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Discussion in 'Magic Forum' started by JackBauerTK421, Mar 10, 2015.
WikiTest by Marc Kerstein is TOP.
Pretty impressive yea! Any reference on how can we do that trick?
Yes, for me the iPhone number prediction trick is the best because it is totally impromptu, with anyone's phone, and it's suspicious in any way because it uses an app people are familiar with and assume can't be manipulated to do what you want. Apps that are only used for magic are very fishy and for me, don't go down well with audiences.
I haven't performed the trick in a while but here's how I remember it if I'm correct:
- You enter the number you are memorising. I'll use 8675 as an example, let's say.
- Multiply 8675 by 1
- Add 0 to this
- Then hit multiply again
Once you've hit multiply, you can start the effect of multiplying many numbers together, they can be as big or small as you or the spectator like. Then hit equals and the answer should be the number you pre-entered, so 8675 for example.