Omega

Trick (pre-order) by Max Major
$39.95
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Omega

39.95 usd

Trick (pre-order) by Max Major ($39.95)

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Instantly know the exact card your spectator cut to, without ever touching the deck.

You give the spectator a deck of cards - and ask them to spread through it to make sure all of the cards are different. They can even shuffle the deck! You ask them to cut the cards wherever they want - and remember the card.

You never touch the deck. And it’s done - you INSTANTLY know what card they’re thinking of.

“Don't be fooled by the simplicity of the prop - the thinking on this is GOLD.” - Calen Morelli

A completely hands-off miracle. OMEGA is the ultimate hands-off deck for magic and mentalism, close-up, and stage. The best part of all? It does ALL the work for you! Everything happens in the spectator’s hands, and you NEVER have to touch the cards.

You can even predict what they’re going to do, before they do it. After you reveal their card, ask them to open a prediction you gave them at the very beginning - you’re correct 100% of the time.

OMEGA is battle-tested. It’s been performed on stages all over the world, on LIVE TV on The Today Show, and Neil Patrick Harris performed it on The Late Show with James Corden.

“This is Mentalism on steroids! I’m a mentalist and can already predict that Omega will be trick of the year.” - Oz Pearlman

Omega comes with a special red Bicycle deck and a 40 minute HD streaming instructional video.

 

Community questions about Omega

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  • 1.

    Randy asks: Do I need to be able to see any type of code on the back of the card to do this trick? I.e. I were reading glasses but not when I perform, so tricks with any kind of mark Deck I can’t do. Thanks

    • 1. Agustin answers: No, there are no marks.
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  • 2.

    John asks: Is it always the same card?

    • 1. Dallas answers: If you watch the video from the James Corden show and Today Show, it will answer your question.
    • 2. David answers: Dallas, not necessarily. It could be that each deck has a single prediction available. I'm not saying that's how it works, just that it's a valid question.
    • 3. Mickael answers: Yes, always the sane card unless you buy multiple decks. Force card will be random based in deck given, buying a second deck dosent guarantee youll get a different card
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  • 3.

    Randy asks: How easy to learn? Need to memorize much?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Relatively easy. No memory work to speak of.
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  • 4.

    Marcus asks: Can the cards be used as a regular deck?

    • 1. Alexander answers: No. The instructions show you how to switch in a normal deck after you perform this, though.
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  • 5.

    Carlos asks: Is the spectator able to inspect the cards?

    • 1. Kim answers: im guessing not! there is a review here that states its not exactly as it seems, but best to watch the two performances that are out!
    • 2. Ron answers: Not really but since the spectator handles the cards themselves they probably won’t ask. Plus, since they place cards back in the box, you can remove the deck before the reveal (putting it in a jacket coke as an example), making a switch simple/natural.
    • 3. Alex answers: So I have this and I pretty much just give them the cards in the box. They remove them, I've have them fan the cards, a "quick" shuffle. But honestly, I've never had any trouble. It's sorta risky, but with some proper control of your audience, it's easily doable. It really is remarkable. I really need like three more of these.
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  • 6.

    WILLIAM asks: does it come in blue backs

    • 1. Tony answers: At this moment, the deck comes in red only
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  • 7.

    Jack asks: I thought I knew how to do it, but you say they can look at the deck, and see that all the cards are different. Now is that really true?

    • 1. Tony answers: That's true
    • 2. Brian P. answers: No it’s NOT true. If given to the spectator, there IS the risk of them spotting how the trick works. Note: The use of the name “Omega” was a deceptive way to sell this time-worn trick.
    • 3. steve answers: It is true. I have performed this dozens of times. A spectator can fan the cards and determine that they are different. This is all about audience management.
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  • 8.

    Royce asks: You say the cards can't be examined but the magician clearly gives the spectator the cards and he fans the deck out facing toward him. So which is it?

    • 1. James answers: Both are true.
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Customer reviews for Omega

Aiden

Arrived yesterday and I have been playing with it all day. At first, I was a bit surprised by the gimmick. It seems too simple. But I've performed it on three people and it works great!. I'm going to use this, I just know it. Very excited to see if I can fool more of my friends!

 

Teddy

Had anyone else heard of Max Major? I hadn't at least, but now I want to see more of his stuff! Omega is fab. Really good. My technical ability is very average so this is perfect for me. Easy, reliable and really fooling for the spectators. My wife was badly fooled. And she has a good eye for methods!

 

Harry

Yeah!!! This rocks. When this current situation blows over, I might perform this at our company awards show. I could let the CEO do the trick on stage! Read some reviews that said it's not 100% reliable. I suppose that is technically true (but neither is a classic force). For the 1% risk, I'd say this trick is well worth it.

 

Harper

Trailer is very fair. If you like what you see, you'll like this. It's surprisingly easy to do and simple. But that's a good thing to me. No complaints

 

Russell

This is a small upgrade to an effect that has been on the market for many years! Not worth the money at all! The very similar version is sold on several sites for under $10.

 

Mickael

2/5 Stars

I just bought mine and saw the tutorial video while i await product and I'm disappointed because it confirms my initial thoughts.

I bought it because the trailer sells it as a 100% clear hit where everything is off hand and spectator can shuffle and do what he wants. Also because I said to myself I've got something similar at 10$ at home but this certainly can't be the same, at 35$ it MUST use a different gimmick/mecanics that is new and ingenious and I'm curious to what this is... Wrong!

Let me guarantee you this is not a 100% sure fire. Maybe 90-95%. Max major himself gives the tutorial and he cuts the deck a bunch of times in his video yet there is one time he cuts, looks at card dosent show it and has big eyes (oops) then places the deck back down , squares it up and re cuts and then shows it. It proves its its not a sure fire.

Also he boasts how his deck is different from similar decks because the (undisclosed mecanics so i dont give away secret) has been improved and then attempts to show you how hard it is to have the trick mess up but later in his video he voluntary "messes it up" without trouble (those who have seen the video will understand.

Basically im im unimpressed because i already own something 99% similar that requires a small tweek in performance to produce the exact same effect. And that gimmick wich i have cost me 10$. So the trick being sold should cost no less. Add Max's tutorial and routine ideas that could be sold for no more than 5$ or included in a complete book of tricks and routines at a value of 15-20$.. the 35$ it's being sold for is not worth it..unless you have no idea what it is or how it works and are looking for something neat to add to your collection.

Yes the trick is cool , but overall just really not worth its price.

I hate that gimmicks are always sold on lies to us. They use trailer videos that often seem staged, edited and put to the best possible scenario , and when we get it we realise it's rubbish.

We're here on a magic selling site, we are all magicians and not idiots. Shouldn't trick sellers actually reveal exactly what we're getting and how it works so we can make a decision if we want it or not and if we feel comfortable using such a trick/gimmick?

Had known what it was exactly i would have not bought it i would have said hey, i got the same thing at home already. (And it cost me 10$!!)

 

Dave

This was a disappointment. The lesson I learned here is to really study the demo real before purchasing.

This should have been a $20 trick at most. (just my view)

Omega by Max Major