This is also included in Knocked For Six.
You remove the two Jokers and three indifferent cards from the deck so the spectator can't choose them. You write three predictions on your business cards. Then, the spectator cuts to three cards. He chooses to place one of them between the Jokers, another one among the three indifferent cards whereas the last one is reversed into the deck. The predictions match all the spectator's cards and choices!
Excerpts from a few Magic Cafe reviews:
"This prediction will make the spectator think that you can predict the future. I tried this on my wife, and she was completely baffled."
"Raphael's inspiration for this trick was Jay Sankey's "Hide, Keep, and Give away". I really liked Sankey's version, and I think Triple Success is just as good."
"This one is a sure-footed baffler. Everything flows smoothly. Impromptu. Very good trick."
1st edition 2017, 4 pages.
word count: 1087 which is equivalent to 4 standard pages of text