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Mystery
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Is there actually a no-force triple prediction that can be done close-up and resets easily?

If so, please let me know.
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If you look around, you will find one. I remember seeing this, but I don't remember where. I think it was in a book or DVD.

If you want it bad enough, then you will find it. I don't think therezs anything wrong with a force triple prediction. Think of Casino Royale by Larry Becker. That's probably one of the best predictions on the market (entertainment wise), and it uses forces.
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Check out Osterlind's CoM. Not 100% forceless, but still...
Mystery
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I love Osterlind's version, but I keep dreaming.
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Instead of dreaming, start looking around and experimenting with the plethora of three-tem prediction type routines that are out there. I personally enjoy using the RICHIE TECHNIQUE put out by Docc Hilford a few years back as well as some of Cassidy's thoughts on the 3-Envelope routine, both are well worth investigating due to their cleanliness. Then again, there's always MIND SCAN.
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Nothing stopping you from performing 'Confabulation' close-up. Check out Ron Wilson's 'The Uncanny Scot' for a lovely version of this effect.

Alternatively, Al Mann has a triple prediction routine that could be performed close-up in 'The Kolophon', if you can find it.
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You might want to check out Anthony Lindan's "Fortune and Fate." It's a closeup, mini-Confabulation routine built around a game show theme.

The audience chooses a grand prize of a vacation destination, a mode of transportation, and an amount of cash. Then they choose one of three business cards that have been on the table since the beginning. It has the prize they described written on the back, while the other two have gag prizes written on them. Of course, the presentation can be altered to anything you like. It's very clean, and uses a clever combination of principles that makes the method completely untraceable.

Dan Garrett produced it, and I believe the only way to get it anymore is through him directly.
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One exists that is so simple, even I can do it!

I love it so much, even the fact that it uses playing cards doesn't put me off using it.

PM me if you want the source.
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I agree with Quinn. Fortune & Fate is a tremendous manuscript combining some great principles. The included "necessary" with mine was not functional (should in no way put you off from purchasing this tome if it available, though.)

If anyone needs a source for the necessary, PM me with what you need (just the "item" will suffice that you have the actual manuscript) and I'll tip what kind/where I get mine.

The only problem is that it may be TOO perfect. I changed the theme and toned it down a bit to fit my preferences, and it is a great piece of mentalism. Highly recommended, as was the original.

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