The Jordan Count is the exact opposite of the Elmsley count. The Elmsley count places the card on the bottom. The Jordan Count hides the bottom card, and it places the cards back in their starting position. Begin with the hidden card on the bottom. You will need to do a block-push. Take the top card off the deck. It should be in your left hand. At the same time that you take the top card off the deck, you send back the bottom hand. Then, you will push two cards. Then, place your last card on top. That is your hidden card. Now, you are in position for another Elmsley. Hammond Count works for three cards. Elmsley and Jordan work for four.
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