Magic Nook Magic
Slate of Mind
Desk Organizer Switch Box
Your Face Slate of Mind
by Professor Spellbinder
This is UF Grant's Slate of Mind
turned face up so all the
cards are seen before one is finally chosen and shown to
match the prediction that was written before the deck was
even taken from the box.
A prediction is written on the back of a
whiteboard (or chalkboard, if you prefer). A deck is
shuffled, and then spread out face
up. Six cards are freely chosen from among the face up cards and placed face up around the edges of the
slate as in standard Slate of Mind routines.
One of the six cards is then randomly and freely chosen
by a spectator. The unused five cards are returned to the
deck. The slate is turned around and it is seen that the
prediction written on the back matches the card selected
on the front.
Instructions are included for
construction of the slate from hardboard or cardboard.
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