On the table are 6 cards and a set of cards in a card box. The spectator calls a number from one to six. The magician counts to the associated card and points with the finger to the card. Let's say the spectator chooses the number five and chooses with that the 4 of diamonds. No force required, the spectator has a FREE choice (like the effect name).
Now you open the card box (which was lying on the table) and all cards are blank (or white whatever you want to call them) except for one, the card the spectator chose. The blank cards can be properly investigated by the spectator.
The benefits of Free Choice:
- Pretty easy to perform (you can get distracted from female spectators décolleté without a problem)
- Easy to prepare
- No rough and smooth
- No force, the spectator can choose EVERY number from one to six
- Logical sequence (or do you find it logical when the spectator says "six" and the magician answers: "six", OK good, let's spell s-i-x and every letter is a card...)
- Easy reset so very good for close up
- If you did understand the technique then you can very easily modify the effect
1st edition 2012, 10 pages.
word count: 3095 which is equivalent to 12 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Joel Kaplan (confirmed purchase)
Rating: [2 of 5 Stars!] Date Added: Friday 05 April, 2013
I took the description below to mean that there is no counting.
I was wrong.
"Logical sequence (or do you find it logical when the spectator says "six" and the magician answers: "six", OK good, let's spell s-i-x and every letter is a card...)"
Since counting can be involved, depending on the spectator's free choice, I don't recommend this e-book. The method is not new and is very basic. Save your $6.00.