Telephone Bill - 10.00
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“You think I would have learned the last time when he said it was just a ‘friendly’ game. He took me bad then, not just once but twice, so I’d know it wasn’t luck.
This time it wasn’t even a game; he called it an ‘experiment.’ So what did I have to lose? Besides my mind, that is. Oh, and did I mention it all took place over the telephone?
He told me to picture him sitting across from me; I saw him just like last time, full beard and hair gone to gray, wire-framed glasses and that twisted grin he showed after nailing the second hand. Again, they were my cards but this time there were thousands of miles between us.
Just like last time, I shuffled. I cut. I dealt us each a hand. Just like last time, none of it mattered.
I didn’t tell him anything and of course there was nothing for him to see. But still, damn him, he knew!
In the spirit of an experiment, he called the black cards in my hand ‘variables’ and I didn’t know how many I held until HE told me! To me they were just black cards and my black cards at that. But he knew. Just like last time he knew.”
Take a bit of “Miraskill,” a twist each of “Mirabill” and “A View To A Skill” and mix with “Minimal Miraskill.” Between Stewart James, Herb Zarrow, John Bannon and Dr. Bill, you will have one of the strongest effects possible to perform over the telephone.
The good doctor had been seeking a way to perform Mirabill over the phone ever since its release but it seemed impossible. Until now.
Telephone Bill looks and sounds different than any of the above but utilizes James’s original brilliant principle and is every bit as squeaky-clean as Mirabill. Live and in person it is mind bending. But over the phone? Your audience won’t stand a chance.