The video starts with "No Forces, No Questions, and Nothing Written Down". I suppose that's true and
I was fooled as you have to ask the spectators to sort 6 cards into 2 piles which could be a command
and not a question. This is an ancient trick. When someone first tried to casually perform it on me
I instantly figured it out without having seen it before. I purchased this trick after some
hesitation based on the high reviews here and the associated video which made it sound like there
was some new method involved, but there's not... this trick is in several kiddie magic sets. I also
purchased this trick because I think Richard Sanders is awesome... apparently that's no longer
The cards are very high quality and nicely done so if you're looking for an
elite version of this recycled trick this may be for you, but I wish I had spent my elsewhere and I
recommend learning more about it before randomly spending your cash on it.
I don't agree with this review. Yes, the basic method for this trick is in very old and in "kiddie magic sets", however the lottery card theme in powerball 60 is very strong and deceptive to a lay-person. The very well-made, genuine looking lottery cards provide a logical reason to separate the cards -- into winners and losers. Also the DVD and extensive pdf provide additional value to this product. I just wish there were cheaper refills when the cards wear down to an unusable state.