This is a very entertaining and also very amazing piece of mentalism from Larry Becker. Its a 3 way prediction with each prediction clean and convincing. What I like most about this is that it is one of the few mentalism routines I have that can be played for laughs but in the end really knocks them out. A great routine with well made props from Viking. Larry Becker recently bought a lite version out: $link(1198,Casino Light) which uses different methods and has a slightly different routine.
Needs Practice, but makes you look like an Expert!
Dean Dill’s magic often requires some practice – not finger flinging but rather some basic handling that needs to be memorized. So his stuff makes you work a bit, but its well worth it since at the end you look a lot more talented than you reall are 🙂 Now what do you think of them apples?
Even though Nick de Palma made this effect – which of course is not new with him – after I spent an hour changing the hardware it is a very nice effect. If you add it with the $link(871,Versadex Wallet) then you really do have a miracle!
Amazing props and great features: NO force (card is signed), Jumbo deck, beautiful thin frame (no card to hide), hands-free operation as stand need not be handled for release of selected card. The BEST!
This sword is beautiful! It looks like a real sword and if you see the audience reaction on the video clip you’ll know why I love it! Smooth action and very, very impressive to the lay person – particularly when you combine it with a $link(33,Marcelo Contento Card Fountain) – then you have a true miracle.
Seven Keys to Baldpate, by Theo Anneman and Mark Strivings, started a revolution of keys and lock effects. This one is one of the better ones since the box and the keys can be handled by the spectators and not once does the magician need to touch the box or keys. Very clean and beautifully made.
I really love this effect! It can certainly be played for laughs, but with a very real sense of Danger. The secret with this one is to really throw it around, and make sure everyone realizes how sharp the knife is. When done right, this is always a crowd pleaser!
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