A “bank-night” style trick is one where a magician tries to influence spectators into making choices that have lower value, typically from among 4+ options, leaving the option(s) with the highest value for the magician.
Most bank-nights use envelopes as the “choices”, and each envelope hides some amount of money. After all the choices are made, there is a “big reveal” at the end. That in itself is fine, except the process of choosing between seemingly similar envelopes is ultimately random and boring. But historically, it’s been a sacrifice magicians have made because the pay-off is usually worth it.