SequenceAlways know the target symbol
(what does this mean?)
1. Self Working
Self working magic tricks are tricks that just work! They require no sleight of hand whatsoever. They are absolutely perfect for beginners. Desipite being super easy, we still recommend practising them in private first to perfect your patter and presentation.
2. Easy to Learn
These tricks are also beginner friendly, but there will most likely be a few sneaky (but fairly easy) moves to rehearse and remember before the trick is ready to be performed. Unlike self working tricks, these will require a little more confidence, but we believe in you!
3. Some Experience Necessary
Products in this category aren't difficult to do, but they will require some basic knowledge of the craft. If you know what a false cut is and can do a double lift, you've probably got what it takes to get value from these tricks. If you have no idea what any of that just meant, don't worry, you will after watching our beginners masterclass (coming soon).
4. Dedication Required
We always recommend practising your magic, even for self working tricks. But these tricks will require more than the average. Products that require some more advanced coin or card manipulations will probably fall into this category. Or tricks that need you to memorise a lot of information.
5. Serious Dedication Required
You're a serious magician if you're venturing into these realms. But it's true what they say; dicipline is rarely enjoyable but it is ALWAYS profitable. And boy, will you will reap the rewards. We salute you!
Rich Relish is back with a brand new, baffling wallet mentalism masterpiece.
With just three simple, examinable cards in your wallet, you will be able to demonstrate a myriad of mentalism skills in a structured, three-phase routine that will work in any language.
This is the ideal opener for the walk-around mentalist. Nothing needs to be written down, there are no special moves to learn and it requires no equivoque or double-speak. It's simple to understand and the method is easy to grasp.
Phase One - Superpower Memory
Three cards totalling 60 sequences of ESP symbols are given to your participant. They choose a card, and choose a sequence. Each sequence has its own "target" symbol, which you will attempt to reveal.
The participant reads aloud the sequence in order, and without any peeks or fishing, you are able to correctly "remember" what the target symbol is. Impressive, but explainable. So you up the ante.
Phase Two - Psychological Decoding
The process is repeated with a different sequence from their chosen card. But this time, the participant recites the sequence in ANY order. At lightning speed, you appear to mentally decode the jumbled sequence to once again correctly divulge the target symbol.
Phase Three - Mind Reading
For the third and final test, your participant can select ANY sequence from ANY row, on ANY side of ANY card, and they can read the sequence aloud in ANY order.
It would be impossible to remember or decode this much data. But once again, you are able to inexplicably reveal the target symbol the participant is thinking of!
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In the eyes of your audience, there is no trace of a method because there are no patterns to spot and the sequences will be different every time. For the table hoppers, this means you can repeat the routine in earshot of your previous tables without tipping the secret; it will simply cement the fact that your skills are as real as you claim them to be.
Despite appearances, Sequence involves no memory work; if you can hear the sequence, you will hit the target.
Sequence is a baffling stand-alone demonstration, or the perfect segue into further ESP effects. In the bonus section, Rich will even teach you his unmissable, closely-guarded ESP card routine. It’s the perfect follow on from Sequence, allowing you to create an entire, superb, close-up ESP act!
Add Sequence to your repetoire today.