The performer hands a prediction envelope to a member of the audience and then asks people to call out the names of any members of the Beatles, the Bee Gees or ABBA. (*You choose any bands). The performer writes down a selection of the names as they are called out until he's got seven or eight of them. He then reads them all out again to make sure he's got every person's selection, which they confirm. The papers are then folded and thrown into a bowl. A spectator selects any one and takes a secret look at it.
The performer then proceeds to read the spectator's mind correctly - telling them which superstar they've freely selected. Not only that, but the performer then reveals that he knew in advance which name they would select when the prediction envelope is opened and the correct performer's name is read out.
There are no switches, no sleights, no peeks and no forces. The bowl is clear and un-gimmicked. This is just a super clever, self-working method. With a few minutes work, you'll be able to perform this easily.
You get the full routine (with original gags) and alternative ideas - you can use famous landmarks, colors, months, and more. The method is so deceptive that you'll be using this regularly. And if you perform comedy, there is a great comedy idea and a Bonus Trick too. This is an absolute bargain.
* Perfect for stand-up (small-to-large audiences) and also great for where there are 10 people around a table, like at a wedding for example. This is a gem!
1st edition 2022, PDF 9 pages.
word count: 3060 which is equivalent to 12 standard pages of text