by Martin Lewis
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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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