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Published on Mar 22, 2010
1: When you get to 5, don't go back to 1 or vice versa. Just turn around to 4 (or 2), and that counts as a step. 2: When you move from card to card, do not count the card you are on. 3: You only start from 1 on the first step, then on the next step you start where you left off. 4: On the step "move as many steps as you like, and remember how many times you moved," this is what you have to do. Move as many times as you wish, then move that number of times again. 5: On the first step you have to start on 1. 6: No matter what you do in this trick, you should always get 7. If you didn't get 4, and you checked through all these steps, I could send you the description of why this trick works. I do not know why people are constantly getting 3, but if you get something other then four you did the trick wrong. 8: I do not check comments for this video anymore 9/30/08. I just wanted to say I worked very hard to make this video just to entertain people. I made this video for the kind of person that can say "Good Job, my card was 4!" or "My card was not 4, but that was a nice try anyway." 9: Enjoy!!!