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How about presenting a miracle where a thought-of card, signed and removed from a normal deck, changes color?
And, the deck had already been examined and shuffled by the spectator!!!
Without any change?
This is BRAIN WAVED:
A new method for a miraculous effect!
When a normal card, freely chosen (or simply thought of prior to its being removed from the deck) changes color...
Keep in mind that everything is done under these strict conditions:
- You are using a normal deck (examinable before, during and after the trick)
- It is shuffled
- A card is chosen freely (or simply thought of prior to its removal)
- This card is taken out of the deck and signed
- The spectator can change his mind
- No force
- No accomplice
- No change
At the end of the effect, you can leave the card as a souvenir with your phone number, for example.
In the spectator's mind, there is nothing.
Nothing, nothing and nothing.
Everything is clean.
This is maybe the most magical: get such a result with all these conditions!
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Bill asks: in jp vallarino's brain waved..does a deck come with it, or do you use your own..if deck comes can i get it in red back.thanks..Bill Joslin
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You use your own red deck.
Customer reviews for BRAIN WAVED
After ordering the product and looking @ the provided download (the tutorial) i was disappointed by the trick. I was expecting more for the price and in my opinion the tutorial could have been better, it felt rushed and could have gone into more detail. I was excited when i first saw this trick advertised however I will never use it for a number of reasons such as a clumsy inelegant method (my personal opinion) and the limited amount of provided resources puts me off preforming the trick just to name a few.
Terrible. The setup fails, there's no fall-back. This sounds great in theory but fails in execution.