This is absolutely a demonstration of super human memory using a deck of cards..
Imagine, you hand a deck of cards to your spectator. Ask him to shuffle it (real shuffle), then you take it back and explain that you're going to memorize the entire cards. Yes 52 cards!!
You begin to deal the cards one by one on the table. Once you've done it, you ask your audience to give you any number from 1 to 52. As soon as he says it, you tell him the card that lay at his chosen number. Let's say it's "the six of clubs."
Then you ask the spectator to take the cards and count as many cards as his chosen number. He deals to the card and stops at his number.
You ask him to turn over the top card at his pile, and guess what? That is the exact card you said earlier, "the six of clubs!!"
? IT IS NOT AN EASY TRICK ( You might not perform it right away as soon as you watch the tutorial )
? IT WILL TAKES SOMETIMES TO PRACTICE
? ONCE YOU MASTER IT, IT WOULD BECOME YOUR ANTICIPATE CARD TRICK EVER !!
I really like Memori. It plays exactly as shown in the video - nothing is obscured or removed for the ad copy. No deck swap. And although the patter is honest (it *is* a memorization trick), the method is a whole lot simpler than the effect would lead you to believe. You'll be able to perform it within an hour of watching the video, even if your memory is shite.. Honest!
I'm a memdeck user, so I was concerned it would require me to learn a different technique - I didn't. My method is completely different, but it retrofit Memori just fine. I already do a CAAN type *prediction* effect that is based on one of the key principles, but this handling opens it right up and makes it a completely impromptu memory effect. It's always good to have multiple ways to take on an effect. I will be using this.
The video quality is a bit rough, but meh, it is only six bucks. I would have liked to see examples of different ideas, especially for the reveal. For example, the spec could count down to their card, and instead of you remembering what it is, you could use any number of NLP-style reading techniques to read it from their mind instead. There are lots of different premises that could play out with this effect.
[4 of 5 Stars]
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 28 November, 2017.