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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.

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