Dan White Turns Random Math into a Personalized Gift for Jimmy Fallon

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Published on November 7, 2019

Dan White uses Jimmy, The Roots and the entire Tonight Show audience to pull off a trick involving a series of random numbers and a scarily accurate Google search.

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20 comments

  • Pauleen Bajwa 7 months ago

    I’m just waiting for the comments that explain how he pulled this off

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  • Mo Mentum 7 months ago

    Quickmaths! Scooby Doo Pa Pa

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  • Iron Fan 7 months ago

    *We did it.*

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  • Rene Robyn 7 months ago

    Dan White, Pls predict 2020. Trump Yes? No?

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  • sable marlette Greek 7 months ago

    These were more impressive than the ones he did on the show!

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  • shimmy 1973 Schermerhorn 7 months ago

    The brain does remember every biological and mental thought or process that was ever created or occurred. We’re just not aware of it until something triggers that occurance. Biological phenomena.

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  • Fazal828 7 months ago

    How he do that

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  • 148 03 7 months ago

    1:53 wow that bish looks so triggered haha

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  • cantthinkofone77 7 months ago

    Jimmy drunk…

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  • 148 03 7 months ago

    So.. this magic is supposed to be super complicating to the point where people don’t understand it so it’s magic? But I’m following all along perfectly fine and it just seems like a bunch of bulshit… Like short changers gas stations….

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  • J Baldwin 7 months ago

    First three people all grabbed the ball from it heading to their neighbour, yikes New York.

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  • iisansann 7 months ago

    Quest’s drum set looks too good

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  • Christian Olson 7 months ago

    the people in the audience had to be planted. the trick is how easy it is to get that paper ball to a specific person.

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  • shaner193 r 7 months ago

    It isn’t good when it seems to staged and predictable.

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  • tanvi amin 7 months ago

    What if all the band members had the same number? I don’t know I felt that part was a bit rushed 😛

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  • dman01 7 months ago

    Impressive, but no one beats David Blaine

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  • jumerry 7 months ago

    The most impressing part was him actually doing math on paper ?

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  • Queenofwheels 7 months ago

    Why is everybody trying to figure out how he did it? Just enjoy the damn clip and shutup

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  • Nick Young 7 months ago

    for everyone that is tryna solve this, the only real question is to figure out how he got the audience to chose the number 13653. the core of this trick comes down to 13653 (audience chose) – 2444 (audience paper) = 11209

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  • Elausis 7 months ago

    Fantastic!!!

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