Preparation:

1. You need the ability to add single digit numbers quickly, and the high concentration.

Procedure:

1. Have a spectator write 8 random numbers, say 59,657,832

2. Ask him the number he had written one by one, with a slightly slower tempo (pause 2 seconds about every single number)

3. When the audience mentioned the numbers, the total liver numbers. In this case, 9 + 5 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 3 + 2 = 45.

4. Keep in mind that a sum of numbers obtained in point number 3. Now, tell the volunteers and then crossing out one number to randomize the remaining 7 digits. For example the spectator crossing number 9, and change the order to be 5,782,365.

5. Tell the audience mentioned the seven numbers that have been randomized one by one, with a slightly slower tempo (pause 2 seconds about every single number)

6. When the audience mentioned the numbers, the total liver numbers. In this 5 + 7 + 8 + 2 + 3 + 6 + 5 = 36. Remember this number.

7. Remember that the volunteers were free to choose the 8-digit number, crossing out one number, and randomize the order. Say that with a super memory, you can guess the number that crossed out by the volunteers.

8. To guess the number that crossed the volunteers, subtract the sum of the numbers that you remember the first time (at point number 3) with the number of new sum of the volunteers (point number 6). For this case, 45-36 = 9. Mean number of the volunteers were crossed out 9.

Note:

Having mastered this trick perfectly, you can use more than 8 digit number so that your performance is more impressive.

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