Yogik Deck - Unknown Mentalist
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This is an idea that got delayed by 25 years. And I am sorry for the delay. Although familiarity with 8 Kings and Si Stebbins stacks would help, you can also apply this Yogik Deck idea/principle to any other stacks of your choice and create your own new customized stack.
Included is a spooky-comic routine which is probably possible only with the Yogik Deck.
HAUNTED HOTEL (It had only 13 rooms)
Travelers who lost their way. Past sunset. A lonely haunted hotel. 3 rooms out of the total 13 rooms are supposedly haunted. The magician uses his powers to stunningly reveal which 3 are haunted. Comes complete with scripting, presentation, patter and printable props. Surprisingly, this routine is almost self working and very easy to perform.
Also included is a fascinating revelation about the possible origin of 8 Kings stack and Si Stebbins stack.
"You are unbelievably fantastic, and ripe with GREAT ideas." - Marc Salem
"His passion for stacked decks is so big that also with this release he gives us demonstration of his ability to combine two well known principles in one! Making all easy and at the same time hiding the secrets even more. I wish him continue success!" - Luca Volpe
"I'm surprised that no one has thought of this before. Combining two different stacks will certainly fool those "in the know" about stacked decks. I hope others take your encouragement and try other combinations of different stacks to see what they can develop. Your "Haunted Hotel" can easily be presented with other story lines as well, so the magician can present a routine tailored to suit his/her needs. Very nice, indeed." - Stephen A. Yachanin
1st edition 2015, 16 pages.
word count: 4956 which is equivalent to 19 standard pages of text