Nelson Downs described this in The Magic (1909). This is a funny idea. Imagine a completely new unopened debit debit card that is a completely improvised poker transaction. You shuffle, hand over seven hands. Except you, everyone has a complete house and you will get a flush victory.
And a little more than this one (not always?), But this is a good idea. This is the work described in Magic Art. All you need is a new deck order deck: each suit is separated from the bottom up to the ace king.
The performer removes the bag from the wrapping to remind people that the card is the manufacturer's fresh food. He abandoned the clown and did a fake shuffle of the parcel using whatever he did best. He may be addicted to such a series of manipulations if he is proficient at blind cuts; but for the purpose of this trick, a false shuffle of these brands is enough. Then let the audience cut this card. They can cut as many times as they want, without breaking the order of the cards as the two rotate around each other. This is actually the strongest feature of this trick; for most people think that the traditional layoffs completely obstruct any pre-arranged packaging order.
Now hand these cards to six people and hand the top card to number one; second to second; third to third; fourth to fourth; fifth to fifth Zhang; the sixth card to the sixth. Start again, give the seventh card to the first, and so on to the sixth. As soon as the twelfth card is processed, the next card (thirteenth) is transferred to the bottom of the first deck and continues to be processed for two rounds. Once the twenty-fourth card is found, move the twenty-fifth card to the bottom of the pack, and then handle it again, submitting a card to each player. Now take five cards from your hand. Ask the audience to turn their hands, everyone will be surprised to find that they have a complete house. The actor then turns his hand and shows a flush.
Note - If the order for the package is Ace, two, three, four, etc., until the king, the performer must pay attention to the cut deck card; because the base card should be a jack, this trick will not come out as described. Another cut will eliminate this difficulty.
Downs believes the best way to think about shifts is to stand. It was not a problem at the time, especially when he was out of the stage and the show at Elks was a typical show. He handed these cards to the audience's hand, which gave him enough cover to pass the ball.
It would be an almost self-manipulating trick if not shift. All you need to do is get rid of two cards in the deal. Suddenly becoming suspicious of other players and asking you to "burn a card" is not hard so you openly take the top card from the card and turn the card over to the bottom. This process occurs twice, and does not need to pass. Another observation is that at the end of the trick, you have almost four together, three at the bottom and one at the top deck. It must be something useful.
Downs's trick is not original. He said it was Adrian's favorite board. Tom Boyer published his version of Klondike Poker at The Linking Ring (Vol IV, No.1) in 1926. He handled 7 hands and played the cards on the 14th and 28th. This gives everyone a full house. The performer wins a straight flush compared to pumping four cards. Revived by Ross Bertram, and on its own behalf issued under the name of "Exhibition Poker Contract" in The Rings (July 1930). Leslie's guests found that it was a change of Downs and added some of their own notes, including the story of throwing the thirteenth card of the unlucky, in fact, if some of the cards show up at the bottom of the deck. Downs mentions Jack only, but in fact there are more cards to be aware of than.
In August 1942, Linking Ring launched another edition, Klondyke Poker, this time by W.C.Fownes Jr and E.F.W.Solisbury. They told Tom Bowyer the concept of dealing with seven hands and added that if the deck had a nine-handed hand, you would not get a flush. They also added a colorful Monte-style story about gambling Dan McGrew, betting all the bets on the table. The story of MacGregor cheating is accompanied by an open deal. He was found, other players asked him to draw a novice. He does, of course, flush, and still wins. This is a good trick, one step away from the miracle of self.