Fair Play (UK Edition) by Steve Haynes

Fair Play (UK Edition) by Steve Haynes

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Paul Harris Presents: Fair Play

INGENIOUS NEW GIMMICK PREDICTS LOCATION OF THREE BORROWED OBJECTS!

 

Hanging from your key-chain is a clear photo holder. Locked inside is a scrap of paper with a secret message. You're spectator holds the key-chain message in her hands.


You then borrow ANY business card, ANY coin and ANY UK bank note.

Your Spectator FAIRLY places ANY one of the three objects in HER Pocket. It's a completely free choice.

She then FAIRLY gives you ANY one of the other two objects to hold in YOUR hand.

She keeps the third FAIRLY CHOSEN object in her hand.

THE BUSINESS CARD, THE COIN, THE NOTE. SHE DECIDES WHERE TO PUT EACH ONE.

NO Forces. Her choices are FREE. She can change her mind as many times as she wants!

THE KEY CHAIN PREDICTION SHE'S BEEN HOLDING THE ENTIRE TIME IS THEN READ: IT'S 100% ACCURATE!

(EXAMPLE)
POCKET HAS CARD
I HAVE THE COIN
YOU HAVE THE NOTE


And yes..The keychain prediction can be completely examined!

Beyond any doubt.. Fair Play is the Fairest of them all!

An astonishing new gimmick for Corbuzier's Free Will plot.

  • SPECTATOR makes ALL the choices
  • NO FORCES
  • SPECTATOR CAN CHANGE HER MIND AS MANY TIMES AS SHE WANTS
  • ALL CHOICES ARE 100% FREE CHOICES
AND EVEN MORE FAIR
  • SPECTATOR HOLDS THE PREDICTION FROM THE START
  • NO SWITCHES OR MOVES
  • NOTHING TO ADD OR TAKE AWAY
  • NO ELECTRONICS
  • RESETS IN SECONDS
  • SPECTATOR CAN COMPLETELY EXAMINE THE PREDICTION
  • ALL THREE OBJECTS ARE BORROWED

The Fair Play Gimmick is Completely Self-Contained and Self-Working.

Just snap it onto your key chain and you're always ready to play!

FAIR PLAY

MAKE THE ONLY POSSIBLE CHOICE TODAY!

 

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Review Review by john Coggan
Rating 40%
Absolutely brilliant idea that can be built into a major piece of mentalism. Practically, though, I think the magnet is not quite strong enough since it needs a bit of fiddling to get the "note" lined up; it doesn't fall as easily into place as the "coin". The other problem I have is the addition of a photo: I tried to add one where indicated but the total was too thick, and in removing it the doublesided tape mucked up the frame. How does one clean it up to have a nice clear frame again?

(Posted on 09/10/2015)

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