Imagine this perfect effect: A spectator selects and remembers a playing card by freely touching any card in the deck with his index finger. Another spectator names a random number between 1 and 52. The chosen card is found in the exact desired position of the deck.
And these are the advantages of Christian Knudsen's "Photographic Memory":
- * You can spread out the cards openly and entirely at any given time, the audience views an entire deck and no duplicates can be detected.
- * The front and back side of all cards can be shown without restraint, they are not specially printed.
- * The spectator may select any number between 1 and 52, he is not limited in his choice.
- * Handling is not subject to secret maneuvers.
- * The deck is simply picked up and the cards are counted out to the desired number.
- * No memorized deck.
- * No calculations in the back of your mind.
- * Utmost concentration on selling the effect to the audience.
- * No stooges or pre-show work.
- * Only one deck of cards is used.
- * Ready for action again immediately after the performance.