GOOD TRICK. It is extremely good. You really do know EXACTLY what the spectator is thinking. It is that simple, relies on presentation. As the name suggests, it relies on a secret electronic device to give you the necessary info via ESP.
HOWEVER… the battery can wear out; transmitting ESP thoughts DRAINS the power. If this happens, you must pay TWENTY BUCKS for a new TTD (Thought Transmitting Device).
It is still EXTREMELY GOOD and I can reccomend it to ANY good actors.
This is a great little book that looks just like a kids book and the routine is sure to please both young and old. It really is quite amazing how the little Bunny gets so much right about the distribution of the cards. With each page leading to a stronger impact!
This is a nicely made prop that allows you to detect which card is the spectators, supposedly due to their fingerprints. As you place different cards into the slot at the top, everything is quiet until suddenly the bell goes off, and of course its their card.
One of the nice things about Milson Worth is that you just know its going to be beautifully made!
This has always been one of my favorite effects: with the door closed the ball transports itself into the glass in the cleanest manner without any funny moves or covers. Although it is very simple out it works I think its a total fooler. You are left clean and the audience is left gawking. You can even hand everything out for examination.
I haven’t been able to afford some of RIchard’s stuff recently but picked up a couple of his cheaper items over Christmas. This box is not a sure-shot box which is what I thought it was. But it works real well, and to my mind is less error prone than the old sure-shot boxes.
A simple ruse allows a very clean prediction of the shaken dice. And of course its very clean and beautifully made as is all of Richard’s stuff!
I love this effect and routine. Plays really well, the audience has a riot and so does the magician! Check out the video to see how much fun it is! The other great snake in basket effect is of course: Khyber Chicken.
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