

glowball Regular user Nashville TN 200 Posts 
From a physical Tamariz deck this is how quickly and accurately to physically create a wrapping 52 card DeBruijn deck (assuming Hearts and Diamonds are binary "1"'s). Note that a spectator can initially cut this deck as many times as they wish then deal one card face down for himself and five more cards face down (one for each of his buddies). All 6 spectators peek at their cards without revealing them to anyone. The cards and deck can be hidden from the magician at all times. The magician asks a few simple questions then accurately names all 6 cards!
To perform the Leo Boudreau's "Eyes closed if you have a red card" trick with this wrapping de Bruijn deck you will also need a full crib sheet. Therefore during performance after each of the six spectators have their card in hand (and you know the octal pattern of the six cards by looking at the six spectators' eyes) I openly use a funny titled book named "ESP Made Easy" to look up the octal code crib sheet info. This gets a chuckle from the audience because they think I'm pulling their leg to get a laugh with such a funny titled book. There is no such book, I just bought a thin dollar book from Goodwill and created and printed my own simple title page and glued it on the front and glued the full crib sheet info on page 50. Below is the six step procedure to convert a Tamariz deck to this P7 DeBruijn 2626 (1s and 0s) deck. Normal Tamariz: 4C2H7D3C4H6DAS5H9S2SQH3DQC 8H6S5S9HKC2DJH3S8S6H10C5DKD 2C3H8D5CKSJD8C10SKHJC7S10HAD 4S7H4DAC9CJSQD7CQS10D6CAH9D Way ahead of performance time starting with above Tamariz deck: 1. move 3c4h (pos 45) to after QC (after pos 13). 2. move 10d from pos 49 to after the 9s (after pos 7). 3. move 3s8s from now pos 2223 to after 6c (after pos 50). 4. move the 4c (pos 1) to after the 8h (after pos 14). 5. move 2c (now pos 25) to after 4d (pos 40). 6. move 7s10h (pos 35,36) to after 4s (pos 38). Result Tamariz P7 wrapping de Bruijn deck (based on red cards are "1"s): 2h7d6dAs5h9s10d2sQh3dQc3c4h 8h4c6s5s9hKc2dJh6h10c5dKd3h 8d5cKsJd8c10sKhJcAd4s7s10h7h 4d2cAc9cJsQd7cQs6c3s8sAh9d P7 de Bruijn below based on P from TomasB (note that I'm specifying hearts and diamonds as binary "1" whereas clubs and spades are binary "0"): 1110101011001 1000101110111 1001001010011 1000010000011 Octal 2 digits (low bits first): Unsorted crib sheet for above: 72 is 2h7d6dAs5h9s 35 is 7d6dAs5h9s10d 52 is 6dAs5h9s10d2s 25 is As5h9s10d2sQh ... will finish above later note that 111010 translates to octal 72 (111 010) note that 110101 translates to octal 35 (110 101) note that 101010 translates to octal 52 (101 010) note that 010101 translates to octal 25 (010 101) and so on ... Sorted crib sheet for this coming soon. glowball yelnif 
glowball Regular user Nashville TN 200 Posts 
Here's the whole thing:
The effect: The magician gets 6 spectators on stage in a horizontal row. The magician "shuffles" a deck of cards and "cuts" deck a couple of times and hands deck to first spectator and the magician turns his back and instructs the first spectator: "Cut the deck several times and then deal 6 cards in a row (one card to yourself and one to the 5 other people) and look at your cards and remember them and then hide the deck and the six cards". The magician turns around and asks a few silly questions and then says "Concentrate on your card, I'm having trouble with the red cards, if your card is a heart or diamond then close your eyes and concentrate extra hard". The magician looks in his comical ESP book (or a secret crib sheet) and then names all six cards. See below. 4C2H7D3C4H6DAS5H9S2SQH3DQC 8H6S5S9HKC2DJH3S8S6H10C5DKD 2C3H8D5CKSJD8C10SKHJC7S10HAD 4S7H4DAC9CJSQD7CQS10D6CAH9D How to create this special P7 deck to do this trick: Way ahead of performance time starting with above Tamariz deck: 1. move 3c4h (pos 45) to after QC (after pos 13). 2. move 10d from pos 49 to after the 9s (after now pos 7). 3. move 3s8s from now pos 2223 to after 6c (after pos 50). 4. move the 4c (pos 1) to after the 8h (after pos 15). 5. move 2c (now pos 26) to after 4d (pos 41). 6. move 7s10h (pos 35,36) to after 4s (pos 38). Cut the 2h (one card) from the top to bottom (so you have a card different than the "tell tale" 9d and YOU know that this is NOT a pure Tamariz deck). Result Tamariz P7 red card wrapping de Bruijn deck: 7d6dAs5h9s10d2sQh3dQc3c4h8h 4c6s5s9hKc2dJh6h10c5dKd3h8d 5cKsJd8c10sKhJcAd4s7s10h7h4d 2cAc9cJsQd7cQs6c3s8sAh9d2h Note that you can NOT use this deck to do the Tamariz effects but you can do this Leo Boudreau's "Eyes Closed if Red Card" trick! Also it is easy to restore this deck back to Tamariz. Left two digits are octal (low bits first) first digit is 07. The second digit is also 07: Sorted crib sheet for Tamariz full 52 P7 deck (hearts and diamonds are de Bruijn "1" therefore if you know where the "1"s are among the six chosen cards then you can easily mentally construct the two digit octal code and look at the below crib sheet to know identity of all 6 chosen cards). Example: Spectator 1: eyes closed (binary "1") Spectator 2: eyes closed (binary "1") Spectator 3: eyes open (binary "0") Spectator 4: eyes closed (binary "1") Spectator 5: eyes open (binary "0") Spectator 6: eyes closed (binary "1") Therefore: the first three spectators are indicating 110 which is octal 3 the second three spectators are indicating 101 which is octal 5 You (the magician) look up code "35" below and you know that the six spectators have: 7d6dAs5h9s10d Sorted crib sheet for Tamariz full 52 P7 deck: 01=Ac9cJsQd7cQs 02=2cAc9cJsQd7c 04=7cQs6c3s8sAh 05=4c6s5s9hKc2d 06=Qs6c3s8sAh9d 07=6c3s8sAh9d2h 10=Qd7cQs6c3s8s 11=8d5cKsJd8c10s 12=8h4c6s5s9hKc 13=3dQc3c4h8h4c 14=4d2cAc9cJsQd 15=Jd8c10sKhJcAd 17=Ad4s7s10h7h4d 20=JsQd7cQs6c3s 21=10sKhJcAd4s7s 22=KsJd8c10sKhJc 23=9s10d2sQh3dQc 25=As5h9s10d2sQh 26=JcAd4s7s10h7h 27=5s9hKc2dJh6h 30=7h4d2cAc9cJs 32=3h8d5cKsJd8c 34=4h8h4c6s5s9h 35=7d6dAs5h9s10d 36=Qh3dQc3c4h8h 37=Jh6h10c5dKd3h 40=9cJsQd7cQs6c 41=Qc3c4h8h4c6s 42=8c10sKhJcAd4s 43=4s7s10h7h4d2c 44=5cKsJd8c10sKh 46=6s5s9hKc2dJh 47=3s8sAh9d2h7d 51=10d2sQh3dQc3c 52=6dAs5h9s10d2s 53=9hKc2dJh6h10c 54=KhJcAd4s7s10h 56=5h9s10d2sQh3d 57=6h10c5dKd3h8d 60=3c4h8h4c6s5s 61=7s10h7h4d2cAc 63=10c5dKd3h8d5c 64=2sQh3dQc3c4h 65=Kc2dJh6h10c5d 67=8sAh9d2h7d6d 70=10h7h4d2cAc9c 71=5dKd3h8d5cKs 72=2h7d6dAs5h9s 73=Ah9d2h7d6dAs 74=Kd3h8d5cKsJd 75=9d2h7d6dAs5h 76=2dJh6h10c5dKd To restore this P7 deck back to pure Tamariz: Restore the 2h from bottom of deck to top. Restore 7s10h to after Jc Restore 2c to after Kd Restore 4c to top of deck Restore 3s8s to after Jh Restore 10d to after Qs Restore 3c4h to after 7d Now you are back to pure Tamariz. glowball yelnif 
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