After a series of fair shuffles, a deck is spread and committed to memory by the performer. A
spectator removes one card from the deck and places it in a different part of the spread. The performer
correctly identifies both the selected card and the position it was moved from. This can be repeated
Phase 2: The spectator chooses any suit, and without looking, the performer is able to call out the
correct order of cards from the shuffled suit as the deck dealt out.
Phase 3: With the deck remaining in the spectators hands, they name any number and the performer
is able to name the card located at that number.
[Note: This routine does require the use of two faro shuffles, one with a half deck, a second with a full deck.]
1st edition 2015, 10 pages.
word count: 3241 which is equivalent to 12 standard pages of text