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 Another trick using a banked deck is given by Professor Hoffmann: "To Force three Cards together"​ from //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​18823/​More+Magic/​27|More Magic]]//, 1890, p. 13, employing a deck consisting of a repeated sequence of three cards. Edward Bagshawe uses a banked deck in "A '​Spirit Divination'​ Mystery"​ from //Exclusive Problems in Magic//, 1924, p. 43. Bagshawe'​s deck had four banks of thirteen cards, each bank containing the same cards in the same order. Another trick using a banked deck is given by Professor Hoffmann: "To Force three Cards together"​ from //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​18823/​More+Magic/​27|More Magic]]//, 1890, p. 13, employing a deck consisting of a repeated sequence of three cards. Edward Bagshawe uses a banked deck in "A '​Spirit Divination'​ Mystery"​ from //Exclusive Problems in Magic//, 1924, p. 43. Bagshawe'​s deck had four banks of thirteen cards, each bank containing the same cards in the same order.
  
-Today, the best-known example of a banked deck is Audley Walsh'​s "​Magician'​s Dream" deck in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​12762/​Jinx+No+001+050/​315|The Jinx]]//, ​Apr., 1938, p. 298, an idea later popularized by Al Koran from his marketed "​Koran'​s Miracle Deck", 1962, and frequently miscredited as his invention.+Today, the best-known example of a banked deck is Audley Walsh'​s "​Magician'​s Dream" deck in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​12762/​Jinx+No+001+050/​315|The Jinx]]//, ​No43Apr. 1938, p. 298, an idea later popularized by Al Koran from his marketed "​Koran'​s Miracle Deck", 1962, and frequently miscredited as his invention.
  
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