The video was made by Magic Makers, the company owned by Rob Stiff. He purchased certain items from the S.S. Adams company when they went out of business. One of those was DeLand's "Dollar Deck" (as it should rightly be called, but Adams mistakenly renamed it "The Automatic Deck" around 1919 or 1920).
I have to give credit where it's due: the version currently put on the market under the absurd title "The Million Dollar Deck" by Magic Makers is by far the best version of this deck ever printed. I think it's manufactured by USPC. The back and tricks are no different than before, but the quality of the cards is great.
It's hard to understand, 102 years after this deck was placed on the market, what an entirely new and ingenious idea it is. Imagine if you could look at the back of the top card of the deck and know the location of every card in the deck, and at what number it resides.
It will all be in my book.