Pi is an impossible memory effect. You show a small book in which the decimals of Pi are listed, and explain that you memorized it. The spectator opens the book at any page, tells you the page number, and you can tell him the first digits of the page!
Then you ask him to tell you a sequence of 5 digits, anywhere on any page. Starting from there, you start reciting the decimals of Pi! Actually, you recite so many decimals that the spectator has to turn pages to follow you!
Finally, you ask the spectator's birthday, for example 14th of July. You then reveal the page, the line, and the position on the line where the sequence 1407 can be found in the book!
No crazy math
No dual reality
No svengali-like pages
Every birthday can be found in the book"Vincent creates devilishly clever contemporary material that will fool and entertain even the most cynical audience member. With a keen sense of narrative, premise and plot his material is always intriguing, mysterious and magical. His methods are elegant, sophisticated and multilayered. I believe Vincent will ascend to the very highest levels within magic. Watch, listen and learn all you can from a bright star of the future."- Luke Jermay"Vincent Hedan has one of the finest, most ingenious minds in mentalism. He creates beautiful, baffling routines that create the aura of genuine mental superpowers, and presents them with beguiling charm, wit and style. To see Vincent is to see a master at work."- Ian Rowland"I love Vincent's work. He is a deep thinker and when it comes to mentalism he has some very original and creative thoughts. When he has a new idea I sit up and pay attention as I know it's going to be good."- Marc Paul"Vincent Hedan is one of my favorite performers. His magic is intelligent, deceptive and most importantly, magical."- Joe Barry"I'm a big fan of your work. Your creations reveal the nimbleness of your mind."- Jared Kopf