In the effect, two envelopes are placed on the table. A spectator is invited to fairly shuffle and examine an ungimmicked deck. You then remove the two predictions from the envelopes. One envelope contains a playing card and the second contains a number. When the spectator counts down to this number, she finds the predicted card. There's no sleight of hand or open displacements: the card really is at the number the spectator shuffled it to.
- Use your own deck (any back design)
- Includes two versions
- Watch the full performance in the trailer; nothing is left out
- No sleight of hand
- Ingenious new method
You receive all the necessary gimmicks and a 45-minute instructional DVD featuring Jos Denys and Andi Gladwin teaching two routines using the principle (including one where the spectator's merely thought-of card is found at the predicted number).