MyMagic eNewsletter #1,007
April 16, 2022
I recently ran out of the Walking Liberty Eraser Coins so in the process of making more I decided to add two more variants to the line. So, in addition to the Standard Kennedys, the 40% Silver Kennedys, 90% Silver Kennedys, and Walking Liberties, I just added English Pennies and Five Swiss Franc coins.
The eraser coin is the most devious and easiest of the many David Roth creations. It combines an optical illusion with a great premise. Many people consider it his greatest routine.
You show a coin and then using an eraser you begin rubbing the edge of the coin until it slowly starts disintegrating. You do the same to the other end of the coin until the round coin begins to look like a triangle. You then start erasing the face of the coin until it becomes blurry… except for the area that you were holding with your fingers. The unique looking coin you are left with is now examinable.
Watch and buy: HERE
In the last newsletter (HERE) I introduced you to Obie’s Kolossal Kolored Kards that are left from his estate and are made by Ton Onosaka. One of my friends sent me an original ad for the trick which stated the following:
“This effect has been purchased by and endorsed by the following people: Mike Skinner, Roger Klause, Tom Craven, Pete Biro, Bill Miesel, Toy Cottee, Phil Willmarth, Karl Norman, Phil Goldstein, Tom Gagnon, Paul Gertner, Bob Stencil, Frank Garcia and Dai Vernon. Why not add your name to this list? Order a Kolossal Kolored Kards today!”
►Kolossal Kolored Kards:
It is a quick packet trick using jumbo cards and a surprise ending.
The basic routine is of cards impossibly turning face up and face down and at the end all the cards are shown to have different colored backs.
Watch and buy: HERE
If you missed out on the Bicycle Rainbow Decks or the beautiful Card Presses. I just ordered more and they should be here on Tuesday.
Stay happy, Meir
PS: Some people have had trouble getting to my website this week. It seems that someone added my site to the database AVG, Avast, and others use for their antivirus warnings. So, if you get an anti-phishing warning, please submit a “false positive” report. The more of these they get the more likely I am to be removed, since the site is perfectly secure and safe, and their analysis will show that. Thanx.
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