MyMagic eNewsletter #953
August 7, 2021
The latest Todd Karr release is his Thindex, although the gimmick itself is simple the instruction booklet that comes with it is full of excellent ideas and routines. Many of the presentational ideas and strategies can be easily applied to other prediction routines.
One of the strategies that intrigued me the most was the idea of combining private information about the spectator with the multiple outs. It can really add tremendous impact to any mentalism routine.
The Thindex is basically a thirteen-compartment credit card holder you can insert into most wallets, props, or even within the folds of a handkerchief. Using this hidden device Todd Karr teaches you various mentalism routines you can perform where there can be 52+ prediction possibilities.
Routines include: Bare Bones Prediction, Complex Card Prediction, Dreamgirl, Double Mysticism, Rock ‘n’ Roll Predictions, Pop-Culture Predictions, Destiny’s Name, Creative Currency, Psychic Bartender, Spy Identity, Spectrum Vision, Murder Mystery, Pizza Prediction, Ice Cream Sundae, and Coffee House.
Get one: HERE
When I introduced you to the 3D printed Winston Freer Tile Puzzle in June, they sold out in around an hour. I just got my second shipment. If you missed out the last time, get one now. To read the original newsletter go: HERE
There have been many different versions of this impossible puzzle made from many different materials. There have also been many versions that use secret gimmicks that accomplish the same effect.
This particular version is based on the Winston Freer original and is very easy to do. The pieces were simultaneously printed on three 3D printers that ran for fourteen hours and the overall size is 5.5”x6.75”x1.25”.
Comes complete with the 10-piece plastic puzzle, plastic case, and access to an online video tutorial by Meir Yedid. Manufactured by Mitch Geier.
Watch and buy: HERE
►Liberty Bell Pop-Out Coin:
Repousse coins, which are also known as a pop-out coins, pushed-out coins, or 3D Coins, are made using real coins. They date back to the 16th century and have been made using different methods.
Although you can use them for magic by doing coin manipulations with them, turning an examined coin into one, or even forcing a bell and pretending to push your finger into the coin creating a 3D shape of a bell, you can also carry the coin as a good luck charm or a cool oddity to show people.
By drilling a hole in them you can use them as key chains or necklaces and by attaching a pin to them you can wear them as lapel pins or broaches.
Get one: HERE
Stay happy, Meir
PS: What I was hoping will be the next David Roth release has ran into a large snag in the manufacturing process and I will have to start over. Wish me luck (if you believe in luck).