On the evening of October 28, 2010, at the Chisholm Trail Expo Center in Enid, Oklahoma, Kreskin climaxed his evening performance, as he traditionally does, with a committee of strangers picked from the audience and handed them a check, at which point he was then escorted from the gigantic center into a backstage area, where another group guarded him, to establish they could not see or hear what was taking place. His check was hidden anywhere in the entire audience setting. He was then called back, meeting the committee at the stage front. He announced as he has through the years that should he fail to find the check, he would forfeit the fee and the program would be for free. There was never one moment of conversation. No questions were asked. The committee members were simply asked to concentrate on the location of the check. In less than 10 minutes, he led his subject, who was concentrating, up through the staircases leading to the very top of this amphitheatre and walking up to a row he decided upon. He found his way partly across, dropped to the floor, and found the check hidden under the seat….the one seat it was hidden under, amongst 8,000 seats in the Expo Center.