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Eric Richardson
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Hey,

I picked up Roberto Giobbi's TTTCBE (The Trick That Cannot Be Explained, A New Look) at The Session convention recently and I thought I'd share a little something about it: It is perfect for Aronson stack workers!

I won't go into details of the marketed effect, but there is a four way out prediction that involves the four sevens as the "prediction". In the Aronson stack the four sevens are distributed close together in the stack ( all within a fourteen card block). If you cut the KS to the bottom of the deck the sevens are nicely centralized. It is VERY easy to use Giobbi's method applied to the TTTCBE process to reach any of the four sevens when the deck is cut. TRY IT!

Eric
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Very nice, Eric! Smile Jan
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Great idea. Thanks
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Kind of works for Mnemonica as well if you say cut at the King of Clubs the 7's are then all pretty central within a 19 card block.
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