01: A deck of cards is introduced, shuffled and shown to the spectators as a mixed up deck of cards
02: The deck is spread face up on the surface and the performer quickly scans through the cards from one end to the other before closing the deck
03: After a few moments in thought, the performer explains his ability to simulate a photographic memory and begins to offer a demonstration
04: The deck is randomly cut into two piles and a spectator is invited to freely choose whichever pile they want
05: The performer writes down a 2-digit-number as a prediction at the top of his pad of paper for all to see
06: The spectator then selects a card from their chosen pile; this card is seen by all and written on the pad of paper and left aside (face down)
07: The performer states how many cards he thinks are held by the spectator and writes this number down...
08: The cards are counted and the performers guess is correct
09: The performer then writes down how many of each coloured card he thinks are held by the spectator and writes down the numbers
10: The cards are separated by colour and counted, the performers guess is once again correct
11: The performer then predicts how many cards from each suit is held by the spectator, he is correct again
12: The performer then, one-by-one correctly names every card held by the spectator other than one card which is named last... The spectators selected card.
13: All the numbers written on the pad are then added together by the spectator; the final number matches the two-digit prediction written down at the beginning of the demonstration
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