Inside these pages are 15 approaches to the ‘Free Will’ premise.
The routines cover a variety of different presentations and methods that all build on the original ‘Free Will’ concept but often lead to versions that feel like completely new effects.
Included are presentations based on graphology readings, voice reading, influence, predictions and games of Rock, Paper, Scissors! There is even a version that can be performed over the phone.
In the title effect every choice is completely free, the prediction is completely unambiguous, and the participant holds the top of the prediction before any choices are made and never lets go – yet still it is shown to be correct!
"By using a couple of techniques and principles together Mark has come up with a routine I would love to perform… your participant can literally do anything, choose anything, change their mind, swap with you – or with the item they freely chose to discard earlier, why not?? Change their mind again, and again if they wish…. and yet: you have predicted the final outcome of this game.” – Phedon Bilek
Totally Free Will really is the most comprehensive work on the ‘Free Will’ plot to date.