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Rich Relish


A bulletproof marking system for billets
Based on reviews Includes: One hour video tuition and supplementary PDFs
This tutorial is rated as a level 3 out of 5 (with 5 being the hardest)
Difficulty: Some experience necessary
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Rich Relish is a data analyst by day and magician by night. When his astute, analytical brain produced a unique billet marking system, we knew it was going to be great.

Navigate your favourite billet effects easier than ever before.

Compass (formerly Juncture by Rich Relish) far surpasses traditional nail nicks and pencil dots; it enables you to effortlessly mark up to 21 cards. You can even mark them under your spectators' noses!

Hidden in plain sight, they are easy to read, easy to learn and easy to remember.

In this information-packed, one-hour digital download, you will learn the core Compass principle alongside multiple, powerful effects to instantly apply it to. In just one sitting and next-to-no practice, you'll be set for life with a method that’s too good to forget.

As a valuable bonus, you will also learn a second marking system to equip you with a solid and devious alternative. It's impossible to spot the marks because there is quite literally nothing to see. Once you learn it, you'll be excited to use it to enhance your effects.

If two bulletproof marking systems weren't enough, you'll also get access to a short Jam Session where other magicians from The 1914 family chime in to offer their expert thoughts and guidance.

Compass works with any sized paper or card; from small business cards to larger, stage-sized dimensions.

Never get lost mid performance again. Get Compass now.

Rich Relish
About the teacher

Rich Relish

Rich Relish is a creator and performer who specialises in close-up mentalism for weddings and corporate events.

Customer Reviews
Industry Endorsements

"Simple, practical and really worth knowing."

Marc Paul

"An essential tool for all mentalists to learn."


"This one is up there with the best. Great thinking."

Stephen Young

"Why didn't I think of that?!"

Scott Creasey

"Really lovely idea from Rich. Just buy it!"

Steve Cook