(1 review, 5 customer ratings) ★★★★★
Imagine challenging an entire room of people to simultaneous games of Tic Tac Toe (aka. Noughts and Crosses). Everyone plays against you at the same time, and you boldly state that you will not lose one game in the room. You could even be blindfolded. True to your word you don't lose one of the games.
Although you won't always win (some will be a draw), you won't ever lose when you apply this fool-proof system known to very few.
This is not a gag but rather a proven system for pulling off a demonstration of just what's possible when you commit yourself to consistently work a proven plan.
1st edition 2019, 2 pages.
word count: 516 which is equivalent to 2 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Don Jarrard (confirmed purchase)
★★★★★ Date Added: Tuesday 06 September, 2022
Nice idea. It seems like the stunt where a number on a grid is circled. All the others in that row and column are crossed out. It is repeated until only 4 numbers remain. A 1-16 grid will always add to 34. I don't like the process even though spectators do have 4 choices each step. It is like the T.V. tricks David Copperfield performed years ago where people touched the T.V. screen. It may go well with a memory trick or add a number routine. If you do it make a cue list. Slightly recommend.