The 8 Card Brainwave trick is an easy way to “predict” which card a spectator is going to choose. It works every time.
Beginner. There is one “move”, but it hardly takes any practice at all.
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Great mentalism effect, showing the back of the same card got me, although I saw it before in another trick
Cool and easy! What if the same group ask to perform again? What should I do? Thanks.
Don’t!! :^D Always have something else “on deck” to follow up.
is a prediction. just say you can`t do it again, because you predicted there choose, so say you take that one card out from a red deck of cards and only that one
Very good I’m so excited
Always enjoy your explanations
i did it twice in front of a group. They saw the blue deck and one red card that they chose. The second time I mentally checked and saw that they chose a different color card this time. Then, I made it as if I was changing the color of the deck in my hand and showed that the whole deck was red at this time, and they have chosen a blue card out of it. They were really puzzled!! thanks for this trick.. haha..
I learned this originally from MyQuickTricks on YouTube.
Asad, you asked for the name of the move you use. It is called the Olram move or subtlety. That word OLRAM is the name of the originator spelled backwards so the credit to be given to him is automatic: the originator is Ed Marlo of course
I think it’s called the “flustration count”
Flustration Count is slightly different
It is olram, not frustration
Wow. Such an easy, effective, and great trick! I did it over and over quite a few times with a group of blackjack dealers and they kept wondering how I was “changing the colors” of the cards. (It is repeatable, but you have to use your judgement.)
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I would think you could do it with 10 or 12 cards also.
But 8 cards makes it quick and effective.