Dance of Shiva book by Docc Hilford
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Imagine this: you ask someone to think of a line from their favorite poem. Something you could not possibly know. They write the sentence across the center of their business card. They fold it and drop it on the table. You pick it up, tighten the creases, and place it in their palm. Actions that take less than five seconds. The folded card never leaves their view.
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An overpriced, good idea Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 6th, 2010
You need to know exactly what you're getting here, so I will point out where the ad copy is misleading. There is a claim that you don't have to "tear up" the prediction in order to gain the information. Perhaps it is the word "up" that makes the marketer believe this to be a true statement, because you absolutely DO have to tear it.
As a result, the assertion that you "end clean", is not true. You can not hand the billet back to the spectator, because it not has a tear in it.
Yes, this tear is supposed to be surreptitious, which means it must be done silently. This seems like a bit of a challenge.
I will concede that the mechanics of the handling are well thought out, and reasonably well-illustrated and explained. However, if you're already comfortable doing peeks and center tears, I don't know if this is really any better. At least with a center tear, the billet has been (supposedly) destroyed; with this technique, you're holding the billet the entire time, so a spectator seems more likely to think that at some point during the routine, you were able to sneak a peek undetected.
I don't think I would ever use this, but it warrants a decent rating because some good original thinking went into it. Some may find it worthwhile.
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