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Mind Fuse

by Matthew Darwin
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Mind Fuse by Matthew Darwin

The performer places a blue deck and a red deck on the table. The blue deck is given to the spectator to hold for the entire performance. The assisstant is invited to select any card from the red deck (without looking at it). Next, the playing card is inserted face-down in the face-up deck. Neither the performer nor the spectator knows the identity of the card.

The magician then invites the spectator to open the blue deck which was given to him at the beginning of the effect and instructs him to spread the cards face-up on the table. When the cards are spread face-up, it is seen that there is one face-down card in the deck. The spectator removes this face-down card, and the magician then gives him the his red-backed selection. Both cards are turned over and revealed to match!

  • No gimmicks
  • No stooges
  • No psychological forces
  • Is not angle sensitive
  • Extremely easy to perform
  • 100% success rate

1st edition 2010; 12 pages.
word count: 1341 which is equivalent to 5 standard pages of text

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