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The main benefit of this particular system is that only two consecutive cards need to be picked (instead of four, five or six cards as in other systems) and they can be easily read from 20 ft away and you can use your favorite stack!

With the below octo-based wrapping deBruijn each card will have three binary bits to express a value of 0 through 7 ie: 111 means seven, 110 means 6, 101 means five ... 000 means zero.

Therefore I propose using a bicycle rider back deck and your favorite stack and apply the below octo-based numbers to mark the back of each card in your stack.

Below is the 2 card octo-based wrapping deBruijn I have created:

0011223344556677
20304050607
1314151617
32124252627
4657

The above is the octo-based debruin to apply to your stack.

See the below link for a more complete description:

https://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/view......orum=205

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glowball
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Oops, above I see 12 in two places, let's see if I can fix that by making some changes in the last three lines:

0011223344556677
20304050607
1314151617
32764252624
3657

I think the above is perfect IE no duplicate two numbers.
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