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Tarbell 62: Modern Mental Mysteries Part 2 (Instant Download)

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The Impossible Prediction:
A triple coincidence finds a random helper predicting a chosen cocktail, and you provide all the right ingredients.

The Royal Telephone Test:
A direct method for the perennial favorite telephone card trick, updated with options for the cellphone era.

Tarbell's "Bank Night":
A new presentation and handling with prize bubbles that breathes new life into Bank Night, making everyone a winner, especially you.

The Psychic Number 7:
A closely-guarded method to code any playing card over the phone, explained here for the first time ever.

Sunshine's "Stop Card" Mystery:
Three spectators are called upon to locate their own cards through intuition, and they do, with quite a bit of help from this clever new handling.

Synthetic Sympathy:
A quick, impromptu card-matching trick by Ted Annemann that will put your card handling skills to good use.

Spirit Photography:
Learn how to make a special envelope that can recieve written messages faster than email.

The X-Ray Cards:
A do-it-yourself deck of cards seems completely ordinary but contains a secret way for you to see any card returned anywhere.

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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 20th, 2016
Here are more updated mental routines mostly using cards from Tarbell. Dan, as always, is up to the challenge. His two different methods for telephone coding a card are each worth the price of this download. The others routines are fairly standard things, like using a d***** e******* for spirit writing and a "stop" card trick. I believe that I saw his version of Bank Night before on an old "Packs Flat, Plays Big" DVD, but that's okay. It's fun and uses a neat s***** that eliminates the need for the performer to touch the last envelope, here a plastic prize bubble from a supermarket machine. He ends with, again, a fairly standard card divination based on the weight of the ink that uses a funny old gaffed deck that you can make in under an hour with one tool. It always makes me smile to see modern mentalists using long-forgotten gaffed decks, like Luke Jermay with the Franklin Taylor Peek Deck. It just goes to prove that this stuff is timeless--and the more forgotten or obscure, the more deceptive. Good material here.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 22nd, 2016
I am not super into Mental stuff, but Dan has some great variety of stuff on these two lessons that make them worth visiting. His construction instructions for different envelopes is great. Many techniques go well with other types of magic, but don't overlook these two lessons.
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