Change of Mind by Paul Mellan
her mind. Finally, when the coin is
revealed by the spectator, you show in your best mentalist style that
you knew all the time which coin would be selected. This is a real
fooler, using common, ordinary objects! You can predict one of four
coins, if you wish. The gimmick supplied can be used for many other
wonderful effects. You get a purse, gimmick and full instructions. You
provide you own coins. Complete!
This is a good walk-around effect, instantly repeatable and easy to do.
You dump three coins, a half dollar, an English penny, and a Chinese coin,
from a squeeze purse into a spectator's hand. You ask the spectator to
think of any one of the coins; its a free choice. You give this audience
member ample opportunity to change his or