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A extremely quick and magical version of this classic in Magic. This is
ideal as an opener and is guaranteed to take them by surprise. Plus an
explanation of a bonus version that stays true to the original plot.
Based on Derren Brown's effect "Double Think". The magician
slowly reveals the name of a chosen card by reading body language. He
then proves that he knew the name of a merely thought of card, right from
the very beginning.
The aces are instantly produced from a shuffled pack and placed into the
box. The magician attempts to find the kings but finds the aces again
instead. The cards in the box turn out to be the kings.
Out Of 3 Ain't Bad
First spectator removes a card, second peeks at a card and a third merely
thinks of a card. All three cards are found from a shuffled pack ending
with the magician getting the thought of card, on the nail, every time.
The magician has four attempts to find a chosen card. All four cards are
wrong then one card magically changes into the chosen card and as a kicker
the other cards suddenly change into its three mates.
Ace Of Spades
The ace of spades is placed into the box. A card is merely thought of.
Astonishingly the two cards change places.
Thought Of Cards
Two spectators each think of a card. The magician places a card inside
the box. Without any questions he finds the first thought of card. The
other thought of card turns out to be the one placed into the box.
Three cards chosen and a rollercoaster sandwich routine with multiple
moments of magic.
The name of a randomly chosen stranger is used to find a chosen card.
Please do not overlook this effect, it gets great reactions despite the
The spectator makes a series of choices, narrowing the deck down to one
card. Amazingly, it matches the card being held in full view on the magicians
outstretched palm from the very start. No wordplay, no equivoque, an extremely
direct version of the classic "Open Prediction" effect.
The pack is used as a computer, producing information that leads to a
chosen card. All seems to have gone wrong until the magician turns the
tables, leading to a kicker ending. This is Paul's version of the classic
effect "Dunbury Delusion".
A chosen card is lost in the pack which is then placed into the box. Only
the four aces remain. Suddenly the aces go on a magical journey, leaving
a surprise discovery of the chosen card.
This is Paul's version of the all time classic "The Travellers".
It is a tour de force of many magical moments and has produced gasps from
a room full of magicians on more than one occasion.
The magician shows the spectators is skills by finding all the best cards
in a shuffled deck. He then amazes them even more by revealing just how
he did it.
Based on the Paul Harris effect "Wack The Pack", a merely thought
of card, disappears from under the spectators hand and reappears inside
the cardbox. Taking the Paul Harris classic to the next level, this effect
stuns both laypeople and magicians alike.