Some books for beginners are great Mentalism tricks.
I don’t know much about it.
Annemenn’s book, 13 steps, is a must read.
The foundation of Mentalism will be given by that.
Try to organize at least two or three routines that are powerful.
Do it again and again at the gig.
It needs to be polished to the holy grail.
That is the attitude of a mentalist.
What lies inside is another book that makes me want to read it again and again.
The detail is important.
If I can help you with my answer.
Tony Corinda wrote 13 steps to mentalism.
Theodore Annemann wrote a book called Practical Mental Magic.
The Encyclopedia of Mentalism and Mentalists was written by Tony Corinda.
Max Maven wrote “Pris: The Color Series of Mentalism”
The best way to do a Mentalism trick is to force a card.
If you force the three clubs, the spectator will return it to the pack.
You can ask them to think of their card and look you in the eyes if they think their card was free.
Another classic mentalist trick is shotgun statements.
You should read your friend’s mind.
Read it cold.
There is a song called The Rainbow Ruse.
There is a red hammer.
The Diamonds are Three of Diamonds.
It’s always 5.
I will talk about Mentalism tricks books for beginners in this post.