Mind Chips by Mikame Craft

Rated 4.67 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

Product Description

Another great mentalism item from Mikame Craft.

Approx. Price: $50.00 (01/2004) ***

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3 reviews for Mind Chips by Mikame Craft

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    George Guerra

    Another interesting item by Mikame

    This is nice piece. The wood work on the cup is classic Mikame workmanship and very well done. However, my main disappointment are the chips–I would have preferred the chips to have been made in wood rather than the cheaper looking plastic…oh, well. The effect is well described by any dealer on the web.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Andy Martin

    I love this effect!

    This is a very simple and clean prediction effect that looks great and is very reasonably priced. Mikame Craft have thought of everything on this one. Reset is easy, the turned wood box for the chips is a delight and each move in the routine makes perfect sense.

    The basic effect is this: you show the box, tip out the 6 chips, place one on the top of the box as your prediction, then spread out the other 5 face down on the mat. The spectator chooses any one and it is stacked on top of your prediction chip. You then show the other 4 are all different colors, and turn over their chip and the prediction chip and they match. There are no sleights and there can be a different result for repeat performances and reset is a few seconds.

    The chips are made of a heavy plasic that will last a lifetime, and it is true that it would be nicer if they were made of wood but for the price its really hard to fault this effect. The reason they are using the plastic chips is because the chips were marketed separately as a different effect and all that Mikame have done is add the box. But by adding the box they turn this into a wonderful little piece and make use of the box in a number of ways that ensure the prediction is clean and smooth.

    I highly recommend this effect!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Joey Butler

    A Quick Addition for Multiple Performances

    I love this trick. It comes with two possible outcomes in color selection. (I am trying not to give anything away here.) To be able to have both available to me, I cut a "false bottom" out of black felt. That way, I can store the alternative color chip in the bottom of the box and still have it immediately available if someone says, "Hey, do that one with the chips again." This would make this trick more useful for walk around.

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