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On Board

by El Duco

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Mentalism
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

EFFECT: The performer displays a large cloth bag and places it in full view of the audience, stating that he would like to try an experiment in mindreading. The difference with this experiment, however, is that the SPECTATOR will read the PERFORMER's mind. He goes on to explain to the audience that inside the bag is a board on which he has written the name of a playing card (or a number, a geometric sign, almost anything) and hands the spectator a note pad and pen. They are asked to concentrate on what the performer is thinking of and write it down on the pad, then show it their guess to everyone else in the audience.

After the spectator makes their best attempt, the performer hands the closed bag to the spectator, who opens it up and takes the board out himself. On the board is written exactly the same message as on the note pad.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003
MLA SKU: mkXQjpQfw6x8NP1

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December 14th, 2002 6:50pm
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Reviewed by Christian
This is a well made prop. The board and all the essentials are of high quality. The advertisement is truthful to the word. But;
And this is the but, there is one small problem.
The board is based on a somewhat currently popular child's toy. If handled by the wrong spectator (namely, a mother of a small child) she will quickly deduce the method.

A possible way around this is to use it more as a stage piece where no one will actually handle the prop. (Of course, that would not sound as good in the advertisement write up) I don't really think it hurts the presentation but that depends on what you expect to do with this piece.

In summation, it is a tough call; it really depends on what you think you can get away with. I would not let any spectator actually handle this prop, but from a distance I think it can work out. I think you can decide if it will work for you based on this explanation.

Only because it is too closely related to a current child's toy will I give it... [Read More]
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