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Future Mental

(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Mentalism
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

A small wooden box is shown. On top of the box are three brightly colored crocheted balls. One red, one yellow and one blue. While your back is turned, a spectator selects one of the three balls. Free choice, no force. The ball is shown around and placed back on the box. The balls are next dropped into the spectator's hands. You open the box, and the spectator drops the balls into three holes in the box. The balls are dropped into the box in any order, and they are visible even as the lid is replaced on the box. Hand the box to the spectator to hold. Explain that you have a prediction in your pocket. Reach in and remove it. Ask the spectator to name their selected color. They do. Open your hand and show a ball the same color as the one they freely selected. Miracle number one.

Now ask the spectator to open the box. They remove the lid, and there is one ball missing. Of course, the missing ball also matches their selected color. Miracle number two.

Immediately hand everything out for examination. The balls. The box. Everything.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003


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February 20th, 2010 10:11am
Reviewed by Phil Tawa
This trick is great but not easy. You do need good eye sight for it as it's hard to tell depending on the set of balls you get.
Can't be done in bad lighting. For me it's a 5 but due to the performer and circumstances of the trick I give it a 3. Worth a try if you use it, it's killer!
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October 22nd, 2012 10:14pm
Reviewed by Eddini
I got to tell you I'm not sure what I was thinking when I purchased this "Mental TRICK". This really sucks I think. The handling is pretty awkward in my opinion, and as far as the first part goes I think quite a few will pick up on that. I like routines personally that begin and end clean.

Sincerely, Ed

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