A mental masterpiece. You know the unknowable, with 100% certainty. https://t.co/SNUF3..

All Questions
This question shows effort and is useful and clear
-2
This question does not show effort, and is not useful or clear

VOICE TESTING by Jan Forster

Beyond the fact that with only 3 cards, you have at LEAST a 33% chance of being right, (heck 1 in 3), can this be made more convincing by increasing the number of cards? If there were say, 20 cards, and you were then able to say exactly what it was the first time, then that would be much greater than chance alone & indeed be much more convincing.


Asked at 01:54pm on May 7th, 2019 by kaplan123 (12 karma)
2 Answers
This answer is useful
0
This answer is not useful
Using the current method you must use only 3 cards.


Answered at 01:55pm on May 8th, 2019 by joshburch (234 karma)
This answer is useful
-1
This answer is not useful
It wouldn't be more convincing, 3 is enough.


Answered at 03:53am on May 12th, 2019 by Unibert (0 karma)
Login to answer
Bestsellers
See all bestsellers



Act Builder beta



     Get To Know Us

     Shipping and Store Policies

     Need Help?

Home | About Penguin Magic | The Penguin Foundation

Mail orders: Penguin Magic, 3299 Monier Circle, Unit A, Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
Call us at 800-880-2592 | International Dial: +1 707-317-6733

© 2002-2016 Penguin Magic. All Rights Reserved.
We hope you found the magic tricks you were looking for!