Roy Horn, of the famous Siegfried and Roy magician duo, was attacked by a white tiger during his act on October 3, 2003.

The tiger, a 7 year old named Montecore, came as a shock to both magicians, who had never had trouble with any of their cats before. Roy cried out for people not to hurt the tiger even as he lay bleeding on the stage.

By April 2004, Roy Horn had returned home to recuperate, but the show had not been resumed. He was honored as Citizen of the Month by the Las Vegas City Council.

Siegfried is working on a TV series based on white tigers at the moment. They still maintain their stable of animals in Las Vegas, and have hopes of resuming some form of entertainment in the future.

This trick has you reading your victim's mind, knowing what number they are going to end up with!

Have your victim start with any number - although warn them that they're going to be doing math with it so it should be reasonably small.

Ask them to multiply that number by itself. Then add their original number to that total.

Now have them divide by their original number. Now add 19.

Finally, have them subtract their original number, and then divide by 4.

Now have them assign a letter to the number with the A=1, B=2, C=3 technique.

Have them think up an animal that begins with that letter.

ELEPHANT!

This trick has you reading your victim's mind, knowing what number they are going to end up with!

Have your victim start with any number - although warn them that they're going to be doing math with it so it should be reasonably small.

Ask them to multiply that number by itself. Then add their original number to that total.

Now have them divide by their original number. Now add 19.

Finally, have them subtract their original number, and then divide by 4.

Now have them assign a letter to the number with the A=1, B=2, C=3 technique.

Have them think up an animal that begins with that letter.

ELEPHANT!

This trick has you reading your victim's mind, knowing what number they are going to end up with!

Have your victim start with any number - although warn them that they're going to be doing math with it so it should be reasonably small.

Ask them to multiply that number by itself. Then add their original number to that total.

Now have them divide by their original number. Now add 19.

Finally, have them subtract their original number, and then divide by 4.

Now have them assign a letter to the number with the A=1, B=2, C=3 technique.

Have them think up an animal that begins with that letter.

ELEPHANT!

This trick has you reading your victim's mind, knowing what number they are going to end up with!

Have your victim start with any number - although warn them that they're going to be doing math with it so it should be reasonably small.

Ask them to multiply that number by itself. Then add their original number to that total.

Now have them divide by their original number. Now add 19.

Finally, have them subtract their original number, and then divide by 4.

Now have them assign a letter to the number with the A=1, B=2, C=3 technique.

Have them think up an animal that begins with that letter.

ELEPHANT!

This trick has you reading your victim's mind, knowing what number they are going to end up with!

Have your victim start with any number - although warn them that they're going to be doing math with it so it should be reasonably small.

Ask them to multiply that number by itself. Then add their original number to that total.

Now have them divide by their original number. Now add 19.

Finally, have them subtract their original number, and then divide by 4.

Now have them assign a letter to the number with the A=1, B=2, C=3 technique.

Have them think up an animal that begins with that letter.

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