# Prediction of cards

Step 1: You put in front of you the top four cards from the deck face down.

Step 2: Begin to flip through the cards in the deck with your thumb, asking the viewer to say STOP at any time.

Step 3: When the viewer says STOP, you turn over all the cards left over your finger, face up.

Step 4: Slip from the deck all the cards that are facing up.

Step 5: Turn them over and put the decks down.

Step 6: Remove from the deck the first card lying face down, and put it under the first card on the table.

Step 7: Flip through the cards again to the stop signal.

Step 8: Turn the top stack over.

Step 9: Scroll down to the first card, laying the shirt up.

Step 10: Remove the extra cards and, turning over, put down the deck.

Step 11: Place the top card next to the second card on the table.

Step 12: Scroll through the cards again to the stop signal.

Step 13: Turn over the top pile.

Step 14: Reach the first card lying face-down.

Step 15: Transfer excess cards down the deck.

Step 16: Remove the top card from the deck and put it next to the third card lying on the table.

Step 17: And the last time you flip through the cards until the signal STOP.

Step 18: Turn over the top pile.

Step 19: Go to the first card, lying face down.

Step 20: Transfer excess cards down the deck.

Step 21: Put the top card next to the fourth on the table.

Step 22: Turn the cards from the first row.

Step 23: Turn the first card from the second row - it turns the first card from the first row.

Step 24: Turn the second card from the second row - and again a coincidence.

Step 25: Turn the third card over.

Step 26: And - the fourth.

Step 27: Surprisingly, all the cards from the second row were paired cards from the first row. How did you manage to predict which cards fall into the second row?

Step 28: The fact is that even before displaying the focus, you choose four pairs of cards.

Step 29: Then put the fourth card from the second row to the second.

Step 30: A third - the first.

Step 31: Take from the deck two more cards and put one on each pile.

Step 32: Take a stack with the second and fourth card and, turning over, put on the pile with the first and third card.

Step 33: Take the formed stack and put it on top of the deck so that the second card is the topmost in the deck.

Step 34: Then proceed as shown at the very focus. Just do not let the viewer notice that not all cards in the deck lie face down (for this it is better to take cards with a white border on the side of the shirt). And also, leafing through the cards, do not reach the top. If the viewer does not say STOP in time, just start flipping again. A little preparation - and you all will!