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THE AUTOMAGIC PREDICTOR: Will you be THE ONE who finally figures how this puzzle works?

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The Automagic Predictor is a fascinating puzzle or rather, the perfect self-working magic trick: it is free, perfect (requires no sleight of hand), and it can be done instantly.

You can use the Automagic Predictor to instantly amaze yourself as well as your friends. But how does the Automagic Predictor work? Why does it make the correct 'prediction' every time?

Please share your views and theories.

Thanks.

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THE AUTOMAGIC PREDICTOR: Will you be THE ONE who finally figures how this puzzle works?

  1. 1. THE AUTOMAGIC PREDICTOR: WILL YOU BE THE ONE WHO FINALLY FIGURES HOW THIS PUZZLE WORKS?<br />Put your finger on ANY person as your first candidate. (You could also ask a friend to follow processes a, b, and c.)<br />Use the Identification Number (ID) of the first candidate and count clockwise, starting from the next person. At the end of your count, your finger should be resting on the second candidate.<br />The second candidate picks the next president of the USA as follows: use the ID of the second candidate and again count clockwise, starting from the next person. Your finger will end up on the President of the USA. Try it again!<br />2. Mitt Romney<br />1. John McCain<br />3. Hillary Clinton<br />12. Barack Obama<br />4. Bill Richardson<br />10. Rudy Giuliani<br />9. John Edwards<br />WHO WILL BE THE NEXT PRESIDENT?<br />(Start from any candidate)<br />11. Mike Huckabee<br />6. Ron Paul<br />5. Joe Biden<br />7. Chris Dodd<br />8. Sarah Palin<br />Copyright Dr. Rod King. 2009.<br />http://tradeoffmap.ning.com<br />
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