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A Forced Thought (Download) Review

Official Review

January 31st, 2015 1:59am
Reviewed by Josh Burch
This is pretty slick. In Forced Thought a spectator thinks of a card as the magician flips through the deck, the spectator then deals cards until they feel like stopping, they stop on their card every time.

As far as I understand the force involved method wise is original. It looks just like the flip style force used by various tv magicians but it has been made a lot easier. In fact it’s virtually self working. The second selection method is also very clever. Both require a gimmick that you’ll need to make up yourself.

If you can do a faro shuffle then you’ll be able to do this easily exactly as performed on the trailer. He teaches an alternate handling if you can’t with virtually the same look of the original.

I love downloads because I can pick and chose specific effects and pieces that I want to learn. I don’t have to wade through all the fluff. If you like the trailer you will like the method, just know you can’t do it with any random deck.

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Product info for A Forced Thought (Download)

Author: Himmel, Steven
Publisher: Murphy's Magic Supplies, Inc.
Average Rating:  (4)
Retail Price: $4.95
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Manufacturer's Description:

The magician riffles the deck to allow the a spectator to think of a card within the deck. The deck is shuffled and handed to a second spectator who begins dealing the cards face down one at a time until they want to stop. The card they stop at is the thought of card. The use of this subterfuge allows for very clean predictions and revelations.

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