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simplymagicweb
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Yesterday I used it as follows - spectator asked to think of a famous celebrity, which is peeked by your fav method. Then the DFB brought in play and if the celeb is on the list.... BOOM! Obviously if the celeb isn’t on the list, then just proceed reveal the peeked info and don’t bring the DFB into play but if it is on the list.... OMG, they freak! It’s a double whammy
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On Jun 4, 2018, simplymagicweb wrote:
Yesterday I used it as follows - spectator asked to think of a famous celebrity, which is peeked by your fav method. Then the DFB brought in play and if the celeb is on the list.... BOOM! Obviously if the celeb isn’t on the list, then just proceed reveal the peeked info and don’t bring the DFB into play but if it is on the list.... OMG, they freak! It’s a double whammy


You will be intrested to know that on the next series of Fool us, Simon Pierro handed out his Phone with a list of 100 Celebrity’s and one person was asked to name a number (Think it was 46) then hand to Penn to confirmed all the names were different, and name at 46 was Marie Osmond

He then introduced a “3D Printer” to print Marie Osmond who happened to have a show at Hotel along the strip

I won't tell you if it did fool them as you will have to watch in September
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On Jun 4, 2018, simplymagicweb wrote:
Yesterday I used it as follows - spectator asked to think of a famous celebrity, which is peeked by your fav method. Then the DFB brought in play and if the celeb is on the list.... BOOM! Obviously if the celeb isn’t on the list, then just proceed reveal the peeked info and don’t bring the DFB into play but if it is on the list.... OMG, they freak! It’s a double whammy


You will be intrested to know that on the next series of Fool us, Simon Pierro handed out his Phone with a list of 100 Celebrity’s and one person was asked to name a number (Think it was 46) then hand to Penn to confirmed all the names were different, and name at 46 was Marie Osmond

He then introduced a “3D Printer” to print Marie Osmond who happened to have a show at Hotel along the strip

I won't tell you if it did fool them as you will have to watch in September


So who done the sneaky stuff?
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On Jun 4, 2018, simplymagicweb wrote:
Yesterday I used it as follows - spectator asked to think of a famous celebrity, which is peeked by your fav method. Then the DFB brought in play and if the celeb is on the list.... BOOM! Obviously if the celeb isn’t on the list, then just proceed reveal the peeked info and don’t bring the DFB into play but if it is on the list.... OMG, they freak! It’s a double whammy



I’ll have to play around with this idea. I like it. I think I might try this using wikitest ( SW Peek ) for the celebrity.
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Yes I agree but it’s not as strong as having the celebrity preset on the DFB list as in the above approach surely you have to mess about ticking the box next to the Celeb etc so too much suspicious fiddling around imo Tarik 🙂
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I agree. Could definitely look suspicious. But with Enough working and familiarizing yourself with the actions, followed by a little time misdirection. Someone could achieve this. I will admit that there are more actions than there are with it’s designed method. With some practice and memerizing most of the celebrities. It should be workable. There will be a lot of extra dedication to pulling this off. I still think it’s a nice idea to play with.
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Can see DFB working along side of Cheese Smile by Smagic Productions - Take the photo then use DFB to force the card.
warren
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Finally purchased this today Smile
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Got mine last week. Really like it,
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To be fair to Nick what ever he releases is excellent.
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This is my favourite and gets fantastic results... I start with placing a folded £5 note on the table and then as I’m placing the business card down next to the note I tell the spectator that I have made 2 predictions and if I get either of the predictions wrong then they can keep the fiver...because I make this statement as I’m placing the business card next to the note the spectator thinks my predictions are on the business card. I then start by telling the spectator that in my notes I have got a list of 100 celebrities, I ask them to name a number between 1 and 100... once they have told me the number I then do the dirty work and turn the phone to face the spectator, I ask them to open my “notes” and then open the list of celebrities and find the celebrity next to their chosen number ( Winston Churchill ) I then say...”is it fair to say that if you had chosen another number then you would be looking at a completely different celebrity” they always agree with that statement. I tell them to remember the celebrity and to close my “notes app” once they have done this I then take the phone and open the calculator. (Force calculator) a brilliant app for forcing any number much better than using toxic force and looks exactly the same as the apple calculator....
I then tell the spectator he or she is going to create a large random number, I ask the spectator to call out a 4 digit number, this is imputed into the calculator and then I press the times button and ask for another 4 digit number, I press the equals button and your force number appears on the screen (the forced number is the serial number on the five pound note) then either get the spectator to write down the number or just leave the phone on the table with the number showing. I then ask the spectator to look at my predictions and they automatically pick up the business card that says “to see my predictions open the £5....
When they do they see Winston Churchill and the matching serial number..obviously you can do the reveal however you want. This has been getting me fantastic reactions
I hope all that makes sense
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Real nice AceFace. This has been on my radar for a long time. Already have so many apps though. If my Iphone is lost or breaks, Im doomed.


What I like is this can be customized for corporate clients. Smile
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On Jun 16, 2018, AceFace wrote:
This is my favourite and gets fantastic results... I start with placing a folded £5 note on the table and then as I’m placing the business card down next to the note I tell the spectator that I have made 2 predictions and if I get either of the predictions wrong then they can keep the fiver...because I make this statement as I’m placing the business card next to the note the spectator thinks my predictions are on the business card. I then start by telling the spectator that in my notes I have got a list of 100 celebrities, I ask them to name a number between 1 and 100... once they have told me the number I then do the dirty work and turn the phone to face the spectator, I ask them to open my “notes” and then open the list of celebrities and find the celebrity next to their chosen number ( Winston Churchill ) I then say...”is it fair to say that if you had chosen another number then you would be looking at a completely different celebrity” they always agree with that statement. I tell them to remember the celebrity and to close my “notes app” once they have done this I then take the phone and open the calculator. (Force calculator) a brilliant app for forcing any number much better than using toxic force and looks exactly the same as the apple calculator....
I then tell the spectator he or she is going to create a large random number, I ask the spectator to call out a 4 digit number, this is imputed into the calculator and then I press the times button and ask for another 4 digit number, I press the equals button and your force number appears on the screen (the forced number is the serial number on the five pound note) then either get the spectator to write down the number or just leave the phone on the table with the number showing. I then ask the spectator to look at my predictions and they automatically pick up the business card that says “to see my predictions open the £5....
When they do they see Winston Churchill and the matching serial number..obviously you can do the reveal however you want. This has been getting me fantastic reactions
I hope all that makes sense


Does Android do a force calculator ?
AceFace
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I’m not sure if it’s available on Android....
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I have been using this and it is amazing.
warren
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On Jun 26, 2018, SethHoward wrote:
I have been using this and it is amazing.


Agreed I used this at a paid gig on Sunday and it went down very well Smile
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So easy and so much fun to perform. Rare that something can deliver the kinds of reactions this does with so little work on the performer's part.
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On Jun 16, 2018, AceFace wrote:
This is my favourite and gets fantastic results... I start with placing a folded £5 note on the table and then as I’m placing the business card down next to the note I tell the spectator that I have made 2 predictions and if I get either of the predictions wrong then they can keep the fiver...because I make this statement as I’m placing the business card next to the note the spectator thinks my predictions are on the business card. I then start by telling the spectator that in my notes I have got a list of 100 celebrities, I ask them to name a number between 1 and 100... once they have told me the number I then do the dirty work and turn the phone to face the spectator, I ask them to open my “notes” and then open the list of celebrities and find the celebrity next to their chosen number ( Winston Churchill ) I then say...”is it fair to say that if you had chosen another number then you would be looking at a completely different celebrity” they always agree with that statement. I tell them to remember the celebrity and to close my “notes app” once they have done this I then take the phone and open the calculator. (Force calculator) a brilliant app for forcing any number much better than using toxic force and looks exactly the same as the apple calculator....
I then tell the spectator he or she is going to create a large random number, I ask the spectator to call out a 4 digit number, this is imputed into the calculator and then I press the times button and ask for another 4 digit number, I press the equals button and your force number appears on the screen (the forced number is the serial number on the five pound note) then either get the spectator to write down the number or just leave the phone on the table with the number showing. I then ask the spectator to look at my predictions and they automatically pick up the business card that says “to see my predictions open the £5....
When they do they see Winston Churchill and the matching serial number..obviously you can do the reveal however you want. This has been getting me fantastic reactions
I hope all that makes sense


The Force Calculator is good, however, it doesn’t add a comma after 4 digits.
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Late to the thread but this is certainly a worker with endless possibilities. When Nick showed it to me back in February I was disappointed that there was no android version. As soon as I heard there was an android version it was a must. I am loving the adaptations of how to use it that people are creating especially Sean's version (simplymagicweb). The reactions to this tool are immense. Congratulations Nick (and Craig).
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I use this all the time just when out and about. My fountain drinks were free at the gas station this weekend because of it. Hey, I'll take it.

And the suggestion about also using Cheese Smile above? Hmm... I'm curious how it would go. That could be fun.

And now I gotta try the celebrity thing mentioned above. What's the segue to having them pick a number? Is the trick that it's a cool coincidence? Or "in tune minds"? Trying to see how to play it.
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