A question on terminology

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A question on terminology

Postby Guest » June 19th, 2002, 8:10 am

Greetings group!

I am new to this forum so I just thought I'd give an introductory "hello" to everyone.

Here goes-

"hello everyone".

okay, now-

I have a question on the 4 for 4 switch. I have heard it and "throwing the switch" used interchangeably. It is my understanding that the initial display position of the 4 cards is different in these two moves. Can someone please advise-

Thanks!

Pat

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Re: A question on terminology

Postby Edwin Corrie » June 22nd, 2002, 4:00 pm

Hi Pat,

I'm not too sure about the "4 for 4 switch", but "Throwing the Switch" was the name of a manuscript by John Mendoza describing a switch of four cards for four others, plus a couple of applications. I'm sure I have seen similar switches published elsewhere with slight variations in the handling, although unfortunately I don't have any precise references.

Not a very complete answer, but I hope it is of some help.

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Re: A question on terminology

Postby Pete McCabe » June 23rd, 2002, 12:31 am

There is a move called the "4 for Four" switch in Chris Kenner's "Out of Control." I


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