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Who can predict where in the deck someone will shuffle their card, to the specifics, e.g. a certain number of cards down into the deck? Even creepier would be if it relates to something you uttered beforehand as if it made it happen.
Imagine this. You mention a scenario where they are 2 or 3 off guessing the amount of candies in a jar. Then the spectator thinks of any card, shuffles the deck they're holding, then finds that card 2 or 3 off from your written prediction just like the candy scenario. The only other outcomes would be if it's just 1 off or dead-on, but you're covered there too...
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Blur the line between coincidence and prediction. A creation Kevin Parker kept secret until now.
The spectator stops you on any card as you deal cards into their hand face-down, and the card they stop on matches the card in their other hand, e.g. 2 black aces or etc. The apparent impossibility of this is reinforced by the fact the deck is normal with 52 different cards which they shuffled beforehand; no deck switches. The deck they examine/shuffle is the same deck dealt into their hand, which they can examine before and after, leaving them with no explanation.
- requires no special decks...
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Look into a deck without looking.
While your back is turned, spectator deals cards off a deck that they shuffled while you wait for them to reach a card that you 'sense' might be near their card. Then they are to deal a few cards from that spot onto the table side by side and they are to hover their hand over each one - your back still turned - while you tell them to slam their hand on a certain one. It is their card.
A few points to consider:
- They have a free selection of card; no force or psy-forces.
- You never touch their card, not before, during, or after they pick it. You never...
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Fair MixKevin Parker
Kevin Parker has created a prediction effect that is too impossible to be true: you predict where their card will land in a shuffled deck (*this many* cards down in the deck), mixed in someone's hat to eliminate false shuffling in the hands.
This uses no gimmicks and no trick decks. Use your hat or their's, no specific type. Very practical.
- Spectator can assist the shuffle in hat.
- Use anyone's hat, even your's, no specific type.
- Easy, a complete beginner could do it.
1st edition 2018, length 10 min
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An impromptu card divination.
Divine the amount of cards randomly cut off the deck by you or spectator without using stacks or gimmicks; you may be off by one or two cards; no setup, totally impromptu. Spectator even shuffles the deck beforehand. Borrowed deck.
Kevin Parker's system allows for this type of feat and many others.
- you're not cutting to predetermined spots; you can cut anywhere or let spectator cut.
- no insertion of a crimped, cut, shaven, or altered card into the deck to mark a location; no setup whatsoever.
- no gimmicks or stacks or deck setup; borrow a deck, let them...
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Possess someone's bottle with a genie. When you uncover the mouth of the bottle, the bottle starts moving because you stirred up the genie inside. Must-see video.
- No use of thread, loops, ITRs, or wires
- Ideal for closeup, street or anywhere there's a surface
- No special environmental or surface requirements
- No magnets
- Extremely easy
- Can use borrowed bottle
Gimmick is super easy to make and you will only spend $2 or less at the local convenience store to make the gimmick or you may already have the required item.
Suitable for stroll-around and street magic, if there is a surface...
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They pick a card (no force), they return it to the deck, they shuffle - as much as they want. You pull out a written prediction (genuinely pre-written; no swami) and it tells them how many cards from the top of the deck their card will be after shuffling. They - or the performer - deals down to that number of cards and there it is, their card at the predicted location.
Note: The prediction may be off by one, two, three or possibly more places depending on how well you master this skill. You will also need a stripper deck even though you will not be using it to strip out any cards.
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Lift: levitate a walletKevin Parker
A new way to lift a wallet. It's not what you think.
You won't believe the video. This is an ultra-visual, realistic levitation of your spectator's wallet, without thread. You levitate their wallet after asking if he's seen the various ways of 'lifting' wallets (pickpocket style). You offer to demonstrate a new method on his wallet, needing to see his wallet first to see if it's the "right type," just an excuse for you to lay the wallet on the table (or whatever surface) and make it lift.
Practicality: Super Easy. From beginning to end, not one gimmick is seen nor anything exposed that...
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Nexus 2Kevin Parker
Borrow a ring and a set of keys and visually link the ring onto the keyring with a tap. Impromptu and clean, nothing to find. The ring is seen to go right through the keyring with only a tap, highly visual and undeniable, then you let go of the ring and let it hang from the keyring clearly and unmistakably. After they confirm that that is their ring hanging from the keyring, you melt the ring back off the keyring where you tapped it, and hand everything back, completely clean.
1st edition 2016, length 7 minutes.
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From NothingKevin Parker
An apple visually materializes and can be handed out to keep. See video below for a demo. Spectator is offered a gift or fruit but hands the bag back because it's empty. Magician takes bag and points inside saying "Just look closer right there" and the spectator watches through the see-through bag as an apple materializes in the magician's hand. It is then handed to them to keep. This has been performed many times at the request of magicians, they fall in love with it and so do the spectators. They see you produce natural objects from nothing, miraculously.
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Secret techniques devised by Kevin Parker for remote viewing, reading a person's mind, and inducing false memory.
- Spectator's mental card to spectator's pocket.
- Remote viewing with a photo
- False memory
All three effects heavily rely on exactly what you say and how you handle your spectators. These effects can fail if you do not have a strong spectator control and judgment, but in the right hands these can be miracles.
1st edition 2009; 11 pages.
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Passing ThruKevin Parker
Borrow a coin and show a normal empty glass bottle, then visually pass the coin through the base of the bottle. They don't just see the coin 'appear' in the bottle; they see it 'melt' right through. Then you shake the bottle to conclude the coin is indeed inside the bottle, then give it out as a souvenir. You can even do this with a borrowed bottle. This is Kevin Parker's Passing Thru.
- Normal Bottle
- Normal Coin
- No Slits/Cuts in Bottle
- Everything Examinable
This is an incredibly visual effect and has to be seen to be believed. Check out the demo video below. And the fact that you end...
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