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Anyone know of this effect?
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The inspiration for this came from David Regal’s Deep Guilt Aces. I use it as an experiment to determine how psychic the spectators are. Before you chalk this up to “another ace cutting trick”, take a look at the features. No rough/smooth. No short cards. No long cards. No thick cards. No memorization. No sleight-of-hand. No “messing with the deck” after each cut. When the spectator cuts the cards, neatness doesn’t count. You never miss, and, best of all, this trick is totally self-working!

In effect, a shuffled deck is placed before a spectator. The spectator cuts the deck into approximately four, equal piles. The top card on each pile is turned face up. However, they are not, as expected, the aces. They are, in fact, indifferent cards. You tell the spectators that those are “Indicator Cards”. Each card tells you where the aces are in the pile. Lets say the first pile’s card is a 5. You count down 5 cards from the top of that pile, and the last card on the count proves to be the 1st ace. This is done with the other three piles with each ace turning up after the counts.

Hope this helps.

David Smile

This can also be found in Maximum Mind Control. Smile
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