Language: English. Toggle navigation Conjuring Archive. Language: English entries. A number is selected and the color matrix faced to the audience, eventually the performer divines the remaining ball in the box, each color and in which pocket it is and when the selected number is counted on the matrix it matches their selection. David Berglas. The Book.
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The Mind & Magic of David Berglas
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His secret technique of locating a particular card within a pack has been described as the Holy Grail of card magic. He was one of the first magicians to appear on UK television. David Berglas was educated in several different European countries. He lied about his age and managed to join the RAF. When his true age was discovered he was not allowed to complete his training. Still keen to be part of the war, he discovered that the American Army was urgently looking for suitable recruits for an important role in the denazification of Germany. The requirements were quite stringent.