is Fraser’s ingenious solution to the classic card calling plot but with a subtle difference - the spectator performs the mind reading and successfully guesses each and every card.
A deck of cards is shuffled by a spectator and a group of random cards are taken from the top of the deck, sight unseen. These are mixed further by the spectator and then held faces towards themselves.
They look over the cards and a second spectator is able to successfully name each and every card as the first spectator merely thinks of each card.
This can be performed utilizing an assistant or taught to a spectator right in front of everyone within a few seconds during the performance under the guise of a whisper. There is no complicated process or long set up. The spectator looks at the other spectator and is able to immediately begin to reel off each and every one of the cards in succession - once they know the simple and elegant secret.
1st edition 2020, PDF 32 pages.
word count: 4707 which is equivalent to 18 standard pages of text