A classic Rock, Paper, Scissors game... gone mental!
Jay Di's propless mentalism masterpiece just got better.
Rock Paper Lies Plus features new ideas by Mark Chandaue, Laurance Hookway, Michael Daniels, and many more.
The mentalist turns around while two spectators are playing Rock, Paper, Scissors (or even an imaginary game). THERE'S NO WAY he could know who won and what symbols were played and yet, using their body language, he can reveal everything! Rock, Paper, Lies is a Rock, Paper, Scissors game where you will not only be able to guess who is the winner, but also which symbol they played with, who is lying and who is telling the truth. Jay Di Biase brings new life to a well-known method creating a mind-blowing, propless mentalism routine.
NO DUAL REALITY
NO INSTANT STOOGE
PLUS SOME GREAT BONUS EFFECTS FROM ANTONIO CACACE
"Usually when someone says they have improved an effect, they have only improved it in their mind to the detriment of the original routine or effect. In this case, this is not true. This improvement takes the liar logic problem into a whole new arena, opening up doors for many more applications... well done."
- Banacheck - March, 2015
"Jay Di Biase's RPS is great! Based on Banachek's liar/truthteller effect, Jay has taken the basic idea and added a wonderful take with the Rock, Paper, Scissors game. When he first showed me this in Italy last month, I was knocked for a loop even though I knew the original effect! It all seems so innocent and yet you know everything! It's the perfect anytime/anyplace effect. If you need further recommendation, let me just say I have added this effect to my repertoire and I am doing it everywhere! I love it!"
- Richard Osterlind - March 2015
"This is the best application and improvement of the liar/truth teller method that I have ever seen! This is propless mentalism at its best!"
- Luca Volpe - March, 2015
Download the video now and astound your spectators!
This is easy to learn, simple to perform but has a wide appeal.
The game of Rock, Paper, Scissors is familiar to everyone. With this routine, Jay leverages the subtle dynamics of the competition which most people DO NOT understand. It is difficult to determine intuitively.
I love this routine and can even "jazz" with it a bit by emphasizing the COMPLETE FREEDOM of choice - alluding to the fact that we really do not have any free choice.
[5 of 5 Stars]
This really is a worker and propless mentalism at its best. Some weeks ago, I performed RPL to a good friend of mine who is a real skeptic and is known for his logical thinking. I was afraid, he would right away say that he knows, how it is done. But he was completely baffled and had no clue, how I did it.
Best of all there is a closed FB group that’s pretty active and that creates additional ideas, simplified and extended approaches and presentation schemes.
Best purchase in a long time. Thanks Jay - looking forward to your “The Subliminal Game“.
[5 of 5 Stars]
I'm giving this a 4 because, for me, I had to, and will still need to, go over the video a few more times to fully comprehend the methodology. The assistant in the video was obviously a lot quicker understanding everything then I would have been. I presently use a couple of basic logic/puzzle effects that can incorporate "In the Hand" type outcomes and the added "Rock, Paper, Scissors" just makes the trick that much better. I would have preferred a written manuscript or booklet as opposed to a video however. All in all, a good effect.
[4 of 5 Stars]
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 02 January, 2019.