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Full disclaimer:I personally do not like Liam at all. All jokes aside, I have to say that Liam is the most creative dudes I know, and a combination of late nights and stale marshmallows have allowed him to churn out a number of really cool "off the beaten track" ideas. Heres a list of the effects in his latest offering: Predict something incredibly personal to your spectator — the location of their tattoo. Then go one step further, and divine the design! Imagine causing the Hot and Cold water to transpose between your bathroom taps! A spectator is offered a free choice from your stack of business cards, and signs the blank side.

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The basic plot of the story is that Henry Sugar finds a manuscript that states that you can use mental yoga techniques to, amongst other things see things without your eyes.

Study and practice meant that Henry was eventually able to see what playing cards were in an opponents hands just by mentally visualising them. He then went on to cheat all the big casinos out of loads of money — which being a nice guy he donated to orphanages all around the world.

So the scene is set — the magician claims that they have seen the manuscript, and have had a certain amount of success with the mental yoga techniques involved. He takes a deck of cards, and is just about to shuffle them when he thinks better of it, and hands them to the spectator to shuffle. He then claims that as he is so new to this, he can only do it with very visual cards, ie the court cards.

He explains that what he wishes the spectator to do, is to take the cards off the newly shuffled deck one by one.

The magician will then attempt to reveal the card. This happens three times. Each time the magician getting it correct. So maybe the canny spectator suspects marked cards are being used? To dispell this accuation, the cards are shuffled again by the spectator , and the magician tries again, but this time he turns his back, whilst the same scenario is repeated. Yet again, he gets it right, three times out of three. So now the magician is feeling confident, and suggests that he will try with a non court card.

He asks the spectator to think of any card at all, and then to help with the visualising, find the card and stare at it intently for a few seconds. The card is then lost in the deck. The magician can turn around at that point and — yes, with enough concentration.

He WILL name the card. I would just like to say that I highly recommend Henry Sugar! A very nice effect that will fry magicians! Good luck with this one Liam Steve Dela Henry Sugar is an incredibly clever effect and one that I will actually perform.

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Introduce the deck, and begin your opening remarks about Henry Sugar. Cut the deck into two equal piles, and go to riffle shuffle them together. Then apparently change your mind and instead, suggest that the spectator does it for you. By cutting the pack, and using the appropriate gestures, you can ensure that the spectator will use a riffle shuffle.

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Liam Montier - Henry Sugar

This is a mentalist card trick based on a well known short story by Roald Dahl, called "The wonderful world of Henry Sugar". The basic plot of the story is that Henry Sugar finds a manuscript that states that you can use mental yoga techniques to, amongst other things see things without your eyes. Study and practice meant that Henry was eventually able to see what playing cards were in an opponents hands just by mentally visualising them. He then went on to cheat all the big casinos out of loads of money — which being a nice guy he donated to orphanages all around the world. Ok, so the scene is set — the magician claims that they have seen the manuscript, and have had a certain amount of success with the mental yoga techniques involved.

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