Do you want to perform the classic "Positive/Negative" in a new and exciting way?
RedDevil has a new solution that is 100% correct every time! It allows you to hand out the business card or billet after each performance, and the spectator is left with a memory of a walk-around miracle of mentalism. This is a devious and simple solution that you will use.
As a bonus effect, Positively! includes one of Pablo Amira's takes on the plot called "Always Heads," along with his thoughts on refining your use of equivoque in your many routines.
- Only one card is used
- No secret writing
- No switches
- No special props (everything can be borrowed, including the invisible coins)
- No verbal outs
This routine is language specific and works best in English.
1st edition 2014, 20 pages.
word count: 4517 which is equivalent to 18 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Christian Fisanick (confirmed purchase)
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!] Date Added: Saturday 11 June, 2016
Here we go again, another variant of Max Maven's Positive/Negative routine. I love doing Positive/Negative, and I'm always on a Grail quest for the perfect version. The usual routine uses two principles, one for selecting the predicted coin and one for revealing heads or tails. The first part here is the same as the other routines, and if you do a Positive/Negative, you'll know what I mean--and yawn. This is yet another variation on the reveal of heads or tails. Truth be told, when I first looked at it--it uses an obscure, but ingenious, principle, as found in The Ambivisual Principle by Reg Blackwood--I wasn't impressed and didn't think that it would work. The more I played around with it and did it, the more that I saw that it's really quite bold and clever. I'm not sure if it's $10 worth of bold and clever, but it's good. Is it better than the half dozen other ways to do the reveal? Well, that's up to you to decide. Now here's your choice: You can spend the ten and get it standalone or pay $$$ more and get it along with some other excellent effects in Red Devil's ebook 777. If it were me, I'd go for 777. It's the better overall value.