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Video: New mathematical card trick

I’ve done another maths video! If you missed it earlier this week, here’s a nice mathematical card trick I learned recently on a trip to Finland. Enjoy!

(Apologies that the last few seconds of the video cut off – apparently the 10-minute limit is actually a 9:49 limit and YouTube declined to notify me of this, or that they’d cut the end off.)

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