Book review: “How Magicians Think”

Pick a card. Any card.

Don't show it to anyone. Just look at it, quick, and put it back in the deck anywhere at random. Now think about that card. Think about the number, the suit, how many symbols were on it, the color, the shape. Concentrate hard on the card you chose and then wonder – as in the new book "How Magicians Think" by Josuha Jay – what the magician . . .

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