Author(s): Jones, Lewis
Publication Summary: 2011, 85 pgs.
The effects use playing cards, coins, bank notes, drawings, keys, diaries, and business cards.
You teach any spectator to read minds.
Spectators cause cards to float out from the deck, and even rise inside the card case.
You divine a secret drawing while it is still face-down on the table.
The lazy man's Triumph effect - it's virtually sleight-free.
A coin trick without coins.
Spectators throw a number of imaginary dice - you have predicted the total.
Someone thinks of any word among dozens in a newspaper, and you divine it without any questions.
You can read cards even when they're still in the card case.
The words on two spectator's business cards spell out chosen cards.
A card trick without cards.
A coin is dropped into a goblet and disappears, to appear anywhere you like.
Paul Curry's Out of this World - but with a borrowed and shuffled deck.
The ultimate Card at any Number: Spectators do all their own shuffling and dealing.
The holy grail of diary tricks: with a borrowed, shuffled deck.