An upgraded, improved version of an impossible memory effect. "Pi Max Book Test" is Vincent Hedan's follow-up on the super popular "Pi Book Test".
The "Pi Max Book Test" by Vincent Hedan will have your audience convinced you have memorized 1,000s of digits of Pi. No complicated mathematics, peeks, or cribs required.
You explain how you have memorized 17,000 decimals of Pi and introduce a pocket-sized book containing them to prove it. The participant opens the book to any page, announces the page number, and you recite the first digits on the page.
You then ask them to give you a sequence of 5 digits anywhere on any page. Once they're done, you continue the sequence, reciting so many decimal places that they need to turn the page just to keep up with you.
Finally, you ask for the spectator's birthday. Let's say it's July 14. You're then able to reveal the page, line, and position on the line where the sequence 0714 is located (or 1407, because "Pi Max" allows you to reveal day/month format with no extra work required).
- No crib
- No app
- No peek
- No pre show
- No electronics
- No accomplice
- No complicated math
You'll get the 90-page, pocket-sized book (4.25 in by 6.88in | 10.8cm x 17.5cm), as well as online video instructions and an accompanying PDF manual. Like the original version, "Pi Max Book Test" does require some memory work. But the included free online training app will give you the tools needed to start performing with confidence.