The five flower trick
You take a bouquet of flowers from a vase, consisting of five individual flowers. Count these five flowers clearly and then put one flower back in the vase.
Nevertheless, you still hold five flowers in your hand, one of which you put back in the vase.
You guessed it: you still have five flowers in your hand. This process is repeated until you end up holding two gorgeous, completely identical bouquets, each with five flowers.
Even if it is difficult to imagine the whole thing: the use of valuable marabou feathers conceals everything that could possibly be a trick secret. Both bouquets are guaranteed to look the same in terms of height and diameter.
You get a total of 10 for the five-flower trick! Magnificently crafted spring flowers, a routine polished to the last detail and two! Lectures by E. Böttcher in German.