If you're expecting naked people, pictures of Las Vegas, or paint being removed from a house, this post isn't for you. If you're looking for a good time, read on!

Recently, there has been a spate of Ace sequencing going on, coast-to-coast. These trackers are looking for six-deck games with a hand shuffle that does not include a "strip." And they are doing quite well! The following video (one take with no script ... and it shows!) describes Ace sequencing, how it is done, and how to create a safe shuffle. Just as a "Turn" is the kill move for edge sorting, the "strip" is the kill move for sequencing. So, join the strip club!


 

Production issues: dogs barking (Rosey and Daisy) and TCEC noise in the background, not sitting in the center of the frame, ending too quickly, awkward hesitations, crappy riffling. Outright errors in what I say (you get to find those!).

Good stuff: nice haircut.

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received his Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Arizona in 1983. Eliot has been a Professor of both Mathematics and Computer Science. Eliot retired from academia in 2009. Eliot Jacobson