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 However, Diaconis was preceded by a wide margin by Dr. Daley. See Item 576, "Up and Down Four Ace Run Up," in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​5308/​Jacob+Daley+s+Notebooks/​161|Jacob Daley'​s Notebooks]]//,​ n.d. (c. 1974), n.p. Daley'​s and Diaconis'​s tricks have one difference. In Daley'​s,​ the Aces arrive face up. In Diaconis'​s,​ they are face down while all the other cards are face up. For another variant, see "​Scarne'​s Drunken Poker Deal" in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​17917/​Scarne+on+Card+Tricks/​140|Scarne on Card Tricks]]//, 1950, p. 124, which combines elements of the face-up face-down poker deal with the surprise transformation of the performer'​s hand, which comes from another "​drunken poker" plot popularized by Stewart Judah. Judah'​s routine was published as "The Drunken Poker Player or Drunken Gambler"​ (item 86) in //The Lost Notebooks of John Northern Hilliard//, 2001, p. 263, where it is described as "one of Stewart Judah'​s specialties"​. However, Diaconis was preceded by a wide margin by Dr. Daley. See Item 576, "Up and Down Four Ace Run Up," in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​5308/​Jacob+Daley+s+Notebooks/​161|Jacob Daley'​s Notebooks]]//,​ n.d. (c. 1974), n.p. Daley'​s and Diaconis'​s tricks have one difference. In Daley'​s,​ the Aces arrive face up. In Diaconis'​s,​ they are face down while all the other cards are face up. For another variant, see "​Scarne'​s Drunken Poker Deal" in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​17917/​Scarne+on+Card+Tricks/​140|Scarne on Card Tricks]]//, 1950, p. 124, which combines elements of the face-up face-down poker deal with the surprise transformation of the performer'​s hand, which comes from another "​drunken poker" plot popularized by Stewart Judah. Judah'​s routine was published as "The Drunken Poker Player or Drunken Gambler"​ (item 86) in //The Lost Notebooks of John Northern Hilliard//, 2001, p. 263, where it is described as "one of Stewart Judah'​s specialties"​.
  
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