Introduction: Turnover Card
Effect: Spectator picks a card, remembers it, and slides it back to anywhere in the deck. The magician takes the deck and places it behind his back. He claims to be able to feel the ink on each card and how to figure out which card is which. He then claims to have found the Spectators card and to turn it over to prove that he found it. The magician then pulls the deck from behind his back and spreads out the cards. One card is face down when the rest are face up. The Spectator looks at the card and of course...it's his card.
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