A devilishly-deceptive divination of two different selections from a shuffled deck. As a kicker, the chaos corrects itself as the deck comes back into order. 100% sleight-free.
Symphony is a devilishly-deceptive divination of two selections from a shuffled deck.
Peter Turner is known for bold methods but Symphony's simple construction means its almost self-working.
The spectators shuffle the deck before and during the routine and impossibly you're able to tell them what freely selected card they're both thinking of.
As a kicker, the chaos corrects itself as the deck comes back into perfect red/back order except for the two selected cards.
Symphony is 100% sleight-free and a massive fooler.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure this is a great routine that works great for him, but as a sellable product I’m not convinced it’s worth purchase as the situational factors are too specific
I was very pleased with this approach to not only announce 2 selections without ‘touching’ the cards, but adding a special kicker to the end without having people even know about it was what got the 5 stars! It’s the little things that add more layers to the effect that make it more memorable and this effect is certainly one of those. Pete explains everything in great detail and I’m starting to become a huge fan of his work. This is certainly a piece you can pull out at ANY time to please a group or just two people.
((Yes, best situation is for 2 separate people))
You will not be disappointed!
What can I say, great trick! This is definitely a worker. Peter goes into great detail and the method is straightforward. Two tattooed thumbs up!
Great, definitely a good one to put in your arsenal.
Well crafted with easy instructions.
Symphony by Pete Turner is a very simple trick, that can be easily picked up by beginners, no fancy sleight of hands or fancy setups. This trick is quite easy to setup and can be done on a deck of borrowed cards. The reaction by audiences when you perform this trick is priceless. The only reason why this review is 4 stars instead of 5 stars is that it is rather pricey for an introduction to the fundamentals of mentalism.
Somehow it has reminded me “neither blind nor stupid”, Tamariz’s effect. Pete Turner shows us how a great routine of cards, it doesn’t have to include a lot of sleight of hand. As Gabi said fooling is easy, it gets harder when you don’t want them to feel they have been fooled .
This routine is a masterful' and thoughtful lesson in that way.
Was not sure how strong this effect was before performing it... It's really simple to do, still gets sooo strong reactions.
It could end after the reveal of the 2 cards and still be great, but showing the two halves, one red and one black makes this a winner!
Didn't like too much many of the other Peter turner tricks but this one rules!
One of the best tricks i've ever seen. Best demonstrator to do so.
Love, love, love this little gem. Straight in the back pocket as a real fooler. Elegant, simple, and so open to variation and subtleties. Already had a lot of fun pulling this one out on a few people and knocking their socks off with my version of it.
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