Based on Triple Coincidence (Christian Schenck) and Trilogy (Brian Coswell), this truly impossible prediction effect will leave your spectators stunned.
EFFECT: Two spectators think of two random numbers between 1 and 52 and a third spectator thinks of any playing card, all while the magician makes a prediction for each of the three spectators in a note pad.
The magician takes a deck of cards that has been visible the whole time, resting on the table in full view of the audience, showing every card to have a different number written on its back from 1 to 52.
After distributing the handwritten predictions to each spectator, the magician locates the cards with the two selected numbers and gives them to the first two spectators, and the selected playing card to the third spectator. They open the predictions to see if the outcomes are correct, and indeed they are, the thought numbers have the correctly predicted cards on them and the third spectator’s thought number has the correctly predicted card on its face.
Daniel Ka’s “Impossible Prediction” is a really strong routine with triple-whammy impact on your audience. A clean, magical and impossible mentalism routine, perfect for walking around close up magic or even for stage magic.
- Deck ready to perform.
- Very easy to perform. Completely automatic.
- Only one deck used, and it is in full view of the audience before the effect.
- No forces.
- Note pad included.
“Daniel Ka is a rising star in magic… His mind works in wonderful ways. Now he is sharing his secrets with our community. Daniel’s creations will help make you a better performer!”
– Jeff McBride, Las Vegas headliner
“Daniel Ka’s “Impossible Predictions” is a real fooler. The method is deep and subtle, and his presentation is clean as a whistle. You will astonish people with this terrific mind-reading routine, including magicians and mentalists.”
– Dr. Larry Hass, Associate Dean of Jeff McBride’s Magic & Mystery School
"This effect is going straight into my performing repertoire. What I love about this routine is that it naturally has a big presentation, involving more people in the effect." - Nique Tan, Reviewer.
"When it comes to mentalism with playing cards, Impossible Predictions offers a powerful close-up effect that packs a wallop, is easy to perform - you can focus on presentation, and, offers interaction with three spectators. As such, I really like it." - Wayne Kawamoto, MAGIC Magazine.