Tic Tac Toe Mini
An amazing close-up item that plays big!
After receiving great reviews from the magic community, we have decided to make this fantastic routine more portable. This version will fit into your palm easily!
Based on the creative mind of Kai-Fu Wang, Bond Lee has improved this routine.
Tic-Tac-Toe is a classic paper and pencil game between two players. Now it turns into an interactive game between the magician and the audience. Each player takes turns drawing O's and X's on a 3 by 3 grid. After completing the game, the magician reveals a surprise ending!
You can customize the prediction as you wish, for example:
- The board: constructed on a single piece of acrylic plastic, extremely portable.
- Total of 9 pieces of O's and X's are supplied.
- A piece of metal is supplied, which can be placed inside a card box and thereby serve as a holder.
- Finale of a mentalism routine
- Company's logo
Note: The size of the acrylic plastic board is 6cm x 6cm.
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George asks: If an X or O piece is accidentally dropped and turns over during he effect, will that expose part of the reveal? I only ask as the pieces are small and it may help me with audience management during the application of this effect .
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- 1. Tony answers: It can expose a part of the last reveal but I don't think he spectator will notice that as we are talking about "Tic Tac Toe" game
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Customer reviews for Tic Tac Toe Mini
The effect is very good and the item well made.
As a lazy mentalist, there is a little too much memory work for me.
Small size and easy to carry around
You can customise your prediction to whatever you want
Great visual resulting impact
You can’t perform this out of the box. It takes time to set-up
It will take time to practice, memorise and perform
Some detailed memory work required. This would perform extremely well with the stage version and probably more impact in that setting
If you have an affinity for finicky arts and crafts projects that begin with having to attach nine small stickers to nine small plastic squares with perfect alignment, this trick might be for you.
f you have an affinity for tricks involving two sets of memorized sequences and if you have the intent to perform this trick often enough not only to remember the sequences but also to be able to act on your calculations effortlessly and without fail, this trick might be for you.
As for me, I found the instructional video almost laughably complex with just enough ambiguity to assure uncertain completion of the initial setup. Although the memory work is doable, without frequent performances, anything short of a Jeopardy-worthy eidetic memory with chess-grandmaster retention is likely to be insufficient. No. This effect is confined for the foreseeable future to my it-seemed-like-a-good-idea-at-the-time drawer.