1. Here is a detail for the ending of the straight-flush demonstration (p. 50). Once you're done with the procedure given (two straight flushes have already turned up: one the Five through Nine of Clubs, the other a royal flush in spades), the first player draws a card and you do a second deal to give him the 9*. completing another flush.
The drawn card (the 9») could also be dealt after having revealed the first straight flush (in clubs) and before showing the royal flush, wh.ch should be the climax—although, if you study Note 17 below, you w.ll discover how to achieve further climaxes in crescendo.
2. Here is another method for dealing four Queens (p. 49) without using a Zarrow shuffle. With the cards in hand, cut the Q* to the bottom. Get a break under the 9* (thirteenth from the top) and ^Uher under the 9* (fifth from the bottom). Cut the thirtee^aniup^rpackrttc the table, then cut all the cards above the remaining break onto th^e and finally put the las, four cards on Jp hands of four cards each-the second hand face up tc g
Queens. Reverse the procedure to reset the ^^^ face down under the other four cards, and then g.vmg those e.ght
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