A volunteer is asked to merely think of a three-digit number. Next, they are asked to take their thought of number and randomize it a bit by rearranging the digits to form a unique number. The participant is asked to concentrate on the first digit by associating it with a word on a list, while the performer looks away.
The participant is asked to imagine their word as an actual item directly in front of them and make a simple drawing of their thought of item. The performer (turned away) draws an item that matches the participants drawing. He then proceeds to reveal their random number and as a final kicker introduces a prediction based upon their random digits.
- no stooges
- nothing is ever seen or touched by the performer
- no peeks are used
- no weird maths or spelling
- no switches
- no phishing for numbers
- free choices
- additional ideas and tips
1st edition 2019, 6 pages.
word count: 1747 which is equivalent to 6 standard pages of text