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Think of Anything in the World

by Gerard Zitta
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Think of Anything in the World by Gerard Zitta
A challenging and fun impromptu telepathy routine, with a devious combination of principles, and an original approach.

Effect: The spectator thinks of anything in the world (billions of possibilities!), and changes it to something completely different. They focus on a part of that "thing" and you guess it. The methodology uses well known principles, combined with new ones ("Yin Yang", "UPS", "Picture", "Zoom"). There are also new alternatives to dual reality, equivoque, multiple outs or misdirection. All of these can be powerful weapons to add to your impromptu or improvised mentalism toolbox.

It can be a quick one on one telepathy experiment, or a more formal routine with an audience. There is an interesting out where they will remember you hit 100% every time, and you can give your business card as a "proof" at the end.

Bonus: A spectator thinks or freely selects ANY card (from a borrowed and shuffled Bicycle deck), and you guess it, while she looks at her card.

1st edition 2014, 37 pages.
word count: 10790 which is equivalent to 43 standard pages of text


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Reviewed by Sarin Suriyakoon
★★★★★   Date Added: Tuesday 07 February, 2017

-This is a great Psychological force. If you are an Asian you would know that most of the "Western" Psychological force is not work with your culture. Here is a good example to internationalize it.

-A lot of Gerard principles for "propless" is explained here.

-Good for casual situation.

-If you want something Bold and Challenge to perform. This is for you!

-I will you use this!

Frequently bought together with:

True LiesA Topological TrioImpossible Foldings Volume 2 (Part 1)

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