Fernando Figueras is an underground mentalist you won’t want to miss. He’s spent 20 years in magic surrounded by the Spanish masters, who helped him translate the Spanish School of Magic concepts into the field of mentalism. Fernando Figueras is the creator, organizer and main teacher of Campus Magico International, a learning project in Spain that, in only five years, has moved to the forefront of magic development. If you haven’t heard of him before, buckle up and get ready! In this lecture, or should we say masterclass, you’ll have the rare opportunity to not only watch him perform, but also learn the REAL secrets of the art. Fernando Figueras will share his insights into group dynamics, psychology, and systems of thinking, along with routines straight out of his professional working repertoire. He’ll dive into linguistic techniques that have hundreds of applications beyond just the tricks that he teaches. You’ll learn how to hide sleights with patter, how to give the illusion of free choice, mental misdirection and so much more. Fernando Figueras’s fascinating At The Table lecture will blow you away and open a world that will strengthen the way your magic and mentalism is perceived from beginning to end. Here’s what you’ll learn:
Odd Stacking: A Yes And No routine with fun-to-watch and interesting audience dynamics.
Clip Ahead: An investigation on the one ahead principle to reach a one phase, one ahead routine that can be performed at a moment’s notice.
Car Ahead: A study on the one ahead routine exploring the possibilities left open in this principle. The structure of this routine will make you smile, and your spectators are in for an amazing ride!
False Shuffle: A full deck false shuffle that looks just like the real thing.
Cara o Cruz: A playful routine with no elements but the audience’s participation.
Psychic Monte: A one phase Three Card Monte routine where the method relies on linguistics. This changes a classic plot and gives it a new life and a completely different feeling.
Bonus – Palming Etude #1: A quick, visual trick Fernando uses to explain palming.