The Knight Billet Revisited is a comprehensive sequel to The Knight Billet, but this eBook is designed as a standalone PDF. You do not need the original eBook to understand or appreciate the material in this release. This is a new variation on the original Knight Billet that makes doing Annemann's billet routines even easier than the original Knight Billet. Yes, you can secretly open this variation on the Knight Billet even faster.
In this ebook, you get step-by-step photos showing you how to fold the billet and step-by-step photos on how to secretly unfold it in a few seconds, with no fumbling, as with the standard Annemann billet. You will learn two ways to switch Knight billets with detailed directions and photos. Plus you will learn how to do variations on three of Annemann's best billet routines using the Improved Knight Billet.
Some of the effects you will learn from this eBook are:
A spectator thinks of an activity he would like to do and a friend he would like to do it with. He is to imagine he is calling this person.
The performer says, "You hear the phone ringing, a woman answers." You say, "Hello Becky, (correctly naming the person he is thinking of) would you like to go see a movie?" (Correctly naming the activity he had in mind.)
Three Way Telepathy: An amazing feat of mind reading using only three slips of paper. No more or less and no hidden billets. Three people are each given a slip of paper, one writes a number, the second person a word, and finally the last person draws a simple design. The performer reveals the first person's number, the second person's word and finally picks up a pad and duplicates the third person's design. All this is done with just three pieces of paper, no carbons, impression devices or held-hand mirrors to peek at the design. A complete ten-minute mini act you can close a mental routine with!
Why spend lots of money on expensive gimmicks and electronics when you can entertain and stun an audience using nothing but a few pieces of paper?
This eBook has 60 color photos showing you everything you need to know. The billets are even color-coded in the photos to make learning easier. Devin Knight says, "I wish I had a comprehensive book like this when I was attempting to learn billet work."
1st edition 2015, 55 pages.
word count: 11439 which is equivalent to 45 standard pages of text