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Deckless Oncemore

by Unknown Mentalist
#1 Magic author
#1 Mentalism & Spiritism author
$9

(1 review, 1 customer rating) ★★★★★

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Deckless Oncemore by Unknown Mentalist

A classic principle. Some new innovative applications. The result is some cool card mentalism effects. 4 main effects and 2 bonus effects are explained. The main effects are all deckless card mentalism effects, where a physical deck of cards is not used. The bonus effects are for those who want to use a physical deck of cards, anyways.

The underlying theme is that of either predicting or divining a card mentally chosen by a participant. The methods are self-working, easy to learn, and a pleasure to perform. You can in fact forget about the method and focus fully on your presentation. There are no sleights, no pre-show, no stooges or instant stooges. There are no gimmicked cards, arts and crafts or DIY. There is no equivoque, no dual reality, no electronics, no apps. There are no peeks, impressions, secret writings or one aheads. There are no stacks and no memory work involved.

These effects can be performed either face to face or in a virtual show. You will be able to perform the routines almost as soon as you learn them.

1st edition 2021, PDF 17 pages.
word count: 3062 which is equivalent to 12 standard pages of text


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Reviewed by Fred Rosenbaum
★★★★★   Date Added: Friday 14 May, 2021

Maybe someday I’ll learn. Probably not. I have yet to buy something by the Unknown Mentalist that I’ve been happy with. Like most magic trailers the descriptions always leave out a lot of the process work. Had I seen a demo or a full description of what really happens there is no way I’d buy it. As it is there is no way I’ll do this for anyone. Suffice it to say there is math involved that was never mentioned in the description, making it, at least to me, more of a puzzle than mentalism.

I always ask myself if I could really read minds is this what I’d do? This one rates a solid NO.

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