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The Hands of Fate by Luke Jermay (Instant Download) Impromptu mentalism at its best! Perform it anytime, anywhere. Great audience participation. All you need is some paper and a pen. No gimmicks. Easy and fun to perform.
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Luke Jermay is known for his ability to create compelling, modern and entertaining mentalism routines that make use of very few props. The Hands Of Fate Drawing duplication continues in this vein. This is an anytime, anywhere effect that proves you have the power to control the hands of fate.

The performer has several spectators make drawings on pieces of small paper. These pieces of paper are placed into a wine glass (or a spectator's cupped hands). They are spilled from the glass onto the table. All pieces that have fallen drawing side down are eliminated. This is repeated until only one drawing is left. The final drawing is show to have been predicted from the outset resting in an envelope on the table from the outset.

All you need for this routine is a pen and some paper. No special gimmicks are required and no set up time. This is the perfect ‘on the spot’ effect.

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1 of 1 magicians found the following review helpful:
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 20th, 2007
Hands of fate is great for any mentalist routine and the only real preparation is the prediction. I personally like to do hands of fate with 8 coins from my pocket change, preferably pennies. Coins shake and mix up more easily than paper so the spectator feels the outcome of his/her throws is more random. This trick is so easy and practically impromptu, and the method is simple beyond belief. It got 4 stars because I like some of Luke's previous tricks more, but that's maybe because I do card magic. If you're into mentalism, this is definitely for you.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 24th, 2007
It's just his version of the Sugar packet prediction. I've seen that he's been coming up with lots of versions for other tricks to sell, like remote viewing it a Derren Brown Trick from his lecture (But Luke did work with him), His watch trick has many variations, Richard Osterlind has one. He's all right, but I'd like to see something more original.

If you don't know the sugar packet prediction, then yes, add this to cart, this is a great kind of impromptu way to do it, i prefer the sugar packets, but this is just one man's opinion.
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new take on a classic. Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 24th, 2007
The only problem that I've found is that there is no way for the spectator to pick up the remaining card at the end unless you perform a slight. I would suggest entering into Jay Sankey's "Paperclipped." "Paperclipped" is an instant classic, and anybody who calls themselves a mentalist should be familiar with this effect. All clean-up is self-contained within the finale of "Paperclipped." All in all, this is a great effect from a great mind. By the way, Olesea (I think I spelled her name correctly) is drop dead gorgeous, and it's always nice to see her.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 2nd, 2008
This trick is basically the same as the sugar packet production, so if you know that secret, then you could apply the same method to this presentation. The bad part of this effect, it that the final piece cannot be examined by the spectator, the sugar packet routine provides the same effect, but can be performed in a more casual setting anywhere.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 23rd, 2007
This trick uses a surefire principle that is very old yet very good. It is described in Jay Sankey's 22 Blows to the Head and other places. There are virtually no sleights involved which gives you lots of room for presentation.

If you are a newbie to mental magic, I suggest you pick this up if you are serious about learning mental magic/mentalism.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 23rd, 2007
Its an awesome effect.... luke has done it again!!! Simple but hard hitting anytime anywhere mentalism!!!ADD TO CART!!!ADD 3510 BY LUKE JERMAY TO YOUR CART TOO!!!ITS ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OUT THERE FROM ONE OF THE GREATEST MENTALISTS!!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 29th, 2008
Wow... i am a 13 year old performer who does birthday parties and i have to say... good from all angles... one of those "why the **** didn't i think of that" tricks... hits big... easiest trick in my arsenal...and just wow... i bought almost all of luke's tricks b/c of this one...
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Simple but effective Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on March 10th, 2008
Very simple trick which takes very little preparation and I haven't had anyone guess the trick or want to examine any of the materials involved. They just say, "How did you do that", and look puzzled! Not the hardest hitting trick in the world but certainly one of the easiest to carry out successfully, especially if you are only just starting out with mentalism like I am.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 3rd, 2010
I love the simplicity of this effect. I came up with a way to allow the spectator to choose the symbol that comes up at the end and it kills! This is perfect for strolling and close-up situations, especially when you're out with your friends and they want to see something impromptu. It seems so fair!
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 9th, 2010
The hands of fate trick has been around for a while. This is by no means a new trick but it is still good. What makes this one nice is that you are giving the opportunity to really involve the spectator. There is no forcing the spectator at all here. They really can draw any shapes that they want and in the end, you will always get the prediction right. I only give it three stars because doing it with paper doesn't always work well and it's easier to get caught by the spectator.
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