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Think Pink

by Ran Pink

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

Product Description

Imagine being able to read minds. A stranger is thinking of an old friend who lives thousands of miles away. With Think Pink in your arsenal you will be able to describe and then name the thought of person. All you need is a piece of paper, a pen and the simple techniques taught in this 10 page manual. The full color photographs illustrate every move making this new technique for the center tear so easy to learn.

- Can be performed anytime. Everything looks natural. The secret information is written on the center of the paper. Can be done with business cards,index cards or any paper.

- no switching,stealing palming or preparation.

- the paper never leaves the audience's sight. You tear the paper to 1/16th its original size while your head is turned away.

- allows you to show the papers from all sides during and after the tear and still access the information in a direct but very subtle manner. The information appears horizontally, upright and easy to read.

- Think Pink is ideal for one-word descriptions, names, dates and numbers.

Date Added: Feb 6th, 2008
MLA SKU: ytDMbnZnj4YJH1e


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Official Review

April 22nd, 2008 6:53pm
Reviewed by David Parr
Think Pink is a no-frills, fifteen-page, saddle-stapled pamphlet that describes a handling for the center tear. A piece of paper as large as a three-by-five index card or as small as a standard business card can be used.

I'm fond of the center tear described by Corinda in 13 Steps to Mentalism, probably because it was the first one I learned and it's the only one I've used in performance. But having run several times through the handling described in Think Pink, I can understand why someone might choose this approach. By the time the "work" happens, the paper has apparently been torn into small pieces. One more tear, and the pieces are given to someone in the audience. At that point, no evidence of hanky-panky remains.

Text and photos provide a bare-bones explanation of the handling. The instructions are clear and easy to follow. One presentational approach is outlined in the effect description.

Think Pink is an interesting and, as far as I can tell, workable approach to the... [Read More]
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