Spectator holds onto a red deck while a blue deck is given to a spectator who deals through the cards FACEUP, stopping wherever she wants. Because the cards are faceup, the choice seems completely free from influence and completely random. The card stopped at is placed on the table. (Say it is the 4H). The red deck is now opened, and there is one card with an “X” drawn on it – it is the 4H.
I’m a big Trost fan, and Zenith is one of his great tricks. Although it is based on ideas by Bagshawe and Koran, Trost has come up with a simple and straightforward method to deal with the necessary “outs” -- no there aren’t 52 outs! Despite the fair selection process, just four!
Comes with two Poker size Aviator decks as issued. The cards are in like new condition, with original instruction sheets. (The photo shows a xerox copy, but you will get original sheet. )