MindVisit - The advanced Tossed Out Deck
Axel Hecklau eliminated the main disadvantage of the classic Tossed out Deck.
No combined sitting down of the spectators. With MindVisit you can tell every spectator individually the card he/she is thinking of.
This is a very convincing demonstration of mind reading.
Show the deck in "New Deck Order" and shuffle.
Four spectator peek at a card. Put the cards aside and start reading their minds.
- Perform MindVisit for small groups as well (no worries about people chatting)
- No Svengali principle
- No Memo-Deck
- No special audience management necessary
- Step by step revelations. Name the suit of each spectator first, then the exact value
- Use the common "dual reality" method in only 2% of your performances (for three out of the four spectators only)
- Axel Hecklau combined 8 magic techniques + some fresh ideas to create a very stunning and convincing piece of mentalism.
- the very durable deck (100% plastic) with red Phoenix back design (with kind permission of Card-Shark).
- description in great detail, 32 pages (English, Italian, German, Espagnol or French)
- Access to a MindVisit learning and practice tool for your Computer, Tablet or Smartphone and several video-tutorials
This tool gives you the possibility to practice the easy to learn and logical constructed mind reading process with virtual spectators.
"So clever from start to finish!…."
The process, as experienced by the audience
Spread the deck and ask a spectator to check to see if any card is missing. Since the deck is in "New Deck Order", the spectator can do the job quickly and confirm that it is a complete poker deck.
Now shuffle the deck and ask the spectator to touch the back of a card. Precisely this card (no force) is pushed slightly out of the spread and shown to the spectator. Meanwhile you turn your head away.
Once the spectator has memorized the card, it is pushed back into the fan.
Now secure the whole deck with three rubber bands and toss or pass it to three more spectators. Every spectator takes a peek into the deck and memorizes a card.
You get the deck back and put it aside immediately.
Now you ask all four persons to stand up and focus on their particular card.
First you express a vague feeling.
You ask the spectators to confirm by raising hands. Then you read one by one every suit of the thought cards.
Finally you tell each spectator individually the exact card he or she is thinking of.
Mindreading at it´s best.