This deck is a trick deck wherein the backs of the cards used have a thick, non-slick surface. The cards are placed back to back in certain pairs. There a few rules in determining these pairs: * 1) Each pair adds up to 13 (9 and 4; 6 and 7; qu... Read more of Invisible Deck at Card Trick.caInformational Site Network Informational
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THE DISSECTED CIRCLE.





(Unicursal and Route Problems)
How many continuous strokes, without lifting your pencil from the paper,
do you require to draw the design shown in our illustration? Directly
you change the direction of your pencil it begins a new stroke. You may
go over the same line more than once if you like. It requires just a
little care, or you may find yourself beaten by one stroke.


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