Magic Math Sticks (Wooden) by Diamond Jim Tyler - Trick
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The magician introduces four wooden math sticks used in elementary schools to teach arithmetic. Each stick has four sides with four digits running in a column down each side. The spectator arranges the sticks in any order and calculates the sum. Before they can punch in the first set of numbers into a calculator or write anything down, the magician, like a superhuman computer, predicts the sum or calls it aloud. This can be repeated many times with a different result.