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The Precognition Deck by Chris Kenworthey
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The magician tosses a deck of cards to any volunteer in the audience and relates that earlier in the day he had a premonition. He asks the volunteer to simply name any card in the deck-he has a completely free choice. The magician continues to explain that after his premonition he removed one card from the pack and placed it in his pocket.

The spectator himself then removes the cards from the case and counts them out, looking at each card's face. He gets all the way through the deck and finds there are only 51 cards, none of which were his named selection! The performer reaches into his pocket and removes one card...the spectator's selection!

  • No pocket indexes, roughing fluid, adhesives, short cards, deck switches or sleight-of-hand, the ingenious deck does it all for you
  • The deck is in the spectator's hands before the effect begins and the magician never touches the cards
  • Any of the 52 cards may be named

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Comes complete with the very special deck of cards and fully-illustrated instructions.

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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 12th, 2005
This trick is a huge waste. For 4-5 times the price of Brainwave or Invisible decks, you get about 10% the reaction. The misdirection required really diminishes the effect. Not only that the cards themselves seem to be of poor quality. This trick is really just an expensive Invisible deck that's harder to pull off and a poorer trick in everyw ay. Save money and go buy the Invisible deck.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 6th, 2010
The idea of the trick is really good but the ending is pretty weak. You also don't want the spectators handling the cards otherwise you could be in big trouble. Another downside is that they aren't printed on bicycle stock so for me it would be very unnatural for me to use it now. I would just stick to the card in pocket and ignore what Oz did in the video all together.

Having said all this, I still believe this still deliver a strong performance. Just make sure you practice your patter because if you just deal the cards out then your audience might realize that something fishy is going on. If you are big into gaffed decks then think about this one. I like it but I think it has too many flaws.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 2nd, 2010
the idea for the trick is nice, but 25 dollars is expensive especially when im sure you clever people can figure out a way to accomplish the trick with a normal deck. neat plot tho
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Too risky to be fun as is, but it can be salvaged Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 2nd, 2010
If you put a little bit of your own touch on this, you might make a decent trick out of it. However, if you're going to go strictly by the directions you're heading into dangerous territory. For one thing, handing these to the spectator to count out will make you sick to your stomach the whole time they have them. One wrong move on their part (such as turning the deck to the side to see the backs) and you're busted.

Second, the kicker isn't a kicker at all. You're supposed to have done this amazing effect and you end with a very weak laugh at best. There's no way this makes sense.

If you want to salvage this effect, then YOU handle the cards and skip the countdown. Instead, do an instant ribbon spread and have them search for their card quickly. They won't find it, you scoop up the deck and slip it into your pocket or the case (and switch it out at the end for a normal deck if you want it examinable). The trick can end there (it's just a full-deck Princess Trick at that point). As an alternative, pull out the envelope and do that horrible "52 on 1" ending, but finish by pulling the card out of your wallet, shoe, pocket, or whatever. The unique build of the PD allows you to only have to carry a few cards on your person at a time. When they tell you the card they thought of, you just have to remember where you're holding that particular card.

Just come up with something on your own. Don't let the limitations of this deck keep you from performing some small miracle or another.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 21st, 2007
i love this deck i show it to my friend and he was totally amazed

Just three word add to carts!!!
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on May 2nd, 2003
i really didnt enjoy this trick. Takes ALOT!!! of misdirection and the patter doesn't make complete sense, i recommend the invisible deck instead
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