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10 Exact Cuts

Trick by Henry Evans
\$45.00 In stock - very few available. Order in the next 3 hours, 10 minutes and it will go out today!

# 10 Exact Cuts

## Trick by Henry Evans(\$45.00)

In stock - very few available. Order in the next 3 hours, 10 minutes and it will go out today!

A spectator shuffles a deck of cards and another spectator simply names any of the four suits. The magician retrieves the pack and then quickly cuts it into 10 piles. Amazingly, the first packet is counted and found to contain just one card! The second packet contains two cards, the third three cards and so on, all the way through to the last packet containing exactly 10 cards!

The top card of each packet is then turned over (remember the deck was shuffled by a spectator at the beginning), and assuming that the spectator chose Spades as the suit, the first card is the Ace of Spades. The card on top of the second packet is the Two of Spades, on top of the third packet is the Three of Spades and so on all the way through the rest of the packets!

The Ace through Ten of Spades are then set aside and the deck is reassembled. The Jack of Spades is then found on top of the deck and the Queen and King of Spades are found on the bottom!

The deck is then cut again, this time into three piles which are shown to each contain the thirteen cards of the remaining suits, in numerical order!

Comes complete with the necessary deck of Bicycle cards and detailed instructions.

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Rick asks: In 10 Exact Cuts, how is the magician shuffling the cards at the top of the trick? Are they false shuffles? (I just bought the trick, however since the instructions are solely on PDF and there is no video, I’m forced to try and figure out some things that just aren’t covered on the instruction sheet.) Any advice? Rick Cleveland

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