Mental CardBoard + BONUS Improved Gimmick
Correctly predict the exact card selected by your spectator! With EXCLUSIVE improved gimmick!
Ages 10 and up Level 2
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Mental CardBoard + BONUS Improved Gimmick

Item Id: 90-1377 review 1 Review(s)
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A great trick just got even better!

The classic effect Slate of Mind is terrific, but it had one major design flaw in the gimmick, making it nearly impossible to operate smoothly. has redesigned the gimmick! Yes, Monticup has personally installed a new and improved gimmick on your slate! This is a CRITICAL design adaptation that he came up with while using this great trick in his own show. Buy this trick here, and you'll get Monticup's IMPROVED version- available NOWHERE ELSE!

If you like mindreading effects, and you like quick and startling tricks, this one's for you! Show a slate with six numbers on it. Next to each number is a playing card clipped to the board. Let your spectator freely choose any of the six cards. Clip that card to the top of the board. When you turn the board around- the chosen card matches your prediction, and all of the other cards are different!

Absolutely no skill needed! If you can put the cards in the slots of the board, you can do the trick!

As mentioned above, this trick comes from the manufacturer with a critical design flaw. As a free bonus, your board will be already fitted with the new and improved gimmick developed by Peter Monticup! And that improvement is not available anywhere else! Don't be disappointed- get the one that WORKS!

What you'll get when you buy this trick   Here's what you'll get:

  • Mental CardBoard slate
  • 6 playing cards
  • printed instructions
  • BONUS: Monticup's improved gimmick already installed for you
And that's all you need!


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Customer Reviews
4 Stars
Great effect and well made. Easy to do. Need to force a card first. Minimal practice.
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