Saturday, July 17, Berglas Effect Revealed Sort of First of all, this is what I know about Berglas Effect. It is not copied, inspired, or learned from any other resources. This is because: 1. Like I said before, the trick is cool, but the method is not.
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Saturday, July 17, Berglas Effect Revealed Sort of First of all, this is what I know about Berglas Effect. It is not copied, inspired, or learned from any other resources. This is because: 1. Like I said before, the trick is cool, but the method is not. The trick has four requirements: 1. The cards are on view before the trick starts 2. A spectator freely names any card. They are not a stooge and can freely choose any one of the 52 cards, no restrictions.
Another spectator freely names any number between 1 and They are not a stooge and have a free choice, no restrictions. A third spectator is invited to count down to the chosen number. The performer does not touch the cards. To me, Berglas Effect is a combination of memorization, probability, presentation, audience control, even sleight of hand. Q: If someone even David himself performs Berglas Effect times, can all performances fulfill all four restrictions?
Only a percentage of the performances can fulfill all four restrictions. That is why I mentioned: it is about probability.
Can you succeed? Yes, one out of 52 times. Which means anyone who try to perform Berglas Effect, will have one success out of 52 performances. Of course, an experienced magician will have a much better percentage than 1 out of This is when the rest of the factors like memorization, presentation and audience control become important. It is simply impossible. Just imagine YOU are the one has such power.
What would you do? You will start to perform this like a million times to prove that you have such power, right? Maybe even film all the different performances, put it on your website or youtube, right? Now ask yourself, have you seen anyone who claim that they know Berglas Effect tried to perform this over and over? Have you seen such clips? All you see are just one or two performences from long times ago.
Why do I only see two clips for his performance on Youtube? Like what? Afraid of giving the secret away after too many people saw his handling? In order to fulfill all 4 requirements, there is not much handling, nothing to give away! This trick is not about handling, magician barely touches the card. Q: Only 1 out of 52 performance can meet all four requirements.
Is a really small chance, right? Yes, 1 out of 52 is small. However, it will create almost the same effect from the audience perspective. This is will be covered under Method Section. Do you have some proves? There is no way I can prove me right, expect David himself said so. How about you guys tried to prove me wrong? I have two questions here. If anyone can answer one of my questions, it is equivalent to prove me wrong.
Fulfilling all four requirements is equivalent to be able to guess random number between 1 and How is that scientific or mathematically possible?
To fulfill all four requirements, this is a trick without handling. The performance part is easy. Subscribe to: Posts Atom.
Berglas Effect Revealed
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Discussion in ' Product Questions and Reviews ' started by trikuxabi , Aug 17, Hi everyone! I've been doing some research and found some information about the original effect, created by David Berglas. After having watched it in different places, I'd really like to learn it, but I don't know where it is available