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This is a collection of TEN highly practical performance material from Kenton, his friends and Students that you won't want to miss. 

One Card Killer by Pablo AmirĂ¡: A single card in a single envelope (really) is given to a participant to hold. Another participant takes a playing card suit from an invisible deck of cards and stops on a card as the performer deals them (even though the cards are invisible). The card stopped upon is the one predicted in the envelope! Just when you thought you knew everything about Kenton's Kolossal Killer this amazing new routine and method will blow you and audience members away. It will fool even those who have the original. This alone will be worth the price of the whole ebook for many. 

Die-Fecta by Danny Proctor A participant is asked to draw any number of spots on the drawing of a die. This is a completely free choice. The participant and audience are stunned to find that a die in full view from the start is made with this same number of spots ON EVERY SIDE OF THE DIE. No die switch. 

Impromptu Intuitive by Scott Brown:  A borrowed and shuffled deck is used. The performer removes a smaller portion of the deck and has a participant shuffle these cards. The participant deals the cards into two piles after shuffling. While the participant seems to find it difficult to guess which cards in their own pile will be red or black, the performer can guess 100 PERCENT CORRECTLY the cards in his or her own pile. Oh, and the participant chooses which pile the performer gets too. 

Three Card Pile Up by Kenton Knepper: This is Kenton's wild expansion of the previous effect and principle. A participant shuffles a small portion of cards, say twenty or so. The participant deals the cards into three piles, and the performer never touches the cards. The third pile the participant puts in their pocket as a "control pile." The performer writes down on paper what the performer feels is the order of the color of cards dealt in the first pile by the participant. The performer does little better than chance, but tries again. Remember, this can be a borrowed deck and the participant shuffles and deals the cards. The second time the performer writes down his impressions about all the cards in the second pile at once. Oddly the performer gets many of these intuitions correct, and misses only two or three cards. This is beginning to look like real intuition and that practice pays off. Now comes the unbelievable ending. It turns out that the performer didn't miss any of the cards the second time after all. The performer has named the color of cards and their exact position hidden away in the control pile in the participant's own pocket. This is as twisted as it gets. A very realistic version of the red/black intuitive card plot with real cards that is different. 

Intuition Key by Pablo Amira:  Another wonder by Pablo AmirĂ¡ allows a person to perform the classic Seven Keys to Baldpate without key switches, with the participant examining everything, and with the participant handling EVERYTHING. Not only that, but all the keys are tried by the participant themselves, and the single working key is also tested by the participant alone. Only after this, with the performer not touching anything after giving the person the proper key, the participant mixes and then chooses the correct key...thanks to an altered state. NO, the participant is NOT in on the working and is as amazed as the rest of the audience. Yes, the participant has an entirely free choice. No, the lock is not a trick one. Best of all, the working is simple. 

The Emperor by Kenton Knepper: This is Kenton's version of Brother Shadow's "The Empress" A large set of images are shown freely and members of the audience shuffle segments of the images to be sure the images are entirely random. Three audience members take portions of the shuffled images and imagines stories using the images they have. The performer begins almost instantly to tell the stories and reveals the images each participants hold. There is NO PUMPING or guesswork. The performer is correct about it all...until the end. The performer misses one of the images in the last person's selection of imagery. Not to worry...It turns out this image was predicted and sealed in the envelope held by the audience member with the missing image from the start - before a single image was ever revealed. This is so much easier than what anyone has imagined. Leave it to Kenton to make this type of a routine so easy and direct. 

Change of Taste by Danny Proctor: Three participants choose three different candies and eat them while the performer turns away and hides or blindfolds the eyes. The performer is able to discern WHAT EACH PERSON IS TASTING and confirms his intuitions with the audience before the participants admit the performer is correct.  Not only that, but the performer changes the taste in the last person's mouth by changing what he writes on a sign or board! This is real Kentonism in action that is guaranteed to work...direct from the act of a young modern performer. 

Remote ACAAN by Rob Chapman: A deck is rubber-banded and sealed inside a card case. A participant is the "referee" and holds onto this box. Another participant is put into a trance and names a card and then a number. The referee opens the box, undoes the bands securing the deck and counts down to the number the other person has named. Sure enough, the card named by the other participant turns out to be at the number called out in the deck held by the other participant! Apparently intuition may be increased when an altered stated is induced. 

Get The Lead Out by Scott Brown: Working and living in Las Vegas Scott Brown performs for working performers and has to fool the toughest audiences. In this effect Scott performs a form of Banknight entirely impromptu using blank pieces of paper, drawing a fake one hundred dollar bill, and uses any sort of envelopes people have on hand. Scott never touches the envelopes nor are they marked. Still, and remember this is all impromptu, Scott can always make the audience give him his "hundred" even when no one in the audience knows which envelope contains it.  A simple but ingenious and seldom used method is at work, along with a unique presentation and other possibilities for performance.

 Any Card At Any Number by Newell Unfried:  First taught in Kenton's "Sorcerer Series" this often missed classic has fried many of the big names in mentalism and magic. Find out the proper way to perform this so you too can do the impossible without typical sleights, stooges, etc. 

Many important lessons of psychology, dual reality, suggestion and influence are given along the way, so that you will learn great effects and methods, plus the valuable principles behind them throughout this small ebook. 

Find out for yourself just why GREAT MINDS THINK ALIKE and how their thoughts and proven methods can inspire and transform what you do easily too.

More usable material packed into this small 42 page book than most works three times its size...

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