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Shyft
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There's a prediction trick with a stacked deck. The deck is split into 2 piles. One pile is flipped over and placed on the other pile. The watcher is then asked to grab a few cards and flip them over and put them back on the deck. They can do this as many times as they want with as many cards. Then the deck is split into 2 piles again, one with all the face up cards and one witht he face down. Then one pile is selected by the magician and the predictions are revealed. From memory there were 6-7 predictions along the lines of there will be 13 black cards, from that 9 will be clubs, 2 face cards, etc. Does this trick have a name?
S2000magician
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Sounds like a version of Simon Aronson's Shuffle-Bored.

If the predictions are printed on a piece of folded paper, and it is unfolded to reveal the predictions one at a time, then it's likely Paul Green's Jeopardy!, which is his presentation of Shuffle-Bored.
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And here is the perfect card Paul Green uses for JEOPARDY:

http://www.magicbycardmaker.com//mediapo......LE35.jpg
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