Hotel Mystery by El Duco’s Magic(c. 1997) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)
An interesting looking prop from the late Swedish manufacturer El Duco. This is clean in premise and simple to do. It comes with two routines one like a bank night effect and the other involving the vanish and reappearance of a ring.
Display the “hotel door”. Tell the audience that you travel frequently and that your pockets are full of key cards from different hotels. In saying that you take out a bunch of key cards with names of famous hotels from your pocket. “Let’s play a game. I know, of course, what hotel I am staying at right now – but you don’t. I have put a large sum of money in the safe in my room and the one of you who chooses the correct key card and opens the door to my hotel room will win that money”, you explain. Four spectators assist. They take one card each. Free choice. One card is left for you. If they want they can change their mind and take your card if they prefer. Hand over the hotel door the the spectators and ask them to try their cards in the lock, one by one. If the green LED light goes on and the door opens the money is theirs.
When everybody has tried their cards without being able to open the hotel door it is finally your turn. You take back the hotel door and place it on the table over the case as described before. Now you try your card which has been left for you by the spectators. The green light goes on and the door opens! From the safe (inside the lock) you take out a hundred dollar bill – and put it in your wallet!
Borrow any finger ring from a lady in the audience, the ring disappears (use your own method) but you assure the owner that her ring is safe in your hotel room. “I know you will get it back if the ring really means anything to you”, you promise and start the “key card-lottery” as described above. Only this time the lady who owns the ring is always the winner. When she opens the door with her key card as the final contestant she finds her ring in “the safe” on the stem of a red rose!
Approx. Price: $75.00 (2016) ***Notice: I am not a dealer and this item is not for sale on this site. It maybe available in the links below or at our sister site: qualitymagicsales.com, but not from here so please do not ask.
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