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Show your spectators a 50 euro banknote, and put it inside a wallet. Zip the wallet closed, and lock the zipper with a padlock. Now shuffle the key that opens the padlock with other seven similar keys that do not open it. Invite seven spectators to freely choose seven keys, leaving the last one for yourself. Offer to give as a present the 50 euro to the person who has chosen the key that opens the padlock. Make sure that the choice of the keys is absolutely free above any doubt.
Naturally the key that opens the padlock will be always the one that is left for you!
• The wallet measures cm 11,5x 10x 1,5.
• In the instructions you will also find a very nice alternative presentation suitable for a mentalism routine.
The magician puts a deck of cards on the table closed into the case.
A spectator freely thinks of a card and name it. The magician takes the deck opens it in his hands and shows how a single card is turned on the back. Clearly this is the card named by the spectator.
• An effect of big impact on the public because the card is freely thought. The spectator can name any card in the deck.
Three examples of mind reading in one!
The magician introduces a board with six spaces for writing on it. He writes down three predictions in three spaces on the board, and covers them up.
The spectator then writes down three different pieces of information, one in each remaining space.
Slowly and deliberately, the magician reveals all three predictions he made to match the spectator's - perfectly!
No memory work, sleight of hand or other complicated methods. This is a tried and tested trick that you will love to perform. The perfect pocket magic trick.
Made in the USA .
The magician shows six cards full of numbers and asks a spectator to think of a number from 1 to 63. Then asks the spectator to hand him the card which has the number he thought of. Incredibly the magician will be able to reveal it!
• The cards are poker size.
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Some cards are shuffled, separated in two face down piles and one pile is handed to a spectator.
Both the magician and the spectator put their respective piles behind their backs, freely choose a card, and then swap them.
These cards are put back in the center of the respective piles upside down.
When the two piles are fanned, the chosen cards turn out to be exactly the same! Just when the audience starts to believe that all the cards must be the same, the two piles are turned face up and the cards are shown to be the same… but all different from the two selections!•
Easy to do, sets up in seconds, does not need a table.
• Perfect for your card magic performances, and really practical for street magic.
• Bicycle poker size cards supplied. The value of the cards, their color, and the color of the backs can differ from the ones seen in the video.
The magician miraculously guesses the color chosen by a spectator from a six-color die, even though this is closed inside a box.
• Easy to do!
• No forcing occurs, colors are freely chosen.
• Full color instructions and box.
• The box is cm 3 x 3.
The magician shows the audience a large (36 x 22 cm) (14" x 9") plastic panel which shows 21 symbols of different colors and shapes. He gives the panel to a member of the audience who he asks to select one of the symbols (alternatively that person may ask another to point to one of the symbols). It is important that the magician must not see what is chosen. He can turn his back, or even leave the room while the selection is made.Next, the magician shows 8 panels, one at a time, on each of which a number of the symbols are scattered. The member of the audience is asked to answer with a yes or no, whether he/she sees the chosen symbol on the given panel. The magician then looks into the eyes of his chosen assistant, and states several characteristics pertaining to him/her on the basis of which the magician is able to determine in a completely logical manner which symbol was selected.The panels can be examined immediately.