Two cards are selected, noted, and returned to the deck. The cards are shuffled, some face up and some face down. Then, with the aid of a "divining rod" - in this case, a coin - the magician locates the first card instantly. Next, a spectator finds the second card, in the same, but more surprising way. Finally, the selections are reinserted into the deck and with a snap of the fingers, the entire mish-mash of cards rights itself, except for the two selections. It's a kicker ending to an already strong, interactive trick.