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Tite by RedDevil

A new principle for business cards.

"I was badly fooled!" - Matt Mello

"I HAVE NO IDEA! This principle can be used in so many routines and ways, it's making my head spin!" - Phedon Bilek

"I would give a testimony to this effect, but I don't want you guys having it. IT FOOLED ME - I grinned from ear to ear when RedDevil shared the workings and I just don't know if I'm ready to let RedDevil share this. It's too bloody cheeky! (Said in my best British accent). I love it!" - Peter Turner

"With T.I.T.E., RedDevil has taken something that many of us have played with (no, not - get your filthy mind out the gutter!) and taken it in a direction that transforms this principle from a toy to a working tool!" - Ken Dyne

"RedDevil has come up with a very cool method. And it is a method, not just an effect." - Greg Arce

"I have to say that RedDevil sent me performance footage of this technique being applied in many contexts, and I was fooled every single time...I can say with full confidence that I've never seen anything quite like this before, and I can't imagine any audience not being fully amazed by it. I certainly was." - Ben Blau

"A fantastic and simple to execute principle that will open beautiful possibilities!" - Pablo Amira

"I love will be well worthwhile I promise." - Neil Somerville

"This is an absolute gem. So simple you will feel guilty performing it." - Mark Chandaue

The ebook is called "T.I.T.E." and the new principle is called "C.A.K.E." What's this all mean? You will have to read the ebook to find out...

Imagine placing 4 to 5 business or index cards on the table in front of a spectator. Let's say you have ESP symbols on them, or colors, or people's names, or even star signs. It doesn't matter because this new principle can be applied to all these plots. You turn your back to the spectator and tell her to use her intuition and choose just one of the cards from the table, concentrate on it, and place it back on the table...And you know exactly what card she chose...Before you turn around...Without peeking...Without mirrors...Without listening to the cards...And without pre-show, or stooges, or secret marks, or forces, or convoluted card switching processes. You do none of these things, yet you still know what card she chose.

With the CAKE principle explained in the ebook, you will have the power to divine what card she chose before you ever turn back around. And the best part is, you will have a principle that you can use for the rest of your life to create your own hundreds of different routines in close-up and even stage mentalism.

In the ebook, you will not only master the CAKE principle in no time, but you will also receive some sample routines to illustrate just how versatile the principle really is. All of the sample routines below involve only 4 to 5 ungimmicked business/index cards and can be performed while the performer's back is turned to the spectator.

Nothing is written down:

  1. Reveal a spectator's exact birth month and then duplicate a drawing she is only thinking of.
  2. Divine a spectator's exact star sign and then give her a reading that matches a known trait of the sign she is only thinking of in her mind.
  3. The spectator thinks of a specific playing card in her mind (a free choice) and you have that exact card in your wallet.
  4. In view of the audience, the performer draws a "prediction" picture unknown to the spectator. While the performer's back is turned, the spectator is then asked to choose one of 5 different ESP symbols, a free choice, and each of those symbols is associated to a common, but different object or doodle drawing. Despite the fact that the performer's back is turned, he will divine exactly which ESP symbol is chosen, and the spectator's unique object associated with that symbol will match the performer's prediction exactly.
1st edition 2017, PDF 77 pages.
word count: 16923 which is equivalent to 67 standard pages of text