A Day At the Races
Two volunteers are give a copy of today's newspaper. A third person is given two sealed envelops. One is marked with the first volunteer's name. Like wise the second envelop is marked with the second volunteer's name. They both randomly select a page from the newspaper and using the page numbers they are guided to a two separate races and horses in those races. When the envelopes are opened the names of each of the volunteer's horse is found to be inside the envelope that bares the volunteer's name.No switches, no stooges, no slight of hand. Can be played as an amazing prediction or a nefarious plot by the race tracks, the newspaper and organized crime to get the names of specific horses into the hands of their minion across the city.
- Electronic book text
- 07 Sep 2011
- Morrisville, NC, United States