Think of a number with two digits. For example, 43. Follow the Magic Gopher's instructions and he will amaze you by telling you what number you chose.

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Did he get your number right? How does he do it?!

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Cleopatra123 28 October, 2017 - 19:36

when i first played this game I was shocked,but now I know that is not magic and I don't mind it

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renac21 26 October, 2017 - 16:28

there are many similar symbols on the paper
and he does not know which symbol you choosed , he shows haphazard....

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Solver 3 June, 2017 - 18:14

It's pretty easy he says pick a 2 digit number wich all of them equals with the numbers equal to the number nine.

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catastrophe 5 May, 2017 - 17:34

Yeah, he gets it right... because, look, if you try to add both the digits of a two digit number, and subract it with the original, it always gives a multiple of nine. And if look in the paper that the gopher gives us, it has the same symbol for the multiples of nine. He changes the card each time because we'll get a doubt if the same symbol comes again and again.
For example:
65= 6+5=11
65-11=54
54=6*9
Another one:
79=7+9=16
79-16=63
63=7*9
And even though it's the same multiple, you'll get different symbols...
PS: Please don't take this in the wrong way. I don't want to criticise the game. It's just that I've figured out the logic:)

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