You hold the deck of cards in the right hand facing you. The initial order of the package is agreed with your match. This order constitutes the key base.
1 Decline in wild black position: You're back on a black joker place (you swap with the card that is right behind him). If the joker is black in last position it passes behind the top card (ie, second).
2 Decline of red joker two positions: You're back on red joker two cards. If it was
last position, he moved into third position, he was in last position before it goes into the second.
3 Double cut with respect to wildcards. In Do locate the two jokers and you switch the card deck located above the first joker is with the deck which is below the joker who is second. In this op'eration color jokers is unimportant.
4 Coupe simple etermin'ee by the last one map: you look at the last one and you evaluate his card number in order of Bridge EFLE very heart-tile-and-pic in every color ace, 2 , 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, jack, queen and king (the ace of clubs and a number 1, the King of Spades was number 52). Wildcards are
by convention num'ero 53. If num'ero of the last one map is n you take the first n cards from the top of the package and place derri `ere other cards except the last one which is the last card.
5 Playing a letter pseudo-random: You look num'ero the first card, this number is n n You count cards from the beginning and you look at the map when you arrive (the n + 1-i nd), m is its number. If it is a wildcard you redo an operation complete mixing and playback
(Dots 1-2-3-4-5). If you subtract exceeds 26 m 26. The number between 1 and 26 thus obtained is a letter that is associated with the next letter in the keystream.
The read operation does not change the order of the deck.
You do the same for the other letters of keystream. When you have one enough you can encode your message.
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