Imagine being able to identify the color of face down cards. In the spectator’s hands. After the cards are cut – and shuffled. From a normal deck.
Based on a concept originally published in 1958. A spectator holds 10 cards face down. You’ve never seen the cards, yet you can identify the color of each one with COMPLETE accuracy. EVERY time.
Out of My Mind requires no gimmicks, no memorization, and no peeks. The deck is fairly shuffled by the spectator during the performance.