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 This principle is explained by Girolamo Cardano in his //De subtilitate//​ (1550, early in Book XV), and has been a staple of card magic ever since. See John M. Forrester'​s English translation of //De subtilitate//,​ Vol. 2, p. 754. Forrester mistranslates playing cards as pieces of paper, but the rest of his translation for this entry is clear enough. This principle is explained by Girolamo Cardano in his //De subtilitate//​ (1550, early in Book XV), and has been a staple of card magic ever since. See John M. Forrester'​s English translation of //De subtilitate//,​ Vol. 2, p. 754. Forrester mistranslates playing cards as pieces of paper, but the rest of his translation for this entry is clear enough.
  
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