None of the tricks involve complicated setups or gimmicks either, which makes them either entirely impromptu or nearly impromptu so they're all super clean!
Answered at 02:37pm on June 17th, 2014 by girspiggy (2343 karma)
Hey there! These effects are intended to be performed as "impromptu" pieces, or as casual mentalism (sitting with friends or clients, as if you were just having a conversation). I personally love his "which hand" style effect included!
Answered at 02:36pm on June 17th, 2014 by girspiggy (2343 karma)
I liked his "which hand" effect, I believe he calls it "Lies" here, but I will never use it again since he improved upon it about 1,000% with his Tequila Hustler principle for divining which hand. It comes down to process: the CAM way is actually a little easier--though not much--but is wholly inferior to Tequila Hustler. That process removes the appearance problem inherent in all the other routines using the same principles. (I think they all got their start with Banachek's brilliant "Ring of Truth," which I use even if he doesn't anymore. It's great.)
Answered at 06:22pm on December 21st, 2015 by cfisanick (29 karma)