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Deliverance by Jay Sankey (Instant Download) Mail a sealed prediction that turns out completely true!! A monster reputation maker and perfect for everything from Super Bowl to lottery!
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In every genre of magic there is a Holy Grail effect that leads its students on a journey to find the perfect method. In mentalism, the prediction is the most sought after of any mental feat.
As a bonus, you'll also receive a special download that offers some great ideas from Nathan Kranzo. (This will appear as "Deliverance" in your MyPenguinMagic access area)!
With Deliverance the possibilities are endless. What mystery will you deliver?
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Customer Reviews (showing 1 - 6 of 6)5 of 6 magicians found the following review helpful:
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 1st, 2013
Way overhyped. If someone could actually make a prediction, why would it be written so small that only one person could read it? If I performed exclusively for a single person at a time, and said person paid me enough to justify setting this up...then sure. But since I don't perform under those conditions (nor do I believe anyone does) this falls under the category of "wish I didn't buy and now I'm stuck with garbage." Oh well.
Incredible method! Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on February 25th, 2013
In the demo Jay said we'd be pleased by the method and it would make us smile. He was correct on both assumptions! There is no fumbling or palming. The prediction is really inside the sealed envelopes. Even a novice could do this.
I have a solid Confabulation routine in my set. The "prediction" is taken out of my wallet, that a spectator is holding ( the BKM Wallet I picked up from Penguin a couple of years ago ).
Jay's system allows for the prediction to be inside 2 sealed envelopes and plays much bigger. I've used it so far in my parlor act, but will also add it to my MC work.
A BIG thanks to Jay and Penguin for this release!
Clever idea, but probably not something you'd want to do on stage Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on September 11th, 2013
The clever idea behind this trick only applies for making a *live* prediction. In other words, a bit of information that you could not possibly know before you go on stage. If you're predicting the super bowl or an election or anything the result of which already took place *before* you go on, then this method, clever as it is, is pretty useless.
The prediction can only be placed on an index card in pencil writing. So it'd be impossible for a stage audience to read it without the use of a camera hooked up to a projector. You'd have to have a volunteer confirm what it says for the audience, which takes a bit of the impact away. It's a really clever idea for destroying the evidence behind the method. But I don't see myself using it on a stage.
Solid, useable Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on March 5th, 2013
There is nothing NEW new here, but Jay has come up with a brilliant twist and some great details that will make this useable in a lot of situations.
I will totally use this technique which leaves you very clean at the end.
This is not a "trick" as much as it is a "method" for doing a sealed envelope prediction of a single word, number, or even a small drawing. I could imagine using this as part of a multiple prediction effect, where a spoken name, sum, or a card name is revealed to be sealed in two envelopes.
The spectator CAN remove the envelope from the larger envelope if done properly.
I did smile at this secret and it was definitely worth the money.
I can't wait to try it out on a real crowd; you'll have to make your own gimmicks but if you can cut paper like a kindergardener you can do this.
Misleading Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 6th, 2015
Completely disappointed. Misleading ad.
The conditions of the effect stated in the ad are not the actual ones. The ad seems to suggest that the spectator can handle things fairly, but nothing could be further from the truth.
The method is terrible in my opinion. There are some old and better methods out there to do a similar effect under good conditions.
Sankey has some great stuff out there but this is not one of them. I don't know what was he thinking. (Sorry Jay, I'm a fan of yours) Don't waste your money.
I would def use this Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on March 21st, 2013
This is a great idea for anyone wanting to do an envelope prediction. I am not thrilled with the [edited to protect secret] but I think that can even be done away with under most circumstances. if you're ballsy enough to pull it off, this effect becomes IMPOSSIBLE. I really like the idea behind this and you can make your own in about 2 minutes. You'll need small manilla envelopes, small white envelopes (no window) and a little extra something you'll have to buy and some other things you already have in the house. The cool thing is that JS gives you all this stuff so you can make one or two before you run out to buy construction materials.
THIS IS VERY CLEVER. I'll see you in the forum after you buy it, I'm curious how some of you are using it.
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