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jazzy snazzy
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I met a professional gambler who could do that. He never missed and could even bring any named card to the top instantly. I asked him how many cards he could control at once. He said "52".
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Hey all... I had a Cardini deck like 10 years ago and I can't find it anywhere... apparently "they" don't make 'em any more, and I can't remember the way it was set up... I know I could make one in about 5 minutes with a pair of scissors but *** I can't remember!!! Maybe it's bad form but could someone refresh my memory???? Argggghhhh!!! Thanks...
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Marc Oberon has a deck designed specifically for this. He has it when he lectures and it is really impressive but might not be for all magicians...
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Years ago I remember seeing Bruce Cervon perform an effect like this on an old tape, I don't remember the name of the effect or video. This method was done with a normal, shuffled deck.
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