An impossible prediction effect
A clear wine glass is seen on a table center stage, containing a black envelope with a prediction. The spectators are asked to concentrate on a single thought, write it down on a card and seal it in an opaque envelope. At your command, they all throw their envelopes onto the stage. A random spectator selects any one of the envelopes (again: NO force!). Let's assume the thought inside reads "ICECREAM". She removes the prediction from the glass and opens it. She reads the prediction out loud: it matches the freely selected thought!
Now for the FINAL kicker: The lady is asked to open up the crumpled paper ball that was used to randomly selected her as a volunteer. It reads: "Tonight, a beautiful lady called Annie will thing of ICECREAM!"
- The spectator is randomly selected
- No switch of the paper ball
- No stooges
- No secret Assistants
- No pre-show
- No fumbling
- No sleeving
- No electronics
- They can really write down any thought
- The other envelopes all contain different words
- Spectator opens and reads the prediction herself
- Prediction and envelope, both are completely unprepared
"Brilliant and clever indeed... this gentleman has forged a total masterpiece." - Larry Becker
"I think it's terrific prediction, and I love the final punch-finish. Clever and very practical." - Peter Duffie
"It's perfect. The method is wonderfully simple and direct and I image it plays extremely well. I give it my highest recommendation." - Sean Waters
"Brilliant, yet, simple, the only way to do it." - Marc Salem
Pages: 42 - Saddle Stitched
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 24 June, 2011.