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|======Free-Cut Principle======||======Free-Cut Principle======|
|-||This is a method, based on a well-deguised ||+||This is a method, based on a well-disguised |
|Some years later, Gene Finnell independently reinvented the principle and applied it to a spelling location, "||Some years later, Gene Finnell independently reinvented the principle and applied it to a spelling location, "|
|+||A related principle can be used for the placement of a single card. In essence, instead of placing one packet, the bottom card of which would be the selection, on top of a tabled pile, the spectator gives the cut-off packet a free cut first, and its new bottom card becomes the selection. This portion is placed onto the tabled pile and sometimes is followed by a remaining portion. The honest cut clouds the fact that the position of the selection from the bottom of the tabled pile is a constant. This strategy was employed by Richard Himber in his "|
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