WHAT-SAT

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$180

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The Blurb

It’s a book test in a box. A box of S.A.T. flash learning cards that is.

Two people get to choose from hundreds of 10-dollar words. You tell them the words they are thinking of. They can even leave the room to choose a word.

Using a cancelling methods technique, combined with a wonderful subtlety from John Archer, WHAT-SAT leaves a lay audience with a profound mystery. By the way, both methods are ultra clean and really easy to do.

All words are interesting so you don’t get mundane words as you might with a book. The words are chosen to either sell the effect; surreal, amazing, unbelievable, etc. or are words that are easy to draw.

Includes instructions and a carefully worked out script along with all necessary props etc. Note: The script calls for a pad and pen for which you should use your own.

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Jheff's Guide

WHAT IT IS:
Effect with Props

HOW ACCURATE OR COMPLETE THE BLURB IS:
Accurate or nearly accurate and complete.

WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED THAT YOU NEED OR NEED TO KNOW:
You’ll need to use your own pad and paper.

SUITABLE VENUES:
Close-up, Parlour, Stage

JHEFF’S JUDGMENT:
If you can justify using SAT flash cards in your act, then this is a well-made and wonderful prop that will enjoy using.  There are no new principles involved and you can vary your presentation to use one or both, but each is very clean and very effective.