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C10 by Dani DaOrtiz

Content About this notes,

The Handling Fast Set Up of the System C-10: version 1,

The Effects Classical Memorization of the Deck,

page 23 The Memorization Routine,

page 26 10th Open Prediction (Dani DaOrtiz),

page 28 Prediction with Two Decks,

page 33 Memorization by the Backs (To make solo or in duo),

Dani DaOrtiz

About this notes

always had liked to grab and old idea and work with it until it seems you cannot work it any more

And one o the last ones I called it,

“every 10” (count 10) which has its origin in the effect “Moe’s Move Card” created by Moe Pittsburg (Morris Seidenstein)

I know this thanks to the help of my friend Roberto Giobbi

The original idea was very simple,

the deck was shuffled and when you extend it face up on the table to apparently memorize the whole deck

You only memorize the cards located in the 10,

Then the deck is squared and its in mechanics grip

Then you ask for a number between 1 and 52 and thanks to a pass (you only move from 1 to 5 cards) you can locate the interested card in the given number

For example,

if they tell us the number 43 we only have to move up 3 cards from the bottom to the top

So the card that was in the 40th position now is in the 43 position

Also the card that was in the tenth position now is in the 13,

the one in the that was in 20 now is in 23,

the one that was in the 30 now is in 33

But the important thing is that we know the card that is in the position named by the spectator

In the example the 43

This is the effect and the classic handling,

but the power of this idea is that you can have the complete control of the whole deck by only knowing four cards that we will use as key cards

From here a world of miracles is open and a powerful weapon to delude anyone who dares to standup in front of you

Either with a borrowed deck,

you always going to be ready to perform what we will call from now C-10

Pass and read

The Handlings

Fast Set Up of the System C-10

really easy method to put four cards in four certain places is the following: The four card will be situated in the bottom of the deck in the next order,

hearts and spades being the bottom card

The deck is in the right hand grab in Biddle grip with the face on top

As show in photo 1

In this position,

we will tilt the deck towards the magician (us) and we will start to count from bottom one by one each card with the right hand (Photo 2)

When we count the ninth card,

the left thumb will peel the ten of spades to the bottom as the tenth card,

We will continue counting,

doing the same with the ten of hearts placing it in the twentieth position,

the ten of clubs in the 30 and the ten of diamonds in the 40

With this method,

I had prepared the sequence in front of the audience,

but its not the most recommended

Fast Set Up of the System C-10 (second version)

the four tens are located in the bottom of the deck in the order: diamonds,

hearts and spades being the bottom card

In this case the deck is face down in mechanics grip in the left hand

The right hand stars to extend and count cards from the top (photo 5)

When we count the 9,19,29 and 39 card

we will leave the respective tens in each respective position by pushing them under the extension (photos 6 and 7)

Photo 6,

the middle left finger will push the interested card and place it the interested place of the extension thanks to the long fingers of the right hand (photo 7)

Shuffling the Deck (maintaining the C-10)

ith the tens sequence already prepare in C-10,

we will give the deck divide into groups to the spectators so they can shuffle the cards

We will start with the deck of cards facing down in mechanics grip on our left hand and the first thing that we are going to do is to pass one card

from the top to the bottom of the pack

So now the tens are in the 9,

But they are still going to be separated by 10 cards each ten because we haven’t break the C-10 sequence

Turn the deck face up in your left hand and extend the cards until you see the first ten (it will be the ten of diamonds),

What you will do next is to take all the cards that are after the card preceding the ten of diamonds

So now in your hand you will have de deck of cards with the ten of diamonds as the second card (photo 9)

Give the cards that you have taken to the spectator in your right

Continue extending the cards until you see the ten of clubs

Same as before,

give all cards that are after the card preceding the ten of clubs

Then give all the cards that are to the right to a second spectator (photo 10)

Do the same thing with the ten of hearts

What you will do is extend the cards until you see the ten of hearts,

leave the ten and the card above it in the deck and give the rest of the extended cards to a third spectator

Then do the same with the ten of spades giving a new packet to a fourth spectator

Finally give the rest of the cards that you have in your left hand to a fifth spectator

The fact that we moved one card from the top to the bottom in the beginning helps us use the tens as key cards to rapidly count ten cards

The only exception is the first spectator,

A good thing about this technique is that when we give ten cards to each spectator the tens are hide

Now after each spectator has shuffled its packet of cards,

we will easily put them back together in the C10 order

Collecting and Reorganizing the Deck We have to collect the packets of cards in the opposite way we gave them

So first we are going to collect the packet that we gave last

Is the one with the ten of spades

When we get it in our hands,

we will tell him that the packet can be shuffle and cut

When we say this,

we extend the cards face up in our hands and locate the ten

we count one card more and cut and complete

So now we have the ten in the second position (photo 11)

At this time,

we can enhance chaos by opening the cards and asking the spectator if he wants to change any position of a card

You don’t care,

as long it doesn’t alter the order of the ten

we only have to reposition the order and we are ready to go

Now we turn to the fourth spectator (the one that haves the ten of hearts) and ask him for his cards

We will do the same thing that we made with the first spectator

But we have to be carful to maintain the packet where the ten of spades is in our hands without mixing it with the new one

Photographs 12,

While we say we have to cut and shuffle more

What we do is to find the ten of hearts count one card more to the right and cut and complete

So now we have the ten of hearts second from the top (whit the deck facing up)

We will do the same with the third and second spectators

So now will have all the deck almost recomposed

So now we have a ten every ten cards from bottom to top with the deck facing up

The last spectator has the packet with twelve different cards

Now we will do the contagious effect with this spectator

We are going to tell him that after he has shuffle his cards,

he can cut as many times he wants and then leave them with the rest of the cards that we have in our hands (always face up)

Why the contagious effect

if with the spectator we give him freedom to cut his cards that means that with the others was the same thing

Only that in this occasion the spectator is the one ho made the cut

giving to understand that the cut is no more than the process of the shuffle

we have to pass a card form the top to bottom (remember that the deck is facing up in your hand),

Now the 10 of spades is in the ten position,

the ten of clubs is in the 30 and the ten of diamonds is in the 40th position

Set up of the C10 from a Borrowed Deck version 1

e will set up the deck in C10 order starting from a borrowed deck

Or if we ended a effect and for the next one we need the C10 order

We will ask for a deck of cards and in the action of finding the jokers or counting the cards to check if its complete,

we will cull or debex all the tens to the bottom

In case you are unfamiliar with the cull of debex technique,

now I will briefly explain it:

Cull or Multiple Debex

Extend the deck face down in your hands (photo 15)

The middle and ring fingers will be in contact by the face with the interested card

The fingers will pull the card under the extension towards the right extracting it (photo 16)

Simultaneously put the left thumb finger over the back of the card next to the right of the card just

And pull to the left

Making it take the place that the other card left vacant

We will name this action: “cull the card”

Immediately close the extension with both hands,

by doing this the card will end in the bottom of the deck

In the C-10,

we will use a multiple cull: Start by spreading face up the cards in your viewed from hands

When you see the first ten,

“cull” it (as we the top just explained) leaving it under the extension

Continue passing cards until you find the second ten,

which you will also “cull” putting it over the one that you “cull” before

Continue “culling” the third and fourth tens putting them with the others under the extension

Close and square the cards making that the tens end in the bottom of deck

By doing this you just “cull” multiple cards

In order to make a good “multiple cull”,

you have to have a right pace and a relevant excuse for having to browse the entire deck

In the photo 17 showed from an under view,

you can see how to “cull” the an interested card

Photo 18 shows how the middle finger slides the ne “cull” card leaving it over the one that we controlled before

And photos 19 and 20 show how the spread cards cover the tens

Once you have the tens in the top part o the deck,

put them in the next order: Spades,

Hearts,

Clubs and Diamonds

Being Diamonds the first one

Now with the deck facing up,

with your right hand extend and count nine cards

Once you done that,

with your left index finger push the bottom card under the extension

And with your right hand fingers you receive it

Give this packet of cards (with the ten of diamonds under) to a spectator so he can shuffle it

Do the same thing with the following three tens

And to a fifth spectator give the twelve cards that you have in your hands

Now to collect the packets to reorder the deck,

follow the steps explained above in the section: Collecting and Reorganizing the Deck

Ordering the C-10 order from a Borrowed Deck (starting from zero) version 2

his time we are not going to use the “cull”

Ask for a deck and once you have it,

place it face up in your left hand

Start by extending the cards counting nine cards

No many options can happen:

That there is a ten in this nine cards

That there are any tens

Index finge That there is more than maintains contact one ten in these cards

In the first option,

if there is one ten in the nine cards its really easy

Because you only have to add one more card and give the packet to a spectator so he can shuffle it

If the second option happens,

you only need to maintain in control the nine cards on the top of deck while you continue spreading the cards

When you find a ten you only have to “cull” it (photo 21)

Then give the ten cards to shuffle

And the last option,

if there is more than one ten it’s really easy because you only need to “cull” it to the bottom of the pack

And then give it from below as mentioned on top

And to collect the packets of cards you only have to follow the steps explain above in Collecting and Reorganizing the Deck

Only remember to who you gave each ten and the twelve cards

Ordering the C-10 order from a Borrowed Deck version 3

his time we will prepare the deck in C-10 without giving the cards to shuffle

What we will do is to run thru the deck to make the “cull” with the excuse of saying if there is any cards missing,

or looking for a card or seeing if its complete

With the deck facing up,

spread the cards in your hands

And the objective is to locate the ten of diamonds and put it in the position 12 while we are spreading the cards (photo 22)

If any other ten (not the ten of diamonds) appears before we get to the wish position,

we will “cull” it to the bottom of the deck

And if the ten of diamonds appears we will “cull” it to the twelve position (photo 23)

Now we have to put the ten of clubs ten cards after the ten of diamonds

To make this we will do in this way: If the ten of clubs is between the next nine cards we only need to count one more card and “cull” the ten to the wish position

And if not we will maintain the control of the nine cards and locate the ten of clubs and then “cull” it

Remember that if you see any other ten you have to “cull” it to the bottom of the deck

Then we have to do the same thing

with the ten of hearts and finally with the ten of spades

Once we are done we will have the deck in C10 order (photo 24)

Ordering the C-10 order from a Borrowed Deck version 4

his time we will use the table,

we are going to cut small packets and shuffle on to the table while we prepare the C-10

To do this we will have the deck facing up in the left hand and the right hand will start counting cards

If in the first ten cards you see a ten,

what we will do is to take the group of cards before the ten and throw it to the table (photo 25)

We have to count how many cards we threw to the table

Then we grave the ten and the necessary amount of cards to complete 10 cards and throw them to the table (photo 26)

If in the group of cards,

we will throw six on to the table

And then continue spreading the cards until we se a ten

Then we will continue spreading three more cards to the side

And the right hand will grave the four cards and throw them to the table (photo 27)

If we have more of one ten in the group of cards,

we will “cull” the other tens to the bottom of the deck

And leave the ten as the top card of the group of cards in the table

We will do the same thing with the three other tens that are left in the deck

The last group will have twelve cards instead of ten

Now we had put the tens in a random order in the C-10

We can still work in this way but we only have to memorize the order of how we putted the tens

A Few Ideas

We can use the C-10 system to force a card

For example if we have a six of spades in the 10th position and we have three more six of spades

We can put one in the 20th,

another one in 30th and the last one in the 40th position

Now we only ask for a number between 1 and 52 and to get to the six we only have to move a couple of cards from top to bottom or the other way

We can have the deck divided by suits in the next order,

Now we give a group of ten cards to a spectator to shuffle,

next the other group to another,

then another group to another,

then another group to another and finally the twelve cards to the last spectator

Each spectator will mix a suit so when we reorder the deck we only have to learn the value of the cards that occupy the 10,

This will help you to memorize four cards (only the values)

If you love Faro shuffles,

If you put the four tens in the top of the deck and do five Faros In,

the tens will end almost in the C-10 order

The first,

second and fourth tens are eleven cards apart and the third ten its in the exact position

To get the deck in C-10 order you only have to pass the top card to the bottom after the fifth faro and “cull” any card that is in the position 11-29 (between the first two tens),

then cull another card between position 31-39 and the pass that cards to the bottom

If you want is possible to use two sequences in the same deck

This can be use in he same effect or in different tricks

To make this you could have the prepare cards in the positions: 10,

So in this way you could use one sequence and in the momment you pass one card from bottom to top,

the deck will be prepare in the new C-10 order

The Effects

Classical Memorization of the Deck

his is a very impressive effect because we are going to simulate that we can memorize the entire deck in a couple of seconds and then prove it to the spectators

This is the classical version,

maybe the version that gives origin to the system

What I am going to expose next are my ideas

See and name

Before we start,

we are going to rehearse with a fun way to guess three freely chosen cards

When we only know the identity of one

This is not part of the C-10 system,

but its part of the effect that why we are going to treat it separate

Force a card to a spectator and tell him that without looking to leave on the table

Now pass the deck to a second a spectator and tell him to grave a card and without looking at it to leave on the table to the left side of the card that is already there

Now give the deck to another spectator and tell him to do the same thing

What comes next is really fun,

with rhythm and without pausing we will do the following: Is that the card… (We say)

At the same time we turn the left card,

… and this (referring to the middle card)

At same time we turn,

Now we point to the right card (is the only one we really know) and say: … and this one is… (Without turning it )… we name it

When we name it we make a pause for two seconds and then we turn it

Because we clearly guess the right card,

this action will influence the first two actions giving the global sensation that we guess all the cards

You can try it and you will see the result that produces

To make it really convincing,

you have to rehearse the rhythm and pausing

If I’m not mistaken,

the idea of watching and naming the card with only one card comes from Vernon although I’ve never been able to ensure this

his is the easiest way to use the C10 system

Because we are going to give the deck to be shuffle but then we do not have to prepare the deck

Give the deck to someone to shuffle while you say that you are going to memorize the whole deck

Once the give it to you,

extend in ribbon spread the cards face up on the table

What you are going to do is to memorize the cards that are in the 10th,

To do so,

you only have to point one by one each card like if you where memorizing them

But what you are really doing is to count each card to find easier the wanted positions (photo 29)

In this part I make the following gag: in one or more occasions,

I change the position of one card

This makes some spectators laugh because they think that with only moving one or two cards will make easy the process of memorizing the deck

But in did is what is happening

I can put in the interested positions (10,

Fore example,

if the two first ones (10 and 20) are Ace and two of hearts,

I can put in the 30th position another card of the same suit

Once you simulate the action of memorizing the order of the deck,

square the cards and put them face down in your hands

Then ask for a number

This trick works better if they name you a number bigger than 25 because you can name many cards before you get to the card in the given number

But if they name you a small number,

nothing happens because the effect is really impressive

You can try to get a big number just by asking for it

Lets suppose they name you 32

What we will do is to name the card in the C-10 order that is closes to the given number

In our example we are going to name the card in the 30th position

Then we will pass two cards from bottom to top 24

to make that the named card gets to the 32th position

If we really had memorized the order of the deck we have to prove it

So now we start counting the cards

But a good thing to know is that we know the first two cards that where in the C-10 order

But know they are in the 12 and 22 position

So now we can name the cards (12 and 22) before turning them

But if we also use the technique that we name and turn at the same time we can name more cards to prove what we had said

So we have the deck facing down in our left hand and with the right hand we start to count and turn the cards on to the table

And when we get to the card number ten we say: “Now comes…”

We turn and name it

With number eleven,

This one we now,

so we name it then we wait for two second and then we turn it

We continue counting the cards in the same way and when we get to the 20,

Also when we get to the 30,

Semi Memorization

his is and idea for the ones who love stack decks

We are going to use only half of the deck in any order fore example Mnemonic of Juan Tamariz or even mine call “Mi Baraja Personal”

But are going to give the sensation that we know all the deck

you have the deck face down in you left hand and the bottom half is already in any stack deck order

Wi are going to give ¼ of the deck (from the top) to a spectator to shuffle then a other bunch of cards to another spectator to do the same and the magician will end with the stack cards

We make a false shuffle

“My Personal Stack” by Dani DaOrtiz,

When the spectator gives you back the cards we are going to arrange the deck as the beginning (the bottom half is the stack order)

Spread them on the table,

with the excuse that you are going to memorize the order of the cards

What we are going to do now

instead of using the C-10 we are going to use the C-5

Tell the first spectator to give you a number between 1 and 25 and tell to the second to give you a bigger number

So you have to memorize the cards that are in the position: 5,

15 and 20

So when the first spectator gives you his number you name the card and start to count

Fore example if they tell you 16,

you will only pass one card from bottom to top secretly

We count to the named position to reveal the card

What comes next its really easy because we now the rest of the cards (stack deck)

We only have to be aware of how many cards we passed from top to bottom or the other way

So now we ask for the second number when they tell us we only name the card (we already now) and start to count

As a final climax we can say all the cards that we have in our hands,

closing with a beautiful memorization routine

Card to Number (A

o get a greater success in this trick,

I recommend making this trick stand up in a parlour magic situation even though you can do it sitting down

We are going to use the C-10 technique and a suit force that I had never described

Another beautiful thing about this trick that the secret part (where we make the moves) its done before we even start the effect

To start we are going to tell the audience that we are going to present the classical effect of card to number

One spectator will think a suit of the deck,

another one a value and the last one a position and at the end everything has to magically match

You explain that to make this more difficult,

you are going to base in some important aspects

The first one is that is a borrow deck,

the second one is that the audience has to shuffle

You ask for the deck and you give it to shuffle

In the first part of the notes we already explained how to prepare the deck in the C-10 order

And that’s what you have to do

So you will have the ten of 26

Spades in the 10th position,

the ten of Hearts in the 20th,

the 10 of Clubs in the 30th and finally the 10 of Diamonds in the 40th

With the deck facing down we will count ten cards and maintain the break under the 10 of Spades

Now we turn to the spectator in our right and open the deck in that point (where we have the break) and we say: “I can tell you to look a number…” Once he does it,

we continue: “But that will not be so free

To make it a free choice…” And now we will look an spectator from the front and we will say: “ I do not want that you see it,

I want that you tell it to me: Give me a number between 1 and 52

Any position

!” Once he says the position for example 32,

we look at him and say: “No we will have any position selected…” And turning back again to the spectator number one,

we say: “And a number that you are thinking”

In this point many things had happened,

lets analyze them by parts: First,

we showed openly the ten of Spades to the spectator in our right

But because we did this in the context of explaining something,

Remember that the phrase is: “I could show you a number… but its better than you think one between 1 and 52”

We make this showing the 10 of Spades to the spectator in our right then we turn to one in our front

The spectator that saw the ten of Spades will not even fill anything strange so he will not care for the ten

The transition from showing a card (ten of Spades) and then asking for a number will eliminate the interest of the shown card

When the spectator in our front says the number we say: “So now we will have any chosen position” and looking to the spectator in our right we say: “And a number that that you are thinking

” In this moment the spectator in our right is conscious that he has to register the number that he saw (about 5 seconds ago)

With this,

we told the spectator to remember the value of the card in a second background

Now we are going to force the suit

Remember that we have the deck in our hands

When the spectator tell us the number,

we have to think how many cards we have to pass to get to nearest ten

In our example was number 32,

so we now that the ten of Clubs is in the 30th position

So we only have to pass two cards from bottom to top to get it in the 32th position

Then we refer to another spectator and tell him: 27

Diamonds,

Spades,

Hearts and…

” What we do with this question is to not name the suit that we want to force

So the spectator is the one is going to say the suit

We are not going to say that Clubs is the chosen suit

Right now we are only interested that that spectator names Clubs (in our example) and then we are going to make the force

- “So,

“that a spectator thinks of a suit,

other one a value and other one a position… and that at the end everything matches

Do you want that we try this effect

? Now is when we are actually going to start the effect at least in his expository phase

But the secret “cheat” we already made it

The audience will answer that yes so you continue

Turn to the spectator in your right and say to him:

? (Because we say this question in past,

automatically we refer to the value 10,

which was the one that he saw at the beginning)

Now we refer to the spectator of the suit and we say:

which was… We are telling to him to tell us the suit that he named not the one that he picked (he never picked one)

All the audience will fill that he thought of the suit

If you see that the spectator has trouble remembering or naming the suit,

- Club,

To enjoy the effect,

ask to spectator to count 32 cards and he turns the card number 32

Showing that magically is the 10 of Clubs

An Idea: If we do not want to show the ten of spades at the beginning,

we can prepare the deck in the following way: AS,

QC and KD

You can observe that 13 cards separate each value

You can also use any other stack deck like Si Stebbins or even mine

First we are going to ask for a value

When they give us one,

Leaving any card of diamonds to the bottom

In this moment the other four values are going to be in the 13,

26 and 39

In this case we are not using the C-10 order instead is every 13

Now you can continue with the eFfect

This is just an idea

I do not really use it

I think that it doesn’t worth of the preparation to gain a little bit of cleanness in the effect

In way the effect becomes cleaner but in another way you lose a lot of spontaneity

e will have the deck prepare in the C-10 order

And we will leave it in the table

If we are with other magician friends,

we ask for a deck and if not we take a new deck (different color)

We say that form this new deck we are going to take out 3 predictions that we are going to leave face down on the table

Actually we are not going to leave 3 cards there are going to be four

To do so we are going to do the following: Take the new deck and spread the cards with the faces towards you,

locate the 10 of spades and cut to it leaving it on the face of the deck (photo 30)

Spread again the deck and push all the tens to the top (photo 31)

Square the deck in your left hand,

and with your right hand take out the tens that are jog (photo32)

Once you do this,

with your left hand maintain a break under the ten of spades (photo 33)

Now leave the tens on the face of the deck (which is always facing you) in the next order: hearts,

Leave them in an advance position like photo 34 shows

Now two things will happen at the same time

First the right hand will square the tens with the deck stealing the ten of spades

And second the left hand will take all the deck (except the tens) to your left pocket

The three tens (in reality four) will now be in your right hand in the order that we already know

Removing the rest of the deck will make the effect to look cleaner and will maximize the effect

To end with the predictions,

the left hand will take the tens and leave them on top of the table

It’s really important that we never show the faces of our prediction

If you want you can show with any technique that they are three cards in fact

But I think that it’s not necessary

Now we have a problem,

there is no excuse to take the deck from the table to make the secret move

So we have to create it

To have the excuse,

we are going to do the following

We will point the deck and say: “We had place three predictions”

Then take the take and extend it in our hands while we say: “And there is a card that has to match with our predictions”

So no now we have the deck in our hands

With the deck in mechanics grip in your left hand,

with the right hand point to an spectator and tell him to give you a position from 1 to 52

But tell him no to tell you one of the beginning or the end in order to make more difficult

Nothing will happen if they name one of the beginning,

only that the effect will not be as strong because they will only need to count a few cards to get to the prediction

And if they name a really big number (45 to 52) it will be really monotonous all the counting

Now the only thing that we have to do,

is to put any ten in to the named position

For example if the spectator names 34 we have to pass with the pass four cards from bottom to the top

That will make that the 10 of clubs end in the 34th position

give the deck to the spectator and instruct him to count face down the cards until his named number

When he starts,

we grave the three prediction cards (actually four),

and we have to leave the same ten that will appear in the bottom of our prediction

In this case is the ten of clubs

Its really easy because we now the order of our predictions cards

So in this case we only have to pass one card from bottom to top and we will end with the 10 of clubs in the bottom of the four packet cards

Then we will show our prediction at the same time we steal the bottom card (ten of clubs)

To do so,

we will make the next movement: The prediction cards,

are in mechanics grip in our left hand

The right hand will grave the cards (photo 35)

The long fingers are on top of the cards and with the left small finger we pull down one card leaving space to place the right thumb between the single and the three cards (photo 36)

At the same time the right hand will open (fan) the three cards and leave them on the table while the left hand will stay with the ten of clubs and lap it

Once we open our predictions,

we say: “these are my predictions”

What had happened to this point its really good to the effect

First we have made the secret move when all the tension was to the cards that the spectator was counting

When we showed the prediction we created expectative to our audience

We have made visible the impossibility of this effect what makes it more dramatic

Ask to the spectator with a gesture to continue counting until his number

Now we only have to wait and once he gets to the number make him turn the card and place it the prediction

We had made a really easy and clean “Open Prediction”

At the end of the effect sometimes happens the following: some spectators forget that the tens came from another deck

So my advice is once that you end the effect take time to put the tens in the other deck

Some Ideas We could present the same effect with only one deck

We only have to have the tens duplicate and take four indifferent cards

Or if you don’t like the idea of lapping the card,

you can use a technique like Ascanio spread to hide the extra card

Prediction with Two Decks

Then appears in another deck in a thought position

This is a really strong effect that we can make impromptu with the C-10 system

We have to have two different color decks,

one is prepared in C-10 and the second one it can be shuffle

If we borrowed the two decks,

one we will give to one spectator so he can shuffle it

And the second one,

we are going to give to many spectators (in reality prepare it in C-10 order)

The C-10 we are going to leave on the table

Then we are going to ask for a number between 1 and 52

We are going to grave the deck that’s is on the table and handle it to a spectator in the action we are going to place the nearest ten to the named number

For example if they tell us 24 we only have to pass 4 cards from bottom to top to get the 10 of hearts in to the 24th position

Now we are going to take the deck that is being shuffle and extend it on the table

We are going to locate the ten that is prepared in the other deck (in our example the ten of hearts)

When we square the deck that is on the table we are going to pass secretly the ten of hearts to the top

Then you have to force the ten in your prefer method

In my case I like to use the method that I describe in “Libertad de Expresion” which is forcing the card with the deck face up

And now everything is done

Memorization by the Backs

(To make solo or in duo)

he deck is being shuffle by many spectators (the really shuffle,

The magician then spreads the deck face down on the table and announces that he will memorize the deck by the backs

Everyone loughs,

then the magician ask for a position

Once they say a position the magician says that in that position is the two of spades (only an example)

It really goes like that

! In case you perform this effect in duo,

immediately your mate can name the card

This is a surrealist effect and it can be really impressive

What I like the most is the idea of using the C-10 method without any previous preparation

I am going to explain the method to be presented in duo

If you want to perform it alone,

once you read the instructions it’s really easy to adapt

Announce that once you shuffle the deck,

you can memorize it by its back then transmit the information to your partner

This is what is going to happen even it sounds impossible

Ask for a deck and you are going to give it to shuffle to five spectators by small groups

Actually each group will have ten cards

It’s really easy to count them visually while you spread them

You only have to pass 3,

3 and 1

We make one group of ten cards and give it to one spectator,

a fourth one and finally the twelve remaining cards we give the to shuffle to a fifth spectator

What comes next its really easy,

pick the first group and leave it face up on the table

Your partner has to memorize to top card

Then pick the second group and leave un square on the table this gives time to your assistant to memorize the second new top card

You have to do the same with the 3th and 4th group

Now your partner knows the 4 key cards that are in the position: 10,

Now spread the deck face down on the table

Ask for a number when they tell it,

your assistant will name the card from the memorized that is closets to the number

If they say 24,

your assistant will name the 20th card and you will know that you have to pass four cards from bottom to top

INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATION You so not have to leave the groups of card on the table you can do it in your hands

You take a glimpse to the top card while you leave the cards on your left hand