MyMagic eNewsletter #960
September 1, 2021
I have sold-out, many times, of Steve Schneiderman’s Micro Chop Cup Kits. As he was trying to make more, he ran into supplier problems, but he solved them really well by adding a second logical load for the routine when you present a billiard ball theme. He also managed to keep the price the same.
►Micro Chop Cup Kit:
What you get here is a mini Chop Cup set made from a common looking metal shot cup which can be found in many bars. Since these are so small you are supplied with a duplicate ungaffed cup which you can switch out if you like or use both of them for a two-cup routine. You also get two crochet balls and two final loads which are a miniature billiard ball replica and a billiard chalk. Comes in a draw string pouch. Look at the picture with all that you get.
Since the cup is around an inch and a three-quarters tall and tapers from one and a half inches to one inch, it is small enough to perform in the spectator’s palm or on the back of their hand.
Get one: HERE
I now have all the sizes of the Silver M Rings in stock. If you need a half-size let me know. It can easily be arranged. Several people asked about having the rings made in gold. Rich said that he can easily do that, but the price of gold is very high, and so will be the ring. If you want one let me know your size and I can get you an estimate to consider. Figure on $700+!
►Silver M Ring:
The Sterling Silver M Ring is worn by many magicians and mentalists. If you look through some magic books or even videos you will see many well-known magicians and mentalists wearing them.
The ring design which resembles the letter M when cut in half and flattened has also been used as a holdout device because of the pointy edges. You can easily stick a card, a coin, a poker chip, etc… and have the ring hold it in place.
Get one: HERE
►Multum In Parvo:
This is a classic routine where you show four empty glasses of different sizes. You pour some liquid into the smallest shot glass, filling it up. You then pour the liquid from the shot glass into a glass that is twice as large, and it magically fills up as well. You repeat this twice more into even larger glasses.
The routine can also be performed in reverse starting with the large glass and emptying it into the smaller ones.
Watch and buy: HERE
Stay happy, Meir
PS: I have two more Roth releases in process that could be out in the next 60 days. One has never been available before and the other will have a version that is likely new to magic. To read about my acquisition of the David Roth product line go: HERE