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Robert Sixx
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Three Degrees by Harvey Berg

Sounds interesting! Does anyone know anything about it?

Here's the info:

"This book revolves around one great routine that will give your audiences the impression of you having a super intellect and psychic powers.

The basic version was previously released in a private manuscript which debut at the 2009 Psychic Entertainer's Association's annual conference where it was a huge hit and an instant sell-out.

The basic routine is: A deck of cards is handed to a spectator, and that is the last time you touch the cards. The spectator shuffles the cards and deals groups of thirteen cards to three audience members and keeps one packet for herself. One of the spectators is freely chosen and you proceed to miraculously name every single card in that person's hand.

There are three versions taught. All three are self-working but the amount of mental effort involved varies. Also included is a related routine titled Fait Accompli."
Zombie Magic
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Never heard of it.

Penguin carries it:

http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/S14531
tenchu
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I think that in the "basic" version the deck needs to be riffle shuffled and you cannot give it out for inspection.

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