A card is merely thought of by a spectator. The performer writes a prediction on a card and pockets it. The spectator is asked to remove his thought of card from the deck. When the performer's prediction is read aloud by another spectator it is found to match the spectator's card. At no time does the spectator state or reveal his card until after the spectator's thought of card has been read aloud.
This is based on a Harold Taylor idea. The clever method will put a big smile on your face.
1st edition 2020, PDF 4 pages, video 1 min 37 s.
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