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Karl Fulves Inverted George "Penny Papers", on the upside down bill fold
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 2) 35
Karl Fulves Penny Checkers "Penny Papers"
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 2) 37
Karl Fulves Break A Bill "Penny Papers", bill broken into two bill with strike of pencil, posed as a problem
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 2) 37
Karl Fulves Counting "Penny Papers"
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 2) 37
Karl Fulves References part two
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 2) 38
Karl Fulves Moneytalks on developing coin tricks, the use of palming
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 39
Karl Fulves Five Will Get You Ten five dollar bill split into two five dollar bill, repeated, bills in sleeve
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 42
Karl Fulves Short Count three bills counted out of wallet, only two remain
Variations 1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 43
Karl Fulves Mexican Snap Mexican Turnover while hiding a coin under card(s), mentioned is also possibility of sleeving the coin, see also p. 55 for reference
Related to 1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 45
Karl Fulves Unmoving Mexican Mexican Turnover while hiding a coin under card(s)
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 46
Karl Fulves Moragami No. 2, origami ideas posed as a problem
(A) dollar bill snaps into paper airplane
(B) inner of two bills folds itself into bird
(C) two bills transform into bill rings linked together
(D) dollar bill visibly changes into origami figure selected from cardboards with images/symbols
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 48
Karl Fulves Fly Over coin hidden under card, flicked under left hand with card when card is turned over with right hand
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 49
Karl Fulves Mutable Metal coin produced from rolled-up bill, then shot glass as well
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 50
Karl Fulves Clink! two as three count
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 51
Karl Fulves Counterfit "Penny Papers", making seven dollar bills from six
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 52
Karl Fulves How Much "Penny Papers"
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 53
Karl Fulves How Many "Penny Papers", number One appears ten times on dollar bills
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 53
Karl Fulves How Many Heads? "Penny Papers", on a quarter
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 54
Karl Fulves How Many Eyes? "Penny Papers", on a dollar bill
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 54
Karl Fulves How Many People? "Penny Papers", on a Ten Dollar Bill
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 54
Karl Fulves References part three
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 3) 55
Karl Fulves Moneytalks on paradoxes
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 56
Howard Wurst Paper Money paper napkin torn up, pieces change into handful of dollar bills, getting rid of pieces via sleeving by Karl Fulves
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 57
Karl Fulves The Marrakech Game betting game with coins, guessing value of hidden coins
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 60
Karl Fulves Reactor Ring No. 3, ring trapped in handkerchief with ring, corners pulled and suddenly coin is on top and ring falls down (transposition), posed as a problem
Related to 1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 61
Karl Fulves Copper Go copper coin trapped in handkerchief with rubber band, corners pulled and coin either vanishes or changes, posed as a problem
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 61
Karl Fulves Getaways on complete vanishes, intro
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 62
Karl Fulves Getaway I complete vanish of coin with bill, servante at belt, also as transformation
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 62
Karl Fulves Getaway II coin changes, bill in handling, short change presentation, ditch in shirt as in previous item
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 64
Karl Fulves Momentum theory on misdirection
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 67
Karl Fulves Getaway III "playing the shirt" with coin under cover of bill
Related to 1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 68
Karl Fulves Getaway IV sleeving a coin under cover of a dollar bill
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 69
Karl Fulves Cigarette Paper to Cigarette crumpled up cigarette changes into cigarette when snapped onto a bill à la egg on fan
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 69
Karl Fulves Crypto Coins "Penny Papers", letters in an equation stand for letters or coins
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 70
Karl Fulves Tri Hex "Penny Papers", game with coins related to Tic Tac Toe
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 71
Karl Fulves Lincoln Up "Penny Papers", sucker bet of which side a bill with land
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 71
Karl Fulves References part four
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 72
Karl Fulves Moneytalks exploiting that copper and silver are hard to tell apart from a distance for visible transformation
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 73
Karl Fulves Zip Clip getting into rear thumb palm, using a playing card
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 76
Karl Fulves Remote Drop No. 4, glass on chair under table, bunch of coins on table, one penetrates into glass, posed as a problem
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 78
Karl Fulves Banker Broker four Aces on table, copper and silver coin placed under each, silver coins gather
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 79
Karl Fulves Progressive Coin Assembly suggestion, credit information
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 80
Karl Fulves Dime n' Penny dime and penny under bill, one vanishes, ungaffed, sleeving
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 81
Karl Fulves, J. W. Sarles Sarles Coin Fold No. 5, coin stolen while tearing paper up, posed as a problem
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 82
Karl Fulves Evaporation coin wrapped in dollar bill vanishes completely
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 83
Karl Fulves Not a Half "Penny Papers", twist on catch question "one of them is not a half dollar"
Inspired by 1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 85
Karl Fulves The Distance "Penny Papers", layout puzzle
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 85
Karl Fulves Blackmail "Penny Papers", coin pressed on spectator's forehead, not really there
Related to 1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 86
Karl Fulves Two Headed "Penny Papers", bet about head on both sides of a penny
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 86
Karl Fulves Triangle Solitaire "Penny Papers"
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 87
Karl Fulves Penny Hex "Penny Papers", layout puzzle
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 88
Karl Fulves Touch Four "Penny Papers", layout puzzle
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 88
Karl Fulves References part five
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 5) 89
Karl Fulves Moneytalks
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 90
Karl Fulves Catchbets No. 6, on bets in which the sneak solution does not work as expected
  • coin on strip of paper on edge of glass has to be put into glass
  • three coins in a row, some can be touched, some moved
  • tearing a strip of paper, one hand on each end, into three pieces, posed as a problem
Related to 1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 93
Karl Fulves Sudden Impact coin on table tapped with bottom of glass, penetrates inside
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 95
Karl Fulves Easy Backclip under cover of bill, coin appears from bill
Related to 1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 96
Karl Fulves Bic Flicker matchbox produced from dollar bill
Related to 1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 98
Karl Fulves Spellbox No. 7, posed as a problem:
(1) coin changes into small envelope à la spellbound, back and forth, coin in envelope
(2) spellbound changes with box and lid
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 99
Karl Fulves Voyager Ace to Four on table, coin travels from card to card
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 99
Karl Fulves The Brinks Job card folded in half in tent configuration and put in champagne glass, coin appears underneath, repeated, dollar bill from cards, then glass fills with coins, bulldog clip as holder
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 101
Karl Fulves Improbable "Penny Papers", probability question
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 104
Karl Fulves Another Quarter "Penny Papers", probability question about having another quarter
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 104
Karl Fulves Dates "Penny Papers", puzzle question about date on a bill
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 104
Karl Fulves Snow "Penny Papers", puzzle question about phrase on a bill, anagram
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 104
Karl Fulves Bard Stop "Penny Papers", board game with counters
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 105
Karl Fulves Two Heads "Penny Papers", layout puzzle with coins and a straight line
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 105
Karl Fulves References part six
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 6) 106
Karl Fulves Moneytalks coins vanish in bill or with sound effect, posed as problems, continued on p. 124
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 7) 107
Karl Fulves Pennies From Heaven spectator holds glass behind back and feels and hears coin land in it, yet glass is empty, no method
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 7) 107
Karl Fulves Coin in Sand invisible coin moves in sand, then appears under glass visibly, posed as problem
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 7) 107
Karl Fulves Clipper coin produced from bill, then matchbook from bill
Related to 1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 7) 114
Karl Fulves Ho Ho Coins No. 8, coins gather under credit cards, posed as a problem
Inspired by 1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 7) 116
Karl Fulves Eagle Exit coin vanishes from top of bill, slit
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 7) 117
Karl Fulves Extension technique for coin transfer from hand to hand behind bill
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 7) 119
Karl Fulves Nim "Penny Papers", on the game of Nim
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 7) 120
Piet Hein Tax Tix "Penny Papers", variation of game Nim
Related to 1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 7) 122
Karl Fulves Key & Scale "Penny Papers", bet questions on design of dollar bill
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 7) 123
Karl Fulves Gypsy Swindle "Penny Papers", swindle with dollar bill in handkerchief
1985 S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 7) 123
Larry Jennings Always Cut The Cards cards are cut into deck with spectator
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1986 The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings 1
Larry Jennings Optical Add-On
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1986 The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings 4
Larry Jennings Prefiguration impromptu
Related toVariations 1986 The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings 156
Philip T. Goldstein Astrologame game with zodiac cards and printed rules, signs revealed
Inspired by 1986 Amperthand 3
David Britland The Angel Card Rise cased deck, rubber band gimmick, faro loading
  • The Gimmick
  • Performance
  • Loading and Unloading the Gimmick
  • More Ideas
  • Final Notes
Related toVariations 1986 Angel Card Rise Plus 2
David Britland The Topological Angel card with folded corner
Related to 1986 Angel Card Rise Plus 15
Karl Fulves Introduction ideas based on riffle shuffle set-ups
1986 Color Capture 1
Karl Fulves The Diagonal Relationship after riffle shuffle spectator takes pairs, turns one over and guesses color of other card, performer is always right
1986 Color Capture 2
Karl Fulves Pristine after riffle shuffle pairs are dealt, all have matching colors
1986 Color Capture 6
Karl Fulves Nexto two positions in deck decided upon by spectator and performer, after riffle shuffle those positions are counted to and the prediction that one is of each color is verified
1986 Color Capture 7
Karl Fulves Memory Mix after riffle shuffle performer memorizes order, deck dealt into two heaps, performer announces number of matching color pairs in one heap
Related to 1986 Color Capture 8
Karl Fulves Chain of Events discussion of red-black pair relationship properties after riffle shuffle
1986 Color Capture 10
Karl Fulves Smart Modem twelve red and twelve black cards, cards shuffled and dealt into two heaps by spectator, paper slips with "match" and "no match" used to predict whether pairs match in color, with variations:
  • Smart Alek (getting some pairs wrong on purpose)
  • Which Colors? (predicting colors as well)
  • Machine Dream (incorporating money machine prop)
  • Read This First
1986 Color Capture 12
Karl Fulves Colorite after riffle shuffle and deal into two halves, performer divines color of top card of spectator's pile, repeated for all cards
1986 Color Capture 20
Karl Fulves Shuffle Diagrams pen and paper method for riffle shuffle
Related to 1986 Color Capture 21
Karl Fulves Formations way to write out result of riffle shuffle on paper
Related to 1986 Color Capture 23
Karl Fulves Scribble Shuffles way to write out possible results after riffle shuffle on paper
1986 Color Capture 26
Karl Fulves Reverse Riffle Shuffles
1986 Color Capture 27
Karl Fulves The 5-6-9-10 System discussion of riffle shuffle of alternating set-up
Related to 1986 Color Capture 28
Karl Fulves Roller Out using roller apparatus that changes blank paper to money for prediction
1986 Color Capture 29
Karl Fulves C-Color problem of reconstructing original stack after riffle shuffle, no solution
1986 Color Capture 30
Jack Yates Clue six spectators with cards and pens, one of them writes an X on his card behind performers back, those with red cards must speak truth, black must lie, performer finds different colored disc, murder game
Variations 1986 Clue and other Mysteries 51
Karl Fulves Introduction stating the problem: a deck is shuffled in any in and out sequence and from final order, a shuffling sequence is derived to return to the original order
Related to 1986 The Return Trip 1
Karl Fulves Least Totals six-card deck solution for problem in introduction
1986 The Return Trip 2
Karl Fulves Flotation Device another solution for problem in introduction
1986 The Return Trip 4
Karl Fulves Ring Diagrams
Related to 1986 The Return Trip 5
Karl Fulves A Catalog of Shuffles another solution for problem in introduction
1986 The Return Trip 6
Karl Fulves The Uniqueness Theory on the uniqueness of the order after a random in/out faro shuffle sequence
1986 The Return Trip 9
Karl Fulves Transpoker two poker hands, each Ace through Five in red and black, spectator names one of the values, performer shuffles the hands together and deals, named value is only odd-backed card in both hands, "transposition shuffle"
Related toVariations 1986 The Return Trip 11
Karl Fulves Time Bent Back what one knows about the last shuffle of an in/out faro shuffle sequence
1986 The Return Trip 13
Karl Fulves Separation Shuffles faro shuffle sequences that mix each half within itself, keeping them separated
Related to 1986 The Return Trip 14
Karl Fulves Singleton Shuffles "separation shuffles" that allow one card from both halves to transpose
1986 The Return Trip 16
Karl Fulves Transpoker II another method
Inspired by 1986 The Return Trip 17
Karl Fulves Transpoker III reverse faro method
Inspired byRelated to 1986 The Return Trip 18
Karl Fulves Mechanical Faro shaving the ends to make faros easier
Related to 1986 The Return Trip 20
Karl Fulves If Known another solution for problem in introduction if total number of shuffles is known
1986 The Return Trip 22
Karl Fulves Shuffle Diagrams
Related to 1986 The Return Trip 23
Karl Fulves The Stay Stak Constraint as stay stack features applies to problem in introduction
1986 The Return Trip 25
Karl Fulves Ring Subset
1986 The Return Trip 26
Karl Fulves How Many States?
1986 The Return Trip 27
Karl Fulves Primitive Cycles
Related to 1986 The Return Trip 28
Karl Fulves Basic Shuffle Equations how many shuffles it takes to get a deck back to original order
1986 The Return Trip 29
Karl Fulves Position Equations notation for faro shuffling
1986 The Return Trip 30
Karl Fulves Mix Relativity faro type from the point of view of the card
1986 The Return Trip 31
Karl Fulves Expanded Decks notation for faro shuffling
1986 The Return Trip 31
Karl Fulves Not in Descartes futile method of Cartesian notation
1986 The Return Trip 32
Karl Fulves Faro Trees "The faro tree gives a clear, unambiguous picture of what happens to the deck as it is shuffled."
1986 The Return Trip 33
Karl Fulves Introduction
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part I 1
Karl Fulves Rope Problem #1 - Elevator Ring rope loop, two rings on it, one jumps from one side of the rope to the other, posed as a problem
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part I 9
Karl Fulves Harness Hitch comment on a supposed slip knot
Related to
  • The Ashley Book of Knots
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part I 9
Karl Fulves Body Magic rope through body of performer
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part I 10
Karl Fulves Rope Problem #2 - Chinese Ropes two ropes, on over each shoulder, when one is pulled, the other moves up à la Chinese Sticks, posed as a problem
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part I 12
Karl Fulves Little One unequal ropes, knotted, knot slides to other end and back, one rope shrinks in process, performed at table
Inspired byRelated to 1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part I 15
Karl Fulves Merger two equal ropes, one shrinks, then back to original length and other one vanishes
Related to 1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part I 23
Karl Fulves Sliding Reference credit information on sliding knot
Related to
  • "The Sliding Knot" (Tom Hubbard, Ireland's Yearbook, 1969/70)
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part I 25
Karl Fulves Rope Problem #3 - Close-Up Sub Trunk watch in box with rope around it, spectator's watch borrowed, they change place, also as transposition with two odd-backed signed cards, posed as a problem
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part I 25
James G. Thompson Jr. Ricochet Ring "Bounding Bangle", ring on loop of rope, held between hands, ring jumps from lower strand to upper strand
Variations 1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part I 26
Karl Fulves Ricochet Knot rope knotted into loop, held between hands, knot jumps from lower strand to upper strand and then off
Inspired by 1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part I 28
Karl Fulves Rope Notes notes on rope effects, rope knot prediction in fortune cookies
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part II 29
Karl Fulves Living Room Version of Indian Rope Trick rope over door into another empty room, it is pulled immediately from other side, posed as a problem
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part II 29
Karl Fulves Rope Problem #4 - Scarecrow signed rope cut, both parts in both sleeves, it restores in jacked, one end them comes out of trousers, posed as a problem
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part II 34
Karl Fulves Here Spot lose knot tied, loop/circle comes off rope
Related toAlso published here 1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part II 37
Karl Fulves Rope Problem #5 - Book of Spells rope holds together book is cut, then restored, comedy presentation, posed as a problem
Related to 1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part II 40
Ronald J. Dayton Ring of Beauty effect by Karl Fulves, rope ring slid on rope, rope pulled, rope ring becomes smaller and then jumps off rope
Related to 1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part II 43
Dai Vernon, Sam Schwartz Vernon's Rope Puzzle performer ties his fingers up with rope, pulls, rope comes free, spectator cannot duplicate it
  • The Vernon Puzzle (Method #1)
  • Notes by Karl Fulves
  • The Vernon Puzzle (Method #2)
Related to 1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part II 46
Karl Fulves Cross Catch do-as-I-do with rope loop, tied around fingers
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part II 52
Karl Fulves Ropelets on gambling tricks with ropes
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part III 57
Karl Fulves Loophole betting game, loop in rope, becomes knot or not
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part III 59
Karl Fulves Gremlin Tube rope around cardboard tube, knot tied outside vanishes and appears inside tube
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part III 62
Karl Fulves Telepathic Tube rope tied around cardboard tube, it releases itself
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part III 65
Karl Fulves Wrap Around rope tied around cardboard tube, it releases itself
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part III 68
Karl Fulves Rope Problem #6 - Equality two unequal ropes become equal in a special way, posed as a problem
1986 Contemporary Rope Magic — Part III 70
David Britland Parallax card reverses while spectator holds it, with cut
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here Feb. 1986 The New Talon (Vol. 1 No. 1) 14
David Britland The Last Game multiphase routine
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here 1986 The New Talon (Vol. 1 No. 2) 20
Justin Higham Jacks Be Quick card on top of sandwich cards, trio pushed through deck (plunger), card now sandwiched
Inspired byRelated to Jan. 1986 The Card Man-uscript (Issue 3) 27
Philip T. Goldstein Traptych red Threes find selection, but selection is a red Three, sandwich cards change to black Threes
Inspired by Nov. 1986 Inside Out (Issue 1) 12
Larry Jennings Reversal Strip-Out Addition bottom cards reversed and added
Related to Jan. 1987 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 7 No. 1) 870
Jack Carpenter, Steve Freeman Four at Once variation on Freeman's (unpublished?) riffle shuffle display production
Related to Dec. 1987 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 10 No. 12) 1436
Karl Fulves Introduction
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 1
Karl Fulves Karl Fulves Notes on John Scarne's "Shuffle Control", combination with crimp
Related to 1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 5
Karl Fulves Any Named Ace any Ace is cut to in a shuffled deck, riffle cull
Inspired by 1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 6
Milton Tropp Tropp's Cop lapping method
Related to 1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 12
Karl Fulves Red Rider with reversed and color-separated halves
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 15
Karl Fulves Erdnase Blind Shuffles comments on Erdnase's full deck false riffle shuffles
Related to 1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 17
Karl Fulves False Shuffles chapter intro
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 17
Karl Fulves Karl Fulves Shuffle handling for partial table faro
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 27
Karl Fulves Commentary on False Riffle Shuffles
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 29
Karl Fulves Psi-Umph to solve the problem that two effects occur simulatenously, full deck set-up
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 30
Karl Fulves Shuffle Tricks chapter intro
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 30
Karl Fulves Two Shuffle Fix full deck stack
Inspired by 1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 33
Karl Fulves Shuttle Shuffle named card vanishes from deck in NPO, transfer shuffle from one half to the other
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 34
Karl Fulves Fadeout named card vanishes from deck in NPO
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 36
Karl Fulves Little Red's Blues named card reverses itself, half of the deck has secretly a different colored back
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 36
Karl Fulves Little Red Encore Brainwave deck is assembled with faro in front of audience
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 37
Karl Fulves Power of a kind slight effect variation
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 38
Karl Fulves Blue is the Color named card is predicted with odd-backed card
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 39
Karl Fulves, Al Baker Haunted thread
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 40
Karl Fulves Close Up Riser set-up with thread is done entirely on the table
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 42
Karl Fulves A Shuffle Approach set-up with thread is done on the table with riffle shuffle
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 45
Karl Fulves The Haunted Cut tabled set up
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 46
Karl Fulves The Hooked-Up Gambler: (A) Pk Aces multiple cards, posed as a problem
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 48
Karl Fulves (B) Jogged Thot thread method to make a back-jogged card any named card, posed as a problem
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 48
Karl Fulves (C) X-Up with named card, posed as a problem
1987 Riffle Shuffle Methods 48
Karl Fulves Heavy Mexican mexican turnover as table spread is turned over
Related to 1987 The Commercial Magic of J.C. Wagner 50
Karl Fulves Introduction
1987 Covenant 1
Karl Fulves Block of Eight spectator upjogs any four-of-a-kind, buried, then rises to top
1987 Covenant 2
Karl Fulves Inner Strip-Out Addition cards stripped out at inner end, can be upjogged by spectator himself
1987 Covenant 3
Karl Fulves Pocket Predict card placed in spectator's inside pocket, same card then comes from performer's pocket, spectator's pocket is empty
1987 Covenant 5
Karl Fulves Fake Pocket Placement palmed out again, spectator's inside pocket
1987 Covenant 5
Karl Fulves Breast Pocket Extraction card actually comes from left palm
1987 Covenant 6
Karl Fulves Uncut Version Aces on four piles, assembled, one riffle shuffle, Aces on top
  • Other Schemes
Inspired byRelated to
  • "You're the Gambler" (Precursor XV)
1987 Covenant 7
Karl Fulves Block Upjog Technique
1987 Covenant 7
Karl Fulves Powered Flip-Out as tabled spread is flipped over, a packet with selection on face jumps in other hand
1987 Covenant 11
Karl Fulves Khyber Pass non-sleight method of facing the pack
1987 Covenant 13
Karl Fulves Takedown two cards reverse in the deck, then they transpose
Inspired by 1987 Covenant 15
Karl Fulves Square Out lost card is spelled to, "Riffle Shuffle Control"
Related to 1987 Covenant 18
Karl Fulves RC Force Riffle Shuffle Control force from incomplete riffle shuffled deck
1987 Covenant 19
Karl Fulves Riffle Red Riffle Shuffle Control used to divide colors, as set-up for Judson/Brown's Telltale Color
1987 Covenant 23
Karl Fulves Hopskip card from one half travels to other
1987 Covenant 26
Karl Fulves Turnover Move
1987 Covenant 26
Karl Fulves Introduction
1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part One 1
Karl Fulves Helium glass covered with silk, pen or other items pushed in glass with silk shoot out again
Also published here 1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part One 2
Karl Fulves Liquid to Silk red silk arranged in glass to look like red juice
1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part One 3
Ken Allen Glass Suspension knife poked into handkerchief-covered glass causes glass to suspend on knife
Also published here 1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part One 4
Karl Fulves Bouncing Ball ball bounces by itself behind silk cover into glass, posed as problem
1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part One 6
Karl Fulves Fish Story two silks knotted together and ends kept in view, ring penetrates on center
1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part One 7
Karl Fulves Jinx Deck a red ace rises through handkerchief covered deck, then deck drops out leaving other red ace behind
Inspired byAlso published here 1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part One 13
Karl Fulves Holdup valuables vanish from folded handkerchief (ungaffed) and appear from paper bag
Related toAlso published here 1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part One 19
Karl Fulves Sigma Ring bracelet ring penetrates onto string with knotted ends
Inspired by
  • Peter Warlock and Jack Miller principle
Also published here
1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part One 22
Karl Fulves Half Thru pen penetrates borrowed handkerchief and is stuck halfway through
Also published here 1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part One 25
Karl Fulves Exit Coin marked coin penetrates down and up through handkerchief
Also published here 1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part One 28
Karl Fulves Thruway method for object through handkerchief
Also published here 1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part Two 31
Karl Fulves Billfold through Handkerchief wallet penetrates handkerchief but content is left behind
1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part Two 33
Karl Fulves Curio four coins held under handkerchief that is stretched by two spectators, named coin penetrates upwards with paper cover, two methods
Inspired by
  • Walter Schwartz (Cigam, 1931)
Also published here
1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part Two 34
Karl Fulves Blindfold Idea face painted on silk
1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part Two 38
Karl Fulves, Slydini Dissolvo two silks tied together untie in glass
Also published here 1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part Two 39
Karl Fulves Ghost in Silk bag formed with handkerchief, animation inside, posed as problem
1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part Two 44
Karl Fulves Q-dini performer's wrists knotted with handkerchief, he turns and he's free, then knotted again
Inspired by
  • item in Martin Gardner's "Encyclopedia of Impromptu Magic"
Related toAlso published here
1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part Two 45
Karl Fulves Growing Bottle small bottle with penny placed in handkerchief grows larger, posed as problem
1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part Two 49
Karl Fulves Jiggle Hank spectator and performer initial corner of a handkerchief each, initial transpose
Also published here 1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part Two 50
Karl Fulves Signature Transpo Credit Information odd-backed, only credit information
Related to 1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part Two 53
Karl Fulves 4-Card Brainwave Aces in handkerchief folded to bag, named one is turned over, posed as problem
1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part Two 54
Karl Fulves Black Belt silk initialed and mixed with other silks, tossed up and signed one caught with belt à la card sword, suggestion with other objects
1987 Contemporary Handkerchief Magic — Part Two 55
Stephen Minch Unbalanced two black cards on table, four red cards in spectator's hand, one red card moved to black pile, now four red cards on table and black in spectator's hand
Inspired byAlso published here
  • Linking Ring Parade, July 1981
1987 The Three Faces of Steve 4
Peter Duffie An Optical Departure
Inspired by 1987 Inspirations 88
David Britland Alchemy four red cards change one by one to black cards, always one red card placed between two black cards
Inspired by May 1987 The New Talon (Vol. 1 No. 3) 75
Karl Fulves Session - 1 on the get-togethers in J. W. Sarles's home
1987 Secret Session — Part One 1
Karl Fulves Even Further credit information, with shuffling strategy
1987 Secret Session — Part One 2
Karl Fulves Faro Slough-Off Stacking simple two-handed stacking
1987 Secret Session — Part One 6
Karl Fulves Backup card appears at right angles between two sandwich cards
Related to 1987 Secret Session — Part One 7
Karl Fulves Back Palming from Deck with further uses on p. 10, transfer to right-hand palm
1987 Secret Session — Part One 8
Karl Fulves Hangout deck face up on table, spectators cut anywhere and remember cards while the magician's back is turned, located
1987 Secret Session — Part One 11
Karl Fulves Ability Palm instant palm into right-hand flat or rear palm
1987 Secret Session — Part One 13
Karl Fulves Cards Jumping from Mug effect description, seen from an unnamed magician, posed as a problem
1987 Secret Session — Part One 15
Karl Fulves Spin Cut onto Table description, seen from an unnamed magician, posed as a problem
1987 Secret Session — Part One 15
Karl Fulves Faster Draw hand upjogged, stripped out and put on top, two hands dealt and the upjogged hand is in one of the hands, upjogging doubles
Related to 1987 Secret Session — Part One 16
Karl Fulves Follow Up four quartets
Related to 1987 Secret Session — Part One 18
Karl Fulves Ladderless Cut
1987 Secret Session — Part One 21
Karl Fulves Pivot Cuts
1987 Secret Session — Part One 23
Karl Fulves True-False Cut true cut that looks false, tabled
1987 Secret Session — Part One 25
Karl Fulves Cross Cut Routine false cuts demonstrated, black Aces put on top and bottom, false cut done, now red Aces are on top and bottom and black Aces are found ten cards down from face
1987 Secret Session — Part One 27
Karl Fulves Session - 2 on using confederates
1987 Secret Session — Part Two 30
Karl Fulves Point of Conversion Ace of Diamonds put in center, it comes to top with the Two of Diamonds underneath which is tabled, repeated and Ace brings Three to Five to top as well, then Ace of Spades is on top and the tabled Diamonds change to Royal Flush cards
1987 Secret Session — Part Two 31
Karl Fulves Center Pull-Out second and third card pulled out and turned over as one, second deal double lift
Related to 1987 Secret Session — Part Two 32
Karl Fulves Repeat to Pocket card lost, card taken from pocket, claimed it is wrong and lost, another card taken from pocket without showing, spectator says the first card was his selection, new card is also it
1987 Secret Session — Part Two 35
Edward Marlo, Karl Fulves Misdirection Palm Handling uncredited, vague credit to Hugard's Magic Monthly
1987 Secret Session — Part Two 35
Karl Fulves Black on Black two cards peeked at and seen to be clumsily loaded into right pocket, they vanishes yet are now in left pocket, then deck vanishes except two selections
1987 Secret Session — Part Two 37
J. W. Sarles Uncut Aces deck cut into four piles, Ace placed on each, deck assembled, Aces shown on top
Variations 1987 Secret Session — Part Two 42
Karl Fulves Dial A Card four cards, spectator choses one that is turned over, packet placed aside, another four-card packet taken, the very same card is turned over in this one and the reversed card in spectator's packet has changed into another one
1987 Secret Session — Part Two 43
Karl Fulves Biddle Switch Method packet with reversed card counted from deck into left hand, one card switched
1987 Secret Session — Part Two 43
Karl Fulves Steal from Packet card palmed out of poker hand or small packet into left thumb clip
1987 Secret Session — Part Two 45
Karl Fulves Imp Reverse deck covered with handkerchief, any card named is reversed
1987 Secret Session — Part Two 47
Eric F. Impey In Reverse center reversal during Charlier Cut
Related toAlso published here 1987 Secret Session — Part Two 47
Karl Fulves Rapid Ink hinge type
Inspired by 1987 Secret Session — Part Two 49
Karl Fulves Fast Hustle intro to four-part routine
1987 Secret Session — Part Two 52
Karl Fulves Within An Ace No. 1, Aces cut to, they show up face up
Related to 1987 Secret Session — Part Two 52
Karl Fulves Shifting Center No. 2, card counting presentation
1987 Secret Session — Part Two 54
Karl Fulves Flapjack No. 3, blackjack hands produced as follow-up to last trick
1987 Secret Session — Part Two 56
Karl Fulves Accelerated Draw No. 4, two Blackjack hands from last trick put on deck, two hands dealt, Full House for spectator and Royal Flush for performer
1987 Secret Session — Part Two 57
Karl Fulves Session - 3 on illustrating Expert Card Technique, Erdnase, Joseph K. Schmidt, Don Nielsen, J. W. Sarles, Dave Jensen, T. Gambo, Victor LInk
1987 Secret Session — Part Three 59
Karl Fulves Non-Adjustable 10 Ace, Four and Five, then cards are removed, always add up to ten
Related to 1987 Secret Session — Part Three 60
Karl Fulves Snake Oil opener in which spring snake is shown in can, then only peanuts are inside
Inspired by 1987 Secret Session — Part Three 63
Karl Fulves Card Is Cigarette with signed card, four methods
Related to 1987 Secret Session — Part Three 64
Karl Fulves Cigarette Switch
1987 Secret Session — Part Three 68
Karl Fulves One Hand Bandit card cut to bottom comes back to top, one-handed
1987 Secret Session — Part Three 70
Karl Fulves One-Handed Double Flip-Over
1987 Secret Session — Part Three 71
Karl Fulves Turnabout eight picture cards shown, mixed face-up and face-down, two hands dealt, magician gets four face-down cards, they change to Aces
1987 Secret Session — Part Three 73
Karl Fulves Fake Turnover
Related to 1987 Secret Session — Part Three 73
Karl Fulves Palm Reverse card from right-hand palm pulled reversed under deck with left fingers, then optionally back into right palm
1987 Secret Session — Part Three 75
Karl Fulves Double Erdnase face card openly out-jogged, both visible cards change, Erdnase first transformation
1987 Secret Session — Part Three 76
Karl Fulves Visible Spread Color Change deck spread face-down on table, card waved over spread and spread visibly changes back color, or single card turns over or changes in middle of spread, posed as a problem
1987 Secret Session — Part Three 80
Karl Fulves Star Cross out-of-hand one-way reversal, one-way faces or one-way crimp
Related to 1987 Secret Session — Part Three 81
Karl Fulves One-Way Crimp impromptu one-way deck
1987 Secret Session — Part Three 83
Karl Fulves Cut Above cutting at a crimp one-handed, Charlier
1987 Secret Session — Part Three 87
Jim Patton A Case of A-Band-Ment rubber band around cased deck, it vanishes, deck removed and rubber band found around selection in deck, two methods
Inspired byVariations 1987 Riffling the Pasteboards — Again! 69
Justin Higham Jacks Be Quick card on top of sandwich cards, trio pushed through deck (plunger), card now sandwiched
  • Second Method
Inspired byRelated to 1987 Inside Out (Issue 2) 11
Edward Marlo A Worthwhile Conclusion sandwich cards in center out-jogged, selection placed on top and squared, sandwich cards pushed through and selection comes out face up and sandwiched
Inspired by 1987 Inside Out (Issue 2) 12
Philip T. Goldstein Public Image cards are sandwiched between two double-blank cards one by one and become blank as well, then whole deck becomes blank
Inspired by
  • "The Image Takers" (Justin Higham, Precursor XIV, Jan. 1987)
Related toVariations
1987 Inside Out (Issue 2) 13
Bob Farmer Stacked Deck Version spectator thinks of a card from half the deck, performer makes some statements and bets money, then five cards are put on table, spectator's card is among them and the other cards complete a good poker hand
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1987/1988 Tsunami 2
Karl Fulves Side by Side selection turns over in similar place in another deck
1988 The Cervon File 167
Dai Vernon, Alex Elmsley The Rendezvous Force mathematical force, Penelope's Principle with Klondike instead of faro shuffle
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1988 The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 2 119
Dai Vernon Why am I Here? card found by counting down three times to apparently random values
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1988 The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 2 122
Gary Kurtz The Unidirectional Turnover "Unidirerctional"
Related to 1988 Continuations ... Departures 2 9
Mark Lefler Topless topless performer with a coat, shirt appears
Related to 1988 The Trapdoor — Volume One (Issue 24) 405
Karl Fulves Inch By Inch "diminishing force", card from end is eliminated every time an item is placed on tabled spread
Inspired by
  • "Synonymental" (Ed Mellon, first phase)
Variations
1988 The Chronicles (Issue 31) 1369
Karl Fulves Clocking The Deck clock layout on table, made smaller and smaller via elimination, Blackjack remains
Inspired by 1988 The Chronicles (Issue 31) 1369
Karl Fulves Dealdown four perfect blackjacks produced
Related to 1988 The Chronicles (Issue 31) 1370
Karl Fulves Speedo spectator choses a player by removing a small number of cards, this player gets the four Aces
1988 The Chronicles (Issue 31) 1371
Roy Walton Because It Was There "Riffle Aces"
Related to 1988 The Chronicles (Issue 31) 1373
Karl Fulves Noops! two spoons, one bent, condition reverses and other spoon is bent now
1988 The Chronicles (Issue 31) 1374
Stewart James 3 Little Words
  • Two Pile Lie Speller: The Roots
  • Two Pile Lie Speller: The Trick
Related to 1988 The Chronicles (Issue 32) 1379
Karl Fulves Over Easy without shuffle, with four Royal Flushes
1988 The Chronicles (Issue 32) 1381
Karl Fulves, Charles R. Brush Curiosities two cannon balls materialize in fish tank
Also published here
  • "Baffles Appearing Cannon Ball" (The Sphinx, May 1925)
1988 The Chronicles (Issue 33) 1394
Frank Cleaver Block Off block with hole slid in box, fixed with wand, it slides free
Related to 1988 The Chronicles (Issue 34) 1400
Karl Fulves Rope Work knot effects
  • Overtime Ending
1988 The Chronicles (Issue 34) 1401
Karl Fulves Cloverleaf Bet "On the Barrelhead", three loops formed from rope
1988 The Chronicles (Issue 34) 1402
Karl Fulves Psykick
Inspired byVariations 1988 The Chronicles (Issue 34) 1404
Karl Fulves R5B5 five black and five red cards, card selected from each, they end up being in the opposite packet
1988 The Chronicles (Issue 35) 1407
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
1988 The Chronicles (Issue 35) 1412
Karl Fulves Tri Thot
1988 The Chronicles (Issue 35) 1413
Father Cyprian Reflection originally titled "Through the Looking Glass"
mirror-backed Queen inserted in deck, reflection of the card next to it noted, it vanishes, the Queen is now in wallet and the mirror-card is the selection
Related to 1988 The Chronicles (Issue 36) 1417
Karl Fulves Chronologue final issue
1988 The Chronicles (Issue 36) 1424
Karl Fulves Interlocutor - 47 on the last six issues
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 185
Karl Fulves Howard Lyons on his death and Ibidem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 185
Karl Fulves La La line from song chosen, cut up in individual words and one of those chosen and predicted
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 186
Karl Fulves Kcab! Kcab! on songs that may have hidden meaning when played in reverse
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 187
Karl Fulves Eventual Ace Cutting spectator cuts to Ten, then to a Jack and first Ten becomes Jack, then to a Queen and first two cards become Queens, and so on, posed as problem
Variations 1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 187
Karl Fulves 3 Vues anonymous show reviews on Roger Crosthwaite and Paul Stone
Related to 1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 188
Karl Fulves Idle Chatter chattering teeth "chews" too long card down to size or other things, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 188
Karl Fulves Think Tank layout with battlefield weapons, spectator moves around according to rules, final position predicted
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 189
Karl Fulves Unsolved Problems intro
Related to 1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 191
Karl Fulves Who Knocks? door knob slid to other side of door and door opened, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 191
Karl Fulves Card Counter two Twos, one put away, he now has three Threes, repeated with Fours, then Royal Flush, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 191
Karl Fulves NNNO spectator types row of Ns and one O on typewriter, performer pushes pin through O behind his back, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 191
Karl Fulves TVisual pulling pack of cigarette out of screen, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 191
Karl Fulves Pieces of Eight four Twos transform into a big Eight, card blendo, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 192
Karl Fulves The Parting tabled spread, both hands on the ends, they move apart and spread parts in center to reveal face-up selection, Aces or Royal Flush kicker, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 192
Karl Fulves Plan 9 performer holds sheet in front of him, shoes change place when sheet is slightly lifted, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 192
Karl Fulves Jumbled word puzzle with jumbled letters
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 193
Karl Fulves Catch Q's two catch questions
Related to 1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 193
Karl Fulves Trick Titles
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 193
Karl Fulves Reagans & Astrology on the Reagans consulting an astrologer
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 194
Karl Fulves Non-Working Trix #1 B'Wave version in which cards are set-up in a box in a configuration so they can be made to fall into correct face-up/face-down state
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 47) 198
Karl Fulves No Joke on the structure of magic tricks and jokes
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 199
Karl Fulves Escalate
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 200
Karl Fulves Unsolved Problems person from phone book chosen, that instant the phone rings an it is this person, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 202
Karl Fulves Ma Bell's Secret phone string is cut open and shown that a string is inside, restored, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 202
Karl Fulves Say Ah pinwheel near phone spins via breathing of person on other side, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 202
Karl Fulves Phone In numbers by people who are randomly phoned add up to previous named number, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 202
Karl Fulves Byte Million number chosen from programmable calculator predicted, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 203
Karl Fulves Voodoo Sonic cards with figures on them and an X on some body part, one chosen, performer steps forward with huge plaster/band-aid on that body part, posed as problem
Inspired by
  • "Supersonic Card Prediction" (Jaks)
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 203
Karl Fulves Racketeer tennis racket without strings used to strike ball, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 203
Karl Fulves Python Monte bent corner idea, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 204
Karl Fulves Ace Glue four dabs of "ace glue" put on jacket, jumbo cards sprung on performer, Aces glue on jacket, posed as problem
  • Version-X, with named four-of-a-kind, then igloo crashes on stage (!)
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 204
Karl Fulves Standouts list of four great effects
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 204
Karl Fulves On Ken Beale
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 204
Karl Fulves What From Whom various credit information
  • "Parallax" (David Britland, New Talon #1)
  • "Angel Card Rise" (David Britland)
  • "Dollar Con" (Terri Rogers)
  • "Moon Rock" Rip Off (Sid Lorraine)
  • Marlo Move in New Tops, June '85
  • "Double Vanish & Recovery"
  • "BoTop Change"
  • "Immediate Bottom Placement"
Related to 1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 205
Karl Fulves More Petals solution
Inspired by 1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 210
Karl Fulves Titles
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 211
Karl Fulves Two Gags
  • book with spells
  • blank card with message
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 211
Karl Fulves Betcha adding digits on coin
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 211
Karl Fulves Non-Working Trix #2 symbols on pad of paper, covered with paper with hole, performer divines which symbol is visible through hole, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 212
Karl Fulves Scratch crack appears in glass and vanishes
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 48) 212
Karl Fulves Interlocutor - 49 on self-working magic and book titles, "The Magic of Matt Schulien", response to Phil Wilmarth Linking Ring column
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 213
Karl Fulves Academy of Magical Arts Awards Literary Fellowship for Fulves
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 215
Karl Fulves Mouths of Babes easily obtaining knowledge about random things
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 215
Karl Fulves The Greatest Muhammed Ali doing magic tricks, with newspaper clipping
Related to 1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 216
Karl Fulves Good Books Swapped magic books swapped with bibles by mistake
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 216
Karl Fulves Last Lines joke from Stewart James about Ralph Read and Rufus Steele
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 216
Karl Fulves Little Casino four blackjack hands, Aces all vanish and reappear under stack of chips, asymmetric Ace Assembly, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 217
Karl Fulves Go Directly chink-a-chink with monopoly houses that change into hotel, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 217
Karl Fulves Moving Finger outline of hand follows what hand does, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 217
Karl Fulves Ironclad gag card rise in which stapler is connected with thread to deck, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 217
Karl Fulves Karate Klip trick with stapler and paper, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 218
Karl Fulves Staple Diet two cards stapled together, staple travels to another card, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 218
Karl Fulves Resist electrical circuit problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 218
Karl Fulves Time Machine rubber band around case, card inserted in band and flicked forward, it changes, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 218
R. K. Miller Red Limit 2&2, two reds and two blacks mixed, they all change to black, repeated with another set of red and black cards
Inspired by 1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 219
Karl Fulves What From Whom various credit information
  • Double Double Lift in Hamman's Flash Poker
  • Flash Change
  • Omega Count
  • Block Transfer in Vernon's Revelations
Related to 1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 221
Karl Fulves Moving Hand Writes on signature forgery in magic books
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 222
Karl Fulves Non-Working Trix #3 several cards torn in half and paper-clipped together, chosen pair is put in glass and restores
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 49) 226
Karl Fulves Lifelike connections between natural acting and magic tricks, magic on film
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 227
Karl Fulves In The USA predicting a city that is selected from a map
Related to
  • State flower/bird prediction in New Pentagram, Apr. 1987
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 228
Karl Fulves Curse In A Purse blank key changes into key that opens chosen lock, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 229
Karl Fulves Letter Perfect prediction visible under clear glass changes when glass is removed, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 229
Karl Fulves Pin Up invisible pin hammered in table, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 229
Karl Fulves Round Up close-up case similar to luggage carrousel at airport, gags, idea
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 229
Karl Fulves Spinoff a Six spins on table and changes to a Five, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 230
Karl Fulves Iron Curtain joker at right angles in deck, stapler brought down on deck, selection now stapled to joker, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 230
Karl Fulves Lift Off deck upright, first finger on edge moved up, poker hand moves along in ladder configuration, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 230
Karl Fulves Trade In Draw fifteen card poker deal, three hands, spectator can trade, performer still wins, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 230
Karl Fulves Jumbo card rises up, when pushed down it turns out that it is longer than the deck, posed as problem
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 230
Karl Fulves Quigong Quashed comment on psychics in Beijing
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 231
Karl Fulves, Patrick Page, Peter Warlock John Ramsay Quote quotes on John Ramsay, Dai Vernon
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 231
Karl Fulves Marketable idea for jigsaw puzzle with cards
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 232
Karl Fulves Trick Titles
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 232
Karl Fulves What From Whom credit discussions, Bill Wisch
1988 Interlocutor (Issue 50) 237