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I like card tricks. The easiest one it to have someone picks a card. Then put it back on top of the deck. Then have them cut the cards, even twice. Then you go through the deck and find their card. They are amazed unless they know how you do it. Simply make a mental note of the bottom card then their card should be next to it.
There was a card trick that has always intrigued me. Called spell the cards. You separate out any suit of cards you like. Arrange them in a special order then. Remove a card from the top placing it on the bottom and say,"A", then another card from the top and put it on the bottom, say "C" then repeat say "E" and flip the top card laying it face down on the table and it is the "ACE". (or ONE works). Repeat this spelling all the cards through Q-U-E-E-N and the king is left.
Well this is an abbreviated version of that. Use the cards Ace to 10. Arrange the cards in that special order, WHICH YOU MUST DISCOVER. When the cards are arranged properly the first card is to be "A", and the second "B", the third "C" and so on. In this case 10 will be treated as if it is a zero.
Then the coordinates are North AI:DE.GHH West BE:HA.FHF
Pna or qbar jvgubhg n qrpx bs pneqf ohg vg'f uneq.
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