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by Marc Kerstein

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Mentalism
Media Types: Smart Phone App - iPhone, Smart Phone App - Droid, Smart Phone App - Windows
Publisher: Marc Kerstein

Product Description

WikiTest is a modern book test that uses a borrowed smartphone.

- You ask a spectator to search for ANY object or person on Wikipedia on THEIR phone to bring up its article.
- Whilst you look away, the spectator scrolls through the article and thinks of a RANDOM word on the page.
- You then tell the spectator EXACTLY what object they're looking at, as well as what word they're merely thinking of on the page!

The text (and of course their phone) can be thoroughly inspected after the routine with NOTHING to find!

* Works with ANY borrowed modern smartphone, tablet or computer.
* You NEVER touch their phone!
* VERY easy to perform.
* NO accomplice required.
* NO memory work needed.

This app is for entertainment purposes only.

Video and audio broadcasting of any description (including TV, radio and Internet) of this effect is prohibited without the written consent of its creator.
Date Added: Feb 2nd, 2017
MLA SKU: 589387f620aef


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Official Review

May 9th, 2018 9:45pm
Reviewed by Stuart Philip
I am very sorry to write this review.

It is perhaps the most amazing mentalism effect (described as “a modern book test that uses a borrowed smartphone”) that can be done with an iPhone that I have seen. I am damn sorry to tell you all about it. Marc Kerstein has created the mother of all mentalism effects using the MOABT as inspiration and creating an app that lets you travel with a show stopping effect at all times. Alas, because my desire to write overwhelms my selfish desire to keep this a secret, I tell you all that this app, which is not inexpensive, is astoundingly worthwhile.

The app, which can be bought on iTunes, costs $65. “No way am I spending that much money on a phone effect” I thought until I saw a performance on the Wizard Product Review. Because of that and the repeated declaration by many Magic Café users that WikiTest should be the Trick of The Year, I took the plunge. I am now a mindreading genius anytime and anywhere. Dear Marc Kerstein,... [Read More]

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