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From Jim Temple. Three cards are shown. Two have a red spot, one has a blue spot. Performer explains that this is a gambling game. If you can find the blue spot you win a $1.00, if you're wrong, you lose $1.00. Performer is going to show how he got taken. He shows blue card on top. He turns it face down and places it on the bottom. When he shows bottom card, it's a red one. He shows top card, it's red. He shows the middle one, it, too, is red. This means so far that he has lost $3.00 because every time he picks the card he thinks is blue, he gets the red. So performer says that he accused the gambler of not even
a blue one. He shows that bottom card is now a blue one, so he's lost another 41.00. Then he says that if it's on the bottom, it can't be on top. Wrong again, because there it is. Then he shows it also in center. So far, he's lost $6.00. So he says that the thinks gambler is using more than three cards. He counts them on the table showing just three. Now he' s lost $7.00. So performer says that gambler gave him a chance to get even, double or nothing. He shows one card has blue spot, other has red. Tell color of third card and we're even. Performer says he was wrong again and ended up losing $14.00. Performer turns over third card as he says this and it has $14 printed on it.
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