Secrets of the billet king as told to the author.
Most modern mentalists were first introduced to billet technique in the pages of Theodore Annemann’s Practical Mental Effects, which describes a single-handed switch, a two-handed version, and variations with a thumb tip. The techniques are very effective, but require a good deal of practice and careful handling to perform undetectably.
The Moldavian Switch is a technique that effectively removes the “difficulty factor” from billet work. With its several variations it can be used to present any of the many billet routines and effects published during the last hundred years. You should be able to master the move in just a few days, leaving you free to concentrate on presentation without the fear of fumbling or accidental exposure.
1st edition 2003; 16 pages
word count: 4599 which is equivalent to 18 standard pages of text
Reviewed by John Wells
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!] Date Added: Thursday 26 April, 2007
While this is very similar to a switch published by Walter Gibson, it has the touches that are only learnt in performance. This is a very good switch to have in your arsenal.