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Two spectators are given a book each. They can fully examine them, read some passages if they wish and confirm they appear to be ordinary paperback books. A third spectator is asked to call out any page number (there are 125 pages in each book). The spectators turn to the freely selected page and note the first word.
Who wants $2,000?
That’s a stupid question. EVERYONE wants $2,000. And THAT’s what makes FLASH CASH such a POWERFUL illusion. IT DOESN’T JUST AMAZE PEOPLE; IT MAKES ‘EM JEALOUS.
You show the fronts (AND BACKS) of about 20 pieces of blank gray paper—the same color paper that the new U.S. $100 bills are printed on. Then a single $100 bill appears. THEN THE WHOLE STACK OF BLANK PAPER CHANGES TO $100 BILLS—FRONT AND BACK.