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A spectator selects a card from a deck, but is asked not to reveal its identity. An Eye Chart, in the form of a large plaque, is displayed on both sides. One side is simply printed EYE CHART whilst the other contains the usual lines of letters, these becoming smaller as they go down the chart. Holding the chart in front of the spectator, he points to different lines of letters, and here, funny gags are introduced. Even the last line, in very tiny small letters – You need to go to Specsavers brings about a few chuckles. When the performer hinges over the card, a cut-out section appears and blocks out most of the letters, but leaves the letters

K O F D showing through.