I just recieved a link to this page that says it can read my mind. I know it stupid. I want to know how it works. It only uses a few symbols, so there is a good chance it will pick the right number, though it should eventually be wrong and it never is.
I don’t like web pages that claim to read my mind.
This has been discussed in several recent threads. The math trick forces an answer that’s a multiple of nine, and all those numbers (9, 18, 27, . . . 72, 81, 90) have the same symbol. The symbol changes with each iteration of the game.
Scarlett67, if Monty is talking about what I think he is talking about, then he might be making fun of me for an earlier thread I posted.:rolleyes: I couldn’t find that thread in a search because I don’t remember the name.
Monty, I think you’d better try it again: Write down all the cards at the beginning – 7 of hearts, 8 of clubs, whatever – and compare with the cards at the end. I think you will find that none of the ending cards are the same as the ones at the beginning. What’s more, your download version uses the same cards every time, which makes it even more obvious!
Sorry Monty.:o I’m just a little paranoid. I started another thread asking about a card trick similar to the one you tried to get me to see (which I couldn’t download and I’m not going to worry to much about it either). It’s played exactly like the game Scarlett67 set up the link to, except it was introduced by David Copperfield. If I could find the thread I would post it here so you could see what I mean.