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The Origins of Wonder

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-The idea of having selections made, then switching decks, so that the selections are returned to a different pack (à la Douglas Dexter, Bruce Elliott, et al) was used as far back as the late 17th century / early 18th century. It was a method choice used in quite a number of tricks in the //Asti Manuscript//,​ c. 1700, used primarily to force a card using a force deck, then switching out the deck for a normal one, minus the force card. This manuscript was translated by Dr. Lori Pieper in //​Gibecière//,​ Vol. 8 No. 1, Winter 2013, p. 29-234.+The idea of having selections made, then switching decks, so that the selections are returned to a different pack (à la Douglas Dexter, Bruce Elliott, et al) was used as far back as the late 17th century / early 18th century. It was a method choice used in quite a number of tricks in the //Asti Manuscript//,​ c. 1700, used primarily to force a card using a force deck, then switching out the deck for a normal one, minus the force card. This manuscript was translated by Dr. Lori Pieper in //[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​38803/​Gibeci+re/​30|Gibecière]]//, Vol. 8 No. 1, Winter 2013, p. 29-234.
  
 In the 20th century, Theodore DeLand proposed the idea as an alternative method for his marketed "X-ray Deck," 1907. In the 20th century, Theodore DeLand proposed the idea as an alternative method for his marketed "X-ray Deck," 1907.
  
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