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Thought Foreseen (Instant Download) Imagine having the power to read someones mind... now imagine no more! This killer routine will make you look like a true mind reader with an ordinary deck of cards.
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A shuffled pack of playing cards is handed to your spectator to cut as many times as he or she wants. When they feel the need to stop, they place a card in their pocket, unseen by you, or anybody, for that matter. You don't even have to be in the room during this part of the presentation, yet you have the ability to name the identity of the playing card in their pocket! Sound impossible? Check out the demo! No forces, stooges, smoke, mirrors, or difficult sleight of hand. You were just Born to Perform!
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Cuts can mess up the trick Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 6th, 2003
This trick is baffling to people that aren't into magic, but you're better off buying a book on self-working magic or mental magic.
Don't try it on people who know slegiht of hand either (they might try to use some complicated cuts and mess up the trick).
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 7th, 2003
Doubt this will get posted - sorry to say that the video demo is misleading. The overall trick is good (an old one reworked) - but the shuffle convincer is not included in the video. I only bought it for the shuffle - imagine my disappointment!
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 31st, 2003
THE FIRST TIME I SAW THIS TRICK...I COULDN'T BELIEVE HOW EASY IT WAS..AND FOR THAT OTHER PERSON WHO THOUGHT THAT THE TRICK WAS BAD JUST CUZ THE SHUFFLE WASN'T INCLUDED..WELL...THE BRIDGE SHUFFLE IS THE EASIEST SHUFFLE IN THE BOOK...I RATED IT A LEVEL 1, BCUZ I KNEW HOW TO DO IT, AND IT'S VERY EASY.....(AS WELL AS THE SLEIGHTS THAT ARE INVOLVED)!!!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on February 19th, 2004
This is a great metalism effect. It now comes with an extra video. Great, easy. The perfect Mentalsim effect.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on March 7th, 2004
I have already reviewed this download but you will see that I have re-rated it. Penguin listened to its customers and now include a video for the shuffle - it raises the trick no end! Thank you Penguin.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 6th, 2004
Well, what is there to say? A LOT. This trick is great, in fact, it isn't really a trick, more of a tool, that lets you do many things.There is ABSOLUTELY NO sleight of hand involved. In fact, the hardest part of it is putting the cards back in the case-and that isn't even hard. Ever since I purchased this trick,I have done it all the time.In fact,of all the times I HAVE done it, not ONCE have I not recieved great reactions-not once!I really reccomend this trick. I know many tricks, but the ones I always do to people are:2CardMonte and the Ambitious Card Routine-after I got Thought Foreseen, I added that to my routine.
Pros: No forces. You NEVER see their card, although you know what it is. It is a full deck of 52 cards.Gets great reactions. Can be used for many things. Can be repeated over and over, each time with a different card.It is 110% impromptu. No stooges.They cut ANYWHERE they want.I could go on and on with pros.
Cons:You have to set the deck up before hand.Your set up can be ruined by a spectator, but it rarely happens.
Buy this instant download. Just do it. It's a no brainer.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 9th, 2005
I like this trick. but why 3 stars? Well....it's not what it seems and there is a bit of setup. :( For the price, I personally don't think its worth it. but, overall, its a very, very easy mentalism effect.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 31st, 2006
I cannot belive I didn't get this trick when I first got into Penguin if you are looking for a way to build up your reputation, get this. ADD TO CART NOW!
Yeah its pretty good. Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 5th, 2007
yeah its good, the only problem is if you cut TOOO much there is a chance the trick is shot...but still...its really smart and I use it a lot.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 10th, 2008
Thought Foreseen, I would say, is one of the top five must have and easy to perform instant downloads on Penguin. Here's a list of pros and cons, and why the trick is worth getting...
beginners can do it (I found this trick in an old book when I was 8 and could blow people's mind even without the fake shuffle)
reputation maker... "do that trick again!"
easy to perform: simple method
can be presented as mind reading, xray vision, or influence
spectator acknowledges that they have the freedom to cut anywhere
only .95 for both the method and the most beastly fake shuffle EVER
absolutely impossible outcome to the spectator
more of an opener or single trick
large setup (but only have to reset if the deck is truly shuffled)
false shuffle will take practice (the shuffle isn't necessary for the trick, but if it is used, it adds a 5 times better effect. and if you're doing magic and not willing to practice, then go find a different hobby)
If the spectator decides to get "smart" with the cards while your back is turned, there is a chance the trick wont work (even if they do, this chance is EXTREMELY SLIM. so don't worry)
ADD TO CART... why? because this is direct mentalism at its easiest to perform, and along with the trick itself, you will get THE BEST FALSE SHUFFLE. Everyone has seen false table shuffles that don't look natural and you don't get to see the cards actually weaving into each other. This is a false riffle shuffle with a bridge... beat that!
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