A deck of cards is genuinely shuffled by both the performer and a spectator, who then each select a card. These cards are lost back into the deck, which is, again, shuffled.
The magician announces that despite all the shuffling, he is convinced that the spectator's card is 'fourteenth' down from the top. He reveals the fourteenth card with a flourish - it IS the spectator's selection.
So far, so good. But here is where iCaan moves into miracle territory. The magician names their selection (let's say 'Three Of Clubs') and asks the spectator to guess at which numbered position this card lies in the deck.
Whatever their answer, the spectator is told to take the deck and deal down to that number. The magician DOES NOT touch the deck. Impossibly the magician's 'Three Of Clubs' is found at the exact number named by the spectator!
- The spectator can name ANY number, and iCaan will work
- No memory work required
- Includes three versions: James ultra clean original routine, an easier (almost self-working) handling without the Faro shuffle, and Liam Montier's special super-easy alternative.