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Dizzy Dominoes by Tonny Van Dommelen

(c. 1965) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

The amazing Dutch FISM 1958 Grand Prix winner Tonny Van Dommelen created one of the most overlooked close-up miracles ever when in 1965 he started selling his wonderful close-up routine: Dizzy Dominoes.

There have been many versions sold by dealers since then, but one of the most attractive and visually best was this original set from Holland.  In fact, the Dutch micro-magic master Eddy Taytelbaum also created a set and his looked very similar to these ones from Tonny Van Dommelen (see final photo).

Effect: The effect is simple and direct. . . . Performer displays four large’ (1″x 2 1/4″) polished black catalin dominoes with inlaid white spots, showing the fronts and back of each one. Two of the Dizzy Dominoes have a double two spot on them and two have a double five.

The four Dominoes are placed on the table, two on your left side, a double two and a double five and two on your right side, also a double two and a double five. These dominoes are now turned face down for a second, when turned over the 2-2 dominoes are together and the 5-5 dominoes are together. This is repeated with the same results. . . .

This is not only a pocket trick but a COMPLETE ROUTINE with four plastic dominoes. The moves are slow and deliberate, as a matter of fact, it’s uncanny.

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Approx. Price: $75.00 (2020) ***

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1 review for Dizzy Dominoes by Tonny Van Dommelen

  1. Andy Martin

    The amazing Dutch FISM 1958 Grand Prix winner Tonny Van Dommelen created one of the most overlooked close-up miracles ever when in 1965 he started selling his wonderful close-up routine: Dizzy Dominoes.

    There have been many versions sold by dealers since then, but one of the most attractive and visually best was this original set from Holland.  In fact, the Dutch micro-magic master Eddy Taytelbaum also created a set and his looked very similar to these ones from Tonny Van Dommelen (see final photo).

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