Algorithm for sorting a deck of cards, Data Structure & Algorithms

What is wrong with the following algorithm for sorting a deck of cards (considering the basic properties of algorithms)?

I. Put the cards together into a pile

II. For each card in the pile:

- Turn it face up

III. Sort the cards

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