Magic download (video) by Dani DaOrtiz ($14.95)
This will fool you even after you know the secret!
For the first time ever, Master Magician Dani DaOrtiz shares one of his most revolutionary methods for forcing a card. With Pressure Force, you don't just control the cards...you control the entire audience.
Four playing cards are selected at random by a member of the audience. Another spectator then deals a random amount of cards, stopping whenever they'd like. You then impossibly reveal that the first four cards are not only a four of a kind, but their value perfectly matches the number of cards that were dealt to the table.
Pressure Force is a masterclass in spectator management. The psychology behind it is just as valuable for a card magician as the move and effect itself.
Download now to unlock the secrets behind this innovative new tool from Dani DaOrtiz.
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Customer reviews for Pressure Force
This is a strong force that leverages psychology to influence a spectator to take actions the way you want them to. Unlike, say, a classic force that has a chance of failing, to me this looks like something that would hit a little more reliably - at least for the faint of heart like myself that are less comfortable with psychological forces.