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Russell Davidson
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Mark Striving's 'Challenge Name a Card' seems to have resurfaced on many UK magic stores.

I also see 'Two Deck Coincidence' by Repro Magic.

I've read the old posts on this but I'm wondering if anyone can answer this -

Challenge name a card says the card is merely thought of whereas the other it seems the card is physically selected. Bar that it seems the same.

Perhaps someone who has these could confirm if there is any difference?

I don't want a list of similiar effects either. Just the question posted answered. Thank you.
Roland Choo
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I have placed my order with Hocus Pocus and it should arrive soon.

Will be writing a review on this gimmick.

I like strong magic to open my show and am looking forward to using this.

Currently, I am using Modern Times by Henry Evans. Good and strong.
Roland Choo
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My stuff finally arrived! I have tried it out as well. Although this is not really the latest trick because I saw magicians did this trick 2-3 years ago, it is a very easy to do (self-contained) trick. Good for close-up and it can do on parlor as well.
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