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by Stefan Olschewski

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Weight a Second by Stefan Olschewski

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A spectator is asked to freely cut a shuffled deck of playing cards and hide the cut-off portion in his pocket, while the magician is standing far from the table with his head turned away.

The spectator puts the remaining cards back into the case and hands it to the magician. Without even looking at it, the magician weighs the card case in his hands. He is immediately able to tell the spectator the exact number of cards that are in the spectator’s pocket.

  • Can even be done blindfolded
  • The case is not gimmicked
  • No force of any kind
  • No stooges
  • No questions
  • No fishing
  • No calculating
  • Nothing to remember

1st edition 2008; 13 pages.
word count: 2281 which is equivalent to 9 standard pages of text

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