Predict the three cards chosen by your spectator!BONUS VIDEO: Get exclusive ONLINE instruction with expert tips from Peter Monticup!
Nothing is gimmicked!Absolutely ASTOUNDING!
Hand your spectator three ordinary blank playing cards.Let him number the cards- 1, 2 and 3- with a Sharpie pen or other writing instrument.You pick up the cards he just numbered, and on the back of Card #1, you write a prediction, and place the card so that the prediction is face down, with the number "1" showing.Then you hand him an ordinary deck of cards.He can spread the cards in his hand so he can see the faces, and choose ANY card.He sets the first chosen card face down on the table.You put your prediction next to it, also face down.You write your second prediction on the back of Card #2, and place it face down.Your spectator chooses a second card, and puts it face down next to your prediction.And you write the third prediction on Card #3, place it face down, and let your spectator choose his third card, putting it face down next to your prediction.DRUM ROLL PLEASE!You (or the spectator) flip over Prediction Card #1 and the spectator's first chosen card- THEY MATCH!Flip Prediction Card #2 and the spectator's second chosen card- THEY MATCH!And flip Prediction Card #3 and the spectator's third chosen card- THEY MATCH TOO!
This is an EXCLUSIVE MagicTricks.com offering!The Insane Card Prediction is not available elsewhere!To learn it, you'll get the password to the ONLINE video (above) where Monticup himself will teach you his handling and routine, step by step.Also included in the video are instructions for several easy card forces!Couldn't be easier to learn!This will really amaze your friends!
You provide an ordinary deck of playing cards.You will need a Sharpie or other writing pen.
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