In this, the spectator names ten letters. Each letter is written down, then one by one they are crossed out and eliminated in a fair and easy-to-follow manner (no Equivoque). This leaves the spectator with one final letter. They then name a name starting with that final letter before it is revealed to have been predicted from the very start.
The participant never writes anything down and yet you are able to predict a thought-of name. This effect is perfect for a casual close-up environment.
- No nail writing
- No gimmicks
- No anagrams
- No double writing
- Easy to perform
- Joel Dickinson on The Ten Star Mind Explosion.
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