I have just read this trick in "The James File." It's called "32 1/2 Faces North, North-East."
After the telling and explaining of James version of the trick there are several variations by other magicians. David Ben requires you to cover your eyes with your hand, while Howard Lyons version needs the spectator to spin around quickly.
Bob Farmer used the classic "Hey, look over there!" version (First described in Ibidem #3 (August 1955)) While Harry Lorayne uses the variation "Hey, look over there, is that Harry Lorayne?"
Tom Ransom requires you to short the deck of several cards and the rest are all seven of clubs, while Richard Kauffman uses a Svengali Deck.
Allan Slaight has a unique variation where he hires David Ben to do his version, then says "Taa-daa" at the end, while Patrick Watson shows a short documentary about Stewart James doing the trick in between the placement of the card at the bottom and the revelation of the card at the top.
And to end it all, Max Maven only uses four cards and at the end reveals that the other cards are all blank.