Jewel of Denial by Jules Lenier, Nielsen Magic(c. 1986)
In method and basic effect this is very similar to Tommy Van Dommelen’s Dizzy Dominoes, but with a very different look.
Two chips are shown, each with a different colored gem. one is placed face-down on the table and the other is put in performer’s pocket. table. mysteriously changed places! an the trick leaves both spectator and the spectator correctly guesses which chip remains on the however, when the same process is repeated, the chips have explanation of the workings of magician fooled!
- An ideal pocket trick!
- Everything is examinable.
- Easy to learn.
- Easy adaptable to many presentations.
- No complicated moves
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