As soon as the first spectator names a card, you fill in the information with a nailwriter. The second spectator reads the message — and must verify that the predicted card is correct. Obviously, this routine is intended for a stage situation, where the prediction card is not shown to the audience for the simple reason that most of the spectators would be too far away to see it. Thus, the use of the second spectator as 'verifier' is logical. The rest of the audience, of course, believe that she is holding the actual card named. Though the 'verifier' knows that the card she holds bears writing rather than a card face, she is equally baffled as to how the correct information got there so all are fooled.
A simple idea, but one which I believe has some merit.
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