Poker mentalism teaching Matt Mello - Graphic
To show your abilities , you tell the audience that you will try to remember a whole deck , and the audience limited time . Two cut a deck of cards , one audience , you copy. Both are washed out. You let the audience to send half Deputy cards on the table , as he could send a little faster , at this time, you will be spread out on the table trying to remember the other half decks . In fact only a few of seconds , your time is up. Cards are close up. First of all, you give the audience a double-digit , let him remember that , because it will use the next and so on . Now you turn around , the audience to remember the cards you send down one by one , each time to properly say what brand . Then the other half deputy do? Just remember to let the audience remember the number it? The other half of each deputy of cards actually add up to an equal number of points you just let the audience remember the values. This is the Graphic!
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Effect: In an attempt to show your mental abilities, you tell the spectator you will try to memorize an entire deck of cards, and you will let them set the time limit!
The deck is cut with the spectator getting one half and you one half. Both are shuffled. You instruct the spectator to deal the half pack onto the table as fast as possible, and in that time, you will memorize the other half that is spread on the table.
In a matter of only seconds, your time is up, and the cards are squared. In an off moment, you give the spectator a two digit number to remember, it will be important later. The spectator takes the memorized half and deals one card at a time face up onto the table. With your back turned, you successfully name each card in exact order.
What about the other half? Remember that number you gave the spectator? Each number card in the other half is added up, and matches the number you gave!
"Graphic is a realistic memory plot that plays as real ability, the devious nature of the effect is hidden in plain site, I love this." -Andrew Gerard
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