Rare packet trick from Nick Trost!Came out in 1988, but was on the market very briefly!
Based on a principle by Stanley Jaks, the late Nick Trost took this idea to a whole new level. A pack of ESP cards are fanned showing the different symbols. One card is removed and placed to the side to act as a prediction. Half the cards are given to a spectator.He is instructed to select a card beneath the table so there is no way you can know his selection. You do the same.Both cards are then inserted face-up into the halves; again beneath the table. The cards are brought forth and fanned. The cards match!
This is immediately repeated with a DIFFERENT symbol showing face-up in each half.
Now for the climax: The cards are again divided in half and the spectator is asked to choose any card from his group and bring it above the table. You do the same and bring a single card forward. You emphasize the fairness of the procedure. His card is turned up and it's a circle. You slowly turn over your card and it's seen to also be a circle! Now for the kicker, the prediction card is turned over and it matches the two selections!
An uncanny demonstration of prediction with just a simple pack of ESP cards. This is easy to do with no sleight of hand whatsoever. Comes with illustrated instructions and ESP cards.
CONDITION: very good. Box shows some wear, but cards are excellent.SEE PHOTO.