The Vault - Presage
Presage is a devious tool allowing you to predict a thought of word or card. From the minds of Michael Blau & Ethan Zack, two up and comers in the magic world comes a device which can be used in a plethora of commercial & casual routines. Whether you're a seasoned performer or a hobbyist, Presage is easy to use and guarantees a maximum reaction every time!
- No thumb writing
- No switches
- No sleight-of-hand required
Predict words, numbers, cards etc.
Presage is the perfect opener, while also being strong enough to be a closer. It's a must-have for any table-hopping or street magician.
With bonus performances and tips by Chris Ramsay and detailed explanation on the simple gimmick construction, you'll be performing this minutes after learning the method.
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Customer reviews for The Vault - Presage
Very nice, easy and workable routine. I appreciate the extra thoughts they put into the effect, and the hints at various ways to perform. The concept can be adapted into a variety of other performances, and I would highly encourage everyone to let their imaginations expand the impact of the effect by adding their own adaptation.
it is a really good trick. very well thought out and a very good price for the concept
Fantastic principle at work here simple easily constructed gimmick with a great tutorial. Looking forward to frying public with this and multiple uses for this gimick
Awesome!!! Love the trick very ingenious. . .
For a couple of young magicians, there is a ton of potential in this effect. Chris Ramsey adds a level of gravitas as well. That said, this is the type of "idea" that really should spawn original, creative adaptation - take the gimmick/technique and dream a little (or a lot). As Ethan says...sleep deprivation yields wonderful, "out of the box" thinking.
Plus, this gives me something to do with my "extra" card cases. Iterate.