Smart Cubes by Taiwan Ben
You present two columns of dice with the numbers 1 through 6 on them.
In one of the columns, the number sequence is from top to bottom, in the second column of cubes exactly the opposite. You cover one of the columns and instantly the cubes match the other column. The audience can see both columns of cubes in exactly the same number sequence.
Calendar Presage by Paul Romhany
IMAGINE being able to perform at least SIX DIFFERENT routines from one pocket calendar.
Touch by Paul Curry presented by Nick Locapo
Touch is a mind reading miracle.
Before any thing happens, you remove a joker from the pack, and write a prediction on its face.
The prediction stays in full view, as the spectator touches a card.
Pop Up Project by Guilherme Almeida & Patricio Teran
When it comes to an effect in which a drawing or a photo is transformed into a real object, we thought that we had seen it all, until the Pop Up Project showed a revolutionary way of realizing this effect
The magician shows a bag with some papers and in each one is written a different word.
Kirigami by Max Maven
In a time where expensive gimmicks and fancy electronics rule the world of mentalism, Max Maven brings us a devastating miracle using the most simple props. With just a piece of paper, something to write with, and a pair of scissors, Kirigami delivers one of the most deceptive mind-reading principles we have ever seen.
Sympathetic 10 by Jorg Alexander
Safe Prediction by Hugo Valenzuela
Deliverance by Jay Sankey
In every genre of magic there is a Holy Grail effect that leads its students on a journey to find the perfect method. In mentalism, the prediction is the most sought after of any mental feat.
Deliverance takes the classic sealed envelope prediction effect and turns it into a monster.
Both Sides Against the Middle by Dan Harlan
This is more than an open prediction. This is two open predictions where all the work happens in your spectator’s hands, requires minimal sleight of hand, and if that wasn’t enough, they shuffle the deck at the very beginning of the effect. You’re about to perform your new closer when you play Both Sides Against The Middle by Dan Harlan.