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Kane Count

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Kane Count is a false count with four face-down cards where only two of the backs are shown. The count was developed by Peter Kane.

This count is explained in Kane (1982), page 62 with a trick named Passing the Alternation.

It's not an easy false count. You have to do two exchanges.