(1 review, 4 customer ratings) ★★★★★
A simple chair test.
A very simple and practical chair test with three participants.
- It can be performed close-up, at a restaurant or dinner table, a bar, etc., or even on stage or TV
- Easy reset
- OK for strolling too
This e-book includes the "H-out", a very clever, practical and direct solution for a prediction with two outs on a billet that will look very innocent and casual.
[The basic effect is included in Pocket Mysteries, and in Cool Hot Pocket Mysteries.]
Watch Max Maven perform a very similar effect. (Max Maven never published his method thus his method could be different how Gerard does it.):
1st edition 2016, 17 pages.
word count: 2489 which is equivalent to 9 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Christian Fisanick (confirmed purchase)
★★★★★ Date Added: Saturday 03 December, 2016
This is a nice and easy three-person chair test, based on an idea by Max Maven. I really like it and am going to expand on the concept to add another climax similar to what folks like Marc Spelmann do--put another correct prediction under/on the back of each chair. Gerry's ideas are always straightforward and excellent, and this is no exception. And this effect lends itself both to stage and more intimate settings. You could do it with folks sitting on bar stools.
But there's more. Even if you choose not to use the chair test, there are a few wonderful ideas on MOs here, including one using paper folded into the shape of an H that I had never seen before. For a little more than the price of a Quarter Pounder with Cheese combo meal at McDonald's, you get a terrific routine and some great mentalism utility ideas. Get this. Highly recommended.