Annemann 3.14 Index
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Annemann 3.14 is John B. Midgley's version/construction of Theo Annemann's Pocket Indexes designed for professional magicians and mentalists.
Comes with two indexes, a pad of 20lb paper for performances and a 40-page booklet describing John's take on the construction as well as the original effects/construction from "The Jinx" and "Annemann's Practical Mental Magic".
Each set is handmade.
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Customer reviews for Annemann 3.14 Index
Absolutely fantastic. And very well constructed.
The routines that come with it are pretty good and also comes with an impromptu effect that is well worth it.
I did run into an issue. I had to disassemble the red index and rebuild it backward. But it's more for personal preference.
Since you have to use your fingers to feel for the tabs, I wanted to make sure that each hand found each card the same way.
Both indexes are constructed the same, so when the indexes are in your pocket, you find the billets differently.
For your right hand, you use your index finger to find the billets Ace-6. But with your left hand, it's your middle/ pinky finger that finds the ace - 6.
So I reversed the red index so that my index fingers would find the ace through 6 as well.
Outside of that, it's a pretty durable device to carry around with you. And it doesn't take too long to set up all 52 billets.
The only reason I'm not giving this full stars is because it does take up a fair amount of pocket space.