Paul Wilson

Think Stop

A collection of two effects beautifully condensed into one routine. Think Stop is a powerful cold-reading effect that requires very little skill.

From a shuffled deck, instantly know what card your spectator is thinking of. Then, without looking at the card, cause it to rise from the deck.


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Customer reviews for Think Stop


I have to say, this routine is extremely simple and it makes me feel like it's bringing me back t the times of Vernon, as he said, the simplest effects are the best. The bonus rising card is also great.



Think Stop is an easy method to pull off a spooky mind reading effect. As with many things in magic, simple is always best. It's a two part effect that ends with an impromptu rising card effect that is very nice as well. Overall, well worth the money! It's great!



This trick might be one of the easiest on the D&D website, but it get's one of the best effects on the laypeople because it's so simple. I highly recommend this to beginners!



I really enjoyed learning this trick, because it uses simple concepts to fool the audience! I personally really love Paul Wilson's teaching style because it is calm and slow. This gives you enough time to actually follow along with him while also understanding each move.



This handling is so, so versatile. You can perform it how you want and use it to suit your performing style. The two effects taught are highly effective both together and separate and you can also come up with new ways to link the two. Love the impromptu handling as well.



This trick is so simple, so elegant and so beatiful! I really like Paul Wilson's style and teaching, which is always very clear. Well worth the money!



I would have gladly paid twice the price for this. Perfect instruction of a very clever presentation.