Inspire Deck

Trick by SansMinds and Morgan Strebler
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Inspire Deck

40.00 usd

Trick by SansMinds and Morgan Strebler ($40.00)

In stock. Order in the next 8 hours, 6 minutes and it will go out today!
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An innovative new tool that will become a favorite among magicians and mentalists.

The innovative system behind the "Inspire Deck" empowers you to describe a spectator's most personal thoughts in great detail. You can even perform it for multiple audience members at once.

  • No difficult sleight of hand
  • No forces
  • No peeks
  • No stooges

The "Inspire Deck" allows you to easily conduct amazing feats of mind reading. You'll receive everything you need to start performing it minutes after you open the box.

 

Community questions about Inspire Deck

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  • Ben asks: The trailer shows that one of the cards has a spelling error ('imaging your perfect wedding'). Is the quality control of the rest of the product equally poor? Has this error been corrected?

    • 1. Tony answers: Please email magic@vanishingincmagic.com and they will be happy to help
    • 2. Jim answers: Our supplier has an update on the spelling issue: the card in the trailer was a prototype and the spelling error is fixed and not on the actual units,
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Customer reviews for Inspire Deck

Reviewer

Gary

Pros
Requires very little / no memorisation of the deck
You do not have to force any card. The spectator has a full choice of the deck.
It’s a very simple routine that does require a ‘peek’ (admittedly not of the chosen card).


Cons
You will need to develop a patter to make it appear that you are reading the spectator’s thoughts.
This may only appeal to mentalists who enjoy the performance angle.
The choice of memories is limited and could have been more inspiring.

Inspire Deck by SansMinds and Morgan Strebler