## Example Suppose The Three Cards To Be Ten Seven And Six Asbefore; then, each of those numbers subtracted from seventeen, the remainders will be respectively, seven, ten, and eleven, which, added together, make twenty-eight, to which the single card you drew being reckoned as one, and added, makes twenty-nine; and that number deducted from fifty-two, leaves twenty-three, which is the amount of the three cards the party drew. * * * * * The following amusements principally depend on dexterity of hand; and, as what is termed making the pass, will be necessary to be acquired, to enable the operator to perform many of them, we subjoin the following explanation of this term: Example Suppose The Person Wishes His Card To Be The Twentieth Example Suppose The Two Cards To Be As Before Ten And Seven Then Feedback |