Aware: A participant draws/writes a free thought on a card and without ever coming in direct contact (that's what the audience thinks) you know exactly what has been drawn/written.
B4C: The classic plot of confabulation made compact to fit in a wallet.
ConFab: Squeezed B4C, so that it becomes easy.
Drawing D: An impromptu drawing duplication.
Q: What is Bi-fold Mentalism?
A: It's a term Abhinav Bothra came up with for mentalism that can be performed with a bi-fold wallet.
Q: Do these allow handing out business cards?
A: Yes, all of them are perfect excuses to hand out business cards and none of them require gimmicks.
Q: Close-up or parlor or stage?
A: Abhinav Bothra prefers using these in close-up situations and suggests to keep it that way.
Q: I am a female; can I use these?
A: Although these are designed to be used for a men's bi-fold wallet, B4C and ConFab can be tweaked a little for women's clutches.
Q: How hard are the tricks explained in here?
A: In technical aspects: Aware and B4C is intermediate, ConFab is easy, and Drawing D is advanced.