3 scripts - 3 different effects - 2 impromptu
For all performing venues.
Most mathematical tricks suffer from a multitude of challenges, and the Gilbreath principle is no different.
Well, the author of How To Write A Script shows how he used his methodology to write 3 different scripts that successfully explains and entertains with the Gilbreath principle.
- why you can't examine the deck/packet
- why the cards aren't shuffled
- what the point of the trick is
- how to hide when the cards change columns
A STUDY IN SCARLET AND SABLE: The magician proves the spectator is well-adjusted.
ODDS and EVENS: The magician proves how odd a spectator is.
VEGAS BABY! The magician proves that he can always win at Blackjack, no matter what.
This ebook gives you every line, joke, piece of timing, setup and nuance of the routine. The ebook also takes you through the an overview of some of the steps of script writing and routine design used to create the scripts.
1st edition 2018, 31 pages.
word count: 4978 which is equivalent to 19 standard pages of text