Do the impossible!
Astounding, easy- and even shows up for a small crowd!
Very simple to do and to understand, and perfect for young magicians as well.
A box with two big dice inside is given to your spectator.
One die is red, the other is green.
While your back is turned so you cannot see what he is doing, he removes the two dice from the box.
He freely chooses ANY number on the red die, and places the die back into the box with that number facing up.
He does the same with the green die.
He then puts the cover back on the box, and puts the box on the table in front of him.
When you turn around-
you INSTANTLY tell him which two numbers he chose!
And you tell him which number is on the red die, and which number is on the green one!
Very entertaining and amazing! See more PARTY FAVORS!
And you can repeat this immediately with a different spectator and different numbers!
History and Trivia:
Martin L. Sunshine invented the Color Vision Box concept.
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