Calculated Risk Plus by Michael Murray

Calculated Risk Plus by Michael Murray

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Calculated Risk Plus by Michael Murray

The Ultimate Collection of iPhone Magic/Mentalism Effects!


"When it comes to anything and everything amazing with iPhones, you MUST explore the in-depth work of Michael Murray." – Gregory Wilson

"Perfect Opener is one of the most genius and bold ideas I've read in a LONG time. 

"Michael is the master when it comes to these things and this book is testimont to that." – Colin McLeod

Feature Routine: 

Calculated Risk is a completely impromptu effect in which you are seen to unlock TWO borrowed iPhones. 

Using nothing more than two borrowed iPhones any time, any place, anywhere, you will be set to amaze your spectators with your deductive abilities. 

This 54 page book now contains all of the following and more -

Calculated Risk (Feature Routine) – Unlock TWO borrowed mobiles in an incredibly easy fashion. 

Perfect Opener – The spectator names ANY four digits, they are typed into your genuine phone lock screen and your mobile opens. 

iSwami – A method for using the iPhone calculator to seemingly predict any two digit number. 

One in Ten Thousand – Have a spectator intuit (or predict) any four digit number/pin code/unlock code. 

Feedback – Did you know your iPhone has a memory for numbers? 

Phone Clone – Show just how vulnerable out phone security system actually is. 

Identity Theft – A method for stealing your spectators identity. 

Frosties Reveal – Reveal your spectators exact DOB or Starsign. 

Noted – The notes application on either your, or the spectators mobile will become your new peek device. 

Note: Although the primary effect and a few others will work with any iPhone, a couple of the routines do require the use of newer iPhone models.

PLEASE NOTE: This item is a digital download ,Gimmick not included

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