Oriental Die Box by Richard Gerlitz

Rated 4.67 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

Product Description

Another great mentalism item from Richard Gerlitz.

Approx. Price: $75.00 (12/2002) ***

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3 reviews for Oriental Die Box by Richard Gerlitz

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Andy Martin

    Simple and Very well made

    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!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Todd Dowell

    A true close up collector’s piece

    I like this effect alot. Granted it is expensive, but very limited and beautifully made. I actually couldn’t figure out how the magic happened and fooled myself the first time I used this. Basically the dice are placed into the box by the spectator, shook, and the numbers added up. This is done again. And, once again. All numbers are added up and it is found that the total matches a written prediction that was in full view of the audience at all times. Very diabolical. This is not a sure shot box. Baffling.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    George Guerra

    Another beauty from Richard Gerlitz

    I received this piece shortly after Richard released it and it’s a nicely done piece of magic. His “bigger” items are expensive, so it’s nice to see the more “affordable” stuff as a break. These are all limited edition and serially numbered pieces, which makes them collectible. The prop is plastic but well made. The Okito style decal is beautiful. The effect is a prediction of the total on three dice after several shakes in the box. The method is clever and the prop accomplishes the effect without any struggle on the magician’s part.

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