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Computer Age Cards – Pack of 12 (TM)
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Computer Age Cards – Pack of 12 (TM)
Computer Age Cards – Pack of 12 (TM)
Item #: 21773 (M6-17-4)
Unit: Pack of 12

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A spectator is asked to choose a number from one to sixty. The magician shows several cards with different numbers on them and asks the spectator to give him all the cards that contain his chosen number. The magician then immediately reveals the spectator's selected number.


You get the colorful cards and instructions.

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The magician reveals the spectator's mentally-selected number!