The cards are shuffled by a spectator.
The performer will memorize all the cards that are dealt in the piles and also memorize the positions of all the cards.
The cards are dealt out into 2 piles (or up to 10 piles) face up.
While the performer turns his/her head away, the spectators turns a card face down in each pile.Then the piles are turned faced down and the piles are stack together to one pile.Then the cards are mixed so everything is a big chaos.Face up into face down cards.The performer takes the deck under the table, and ask which card the spectators are thinking off.Now the performer turns all the other cards face down so only the selected cards are face up.It looks like the performer has a incredible memory, that he/she knows where all the cards are in the deck.
Easy to do.You can do it with a borrowed deck.
”I love it. A great routine and an absolute fooler”
– Sal Piancte –
”Lars is an absolute geniues when it comes to the magic he creates.The routines and efffect are not only entertaining , but thoroughly fooling too.You really don´t stand a change working his uncanny abilities out.Memo Man Returns is yet another example of his diabolical thiking and a routine I fell will find its way in to many magicians repertoires.Highly recommend.”
– Andy Smith –
”This is just impossible – Great Effect.”
– Nicola Mcbride –