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Topic: Mind & Magic... A magicians choice
Message: Posted by: marky707 (Oct 5, 2003 04:34AM)
Can any describe the effect A magicians's Choice from "The Mind and Magic of David Berglas"? What exactly is this effect.
Message: Posted by: ThomasBerger (Oct 5, 2003 06:16AM)
The effect is, that you know which object a spectator will select from a line of about 10-20 objects.

Berglas tends to have quite a few objects, 10-20 or so, and does it twice so that he has 2 objects selected.

Both objects are predicted (read "forced"), so you know the outcome.

From this simple effect, he develops more complex routines he uses in Tradeshows etc.

Cheers.
Tom B.
Message: Posted by: Thoughtreader (Oct 6, 2003 03:01PM)
A simplified, walk around version can be found with Jack Dean's effect "Objective".
PSIncerely Yours,
Paul Alberstat
Message: Posted by: medaca (Oct 27, 2003 09:35PM)
Can you tell more about this effect? seems great. :babyface:
Message: Posted by: Thoughtreader (Oct 29, 2003 03:48PM)
A complete and accurate description can be found at http://www.mindguy.com/store

PSIncerely Yours,
Paul Alberstat