I think Chuck's routine is on one of his videos, however the basic premise is that he has about five people come up. Each person in turn chooses a card and it's "shuffled" back into the deck. (This bit is funny for laymen due to Chick's less than sincere efforts to shuffle the deck, and to magicians because he's forcing the same card on each of the participants)
He then starts calling out cards, as he pulls them from the deck and tosses them around when no one hears his card. The idea is that when they hear their card, they can go back to their seats. Chuck goes from person to person, getting more and more frustrated. It starts to seem remarkable that he hasn't found anyone's card yet, he's trossed most of the deck on the floor.
Finally, he's down to one card, which he hopes at least belongs to someone. He names it, and they all leave the stage at once.
That's the basic premise. You need to see the bits and stuff that Chuck uses to make the piece work.
As long as we're on the subject, Mr. Fayne's whole act that I'm familiar with "packs small, plays huge". Add to the list: The Card on the Seat, The Color Changing Silks, Bill in Fruit, all as done by Chuck Fayne.
I'm currently working the bugs out of the same thing. The keys in a "no props" act for me are: 1)Visibility, especially in the opener, 2)getting the audience to appreciate the "propless" feature as a strength, and 3)Doing something other than mentalism.
I'll tell you I had a great routine that combined "Smoking your thumb" with "Multiplying Pipes" "Cigarette vanish in Bill" and the "Bill in the Cigar" that fit this premise, but it was killed by the anti-tobacco lobby. I used to close with it, but now we're back to square one.
What do you think about music in a "propless" act?