Entertaining Mr. Henderson By Michel Potts

Entertaining Mr. Henderson By Michel Potts

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Entertaining Mr. Henderson By Michel Potts

Michel Potts' first book, "Pascal's Other Wager," quickly became one of our best-selling titles; so we are delighted to announce the release of his second book! Currently, the Resident Magician at Hemingway’s Restaurant and Bar in Bangkok, Michel entertains some of the world's toughest and most diverse crowds with a deck of cards. In his work, there's no room for run-of-the-mill or ho-hum card tricks. Every effect must not only compel and hold his audience's attention, it must fool them badly. This is the type of card magic of which reputations are made. 47 pages.
Contents include:
A variation of Joshua Jay’s “Out of Sight” with a regular, ungimmicked deck. A visually-impaired spectator in front of witnesses thinks of a card, shuffles and cuts the deck, and yet you find his card using a highly unique revelation. No forces. No pumping. No anagrams. Practically self-working.
Ed Marlo’s favorite effect involved no sleight of hand. In Khun Michel’s version, a subliminal message is planted in the spectator’s mind. He freely shuffles the deck and makes a variety of choices that eliminates all the cards except for one. When the spectator turns over that card, he will be amazed at how his subconscious dictated his every move.
Using some very simple sleight of hand, and presenting this 3-Card Monte routine as an expose, you can make mistakes or get caught out and still doesn’t matter. In the end, even the most astute spectator will be completely fooled.
“Burn” is a packet effect that replicates Las Vegas-style casino conditions. As the dealer, the spectator shuffles and deals the cards. As you play your four hands against his pair, you demonstrate your superior method of card counting in which you know what the next card in the dealer’s deck will make or break your any one of your four hands EVEN BEFORE IT IS DEALT! No marked or gimmicked cards. Self-working.
A modification that takes the application of the Thick Card to a new level of appreciation.
An effect using the BRICard that proves that men actually listen to their wives or girlfriends. After the woman loses a freely selects a card in the deck and offers the man a clue, the man has to go through the deck to find her card. When he fails twice after being told to rely on his own gut instinct, the man resorts to the woman’s clue and proves he had heard all along what she said in the first place. Variations without the use of a BRICard are provided.
"I wanted to give a shout out to you and to Michel Potts for his new ebook 'Entertaining Mr. Henderson.' Never mind Henderson, I was thoroughly entertained!! While I loved the title effect, and found it exceedingly clever, 'Burn' is probably one of the most original gambling effects I've seen in years, and the cleverness of the simple gimmick in BRICard has my creative juices overflowing ... yeah, such a cliche, but a very apt one in this case! Trickshop and Mr. Potts have another outstanding winner on their hands."
- Mr. Michael Breggar - Author of the "Auto-Magic" column in The Linking Ring

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