Exact Placement

This idea enables one to place the top card into the exact position indicated by the value of any card, that happens to be at the bottom of the deck, through the use of the Left Over Bottom Faro.

1. As an example, suppose you have just controlled a selected card to the top of the deck.

2. Next, glimpse the bottom card. Suppose it is a ten spot.

3. Break down the value of 10 into half which is 5. Then break down the 5 into half and use the larger half or 3. Break down the 3 into half again using the larger half or 2.

4. The value of 2 is always your est number; therefore, due to the call culations in Step 3, you have arrived alt values of 2-3-5-10.

5. The even values represent IE Shuffles and the odd values represem Out Shuffles. The bottom card must to retained during these shuffles.

6. With the selection on top and your first value a 2, you know you must do an In Shuffle while retaining the bottom card to bring top selection to second from the top.

7. An Out Shuffle now will bring tk top card into the third or odd value of3 from the top.

8. Another Out Shuffle will bring the selected card into the 5th position from top.

9. As the indicator card is an even value of 10, it is obvious that you must do an In Shuffle to bring selection to that position.

10. The bottom card can now be shown and its value called to attention or it may be cut to the top, then dealt face up as its value is noted. In either case point out that the tenth card, not including the indicator, will be the selected card.

This system of calculation can to used not only on any indicator but for any number and as an example, let ui take 15.

12. Half of 15 is 8 or the larger half always. Half of 8 is 4. Half of 4 is 2. Thus your numbers are 2-4-8-15 representing three In Shuffles and one Out: Shuffle.

In Faro Fooler # 11 is given not only an effect but an example of how the Exact


Placement is used for both top and bot-tomcardssimultaneously.

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