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ID100 by Rick Lax and Diamond Jim Tyler (Instant Download) An ingenious way to read minds with NO PROPS. START LEARNING INSTANTLY.
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"My go-to trick. I love this .. " -Rick Lax

Rick Lax is BY FAR, the world's most popular "number trick" performer and this is his #1 favorite number trick.

Rick's so Facebook-famous, he gets recognized all the time now, even at the beach. And naturally, his fans ask him to perform a trick. When they do, he performs "ID 100."

"Propless mentalism" means reading minds using NOTHING. Nothing but your words and your imagination. It's beautiful. You can do it anywhere. At the pool. Even over the phone!!

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS: One thing I personally **LOVE** about this trick, is that it uses a) imagination and b) dice, the foundation of role-playing games! Yes, I am an RPG nerd. Specifically, this trick uses two 6-sided dice, as well as one 100-sided die, all of which are used in table-top role playing games like D&D. With the resurgence of table-top gaming, you'll love having a magic trick that combines imagination and dice.

Now, if you're on the fence about "number tricks"...

a) Let me remind you that you're probably performing magic to entertain "the people", and not yourself.

b) Let me assure you that THE PEOPLE LOVE NUMBER TRICKS. All it takes is ONE look at Rick Lax's facebook page for proof. Literally OVER ONE HUNDRED MILLION people have watched and liked his "number trick" videos. And actually they don't just like them, they SHARE them (way stronger). That means they like them SO MUCH, that they want their friends and family to see them too.

What I'm trying to tell you is, "number tricks" are proven, beyond a shadow of a doubt to be entertaining, and that THIS TRICK, ID100 is the #1 choice of the world's #1 "number trick" guy. Don't think about them like a magician, think about them like an entertainer.

HERE'S WHAT HAPPENS

A spectator rolls 2 dice. They remember which 2 sides are up. Then, using an INGENIOUS process, you're able to tell them with 100% certainly exactly which 2 dice they rolled. Which one they rolled first, and which they rolled 2nd.

Again, these are imaginary dice. Nothing physical is used in this trick... unless.... unless you do what I do, which is to use REAL DICE to reveal the secret! That adds 2 additional tricks to the mix (where did the dice come from, and how are they facing the correct way?)

I'm getting off track. This is a complete routine complete with funny jokes, and a seriously cool method that you can use to open ANY act, or just use the next time someone asks to see something cool.

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A rare miss. Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 1st, 2017
Normally a huge fan of anything Rick Lax puts out but this one was a let down unfortunately. If an uncut performance showing the full procedure was in the trailer, not many would buy this. ID7 was far better. Sorry Penguin!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on September 25th, 2017
I had to stop watching this within a minute of watching the live performance. That's an absolute first. Ever. And I'm old. Unbelievable that this was released. Now I see why the ad copy was so useless. This obviously didn't even warrant a written description. This is something your elementary school math teacher might try on the class. But only if the class was remedial..

This was the worst magic purchase in recent memory.
Possibly ever.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 8th, 2017
i expected another justification from the great Rick, because to "read the mind of the audience" he needs to ask them to do 4, yes 4! mathematics operations. This is too much in my opinion. Of course in the trailer there is not math calculations at all and when you learn the trick suddenly you find with 4 of them. Rick gives a "justification" but this is not good at all (he speaks about a 3rd dice that goes from 1 to 100! which kind of dice is it???)
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 8th, 2017
Too many steps to keep the spectator interested. It also requires the spectator to do a calculation which though is easy, most people cannot do it in their head. A calculator just further slows the effect.

A positive is that if you have their attention the result will be impossible to dope out.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 3rd, 2017
After some time and thought, I've decided that maybe my original review was too harsh. I was coming from this from the view point of it being a piece of propless mind reading, and from that angle, it is too procedural. But, I'm trying to get into the habit of asking myself "how could I find a way to do this" rather than making snap decisions of "I'd never do this".

With that in mind, the comment in the ad copy about Rick having millions of shares on facebook is a fair and logical one - people obviously find this kind of thing compelling. I will try this out with laypeople by presenting it and framing it openly as exactly what it is "a trick with numbers that might look almost like mind reading"
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 9th, 2017
I got this trick from William Simon's book "Mathematical Magic" and have used it whenever I do math-magic at STEM events and science fairs, including the National Math Festival in DC last April. I bought the trick because I thought that it might have been a little different, but it wasn't. However, the presentation is different than what I use, so it is good to have some variety when doing a particular trick. Only the best math students and adults can figure out the trick while standing before me, and the rest are pleasantly puzzled. Works for kids who can do arithmetic in their heads. Generally, 11 or 12 is a good age.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 4th, 2017
Probably, we all knew from the beginning how this worked. However, Rick's working and humor is what takes the mind of the audience to new heights. These dice will constantly be in my back pocket to show anyone when they ask to see a magic trick. However hard it is to sit on a Zocchihedron.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 4th, 2017
Rick,
I like this because you don't need any props. Kind of like the thumbs up routine then laced then they can't straighten their hands.
Also really enjoyed how the cup with liquid moved from on side to the other with less fluid then the fluid totally disappeared. Nicely done.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 5th, 2017
I really like this effect. It's perfect when you have absolutely nothing on you and someone wants to see a trick
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 4th, 2017
Rick has done it again......his brilliance is not maybe in the secret but in the nuances he trains you on. He constantly opens up my mind as to different ways to perform this and all
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