Karl Fulves uses the pennames Ralph Gironda, Robert (Bob) Hess, Tony Cole, Aaron Wainer, Ben Christopher, Peter Alexis, Alan Brown, Jack Posetary, Robert Ellenwold, John Agra, Ian Mikby, Francis J. Baker, Sam Lebeoff, Lou Borin, Mike Morhman, B. B. Koch, Art Spring, K. Yost, Arthur Hill, Len Gardner, Charles Brent, Neal Thomas, John Taylor, Brian Jordan, Ned Powers, David Moore, Jack Hara, W. Mason, Ed Thiele, Charles Ostin, Ed Ryan, Bill Fleischman, Bob Paul.
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|4th quarter \n card torn in four pieces, one given to spectator, others put in deck but one remains visible, it is pulled out and card is restored attached to it \n jack hara \n staple condition \n karl fulves \n the three-corner card \n karl fulves 1970 the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Jack Hara||4th Quarter||Oct. 1970||The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 12)|
|staple condition \n odd-backed card pushed halfway into deck, stapler moved over deck, card stapled to selection \n karl fulves \n 4th quarter \n jack hara 1989 kaleidoscope Karl Fulves||Staple Condition||1989||Kaleidoscope|
|the three-corner card \n "unexplained" corner of selection torn off and put under case, remaining card signed on back, card put in deck so a part is protruding, prediction card with corner missing shown, it is signed on back and protruding part is now only corner which has vanished from under case, posed as a problem \n karl fulves \n 4th quarter \n jack hara 2012 prolix Karl Fulves||The Three-Corner Card||2012||Prolix (Issue 10)|