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You mention that this side is number 4, so you make a figure 4 RIGHT OVER THE FIGURE 1, IN SHORT, CHANGING THE FIGURE 1 INTO A FIGURE 4 BY THE ADDING OF THE TWO SHORT LINES. Drop your hand and show this side perfectly blank numbered. Repeat that you have shown and numbered all four sides and hand cards to spectator to hold. WHEN OPENED HE FINDS THE NAME OR MESSAGE ON A NUMBERED SIDE AND ALL NUMBERS CHECK AND CARDS MAY BE KEPT BY THE SPECTATOR, AS NOTHING CAN BE FOUND WRONG. html (3 sur 3) [13/04/03 13:29:04] Instantaneous Card Memory Annemann's Mental Miracles Next | Previous | Contents Instantaneous Card Memory Heretofore, memory work has necessitated a lot of study with mnemonics and word key lists.

6). The writing is now on underside of the top card and the figure you just wrote is on the underside of the lower card. Practice this move as it is very simple and natural in making. A clean surface is now on top, and still holding left hand up, remark that this will be side No. 2. Write the figure 2 in upper left corner and then lower hand and show the full surface of card bearing figure 2. Once more raise your hand and make exactly the same move as before, turning top card outwards and bringing it down behind other.

Then to wave his hand over them and then turn face up any card on table he chooses. Ask him to call out the value of the card to first gentleman with the book. Performer asks first man to COUNT DOWN to the word at that NUMBER--on whatever page he has book opened at. Ask him to remember the word and then close book. The word is then revealed by any method selected by the performer. But, you ask, how does performer know which page has been selected? Another subtle point! In any printed matter containing numbered pages, regardless of what it is, when the book or magazine is open before you, the EVEN NUMBER is always on the LEFT--and the ODD on the RIGHT.

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