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    Calculate the mass of the deck of cards instead of numbers (sort of natural psi)

    Standard 52-card deck:

    The most common sizes for playing cards are poker size (2½in × 3½in; 63 mm × 88 mm, or B8 size according to ISO 216) and bridge size (2¼in × 3½in, approx. 56 mm × 88 mm), the latter being narrower, and thus more suitable for games such as bridge in which a large number of cards must be held concealed in a player's hand. Interestingly, in most casino poker games, the bridge-sized card is used; the use of less material means that a bridge deck is slightly cheaper to make, and a casino may use many thousands of decks per day so the minute per-deck savings add up. Other sizes are also available, such as a smaller size (usually 1¾in × 2⅝in, approx. 44 mm × 66 mm) for solitaire, tall narrow designs (usually 1¼in × 3in) for travel and larger ones for card tricks. The weight of an average B8-sized playing card is 0.063 oz (1.8g), a deck 3.3 oz (94g).

    The primary deck of fifty-two playing cards in use today, usually known as the French deck, includes thirteen ranks of each of the four French suits, clubs (), diamonds (), hearts () and spades (), with reversible Rouennais "court" or face cards.

    Now with this in mind, try to mix a new deck and pull one card for any opponenet (two players). When pulling the card do not think about numbers, only about the positioon of the card you like to pull. Personally I always pull the first on top, or in th emiddle, and always win to any opponent who is pulling against me.

    Anyway, when playing with friends I always win, adding five other mind techniques.

    Unfortunately it is not easy for me to play Black Jack with this system, because:

    1 - You don't have to think about money in order to have a completely clear mind.

    2 - You have to mix it by yourself, in order to always be touching the cards deck.

    3 - Always look at the deck in your hands, and not at the card you're pulling out of it.

    4 - Before touching the deck, relax and concentrate on what are you doing physically.

    5 - The ace must be the lowest card and equal to one, the highst logically the king.
    Last edited by Arkham Knight; June 1st, 2012 at 10:19 AM.
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