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On The Right Finger by El Duco’s Magic

(c. 2003) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

Here we have another El Duco effect that is unusual and a fooler. The props are workable, just not beautiful. Once you have the knack it is easy to do, but does take some practice at first and cannot be done totally surrounded.

Effect: On the table is a black hand. You ask a spectator to assist you and borrows her finger ring. You cover the back hand with a cloth. Now you take her ring and put it on ONE FINGER under the cloth. Nobody (except you) knows on WHICH finger the ring is.

From now you don’t touch the ring during the whole routine. Display a white board with a printed and on it. Ask the spectator to circle ONE finger with a red marker to show on which finger she wants the ring. There is absolutely NO force!

Now you take a glimpse under the cloth as you says; ”Yes, the ring is on the same finger as you have chosen.” The audience are not convinced with that statement. To prove it, you take away the cloth

THERE IS THE RING ON THE SAME FINGER AS THE SPECTATOR HAS MARKED!!!

This is an effect so strong and different that your audience will talk about it a long time after the performance.

Remember this:

  • Only one ring is used.
  • You really put the ring on one finger
  • You never touch the ring after you put it on a finger
  • The cloth and hand can be examined

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Approx. Price: $69.00 (2005) ***

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1 review for On The Right Finger by El Duco’s Magic

  1. Andy Martin

    An unusual idea and a fooler!

    Here we have another El Duco effect that is unusual and a fooler. The props are workable, just not beautiful.

    The effect is you show a hand in a stand and borrow a ring from a member of the audience. Under cover of a hanky you then place the ring on one of the fingers – without the spectator knowing which one. They now are given a pen and a small white board with the shape of a hand on it and are asked to circle just one finger. They have a totally free choice, and yet when you remove the hanky there is the ring on the correct finger. This works everytime and can be repeated if you so desire.

    Once you have the knack it is easy to do, but does take some practice at first and cannot be done totally surrounded.

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