The magician spreads a packet of five cards (from Ace to 5 of mixed suits) face up and a spectator thinks of one of them. The magician squares the packet, telling the spectator that among these cards, there is one card with a different back. The spectator says the name of his card out loud. For example, the 3 of Diamonds. The magician shows that any of the other cards could have been thought of and he deals the selected card on the table. He turns the remaining cards face down and clearly shows only Bicycle backs. The spectator turns over his card revealing the only Tally-Ho backed card of the packet.
- No fake cards.
- No force.
- No Olram subtlety.
- Easy to do.
- Fast reset.
- Can be done with any faces (ESP symbols, royal flush, drawings, words, etc...) and/or any backs (Bicycle, Bee, Tally Ho, etc...).
ALSO FEATURES 1 BONUS TRICK:
Royal Detector: Thanks to his lie detector (some double-blank cards inside an envelope), the magician reveals the name of a selected card.
"This is very nicely written, and produced e-trick. The bonus trick is also very good." - Peter Duffie
"Both tricks are really very good. Easy Simple Prediction is my favorite." - Aldo Colombini
"I like Easy Simple Prediction. I first thought it was the 8 card brainwave but you have a very nice approach to display the backs." - Vic Trabucco
1st edition 2009; 5 pages.
word count: 1778 which is equivalent to 7 standard pages of text