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Five Fingers Game

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by Gerard Zitta
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Five Fingers Game by Gerard Zitta

This is one of my favorite routines with fingers.


"Please tell us a color." The freely named color is written on a single business card (or somewhere else). "Interesting... I bet I can influence you now to choose a certain finger for instance." You take a bill from your wallet. (The participant can bet as well.) You show your hand (or you draw a hand on the business card or another one): "Please point to any finger." The spectator freely points to a finger, and of course, this is the one you wanted her to select.

  • It is that direct: They announce their choice, and you conclude. There is no 'process', no force, no fumbling, etc.
  • It works 100% surefire.
  • It uses common objects and a minor preparation.
  • Your participant will remember he or she was influenced, somehow.
[This effect was already included in "Mosaics".]

1st edition 2015, 25 pages.
word count: 3917 which is equivalent to 15 standard pages of text

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