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You can read their thoughts!
Incredible mindreading trick!
The stunning effect this trick will have on your audience cannot be described!
NEW AND IMPROVED "TEAK" WOOD VERSION!
Wow- this all wood design looks great and works SO smoothly!
And this one comes with Monticup's BONUS INSTRUCTION video- showing you EXACTLY how to set this up and operate it smoothly!
The Mental Epic trick uses a board divided into six sections. In the three top sections, you secretly write your predictions to the answers that you think will be given by three spectators (example: a birthdate, a set of initials, and a playing card). After the predictions are covered, the spectators give their answers, which you write in the lower boxes on the board. When the predictions are uncovered- they match the spectators' answers!
Really startling effect gets a shocked and amazed reaction from your audience every time! It's your choice to perform it as a lighthearted magic routine, or as a serious "experiment" in psychic ability. Either way, it's a showstopper!
This Mental Epic Board requires the ability to "force" a card.
If you need to learn an easy force, see the TIPS tab for a free video lesson!
Of course, you can also use a Force Deck, available from MagicTricks.com.
A great way to let your spectator choose a card (either an ESP symbol card or a regular playing card) is to use the ORACLE STAND trick, available from us.
The board is quality made for years and years of hassle-free use.
The flaps on this one are attached with handy hinges, so the flaps covers cannot be misplaced or lost.
You supply your own ordinary chalk to use to write on the blackboard surface of each section.
History and Trivia:
Hen Fetsch introduced the concept of this trick in the 1930s.
Interested in magic history? Visit our free online Magic Library, full of biographies of famous magicians plus lots of magic history and trivia!