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Easy Prediction Tricks

Easy Magic Trick: The Clock Prediction
Here's an easy prediction with a clock. You can use any clock face or analog watch or simply use the image that we provide. Your spectator freely names a number and after a few phases of counting around the clock, will land on a number. Amazingly, you have predicted this outcome.

The Killer Prediction 2
You lay an envelope down onto the table and explain that there is a prediction written inside. You bring out a deck of cards, show the cards to be different and ask a spectator to name a number. Based on the freely named number, a card is selected. When the letter inside the envelope is opened and read, it states the exact card that was chosen.

Easy Trick: The Film Prediction
You ask several people to name a movie. Each is written on a slip of paper, folded and thrown it into a bowl. You write the name of one of the films on a final slip and set the prediction in plain view. Another spectator reaches into the bowl and pulls out a movie title, which is read aloud. And your prediction turns out to be the very same film.

Easy Tricks: The Best of the Predictions
Who hasn’t fantasized about being able to tell the future? In this compilation, we’ve put together the best of our prediction tricks. In these effects, you ask a spectator to make a decision and somehow, you have predicted the outcome. We offer lots of effects and diabolical methods.

Interactive Web Magic: "The Clock"
Here’s an interactive magic trick that works across the web and you can have fun showing your friends. The secret is based on a simple mathematical principle.

Interactive Magic: The Mystery Wheel
Here's a web-based magic trick. Even though you select a random number, we’re going to try and predict where you will end up. Take a magic journey.

Easy Magic: The Calendar Trick
Here’s a quirky trick that relies on a little known fact. You show a spectator a piece of paper and ask them to name a month. After naming the month you refer to a yearly calendar, find the month’s page and select a column. You ask the spectator to add the numbers in that column. When the spectator opens the piece of paper, they find that their total matches the number that you have predicted.

Easy Trick: The Good Guess
You display a couple of cards, place them into a bag and then remove one. When you ask your spectator which one remains, he or she is always right or wrong. It’s your choice and completely under your control.

Easy Magic: Telephone Predictor
Here's one of those mathematical oddities that somewhat masquerades as a magic trick. Your spectator, with calculator in hand, performs a series of calculations. And surprise, at the end, he or she is looking at their telephone number. We walk you through the steps and at the end, display them all on a single page that you may print out.

Easy Trick: Mind Reader
A spectator shuffles a deck of cards and memorizes the card at the bottom of the deck. So you can’t see the selected card, the deck is slipped back into its box. After a bit of mumbo-jumbo, psycho-babble, you’re able to tell the spectator the exact card that he is thinking of.

Easy Magic: A Dicey Card Prediction
Here's an ultra-easy card prediction that works with a pair of ordinary dice. Your friend rolls a pair of dice and uses the resulting number to count to a card in a deck. You then hand your friend a note that states the name of the card that he counted to. You have successfully predicted a card that was determined by the roll of the dice.

Easy Trick: The Mental Prediction
This is an old classic that is based on a quirk in mathematics. You can read it to a friend and have them follow along.

Easy Magic Trick: Card Prediction - Second Method
An easy method to predict a card that your spectator is going to select.

The Math Trick
Here’s an easy magic trick that we present as both an interactive/online trick.

Easy Magic Trick, Mentalism Prediction
Here's an easy magic trick, a mentalism-style prediction, which is great for kids and beginners. Here you accurately predict an object that a spectator will select from six that you have on display - a free choice. The trick is completely impromptu - all you need to do is collect six different objects - and at the end, you're clean. And this one...

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