The Blurb

Still using electronics for coin in hand? Think again!

Mark Elsdon’s Tequila Hustler is THE game changer.

No electronics, no gimmicks, no prep.
Any currency, any language, anywhere, any time.
Perform in person, over the phone or even Skype.
100% accuracy guaranteed!

Mark initially shared this with only three other performers: Colin McLeod, Michael Murray and Peter Turner. Not only did they love it, all three immediately developed their own handlings and presentations, which are all fully explained in the Tequila Hustler booklet.

Some unsolicited reviews:

“I just read “Tequila Hustler”. It is by far the very best method using the liar/truth theme. Very, very clever!!”
– Jean-Jaques Sanvert

“I very rarely praise anything… as I think too many times things are hyped, over priced and many times add nothing to move a plot forward, but thankfully, to me TH was well worth it and I’m glad I purchased it. As someone else said… I will use this for the rest of my life.”
– Steve Haynes

“This is really brilliant, and I do not like to hype things. So, it is no hype from my side.”
– Jan Forster

“If you liked Marks CAM books then you will love this. It’s the best thing he’s released for years (and he’s released some good stuff!) It’s just brilliant how simple it is to do and the thinking in this booklet really is worth so much more than its price. After using this last night I absolutely love it and will use it forever.”
– Sean Giles

“I sometimes see posts along the lines of “I wish he didn’t release this as I want it all to myself” and I just thought of them as advertising hype from a stooged friend. Not any more. I really wish this was kept under wraps.”
– Stephen Young

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Jheff's Guide

Softcover book

If you’re not familiar with the effect that’s being referenced, this may not make sense.  Basically, this is the “Which hand is the coin in?” plot combined with the classic liar/truth teller psychological subtlety. A participant hides an object in one hand and then is given the opportunity to switch.  Acting as either an honest or dishonest person, the participant answers two questions either with the truth or with lies and the performer can tell immediately which hand the object is in.

Close-up, Parlour, Stage, Walkaround

Mark Elsdon has taken a classic of psychological subtlies and created a new approach that makes it much more direct, much more simple, and much more baffling. This versatile secret is something that any mentalist can use and that I’d unhesitatingly and highly recommend to any mentalist, no matter the skill level.