This addresses those who know: Aronson, Tamariz, Nikolas
etc. If you know what these names relate to, and you apply the according
techniques then this place may be yours. With the Aronson's and Tamariz'
specific works published, well
explored and frequently applied, the world eventually needs no further
offering here only serves as a high quality alternative for those who are willing to
pay for exclusivity. Anyone seriously interested is welcome to contact me
for further information. A powerful solution with the following properties is offered
- it allows to deal eleven (11) four-of-a-kinds
(dealing four hands) by adjusting only a single card followed by a straight cut.
- it allows to deal the missing two
(2) four-of-a-kinds, the
2s and the 8s, (dealing four hands) by adjusting two cards followed by a straight cut.
- it allows to deal the Small Street in spades
(J to Ace, dealing five hands) by adjusting a single card followed by a straight cut; the Royal Flush
requires an additional adjustment.
- it allows to deal full houses and triples with no or a single
adjustment, and always followed by a straight cut.
- in english, german, spanish with no
previous adjustments other than a straight cut.
- included, unpublished so far
- the entire sequence holds only three (3) repeating two-card
sub-sequences, eg. the 2D,3H and the 2S,3C to illustrate such a repeating
sequence. Altogether the repeats involve the low-attention card values 2, 3,
5, and 8.
Getting into the stack
- can be arranged from Bicycle New Deck
Order by means of
- perfect full and perfect partial faros
- straight cuts
- "broken" overhand
run-ups, ie. by applying an overhand shuffle procedure much more irregular than
a straight 1-26 run-up procedure.
- partially reversing the procedure
results in Mirror Deck which, applying perfect faros, serves as starting
point for getting back into New Deck Order.
- despite a similar
approach compared to the procedure required by Tamariz' mnemonica to get
into the stack, the resulting sequence is completely different.
Spellers, Counts, Colour Sequences
- no spellers, no counts, no colour
been explored. They cannot be promised though probability to discover
convincing approaches is high.
Those familiar with the popular stacks around will appreciate the
features listed above. This stack results from an extensive evaluation of
over 95k systematically engineered permutations and stands out in terms of capabilities,
randomness and practicability.