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Mental Yarn

by Bill Goldman

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Mentalism
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

A mental miracle suitable for stage, close-up, and even the phone or internet!

The magician asks a spectator to think of an object from a printed list. The selection process is extremely fair. Yet, even before the spectator makes her selection, the magician knows what object she is destined to pick! This is thought reading the way it was meant to be.

The above is the basic effect of Mental Yarn. Direct, stunning mind reading. However, there are many different ways to present the effect. For example, two spectators can assist the magician, each one selecting a different object. Of course, the magician reads both of their thoughts.

The trick is suitable for use on stage, close-up or even over the phone or the radio! In fact, Bill Goldman has closed many a contract by performing Mental Yarn on the phone with prospective clients. Mental Yarn has even been performed on the BBC and stunned Millions of viewers!

Keep in mind these points:

  • Trick can be repeated with different results
  • No set-up or reset
  • Fits in your pocket, yet large enough to play on stage
  • Extremely easy to do
  • Numerous presentational ideas supplied

Supplied complete with booklet of routines, tips and ideas, and three different versions of Mental Yarn.

Date Added: Aug 6th, 2006
MLA SKU: vcn3Mqqcz0KarzO


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July 13th, 2009 9:03am
Reviewed by Brian Reaves
This effect is about the size of 10 or so Poker-sized playing cards, and it comes with it's own small plastic case to keep the cards in. Basically, you have a spectator choose a characteristic of an item from a list on one card (fuzzy, golden colored, child's toy, etc), then choose an item from a list on another card that they feel matches that characteristic. This is something that's subjective, as it's how the spectator feels the characteristic matches one of the items, and it's not necessarily something obvious. But in the end, the magician can easily tell the spectator what item they are thinking of, even though they never told him the characteristic or even the characteristic number they were thinking of.

You can perform this trick within five minutes of reading the instructions, as there are only about six things you have to memorize. After that, it's all presentation. You can perform this either one-on-one in a close up situation, or on stage with a spectator (or even two at... [Read More]

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