An incredible stack that was worked out by hand at a time when computers were not available. The experts were impressed:
"In actual play, that would get the money." - Dai Vernon
"... the best stack since Rusduck's. - Ross Bertram
"... interesting and has possibilities at the gaming table." - Faucett Ross
"... Ned, you've come across a real gem, don't tip it." - Orville Meyer
"Vernon should see this." - Francis Carlyle
The spectator takes a shuffled deck. The spectator makes a choice of the type of poker to be played:
- Straight Poker
- Stud Poker ( 5 – 6 – or 7 card)
- Draw Poker
The spectator chooses the number of hands in the game (2 – 3 – 4 – or 5 hands). The spectator deals the cards.
The spectator turns up the Magician's hand, (the magician never touches the cards) and the magician always wins!
1st edition 1978; PDF 24 pages.
word count: 5774 which is equivalent to 23 standard pages of text