This seems to be an idea someone got one week and decided to try to release a product the next week.
Whether that's the case or not, that's what it looks like.
You've possibly already read
this method somewhere else and the only new elements that are brought to this method actually make
it worse off. I don't care that this doesn't work all the time, as I do plenty of things that
require outs or just may flat out fail. This is something to stay away from, for now. It doesn't
necessarily deserve a 1 star review, but I'm giving it that to try to outweigh the 4 and 5 star
reviews that it truly doesn't deserve.
In no way is this a logical presentation to reveal
any of the things that are mentioned in the ad copy. Depending on what you are trying to reveal,
this adds a LOT of repetitive time to an effect. I've achieved cleaner results in naming a thought
of card or coin in hand by literally guessing.
However, if this were to drop down to $5 or
to be tacked on to a bigger release like in the old days, it would have a bit more merit. Standing
alone at $20...no. It's everything wrong with the magic market right now.
I did take some
small elements from this and added it to my current routines, but none of what I added where the
method and I could have learned them from watching the trailer.