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  • Roberto Giobbi has produced one of the only complete courses in card magic that is easy to follow and practical, this series has already received enormous praise from within the magic community! This series has received the highest praise from amateur and professional magicians alike, throughout Germany, France and Spain. Now, with its appearance in English, acclaim for Card College has grown even more enthusiastic. The idea of producing a thorough course in card magic has seldom been attempted, and those few rare efforts are dated and often difficult to obtain.

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  • The book is divided into six separate chapters, followed by a list of fictional attacks throughout history and an appendix. The first chapter, "The Undead: Myths and Realities", outlines Solanum, the fictional virus that creates a zombie, along with details on how it is spread (such as through an open wound, when coming in contact with infected blood or saliva), and treatment of the infected (such as suicide or amputation of the bitten/scratched limb, though amputation rarely works).

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  • Ma thuật Đường phố David Blaine Fan through the deck and remove the two red Aces pass the two cards to a spectator keeping them face down, place the cards between their palms, fix the spectator with a steely look, saying "We'll need these special cards later".

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  • Probability and statistics are concerned with events which occur by chance. Examples include occurrence of accidents, errors of measurements, production of defective and nondefective items from a production line, and various games of chance, such as drawing a card from a well-mixed deck, flipping a coin, or throwing a symmetrical six-sided die. In each case we may have some knowledge of the likelihood of various possible results, but we cannot predict with any certainty the outcome of any particular trial....

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  • Along with the schedules, the data processing equipment prints out a deck of cards to feed back completion or rescheduling information. These cards are used by plant maintenance personnel to record actions taken, time expended, date completed, and any pertinent remarks concerning findings when the task was done

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  • Real agilists don't weigh themselves down with libraries of books, they keep their important information handy with them at all times. Jeff and Tim pack over two decades of experience coaching and doing agile into Agile in a Flash, a unique deck of index cards that fit neatly in your pocket and tack easily onto the wall. Agile in a Flash cards run the gamut of agile, covering customer, planning, team, and developer concepts to help you succeed on agile projects. You can use cards from the deck in many ways: as references, reminders, teaching tools, and conversation pieces. Why...

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  • Consistent with the results of the Bechara study, our subjects gradually concentrated their choices on deck B (Fig. 2). The beginning phase of the task was an exploratory period in which both populations sampled each deck equally. For the next 20 draws subjects shifted towards deck B drawing on average 8 of the 20 cards from deck A. In the final 10 draws both groups largely abandoned deck A: on average the younger subjects chose deck A two times of 10 and the older subjects chose deck A three times of 10. In summary both populations appear to have adapted the same way to the payoffs....

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  • In the modified gambling task, subjects selected cards from one of two decks to earn cash. The cards were pre-organized so that one deck (A) had an overall loss of $2.50 every ten cards and the other deck (B) had an overall gain of $2.50 every ten cards. All the cards in deck A gave a $1.00 on every turn but were occasionally accompanied with losses, $7.50 for example (for a net loss of $6.50). The other deck B gave a smaller gain for each card, +$0.50 but had smaller occasional losses. Subjects did not know the composition...

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  • In our second gambling experiment subjects were asked to make six choices. For each choice subjects had to select one of two decks of 10 cards. Unlike Bechara et al. experiment, subjects saw the payoffs from each of the ten cards in the pair of decks before making their selection. Once they decided which deck they wanted, the ten cards were shuffled and the subjects selected one card. In all six choices one of the two decks had a positive mean payoff, and the other deck had a nonpositive payoff. The deck with the positive average payoff had a...

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  • When you begin your performance, spread the cards showing they are ‘random’, then ‘notice’ the Joker, take it out and split the deck at that point. Give one half to each spectator. They do their selecting and swapping, but when you get the cards back you simply look for the card that’s out of place in the respective sections. There will be a prime valued card in the non-primes pile and via versa. Use your performance (and mathematical) skills to reveal their selected cards. You could present this as a demonstration of your super-powered sense of smell.

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  • For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc at www.tailieuduhoc.org For example, if a card is to be selected randomly from a standard deck of 52 playing cards, E is the event that a heart is selected, and F is the event that a 9 is selected, then

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  • You need some set-up for his trick. At the start, the deck of cards is secretly separated into two groups - one set of cards with values that are prime numbers and one set of non-prime values. By doing this, you will easily be able to tell exactly what cards were swapped but your spectators won’t notice. So start by dividing up the deck with all the prime numbers in one stack (2, 3, , 7, J, K) and the non-prime in the other (A, 4, , 8, 9, 10, Q). Keep the suits of the cards in a nice...

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  • In the modified gambling task, subjects selected cards from one of two decks to earn cash. The cards were pre-organized so that one deck (A) had an overall loss of $2.50 every 10 cards and the other deck (B) had an overall gain of $2.50 every 10 cards. All the cards in deck A gave $1.00 on every turn but were occasionally accompanied with losses, $7.50 for example (for a net loss of $6.50). The other deck B gave a smaller gain for each card, +$0.50 but had smaller occasional losses. Subjects did not know the composition of the decks (given in Appendix B). Subjects were...

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