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Two Way by Kreis Magic
metal box is displayed. There is a prediction inside. Two decks are
placed on a table. One is red-backed, and the other is blue-backed.
A spectator chooses either of them (not a magician's choice). The magician
takes the chosen deck, and mixes the cards well. Some cards become face
up, and the others face down. The cards are spread on the table. The
magician removes all the face-down cards to leave the face-up cards
only. The remained face-up cards are given to the spectator. Then spectator
does the same as the magician did. This is repeated until one face-up
card is left. When the box is opened, there found a chip having the
same suit and value as that of the remained card.