3 Choice by Wayne Dobson Predict where a spectator will place not 1, not 2, but 3 items!
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The magician presents a wallet to the spectator, and offers them a free choice of the three objects that are inside the wallet a credit card, business card, and a bank note. Before the spectator can choose the items, the magician writes down a prediction of which items will be placed in which pocket of the spectator. The magician then looks away and shields his eyes, and asks the spectator to take the three items out of the wallet one at a time. As the spectator pulls out each item, the magician tells them to put that item in a certain pocket. Once the spectator has finished randomly selecting the objects, the magician turns back to the spectator and pulls out his prediction. One by one, the magician names the location of each object, to the amazement of both the spectator and the audience!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 27th, 2013
This is the stuff you get if you're a real performer.
Items that works on a simple idea, and won't mess up in a middle of a show. Stuff that will play as big as you want to, and that allows you a lot of room for interaction with your spectators .
It is actually much simplier to use this routine than I had imagined. Without giving away too much, I would simply suggest you use cards you can associate in your memory, in any way, with your middle finger, ring finger etc . When you think about it, it's really quite simple to do . So, no practice is really required to get out and perform this one.
If you're a performer, and don't already own one, get it.
Packs flat, plays big!! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 11th, 2013
Sure this is a bit pricey, but quality doesn't come cheap. Wayne is such a fantastic performer, and I think we're lucky he released this to us.
When you read how this is done, you may be in disbelief but trust me it flies by people. David Regal has a similar type of effect in his book Approaching Magic, but it's based on sound.
If you're looking for effects that pack flat and play big, you should consider this one!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 30th, 2012
I once saw a magician on TV have a participant place three or four different colored balls in various pockets while he wasn't looking. I still don't know how he did it, but this wallet allows for a similar effect. They can't be balls, they must be something flat, but still a powerful effect. The product claims to allow you to reveal three items in the wallet. I have come to realize that because of the way the wallet is constructed, you can actually reveal FOUR items from the wallet. If you do get the wallet, you will know what I am referring to if you place one item at the top of the wallet compartment, one in the middle, one at the bottom of the compartment, and a fourth on the opposite side of the wallet. The items would need to be the right size and placed in the right way. In the instructions, they talk about using business cards, credit cards, and/or money. Another approach would be to use prepared cards of the right size with images of different colored balls. These same cards could be used with a different card in a "color monte" routine. The wallet then serves dual purpose. If you don't have a color monte routine, 20:20 sold by Penguin shows how to do it and uses a different patter line that I think lends itself to a more entertaining routine. The wallet is sized right to fit a variety of sized items, including playing cards. It is a bit pricy, but it lends itself to some good magic.
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