Premise Power & Participation Vol. 3 by David Regal and L & L Publishing video DOWNLOAD
In Volume 3 of his collection, magician David Regal presents a variety of mind-blowing tricks that are sure to impress any audience. One of the highlights is "Lucky Seven," a self-working prediction effect that includes Regal's latest touches. Another standout is "Control Yourself," where two spectators are given the ability to find their own selections from a shuffled deck. "Clandestine Collectors" offers a unique twist on the collector's theme, while "Not This" provides impromptu mentalism using just paper and a pencil. "Coincidence Deck" is a display of amazing sympathy that can involve everyone in the room. Additionally, "A Simple Woodcutter" showcases a prediction carved into a plank of wood that matches the top card of a shuffled deck.
Lucky Seven (from Constant Fooling) - An incredible self-working prediction effect, presented complete with Regal's latest touches.
Control Yourself (from Constant Fooling) - A shuffled-deck impossibility. Two spectators are given the ability to find their own selections.
Clandestine Collectors (from Close-Up & Personal) - A handling of the collector's theme with some uniquely sneaky elements.
Not This (from Constant Fooling) - Anytime, anywhere impromptu mentalism. All you need is paper and a pencil.
Coincidence Deck (from Constant Fooling) - A display of amazing sympathy that can involve everyone in the room.
A Simple Woodcutter (unpublished) - Spectators shuffle the deck, yet the top card matches the magician's prediction . . . which is carved into a plank of wood.
Off-Color Thought (from Constant Fooling) - A visually perfect switch with myriad applications.
Mystic Poker (from Close-Up & Personal) - A new plot. The spectator draws any card that can be found in a royal flush onto a blank card . . . then the magician magically prints the other cards needed to fill out the hand!
Mucilaginous Monte (from Constant Fooling) - A monte with sequences that will slay.