Anneman's effect

Discussion in 'Magic Forum' started by Lord Magic, Jan 29, 2018.

  1. There's this AMAZING effect listed in Anneman's book, which can actually make the audience marvel at my 'skill' and my 'magic'. But there's a slight snag...
    Is there a way to have multiple choices and have the spectator choose a single one, without forcing?
    Think all slips containing the same choice whatever anyone picks out, choice will remain same.
    Or...think a bag switch or something.
    Anyways, can someone help me and say a good solution of the question I asked above?

    PS:-I'd welcome PMs very much, seeing this principle requires some talking to do, which may be counted as discussing 'secrets' in public. :)
    But if anyone points out to me a resource instead, I'd be equally helped out :)
  2. Sent you a PM because my response borders on revealing a method lol
    Lord Magic likes this.
  3. Technically what you're describing is forcing. I'm sure Obrien took care of you, though.
  4. Maybe I wasn't clear enough...I should have mentioned this before but anyways...
    the effect I am indicating at is 'The Phantom Artist" on pg 100 of Anneman's book.
  5. I'm familiar with it. You're still describing a force.

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