini's "karpet" (magic wand, march 1953) \n philip t. goldstein \n toni koynini
1986
amperthand Philip T. Goldstein, Toni Koynini

Throw Rug

card revealed via red-black pattern in layout of 7x7 cards on table, inspired by Toni Koynini's "Karpet" (Magic Wand, March 1953)

the four bit machine \n number cards from 1 to 16, put in square formation and four are selected, their total predicted \n david britland
1986
psychomancy David Britland

The Four Bit Machine

number cards from 1 to 16, put in square formation and four are selected, their total predicted

towering prediction \n cards are laid out and spectator follows instruction from written scroll \n stephen minch \n towering prediction \n stephen minch
1987
the three faces of steve Stephen Minch

Towering Prediction

cards are laid out and spectator follows instruction from written scroll

clocking the deck \n clock layout on table, made smaller and smaller via elimination, blackjack remains \n karl fulves \n inch by inch \n karl fulves
1988
the chronicles Karl Fulves

Clocking The Deck

clock layout on table, made smaller and smaller via elimination, Blackjack remains

connect the dots \n card layout on table, number cards are used to designate some of those cards, they're connected and the resulting line forms a letter that the spectator chose from a deck of alphabet cards \n karl fulves
1988
the chronicles Karl Fulves

Connect the Dots

card layout on table, number cards are used to designate some of those cards, they're connected and the resulting line forms a letter that the spectator chose from a deck of alphabet cards

mr. koenig's tapestry \n dealing a 4x4 square \n richard vollmer \n how classics are born! \n roger a. golde \n choices \n tom daugherty \n haptap \n volkmar mrasek
1991
apocalypse vol. 11-15 Richard Vollmer

wraparound \n credit comment on the tapestry procedure, tom daugherty's "folderol" \n karl fulves \n paradox papers \n martin gardner
1993
verbatim Karl Fulves

Wraparound

credit comment on the tapestry procedure, Tom Daugherty's "Folderol"

parity failure \n some cards from 5x5 cards layout are turned over according to rules, condition is called out and on one card is lied \n alex elmsley \n parity failure \n alex elmsley
1994
the collected works of alex elmsley — volume 2 Alex Elmsley

Parity Failure

some cards from 5x5 cards layout are turned over according to rules, condition is called out and on one card is lied

day one \n date chosen by choosing some face-up and face-down cards from grid layout, looked up in diary, card noted there predicted, tapestry \n karl fulves \n three card tricks \n mel bennett
1994
crooked tales Karl Fulves

Day One

date chosen by choosing some face-up and face-down cards from grid layout, looked up in diary, card noted there predicted, tapestry

alpha matrix \n 6x5 grid of cards, rows and columns selected via values from other deck until 1 card remains, it's odd-backed \n karl fulves
1994
crooked tales Karl Fulves

Alpha Matrix

6x5 grid of cards, rows and columns selected via values from other deck until 1 card remains, it's odd-backed

pile-up \n six-card pyramid layout, top card switch consecutively downwards to base, total of bottom row predicted "with reasonable accuracy", inspired by drop case carnival con game \n karl fulves \n three card tricks \n mel bennett
1994
crooked tales Karl Fulves

Pile-Up

six-card pyramid layout, top card switch consecutively downwards to base, total of bottom row predicted "with reasonable accuracy", inspired by Drop Case carnival con game

three card tricks \n six-card pyramid layout, folding, number nine can be forced
- cheaper by the dozen (forcing twelve)
- at the strike of 10 (ten-card pyramid, forced 25) \n mel bennett \n day one \n karl fulves \n pile-up \n karl fulves \n a perfect strike \n mel bennett
1994
verbatim Mel Bennett

Three Card Tricks

six-card pyramid layout, folding, number nine can be forced

the square deal \n no. 24, 3x3 layout with twelve cards, center cards added give forced number, card at this position predicted \n arthur setterington \n square-rigged \n justin higham
1995
self-working close-up card magic Arthur Setterington

The Square Deal

No. 24, 3x3 layout with twelve cards, center cards added give forced number, card at this position predicted

moves and removes \n marker moved on 3x3 layout, final card predicted, with 4x4 "sixteen card version" on p. 30 \n simon aronson \n martin gardner presents (1993), p. 149
1995
simply simon Simon Aronson

Moves and Removes

marker moved on 3x3 layout, final card predicted, with 4x4 "Sixteen Card Version" on p. 30

the nine-cent card trick \n no. 63, nine cards in square and nine pennies laid out, one chosen, card and date on coin on it divined, using a confederate \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic Karl Fulves

The Nine-Cent Card Trick

No. 63, nine cards in square and nine pennies laid out, one chosen, card and date on coin on it divined, using a confederate

the spectator works harder to triumph \n tapestry routine with sixteen cards, only selection remains reversed \n jon racherbaumer \n peter duffie routine
1995
mo — modus operandi Jon Racherbaumer

The Spectator Works Harder to Triumph

tapestry routine with sixteen cards, only selection remains reversed

power of one \n pyramid layout with cards, orientation is reversed and values reverse with it, two methods \n karl fulves \n "paranoiac pyramid" (shigeo futagawa, jan. 1992, genii) \n turnabout coins \n martin gardner
1997
the vampire chronicles Karl Fulves

Power of One

pyramid layout with cards, orientation is reversed and values reverse with it, two methods

a curious number force \n ace through nine in 3x3 layout \n martin gardner \n the million-dollar prediction \n karl fulves \n informant \n karl fulves
1997
underworld Martin Gardner

flipping swindle \n five cards laid out in cross formation, cards have to be dropped onto the formation so that it is eventually covered completely, with gags \n gus davenport
1998
vis à vis Gus Davenport

Flipping Swindle

five cards laid out in cross formation, cards have to be dropped onto the formation so that it is eventually covered completely, with gags

folding numbers \n paper with numbers in a 4x4 grid is folded into small square, edges cut off, sum of one orientation predicted, parity \n jack avis \n paradox papers \n martin gardner
1998
vis à vis Jack Avis

Folding Numbers

paper with numbers in a 4x4 grid is folded into small square, edges cut off, sum of one orientation predicted, parity

4th dimensional chess \n twelve cards in matrix layout, spectator rotates layout and moves according to instructions, later performer is able to get to same final position \n karl fulves \n informant \n karl fulves
1999
underworld Karl Fulves

4th Dimensional Chess

twelve cards in matrix layout, spectator rotates layout and moves according to instructions, later performer is able to get to same final position

the tesseract \n red-backed and blue-backed cards in 4x4 layout, spectator places marker on layout and thinks of an ace, he moves around and finds the ace \n karl fulves \n informant \n karl fulves \n second mate \n karl fulves
1999
underworld Karl Fulves

The Tesseract

red-backed and blue-backed cards in 4x4 layout, spectator places marker on layout and thinks of an Ace, he moves around and finds the Ace

square-rigged \n ace through queen mixed and dealt in 3x3 square formation by spectator, center cards added and used to count to selection, credit information \n justin higham \n "exit" (stephen tucker, abra #2164, july 18th 1987) \n precursor #23, may 1989 \n the square deal \n arthur setterington \n tri-rigged \n justin higham
1999
arcardia Justin Higham

Square-Rigged

Ace through Queen mixed and dealt in 3x3 square formation by spectator, center cards added and used to count to selection, credit information

Inspired by

"Exit" (Stephen Tucker, Abra #2164, July 18th 1987)

nine way variant \n nine cards in square, one chosen via instructions, winner/loser written on other side \n jerry mentzer \n "kane's variant" (peter kane)
2000
card file two Jerry Mentzer

Nine Way Variant

nine cards in square, one chosen via instructions, winner/loser written on other side

restoration \n four red-backed and 4 blue-backed cards torn in half, one card signed on face and a half kept, card chosen from 3x5 square made from rest, matching half found \n karl fulves
2001
hex squared Karl Fulves

Restoration

four red-backed and 4 blue-backed cards torn in half, one card signed on face and a half kept, card chosen from 3x5 square made from rest, matching half found

outguessed \n performer and spectator have five cards each, spectator choses another card from grid layout according to rules and can replace one of his or performer's cards with it, still performer has better poker hand \n karl fulves
2001
hex squared Karl Fulves

Outguessed

performer and spectator have five cards each, spectator choses another card from grid layout according to rules and can replace one of his or performer's cards with it, still performer has better poker hand

spellathon \n 3x4 card layout on table, card selected via instructions and spelled to in rest of deck to find selected card \n karl fulves
2001
hex squared Karl Fulves

Spellathon

3x4 card layout on table, card selected via instructions and spelled to in rest of deck to find selected card

hex minus \n goal of the square is to prohibit spectator from reaching certain square, 12-card monte in which spectators cannot get to winning card \n karl fulves
2001
hex squared Karl Fulves

Hex Minus

goal of the square is to prohibit spectator from reaching certain square, 12-card monte in which spectators cannot get to winning card

gamble ramble \n spectator choses cards in layout according to rules, black cards added and red subtracted, total predicted, four-way approach \n karl fulves
2001
hex squared Karl Fulves

Gamble Ramble

spectator choses cards in layout according to rules, black cards added and red subtracted, total predicted, four-way approach

percentage poker \n performer and spectator draw hole card from face-up deck, then four cards chosen from 4x4 layout, even though spectator goes first he loses \n karl fulves \n "swindle & cheat" (1991)
2001
hex squared Karl Fulves

Percentage Poker

performer and spectator draw hole card from face-up deck, then four cards chosen from 4x4 layout, even though spectator goes first he loses

psychic map \n no. 69, fifteen cards in matrix layout on table, some are turned over, covered with newspaper, performer reaches underneath and adjusts, when newspaper is removed all face-up cards are red and vice versa \n karl fulves \n bob hummer
2001
new self-working card tricks Karl Fulves, Bob Hummer

Psychic Map

No. 69, fifteen cards in matrix layout on table, some are turned over, covered with newspaper, performer reaches underneath and adjusts, when newspaper is removed all face-up cards are red and vice versa

a perfect strike \n no. 72, ten-card layout folded and some values added to force a number \n mel bennett \n three card tricks \n mel bennett
2001
new self-working card tricks Mel Bennett

A Perfect Strike

No. 72, ten-card layout folded and some values added to force a number

mind matrix \n no. 92, square layout of nine cards, instruction game with prediction of final card \n martin gardner \n robert brethen \n electronic cards \n jack lottey
2001
new self-working card tricks Martin Gardner, Robert Brethen

Mind Matrix

No. 92, square layout of nine cards, instruction game with prediction of final card

flip over mystery \n no. 20, folding with matrix layout, two cards previously chosen are only odd-colored either face-up or face-down, or more subtle with odd-even \n karl fulves
2001
my best self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Flip Over Mystery

No. 20, folding with matrix layout, two cards previously chosen are only odd-colored either face-up or face-down, or more subtle with odd-even

any named ace \n no. 50, red and blue backed cards mixed, sixteen-card square dealt out, spectator moves coin around to instructions and ends up on previously named ace \n karl fulves
2001
my best self-working card tricks Karl Fulves

Any Named Ace

No. 50, red and blue backed cards mixed, sixteen-card square dealt out, spectator moves coin around to instructions and ends up on previously named Ace

mate in 5 \n 5x5 layout, two spectators move poker chips according to rules, outcome predicted
- psychic sub (variation as battleship game)
- mate finesse \n karl fulves \n "remove viewing" (sam schwartz, discoverie #5)
2001
latter day secrets Karl Fulves

Mate In 5

5x5 layout, two spectators move poker chips according to rules, outcome predicted

memory poker \n 5x5 layout of face-up card, two cards exchanged while performer is not looking, those are divined \n karl fulves
2003
off the books Karl Fulves

Memory Poker

5x5 layout of face-up card, two cards exchanged while performer is not looking, those are divined

degrees of freedom \n cato, koenig's tapestry, combo to produce royal flush \n john bannon \n folded discovery \n david solomon
2004
dear mr. fantasy John Bannon

Degrees Of Freedom

CATO, Koenig's Tapestry, combo to produce royal flush

perfect strangers \n cato, koenig's tapestry, prediction combo with rainbow packet \n john bannon \n imperfect strangers \n robin robertson \n strange but perfect \n jerry k. hartman
2004
dear mr. fantasy John Bannon

Perfect Strangers

CATO, Koenig's Tapestry, prediction combo with rainbow packet

postcards prediction \n cato, koenig's tapestry, prediction combo with postcards instead of playing cards \n william goodwin
2004
dear mr. fantasy William Goodwin

Postcards Prediction

CATO, Koenig's Tapestry, prediction combo with postcards instead of playing cards

the works \n explanation of cato principle and the koenig's tapestry fold (dudeney folding)
- first principles
- isolating target cards
- rlues of engagement
- the folding phase \n john bannon \n disparity \n ramón riobóo
2004
dear mr. fantasy John Bannon

The Works

explanation of CATO principle and the Koenig's Tapestry fold (Dudeney Folding)

match game \n twelve cards laid out face-down in matrix, match game played (turning up two cards and finding matches), performer wins \n karl fulves \n the even couple \n karl fulves
2007
word play Karl Fulves

Match Game

twelve cards laid out face-down in matrix, match game played (turning up two cards and finding matches), performer wins

ontene prediction \n sixteen cards dealt into four by four square, magician predicts the sum of any chosen row or column \n stewart james \n handwritten notes, june 1983
2007
the essential stewart james Stewart James

Ontene Prediction

Sixteen cards dealt into four by four square, magician predicts the sum of any chosen row or column

the terrorist (cnn, bcc, fbi, cia, kgb) \n - i. the escape (spelling, double replacement)
- ii. the hunting
- iii. the capture
-- 1. the da vinci code (simple spelling of a phrase to reveal the card)
-- 2. the scanning machine (anti-faro elimination)
-- 3. the puzzle-master (tapestry)
-- other alternatives to find the card \n lennart green
2008
the green northern lights magic Lennart Green

The Terrorist (CNN, BCC, FBI, CIA, KGB)

I. The Escape (spelling, Double Replacement)

II. The Hunting

III. The Capture

1. The Da Vinci Code (simple spelling of a phrase to reveal the card)

apocalypse later \n nine cards with persons on them laid out, spectator moves according to instructions, final resting place predicted, credit information on the parity instruction game \n stephen minch \n genii, april 1992
2009
the book of forgotten secrets Stephen Minch

Apocalypse Later

nine cards with persons on them laid out, spectator moves according to instructions, final resting place predicted, credit information on the parity instruction game

square dance \n square layout routine with cards, counting the sides, mathematical, revelation at end \n steve beam
2010
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 8 Steve Beam

Square Dance

square layout routine with cards, counting the sides, mathematical, revelation at end

puzzling magic \n ten card layout puzzle, turning cards face-up one by one by counting to four multiple times, incorporating selection \n harry lorayne \n ten card puzzler \n harry lorayne
2015
jawdroppers! Harry Lorayne

Puzzling Magic

ten card layout puzzle, turning cards face-up one by one by counting to four multiple times, incorporating selection

impromptu version \n "one one no is once enough is not enough is not enough"
one of five cards \n bob farmer \n impromptu impromptu version \n bob farmer
2017
the bammo tarodiction toolbox Bob Farmer

Impromptu Version

"One One No Is Once Enough Is Not Enough Is Not Enough"
one of five cards

folded discovery \n 4x4 matrix layout, folding tapestry, all of one color end up reversed except selection \n david solomon \n degrees of freedom \n john bannon
2018
solomon's secrets David Solomon

Folded Discovery

4x4 matrix layout, folding tapestry, all of one color end up reversed except selection