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Daniel Ulzen
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Yesterday I made my first Al Koran Forcing Deck out of seven decks, following this very good tutorial:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62MiHz0GTds

The order described there is from the top card to the bottom card: 5 different cards, then always alternating between a forcing card and a different card, ending with a forcing card. Thus the lowest card is a forcing card. Is this a disadvantage in practice, because the spectators may perceive and remember the lowest card more intensively than the other cards when showing the deck at the beginning? And the spectators then sometimes wonder that the card they have chosen is the same card as the bottom card from the beginning? Should the bottom card therefore better be a different card? But then, in practice, is there a risk that a spectator chooses the last card and then you have no prediction for it? I underdtand that the problem described here is probably very, very small in reality, but anyway I wonder what would be better. Thanx in advance!
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