This ebook contains six more mentalism routines most of it completely impromptu. All the routines are audience tested and come from Martin's repertoire.
Sweet: Several spectators (8-10) attempt to guess how many candies are in a jar. Only one will guess the exact amount correctly and an envelope on stage contains a prediction matching that number as well as a description of that spectator. As an added treat, all the spectators' guesses are tallied and when divided by the number of spectators it equals the exact number of candies in the jar.
The Time Has Come...: One of Martin's favorite close-up routines. A truly classic mentalism piece with an emotional twist.
Stalker: The spectator is asked to think of and name any card. A deck is handed to the spectator to shuffle and then spread out on a table face-down. The spectator is then asked to freely chose any card and slide it towards the performer. The rest of the cards are turned face up to show that they are all indeed different. When the selected card is turned over, it matches the thought of card exactly.
Direct Peek Envelope: Martin shows you how to construct an envelope that he uses in his QnA routines without the use of billet switch, fake questions, a pre-show or impression device.
Casino: You predict a spectator's imaginary trip to a casino, their spin on the roulette wheel and their winning blackjack hand.
Time Telepathy: Two spectators are involved in this routine. One spectator selects a time and the other one will reveal it in a randomized way.
1st edition 2011; 20 pages.
word count: 4176 which is equivalent to 16 standard pages of text