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Picture Consequences (Gimmick and Online Instruction) by Joel Dickinson
Item Number: TC2749

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Picture Consequences (Gimmick and Online Instruction) by Joel Dickinson

Picture Consequences (Gimmick and Online Instruction) by Joel Dickinson

COMING JAN 23rd

Picture Consequences is fun, colorful and engaging.

Finally, a routine that is perfect for all age groups and guarantees to leave everybody baffled.

Under the guise of a game, your participant (or participants) creates a unique piece of art, yet somehow, their choices were predicted well ahead of time!

You can perform this up-close or take it to the stage!

Set includes high-quality cards, vinyl board, game instruction sheet with spare, a plastic box to protect everything and a full video explanation!

All props required fit in one box, including the board, so pop it in your pocket and you're set to perform a full routine that packs a punch.

This routine takes multiple outs to a whole new level.. every out is strong and there is no memory work.

"Joel has once again taken a brilliant principle and presented it in a way which will work for both children and adults. The layering of the effect turns it from a game to a stunning psychological experience. Cards, the board and other materials are colorful and memory enhancing for your spectators. The premise of a game works brilliantly. Love this"
- Jay Adkins, mentalist.

Fun, engaging, visual. Plays for one or three people. Packs flat. No memory work. No reset. This ticks all my boxes."
- Paul Knight, magician.


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